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In Jammu, Modi softens on J-K�s special status, calls for debate
Says Article 370 has not ensured equal rights for women in the state

Jammu, December 1
The BJP on Sunday appeared to have softened its stand on scrapping Article 370 that gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir, with its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi batting for at least a debate on whether or not it has benefited the masses. 
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi addresses a massive Lalkar Rally in Jammu on Sunday.
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi addresses a massive Lalkar Rally in Jammu on Sunday. Tribune photos: Anand Sharma

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Jaitley stamps BJP-HJC alliance in Haryana
Projects Kuldeep Bishnoi as Chief Minister candidate

HJC chief Kuldeep Bishnoi, BJP leader Arun Jaitley and Haryana BJP chief Ram Bilas Sharma in Hisar on Sunday.Hisar, December 1
Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley today put to rest speculation over the fate of the BJP-Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) coalition in Haryana and projected its party president Kuldeep Bishnoi as the chief ministerial candidate.

From left: HJC chief Kuldeep Bishnoi, BJP leader Arun Jaitley and Haryana BJP chief Ram Bilas Sharma in Hisar on Sunday.

Tejpal in six-day police custody; grilled for 5 hrs
Panjim, December 1
Tarun Tepal, Tehelka magazine�s former Editor-in-Chief, was today remanded in police custody for six days, a day after being arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman colleague. Judicial Magistrate Shama Joshi passed the order as the prosecution sought his police remand for 14 days.

Record 75% turnout in Rajasthan polls
Jaipur, December 1
Amid sporadic violence, nearly 75 per cent voters today exercised their franchise in Rajasthan Assembly elections to decide the fate of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his bete noire BJP's Vasundhra Raje among others.


PUNJAB: Govt mortgaged property worth Rs 2,000 cr in 8 months

HARYANA: Hisar rally turnout shows HJC a force to reckon with

J&KModi strikes emotional chord with Dogras, Gujjars in Jammu

HIMACHAL: Panel wants shorter gestation period for power projects

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LUDHIANA: Trader�s murder cracked

DELHI: Dikshit's six-point plan to ensure women's security
OPINIONS: An ex-judge in the dock

NATION: Voters seal fate of 2,050 candidates

SPORTS: Bhullar shines in Indonesia
WORLD: Five die in Thai anti-govt clashes


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Army to stick to two-stream promotion policy for officers
New Delhi, December 1
Former Army Chief General VK Singh�s proposal made in 2011 for merging two separate promotional avenues for officers of the rank of Major General and above has been formally dropped by the Army headquarters.

NIA to send judicial request to Pak for Hizb chief�s arrest
New Delhi, December 1
For the first time, the National Investigation Agency will send a judicial request to Pakistan soon for the arrest of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, a proclaimed offender and charge-sheeted by the agency for allegedly pumping money into Jammu and Kashmir for terror activities.

Sikh soccer coach puts together Kiwi team of Maori eves

Patiala, December 1
The New Zealand women kabaddi team participating in the World Cup for the first time is composed entirely of players of Maori descent. In most other countries, the Punjabi community has taken the lead in popularising kabaddi by engaging �local� (non-Indian) players. 


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