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Saturday, October 25, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Khattar Cabinet to have party veterans
First-time MLAs, non-Jats, Dalits may get berths
Chandigarh, October 24
Manohar Lal KhattarThe Haryana Council of Ministers to be sworn-in at Panchkula along with Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on October 26 will a blend of party veterans and first-time MLAs.


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A day after, Oppn slams PM’s Rs 745-cr relief package for J-K
Srinagar, October 24
Prime Minister Narendra Modi being received by Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra (C) and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah (R) at SrinagarA day after PM Narendra Modi announced a relief package of Rs 745 crore for the flood-hit people of J&K, Opposition parties came out in sharp criticism of the move.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi being received by Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra (C) and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah (R) at Srinagar. Tribune photo: Amin War



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6 hurt as Nihang groups clash
Amritsar, October 24
Armed supporters of a Nihang group during a clash in Amritsar on FridaySix persons were injured in a clash between two Nihang groups soon after the culmination of Fateh Divas organised to mark Bandi Chhor Divas celebrations.
Armed supporters of a Nihang group during a clash in Amritsar on Friday. Photo: RK Soni

India won’t be ‘overawed’ by march for Kashmir
New Delhi, October 24
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh inspects the guard of honour at the Raising Day parade of ITBP in Noida on FridayIndia today scoffed at the proposed Million March being undertaken for Kashmir in London this Sunday.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh inspects the guard of honour at the Raising Day parade of ITBP in Noida on Friday. PTI

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HP clueless as monkey park proposal rejected
Solan, October 24
With the Ministry of Environment and Forests rejecting the state government’s proposal to develop 10 monkey parks in the state, the wildlife wing of the state Forest Department has been left with little option to control their invasion on crops which was causing an annual loss of Rs 150 crore in the state.

Sombre Diwali for kin of Punjabi youths abducted in Iraq
Chandigarh, October 24
A file photo of Punjabi men working for a construction firm in IraqThis year’s Diwali failed to lighten up the lives of the families of Punjabi youths who were abducted by terrorists in Iraq over four months ago.
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