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Ready to talk with all Valley groups: PC
Doesnít rule out hand of a political party in recent violence
New Delhi, July 30
Protesters hurl stones at the police in Srinagar on Friday.The Union Home Minister P Chidambaram today made it clear that the government was willing to talk to all groups in Jammu and Kashmir.

Protesters hurl stones at the police in Srinagar on Friday. ó PTI

J&K page: Three killed, 80 hurt in Kashmir clashes

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TRS sweeps Telangana bypoll
Bags 11 out of 12 seats, ally BJP gets one
TRS chief Chandrashekhar Rao being offered sweets by party MP Vijayashanthi in Hyderabad on Friday.Hyderabad, July 30
The voters of Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh have delivered an unambiguous verdict in favour of the statehood cause.

TRS chief Chandrashekhar Rao being offered sweets by party MP Vijayashanthi in Hyderabad on Friday. ó PTI

In 32 months, Punjab distilleries evaded Rs 321 crore stamp duty
Chandigarh, July 30
Punjabís distilleries are once again in the news. This time, for evading Rs 321 crore in stamp duty over the last 32 months.

Five CRPF men killed, 44 hurt in blast
Guwahati, July 30
Five personnel from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed and 44 others injured when militants from the banned United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) detonated a blast targeting a bus carrying CRPF men along the road at Bhalukdubi inside Salbari Reserve Forest in Goalpara district of western Assam this morning.
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CHANDIGARH: MC admits to dragging its feet on projects

LUDHIANA: Financier, three others get RI for life

DELHI: Gamesgate Sheila mum on CVC report

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NATION: Parliament deadlock continues

WORLD: ISI chief cancels UK visit

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Pakistanis dread India more than Taliban: Poll
Washington, July 30
Though terror groups continue to strike in their country, a majority of Pakistanis still consider India as a major threat, view US as an enemy and are far less concerned about Taliban and Al-Qaida.

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ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha has cancelled his UK visit ostensibly in protest against Prime Minister David Cameronís remarks about Pakistanís role in war against terrorism, private TV channel Geo News reported amid calls from politicians and the media that President Asif Ali Zardari should also drop plans for planned visit to the UK.
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Obama to address Indian Parliament
New Delhi, July 30
Barack ObamaUS President Barack Obama will address the Indian Parliament during his November visit, an honour that his predecessor George W Bush could not have. As per sources, President Obama would address MPs from both Houses at the Central Hall of Parliament on November 9. Due to this, the Winter Session might also have to be advanced.

Punjab terrorists reveal skills acquired in Pak
Chandigarh, July 30
Pakistan is now training terrorists to assemble bombs with material available easily in the market. This was revealed in the course of interrogation of terrorists arrested recently in Punjab.

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