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Thursday, April 24, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 1:30 pm

Sixth phase of LS poll underway
LUCKNOW: Polling for the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha election, in 117 constituencies in 11 states and one Union Territory, started on a brisk note on Thursday across the country.

Angry parents seek autopsies of S Korea ferry victims
SEOUL: Some parents of the mostly teenage victims of South Korea's ferry disaster are pushing for autopsies that might show their children were alive inside the submerged vessel and only died because the emergency response was so slow.

Will not take immediate decision on Lokpal, Centre tells SC
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that it will not take any immediate decision on the appointment of chairperson and members of the Lokpal..

Police raid Giriraj Singh's house
PATNA: Armed with a court order, a joint team of the Bihar and Jharkhand police raided the house of Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh on Thursday to arrest him for his alleged hate statements but could not find him.

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Crucial day as 117 seats in11 states, UT go to polls today
Phase 6: 2,076 candidates in fray * Sushma, Mulayam’s fate to be sealed
New Delhi, April 23
A total of 117 constituencies across 11 states and the union territory of Puducherry will go to votes tomorrow in which over 18 crore voters will cast their votes in what will be the sixth of the nine-phase elections. A total of 2,076 candidates are in the fray.



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Giriraj to surrender today; fresh EC notice to Azam
Patna/New Delhi, April 23
Facing arrest for his controversial statements, senior BJP leader Giriraj Singh today said that he would surrender before the court tomorrow, while the Election Commission issued a fresh notice to Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan for his reported objectionable remarks against the EC and circumventing a ban imposed on him from campaigning in Uttar Pradesh.

Women cops to probe rape cases in Haryana
Chandigarh, April 23
Used to being part of an all-male investigation team, Haryana Police sub-inspector Rajesh Kumari has independently handled investigations in five cases during the last three months. From merely “being there” to fulfil the mandatory requirement of having a police woman present during rape investigations, Rajesh Kumari is now a full-fledged Investigating Officer, like several police women across Haryana.

Hemkund Sahib yatra from May 25
Chandigarh, April 23
Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat in Chandigarh. Parvesh ChauhanWith reconstruction, rehabilitation of the victims of the 2013 cloudburst disaster and the Char Dham yatra taking centrestage in Uttarakhand politics, Chief Minister Harish Rawat today announced that pilgrimage to Kedarnath would resume on May 4 and to Badrinath on May 5. The pilgrimage to Hemkund Sahib will start from May 25.

Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat in Chandigarh. Parvesh Chauhan


PUNJAB: HC upholds state’s decision not to invite objections to land acquisition

HARYANA: Hisar students block road against arrest of teachers for molestation 

J&KDigging of roads for laying sewers inconveniences Jammu residents

HIMACHAL: Shanta blames govt for poor roads

CHANDIGARH: Finally, supervisor in police net

LUDHIANA: Purse of SGPC chief’s kin snatched

DELHI: Water, power supply: LG takes steps to prepare for summer

OPINIONS: Getting nasty

NATION: Encouraged by Modi’s remark on ties: Pak envoy

BUSINESS: Deepak Fertilisers raises stake in Mangalore Chemicals
SPORTS: ‘County cricket counts a lot’
WORLD: Ukraine crisis: US sends troops to Baltic states


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AAP’s Jassi found guilty  of dual votes
Bathinda, April 23
Jassi Jasraj, AAP candidateThe Mohali District Election Office has indicted Aam Aadmi Party candidate from the Bathinda seat and Punjabi singer Jasraj Singh Longia, also known as Jassi Jasraj, for having enrolled himself as voter at two places under different names. Jasraj faces a criminal case for dual votes.

Jassi Jasraj, AAP candidate

Wheat in Atta-Dal Scheme not edible: Punjab lab
Faridkot, April 23
A month after a farmer waved poor-quality rotis — made of wheat supplied by the Punjab Government under the Atta-Dal Scheme — in front of the Chief Minister during a rally in Faridkot, the State Food and Drug Laboratory has found the wheat and flour samples unfit for human consumption.

A farmer protests against poor-quality rotis in Faridkot. A file photo
A farmer protests against poor-quality rotis in Faridkot. A file photo


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