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Tuesday, August 26, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 10:15 pm

Property regularization: Pb govt allows another chance to land owners
Chandigarh: Punjab Government today gave another chance to the property owners in unauthorized colonies to get their plots or buildings regularised so that they could avail benefits of government facilities like water supply, sewerage, and electricity.

Dikshit resigns; Kalyan Singh is new Governor of Rajasthan
New Delhi: Yet another UPA appointed Governor Sheila Dikshit resigned today as the Narendra Modi government named former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh as the nominee for Rajasthan along with three others for Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa.

Vajpayee, Advani, Joshi out of BJP's top body
New Delhi: The generational shift in BJP was complete today with its founders Atal Behari Vajpayee, L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi being dropped from the Parliamentary Board.

Nanded Takht Board row: Badal writes to PM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab CM on Tuesday sought intervention of PM to "restrain" Maharashtra government from going ahead with its "arbitrary" decision to reduce SGPC's representation in the Takht Sri Hazur Sahib Board at Nanded.

India bans Finmeccannica from future contracts
New Delhi: India today barred scam-tainted Italian defence firm Finmeccannica from participating in future tenders.

DGMOs' Talk: India lodges protest with Pak over ceasefire violations
New Delhi: India today lodged a protest with Pakistan over increased border ceasefire violations as top military officials of the two countries held telephonic talks and agreed to hold flag meetings to defuse the situation.

Pak firing worst since 1971 war: BSF

Z security for Som: 'No inputs taken from UP'
Lucknow: Amid the controversy over the Centre according Z security to BJP MLA Sangeet Som, a Muzaffarnagar riots accused, UP government today said no inputs had been taken from it on the issue.

HP panchayat leaders threaten to seek
Chinese help, arrested

SHIMLA: A village pradhan and a former village functionary in the border district of Lahaul and Spiti have been arrested on the charges of sedition after they allegedly threatened to seek China's help for development of the region.

'Breaking Bad' sweeps 66th Emmy Awards
LOS ANGELES: American crime drama TV series "Breaking Bad" won big, including honours for best drama series and best writing for a drama series at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. 

One killed, 17 injured in Himachal accident
British Indian MP to tackle violence against women
Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF
Ragging case: FIR against 3 students, two 
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Coal block allocations since 1993 illegal: SC
Court remains silent on cancellation of allotments
New Delhi, August 25
The Supreme Court today declared as "arbitrary and illegal" all coal block allocations made on the recommendations of the screening committee since July 1993, but said "further hearing" was required to decide the "consequences".

Assembly bypoll in four states
Jolt to BJP as Nitish-Lalu alliance ahead in Bihar
New Delhi, August 25
The BJP today suffered a jolt in the byelections held across four states by winning only seven of the 18 Assembly seats and its ally Shiromani Akali Dal pocketing one in Punjab.









A three-part article that sets the stage for a wider debate on national security
Election Results 2014: Region at a glance

Congress, Akali Dal share honours in Punjab
Chandigarh, August 25
SAD-BJP candidate Jeet Mohinder Singh celebrates with supporters at Talwandi Sabo on Monday.There were no big surprises in the Patiala and Talwandi Sabo by-poll results for which were declared today. These were on the expected lines.

SAD-BJP candidate Jeet Mohinder Singh celebrates with supporters at Talwandi Sabo on Monday.

3 hurt as Pak pounds 40 Indian posts
Ramgarh/RS Pura, August 25
At least three civilians were injured, one of them critically, and another injured as Pakistan A boy shows marks of mortar shells fired from Pakistan at Flora village in RS Pura sector. dragged Kanachak and Ramgarh sub-sectors in the bloody gunbattle, pounding 40 Indian posts and nearly 30 villages in RS Pura, Arnia, Kanachak and Ramgarh sub-sectors.

A boy shows marks of mortar shells fired from Pakistan at Flora village in RS Pura sector.


PUNJAB: 5 dists have 47% share in state�s economy

HARYANA: Molested repeatedly, two Rohtak teens end lives

J&KWill give befitting reply to Pak: Shah

HIMACHAL: Land acquisition for projects comes to a standstill
UTTARAKHAND: Students force closure of colleges, oppose merit-based admissions

CHANDIGARH: Patient jumps to death at PGI

LUDHIANA: Woman crushed to death

DELHI: Two buildings catch fire

OPINIONSDrops of rain

NATION: Bihar gives thumbs up to Lalu-Nitish pact

SPORTS: Skipper Dhoni�s support for Fletcher invites BCCI ire
BUSINESS: GAIL set to commence work on Jagdishpur-Haldia pipeline
WORLD: Qaida-linked men free American writer missing in Syria since 2012


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Haryana polls
Congress sets tough rules for ticket seekers
New Delhi, August 25
Some sitting legislators in Haryana are set to lose their tickets with the Congress' state election committee today setting tough criteria for the selection of candidates ahead of upcoming assembly elections.

Modi to launch Jan Dhan Yojana on August 28
New Delhi, August 25
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the ambitious 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana', a financial inclusion scheme that aims at covering every household with a bank account and insurance cover, on Thursday.

Tribune�s debate in Kashmir focuses on impact of social media
Srinagar, August 25
In a convergence and clash of ideas articulately presented and argued at The Tribune Inter-College Debate, held for the first time in Kashmir, students from across the Valley debated the pros and cons of the social media, a contemporary topic which is continually redefining, revolutionising and shaping up the modern world.

J&K page: Governor cautions youth


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