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Saturday, February 22, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 5:20 pm

AAP office attacked in Mumbai
MUMBAI: The Aam Aadmi Party office in suburban Andheri was allegedly vandalised by a group of 20-25 persons today. The party blamed the Nationalist Congress Party for the attack.

China should shed expansionist mindset: Modi
PASIGHAT (Arunachal) : Wading into a foreign policy issue for the first time, Narendra Modi on Saturday asked China to shed its �expansionist mindset�
making it clear that no power on earth can snatch Arunachal Pradesh from India.

Ali Anwar labels Modi a conman�
NEW DELHI: Janata Dal-United leader Ali Anwar on Saturday described BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as a conman organizing a circus in the name of rallies all over the country.�

Jayalalithaa hints at prime ministership
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayaram Jayalalithaa hinted at prime ministership during the launch of a state project in Chennai.�

Congress mulls post-Telangana options

NEW DELHI: Sonia Gandhi on Saturday held talks with state cabinet ministers Kanna Lakshminarayana and Uttam Kumar Reddy, who come from Andhra and Telangana regions respectively.

China summons US diplomat over Obama-Dalai meeting
BEIJING: China summoned US Charge d�Affaires in Beijing and lodged a strong diplomatic protest after President Barack Obama met the Dalai Lama at the White House despite warnings from Beijing that the meeting would damage ties.

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Parliament passes Bill to shield whistleblowers
Govt to bring in ordinance to address BJP�s objections
New Delhi, February 21
Parliament today passed the Whistleblowers� Protection Bill, with the Rajya Sabha giving its nod to the landmark legislation on the last day of the last parliamentary session of the UPA-II government. 

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Antony downplays reports of 2012 troop movement
New Delhi, February 21
Defence Minister AK Antony today downplayed news reports regarding the movement of two Army units in January 2012 which reportedly had the Defence Secretary calling in the Director General Military Operations (DGMO) in the dead of the night to explain the movement.




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India slams Pak over Masood�s address
New Delhi, February 21
New Delhi today came down heavily on Pakistan for allowing Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Maulana Masood to openly address an anti-India Jaish chief Maulana Masood rally.
�Once is once too many times... we have zero tolerance for terrorists,� MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin made it clear when asked about Masood�s telephonic address an anti-India rally in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). Masood had threatened to attack election rallies in India.

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Bhola�s Drug ring
ED summons Punjab Jail Minister�s son
Jalandhar/Chandigarh, Feb 21
Sacked Punjab Police DSP-turned-druglord Jagdish Singh Bhola has divulged details indicating the alleged involvement of Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia and Damanvir Singh, son of Punjab Minister for Jails Sarwan Singh Phillaur, in the Rs 6,000-crore synthetic drug business.




PUNJAB: Fund-starved govt gears up to buy 131 luxury cars

HARYANA: Committed to getting water share: Governor

J&KCross-LoC traders to meet at Kaman Post on Monday

HIMACHAL: HP�s fiscal health poor: CAG 

CHANDIGARH: 5 cops chargesheeted 

LUDHIANA: DTO rap for auto dealers

DELHI: Lok Sansad clamours for passage of consensus bills

OPINIONS: Towards uniform civil code

BUSINESS: Health activists concerned over Cipla-Merck deal for HIV drug 

NATION: On last day of 15th LS, calls for introspection

SPORTS: BCCI to discuss overseas show
WORLD: Ukraine peace deal signed


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EC issues guidelines on  poll promises
New Delhi, February 21
The Election Commission of India (ECI) today issued guidelines to political parties, asking them to stick to rational promises in their manifestos and not to add anything that is repugnant to the ideals and principles enshrined in the Constitution. The new rules shall apply to both Parliamentary and Assembly elections. The directive stems from a Supreme Court judgment of July last year.

Farmer dies in Amritsar lathi charge
Amritsar, February 21
A farmer falls to the ground during a police lathi charge in Amritsar. photo: Vishal KumarA farmer was killed when the police lathi-charged activists of the Kisan Sangharsh Committee (KSC) this evening. The farmers were protesting outside the office of the Chief Engineer, PSPCL, virtually holding Executive Engineer SN Mahi and several other officials hostage.

A farmer falls to the ground during a police lathi charge in Amritsar. photo: Vishal Kumar

India tells Italy to provide security to its diplomats
New Delhi, February 21
India today asked Italy to ensure the safety and security of its diplomats  in the European nation after the Indian embassy in Rome received a live bullet and several hate mails this week.
This comes amid diplomatic tension between the two nations over the trial of two Italian marines.


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