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Parrikar clears Rs 15,750 cr plan for 814 artillery guns
Defers Avro replacement, purchase of basic trainer aircraft
New Delhi, November 22
The Defence Ministry today revived its plan to procure additional artillery guns for the Army but deferred two critical purchases of the Indian Air Force — additional basic trainers for trainee pilots and replacement for the 50-year-old Avro transporters.
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In J-K, Modi avoids Art 370, attacks ‘dynastic’ politics
Kishtwar, November 22
Without touching upon Article 370 granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today sought a decisive mandate from the people promising to rid the state of “dynastic” politics to “usher a new era of peace and progress”.
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Don’t want to burden salaried class: FM
New Delhi, November 22
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said he does not favour burdening the salaried and middle class with more taxes but would go after the evaders by widening the net.

Police find bulletproof car, 82 mobikes from Rampal lair
Hisar, November 22
In their pursuit to nail sect head Rampal, the police today took a closer look at the FIR filed by one of their own men and impounded a bulletproof Tata Safari, a bus and a Gypsy, a tanker with 1,200 litres of kerosene, two tractors and 82 motorcycles from Satlok Ashram.


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CHANDIGARH: Another boy succumbs to injuries

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DELHI: Metro inducts first train wrapped with advertisements

OPINIONS: Down Under up and above on PM’s agenda

NATION: Govt, opposition draw battle lines ahead of winter session

SPORTS: Before war, the verbal duel
WORLD: Somalia’s Islamists kill 28 on bus in Kenya

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Mulayam b’day bash: Woman killed in stampede
Lucknow, November 22
A 52-year-old woman was killed in a stampede during a free blanket distribution event organised by local Samajwadi Party MP Dharmendra Yadav to mark party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav’s 75th birthday at Badaun today. Several people suffered injuries in the incident.

Himachal turns to Mumbai NGO to counter growing leopard scare
Shimla, November 22
The scare of a sudden, ferocious attack by a driven-out-of-home leopard on villagers in the interiors of Himachal has prompted the state government to seek help from outside. The wildlife wing of the state forest department says in the last decade, the average injury figure of the villagers is around 30.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi bagged a visit from Barack Obama, while his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif received a consolation prize of a phone call from the US President.
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