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HindustanTimes Wed,17 Sep 2014

India

'If Patel had handled Kashmir, part of it would not have been under Pak'

Amit Shah
BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday said Pakistan would not have been holding a part of Kashmir and Article 370 would not have existed had Sardar Vallabhai Patel, instead of Jawharlal Nehru, handled the Kashmir issue.

70-year-old man held for sending love letters to married woman

How to Write a Love Letter
A 70-year-old retired sales tax officer has landed in police custody for allegedly sending love letters to a married woman in Bulandshahr. It is alleged that in one letter, he had even threatened to kill her husband.

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Modi decides against attending UN climate summit

Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not be attending United Nations Climate Summit called by UN Secretary General BanKi moon as the government believes it was being held at the behest of rich nations to iron out its differences with the developing world on the new climate treaty to be readied by November this year.

DAY ONE OF HISTORIC VISIT
Narendra Modi bonds with Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad, takes him around Sabarmati

Modi Xi
The choice of Ahmedabad as Xi's first stop in India, rather than New Delhi, marked a departure from protocol that many see as part of an effort to put a positive gloss on bilateral ties that still suffer from lingering distrust, despite growing trade.

Amit Shah brushes aside bypoll setback

Amit Shah
Making his first public statement following the bypoll debacle, Shah told cheering party workers in Gorta village on Wednesday that the BJP will sweep the assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana.

Saradha scam: Ex-Assam DGP under probe commits suicide

Anti-Saradha procession
Former Assam director general of police (DGP) Shankar Barua, who came under the CBI scanner for alleged involvement in the Saradha chit fund scam, shot himself on Wednesday.

Allahabad HC removes 11 judicial officers for violence

Allahabad High Court
The officers, who were undergoing a training at Lucknow's Judicial Training Institute, were involved in a fight during a farewell party in a hotel in Lucknow on September 8.

China to set up industrial parks in Maharashtra and Gujarat

Modi Xi
China will set up two industrial parks in India, one each in Maharashtra and Gujarat, at an investment of $6.8 billion (Rs 40,800 crore). The two countries will sign an agreement for the two parks in Ahmedabad on Thursday.

Sino-Indian cooperation invaluable: Chinese daily

The India-China relationship is of enormous strategic value, one that cannot be replaced by other bilateral ties, a leading English daily of China said ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India Wednesday.

India, China sign 3 pacts within hours of Xi's arrival

Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping
India and China on Wednesday inked three pacts in Ahmedabad, hours within the arrival of Chinese President Xi Jinping on a three-day visit to India during which the two countries will focus on boosting trade and investments, besides discussing substantive issues including the contentious border dispute.

Court refuses to grant relief in wrongly transferred money case

Indian currency notes
A Delhi court has refused to grant any relief to a person seeking return of Rs. 25 lakh allegedly wrongly transferred through internet banking to a third person's bank account, saying it can't pass any order till the 'rightful claimant' of the amount is decided.

Sena taunts BJP after bypoll reverses

Uddhav Thackeray
The Shiv Sena on Wednesday took potshots at the BJP for the reverses suffered by it in the bypolls, saying it should learn a lesson and keep its 'feet on the ground'.
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