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HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014

India

Tokyo calling: What PM Modi, Shinzo Abe have in common

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Kyoto on Saturday, expect the chemistry to crackle and fizz. Put that down to the kindred souls of Asian politics being united by their right-wing views.

Rajasthan on alert over possible infiltration bid by Pak terrorists

The Rajasthan Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) has sounded an alert across the state over a possible infiltration attempt by 15 Pakistan-based terrorists trained in making suicide jackets and improvised explosive devices mounted on vehicles.

‘Accessible’ Modi snubs SPG guard at govt function

Once again Prime Minister Narendra Modi showed that he will not allow his security detail to become a hindrance in his accessibility to general public or his ministerial colleagues.

Modi may depute Saran for border talks with China

Departing from the convention of the NSA doubling up as the ‘special representative’ for boundary talks with Beijing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi may appoint foremost China expert Shyam Saran, a former foreign secretary, as the Indian representative for resolving the vexed issue.

BJP in cahoots with Maoists, says Mamata

The BJP is hobnobbing with the Maoists and is trying to bring back a reign of terror in Jangalmahal area of West Bengal, state chief minister Mamata Banerjee alleged on Friday. She also did not rule joining hands with the CPI(M) to stop the BJP in the state.

PM’s live Teacher's Day address a must view for all schools

All schools across the country have to ensure children watch PM Narendra Modi’s live televised Teachers’ Day address on September 5, a directive from the human resource development ministry has said.

Peace yet to return to riot-hit Muzaffarnagar

Since the Muzaffarnagar riots last year, caste alliances have been shifting in west UP to threaten the political existence of many a leader. And, it impacted the last Lok Sabha elections like never before.

Protests flare up after minor girl ‘abducted’

A Muslim youth allegedly abducted a Hindu minor after reportedly sexually exploiting her for over 10 months.

Karthik ‘rape’ case: court gags 12 news outlets, complainant

A Bengaluru court on Friday issued a gag order on 12 news outlets in Karnataka, preventing them from reporting on a case in which a Kannada actor accused railway minister DV Sadananda Gowda’s son Karthik Gowda of rape and cheating.

Marans got Rs. 600cr bribe in Aircel deal, CBI to court

Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran received a Rs. 600-crore bribe in the Aircel-Maxis deal, the CBI claimed Friday.

BJP goes all out to ensure Apna Dal win in Rohaniya

With the nomination process for assembly by-elections in Uttar Pradesh over, the stage is set for a two-pronged contest between Apna Dal and Samajwadi Party in the pre-dominantly Patel-dominated Rohaniya assembly segment in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency.

Saradha scam: Funds may have been diverted to Bangladesh, W Asia

Enforcement Directorate (ED) sources say the scam-tainted Saradha Group may have diverted nearly Rs. 750 crore to Bangladesh and West Asia with the help of the controversial political outfit Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami.

The Constitution doesn’t allow reservation for minorities: Najma Heptullah

In this second part of a wide-ranging interview with HT, minority affairs minister Najma Heptullah talks about policy-making and the Modi government’s approach to address stark disadvantages faced by some of India’s six religious minorities.

Modi leaves for Japan, says 'grateful' for its contribution to India's development

In the first leg of his visit, the PM will travel to Kyoto, the 'smart city' of Japan, to see the experiment there considering that he intends to build 100 smart cities in India. In a special gesture, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will fly to Kyoto to receive Modi there.

Sonia and Rahul not to campaign in UP bypolls

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi will not campaign for the party’s candidates contesting the by-election to 11 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh.
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