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Monday, September 22, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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ISRO successfully test-fires Mangalyaan engine
BANGALORE: In a crucial manoeuvre ahead of India’s Mars orbiter’s entry into the final destination on September 24, the main liquid engine on the spacecraft was on Monday successfully test-fired and its trajectory corrected.

NASA's MAVEN enters Mars orbit

ASIAN GAMES
Tomorrow will mark the end of my professional shooting life: Bindra
INCHEON: Decorated Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra on Monday created a flutter by saying that Tuesday would be his last day in professional shooting.

Indian women clinch 25m pistol bronze
Pallikal settles for bronze
India men's, women's teams knocked out

Railgate: Ex-Railway Minister Bansal appears as witness
NEW DELHI: Former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Monday appeared in a Delhi court to depose as a prosecution witness in the Rs 10-crore cash-for-post railway bribery case

Shah calls Uddhav, says BJP-Sena alliance should not break
NEW DELHI: BJP president Amit Shah on Monday called Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and urged him to reconsider his stand on seat sharing in the upcoming Maharashtra polls.

Amid seat-sharing tussle, Sena backs Modi for praising Muslims
Maharashtra polls: Cong-NCP deadlock over seat sharing continues

70 Army installations hit by floods; LoC posts relocated

SRINAGAR: Seventy Army installations, including camps, bunkers and posts, have been hit by the devastating floods in Kashmir Valley but security forces have swiftly relocated the damaged and washed out posts to plug the gaps in the sensitive border areas.

Prof Tejinder Virdee receives Professional of the Year award 
LONDON: A leading NRI academic Sir Tejinder Singh Virdee, known for originating the concept and construction of Compact Muon Solenold that lead to the discovery of Higgs Boson, has won the Professional of the Year award.

J&K floods: Helpline numbers
Control rooms at Srinagar, Jammu and New Delhi to monitor and coordinate rescue and relief operations can be reached at Jammu & Kashmir House (011)-24611210 and 24611108;  Srinagar 0194-2452138;  Jammu 0191-2560401; and Home Ministry's control room in New Delhi at: (011) 23093054, 23092763, 23093564, 23092923, 23092885, 23093566, 23093563 


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Punjab, Haryana face kharif deficit
West UP too affected as deficient monsoon retreats
Rabi forecast no better
New Delhi, September 21
Government estimates have suggested a drop in paddy output this kharif season The country’s grain bowl — Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh — may end up being the driest in the country this kharif season in the wake of an erratic monsoon season.

Government estimates have suggested a drop in paddy output this kharif season. A file photo



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BJP rejects Shiv Sena’s ‘final offer’
New Delhi, September 21
With an aggressive BJP categorically rejecting Shiv Sena’s final offer of 119 seats for upcoming Maharashtra Assembly elections, the relationship between the two allies today hit the nadir. BJP leaders said they were ready to settle for no less than 130 seats — five short of its earlier demand of 135 in the 288-member Assembly.
PM Narendra Modi, BJP president Amit Shah and Home Minister Rajnath Singh at a CEC meeting in New Delhi on Sunday.
PM Narendra Modi, BJP president Amit Shah and Home Minister Rajnath Singh at a CEC meeting in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI

Storm in Haryana BJP over ticket distribution
Chandigarh, September 21
Opening a Pandora’s box for the BJP leadership, the final list of 47 candidates has left the “ignored” cadre fuming over the allocation of a big chunk of tickets to turncoats from the Congress and the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), triggering protests in the state.

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PUNJAB: MLA–SDM spat gives Cong ammo to target govt

HARYANA:Curfew-like situation in Jhajjar over cow slaughter

J&K: Another intrusion bid in Poonch

HIMACHAL: HPU fee hike to deprive poor of education: Ex-VC
UTTARAKHAND: ‘Green UP’ forum to focus on ozone layer

CHANDIGARH: Day after, more body parts found

LUDHIANA: Case takes a new turn

DELHI: Govt retrieves 70-bigha land in south Delhi

OPINIONS:Lessons from Scotland

BUSINESS: Why do we need term insurance?

NATION: Acid test for major players

SPORTS: Dipika wins battle of squash supergirls
WORLD:Kurds issue new call to arms against Islamic State in Syria

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Ghani to be Afghan Prez in power-sharing deal
Kabul, September 21
Afghan presidential candidates Abdullah Abdullah (L) and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai in Kabul on Sunday Afghanistan's rival presidential candidates signed a deal on Sunday to share power after months of turmoil over a disputed election that destabilised the nation at a crucial time as most foreign troops prepare to leave.
Afghan presidential candidates Abdullah Abdullah (L) and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai in Kabul on Sunday. AFP

Ladakh face-off a test of nerves, pacts with China
New Delhi, September 21
With the Indian and Chinese armies locked in a face-off at Chumar and adjoining Demchok in Ladakh for the past 12 consecutive days, it is clear that the existing agreements to maintain peace along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) have failed to yield result so far.

J-K flood fury Victims living in the Jammu region allege government apathy
No help in sight, Dalit family fends for itself

Lalyal (Tawi Island), September 21
After having survived the wrath of floods, victims in the Jammu region have been forced to fend for themselves owing to official apathy.

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