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Monday, November 24, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 9:00 pm

Polling for first phase in 15 constituencies tomorrow in J-K 
SRINAGAR: The stage is set for the first of the five-phased Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir as 12 sitting MLAs, including seven ministers, are among 123 candidates trying their luck in 15 constituencies that will go to polls tomorrow in all three regions of the state.

Infants' death: Gynaecologist suspended, SMO transferred
LUDHIANA: Taking serious note of the death of five newborn babies at a civil hosital here, Punjab government today suspended a gynaecologist and transferred a medical officer, as Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordered an inquiry and said those found negligent "would not be spared".


Cold wave further tightens its grip in J-K 
SRINAGAR: Srinagar, the summer capital of J-K, and Leh, in Ladakh region, experienced the coldest nights of the season so far as the cold wave further tightened its grip in the state.

EC  stops release of PDP poll manifesto 
JAMMU: In an overnight decision, the Election Commission has restrained the PDP from releasing its election manifesto Monday.

In J-K parties use radio to woo voters

India names 18-member squad for Champions Trophy hockey 
NEW DELHI: Striker Gurwinder Singh Chandi failed to make the cut as Hockey India announced a 18-member squad, led by Sadar Singh, for the eight-nation Hero Men's Champions Trophy to be held in Bhubaneswar from December 6-14.

Conflict of interest comes to haunt Srinivasan in SC
NEW DELHI: Putting a spanner in N Srinivasan's bid to get reinstated as BCCI chief, the Supreme Court today said it will look into 'conflict of interest' issue arising from his being head of the cricket board and owning an IPL team whose official is found to be involved in betting.

Historical fiction looks at 1984 anti-Sikh riots 
NEW DELHI: The wounds of the victims of one of the darkest periods of recent history haven't healed yet, and there is constant struggle to seek closure says an author-journalist whose latest novel has one of the many voices from the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
 
Cong leader Murli Deora passes away at 77
Parliament adjourned after condoling death of Murli Deora 
Cong not decided on insurance bill





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Winter Session of Parliament begins today
Oppn set to counter govt on raising FDI cap in insurance
* 37 Bills lined up for passage
* Land Acquisition Amendment Bill unlikely
New Delhi, November 23
Minutes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he hoped for a constructive Winter Session of Parliament starting tomorrow, several opposition parties prepared ground for confrontation vowing to oppose the Bill to raise the FDI cap in insurance from 26 to 49 per cent.
PM Narendra Modi with Cabinet ministers M Venkaiah Naidu (R), Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley (L) during an all-party meeting PM Narendra Modi with Cabinet ministers M Venkaiah Naidu (R), Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley (L) during an all-party meeting. PTI




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Vatican City/Thiruvananthapuram, November 23
From now on, Indian Catholics will have three native saints following the elevation of Father Kuriakose Elias Chavara, popularly known as Chavara Achen, and Sister Euphrasia, popularly known as Evuprasiamma, in a canonisation ceremony presided over by Pope Francis II in the Vatican on Sunday.
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Haryana Cabinet may reverse Hooda decisions
Chandigarh, November 23
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will preside over a crucial Cabinet meeting on November 25 in which several important decisions taken by the previous Hooda Government could be reviewed. Many decisions taken before the elections could be reversed as they have the "Hooda" tag attached to them.

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PUNJAB: Rural job scheme workers not paid for months

HARYANA: More arms, ammo seized in Barwala, police to raid Rampalís MP ashram

J&KNew govt to be saddled with battered economy

HIMACHAL: New district units in Kangra, Mandi take Cong MLAs unawares
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LUDHIANA: Axe falls on community centres

DELHI: Govt bans purchase of new vehicles for officials

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NATION: Labs confirm poisonous content in medicines

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SPORTS: India can handle Johnson, says Virat
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5 newborns die at Ludhiana hospital
* No specialists available, negligence alleged
* Health Minister marks inquiry
Ludhiana, November 23
Five newborns died at the mother and childcare unit of the Ludhiana Civil Hospital today due to alleged unavailability of gynaecology specialists and adequate infrastructure.
Vandana lost her newborn due to absence of expert doctors at Ludhiana Civil Hospitalís newly opened unit

Vandana lost her newborn due to absence of expert doctors at Ludhiana Civil Hospitalís newly opened unit. Tribune photo

Wild animals give Punjab farmers sleepless nights
Patiala, November 23
Just as Punjab farmers were beginning to recover from damage caused by unseasonal rains in September, marauding wild animals are giving them sleepless nights. Standing crops on many acres have been destroyed by animals in search for food.

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