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Tuesday, March 18, 2014, Chandigarh, India,

updated at 5:10 pm

BJP workers protest Kirron's candidature in Chandigarh
CHANDIGARH: Some disgruntled BJP workers here today greeted party nominee for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat Kirron Kher with black flags. 

Bansal files nomination papers for Chandigarh seat 
CHANDIGARH: Former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal today filed his nomination papers for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat.

Mulayam to contest from 2 LS seats
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav will contest from the Azamgarh Lok Sabha seat, besides Mainpuri which he presently represents in Parliament.

Srinagar-Jammu highway closed after fresh snowfall
SRINAGAR: Non-stop rain and snowfall Tuesday triggered landslides on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Jammu and Kashmir forcing closure of the vital road link for traffic.

Rains lash Punjab and Haryana, may hurt crops
CHANDIGARH: Haryana and Punjab received heavy rainfall last night, mounting worries for farmers as the crops nears harvesting stage. Chandigarh measured heavy rains (19.6 mm) the MeT Department here said.

Sensex trades flat after touching new high
MUMBAI: Led by strong buying support from foreign funds, a benchmark index of the Indian equities markets was trading flat on Tuesday.

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Missing Flight MH370
Malaysia dials Manmohan as India suspends search
* IAF, Navy assets on standby
* Delhi wants specific inputs
A young girl writes on a banner carrying messages for passengers of the missing Malaysian jetliner in Kuala Lumpur on SundayNew Delhi, March 16
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Sunday called up Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and sought India's technical assistance to trace the possible pathway of the missing jetliner.

A young girl writes on a banner carrying messages for passengers of the missing Malaysian jetliner in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. AFP

World page: Hunt widens to 25 nations; pilot's role probed
Indian Ocean poses daunting challenge
Flight MH 370, Bermuda Triangle � is a pattern emerging?



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IAF, intel experts debunk 9/11-type attack theory
New Delhi, March 16
India�s key intelligence agency and military analysts are not alarmed over claims made by former US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbot, who said the missing Malaysian Airlines plane was hijacked to replicate a 9/11-type attack on an Indian city.

Happy holi
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Ready to take on Modi : Kejriwal
Says final call during Varanasi visit on March 23
Bangalore, March 16
Arvind Kejriwal, AAP ChiefThe stage is set for a high-voltage contest between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal and BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in Varanasi with Kejriwal today announcing that he would challenge Modi in the historic city.


PUNJAB: Child labour goes unchecked at SAD leader�s farm

HARYANA: Yadav pulls out of race for Gurgaon

J&KState council may make changes in sports policy

HIMACHAL: HLP expels senior leader

CHANDIGARH: Revolt in BJP as Kirron gets ticket

LUDHIANA: Speed thrill proves fatal for youth

DELHI: JNUTA backs DUTA in ordinances row

OPINIONS: Targeting television

BUSINESS: Preventing financial frauds due to vishing

NATION: SC: Corrupt employees deserve only dismissal

SPORTS: IPL helping India? Think again!
WORLD: Crimeans vote on union with Russia


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Rahul attacks Modi over Gujarat riots
New Delhi, March 16
Rahul GandhiRahul Gandhi today sought to boost his party�s morale by affirming that there would be a Congress-led UPA-III even as he hit out at Narendra Modi for �inexcusable failure� of governance during the 2002 riots for which he demanded �legal accountability�.

Sidhu paid for tussle with SAD
Navjot Singh SidhuAmritsar, March 16
With the BJP fielding senior party leader Arun Jaitley from Amritsar, it is now clear that sitting MP Navjot Singh Sidhu has paid for his tussle with the SAD leadership over the "delay" in carrying out his pet projects.

Nation page: BJP looks to strengthen base in Punjab with ticket to Jaitley

Rift in Haryana BJP over ticket allocation
* Irate workers ransack party office in Rohtak
* Dissent in other dists too
BJP workers protest at the party office in Rohtak on SundayChandigarh, March 16
Serious differences have emerged in the Haryana unit of the BJP, a day after the announcement of its Lok Sabha candidates.

BJP workers protest at the party office in Rohtak on Sunday. PTI


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