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Thursday, January 16, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Companies not having green nod to lose coal block...more
AAP to take disciplinary action against Binny...more
Delhi HC restrains media from reporting allegations against ex-SC judge...more
Virbhadra Singh sues Jaitley, Dhumal...more 
Indian soldiers come under fire in South Sudan...more
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Intern�s plea: SC notice to Justice Swatanter Kumar
Delhi HC reserves order on SC ex-judge�s plea against media houses
New Delhi, January 15
The Supreme Court today issued a notice to National Green Tribunal (NGT) Chairman Justice Swatanter Kumar on a PIL petition by a woman lawyer claiming that she was sexually harassed by Justice Kumar in May 2011 while she was an intern and he was a sitting SC judge.

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Cameron rejects conspiracy theory on Operation Bluestar
David Cameron, British pmBritish Prime Minister David Cameron has rejected any �conspiracy theory� that the prospects of a lucrative commercial deal may have influenced the British government�s decision in 1984 to supply specialist military help for the storming of the Golden Temple.
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UK�s MI-5 officers visited Golden Temple: RAW officer�s book
New Delhi, January 15
Former Additional Director of the Research & Analysis Wing B Raman notes in his memoirs that at the request of the then RAW Chief RN Kao, two officers of the British Security Service (MI-5) had visited the Golden Temple as tourists and advised then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to be patient and avoid action or use of police force.

AAP MLA dubs Kejriwal a liar, Delhi CM hits back
New Delhi, January 15
CM Arvind Kejriwal addressing members of the All Guest Teacher Association in New Delhi on WednesdayDifferences in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) came out in the open today with party MLA Vinod Kumar Binny accusing the Delhi Government of deviating from its principles.

CM Arvind Kejriwal addressing members of the All Guest Teacher Association in New Delhi on Wednesday. PTI

HP, U�khand sops to continue till �17
New Delhi, January 15
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today extended the special industrial package for Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand till 2017, a move that will boost industrialisation and create more employment in the two hilly states.


PUNJAB: Cash-starved govt in a fix as RBI changes norms for raising funds

HARYANA: Transport Dept rolls out list of red beacon beneficiaries

J&K10 school kids injured as Matador overturns

HIMACHAL: Session advanced to avoid poll code

CHANDIGARH: Another witness turns hostile

LUDHIANA: Commuters grin and bear it

DELHI: Secretariat becomes a Jantar Mantar
OPINIONS: Blast from the past

NATION: CBI granted financial powers: Centre to SC

BUSINESS: Inflation eases to 5-month low of 6.16% in December
SPORTS: Novak stretched? Not quite
WORLD: 73 killed in wave of attacks in Iraq


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Nanded pilgrims attacked in Rohtak; 1 killed
Rohtak, January 15
A member of a group of pilgrims from Punjab en route to Nanded Sahib in Maharashtra was shot dead by an unidentified car-borne assailant in Rohtak late Tuesday night.

Yellow rust spreads; Punjab ups vigil, Haryana on alert
Chandigarh, January 15
The Punjab Government today directed the District Chief Agriculture Officers to step up monitoring of the wheat crop affected by yellow rust in the state. The move came following more reports of yellow rust attack on wheat crop, especially in the Kandi belt and Banur area, near Rajpura.

In ash-struck Panipat village, no brides for young men
Sutana (Panipat), January 15
An affected farmer looks at his infertile land in Panipat�s Sutana villageSonu of Panipat�s Sutana village is in his late twenties, but can�t find a wife. The reasons are purely economic.

An affected farmer looks at his infertile land in Panipat�s Sutana village


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