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HindustanTimes Wed,17 Sep 2014

India

Two militants killed in an encounter near LoC

A BSF soldier stands guard near international border at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kms from Jammu
Two militants were on Wednesday killed in an encounter with security forces near the Line of Control in Macchil Sector of Kashmir Valley. Two AK-47 rifles and one UBGL along with other war-like stores were recovered from the site.

Narendra Modi turns 64, meets mother to seek blessings

Modi mother
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday morning met his mother in Gandhinagar to seek her blessings and received calls from his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe and President Pranab Mukherjee to wish him.

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35 Jadavpur University students held for protest over molestation case

AISA activists
About 35 students who were protesting outside the Jadavpur University campus against the molestation of a woman student were arrested by the police on Wednesday, TV reports said.

Investments on agenda, Modi to receive Chinese president Xi

Xi Jinping
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will spend his 64th birthday at a private dinner with Xi Jinping in Gujarat, as the Chinese president begins a visit that will set the tone for relations between the two countries.

J-K floods: Search begins for the missing

Jammu Evacuees
Anger and despair normal in such adverse conditions, say psychiatrists visiting relief camps.

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Bypoll results: More than 50% say Modi magic still exists

modi

Despite the drubbing of the saffron party in the just-concluded bypolls, more than 50% respondents in a HT poll on Tuesday said that the country was still under the spell of the ‘Modi wave’.

CBI set to probe fraud in Salman Khurshid’s NGO

 Salman Khurshid

The social justice ministry has recommended a CBI probe in a case of alleged misappropriation of grants meant for physically handicapped by an NGO headed by former Union minister Salman Khurshid.

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Teacher recruitment at 6 AIIMS under cloud

Aiims
A central inquiry committee has found major lapses in the recruitment of teachers for the six new AIIMS set up in different parts of the country, holding the director of AIIMS Patna and a private firm responsible for the mess.

Just ahead of Xi visit, India-Vietnam deal on China’s mind

Aiims
A day before President Xi Jinping lands in India, China expressed concern over new oil exploration deals signed between New Delhi and Hanoi during President Pranab Mukherjee’s state visit to Vietnam. Xi visit to India could set new paradigm in bilateral ties

In Mamata’s land, BJP wins first seat on its own

counting
The BJP made inroads into West Bengal for the first time in 14 years by winning one of two assembly seats Tuesday and finishing second in the other, bucking a trend in the rest of the country where it suffered reverses.

Xi visit to India could set new paradigm in bilateral ties

Xi Jinping

With economy and trade high on his agenda, Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India on Wednesday will be a historic one as it could set a new paradigm in bilateral ties and help realise Indian and Chinese dreams for development, Chinese officials and analysts said.

ED, CBI disagree over letting 2G accused go abroad

Karim Morani

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) and CBI are at odds over whether to allow two people, accused in 2G spectrum allocation, to travel abroad.

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