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J-K defies boycott call, smashes poll record
Clocks all-time high voter turnout of 70% on 15 seats
Srinagar, November 25
A security man stands guard as people queue up to cast their vote in Bandipora on TuesdayVoters across J&K competed with themselves in the first phase of polling for the 15 of the 87 Assembly seats on Tuesday beating all previous records of the voter turnout.
A security man stands guard as people queue up to cast their vote in Bandipora on Tuesday. PTI

J&K: Chill, separatist diktat fail to dampen voter zest
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62% turnout in Jharkhand
Ranchi/New Delhi, November 25
Women queue up to cast their vote at a polling booth during first phase of Assembly elections in Lohardaga district on TuesdayJharkhand voters today defied a poll boycott call by Maoists, turning up in large numbers to cast their ballot in the first phase of the Assembly elections.
Women queue up to cast their vote at a polling booth during first phase of Assembly elections in Lohardaga district on Tuesday. PTI

Oppn stalls Lok Sabha over black money
New Delhi, November 25
Protesting government’s failure to retrieve black money as promised, a united Opposition today drove the Lok Sabha to a historic low trying every possible trick in the book to disrupt proceedings.

NATION: Bill tabled to change CBI Chief’s selection process; Cong walks out

Haryana staff retirement age back at 58
Khattar Cabinet reverses Hooda govt’s decisions, removes HSSC Chairman
Chandigarh, November 25
Reversing the previous Hooda government’s decision, the Haryana Cabinet today reduced the retirement age of government employees from 60 to 58 years.






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DELHI: Huge rush for DDA draw

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NATION: Bill tabled to change CBI Chief’s selection process; Cong walks out

BUSINESS: Ready to be flexible in loan recast to spur growth: RBI
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PM inks a dozen pacts, gifts copter to Nepal Army
Kathmandu, November 25
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala during a meeting in Kathmandu on Tuesday
Pledging to take India’s relations with Nepal forward, PM Narendra Modi today said the bilateral ties were now powered by an “engine of trust”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala during a meeting in Kathmandu on Tuesday. PTI

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New Delhi, November 25
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Panjim, November 25
As the 45th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) reached midway, the visible enthusiasm might have waned somewhat, but the interest of cinephiles didn’t.

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