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Uproar in LS over Sena MPs 'forcing' man to break fast
NEW DELHI: Parliament was rocked today over reports that Shiv Sena MPs allegedly forced a fasting Muslim worker to eat in the new Maharashtra Sadan, but government dismissed the allegations as "unsubstantiated".

School chairman held in Bangalore child rape case
BANGALORE: Chairman of the city school, where a six-year old girl was allegedly raped, evoking public outrage and triggering protests, has been arrested.

Plane carrying 16 coffins leaves Ukraine with remains of MH17 victims
Kharkiv: A Dutch air force transport plane carrying the first 16 coffins with the remains of victims of the downed Malaysian airliner took off on Wednesday from an airport in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv for the Netherlands.

Charges dropped against Sikh for carrying kirpan to airport
NEW YORK: A US court here has dismissed criminal charges against a Sikh man for carrying a kirpan to a city airport.

Gaza bloodbath continues; diplomats scramble for ceasefire 
Gaza/Jerusalem: Bloodbath in Gaza continued unabated today with Israel and Hamas refusing to back down in the conflict that has killed about 650 Palestinians and 31 Israelis, even as US Secretary of State John Kerry held hectic parleys in Jerusalem to broker a ceasefire.

Wadia threw burning cigarettes at my face: Zinta to police
MUMBAI: Bollywood actor Preity Zinta, who has accused industrialist Ness Wadia of molestation, said her former boyfriend had thrown burning cigarettes at her and locked her up in a room even before the May 30 incident at Wankhede Stadium.






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Centre wields Art 355 against Hooda
Separate gurdwara panel row: Home Ministry sends its ‘advice’, CM says unaware
New Delhi, July 22
Days after the Attorney General conveyed to the Centre the Haryana Governor should not have assented to the state Government's Bill creating a separate gurdwara panel, the Home Ministry on Tuesday sent a communication to the Hooda government under Article 355 of the Constitution to ensure that the government functions in accordance with the Constitution.
HSGPC supporters take out a peace march in Ambala HSGPC supporters take out a peace march in Ambala

Will lead ‘morcha’ against HSGPC if needed: Badal
Chandigarh, July 22
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said he was ready to lead any movement if the need arises to defeat the nefarious designs to divide and weaken the Sikh community.




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row over appointment of ‘tainted’ judge
Katju shoots posers to ex-CJI; furore in House
New Delhi, July 22
The controversy over the alleged political pressure behind the appointment of a tainted judge in Madras High Court turned murkier today as former Supreme Court Judge Markandey Katju raised further questions on the role of ex-Chief Justice of India RC Lahoti.

Govt okays 4 rail links along China frontier
New Delhi, July 22
India has decided to start work on militarily crucial strategic railway lines in the Himalayas to connect areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), dividing India and China, with the mainland India.

Central agencies going soft on cartels, says Punjab’s White Paper on drugs
Chandigarh, July 22
The Punjab government today came out with a White Paper on the drug scenario in the state and released a detailed report on the steps taken by Punjab to deal with the drug menace.

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Infiltration bids in J&K; Armyman, intruder killed
Jammu, July 22
Pakistan-backed terrorists struck 700 meters inside the Indian territory along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Pallanwala area of the Akhnoor sector today killing an Armyman in exchange of fire.

Delay in upgrading AN-32 grounded half of fleet: CAG
Chandigarh, July 22
The IAF’s tactical airlift capability was seriously compromised for several years, with more than half of the AN-32 fleet being grounded after 2009 because of delays in setting up upgradation facilities despite Rs 272 crore being spent on the project.
The IAF had acquired the AN-32 from the erstwhile Soviet Union between 1984 and 1991 and, depending upon the year of induction, its total technical life began expiring from 2009 The IAF had acquired the AN-32 from the erstwhile Soviet Union between 1984 and 1991 and, depending upon the year of induction, its total technical life began expiring from 2009.
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