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Arrest warrants against 16 UP leaders for ‘inciting’ riots
Lucknow/ New Delhi, September 18
A Muzaffarnagar court on Wednesday issued non-bailable arrest warrants against a BSP MP, two MLAs each of the BJP and the BSP and 11 other political and community leaders for allegedly inciting communal violence that has claimed 47 lives.

BJP leader Uma Bharti protests with party MLAs against whom arrest warrants were issued, at the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow on Wednesday. — PTI
BJP leader Uma Bharti protests with party MLAs against whom arrest warrants were issued, at the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow on Wednesday

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PM to push for Security Council reforms at UN
New Delhi, September 18
Prime Minister Manmohan SinghPrime Minister Manmohan Singh will strongly pitch for UN reforms and appeal to the international community to jointly combat the menace of terrorism when he addresses the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 28.

Central Govt launches austerity drive; bans meetings in 5-star hotels
New Delhi, September 18
The Central Government today announced fresh austerity measures to cut expenditure, including banning government departments from holding meetings in 5-star hotels and barring officials from executive class air travel, in view of the tight fiscal situation.

Mahilpur Khalsa College principal refuses to give up charge
Chandigarh, September 18
A day after being placed under suspension, Mahilpur’s SGGS Khalsa College principal Dr SS Randhawa today locked out the administrative office on the premises, affecting studies at the state’s first rural college that caters to 3,000 students.


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HARYANA: Couple hacked to death, girl's father, uncle held

J&KTwo slain teenagers joined militant ranks recently

HIMACHAL: Lok Sabha poll on mind, Cong starts pruning block, district units

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LUDHIANA: Health staff go on 3-day strike

DELHI: Eight drown in Yamuna
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Ambala couple end lives after poisoning six-year-old son
Ambala, September 18
The Sabharwal familyA man and his wife poisoned their six-year-old son before committing suicide at their rented accommodation in the Kaziwara area of Ambala city on Wednesday morning. A suicide note signed by Rajeev Sabharwal (42) stated they were committing suicide because of financial problems and no one should be held responsible.

Amritsar-Kolkata corridor must cover 20 cities: IMG
New Delhi, September 18
The Inter Ministerial Group (IMG) set up by the Prime Minister for doing a feasibility study on the Amritsar-Delhi-Kolkata Industrial Corridor (AKDIC) has recommended that the project should cover 20 cities in the seven states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal with a budgetary support of Rs 5,700 crore spread over 15 years.

Local militancy on revival route in Kashmir
Jammu, September 18
Here hangs a tale. Two local militants, Aqib Rashid Sofi and Bilal Ahmad Bhat — who were killed in an encounter with security forces in Bandipore district in north Kashmir on Tuesday evening — are part of the emerging narrative in Kashmir that local youth are once again picking up guns and grenades.




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