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India, UK to deepen trade ties, boost investments
British PM meets Manmohan, allays concerns on student visas
New Delhi/Kolkata, November 14
British PM David Cameron shakes hands with Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on ThursdayIndia and the UK have made "extraordinary progress" on trade and investment over the last three years, said British Prime Minister David Cameron, in New Delhi while on his way to attend the CHOGM summit in Colombo, beginning tomorrow. He said the "positive momentum" in ties between the countries should continue.
British PM David Cameron shakes hands with Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on Thursday. — PTI

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Vintage Sachin shows his class, set for grand exit
Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot on Day 1 of the 2nd Test  against Windies in Mumbai on ThursdayMumbai, November 14
Thirty-three minutes past three this afternoon, the man at the centre of the cricket universe was summoned to the middle for probably the one last time. A stone's throw away, the Arabian Sea licking the shores of Mumbai became still; the dipping sun was arrested in its path; the air became dense with emotion; hearts throbbed, minds wavered.
Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot on Day 1 of the 2nd Test against Windies in Mumbai on Thursday. — PTI

Bhola’s cartel: 2 businessmen held with drugs worth Rs 3.25 cr
Patiala, November 14
Days after it smashed a drug racket involving Arjuna awardee Jagdish Singh, alias Bhola, the Punjab Police has seized drugs worth around Rs 3.25 crore from two businessmen in the state.

Twice abandoned, J-K girl finds a saviour in Army
Rajouri, November 14
The Army has came to the rescue of an 11-year-old girl whose childhood has been scarred by double tragedy and extreme poverty. The Army has adopted the girl and decided to provide her books and uniforms besides and small daily expenditure.

HPSC member goes after conviction, but minister refuses to quit
Chandigarh, November 14
The recently-appointed Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) member Dr Harinder Pal Singh -- convicted and sentenced to seven years imprisonment in an attempt-to-murder case by a Palwal court yesterday — sent his resignation to the Haryana Government here today.


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PUNJAB: State Cong’s crucial review meeting in Capital today

HARYANA: ‘Tainted’ MLAs’ tally goes up to 16

J&KHealth, medical education sectors to get fillip: Omar

HIMACHAL: New Water Policy aims at 24-hr supply

CHANDIGARH: Convict who jumped parole arrested

LUDHIANA: Man dies in mishap

DELHI: Vijender Gupta among five file nominations
OPINIONS: Crime and corruption

BUSINESS: October inflation rises to 8-month high of 7%

NATION: Sheila files nomination

SPORTS: Sach a day after a long while
WORLD: Bombers kill 43 in Iraq


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Punjab announces trade policy, leaves 1.5 lakh traders out of VAT net
Chandigarh, November 14
Punjab today announced its trade policy, which aims at creating an ease of doing business in the state, by reducing government interference to a bare minimum. With the policy’s main emphasis on taxation at the first stage itself, over 1.50 lakh registered Value Added Tax (VAT) dealers across Punjab will no longer be accountable to the taxation department for getting their sale records scrutinised.

Punjab land grab: Justice Kuldip Singh Special Tribunal Report Part-VI
Amarinder Singh & family figure in Majrian illegal deals
The Majrian village is located near ChandigarhChandigarh, November 14
Tempering of records and purchase of shares without earmarking of the area by some persons with the connivance of revenue officials are some of the irregularities pointed out by Justice Kuldip Singh Special Tribunal in Majrian village, near Chandigarh.

The Majrian village is located near Chandigarh




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