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Wednesday, September 15, 2010, Chandigarh, India
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Hooda announces peace deal with protesting Jats
But Jind tense, over 300 protesters continue to block NH-71
Hisar, September 14
Curfew was lifted from Hisar district in Haryana this evening after Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, at a hurriedly convened press conference, announced on Tuesday evening that the Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti had agreed to suspend the agitation.

Arsonists on the rampage on a Hisar road on Tuesday. Buying peace
Haryana Board postpones exams
Editorial: Quota conundrum

Arsonists on the rampage on a Hisar road on Tuesday. A Tribune photograph

Under curfew, Valley sees clashes
15 hurt in fresh violence, CRPF battalion HQ attacked
Srinagar, September 14
At least 15 persons were injured in clashes between the police and stone-pelters, who defied curfew at several places in Kashmir today. Curfew has been extended across the Valley to contain the escalating violence that saw 17 deaths on Monday.





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PDP to attend meet
Editorial: Few options in Kashmir

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On all-party meet eve, no consensus on AFSPA
J&K CRISIS: BJP, Army oppose Actís withdrawal
n IAF chief also voices opposition
n JDU, Left parties favour withdrawal
New Delhi, September 14
On the eve of an all-party meeting to evolve a political consensus on the situation in trouble-torn Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre has been weighing various options to tackle the situation in the valley.

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No PM can solve all problems: Rahul
Kolkata, September 14
No Prime Minister can solve all the problems that the country is facing, remarked the young AICC(l) general secretary Rahul Gandhi.

Gill snubs Satpal during photo session with Sushil
New Delhi, September 14
In an apparent snub to Dronacharya awardee wrestling coach Satpal Singh, Sports Minister MS Gill asked him to step aside during a photo opportunity with World Championship gold medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar at his residence here today.

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Sports Minister MS Gill with Sushil Kumar and his coach Satpal Singh (R) in New Delhi on Tuesday. Sports Minister MS Gill with Sushil Kumar and his coach Satpal Singh (R) in New Delhi on Tuesday. ó PTI

Monsoon may withdraw by month-end
IMD chief says the probability of rains disrupting the 12-day Commonwealth Games was around 15 to 20 per cent
New Delhi, September 14
Monsoon rains are likely to start withdrawing from the northwest around September 28, the India Meteorological Department today said.

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Kurukshetra, September 14
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