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Tuesday, October 14, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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PM announces Rs 1,000-cr relief for cyclone-hit Andhra
VISAKHAPATNAM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced Rs 1,000 crore as interim relief for the cyclone-hit Andhra Pradesh as he undertook a survey of the worst-affected city.

Visakhapatnam remains without power, essential commodities 

5 held guilty in Dhaula Kuan gangrape case
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court today convicted all the five accused of abducting and gangraping a 30-year-old BPO executive from the northeast in south Delhi's Dhaula Kuan area in 2010.

Stage set for high-stake elections in Maharashtra, Haryana 
NEW DELHI: Maharashtra and Haryana are all set to go to the polls tomorrow to elect their Assemblies in high-stakes elections seen as the first major test of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the Lok Sabha polls.

Situation in J&K not conducive for Assembly polls: Omar
NEW DELHI: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said situation in the state was not conducive for holding Assembly elections due to the recent floods.

Sidhu attacks Punjab govt after removal of security cover
CHANDIGARH: Former BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu today claimed that his security cover has been withdrawn, as he attacked the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) government in Punjab for indulging in "petty" politics and hitting "below the belt".


WHO: 10,000 new Ebola cases per week could be seen
GENEVA: A World Health Organisation official says there could be up to 10,000 new cases of Ebola per week within two months.


UN ignores Pak bid to seek intervention on Kashmir 
UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan's latest efforts seeking UN intervention on the Kashmir issue have failed to draw any new response from the world body which reiterated that India and Pakistan need to resolve all differences through dialogue to find a long-term solution to dispute.


J-K cop wins UN's international female peacekeeper award 
UNITED NATIONS: An Indian police inspector has been named recipient of a prestigious international female peacekeeper award by the UN's police division.








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SEBI bars realty giant DLF from stock markets for 3 yrs
Regulator cracks whip on firm for hiding info during public issue in 2007
New Delhi, October 13
In a major setback to DLF, stock market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has barred India's largest real estate company and its top officials, including chairman KP Singh, from accessing or dealing in stock  markets for three years.

AP, Odisha reel under Hudhud aftermath
Naidu seeks Rs 2,000 cr aid PM to visit worst-hit Vizag today
Hyderabad, October 13
Andhra Pradesh and Odisha today grappled with the aftermath of cyclone Hudhud, a day after it ripped through the coastal areas of the two states leaving tens of thousands homeless and causing extensive damage to buildings, power and telecommunication lines.
Nation page: 3-D vulnerability maps can help prepare better
The damaged roof of the Visakhapatnam airport after the cyclone in Andhra Pradesh, on Monday. The damaged roof of the Visakhapatnam airport after the cyclone in Andhra Pradesh, on Monday. PTI



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Campaigning over, itís dash to finish line in Haryana
A crowd during a rally in Kurukshetra.Chandigarh, October 13
The D-day for the Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections is fast approaching. With the Jat-dominated state registering its verdict on October 15, political parties made a final dash to woo voters today ó the last day of campaigning.

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Economics Nobel for Frenchman Jean Tirole
Stockholm, October 13
French economist Jean Tirole won the Nobel Prize for Economics today for research on market power and regulation.

Sonia sacks Tharoor as party spokesman
Thiruvananthapuram MP says not given an opportunity by partyís disciplinary committee to be heard
New Delhi, October 13
A few days after fresh evidence surfaced in the death probe of his wife Sunanda Pushkar, controversial Congress MP Shashi Tharoor today lost his position as party spokesperson for praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi and undermining cadre morale.

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CHANDIGARH: Robbers target Mohali family

LUDHIANA: Pinned down, man opens fire

DELHI: Cop on patrol shot dead

OPINIONS: Brand Modi on test

NATION: Court summons ex-secy HC Gupta, 5 others

BUSINESS: Future Group, Amazon enter into strategic tie-up

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Rescuers look for bodies in the Beas.Shimla, October 13
Locals and tourists in the vicinity of a hydropower project in Himachal will get a text message on their mobile phones warning them to keep away from the river following discharge of water from the project.
Rescuers look for bodies in the Beas. A File photo

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ED grills CPS Avinash Chander, MLA Phillaur
Jalandhar, October 13
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today grilled Punjab Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Avinash Chander and Kartarpur MLA Sarvan Singh Phillaur for their alleged involvement in the Rs 6,000 crore drug racket case.

CPS Avinash Chander at the ED office in Jalandhar. CPS Avinash Chander at the ED office in Jalandhar. Sarabjit Singh

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