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Wednesday, June 11, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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NDA, Oppn spar in LS on Prez address debate 
Govt copying our agenda, says Cong PM to reply
New Delhi, June 10
Parliament today witnessed a lively debate between members of the NDA government and those on the Opposition Benches on the Motion of Thanks to President Pranab Mukherjee for his address to a joint sitting of the two Houses yesterday.

Holiday horror in Mandi
No trace of survivors, parentsí agony grows
Pandoh (Mandi), June 10
The agony of the parents looking for their children washed away in the Beas is growing with each passing hour as only five bodies have been extricated from Pandoh Dam till now in the ongoing rescue and search operation.





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College mgmt responsible, says minister
Pandoh (Mandi), June 30
Telangana Home Minister N Narsimhan Reddy today held the management of the engineering college whose 24 students drowned in the Beas, equally responsible for the mishap on June 8.

Badal inducts 3 ministers, delays portfolios
Chandigarh, June 10
Under pressure to allocate important departments following induction of three Cabinet ministers today, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal remained silent on portfolios for the new entrants to his Cabinet.
Tota Singh, Sohan Singh and Daljit Singh Cheema after being sworn in as Cabinet ministers in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Tota Singh, Sohan Singh and Daljit Singh Cheema after being sworn in as Cabinet ministers in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Manoj Mahajan

Another BJP leader shot dead in UP
Lucknow/Muzaffarnagar, June 10
A local BJP leader was today shot dead by unidentified assailants this morning, the second party leader to be murdered in four days, sparking protest by BJP. The party accused the Akhilesh Yadav state government of failing to stop "political killings" in UP.

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Second terror attack on Karachi airport
Karachi, June 10
Taliban militants today attacked a training camp of the Airport Security Force outside the Karachi international airport, but fled after Pakistani forces repulsed the assault, a day after an all-night siege at the facility left nearly 40 people dead.
Pakistan security personnel at Karachi airport on Tuesday. Pakistan security personnel at Karachi airport on Tuesday. AP/PTI

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Govt: Donít transfer employees with differently abled kids
New Delhi, June 10
Government employees who have differently abled children to take care of will be exempted from routine transfers and they will not be asked to take voluntary retirement on refusing such postings, the Centre has said. A government employee with a disabled child serves as the main caregiver and any displacement of such employee will have a bearing on the systemic rehabilitation of the child since the new environment or set up could prove to be a hindrance for rehabilitation process, it said.







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