Thursday, October 25, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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Advani backs Gadkari, but talks tough on graft
New Delhi, October 24
With Nitin Gadkari facing a fusillade of charges, including dubious sources of investments in his companies, veteran BJP leader LK Advani today came out in strong defence of the party chief.

Editorial: Muddied political waters

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With Fasih’s arrest, focus back on Indian youths abroad being hired to spread terror
New Delhi, October 24
After Saudi Arabia started cooperating in nabbing terror suspects, Indian agencies now have a better understanding of how Indian youths settled abroad are being used to wage a war against their own country.

Omar confident despite coalition hiccups with Cong in state
Srinagar, October 24
Despite an “avoidable misunderstanding” with coalition partner, the Congress, over reservations in elections to block development councils in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah looks forward to tackling all issues and completing his full term.

The Tribune Interview
‘Our coalition with cong remains fine’
— Omar Abdullah, Chief Minister, Jammu & Kashmir
Omar Abdullah, who will complete four years as the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir in January, has just weathered a coalition crisis and looks confident of maintaining the calm in the sensitive state. He took time off his busy schedule to speak to Editor-in-Chief
Raj Chengappa
at his Srinagar residence on a range of issues.

Jalandhar, Mewat in polio high-risk zone
New Delhi, October 24
Amid efforts to attain WHO’s polio-free certification, India has identified around four lakh settlements that are at high risk of polio virus transmission.



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Nishan’s fate hinges on Shruti’s word
May escape trial under stringent laws if victim stands by him, say experts
Chandigarh, October 24
The knot Nishan Singh tied with trouble by marrying a minor may not turn into a noose, if Shruti stands by her man. Their marriage may be "voidable", as Shruti is a minor; and their case may be covered under the Child Marriage Restraint Act and the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act.

Editorial: Knotted affairs

Kullu Dasehra kicks off amid gaiety,
political fervour
Kullu, October 24
Amidst the beats of dhol and the vibrant sound of ‘shehnai’ and cymbals played by the ‘bajantris’ — traditional musicians — the sacred ‘rath’ (chariot) of Lord Raghunath pulled by thousands of devotees rolled out with gaiety, kick-starting the weeklong international Kullu Dasehra festival at Dhalpur Maidan here today.


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