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Monday, March 24, 2014, Chandigarh, India,

updated at 8:30 pm

Jaswant files nomination as independent from Barmer 
JAIPUR: Jaswant Singh,  filed his nomination papers as an independent from Barmer Lok Sabha constituency on Monday.

Pawar's "vote twice" remark: BJP asks EC to act under RPA
MUMBAI: BJP today approached the Election
Commission seeking action against Sharad Pawar under the Representation of People's Act after he asked his party workers to take advantage of the multi-phase polling in the state by "voting twice".

BJP promises to probe Rs 25000 Cr Roshni scam in J-K
JAMMU: BJP will hold a probe into Rs 25,000 crore Roshni scam in Jammu and Kashmir if it is voted to power after elections.

No need to panic, Sammy cautions
DHAKA: West Indies captain Darren Sammy said there was no need to press the panic button in the wake of the loss to India in the team's opening match of the World Twenty20 championship.

Obama holds G7 summit as Russia tightens Crimea grip
THE HAGUE: US President Barack Obama arrived in the Netherlands today to discuss with six other world leaders how to punish Russia for annexing Ukraine's Crimea region.

Rupee gains 22 paise against dollar
MUMBAI: The rupee rose by 22 paise to 60.67 against the American currency in the morning trade on fresh selling of dollars by banks and exporters due to persistent capital inflow into equity market.

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IM�s bomb expert, 3 aides nabbed
Terror Module Waqas in 10-day police remand
Had planned strikes during LS poll
New Delhi, March 23
Top Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorist Zia Ur Rehman, alias Waqas, along with three Rajasthan-based terrorists has been arrested from Ajmer. Waqas was brought to Delhi by a Special Cell of the Delhi Police.
One of the four suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists arrested by the special cell of the Delhi police in Jodhpur on Sunday.
One of the four suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists arrested by the special cell of the Delhi police in Jodhpur on Sunday. PTI




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Learn to take �no� with a smile, Jaitley advises Jaswant
New Delhi, March 23
A day after veteran BJP leader Jaswant Singh went public with his anguish over being denied the party ticket for the Barmer Lok Sabha constituency, party colleague Arun Jaitley today counselled him on the way a politician should behave when denied his wish.

French satellite spots floating objects

Kuala Lumpur/Perth, March 23
France today provided new satellite images of possible debris of the Malaysian airliner deep in the south Indian Ocean, even as search for the jet which mysteriously disappeared 16 days ago intensified with India, China and Japan deploying surveillance aircraft.


PUNJAB: Badal uses Martyrdom Day function to seek votes for SAD-BJP nominees

HARYANA: Cong showcases unity at Hooda�s roadshow

J&KModi has monopolised BJP, says Omar Abdullah

HIMACHAL: CM blames Modi for rift in BJP

CHANDIGARH: Cadre row reaches Centre

LUDHIANA: 4-yr-old murdered

DELHI: Congress pins hopes on slums, JJ cluster voters

OPINIONS: Stalwarts sally forth

BUSINESS: Should market decide your asset allocation strategy?

NATION: Court: Dowry law can�t be a harassment tool

SPORTS: Another easy victory for India
WORLD: NATO commander warns of Russian threat to separatist Moldova region


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EC nod to govt for naming new Navy Chief
New Delhi, March 23
Almost a month after Navy Chief Admiral DK Joshi quit, the Ministry of Defence is yet to take a final call on who to appoint as his successor. The delay is being attributed to reasons like conducting a fresh background check and assessing annual confidential reports. The appointment can take around 10 more days, sources maintain.

�Liquor distribution� at rally
Admn gives clean chit to SAD, Cong cries foul

Patiala, March 23
Inquiry officer PS Gill has given a clean chit to the organisers of the March 20 Shiromani Akali Dal rally at Ghanaur where liquor was allegedly distributed to woo voters. In the inquiry report, the officer has absolved the party cadre of any wrongdoing stating that �no faces highlighted in the media report� can be identified.

India to press for safety of nuclear weapons
New Delhi, March 23
India is likely to push for stringent global measures to ensure safety of nuclear weapons. At the third Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) which opens at The Hague tomorrow, New Delhi is likely to call for �greater practical cooperation� against illicit trafficking of nuclear material.

Haryana hinterland denies girls voting right
Jind, March 23
�Hum kiyon banave apni chhori ka vote, ye to shadi karke chali jayegi. Badiya yehi hai ki ye shaadi ke baad apne sasural main hi apna vote banave (why should we get our daughter enrolled as a voter as she will have to migrate to her in-laws� after her marriage. It�ll be better if she gets herself enrolled as a voter there only),� said Braha Khurd resident Ganga Devi (85).


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