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Cabinet clears ordinance to reallocate coal mines
Will enable govt to acquire and auction land to companies later
New Delhi, October 20
Nearly a month after the Supreme Court cancelled the allocation of 214 coal mines, the NDA government today decided to bring an ordinance to enable reallocation of coal blocks.


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BJP legislators meet today to elect Haryana CM 
New Delhi, October 20
The BJP, which appears to have zeroed in on a “non-Jat” Chief Minister for Haryana, is
expected to formally announce the name after a legislative party meeting in Chandigarh tomorrow. Amid the ongoing debate in the party on “Jat versus non-Jat CM”, majority of contenders for the top post—Manohar Lal Khattar, Captain Abhimanyu, Birender Singh, Rambilas Sharma, Anil Vij, Om Prakash Dhankar—today met BJP president Amit Shah at the party headquarters in Delhi.

Maha fix: BJP keeps all options on table
New Delhi, October 20
BJP president Amit Shah with Union Minister for Transport Nitin Gadkari in New Delhi on Monday. PTI The suspense on the government formation continues in Maharashtra where the BJP has emerged as the single largest party by bagging 122 seats but is short of clear majority in the 288-member House. 

BJP president Amit Shah with Union Minister for Transport Nitin Gadkari in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

Modi to address Oz Parliament
Melbourne, October 20
Narendra Modi will be the first Indian Prime Minister to address the gallery of Australian member of parliamentarians and leaders at a special joint sitting of Federal Parliament after he attends the G20 leaders’ Summit in Brisbane next month.

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UTTARAKHAND: Festive season: Traffic to be streamlined

CHANDIGARH: Mystery shrouds girl’s death

LUDHIANA: Suvidha Centre server tests visitors’ patience

DELHI: LG keeps mum on fresh assembly polls

OPINIONS: After victory, the challenge

BUSINESS: Fuel reforms, poll results cheer markets

NATION: ‘Modi wave’ turned out to be froth: Shiv Sena

SPORTS: Md. Sporting take time out
WORLD: HK awaits talks between students, city government

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India, China to set up military hotlines
Beijing, October 20
India and China have agreed to step up engagements between their militaries by setting up hotlines between the army headquarters and establish new border meeting posts to address incidents of incursions, Chinese Foreign Ministry said today.

India lagging behind in medical research, says Modi
New Delhi, October 20
Regretting that India is way behind in medical research, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked doctors to keep pace with the rapidly changing medical science to remain “relevant”. He said Indian doctors have made a name for themselves world over but the country was far behind in the field of research. “It is necessary for research that we stay more conscious to case history (of patients).(Details on Nation page)

India concerned over snooping by China along Kinnaur border
Shimla, October 20
The installation of surveillance equipment by China close to Shipkila along the India-China border in Kinnuar district has become a cause of major concern for the security and intelligence agencies. The issue is likely to be raised with China. The matter was discussed at length at the meeting of all security and intelligence agencies held here today.

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