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Gauhati HC questions CBI validity
Quashes Home Ministry’s 1963 resolution; says agency’s formation void
Guwahati, November 7
A Division Bench of the Gauhati High Court has set aside and quashed a Union Home Ministry resolution of April 1, 1963 through which the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was constituted, saying that the very process of setting up the CBI was invalid.

Sonia-Modi faceoff at Bastar Red citadel
Kondagaon/Kanker, November 7
BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress president Sonia Gandhi today virtually came face-to-face in the poll campaign in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region where they clashed over the Maoist attacks that had wiped out the entire state Congress leadership and over governance.

Editorial: Protecting Modi

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Narendra Modi and Sonia Gandhi at rallies in Chhattisgarh. Narendra Modi and Sonia Gandhi at rallies in Chhattisgarh.

Rahul contradicts Omar on panchayats
Srinagar, November 7
Soon after Chief Minister Omar Abdullah blamed a Panthers Party sarpanch for disrupting Rahul Gandhi’s speech in Jammu yesterday, the All-India Congress Committee (AICC) vice-president said there was “some truth” in what the sarpanch had stated.

Editorial: Panches cheated

Security men cordon off the area where two CRPF men were shot on Thursday.Two CRPF men shot in Pulwama
Srinagar/Anantnag, November 7
Two Central Reserve Police Force men were killed when suspected militants opened fire on a road opening team in the Awantipora area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, along the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, this evening.

Security men cordon off the area where two CRPF men were shot on Thursday.


PUNJAB: Open Fazilka border for trade: Sukhbir to Centre

HARYANA: Dalits, Jats spar over 50 acres as govt dithers

J&KRahul: Centre, state working to empower panchayats

HIMACHAL: Kinnaur, Lahaul-Spiti receive fresh snowfall

CHANDIGARH: Woman dies after delivery

LUDHIANA: Driving in the dark zone

DELHI: UPSC exam: Students clamour for restoration of ‘foreign’ languages
OPINIONS: Panches cheated

BUSINESS: Telecom M&As to get push after policy announcement

NATION: BJP, AAP make corruption, inflation poll issues

SPORTS: Rohit makes dream debut
WORLD: Britain’s spy chiefs give first-ever public testimony


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Academy recalls IAS trainees from Moga
Moga, November 7
Padamveer Singh, Director of the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, today summoned all IAS, IPS and IFS probationers to the academy with immediate effect. The trainee officers were on a weeklong rural training exercise in Moga district.

HC declines to stay CBI probe involving Tytler
New Delhi, November 7
The Delhi High Court today declined to grant a stay on the Central Bureau of Investigation probe involving Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

Without repairs, Sirhind’s heritage inn could be history
Decades ago, the Punjab Tourism Department ventured into setting up tourist complexes at scenic places. Among these sites were Pincassia on the bank of the Sutlej, Madhopur near Pathankot, Aam Khas Bagh and the Floating Restaurant in Sirhind. However, most of the tourist complexes are either in a bad shape or have been shut down. The Tribune takes a look these tourist sites.

Eye on polls: Haryana to fill 65,000 vacant posts
Chandigarh, November 7
The decks have been cleared for filling around 65,000 vacant posts in Haryana ahead of next year’s parliamentary and Assembly elections.

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