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Opposition CMs reject anti-terror body despite amendments
* Say itíll violate principle of federalism
* Some Cong-ruled states share concern
New Delhi, June 5
More than a year and two amendments later, the much-debated National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC) today faced the same Opposition from states as it did last year, raising questions within the security establishment on whether terrorism can be countered without a cohesive pan-India anti-terror body and a policy.

 Nation page: If no NCTC, nation will pay a price: PC
 Northern states voice internal security concerns
PM Manmohan Singh, Finance Minister P Chidambaram and Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde attend the Conference on Internal Security in New Delhi on Wednesday PM Manmohan Singh, Finance Minister P Chidambaram and Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde attend the Conference on Internal Security in New Delhi on Wednesday.
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ISI reviving militancy in Punjab: Shinde
New Delhi, June 5
Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Wednesday warned of attempts by Pakistanís ISI to revive militancy in Punjab and other parts of the country. This is the second time in nine months that the Centre has cautioned against revival of terrorism in Punjab.

Sharif sworn in, begins third stint as Pak Prime Minister
* Vows to take all forces along
* Calls for end to US drone strikes
PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday scripted history on being elected to an unprecedented third term as Pakistanís Prime Minister. President Asif Ali Zardari administered oath of office to Nawaz in a glittering ceremony at the Presidency.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari (left) administers oath to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the Presidential Palace in Islamabad on Wednesday Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari (left) administers oath to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the Presidential Palace in Islamabad on Wednesday.
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Bypoll boost for BJP, Cong draws a blank
New Delhi, June 5
The Congress today suffered a setback in the byelections to four Lok Sabha seats across the States of Bihar, Gujarat and West Bengal as it failed to win even a single seat. It also faced the ignominy of conceding all six (two Lok Sabha and four Assembly) seats to the BJP in Gujarat.
BJP president Rajnath Singh & Gujarat CM Narendra Modi celebrate the partyís success  Nation page: BJP sees byelection results as verdict in Modiís favour

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PUNJAB: Bid by YC activists to gherao CMís house foiled

HARYANA: Victory procession attacked in Karnal

J&KBJP backs arrested encounter specialist

HIMACHAL: Cong, BJP leaders out to woo voters

CHANDIGARH: City lad Arnav 2nd in NEET

LUDHIANA: Blind murder of NRI cracked

DELHI: Mother kills two kids, ends her life
Business: RBI set to issue final norms on foreign banks in few months
OPINIONS: Fleeced by builders

NATION: If no NCTC, nation will pay a price: PC

SPORTS: Is this man in Control?
WORLD: Syrian army announces capture of key town











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Antony in Australia; holds talks to bolster defence ties
Canberra/New Delhi, June 5
Defence Minister AK Antony, who is on a visit to Australia, met his Australian counterpart Stephen Smith over two days to discuss shared strategic and security interests, including maritime security and bilateral defence cooperation.

Poor show by Haryana Class X board students
* Only 50.79% students emerge successful
* Girls outshine boys again
Bhiwani, June 5
Almost half of the students who took the Class X examination of the Board of School Education, Haryana, (HBSE) have failed. The result was announced today. It would be available on the website of the board from 9 am tomorrow. In all, 50.79 per cent candidates have cleared the examination conducted by the board in March this year. Girls outshone boys in this examination, too.

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An Indian eye care institution is celebrating its one millionth free eye surgery with a special ceremony on Thursday at the Churchill Dining room in the House of Commons. NRI Punjabi MP Virendra Sharma, who represents the Ealing Southall constituency in UK Parliament, has agreed to preside over the occasion.





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