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 Sixth accused in Delhi gang rape to be tried as juvenile ...more
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 Telangana protests continue in Andhra...more
Mumbai thrash Saurashtra to clinch Ranji title...more

LoC ice breaks: Trade, travel resume today
Poonch, January 27
Trans-Line of Control trade and travel between India and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) will resume from here tomorrow. Both services were suspended after the recent escalation in tension between the two countries along the LoC in Poonch district following brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops on January 8. "We have received information on hotline last evening from the other side that the trade and travel services will resume from Monday,� said Krishan Lal, custodian, cross-LoC trade and travel.

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Modi meets Rajnath, set for �bigger role� in BJP
New Delhi, January 27
Newly elected BJP president Rajnath Singh (L) with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting at his residence in New Delhi on Sunday. Newly elected BJP president Rajnath Singh remained closeted with Narendra Modi for over two hours on Sunday, renewing speculations of a bigger role for the Gujarat Chief Minister at the national level. The leaders refused to divulge much about the meeting but confirmed that the discussion revolved around the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Newly elected BJP president Rajnath Singh (L) with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting at his residence in New Delhi on Sunday. � PTI

India moves closer to nuclear triad
Successfully test-fires ballistic missile from underwater platform

New Delhi, January 27
India on Sunday moved a step closer to integrate a nuclear missile with INS Arihant - its nuclear-powered indigenous submarine, which is all set for final sea trials. Once done, it will complete the crucial third leg of India�s nuclear triad - the ability to fire nuclear weapons from land, air and sea.


PUNJAB: Show-cause notice to PTC

HARYANA: Probe fails to nail Maruti recruitment scamsters

J&KOmar-led govt pats itself for bringing peace

HIMACHAL: R-Day celebrated with patriotic fervour

CHANDIGARH: P�kula hospital gets temporary makeover

LUDHIANA: Woman dies of swine flu

DELHI: DSGMC voters decry games parties play
BUSINESS: Retail investors may recover over Rs 12k cr from relisting
OPINIONS: Spare Parliament

NATION: India still unsure of Pak promise

SPORTS: Djokovic �trick
WORLD: 61 dead, 120 wounded in Venezuela prison riot


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42% vote in DSGMC poll, counting on Jan 30
New Delhi, January 27
Elections to the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) were held on Sunday, with 42 per cent voters coming out to exercise their franchise across 46 wards. (More stories on Punjab page)

Cong buys time on Telangana
New Delhi, January 27
With deadline on announcing its stand on the demand for creation of a separate Telangana state approaching, the Congress today said the decision would take a �little more time.� On December 28, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde had convened a meeting of leaders of various parties in Andhra Pradesh and promised to take a decision within a month on the demand for a separate statehood. The deadline expires on Monday.
Telangana leaders cry betrayal

245 killed in Brazil nightclub fire
Santa Maria (Brazil), Jan 27
At least 245 persons died today when a fire tore through a nightclub packed with university students in the southern Brazilian city of Santa Maria, the police said. The death toll from the inferno stood initially at 70 but rapidly increased as firefighters searched the charred remains of the �Kiss� club, believed to have been packed with 300-400 revellers at the time of the blaze.

In trouble for caste remarks, Nandy leaves Jaipur Lit Fest 
Jaipur, January 27
On the 64th Republic Day, it was only befitting for delegates at the Jaipur Lit Fest to deliberate upon the ideas that constitute a republic. In the very first session, panelists Patrick French, Ashis Nandy, Tarun Tejpal and Richard Sorabji, all well known in their respective fields, were discussing the utopias and dystopias and the troubled path to modernity.


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