Monday, November 18, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Manmohan takes on Modi
Questions Gujarat model of development
Accuses CM, his party of twisting facts
Jabalpur (MP), November 17
PM Manmohan Singh with Union Minister Kamal Nath at a rally in Jabalpur on SundayPrime Minister Manmohan Singh today hit out at BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi saying there were several question marks over the Gujarat model of development.
PM Manmohan Singh with Union Minister Kamal Nath at a rally in Jabalpur on Sunday. PTI

PDP in touch with BJP, claims Omar
Pulwama, November 17
Omar Abdullah, j&k chief ministerJammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today claimed the PDP had a nexus with the BJP and its patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was in touch with BJP leaders, including Narendra Modi.
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Punjab Police identifies 32 NRI smugglers
They acted as Bhola’s couriers
Cops to seek Interpol help to arrest the suspects
Patiala, November 17
Days after the arrest of dismissed Punjab Police DSP Jagdish Singh Bhola in the multimillion drug smuggling racket, the Patiala police has identified over 30 non-resident Indians (NRIs), who acted as active and passive couriers for him. The police is planning to take the Interpol’s help to nab these suspects.

Punjab Land Grab: Justice Kuldip Singh Special Tribunal Report Part IX
Continuing with the series, The Tribune today reproduces operative portions of the report pertaining to villages Sanauli and Sultanpur
Sales based on illegal mutations, connivance of revenue officials
Chandigarh, November 17
Like in other Punjab villages around Chandigarh, sale of shares of public land on the basis of unauthorised and illegal girdawaries in connivance with the revenue officials has also been pointed out by the Special Tribunal headed by Justice Kuldip Singh in Sanauli and Sultanpur villages.

Gurgaon cops in spot over custodial death
Gurgaon, November 17
The Gurgaon police is in the dock after a man’s death in its custody. Sukhvir, who was arrested in a dacoity case yesterday along with his accomplice Rajesh, died today in the police custody in Sohna. While Sukhvir’s family alleged that he died after being tortured by the police, cops claimed that the deceased complained of uneasiness during interrogation.


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PUNJAB: Akali Dal can’t be blamed for misdeeds of a few, says Badal

HARYANA: AAI halts construction plans of vet varsity

J&KOver 2,000 units violate Jammu Master Plan

HIMACHAL: Pong Dam wildlife sanctuary lacks security staff

CHANDIGARH: Rly exam aspirants left in lurch

LUDHIANA: Three gangsters arrested

DELHI: Woman commits suicide, husband held
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NATION: Cong using verbal attacks to defame me, says Modi

SPORTS: ‘No regrets, it was right time to stop’
WORLD: 50 die as plane crashes in Russia


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Raman dares Cong to make Naxal massacre probe report public
Campaign Trail: Hints at internal conspiracy; holds public rallies in five districts of Chhattisgarh; sure of a hat-trick
Bilaspur/Mahasamund, November 17
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh today hinted at an internal conspiracy in the May 25 Naxal ambush.

Yameen sworn in as new Maldivian President
Male, November 17
Abdulla Yameen was today sworn in as the sixth President of the Maldives after a shock run-off victory over favourite Mohammed Nasheed, ending nearly two years of political turmoil that plagued the nascent democracy and raised international concerns over the country's future.

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CNR Rao calls politicians idiots
Prof CNR Rao, ace scientistBangalore, November 17
Venting out the dissatisfaction in the scientific community over “inadequate” funding, Bharat Ratna awardee and eminent scientist CNR Rao today had an angry outburst as he called politicians “idiots” for giving them “so little”.
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