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Haryana transfers 128 bureaucrats
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana government has ordered the transfer of 128 bureaucrats, a spokesman said on Saturday.

Arms cache recovered from militant hideout in Doda

JAMMU: Security forces have busted a militant hideout and recovered arms and ammunition in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Security officials pay homage to soldier killed in Kashmir gunbattle 
JALANDHAR: Paramilitary personnel paid homage to the fallen soldier killed in Kashmir gunbattle, after his last rites were performed at his hometown Punjab.

Eagerly looking forward to northeast visit, says PM 
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who begins his four-day visit to the northeast Saturday, said he is "eagerly looking forward to the trip and interacting with the people".

At least 120 killed, 270 injured in Nigeria mosque attack 
LONDON: Over 120 people were killed and 270 were hurt when two suicide bombers blew themselves up and gunmen opened fire on a Muslim gathering during Friday prayers in a  mosque in northern Nigeria's largest city Kano.


Pak-Indian artists celebrate common cultural similarities 


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No evidence about missing Indians in Iraq, says govt 
Not given up hope, will continue efforts to trace youths: Sushma

New Delhi, November 28
A cloud of suspense continues to hover over the fate of 39 Indians kidnapped by ISIS militants in Iraq over five months ago with the government today saying it didnít have direct evidence of either their death or survival.



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Holed-up militant killed, Jammu operation toll 12
Jammu, November 28
Amid Prime Minister Narendra Modiís visit, the Army killed a fourth Pakistani terrorist this afternoon and wrapped up the gun-battle that began yesterday near Kathar village in Arnia sub-sector along the Indo-Pak border in Jammu. Security forces recovered one more body of a civilian around 9.30 am from the encounter site, taking the death toll to 12. Overall, five civilians, three soldiers and four militants have died in the gun-battle.

HC wants details of Rampalís properties
Chandigarh, November 28
Sect head Rampal after being produced in the Punjab and Haryana High Court Less than 10 days after controversial sect head Rampal's Satlok Ashram was raided by the police in an attempt to flush him out of his liar, the Punjab and Haryana High Court today called for the details of his properties. A report has also been sought on the involvement, if any, of men from the "uniformed force" in the resistance put up by his supporters
Sect head Rampal after being produced in the Punjab and Haryana High Court. S Chandan

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PUNJAB: Despair, confusion for kin of abducted youths

HARYANA: Cops on the lookout for 23 Rampal aides

J&KPDP swears by Ďself-ruleí to resolve Kashmir issue

HIMACHAL: Dam safety cell comes up in state
UTTARAKHAND: DMís probe finds 886 sq mt of DMC land encroached upon

CHANDIGARH:  Shot in the arm for BJP

LUDHIANA: Killers turn out to be dacoits 

DELHI: Kids can't be restricted to nearby schools: HC

OPINIONS: An OPEC blessing

NATION: Govtís generic medicine push faces first hurdle from MPs

BUSINESS: GDP grows at 5.3% in Q2; slower than 5.7% in April-June quarter
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J-K politicians have looted state: PM
Udhampur/Poonch, Nov 28
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Jammu and Kashmir has seen no development in the past 30 years. He accused the National Conference (NC), the Congress and the Peoples Democratic party (PDP) of indulging in corruption, looting the state and emotionally blackmailing its people.

Three held for minorís rape in Uíkhand
Dehradun, November 28
The Uttarakhand Police today arrested three persons for allegedly raping and murdering a seven-year-old girl. The prime accused, Akhtar Ali, was arrested from Ludhiana and his two accomplices ó Prem Lal, and Mausikhi Masih ó were nabbed from Haldwani, Nainital.

449 armed forces suicides, 24 Naval accidents in four years: MoD
New Delhi, November 28
In what is an indicator for future course correction in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the armed forces, there have been 449 suicides in three services in the past four years and 24 major and minor naval accidents during the same period. During the past 42 months, Indian Air Force lost 32 planes to crashes, eight incidents of fires or explosions have been reported at various ordnance factories while the DRDO is short of a whopping 2,776 scientists.

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