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Thursday, July 24, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 6:15 pm

20 students killed as train hits bus in Telangana
HYDERABAD: At least 20 students were killed and 10 injured when a school bus carrying them collided with a train at a railway crossing in Medak district of Telangana on Thursday. The accident occurred at Masayipet in Veldurthi mandal of Medak district, about 70 km from here.

China plans railway to India, Nepal borders by 2020
BEIJING: China plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens, a state-run newspaper reported
on Thursday. 

Army foils infiltration bid at LoC
JAMMU: An infiltration bid by heavily armed militants along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir has been foiled, the police said on Thursday.

C'wealth Games declared open after colourful but touching ceremony
GLASGOW: The 2014 Commonwealth Games got off to a colourful start with some enthralling performances and a minute's silence for the victims of the Malaysian Airlines crash here on Wednesday.

Air Algerie plane with 116 people on board goes missing
ALGIERS: Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers and six crew on board.

Pak's 'daughter-in-law' Sania should not be Telangana brand ambassador: BJP
HYDERABAD: Telangana BJP leader K Laxman on Thursday flayed the TRS government's decision to appoint tennis star Sania Mirza as brand ambassador of the newly carved-out state, terming her as "daughter-in-law" of Pakistan.

I am an Indian, says Sania Mirza

Yatra to Kedarnath remains suspended
DEHRADUN: With the Rishikesh-Kedarnath National Highway blocked at Doliyadevi near Fata and intermittent rains continuing, district authorities today decided to keep the Kedarnath yatra suspended till July 26.

US lawmakers ask FIBA to review its policy on Sikh turbans 
WASHINGTON: Appalled by reports that Sikh players from India were asked to remove their turbans at an international basketball match, top US lawmakers have launched a campaign asking FIBA  to review the discriminatory policy.




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Row over Control of gurdwaras in haryana
It’s Panth vs Cong, says Badal
Chandigarh, July 23
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, who is preparing to launch an agitation against the formation of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC), today said it was a fight between the Panth and the Congress.



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Haryana names gurdwara panellists
Chandigarh, July 23
In spite of growing tension between the Centre and the Haryana Government over the constitution of a separate Sikh body to manage the affairs of Haryana gurdwaras, the state government today went ahead and nominated 41 persons as members of the ad hoc Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee.

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Commonwealth Games: Scots kick it off in style
Glasgow, July 23
Ace shooter Vijay Kumar holds the Tricolour as he leads the Indian contingent at Celtic Park during the opening ceremony of Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, on WednesdayScotland burst into an exuberant celebration of sport, music and nationalism as the 20th Commonwealth Games kicked off in Glasgow tonight.

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India, Pak Foreign Secys to meet on August 25
New Delhi, July 23
India today agreed to hold with Pakistan the foreign secretary-level talks in Islamabad on August 25 even as New Delhi unambiguously told the neighbouring country that meaningful bilateral cooperation could not take place amid "violence and the sound of bullets".

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HIMACHAL: More names to be added in HPCA case

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LUDHIANA: City bus service comes to grinding halt

DELHI: Govt gets NHRC notice on two super speciality hospitals

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Virbhadra invites Tatas, Reliance to invest in Himachal
Shimla, July 23
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Keen to attract big investment in the state in industry, power or tourism sector, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has written letters to industry bigwigs, including groups like Reliance and Tatas, inviting them to invest in the state which provides investor-friendly environment.

47 killed as plane crashes in Taiwan
Taipei, July 23
A TransAsia Airways plane crashed on its second attempt at landing during a thunderstorm on an island off Taiwan on Wednesday, killing 47 people and setting buildings on fire. The plane, a 70-seat ATR 72, crashed near the runway on the island of Penghu, west of the mainland, with 54 passengers and four crew on board, officials said. No one was killed or hurt in the buildings.

Sena MPs’ force-feeding act creates uproar in Parliament
New Delhi, July 23
Both Houses of Parliament saw frayed tempers, ugly scenes, protests and also an apology from a BJP MP today following reports that Shiv Sena MPs allegedly force-fed a fasting Muslim worker at Maharashtra Sadan.

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