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If you can't invoke
Article 356, scrap it
Visit Bihar, BJP asks President
CHENNAI, Sept 27 — The BJP president, Mr Kushabhau Thakre, said today that Article 356 of the Constitution was redundant if it could not be invoked against the Bihar Government under the present conditions.
Sharif amasses millions
Prime Minister Nawaz SharifFIA report unveils fake bank

Sept 27 — The Federal Investigative Agency of Pakistan has charged Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with allegedly amassing millions of pounds in offshore bank accounts and possessing undisclosed
property in London.
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Pak PM claims ‘major breakthrough’
ISLAMABAD, Sept 27 — Pakistani Premier Nawaz Sharif today claimed to have achieved a "major breakthrough" with India by ensuring "Kashmir issue" was included in the Indo-Pakistani dialogue resuming next month, saying New Delhi had agreed to it.
USA conducts N-tests: Protest by Greenpeace
WASHINGTON, Sept 27 — The USA has conducted non-explosive nuclear tests in the desert of Nevada, a Department of Energy spokesperson said.
Using mules to ferry arms
JAMMU, Sept 27 — The recovery of large quantities of arms and ammunition from Zarwali village in the Kandi belt of Rajouri, which yesterday witnessed a fierce encounter between insurgents and troops, has confirmed earlier reports that Pakistan had engaged mules for carrying weapons across the border.
How Punjab Government works
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government is adept at doing certain things with alacrity:It is fond of constituting committees. It gets conducted surveys on every conceivable subject; and later vacillates in decision-making on men and matters.


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HP loses 2.5 crore to mystery fires
SHIMLA, Sept 27 — Investigations into the mysterious drying up of over two thousand full grown trees in Kheer Ganga forest under Parbati division three years ago have led to the uncovering of a major scandal and revealed the modus operandi of how officials have been plundering the state's precious forest resources in the garb of "salvage markings".

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By Sandeep Joshi
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