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Saturday, September 20, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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200 heavily armed militants waiting across LoC to infiltrate: Army
SRINAGAR: Around 200 heavily armed militants were waiting across the Line of Control to infiltrate into the Indian side even as the security forces foiled several attempts by the ultras to sneak into the Kashmir Valley following the recent floods.

Four militants killed in Kupwara

I will take back entire Kashmir from India: Bilawal Bhutto
ISLAMABAD: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the 'Gen-Next' politician of Pakistan, has said that his Pakistan People's Party would get back entire Kashmir from India. Bilawal, in his 20s, was addressing party workers in Multan region.

Modi too shrewd to be derailed by nationalist symbolism: Zakaria
WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "far too shrewd" to be distracted by nationalist symbolism which would derail his growth agenda and embroil him in unwanted controversies, well-known Indian-American journalist Fareed Zakaria suggests.

India, China quietly struggle in Indian Ocean
NEW DELHI: At first glance, it looks like a diplomatic love-fest. There was Chinese President Xi Jinping, toasting the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a quiet dinner earlier this week in Gujarat.

Seat-sharing row
 No new proposal from Sena, says BJP
MUMBAI: The BJP today said it hasn't received any new proposal on seat sharing from the Shiv Sena for the October 15 Maharashtra Assembly elections.


Asian Games: Jitu Rai bags gold in 50m pistol event
INCHEON: Ace Indian shooter Jitu Rai clinched a historic gold in the 50m pistol event on the opening day of the 17th Asian Games at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range on Saturday.

Shweta Chaudhary wins bronze in women’s 10m air pistol
Women’s badminton team in quarterfinal
Handball team loses opening match
Time names Indian architect ‘young leader of tomorrow’

 

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Referendum result: 55% voters say ‘No’ to independence Cameron breathes easy
Pro-Union supporters celebrate after referendum results were announced in Edinburgh on Friday.
The Irish bookies have proved their worth in the Scottish referendum. On Thursday night they were predicting 1-100 that Scots would vote to stay in the UK and on Friday morning, the bookies proved to be correct when Scotland voted 55-45 to stay united.
Pro-Union supporters celebrate after referendum results were announced in Edinburgh on Friday. AFP

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‘Want a shelter, file an affidavit first’
Jammu, September 19
Jammu, September 19
“Want a tent for shelter, file an affidavit first.” This is babus’ diktat for the people of the rain-ravaged mountainous belts of Jammu region. The diktat is contrary to Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s directions to provide speedy relief to the people without any pre-condition.

Uttarakhand CM against new Kailash Mansarovar route
Dehradun, September 19
Harish Rawat Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat has accused Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre of hurting the interests of the hill state by inking a pact with China to open another Kailash Mansarovar pilgrimage route via Nathu La. Protests have erupted in the Kumoan region against the Centre’s decision.

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PUNJAB: Little help, farmers’ woes grow

HARYANA: Fatehabad farmers to boycott poll over waterlogging woes

J&K: Poor mobile, net services give harrowing time to subscribers

HIMACHAL: Students lathicharged, 220 rounded up
UTTARAKHAND: Ministerial workers raise anti-govt slogans

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NATION: Cong leaders meet Xi, call for peace on border

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Veteran SAD leader Talwandi dead
Ludhiana, September 19
Veteran Akali Dal leader Jathedar Jagdev Singh Talwandi, 85, died after a brief illness here today.
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The stalwart saw several ups and downs

India, China for early end to border row
New Delhi, September 19
Amid reports of withdrawal of troops in Ladakh, India and China today reiterated to “pro-actively” resolve all outstanding differences based on ‘Panchsheel’ and consolidate the Strategic and Cooperative Partnership for Peace and Prosperity between the two countries.

Army decides to stay put at Chumar till China backs off
Cong leaders meet Xi, call for peace on border

Poll panel puts price tag on Haryana candidates’ goodies
Jind, September19
Go frugal seems to be the mantra for most politicians in poll-bound Haryana these days. With the election authorities keeping a close watch on their expenses, the candidates — known for  lavish lifestyles — have decided to shun ‘luxuries’ while campaigning.

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