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MPs, MLAs will be disqualified on date of conviction: SC...more
Three to four persons involved in Bodh Gaya blasts: Shinde
 Bodh Gaya blasts: Suspects released...more
 Flood situation worsens in UP; death toll rises to 116...more
 Tatas asked to make stand clear on Singur land issue...more
 Anti-Sikh riots case: HC notice to Sajjan, CBI...more
 Infiltration threat to security scenario in Valley: Army...more

Bodh Gaya blasts probe handed over to NIA
Four detained in Patna
Terror attack CCTV footage unclear
New Delhi/Gaya/Patna, July 9
The probe into the multiple blasts in Bodh Gaya was tonight handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) by the Centre following a request from Bihar government.

Buddhist monks take out a candlelight march at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya on Tuesday Buddhist monks take out a candlelight march at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya on Tuesday. — PTI

Rescuers in Kedarnath run out of supplies
Dehradun/Lucknow, July 9
A team of 74 members of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has run out of food and medicines in Uttarakhand’s Kedarnath after repeated attempts to airdrop supplies for them failed due to inclement weather, officials said today.

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Ladakh again, Chinese troops take away camera
Return it before Antony’s Beijing visit
Not an incursion: Govt
Jammu/New Delhi, July 9
The ground situation along the Indian-China border remains hazy, notwithstanding the recent announcements by the two countries to scale up their defence ties. Nearly three months after a bitter border standoff, Chinese troops reportedly entered the disputed section of the Line of Actual Control in the Chumar sector in Ladakh and took away a non-functional secret camera.

SC slams Centre, states over acid attacks
New Delhi, July 9
Slamming the Centre and the state governments for their inaction to check easy availability of acids in the market in order to prevent its misuse against women, the Supreme Court said it would ban its sale if the authorities continued to be indifferent to the problem.

Nation page: Evolve rehab plan for acid attack victims, HC tells Punjab, Haryana


PUNJAB: Sikh bodies oppose DU’s ‘anti-Punjabi’ move

HARYANA: Bhagana village panchayat pulls down ‘caste wall’

J&K5 militants killed as Army foils infiltration bid in Kupwara

HIMACHAL: Vigilance to prosecute Bindal

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DELHI: FYUP admission DU panel to look into complaints
Business: To boost manufacturing, PM’s panel for hiking steel output
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India, Nepal discuss extradition treaty, key bilateral issues
Kathmandu, July 9
Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid (L) with Nepalese Chairman of the Interim Council of Ministers, Khil Raj Regmi, in Kathmandu on TuesdayExternal Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today met Nepal’s top leadership here and discussed important bilateral issues, including the finalisation of an extradition treaty.
Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid (L) with Nepalese Chairman of the Interim Council of Ministers, Khil Raj Regmi, in Kathmandu on Tuesday. — AFP

Food security on mind, Sonia to meet Cong CMs
New Delhi, July 9
All set to hard sell the National Food Security Ordinance-2013 as the “mother of all schemes” ahead of the general election, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has convened a crucial meeting of all Congress chief ministers and top party leadership on July 13 to take the move to the people.

Michael NobbsHockey coach Nobbs sacked
New Delhi, July 9
Australian Michael Nobbs has been sacked as the chief coach of the Indian hockey team for non-performance, becoming the fourth foreign coach to be shown the door before completion of the full tenure.
                                                         Michael Nobbs

UN report unmasks gender-insensitive Haryana
Blames skewed sex ratio for rampant trafficking of women into state for forced marriages
Chandigarh, July 9
A report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) has blamed Haryana’s skewed sex ratio for large-scale trafficking of girls from other states for forced marriages and ‘bonded’ labour into the state.

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