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HindustanTimes Mon,22 Sep 2014

India

Only AIR, DD to air breaking news, I&B ministry tells netas

The information and broadcasting ministry has written to all the Union ministries and departments to give all breaking news, relating to government decisions and policy initiatives, only to AIR and Doordarshan before private TV channels and news agencies.

Soon, babus may also work from home

They are already spending longer hours at office but now government officials may soon end up working out of office too. The Narendra Modi government this week lifted a decade-old restriction on the purchase of laptops, notepads and tablets iPads for central government officials.

Jaitley to attend investors meet in London

Union finance minister Arun Jaitley will be the first minister of the Narendra Modi -led BJP government to visit London when he comes here for an investors meet in October, official sources told HT.

Chinese pitch tents in Chumar; stand off continues

The stand-off in Chumar area of Ladakh area took a new turn on Sunday with Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) pitching seven tents well within the Indian territory and showing no signs of withdrawing from the territory.

In 3 months, another case against DIG Paraskar

Suspended deputy inspector general of police, Sunil Paraskar, accused of raping a 26-year-old woman, has been booked in another case, this time for outraging the modesty of a woman.

3 AAP MLAs land in Goa, trigger fears of poaching by BJP

Three AAP MLAs, Ashok Kumar Chauhan, Dharmender Singh Koli and Prakash Jarwal, left Delhi at noon and landed in Goa before being contacted by the party and asked to immediately return to Delhi.

Nurse murdered in staff quarters in Delhi

A 45-year-old nurse working at Lok Nayak Hospital in Delhi was found murdered. Her body was found in a semi-nude condition in the bathroom at the hospital’s staff quarters located near Delhi Gate in central Delhi.

Bihar: Dalits dragged by horses, hit with pistol butt

Three persons, including two Dalit workers of the ruling Janata Dal (United), were allegedly tied to horses and dragged for quite a distance before being tied to a pole and hit with a pistol butt and sticks, over a political dispute.

Triple talaq in one go worst form of divorce: scholars

Concerned over the increasing divorce rate among Muslims, the ulema and scholars in the community have launched a sustainable movement to eradicate the practice of ‘triple talaq’.

India drops Israeli missile for Arjun Tank

In an exclusive interview to HT, DRDO chief Avinash Chander said, 'The LAHAT missile doesn’t figure in our plans anymore. We are dropping it. We have been working on a tube-launched anti-tank missile, which hopefully can be configured for the tank’s cannon.'

NC worker shot dead in Srinagar

Lateef Ahmad Gupkari was shot at from close range by militants this afternoon, police said. He was rushed to Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences at Soura where doctors declared him dead on arrival.

UP buys record power to tide over crisis

The Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Ltd (UPPCL) on Saturday made a record purchase of 43 million units (MU) of power to tide over an unprecedented crisis gripping the country’s most populous state.

Have roadmap to channelise Indians' capability: Modi

India has a chance to rise to its glory of the past, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who says he has a clear roadmap to channelise the capability of India's people.

Bilawal a daydreamer: Indian Union Muslim League

Indian Union Muslim League on Sunday dubbed Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as one of the 'daydreamers' in Pakistan for his Kashmir remarks and said every inch of Indian territory will be protected to the last minute.

Saradha scam: Nalini Chidambaram examined by CBI

CBI sleuths investigating the multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam examined Nalini Chidambaram, wife of former union finance minister P Chidambaram in Chennai on Saturday.
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