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No going back on FDI in retail, says Anand
Commerce minister says govt ready to face any challenge in Parliament
On Board PM's Special Plane, November 18
Minister for Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma on board a flight to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, for the ASEAN Summit. — PTI
Hitting out at the Opposition for their plans to “drag” decision on the FDI to Parliament, the government today said the “shrill discourse” and “sensationalism” over the last few years have caused enormous damage to India's image and hoped the enthusiasm of foreign investors would now be bolstered by recent firm moves.

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Police opts for second autopsy on Ponty’s body
2 FIRs lodged 15 questioned Brothers cremated
New Delhi, November 18
The police on Sunday focused its investigation into the killing of the Chadha brothers on reports that it was the younger sibling, Hardeep, who had first opened fire, and that he was killed in retaliatory firing.

The bodies of Ponty Chadha and Hardeep Chadha being taken to their house in Chhatarpur in New Delhi on Sunday. The bodies of Ponty Chadha and Hardeep Chadha being taken to their house in Chhatarpur in New Delhi on Sunday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui

Pak panel against MFN status to India
Seeks a detailed briefing on the matter from Commerce Ministry
Islamabad, November 18
A top Pakistani Parliamentary panel has expressed reservations about the government's move to grant the Most Favoured Nation status to India, with some of its members claiming that the measure would “destroy” the domestic agriculture sector.

6 held for threatening panches in Kashmir
Srinagar, November 18
Almost five months after posters of militant outfits appeared in north Kashmir’s Pattan and adjoining localities, the J&K police claims to have busted a six-member gang that allegedly issued threats to panchayat members and other persons of the locality.




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Fearing defeat, Sheila delaying DSGMC poll: Badal
Jalandhar/Chandigarh, November 18
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today hit back at his Delhi counterpart Sheila Dixit saying that she was deliberately delaying elections to the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara  Management Committee.

Be sensitive to poor litigants’ needs, CJI
tells judges

New Delhi, November 18
Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir today asked the judges to be sensitive to the needs of poor litigants in order to dispense timely justice to them.

Environment concern
Dengue, malaria cases spiral as frog count dips
New Delhi, November 18
Ever thought that dwindling count of frogs from water bodies can be a cause of manifold-increase in mosquito population and subsequent rise in vector-borne diseases?

Frogs are the major predators of mosquito larvae


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