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Centre defers decision on wheat MSP
New Delhi, October 27
The Centre today deferred a decision to fix the minimum support price (MSP) for wheat as Finance Minister P. Chidambaram was not in town to attend the meeting.

10 lakh bank staff go on strike
New Delhi, October 27
Banking and financial market operations across the country were hit today with over 10 lakh bank employees representing public, private and foreign banks going on a daylong strike against governmentís bank reform measures.

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Barnala 20th dist of Punjab
Chandigarh, October 27
The Punjab Council of Ministers at its meeting held here under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, today approved the creation of Barnala as the 20th district in the state.

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Army men at a ceremony on the occasion of the 59th Infantry Day at Amar Jawan Jyoti in New Delhi on Friday Infantry Day celebrated
New Delhi, October 27
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4-laning of Amritsar to Wagah road okayed
New Delhi, October 27
With elections to the Punjab Assembly due early next year, the Union Cabinet today cleared the long-pending demand of four-laning of the Amritsar-Wagah section of National Highway 1 on built-operate-transfer (BOT) basis at an estimated cost of Rs 207 crore.

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2 Pak ultras nabbed after gun battle
Mysore, October 27
Two Pakistani militants were arrested here in the wee hours today after a gun-battle with Karnataka police which foiled a terror plot targetting Bangalore, the countryís IT hub, and an imposing building housing the state secretariat and legislature there.
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The Winter Session of Parliament begins on November 22 amid speculation that Chinese President Hu Jintao may address a joint session of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.

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Chandigarh, October 27
Housing colonies were carved out and palatial bungalows built in the past decade on lands that were originally meant for the common use of Karoran village and its adjoining areas in Mohali district.

CBI arrests Himachal Additional DGP
Chandigarh, October 27
The Central Bureau of Investigation today arrested Additional Director General of Police, Himachal Pradesh, Mr Bhupinder Singh Thind, who is allegedly involved in a case of cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy.

The climate is changing
New Delhi, October 27
Perhaps it is the first time that Indiaís meteorological department has openly acknowledged that climate change is indeed a reality in the country and that rising temperatures, floods in Barmer and Mumbai and drought in the northwest are some indicators of perceptible climate change in the country.

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