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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

India

Bungalow row: 'Ajit Singh gaining political ground'

The Centre’s eviction notice for the Lutyens’ Delhi bungalow occupied by him could not have come at a better time for Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) chief Ajit Singh who has cleverly turned the controversy into a political opportunity.

Don't care about elections right now: Omar Abdullah

As water leaves behind the trail of destruction and devastation, Abdullah says the upcoming elections are not his concern anymore, having a dry and normal Srinagar is.

Court issues production warrant against Syndicate Bank CMD

A special court on Saturday issued production warrants against Syndicate Bank CMD S K Jain and one other co-accused in a bribery case after CBI said they were required to be confronted with alleged middleman Purushottam Totlani who surrendered after evading arrest.

Fresh perjury plea filed against Prashant Bhushan

The CBI on Saturday filed a fresh perjury plea against lawyers Prashant Bhushan and Kamini Jaiswal and their NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation, accusing them of intentionally making false statements against the agency’s director Ranjit Sinha before the Supreme Court.

BJP leaders meet Rajapaksa; discuss Tamils in Lanka

Two senior BJP leaders on Saturday met President Mahinda Rajapaksa in Colombo and stressed that the pending issues relating to Tamils in Sri Lanka need to be resolved within the framework of the country's Constitution.

Members of Bill Gates delegation to meet Varanasi Mayor

 A delegation from US embassy in Mid-November will be in Varanasi to know about PM Modi's mission clean-Ganga.

PM Modi gets world's largest birthday card from his old school

Prime Minister Narendra Modi got a unique gift on his birthday Sep 17. The school where he studied in his hometown in Gujarat made him the world's largest greeting card with birthday wishes in 23 languages, his brother said Saturday.

No Modi wave, INLD to form next govt in Haryana: Chautala

Haryana's main Opposition party Indian National Lok Dal on Saturday said there was no "Modi wave" in the country and claimed it was well positioned to form the next government in the state after assembly polls scheduled for October 15.

Chinese troops back in Ladakh after retreat during Xi's visit

After more than 100 of their men moved back a kilometre from point 30R on the Indian side of the LAC, apparently on the instructions of Xi, the PLA forces sat in their vehicles for a day before around 70 returned to the site on Saturday, with seven tents, four trucks and three jeeps.

UP: Killing of monkeys leads to communal tension

The killing of eight monkeys flared up communal tension in Macherheta area of Sitapur district on Saturday. Police force has been deployed in the area to maintain law and order as protesting villagers blocked the movement of traffic on Mishrikh- Sitapur highway.

Now, ABVP to create awareness about 'love jihad'

In a bizarre statement, Sunil Ambekar, secretary of ABVP, said that incidents of Muslim men trapping Hindu girls into love affairs in UP was a sensitive issue and should be dealt with seriously.

In Anandiben’s raj, ministers enjoy more clout, independence

Chief minister Anandiben Patel’s office was buzzing with activity late on Thursday. After PM Narendra Modi’s ‘homecoming’, and Chinese president Xi Jinping’s day out in Ahmedabad, Patel was back in office — looking at pending work.

J-K: Recuperating after a massive deluge

Initial estimates by Assocham, an consortium of companies and business professionals, has put the state’s losses at a staggering Rs. 5,400-5,700 crores, a figure that exceeds 10% of the state’s GDP.

An app to help pilgrims find their way during the Haj

Ahead of the pilgrimage to Mecca, this year, Haj pilgrims from Chhattisgarh have been responding overwhelmingly to the Haj app, a user-friendly mobile application software, designed and launched in the state.

J-K: The safety valves that never opened

As the flood waters recede slowly from parts of Srinagar city, there are gaping holes in the line of action adopted by the state administration to prevent the floods, fuelling fears that political considerations superceded rational action in dealing with the situation.
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