Monday, September 16, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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In poll mode, Modi calls for strong leadership at Centre
Says problem not at China & Pakistan borders, but in Delhi

Rewari, September 15
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi at a rally in Rewari on Sunday. Virtually sounding the poll bugle, Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today said the country needed a strong regime at Delhi to ensure national security and keep its neighbours in check.
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi at a rally in Rewari on Sunday. Tribune photo: MR Bhui

Editorial: BJP’s gamble

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N-capable Agni-V clears 2nd hurdle; closer to induction
New Delhi, September 15
Agni-V lifts off from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast on Sunday. India successfully test-fired its inter-continental surface-to-surface ballistic missile Agni-V from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast today. The missile has a strike range of over 5,000 km and the ability to deliver a nuclear warhead with precision. The successful testing brings India a step closer to matching China’s prowess in long-range missiles. Beijing’s nuclear missiles can reach targets up to 11,000 km away.
Agni-V lifts off from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast on Sunday.

Storm whips Punjab, Haryana
3 killed, 37 hurt in Chandigarh area Power outage in region
Chandigarh, September 15
At least three persons were killed and scores injured after high-velocity winds slammed parts of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh this evening. Power supply was severely affected in the region.


PUNJAB: Master plan to check waterlogging soon: CM

HARYANA: CM takes on INLD in its bastion

J&KValley remains shut on Day 2

HIMACHAL: Kinnaur apple fails to lift sluggish market

CHANDIGARH:3 dead, 37 hurt as squall leaves tricity in the dark

LUDHIANA: Storm wreaks havoc on city, periphery

DELHI: AISA in lead for three of four JNUSU posts
BUSINESS: Fed meet, RBI policy key for markets this week: Experts

NATION: Akhilesh heckled during Muzaffarnagar visit

SPORTS: Yuvi is back with a smashing ton
WORLD: Putin protecting Syrian regime, doesn’t share US values: Obama






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Bill on judges’ appointment sent to House panel
New Delhi, September 15
The proposed law to set up a Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) will ensure the selection of judges in a fair and transparent way without giving any room for allegations of favouritism and nepotism, top Law Ministry sources asserted today.

Slugfest over Badal pics on ambulances
New Delhi, Sept 15
The Centre and the the Akali Dal-led Punjab Government continue to slug it out on the issue of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s pictures on the ambulances that are partially funded by the Ministry of Health under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).

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Pak General, Colonel killed in Taliban blast
A roadside bomb attack on Sunday killed Pakistan's two senior military officers and a soldier in the country's troubled northwest, the military said. Major General Sanaullah Niazi and Lieutenant Colonel Touseef were visiting troop posts in the Upper Dir district of northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, along the Afghan border, when their vehicle hit a planted bomb killing them and a soldier.

Sidhu fires another salvo as Sukhbir deflects blame
Amritsar/Jalandhar, Sept 15
After seeking a probe into the “diversion” of funds from the Amritsar Improvement Trust to other local bodies, MP Navjot Singh Sidhu today fired another salvo at the government, stating that Amritsar was above everything else and it did not bother him that his utterances could affect his equation with the SAD.




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