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Tuesday, September 2, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Protesters storm Pak Sectt, PTV office
3 dead, 550 hurt as clashes continue
Khan, Qadri booked under anti-terrorist Act

Islamabad, September 1
In a dramatic escalation of the political crisis that has put Pakistan on edge, hundreds of protesters today stormed the Secretariat and the Pakistan Television (PTV) office. The Pakistan Army chief met Premier Nawaz Sharif triggering rumours that he was advised to step down.
Protesters demanding the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif clash with the police near Parliament in Islamabad on Monday. Reuters
Protesters demanding the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif clash with the police near Parliament in Islamabad on Monday. Reuters


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Japan pledges $ 35 bn aid for Indian projects; no N-deal yet
Tokyo, September 1
India and Japan today Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe at Akasaka State Guest House in Tokyo on Monday. AFPagreed to enhance their defence and strategic cooperation to a new level during talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Shinzo Abe, who also decided to speed up negotiations on civil nuclear deal that could not be concluded now.

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PM’s TEacher’s Day speech order for schools
Cong terms it self-promotion, but govt says it’s not binding
New Delhi, September 1
Political storm today erupted over PM Narendra Modi’s decision to address school students on Teacher’s Day with the government terming attendance at the event voluntary and the opposition Congress slamming the move as self-promotion by Modi.

Govt to SC: Ready to cancel more than 150 coal licences
New Delhi, September 1
The Centre today said it was ready to cancel more than 150 coal blocks allocated during 1993-2010 in the light of the August 25 Supreme Court judgment declaring the allotments as illegal.

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Virbhadra graft case: CBI files status report
New Delhi, September 1
The CBI today filed its final status report in the Delhi High Court on its probe into allegations of graft, money laundering and forgery cases against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, during his earlier tenure as CM and Union Minister. The next hearing in the case is on September 10.

After lying low for 3 years, Punjab 
Police get back at Daduwal

Chandigarh/Bathinda, September 1
The Punjab police had recently arrested Baljit Singh Daduwal, a preacher-turned-head of a sect near Bathinda, under those FIRs in which they had withdrawn the most serious charges. The police had also recommended cancellation of certain IPC Sections in the FIR to the courts concerned.

Punjab Govt to excavate, sell sand at pithead
Chandigarh, September 1
The Punjab Government has found a novel way to bring down the ever-increasing prices of sand and gravel. The government will now excavate sand and aggregate (mixture of sand and bajri) from riverbed quarries and sell these minor minerals at the pithead on its own.

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