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Tuesday, September 30, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 3:25 pm

India -US proclaim 'Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go'
WASHINGTON: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the White House for the private dinner hosted by President Barack Obama, India and the US on Tuesday issued a vision statement "Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go" that called for a joint endeavour for prosperity and peace.

India's terrorism not homegrown: Modi 
NEW YORK: Indian PM Narendra Modi said terrorism in India was not "homegrown" and expressed regret that many countries have never understood the real danger of terrorism.

Kem cho, Obama asks Modi
Modi, Obama write first joint editorial
Modi gifts Gandhi's Gita to Obama

ASIAN GAMES 
Indian hockey team in Asiad final
INCHEON: The Indian men's hockey team has entered the final beating South Korea 1-0 in the semifinal at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium.


Mary in final, Sarita robbed of win
INCHEON: Controversy hit the Asian Games boxing competition after India's L Sarita Devi (60kg) had to settle for a bronze medal despite dominating her semifinal bout even as M C Mary Kom (51kg) continued her winning run to enter the summit clash of the mega-event.

Indian boxing contingent files protest against Sarita's loss 

No immediate relief for Jaya, bail plea adjourned to Oct 6 
BANGALORE: AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa will have to remain in jail till October 6 with the Karnataka High Court adjourning her plea seeking bail and challenging her conviction in the disproportionate assets case. 


ISIS releases third video featuring British hostage John Cantlie 
LONDON: The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has released a third video featuring British journalist, John Cantlie, in a series of videos released by it with an aim to explain the ISIS philosophy to the world and to condemn the military build-up in the region.

Glaciers flowed through the Grand Canyon of Mars?
WASHINGTON: Scientists have identified what could be the first mineralogical evidence of past glaciers as they flowed through the Grand Canyon of Mars.

An apple a day keeps obesity-related disorders away 
WASHINGTON: Want a healthy life? Eat an apple daily as certain compounds present in a specific variety of the fruit may help prevent disorders associated with obesity.

PDP MLA Iftikhar Hussain Ansari passes away 
RSS raps BJP for breaking alliance: Sena
Dalai Lama: At 79, living with values and hope 

Kong protests turn festive after tear gas chaos 

J&K floods: Helpline numbers
Control rooms at Srinagar, Jammu and New Delhi to monitor and coordinate rescue and relief operations can be reached at Jammu & Kashmir House (011)-24611210 and 24611108;  Srinagar 0194-2452138;  Jammu 0191-2560401; and Home Ministry's control room in New Delhi at: (011) 23093054, 23092763, 23093564, 23092923, 23092885, 23093566, 23093563 

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Modi, Obama to reset Indo-US ties
Summit between two leaders in Washington today
  Trade, defence high on agenda
Raj Chengappa in New York
After a successful visit to New York, where he made a splash both on the global stage and then wowed local audiences, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is heading to Washington DC for a crucial summit with US President Barack Obama.
Nation page: Sky is the limit for bilateral ties, says Israeli PM
Clintons laud Modiís clean Ganga initiative
Modi markets brand India
Congress takes a dig at PM for goofing Bapuís name in US



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Modi woos biz honchos in US
Extends red carpet to investors; promises tax stability, friendly environment
New York, September 29
Making a strong pitch to attract investments into India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today assured top American corporate honchos of tax stability and friendlier business environment in the country. Modi, who is on his maiden visit to the United States as Prime Minister, held meetings with a galaxy of American corporate executives, including those from Boeing, PepsiCo, Google, KKR and General Electric.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with CEOs in New York on Monday Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with CEOs in New York on Monday. PTI

Daggers drawn in Cong as Bajwa left out of Preneetís swearing in
Chandigarh, September 29
The "oust Bajwa" campaign in the Punjab Congress gathered momentum today at the oath-taking ceremony of Patiala MLA Preneet Kaur. As a large number of party MLAs and Congress leaders were present at the function, state Congress chief Partap Singh Bajwa was not invited.

No alliance with INLD: Shah
Chandigarh, September 29
The BJP today launched its election campaign in Haryana with its president Amit Shah addressing rallies in three districts taking on the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and the Congress head on. Making it clear that the BJP will have no post-poll alliance with the INLD or any other regional party, Shah claimed the saffron party would form the next government in Haryana.



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PUNJAB: 171 employees attached to VIPs replaced over Ďinflatedí fuel bills

HARYANA: BJP rules out alliance with Chautalas

J&K: 4th bridge on Tawi temporarily thrown open to traffic

HIMACHAL: 
McLeodganj hill under landslide threat
UTTARAKHAND: 
Maintenance work spells power cut

CHANDIGARH: 
Robbers attack family, injure 9

LUDHIANA: Domestic help robs owner

DELHI: Bizman stabbed to death in Karol Bagh

NATION: Govt: Sale of imported fireworks illegal

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BUSINESS: 
Government cancels SEZs of Hindalco, Essar, Adani
SPORTS: Saketh serves double delight
WORLD: New Afghan Prez Ghani takes oath

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BJP president Amit Shah along with party workers at a public meeting in Tohana, Haryana, on Monday BJP president Amit Shah along with party workers at a public meeting in Tohana, Haryana, on Monday. PTI

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Khanna SSP suspended, 4 dismissed
Chandigarh, September 29
The Punjab Government today suspended Khanna SSP Harish Kumar Bansal and dismissed four others for their alleged involvement in the Jamalpur killings case. Two Dalit brothers - Harinder Singh and Jatinder Singh - were allegedly killed by a Khanna police party in Jamalpur on September 27.

Nod to 1-yr rural stint for medics at PG level
New Delhi, September 29
MBBS graduates pursuing postgraduate (PG) studies will soon have to compulsorily serve one year in villages before they get their PG degrees. In a move meant to address shortage of medical practitioners in rural areas, the BJP Government has asked the Medical Council of India (MCI) to change the existing three-year medical PG course to accommodate within its duration a year-long mandatory village posting for medics pursuing PG.

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