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Cong goes to EC against Modi as poll fever peaks
Wants BJP derecognised, Modi hits back at PM at MP rallies

New Delhi, November 18
The shrillness of parties’ campaigns on Monday in BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi addresses an election rally in Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh on Monday. PTI the run-up to the elections for the five states — Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi and  Mizoram — indicated a no-holds-barred thrust to the final push for power in  these states.

BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi addresses an election rally in Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh on Monday. PTI

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Himachal Govt steps back on HPCA land lease
Shimla, November 18
In what appeared to be a tactical retreat, the Himachal Cabinet A file photo of HPCA’s Dharamsala stadium. today withdrew the decision to cancel the land leased out to the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) and the takeover of its assets.

A file photo of HPCA’s Dharamsala stadium.

Relatives become personal assistants to Punjab MLAs
Bathinda, November 18
At least two women MLAs in Punjab have appointed their husbands as personal assistants (PAs) for a paltry salary of Rs 5,000 per month! 

Scandal right under the nose of state govt
Chandigarh, November 18
The Special Tribunal headed by Justice Kuldip Singh has held that Village Nada was a "classic example" of huge Gram Panchayat land measuring more than 200 acres having been "grabbed systematically with the connivance of the Gram Panchayat and the Revenue officials" in Village Nada, which was less than three kilometres from the Punjab Civil Secretariat in Chandigarh.

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Gen VK Singh apologises to Supreme Court
New Delhi, November 18
General VK SinghFormer Army Chief VK Singh today tendered an “unconditional apology” to the Supreme Court for making certain remarks on its order over age row, saying he had no intention to bring disrepute to the institution and judges, who are like “demigods”.


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PUNJAB: Actor Atlee Brar held for Rs 3.7 cr land fraud

HARYANA: Police concerned more about traffic than accident victims

J&KJhelum encroachers face FIRs

HIMACHAL: HPCA seeks withdrawal of Registrar’s notice

CHANDIGARH: Industrialist gets 12-yr RI for raping minor

LUDHIANA: Schools ‘exploiting’ parents

DELHI: BJP has six film stars to woo voters; Cong has one
OPINIONS: Bharat’s new Ratnas

NATION:Won’t contest poll if fund misuse proved: AAP chief

SPORTS: Draw spells more trouble for Anand
WORLD: 3 killed in fresh sectarian violence in Pakistan


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2 Sirsa men get death for minor’s rape, murder
Sirsa, November 18
A Sirsa court has sentenced two youths to death for rape and murder of a six-year-old girl, who was thrown into a sewerage tank by the accused after the crime at Dabwali town in January this year.

C’garh poll: Final phase of voting today
Raipur, November 18
As Chhattisgarh prepares to vote in the final phase for 72 assembly seats tomorrow, both the BJP and Congress heavyweights are conscious of the rebellion brewing on either side.

Starry nights in Kashmir as Bollywood casts its spell
Local boys excited about their role in Haider, Vishal Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Srinagar, November 18
Sameer (22), a Valley lad, is on a high these days. The young engineering student and an ardent Bollywood fan is rubbing shoulders with the likes of Shahid Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor and getting acting tips from none other than maverick filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who is camping in Kashmir for his latest project, Haider.


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