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HindustanTimes Thu,21 Aug 2014

India

Readership figures
HT far ahead of rivals,  confirms fresh audit

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This puts at rest, once and for all, the debate over the past six months wherein some readership figures had witnessed a dip compared to past surveys, thereby prompting some publishers to raise questions about IRS’ accuracy.

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RSS wants all post-1947 secret files made public

Bhopal
The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) wants all official papers of Independent India to be declassified, saying it’s time to open up — a demand that is likely to make the government uncomfortable.

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East Bengal club official arrested for Saradha link

East Bengal and Mohun Bagan
The CBI arrested East Bengal Club official Debabrata Sarkar alias Nitu on Wednesday evening in connection with the Saradha scam. On August 14, CBI sleuths had carried out a search in his north Kolkata residence and seized a few incriminating documents that led to his arrest.

Passengers panic, complete chaos after IndiGo flight catches fire

IndiGo Airlines
There was complete chaos inside Indigo flight 6E-176 from Mumbai as passengers rushed towards the exits after smoke started spewing from the plane that landed on runway 9-27 of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport on Wednesday afternoon.

What lies at the heart of Assam-Nagaland dispute

Golaghat Assam
Union minister of state for home, Kiren Rijiju is going to Guwahati on Thursday and would sit with Gogoi and Zelian to sort out the problem. 3 more killed in Assam, Nagaland border flare-up; Gogoi blames Centre

My India My Vote
Mandal already looks a wobbly plank

Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar
Observers say the bypolls will show whether Mandal politics is still relevant two decades later in Bihar. For, India, meanwhile, has got the taste of liberalisation and the promise of inclusive growth by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

India talks tough as Basit defends meeting separatists

Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit
Sharpening its aggressive position on the Pakistan envoy’s meeting Hurriyat leaders, New Delhi said on Wednesday the principle that India and Pakistan are the only two stakeholders on the issue of Jammu & Kashmir is the bedrock of the bilateral relationship between the neighbours.

Chavan to skip Modi’s meeting

Mumbai monorail
The bitterness between the Congress and the BJP is growing as assembly elections approach in four states, including Maharashtra.

2 diplomats in race to be PM’s G-20 summit ‘sherpa’

Modi INS Kolkata
Indian Ambassador to Russia PS Raghavan and former diplomat Hardeep Singh Puri are in contention to be appointed as personal emissary or “sherpa” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia on November 15-16.

Freedom from dowry
'Dowry' is the most hated word in this part of the world

Sajidha
In Nilambur, not a single dowry related case has been reported in many years. The town has shown the world how to contain social evils effectively.

Bihar’s political discourse changing

Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar
Bihar’s political landscape is undergoing a sea change. And the change is not only the recent tie-up between Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar but also the preoccupations of both the NDA and the BJP camps with national rather than local issues.

Indian Army doing enough to stop Chinese incursions: Jaitley

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley
Defence minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said Chinese patrol guards did come within the Indian boundary, but the Indian Army's 'approach' has been sufficient to stop them from encroaching Indian land.
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