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Monday, July 28, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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updated at 2:00 pm

Curfew relaxed for four hours in strife-hit 
Saharanpur

SAHARANPUR: With the situation improving in 
violence-hit Saharanpur, the district authorities on Monday relaxed curfew for four hours in the new city area to allow people to buy their daily needs.

Child rape case: Bangalore school reopens 
BANGALORE: The school where a six-year-old girl was allegedly raped reopened on Monday, 10 days after it was shut over the outrageous incident that led to severe public protests.

Heavy rain alert in Uttarakhand, five dead in landslide

DEHRADUN: Ten days after heavy rains pounded Uttarakhand, the Met Department on Monday warned of another round of incessant heavy rains in the state in 48-hours while five people were found dead due to landslide.

Kedarnath Yatra suspended till July 29

Indian among the pre-finalists to receive humanitarian award 

COMMONWEALTH GAMES
Debutant lifter Sivalingam strikes gold, Ravi fetches 
silver GLASGOW: Indian weightlifter Satish Sivalingam scripted history in just his debut Commonwealth Games, breaking the Games record en route to a gold medal, while 
compatriot Ravi Katulu took the silver in the men's 77-kg event here.

Poovamma, Sharadha, Karhana enter semifinals

Indian paddlers lose to England in men's team semis

Anaka reaches women's plate final in squash

UNSC calls for immediate, unconditional ceasefire in Gaza
UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council has called for an "immediate and unconditional humanitarian ceasefire" between Israel and Palestine, asking the parties to implement the truce beyond the Muslim holiday of Eid and 
allow delivery of urgently needed assistance in Gaza as the raging conflict has killed over 1,000 people.



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haryana gurdwaras
Takht restrains HSGMC from taking charge
* Says status quo will continue till matter is resolved
* Defiant Jhinda says Jathedar shouldn’t issue such directives
Amritsar, July 27
A day after playing a peacemaker by directing the two warring sides to call off their conclaves, Akal Takht today said the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) will continue to manage the affairs of Haryana gurdwaras till the row is resolved. In a way, Akal Takht has restrained the new Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee team from assuming office.



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Solanki takes over as Haryana Guv; mum on gurdwara row
Chandigarh, July 27
Veteran BJP leader Kaptan Singh Solanki was sworn in as the 16th Haryana Governor today. stice Ashutosh Mohunta, acting Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court, administered the oath of office to the leader at Raj Bhavan.

Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki along with his wife meets people after taking oath. CM BS Hooda is also seen

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HSGMC to continue functioning: Nalvi
Kurukshetra July 27
Reacting to Akal Takht’s fresh directions to restrain the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee from functioning, its chief Jagdish Singh Jhinda said: “The Akal Takht Jathedar should take decisions as per the law and not in someone’s favour.”

Saharanpur curfew on, 38 held
Saharanpur, July 27
The authorities did not allow curfew relaxation in the town on the second day today. Barring a stone-throwing incident, no violence was reported from anywhere in the town during the day.
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At Iftar, Sonia warms up to Sharad, Lalu
New Delhi, July 27
king her first public appearance at any social event after debacle in Lok Sabha elections, Congress president Sonia Gandhi today played host to a galaxy of political bigwigs, Muslim leaders and diplomats from Pakistan, West Asia and African countries at Iftar.

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Dehradun, July 27
The victory of the ruling Congress in Assembly byelections in three segments this week has consolidated the position of Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat.

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