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HindustanTimes Wed,26 Nov 2014

India

Won't take BJP's support, they are divisive: PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti

In an interview to HT, Mufti ruled out Wednesday an alliance with the BJP to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir, saying the party was trying to divide the state along communal and ethnic lines.

Measures to ensure security at Punjab border posts taken: govt

The government on Wednesday said that it has taken necessary measures to ensure security at all border posts, including Attari, in Punjab after a recent suicide attack at Wagah border.

26/11: India ranks 6th among countries facing worst impact of terrorism

Though no major terrorist attack has hit India since, the cloud of terrorism is far from over, according to the Global Terrorism Index, 2014, which was recently released by the Institute for Economics and Peace.

250 Indians have admitted to overseas bank accounts: Jaitley

Refuting opposition charges that little was being done to get back illicit money stashed away by Indians abroad, finance minister Arun Jaitley said a lot of ground has been covered and 250 people have conceded to overseas bank accounts.

Huge voter turnout won't impact Kashmir issue, claim separatists

Separatist leaders in Kashmir on Wednesday said that a huge voter turnout in the first phase of the assembly elections will have no bearing on the larger problem of the state.

Rahul Gandhi fails to create flutter in J&K

As Jammu and Kashmir witnessed an impressive turnout for Phase-1 polls on Tuesday, what went almost unnoticed was Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's visit to the state to address rallies in Kupwara in north Kashmir and Poonch in Jammu division.

Modi's success more external than internal, says Omar

Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference president, Omar Abdullah, on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the PM has failed to deliver on promises he made before coming to power.

School teacher shot dead in Bihar

A lady school teacher was gunnded down by unidentified assailants on Wednesday in Begusarai district of Bihar.

'BJP misleading people about J&K'

Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday hit out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) saying the saffron party's leadership was misleading people about J&K as it was ignorant of the ground realities in the state.

NC manifesto out; party sticks to stand on autonomy, Article 370 and AFSPA

The National Conference on Wednesday released its election manifesto, reiterating the party's traditional stand on issues like Article 370, revocation of AFSPA and autonomy.

Saarc pacts: Nepal working to remove 'roadblocks'

Nepal on Friday said it was working to remove 'roadblocks' in signing of the SAARC connectivity agreements, which were stalled by Pakistan on the pretext that they have not completed their "internal processes".

Vaiko celebrates Prabhakaran's birth anniversary

NDA ally, MDMK chief Vaiko and pro-Tamil outfits on Thursday celebrated the 60th birth anniversary of slain LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran.

Saarc: PM Modi, Sharif maintain distance; no prospect of 'structured meeting'

India said Wednesday it had no plans for a 'structured meeting' between PM Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart, Nawaz Sharif, amid speculation over whether the two will hold talks at Saarc summit.

Meet the 26/11 hero-turned-AAP MLA

As the AAP held out its reachout election campaign, its MLA Surender Singh’s heart was somewhere else. The former NSG commando who fought terrorists at the Taj Hotel exactly six years ago quietly took a flight to Mumbai on Wednesday.

High voter turnout success of democracy: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and working president of the National Conference (NC) Omar Abdullah Wednesday said the high voter turnout in the state assembly polls is a success of democracy.
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