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Govt hopes to bring allies on board to end FDI standoff
New Delhi, November 25
The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance seeks to work a way out of the latest Government-Opposition stand-off over a discussion with vote in Parliament to permit Foreign Direct Investment in multi-brand retailing. Efficacy of Congress political managers will be put to test to save the winter session and allow passage of important legislative agenda.

Sirsa remains tense, curfew continues
Sirsa, November 25
Education institutes will remain closed till Nov 28Sirsa continued to be under curfew for the second day today. No untoward incident was reported from the city or its neighbourhood.

Education institutes will remain closed till Nov 28

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Anti-dera bodies serve ultimatum
Sirsa, November 25
Organisations opposed to the Dera Sacha Sauda have given an ultimatum to the authorities to arrest those responsible for the attack on them by November 30 or face consequences. A meeting of the organisations opposed to the dera was held at Gurdwara Chilla Sahib today.
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Pahalgam blaze destroys 46 houses 
A burnt house in Frislan village of Pahalgam. Apart from houses, granaries and cowsheds were also gutted on Sunday
A burnt house in Frislan village of Pahalgam. Apart from houses, granaries and cowsheds were also gutted on Sunday. Tribune photo: Mohd Amin War
Forty-six houses were gutted in a massive fire at Frislan village
The fire broke out in a house around 1.45 am and engulfed nearby houses and a few cowsheds
There was no report of any loss of human life
260 persons have been rendered homeless



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Joshi to head RAW, Ibrahim IB
New Delhi, November 25
Senior IPS officer Alok Joshi will be new chief of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and Syed Asif Ibrahim will be the next Director of Intelligence Bureau, the first Muslim to head it with four officers senior to him having been shifted out.

Return ticket must for Pak cricket fans
New Delhi, November 25
The government may issue a multi-city visa to Pakistani cricket lovers planning to witness the forthcoming cricket series beginning December 25 if they provide tickets of the matches and return ticket besides having an Indian sponsor. A committee formed within the Union Home Ministry has suggested that tickets to the venue and the return tickets would ensure regulating the visiting Pakistani cricket lovers, official sources said.


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