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Now, China’s copters violate Indian airspace in Ladakh
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India plans more permanent posts along LAC
New Delhi, April 24
Close on the heels of Chinese troops entering the Indian territory in northern Ladakh and refusing to budge from their current position, two Chinese military helicopters have violated Indian airspace at Chumar in southeastern Ladakh, adding to the prevailing tension between the two countries.

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Punjab panchayat, Zila Parishad poll set to be delayed
Chandigarh, April 24
Zila Parishad, Panchayat Samiti and village panchayat elections, which were to be held next month, are set to be postponed for some weeks.

Musharraf’s bail plea in Benazir case rejected
Pervez MusharrafA division bench of the Lahore High Court’s Rawalpindi registry on Wednesday dismissed the bail petition of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf in the 2007 assassination of former premier Benazir Bhutto, adding to the legal woes of the ex-army chief who is currently being held at his farmhouse.

FahadullahHow top LeT man Fahadullah landed in J&K Police net
Sopore, April 24
The J&K Police received a tip-off around 4 pm on April 17 that two militants, including a foreigner, were travelling on a bicycle from apple-rich Chattilora village to Bahrampora. The two places are situated around 2km apart.

Legend enters Club 40

Sachin Tendulkar celebrates the day with wife Anjali in Kolkata on Wednesday. See Sports page

Sachin Tendulkar celebrates the day with wife Anjali in Kolkata on Wednesday. PTI


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PUNJAB: Ludhiana ACP held for graft

HARYANA: Death toll reaches four as 11-year-old boy dies

J&KCabinet bans re-employment of officials in govt depts

HIMACHAL: Govt may revert to upfront money-based bidding

CHANDIGARH: Students thrashed by warden

LUDHIANA: MC Suvidha Centre services go online

DELHI: Three of family killed in accident
OPINIONS: Faster growth possible

NATION: JPC meet on 2G scam today, vote on draft report likely

BUSINESS: Jet sells 24% stake to Etihad Airways
SPORTS: Celebrations as Sach turns 40
WORLD: Under threat, Bilawal not to lead campaign


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More reforms coming in 2-4 months, says Chidambaram
Says fiscal deficit will be below 4.8% in FY14
Hopeful of passing of GST Bill
New Delhi, April 24
Finance Minister P Chidambaram said today the government would take more executive actions in the next two to four months to accelerate the reforms process. Ruling out the chances of early elections, Chidambaram said the government would last for 13 more months and would continue to take small but significant steps to ensure that the country achieves its potential growth rate of 8 per cent.

Shamshad Begum, the gramophone goddess, passes away in Mumbai
Chandigarh, April 24
Shamshad Begum’s songs may no longer be on the air, except in remixes, but her voice continues to live in a million memories. One of the pioneers of playback singing, Begum passed away after a protracted illness on Tuesday in Mumbai. She was 94.

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