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Tuesday, January 14, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Latest news, updated at 3:00 pm

Ready for whatever Congress wants me to do: Rahul...more
AAP's decision on FDI in retail irresponsible: Sharma...more 
Deputy Collector arrested in Canacona building mishap...more 
Cold conditions abate at some places in Punjab & Haryana...more

Revoking AFSPA will not help Kashmir: Army Chief
Talks tough on infiltration and ceasefire violations by Pakistan
New Delhi, January 13
Army Chief General Bikram Singh in New Delhi on Monday.
Army Chief General Bikram Singh on Monday warned against revoking or diluting the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Jammu and Kashmir and said he was positive that recent talks with Pakistan and China would ensure peace along the border.
Army Chief General Bikram Singh in New Delhi on Monday.

Intern�s case: SC to hear PIL against ex-judge on Jan 15
New Delhi, January 13
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a PIL filed by a woman lawyer pleading for constitution of a committee headed by a woman to go into her complaint that she was sexually harassed by a sitting SC judge in May 2011 when she was interning with him.

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N-power booster for Haryana
PM sets ball rolling for 2,800 MW Fatehabad nuclear project 
Gorakhpur (Fatehabad), Jan 13
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday set the ball rolling for the 2800 MW Fatehabad nuclear power project that promises to boost growth and provide job avenues to the people in the state.
PM Manmohan Singh and Haryana CM BS Hooda at a ceremony at Gorakhpur. PM Manmohan Singh and Haryana CM BS Hooda at a ceremony at Gorakhpur.

Bhola�s Drug ring
Amarinder won�t back down, Bajwa�s stir plan to lack punch

Chandigarh, January 13
The ongoing tussle within the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) has left the party cadres confused. It has shifted the focus from the involvement of senior Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leaders and a sitting minister in illicit drug trade to the stark division within the party.


PUNJAB: Drug issue to dominate Maghi Mela rallies today

HARYANA: AAP demands strong Lokayukta to nail graft

J&KThree JeM militants killed in Sopore

HIMACHAL: Vigilance grills IAS officer again in HPCA case

CHANDIGARH: High Court raps UT

LUDHIANA: Protesters refuse to relent, want MC officials arrested

DELHI: Govt launches helpline for nursery admissions
OPINIONS: AAP in Haryana

NATION: AAP govt scraps FDI in retail in Delhi

BUSINESS: Sensex up 376 points, posts biggest gain in seven weeks
SPORTS: Serena serene, Novak rusty
WORLD: �American Hustle� shines at Golden Globes


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Punjab Cong chief has links with Bhola: SAD 
 ss dhindsaChandigarh, January 13
Buoyed by Congress former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh taking a stand against his party's demand for a CBI probe into the alleged politician-police drug nexus, SAD on Monday charged Punjab Congress chief Partap Singh Bajwa with being hand in glove with arrested druglord Jagdish Singh Bhola.

After �janata darbar� chaos, AAP goes online
New Delhi, January 13
After the Aam Aadmi Party�s maiden �janata darbar� ended in chaos on Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced that he would no longer hold such public meetings, but people could register their grievances online or through post. But, Kejriwal said he would continue to meet people.

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�84 secret: India sought UK help in Army action at Golden Temple
Papers reveal UK sent special forces officer to assist Delhi in evicting �dissidents�
The UK authorities collaborated with the Indian Government in planning Operation Bluestar � the controversial 1984 Golden Temple operation authorised by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. This has been revealed by some newly released documents in London.


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