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Tuesday, January 21, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Kejriwal fights Centre on streets
Wants cops suspended for not acting against �drug ring� | Shinde turns down demand
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal at a dharna near Rail Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday. New Delhi, January 20
The bitter standoff between the Delhi Government and the police over the suspension of five police officers on Monday led to an unprecedented situation when Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Cabinet colleagues began an indefinite sit-in outside Rail Bhawan near Parliament.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal at a dharna near Rail Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

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Chaos in Haryana as roadways staff go on 4-day strike
Stranded passengers at the Karnal bus stand.Chandigarh, January 20
Haryana Roadways buses went off the road on the first day of the four-day strike that started today. The strike was complete, but peaceful, reports said.

Himachal page: Supply vehicles' strike cripples life

Stranded passengers at the Karnal bus stand.

LoC standoff: Pak suspends 2 bus services
Srinagar/Poonch, January 20
Pakistani authorities on Monday suspended the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad and Poonch-Rawlakote bus services to press for the release of a Pakistani driver arrested by the Indian authorities for smuggling in narcotics worth Rs 114 crore.

Punjab cuts property tax, VAT on iron & steel
Chandigarh, January 20
The Punjab cabinet today approved various sops for the urban voter. These include slashing the Value Added Tax on iron and steel goods and tobacco products, an insurance scheme for traders; and reducing property tax on residential properties.


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HARYANA: Longest day as bus commuters stranded

J&KGovt to privatise services in hospitals

HIMACHAL: SC extends deadline till Feb 14

CHANDIGARH: Tanishq heist: 9 accused walk free

LUDHIANA: SAD-BJP gheraoes Tewari�s house

DELHI: Kejriwal's dharna has elements of British Rowlatt Act: DPCC
OPINIONS: BJP, sorry, Modi vision

NATION: Rahul's 1st list of LS candidates ready; winnability key factor

BUSINESS: TCS, Wipro lift Sensex up 141 pts; RIL down 1.70%
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WORLD: 13 killed as Taliban strike near Pak army HQ


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Amritsar-Kolkata industrial corridor gets Cabinet nod
New Delhi, January 20
Spinning off a massive infrastructure and manufacturing zone, the Union Cabinet on Monday approved setting up of the Amritsar-Kolkata Industrial Corridor (AKIC) and formation of the AKIC Development Corporation (AKICDC).

Yamunanagar man throws acid on wife, sister-in-law
Yamunanagar, January 20
An altercation over a minor issue turned out to be a nightmare for Pooja (32) and her sister Rekha (27) as the former�s husband threw acid on them while they were on their way to an ashram in Jagadhri this morning.

While Badal shines, other ex-CMs� villages remain its poor cousins
Sandhwan (Faridkot), January 20
While Badal village, the native place of Parkash Singh Badal, is the envy of its neighbouring villages due to a host of facilities that it got due to efforts of the present Punjab Chief Minister, Sandhwan village which gave the nation the first Sikh President, Giani Zail Singh, symbolises the apathy of successive state governments towards it.
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