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Pak made spectacle of talks by meeting Hurriyat: Modi
Says any meaningful dialogue requires a terror-free environment
Narendra ModiNew Delhi, August 29
For the first time after India called off official-level talks with Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said New Delhi was disappointed that Islamabad sought to make a "spectacle" of the efforts it made to take the relationship forward by holding talks with the Hurriyat.


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Punjabis among 24 Indians detained in Kuwait for murder
Santosh Rani of Jandu Singha village near Jalandhar shows the photograph of her son Amarjeet Singh stranded in Kuwait.
Jalandhar/ New Delhi, Aug 29
Twenty-four Indian workers, most of them from Punjab, were taken into custody by the Kuwait police for allegedly killing two Egyptians during a brawl on Thursday.

Santosh Rani of Jandu Singha village near Jalandhar shows the photograph of her son Amarjeet Singh stranded in Kuwait. — Sarabjit Singh

Aircel-maxis deal
Maran brothers named in CBI chargesheet
New Delhi, August 29
Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanidhi Maran and six others were today chargesheeted by the CBI in a special court in the Aircel-Maxis deal case arising out of the investigation in the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

US copters for Mountain Strike Corps
MoD scraps tender for purchase of light copters, likely to be made within country
New Delhi, August 29
The government has decided to purchase two separate types of US-produced specialised helicopters, one used in attack role and the other for lifting heavy load.

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Sindhu scales China wall
Sindhu plays a shot against Shixian Wang during the quarterfinals on Friday.Copenhagen, August 29
Indian teen sensation PV Sindhu assured herself of a second consecutive bronze medal at the World Championship but it was curtains for star shuttler Saina Nehwal after she suffered a straight-game loss in the women's singles quarterfinals.
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Sindhu plays a shot against Shixian Wang during the quarterfinals on Friday. AFP

Heroin seizures hit cement import via rail
Repeated incidents see shift from rail to road route at Wagah
Amritsar, August 29
After repeated seizures of heroin in rail cargo from Pakistan over the past couple of years, almost the entire cement import has now shifted to the road route through Attari-Wagah border. (Details on Punjab page)

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