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BJP-Sena alliance on the brink in M’rashtra
Seat sharing: Trouble for Cong as NCP wants 50:50 split
Mumbai, September 20
The BJP-Shiv Sena tie-up remains uncertain in spite of a recent meeting between Amit Shah and Uddhav ThackerayAhead of the Assembly polls in Maharashtra next month, the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party and BJP-Shiv Sena alliances have ‘reached a breaking point’ over sharing of seats.
The BJP-Shiv Sena tie-up remains uncertain in spite of a recent meeting between Amit Shah and Uddhav Thackeray

Haryana Votes 2014
Swaraj’s sister, ex-Cong, INLD men on BJP list
New Delhi, September 20
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s sister Vandana Sharma has been included in the list of 47 candidates released by the BJP for the Haryana Assembly elections. She has been fielded from the Safidon Assembly constituency.



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J-K flood fury
Tourism, apple earnings take a hit
Infra loss to put a huge burden on state govt, says industry
New Delhi, September 20
Tourism and apple production will be badly hit in Jammu and Kashmir in the aftermath of floods, suggest industry estimates. The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has estimated that the state will lose earnings of around Rs 3,000 crore from its tourism sector in the current financial year.

Face-off worsens in Ladakh as more troops arrive
New Delhi, September 20
The ongoing face-off between India and China at Chumar in south-eastern Ladakh has intensified with the addition of more gun-toting troops, which are now strung across 2 km on an east-to-west axis on either side of the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC).

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PUNJAB: Now, Centre threatens to stop grants under road scheme

HARYANA: ‘Maha alliance’ awaits Maya nod

J&K: Four militants killed near LoC in Kupwara district

HIMACHAL: Resource crunch fuels massive fee hike in HPU
UTTARAKHAND: State to prepare list of disaster-hit villages

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LUDHIANA: Son’s killer robs man of peace

DELHI: Redress grievances of public, secys told

OPINIONS: Towards ending the stalemate with US

NATION: Defamation law can’t muzzle media, says law panel survey

SPORTS: Jitu, the man with the golden gun
WORLD: Thousands of Syrian Kurds flee to Turkey as IS advances

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On incursions, MEA following process started by PM; awaiting results
New Delhi, September 20
India today said it was carefully following the process initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after raising the issue of incursions in Ladakh with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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Focus shifts to captive Indians as IS frees 46 Turkish hostages
An employee at Turkey’s consulate in Mosul is welcomed by her relatives at Esenboga airport in Ankara on SaturdayThe fate of Indian construction workers held by ISIS militants is back in international focus following today’s release of Turkish hostages.
An employee at Turkey’s consulate in Mosul is welcomed by her relatives at Esenboga airport in Ankara on Saturday. Reuters

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