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India, Pakistan fail to work out modalities
for talks

COLOMBO, July 30 (PTI, UNI) — India and Pakistan today failed to work out the modalities for resuming bilateral Foreign Secretary-level talks, grounded since last September, but decided to continue discussions tomorrow.The two foreign secretaries burnt the proverbial midnight oil yesterday.
Chandrika snubs Sharif
COLOMBO, July 30 — The warmth displayed by the two prime ministers during the bilateral meeting yesterday has not resulted in a discernible thawing of Indo-Pakistan relations.

SAARC leaders pose for a photograph at Bentota on Thursday. — PTI

Goa issue rocks Parliament
NEW DELHI, July 30 — Adjournments and bedlam marked the day in Parliament today as the Congress supported by other Opposition parties stalled proceedings in both Houses. over what they described as the "unconstitutional" the dismissal of the Pratapsing Rane government in Goa.

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Presidential reference: SC notices to Centre, A-Gs
NEW DELHI, July 30 — A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court today issued notices to the Centre and advocates-general of all states and union territories while beginning hearing on the presidential reference raising doubts over the procedure involving the consultation process on the appointment of judges to the apex court and high courts and their transfers.
Doda targeted again
SRINAGAR, July 30 — Militants attacked a camp of Bakerwals (nomads) killing three of them and wounding another in the hilly Doda district of Jammu region last night.
8 killed in plane crash
NEW DELHI: The government has ordered an inquiry into the crash Civil Aviation Minister Ananth Kumar told the Lok Sabha.


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CM interviews youth for jobs
PATHRI KALAN (Amritsar) July 30 — It was a rare occasion for the educated youth of this sleepy village and adjoining hamlets along the Indo-Pakistan border.
Where once militants ruled the roost, Punjab Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal himself interviewed the youth for various self-employed schemes today.


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