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Kejriwal stakes claim to form govt in Delhi...more
No unconditional support to AAP: Dikshit...more
Justice Ganguly complains to CJI, says not addressed correctly by SC...more
Devyani gets exemption from personal appearance in US court...more
New Indian envoy to arrive in Washington amid row over diplomat's arrest...more
Beni rules out Congress-BSP alliance...more
Tejpal’s judicial custody extended by 12 days...more

Kashmir receives fresh snowfall...more

 AAP all set to form govt in Delhi with Cong support
Kejriwal to meet Lt Governor today to communicate decision
New Delhi, December 22
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is all set to stake the claim for a minority state government in Delhi with the support of eight Congress legislators.

Accreditation to Devyani: UN says it will go by rules
New Delhi, December 22
The United Nations is believed to have told India that it would go strictly by “standard procedures” in reviewing Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade’s application for transfer.

India hopeful of early resolution

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Vote for India, not any party, says Modi
Mumbai, December 22
BJP's PM nominee Narendra Modi with party chief Rajnath Singh and other leaders Nitin Gadkari and Gopinath Munde in MumbaiIn a strategic move ahead of the 2014 General Elections, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today presented before the country new catchphrases.
BJP's PM nominee Narendra Modi with party chief Rajnath Singh and other leaders Nitin Gadkari and Gopinath Munde in Mumbai. PTI

Wait for Gurgaon martyr’s body goes on, kin block NH
Gurgaon, December 22
After waiting for three days for the body of martyr Subedar Kanwar Pal Singh, the villagers of Bhondsi came on the roads today and blocked the Alwar-Gurgaon highway. They were protesting against the alleged apathy of the local administration and the government. A Junior Commissioned Officer in the Indian Army, Kanwar Pal Singh was killed in the militia attack in South Sudan on Thursday. The family members and villagers, who are beaming with pride over the martyr, are angry over the fact that no official or minister has sent in condolences.


PUNJAB: E-trip server fails again, hits movement of goods

HARYANA: Jat body seeks reservation notification by Jan-end

J&KPanel directs administration to make traffic lights functiona

HIMACHAL: Shimla receives season's first snowfall

CHANDIGARH: Trains delayed, flights grounded

LUDHIANA: Power, water supply hit

DELHI: Talwars' kin protest CBI court's verdict
OPINIONS: Burial or action?

NATION: Return home, Rahul tells UP riot victims

SPORTS: After twists, turns and thrills, it’s a draw
WORLD: Fresh protests in Thailand; Oppn to boycott polls


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Chinese troops set up camp in Chumar
New Delhi, December 22
Tension prevailed in the Chumar sector in Ladakh as around 20 soldiers of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China last week entered the Indian territory near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and pitched their tents in Chepzi area in Ladakh.

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Order refusing action against Chavan questioned
Mumbai, December 22
An application has been filed in the Bombay High Court by a former journalist questioning the order of the Maharashtra Governor refusing sanction to prosecute former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan in the Adarsh housing society scam.

Amritsar border turns into major drug-transit point
Satinderjit Singh alias Mintu was arrested by Batala Police on Dec 16 allegedly with 4 kg heroinPatiala, December 22
The international drug ring busted jointly by the Batala and Delhi police has again highlighted how, despite stepped-up patrolling by the BSF and the Punjab Police, heroin estimated worth over Rs 375 crore has found its way into India through a porous border in Amritsar this year.
Satinderjit Singh alias Mintu was arrested by Batala Police on Dec 16 allegedly with 4 kg heroin


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