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4 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

India's intelligence agency fears violence over Indira Gandhi film

India's intelligence agency has warned of potential violence around the release of Kaum De Heere , a Punjabi film which portrays the assassination of India's former prime minister Indira Gandhi.

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9 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

'Manmohan Singh sought a soft job, but Indira Gandhi did not agree'

Manmohan Singh, who steered the UPA government for 10 years as prime minister, was looking for a 'soft' job in his 50s but was told by then prime minister Indira Gandhi to become the governor of the Reserve Bank of India as he was "too young to do a soft job", a new book by his daughter has revealed.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Hindustan Times

Amritsar MC to seal hotels today

Notwithstanding the protest launched by members of the Federation of Hotel and Guest Houses Association, Amritsar, the municipal corporation is all set to seal the 'unauthorised' hotels in Galliara area on Wednesday as the 72-hour deadline for sealing came to end on Tuesday evening.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Hindustan Times

Capt liar Preneet nonperformer Sukhbir Badal

Shiromani Akali Dal president and deputy chief minister of Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal on Monday opened a frontal attack on the Patiala royal family by calling Amritsar MP Amarinder Singh a 'liar' and former MP Preneet Kaur a 'non-performer'.

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Mid-Day Mumbai

India calls off talks over Pakistan envoy's invite to separatists

New Delhi/Srinagar: In a tough move, India Monday called off the Aug 25 foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan after the latter's envoy held a meeting with a separatist Kashmiri leader.

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MLive.com

Dig In: New Cumin Indian Cuisine offers buffet, halal meat and more

Cumin Indian Cuisin e opened on Aug. 1 at 3321 Stadium Drive beside Sweetwater's Donut Mill.

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Outlook

Jawans Prepared to Respond to Ceasefire Violations: Jaitley

In a strong message to Pakistan, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today asserted that Indian armed forces are fully prepared to respond to any ceasefire violation by it "Our jawans are fully prepared to respond to any ceasefire violations by Pakistan," the Defence Minister said in a Facebook post after his visit to border posts in Amritsar in Punjab.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Hindustan Times

Will contest 2017 assembly polls Amarinder

With an apparent eye on the chief minister's chair, Congress deputy leader in Lok Sabha and Amritsar MP Capt Amarinder Singh on Sunday reiterated his love for state politics saying he would contest the 2017 assembly elections.

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Hindustan Times

Vote for devoted candidate instead of trophy MLA Sukhbir

Shiromani Akali Dal president and deputy chief minister of Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday urged the residents to vote for a candidate who had devoted himself to people's welfare rather than a 'trophy MLA'.

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Nerve News

India in advanced talks for gas export to Pakistan

State-run gas utilities from India and Pakistan are in advanced talks for export of gas via a pipeline running from Jalandhar in India to the Attari border and to Lahore in Pakistan.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Hindustan Times

Hostile along LoC Pakistan sweet on a different front

Bullets are being exchanged across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, and sweets on the Attari border near Amritsar.

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Hindustan Times

Dr Sidhu raidsillegal bottled water units in Amritsar

Punjab chief parliamentary secretary , health, Dr Navjot Kaur Sidhu here on Wednesday raided local soft drinks and packaged water manufacturing units.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

The Nation

Partition of India & the creation of Pakistan

Dr. Muhammad Sharif Chaudhry - This was the year 1946 and I was studying in the sixth year class of the secondary school in Tihara, District Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

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Hindustan Times

Four out of 10 men addicted to drugs in Punjab

A steady supply from across Punjab's borders is making it next to impossible to cure the state of its deadly addiction to illicit drugs, a Narcotics Control Bureau survey of eight cities including Amritsar and Patiala has shown.

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Outlook

'Saadat Hasan Manto Finest Chronicler of Mumbai'

Almost every great city in modern world has had a chronicler of its own who negotiates with characteristic ease untold stories of people and places.

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Hindustan Times

Badal approves setting up of 3 paramedical science institutes

The Punjab government todaygave its nod for setting up three state-of-the art institutes of para-medical sciences at Patiala, Amritsar and Faridkot.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

Hindustan Times

Captain Amarinder hits campaign trail for Preneet

Former Punjab chief minister and Amritsar MP Capt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said the countdown for the SAD-BJP government's downfall would begin with the alliance's 'defeat' in the August 21 byelection in Patiala.

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The Telegraph

Big egos and bylines

Having recently returned to New Delhi's media environment after reporting from Washington for 14 years for this newspaper, it is difficult to endorse the view of a contemporary publication that the prime minister, Narendra Modi, is engaged in the 'disintermediation of the media' in communicating with the nation.

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Hindustan Times

Film on Indiras assassins to finally release on August 22

After months of stalling due to objections by the censor board, 'Kaum de Heere' , a Punjabi movie on the assassination of the then prime minister Indira Gandhi and the assassins, is set for release on August 22. Some audio notes have been deleted on the board's directions, informs writer-director Ravinder Ravi, "but there is nothing controversial ... (more)

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The Indian Express

Travelogue: Delhi to Manali on a Royal Enfield Continental GT

Royal Enfield hosted the 'Reunion North' weekend-long event at Manali from August 1st to 3rd.

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