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Uttarakhand: 20 bravehearts honoured; focus shifts on tracing missing persons...more
Locals struggle for food, shelter...more
Dialogue with Pak after new govt settles down: Khurshid
 China ready to 'break new ground' on border talks with India...more
 Proposal on CBI's autonomy not in conflict with legal provisions: Chidambaram...more
Article 370: Advani hits back at Omar...more

Cabinet go-ahead for CBI autonomy
Retired judges set to oversee investigations 
New Delhi, June 27
Hit hard by the “caged parrot” rap of the Supreme Court, the Union Cabinet today gave its approval for enhancing the powers of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

Govt's proposals
Paddy MSP up by Rs 60
Coal Regulatory Authority okayed

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Himalayan TSUNAMI
2,500 still stranded as rescue ops near end
* 450 airlifted from Badrinath * 900 trek to Gobind Ghat * Harshil clear

Gobind Ghat/Dehradun, June 27
Armymen rescue a person near Pindari Glacier on Thursday. — AFPAs one of the biggest rescue operations draws to a close in Uttarakhand, the agencies today evacuated 1,711 pilgrims and local residents across the state.

Armymen rescue a person near Pindari Glacier on Thursday. — AFP

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Amarnath Yatra
First batch of pilgrims flagged off from Jammu 
Jammu, June 27
Undeterred by threats of possible terror attacks and natural calamity that ravaged Uttrakhand, the first batch of 3,157 Amarnath pilgrims today left for the Kashmir Valley from Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas, the base camp of Amarnath Yatra in Jammu, amid tight security arrangements.

SC dismisses PIL on US snooping
New Delhi, June 27
The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain a PIL seeking direction to the government to initiate action against internet companies involved in sharing internet data from India with US National Security Agency. 


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PUNJAB: Govt may extend incentives to projects approved earlier

HARYANA: 4 children die in wall collapse

J&K12,717 pilgrims to head for Amarnath shrine today

HIMACHAL: 53.6 pc vote in Kinnaur 

CHANDIGARH: ATM card cloning cases cracked, 2 held

LUDHIANA: Health Dept spares big eateries

DELHI: DSGMC seeks relaxation for Sikh students in its colleges
Business: Current account deficit peaks at 4.8% in FY’13
OPINIONS: Rupee turns 60 plus

NATION: No outbreak of disease: Govt

SPORTS: Normalcy returns to Wimbledon
WORLD: Ecuador issued a ‘safe pass’ for Snowden


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Mandela’s condition improves, but still on life-support system 
Johannesburg, June 27
Pictures of Nelson Mandela at a mass prayer meeting in Cape Town on Thursday. — AFPNelson Mandela’s condition has improved though he remained critical as South African President Jacob Zuma today cancelled his trip to Mozambique to see the anti-apartheid icon.

Pictures of Nelson Mandela at a mass prayer meeting in Cape Town on Thursday. — AFP

Sharif to visit China, his first trip after taking over as PM
Islamabad, June 27
On his first foreign visit since assuming office, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will go to China next week where he is likely to seek Beijing's assistance to overcome the country's energy crisis.
This would be the first foreign trip of the Prime Minister since the new government has taken over earlier this month, Pakistan Foreign Ministry Spokesman Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry said at his weekly briefing here today.

Power, CNG, urea rates set to rise
New Delhi, June 27
The government today approved near doubling of natural gas prices to $8.4 from April 1, 2014, a move that is bound to effect hike in power tariff, urea cost and CNG prices.
This will be the first revision in gas prices in 3 years. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh approved Oil Ministry’s proposal to price the domestically produced natural gas as per a complex formula suggested by a panel headed by Prime Minister’s economic adviser C Rangarajan.


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