Tuesday, December 3, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Crucial WTO meet today, govt set to defend food security plan
Anand Sharma rules out compromise on UPA government’s gamechanger
New Delhi, December 2
Citing national consensus and political unanimity on food security, India on Monday took a tough line on the issue and slammed farm lobbies of developed countries a day before the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial meeting in Bali. Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma, who is leading the Indian delegation for the Bali talks, said food security must be protected from all challenges at the WTO.
Union Minister for Commerce & Industry Anand Sharma with G-33 chairperson Gita Wirjawanat ahead of WTO meet in Bali. Union Minister for Commerce & Industry Anand Sharma with G-33 chairperson Gita Wirjawanat ahead of WTO meet in Bali. PTI

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Pakistan pitches for full-spectrum dialogue with India
New Delhi, December 2
The Pakistan army headquarters has issued a directive to its corps commanders and troops not to initiate anything that could be construed as a violation of the ceasefire with India along the Line of Control (LoC), outgoing Pakistan High Commissioner Salman Bashir said today.

Article 370: As Modi, Omar spar, J&K not clear on women’s status
Jammu, December 2
Has Article 370 of the Constitution guaranteeing special status for Jammu and Kashmir discriminatory to the state’s women as claimed by BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi? Or is Chief Minister Omar Abdullah correct in contradicting Modi?

J&K Page: What Article 370 signifies for Jammu & Kashmir

Indian-origin US fugitive lands in Punjab Police net
Patiala, December 2
The Punjab Police have arrested a fugitive wanted by the FBI and other authorities in the United States in a murder case of an Indian-origin man in 2008.

Punjab Page: Drug lord Kandola names two police officers


PUNJAB: Moga police crack down on sand mafia, 13 held

HARYANA: Cong ridicules Bishnoi’s claim on SYL canal

J&KResidents take to streets against power cuts

HIMACHAL: Nauni varsity faces derecognition

CHANDIGARH: Postmortem hints at rape

LUDHIANA: Rape bid: Parents seek action against principals

DELHI: Electoral office to install webcams to watch poll proceedings live
BUSINESS: Current account deficit plunges to $5.2 bn in Q2
OPINIONS: A missed opportunity

NATION: Poll din falls silent, over to voters now

SPORTS: India set to become ODI top scorers
WORLD: Thai PM rejects ultimatum to step down


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SHO killed, two cops hurt in J-K terror strike
Chadoora (Budgam), Dec 2
Militants killed a police officer and injured three others, including two policemen guarding him, in a busy market in central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Monday afternoon.

HUDA damper on cooperative housing plan
Chandigarh, December 2
The Hooda government has delivered a jolt to lakhs of people wanting to own a house in cooperative group housing societies (GHS) across Haryana. The hike effected by the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) in the land allotment rates to the GHS would make affordable housing virtually impossible for the common man.

Parties dither on setting up sexual harassment panels
Actor Shweta Menon had recently filed a plaint against Kerala MP.New Delhi, December 2
Actor Shweta Menon recently accused a Congress MP from Kerala of molesting her at a public function in Kollam, but later withdrew the complaint after a publicly apology from the politician.

Actor Shweta Menon had recently filed a plaint against Kerala MP.


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