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Wednesday, July 30, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Jolt to Hooda as Minister quits
Six-time Cong MLA from Rewari, Ajay Yadav blasts CM, alleges development, job bias
Chandigarh, July 29
In signs of a revolt against Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda ahead of the Assembly elections, Haryana Power Minister Ajay Yadav resigned on Tuesday, accusing the CM of favouring his home district and neglecting other areas of the state.

Challenge for Cong ahead of Haryana polls
Chandigarh, July 29
The resignation of Captain Ajay Yadav has again brought the bickering in the Haryana Congress out in the open.

Modi falls back on pet mantras to boost agriculture output
New Delhi, July 29
Outlining his vision for agriculture in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for “lab (laboratory) to land” — extending technological and scientific expertise — to farmers.



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Shimla, July 29
Vigilance inquiries were not new and often happened with a regime change, said a group of Himachal bureaucrats on Tuesday. The state IAS officers’ association — which had on Monday decided to approach the government against “babus being targeted by the vigilance bureau” — now seems to be divided.

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On Eid, Saharanpur cloaked in curfew
In strife-torn city, Muslims find little joy, head back home after prayers at mosques, kids call it dullest ever
Saharanpur, July 29
The month of Ramadan ended without the usual flavour of celebration and festivities surrounding Eid today in the curfew-clamped Saharanpur.

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B’lore rape: Two gym instructors arrested
Bangalore, July 29
In a dramatic turnaround, the Bangalore police last night made two fresh arrests in the rape case while giving a clean chit to Mustafa, skating instructor in the school, who was arrested earlier for his alleged involvement in the crime.

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Faridkot, July 29
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