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Thursday, October 9, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 9:00 pm

Jayalalithaa moves SC for bail
New Delhi: Jailed former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, denied bail by Karnataka High Court following her conviction and four year sentence in a graft case, today moved the Supreme Court for bail.

We have responded with courage to ceasefire violations: PM Modi
BARAMATI (Maharashtra): Under fire from the Opposition over escalating ceasefire violations by Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India has responded to the aggression with courage and lamented public debate on the issue for political gains.

Pak must stop unprovoked firing: Jaitley
Congress calls Modi an 'absentee Prime Minister'
India, Pak trade heavy fire along IB
Army busts hideout in Reasi, weapons 
recovered 

Army promotes cricket in Kashmir
Omar denies he complained against movie 'Haider' 

Cyclone alert for Odisha, Andhra Pradesh 
BHUBANESHWAR: The cyclonic storm Hudhud is getting closer to the Odisha-Andhra Pradesh coast leading to a cyclone warning for Andaman and Nicobar Islands and cyclone alert for north coastal Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha coasts.

Govt likely to seek Facebook's help to promote education
New Delhi: The government is expected take up with social networking giant Facebook social sector issues like education and empowerment of the girl child, female foeticide and 'Clean Ganga' campaign and seek its help in promoting them.

HC disqualifies 5 HJC MLAs who joined Congress in 2009
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana High Court today set aside the order of Haryana Assembly Speaker accepting the "merger" of five members of Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) into the Congress in 2009.

Vadra land deal: Congress seeks apology from Modi 
NEW DELHI: The Congress today stepped up attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding an "apology" from him as EC ruled that there was no violation of model code of conduct by the Haryana Government in clearing the land deal involving Robert Vadra.


BJP launches campaign aimed at 'Mission 60 plus' in Haryana 
Modi to address rally in Jind on Oct 11
Dhoni backs his mediocre bowlers, says they did a decent job
First official report on MH370 flight says flight spiraled into sea after fuel ran out



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Hit Pak back with full force: Govt
* Border fire India says troops prepared for long haul
* 2 killed as Rangers shell 40 villages
New Delhi/Jammu, October 8
The Union Government has reportedly given the countryís security apparatus a free hand to deal with continuous truce violations by Pakistan. The move came as Pakistani troops on Wednesday resorted to heavy shelling in border areas in Jammu and Kashmir, killing two persons and injuring 13 others.
Nation page: Rahul questions Modiís silence on China, Pakistan
Villagers sit in a tractor- trailer as they wait to be shifted to a safe area following shelling by Pakistan at Chilyari village in Samba, Jammu, on Wednesday Villagers sit in a tractor- trailer as they wait to be shifted to a safe area following shelling by Pakistan at Chilyari village in Samba, Jammu, on Wednesday. AFP


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Nawaz to chair special meet
Islamabad, October 8
The Pakistani Government has decided to convene a meeting of its National Security Committee (NSC) in the wake of the ongoing border firing. The meeting would be chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tomorrow. Along with the top military leadership, the PMís Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz, Minister for Defence Khawaja Asif, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Information Minister Pervez Rashid will attend the meeting.

Focus on Pak: Sena to Modi
Mumbai, October 8
Shiv Sena's attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi got nastier today with the party mouthpiece Saamna reminding him of his promise during the Lok Sabha elections to rein in Pakistan. "Do you need a 56 inch chest to protect the interests of the nation and teach Pakistan a lesson?" Saamna asked.

Power crisis looms in Punjab as coal stocks reach critical limit
Patiala, October 8
Consumers in almost all parts of Punjab, barring the Chief Ministerís home town Bathinda, have complained of power cuts in the past few days. Bothered by repeated power cuts, farmers have threatened to stage a dharna in front of the office of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL).

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NATION: Rahul questions Modiís silence on China, Pakistan

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No breach of poll code in nod to Vadra-DLF deal: EC
New Delhi, October 8
The Election Commission (EC) on Wednesday ruled that there appeared to be no violation of the model code of conduct by the Haryana Government in clearing the land deal between Robert Vadra and real estate major DLF.

95% aspiring teachers flunk all-India eligibility test
New Delhi, October 8
As many as 95 per cent teaching aspirants in the country have flunked the all-India Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) meant to assess their knowledge and instruction abilities. That's hardly an improvement over the test conducted earlier this year in which 98 per cent candidates had failed to display minimum eligibility to become teachers.

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