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Thursday, March 6, 2014, Chandigarh, India,

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AAP-BJP clashes: 14 arrested
NEW DELHI: Fourteen AAP supporters were arrested after Delhi Police registered an FIR in connection with the clashes outside the BJP national headquarters here between supporters of the two parties that left 28 people injured.

Kejriwal apologises for violent behaviour of AAP activists
BHUJ (Guj) : AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal today apologised for his party workers' behaviour in Delhi and Lucknow while protesting his "detention" and urged them to stick to non-violence.

Singapore riots case: 2nd Indian charged 
SINGAPORE: A second Indian has been charged for burning property during Singapore's worst riot in 40 years in December last year.

Obama calls British PM on Ukraine
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama has called British Prime Minister David Cameroon to consult on the unfolding developments in Ukraine as both the sides have agreed that Russia�s action violated Ukrainian sovereignty.

Kiran Reddy moves SC on Telangana issue
NEW DELHI: Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Reddy today approached the Supreme Court against the Centre's decision to create Telangana by bifurcating the State.

More qualified for PM post: Nitish
BETTIAH: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today made his Prime Ministerial ambitions known, saying he is more qualified and experienced than those "roaming around" for the top job.


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India votes from April 7 in nine phases, counting on May 16
10 crore more voters than 2009 * Over 2.3 crore voters in 18-19 age group
New Delhi, March 5
The Great Indian General Election, the biggest ever democratic process in the country�s history, will be conducted in nine phases between April 7 and May 12.
Counting of votes in all 543 constituencies is slated for May 16 and the 16th Lok Sabha has to be constituted by May 31.

EC to act tough on paid news

Haryana strongman Venod Sharma quits Congress
Venod SharmaChandigarh, March 5
Ambala legislator Venod Sharma, a Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda�s confidant, has resigned from the Congress. He is expected to make an announcement about his career plans at a rally in Kurukshetra on Sunday.

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Punjab poll officer �admits� he visited DGP Saini
Chandigarh, March 5
Punjab Chief Electoral Officer VK Singh today virtually admitted that he visited Punjab Director General of Police (DGP) Sumedh Singh Saini at the latter�s residence. He, however, tried to play down the incident, saying it was not as big an issue as it was made out by the Opposition and the media.

Kejri�s detention sparks AAP-BJP clashes
New Delhi, March 5
Arvind Kejriwal�s damaged car in Kutch on Wednesday. PTIIn retaliation to the detention of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal in Gujarat, workers of his party clashed with BJP activists outside the BJP headquarters at Ashoka Road in New Delhi today.

Arvind Kejriwal�s damaged car in Kutch on Wednesday. PTI


PUNJAB: Govt�s investment claims bogus: Congress

HARYANA: EC to keep hawk eye ahead of polling

J&KPolls for six LS seats in five phases

HIMACHAL: Over 47 lakh to cast vote on May 7

CHANDIGARH:  City goes to the polls on April 10

LUDHIANA: City set for four-cornered contest

DELHI: CEO to pull out all stops to ensure highest voter turnout

OPINIONS: India readies for polls

BUSINESS: Recover bad loans, FM tells public sector banks

NATION: UP Govt clamps ESMA on striking docs

SPORTS: Kohli has no place for benchwarmers
WORLD: Russia rebuffs West on Crimea amid talks


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BJP not anti-minority, says Gadkari
Party�s vision document �India 2025� ready, to be unveiled soon
Nitin Gadkari in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Tribune Photo: S ChandanChandigarh, March 5
Facing questions on the BJP�s economic model, its approach towards minorities and its foreign policy, the party today said it would address all these issues and much more in its soon-to-be-released vision document � India 2025.
�For the Lok Sabha elections, I have prepared a detailed policy-cum- vision document for the party.
Nitin Gadkari in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Tribune Photo: S Chandan

ED attaches assets worth Rs 863 cr of Jagan, others
New Delhi, March 5
Initiating one of its biggest criminal actions in a money laundering case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) today attached assets worth Rs 863 crore of YSR Congress leader Jaganmohan Reddy and his associates in connection with its probe into alleged corruption in an infrastructure project in Andhra Pradesh. (
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Uphaar tragedy: SC holds Ansals guilty
New Delhi, March 5
The Supreme Court today held real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal guilty in the 1997 Uphaar cinema tragedy that claimed the lives of 59 persons saying they were more interested about making money than ensuring safety of the cinegoers.


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