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Pak can�t win war against India: PM
Counters Sharif�s remark that Kashmir is a flashpoint between the two countries

New Delhi, December 4
Kashmir and its entrenched history of dispute today led to yet another war of words between New Delhi and Islamabad with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh saying there was no scope of Pakistan winning a war against India in his lifetime.

  Omar: Move to abrogate Art 370 will reopen accession issue

GoM okays Telangana with two Rayalaseema districts
New Delhi, December 4
The Union Cabinet will tomorrow discuss the report on Telangana and the draft Bill to create the new state as the GoM completed its work tonight and is believed to have recommended merger of two districts of Rayalseema with the proposed state.

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Asaram�s son Sai in police net, finally
New Delhi, December 4
Asaram�s son Narayan Sai (41), who had been on the run since October 6 after two Surat-based sisters complained to the Gujarat Police that he and his father sexually assaulted them, was apprehended from Kurukshetra in Haryana last night.

Punjab VAT refund scam: CBI to lodge preliminary enquiry
Chandigarh, December 4
The Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) would register a preliminary enquiry (PE) by the end of this week against several officials of the Punjab Excise and Taxation Department and the management of three private companies for their involvement in the Rs 500-crore VAT refund scam. Sources in the premier investigating agency told The Tribune that they have sought permission from their Delhi head office to register the enquiry.

School tank�s dirty water leaves 40 Sirsa kids ill
A policeman records a girl�s statement in a Sirsa hospital.Sirsa, December 4
Forty children were taken ill today after consuming contaminated water from a school tank in Modia Khera village in Sirsa.

A policeman records a girl�s statement in a Sirsa hospital.


PUNJAB: Health Dept suspends licences of 450 pharmacists in 2 months

HARYANA: Licence validity period for projects extended

J&KLow power generation leads to eight-hour cuts in Jammu

HIMACHAL: Aerial trolley project for apples hits roadblock

CHANDIGARH: Sucha Singh�s killers get life term

LUDHIANA: Proposal to extend MC limits to rock House

DELHI: Poll violence: Two cops injured in stone-pelting
BUSINESS: Big telcos to benefit from new M&A guidelines
OPINIONS: Another four-star General

NATION: Delhi witnesses record turnout in tight contest 

SPORTS: Young Indian bats face fiery ODI test
WORLD: China defends air defence zone as Biden arrives in Beijing


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Record 67% turnout in Delhi elections
New Delhi, December 4
A record 67 per cent Delhi electorate voted today in the fiercely fought Assembly elections billed as a litmus test for the ruling Congress ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. This is a first-ever triangular contest between the Congress, the BJP and debutant the Aam Aadmi Party
Voters line up at a polling station in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. PTI.
Voters line up at a polling station in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. PTI

Investment Potential-Part I IT Sector
Punjab positioning itself as the next big IT destination in the country
Chandigarh, December 4
This will perhaps be the giant leap for Punjab � from being an agrarian economy to a knowledge and IT industry-based economy.
The way in which the Punjab Government is aggressively wooing the IT sector and rolling out the red carpet for IT and knowledge-based industry, it seems, that in one sector at least, the state has been able to create a buzz and position itself as the next big IT destination.


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