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Coal scam report shared with Law Minister: CBI director...more
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Army briefs govt on China options
BORDER CRISIS: Strategic policy body prefers diplomatic resolution, wants Army to keep up pressure
New Delhi, April 25
As Indian and Chinese troops continued to hold respective ground positions in northern Ladakh, India’s top strategic policy body, the China Study Group, received a list of options from the Army to tackle the current crisis.

Editorial page: Understanding the standoff in Ladakh

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Delhi, Beijing for quick resolution of standoff
New Delhi, April 25
India and China today appeared eager to amicably resolve the situation arising from the Chinese incursion in Ladakh ahead of External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid visits Beijing on May 9.

If you look at other coalitions, NC and Cong are better off: Omar
Just before the government wound down in Jammu and began shifting to Srinagar, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah spoke exclusively to Editor-in-Chief Raj Chengappa and Resident Editor Arun Joshi on a range of key issues.
(See also J&K page)

Prisoners returning from court kill cop near Bathinda, flee
Gehri Bara Singh Wala (Bathinda), April 25
Three persons accused of committing theft and robbery shot down a policeman, injured another and made good their escape, taking security personnel’s SLR along. They were handcuffed when they committed the crime.

Special task force to probe chit fund companies
ED books Saradha group for money laundering
Investors and agents of chit fund companies demand refund of their money at Hazra in Kolkata on ThursdayNew Delhi, April 25
The Corporate Affairs Ministry today ordered a probe into the working of various chit fund companies.

Investors and agents of chit fund companies demand refund of their money at Hazra in Kolkata on Thursday. — PTI

Editorial page: The Saradha fraud
Nation page: 14-day police remand for Saradha chief, aides

Snow cleared, Rohtang Pass to open soon
Kullu/Keylong, April 25
The Border Roads Organisation (BRO), which maintains the strategic 473-km Manali-Leh national highway, today cleared the 13,050-foot-high Rohtang Pass of snow.


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PUNJAB: Coal shortage sparks conflict over share in Pachwara mine

HARYANA: March taken out to back Pabnawa Dalits

J&KIf you look at other coalitions, NC and Cong are better off: Omar

HIMACHAL: HIPA in action mode over safety of women

sensitive zone gets Admn’s nod

LUDHIANA: Auction of multi-storeyed parking in city put off

DELHI: Retired lawyer’s son killed by robbers
OPINIONS: The Saradha fraud

NATION: 2G: Opposition wants ‘partisan’ Chacko to go

BUSINESS: Sensex jumps to 6-week high on rate cut hopes
SPORTS: Saina shot down by Jap
WORLD: Imran Khan targets PPP, PML-N; Shahbaz hits back




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Cong tries to placate sulking Krishna
Mangalore, April 25
Senior Congress leader and Defence Minister A K Antony, Congress leaders Ambika Soni and Madhusudan Mistry, the latter an AICC general secretary who looks after party affairs in Karnataka, yesterday visited former External Affairs Minister SM Krishna in his Bangalore residence in what is believed to be an attempt by the Central leaders to placate the sulking Karnataka leader.

Wealth tax on farmers: SAD calls emergency House session
To meet Prime Minister, hold dharnas to seek ‘justice’
Chandigarh, April 25
The SAD seems to have finally got a kisan issue to take on the Centre. Its core committee today deciding to launch a movement against the proposed wealth tax on farmers.

Punjab farmers won’t need arhtiyas to sell produce
Can approach purchasers, receive payments directly as govt prunes their role
Chandigarh, April 25
Arhtiyas or commission agents in Punjab will not be able to reap the healthy benefits of a good harvest. Pruning the role played by arhtiyas in procurement, the Punjab Government has decided to provide farmers an option of directly receiving payments for their produce after holding negotiations with the purchasers.



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