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Tuesday, October 28, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 9:41 pm

Govt to submit black money holders list to SC tomorrow
New Delhi: The Government will tomorrow give the entire list of black money account holders to the Supreme Court, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said emphasising that no one will be protected.

India to step up strategic ties with Vietnam 

NEW DELHI: India is committed to strengthening strategic relations with Vietnam, with defence, space and energy sectors topping the list, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday.

Organisational polls should reinvigorate, rejuvenate the party: Rahul
NEW DELHI: Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi today said the organisational elections should be utilised to "reinvigorate and rejuvenate" the party following the debacle in the Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.

SC frowns upon delay in Delhi government formation 

NEW DELHI: Even as the Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that the President has given consent to invite the BJP to form the government in Delhi, the court expressed its displeasure and frowned upon the delaying tactics being adopted by the government.

Delhi: BJP likely to form govt, AAP cries hoarse 
BJP to elect new Maharashtra chief minister Tuesday 
NDRF pre-positioning teams in Guj to deal with cyclone Nilofar
Real to fight federation over Zidane 

J-K polls: EC issues notification for first phase
JAMMU: The Election Commission on Tuesday issued a notification for the first of the five phases of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly polls.

  Most political parties to go it alone in J-K 

2.93 lakh drug-addicts treated in OPDs in Punjab 
CHANDIGARH: As many as 2.93 lakh drug-addicts have been treated in OPDs and 9,427 have been detoxicated as indoor patients in 24 drug de-addiction centers across Punjab so far.

U'khand govt to come out with new MSME policy

DEHRADUN: : A new policy for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is being worked out in Uttarakhand to help around one thousand unemployed youth to become efficient entrepreneurs and provide them all facilities and incentives to start their ventures. 

Modi's call for cleanliness remains unheard at Rohtang 
MANALI: The higher reaches of the Himalayas are virtually turning into an open air garbage dump. And Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for cleanliness seems yet to reach these lofty heights.

After petrol, now Himachal hikes VAT on diesel
Shimla: After petrol, debt-ridden Himachal Pradesh Tuesday decided to hike value added tax (VAT) on diesel by one percent, which take up its price by 48 paise a litre.

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First black money list out, 25 named
No politician on list submitted by govt to SC, Centre says can�t reveal all details
New Delhi, October 27
The Centre today made public a list of 25 persons who allegedly have black money stashed in foreign banks. Seven of them are businessmen and 18 are involved in trusts and foundations. There are no politicians on the list that is silent on the amount of black money held by those named, individually or cumulatively.

Hooda govt decisions under review: Khattar
Chandigarh, October 27
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today showed his intention to re-visit the decisions of the previous Congress regime. Announcing stalling of all on-going recruitments initiated by the Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led government, Khattar said the Cabinet had decided to review appointments as also announcements made after the results of the Lok Sabha elections.





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BJP to go it alone in J&K for Mission 44
New Delhi, October 27
Having proven its might as a solo player in Maharashtra and Haryana, the BJP is too keen to replicate its success in the election-bound Jammu and Kashmir. Senior party leader Avinash Rai Khanna confirmed to The Tribune that the BJP would contest the elections in all 87 Assembly seats on its own.

Sena will back any BJP nominee
Mumbai, October 27
The Shiv Sena today said it would unconditionally back any candidate of the BJP for the post of Chief Minister. An editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamna' said the Shiv Sena was committed to backing any candidate who works for the welfare of Maharashtra "regardless of who becomes the Chief Minister � Nitin Gadkari or Devendra Fadnavis".

India may sell BrahMos missiles to Vietnam
With focus on defence cooperation, Vietnamese PM Nguyen Tan Dung to meet Modi today
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is received by Minister of State Sanjeev Balyan upon his arrival in New Delhi on Monday.New Delhi, October 27
India may decide to sell supersonic BrahMos missiles to the Vietnamese navy, which may have implications in the disputed waters of the South China. Vietnam�s Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung today reached New Delhi on a two-day visit here.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is received by Minister of State Sanjeev Balyan upon his arrival in New Delhi on Monday. PTI


PUNJAB: Give Chandigarh to Punjab, says Badal

HARYANA: No portfolios yet for ministers, CM off to Delhi for Shah nod

J&K: Political interference, poor planning ruin artificial lake project on Tawi

HIMACHAL: HPCA case: Dhumal, 10 others get bail
Judicial remand of murder accused till October 29

CHANDIGARH: 3 killed in road mishap

LUDHIANA: Will it be another open-and-shut case?

DELHI: Trilokpuri: Police hunt for 5 men

OPINIONS: Lessons for Khattar

BUSINESS: Burman�s foreign account legitimate, says Dabur

NATION: Mining firm under lens funded BJP, Cong

SPORTS: I�m sorry, won�t do it again: Sarita
WORLD: Ukraine leader wins pro-West mandate, but wary of Russia


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�Million March� failure leads to squabbling in Pak
London/Islamabad, October 27
Fizzling out of a rally organised by a UK-based pro-Pakistan group on the Kashmir issue in London has led to a political slugfest with supporters of Imran Khan and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari accusing each other for the debacle.

Thieves dig up 120-ft tunnel, clean out 89 bank lockers in Sonepat
Sonepat, October 27
It has all the ingredients of a Hollywood thriller. In a perfectly planned and meticulously executed operation, a gang of thieves dug a tunnel leading up to the strongroom of a bank in Sonepat�s Gohana area and decamped with cash and jewellery believed to be worth crores after breaking open 89 lockers.

Customers stage dharna outside the bank where the theft took place at Gohana on Monday. Customers stage dharna outside the bank where the theft took place at Gohana on Monday.


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