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HC relief for Priyanka on house details
The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Tuesday stayed the State Information Commission’s order asking Priyanka Vadra, daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, to reveal information on her house under construction here to a Right to Information activist in 10 days. Ms.Vadra had challenged the order in the High Court last week.
CM Virbhadra Singh dedicates projects worth Rs. 120 crore in Shimla Rural
Himachal cabinet decides to set up AIIMS at Bilaspur
Chief Minister directs for early completion of HPTDC projects

Modernization of police more important than building roads: Badal
Waking up to the threat posed by terrorists following the attack on Dinanagar police station in Gurdaspur, Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday emphasized the need to give more priority for modernizing police than developmental works like building roads and bridges. "We can wait for some more time for funds for building bridges and roads, but money for modernizing the police force must be released immediately," said Badal while talking to mediapersons here.
SAD calls meeting to finalise for dharna against BSF
Gynaecologist suspended , SMO MO put on notice
Punjab CM wants prompt release of state’s 13 life convicts

Fog, cold wave unabated in Punjab, Haryana
Foggy conditions and a cold wave continued to affect normal life in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Friday. Most parts of both states and Chandigarh witnessed moderate to dense fog Friday, weather officials said here.
Committed to ensure all round development: Khattar
14 ducks found dead in Haryana; govt officials inspect village
Cold wave continues in Punjab, Haryana

Science and spiritualism complimentary to each other: CM Chouhan
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that science and spiritualism are complimentary to each other. India boasts of tradition of respecting all ideologies of the world. The Chief Minister was addressing an ideological seminar on science and spiritualism here today. Eminent nationalist thinker Krishna Gopal was the chief guest and Chancellor of Swami Vivekananda Yoga and Research Institute, Bengaluru Dr. H. R. Nagendra the keynote speaker.
Situation remains tensed but peaceful at Bhojshala in MP,both groups offer prayers at disputed site
BJP Suspends Leader Gulab Singh Kirar Named in Vyapam Scam Case by CBI
Police officers-employees present Rs.2.32 crore cheque to CM Chouhan for assistance to earthquake affected people

Varanasi to witness PM Modi-Kejriwal faceoff again this month on Ravidas Jayanti
For the first time after the Lok Sabha polls in 2014, Varanasi will again witness Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal 's presence on the same day. Both the leaders are schedule to visit the city on February 22 on the occasion of Ravidas Jayanti. Both of them had contested the Lok Sabha polls from the constituency where PM Modi emerged as the winner.
Utttar Pradesh Budget 2016: Rs 814 crore for Lucknow Metro,two new greenfield cities
Samajwadi Party waves Rajya Sabha support card in fight against Uttar Pradesh governor Ram Naik
Fencing champion Hoshiyar Singh allegedly thrown out of train,dies

Rajnath favours reduction in central forces in NE
Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday favoured reduction in deployment of central forces in the North East in view of the improved security scenario in the region. In the wake of improvement in security scenario, there is a need to review deployment of security forces in the region. At present the deployment is more than it was when the insurgency was at its peak," he told a conference of North East chief ministers.
Assam violence: Toll reaches 76, four districts put under curfew
Bodo militant attack : PM, Rajnath Singh to visit violence-hit Assam
NDFB (S) militants kill 41 in Assam, PM condemns

Arvind Kejriwal accuses Modi govt of transferring two of his best officers out of Delhi
In a fresh salvo, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday accused the Narendra Modi government of transferring two of his best officers out of the state. The Delhi CM posted on micro-blogging site Twitter: Without consulting elected government,Modi government transfers two of our best officers out of Del - VAT commissioner and Director Education. He added,Sends one of them to Lakshdweep.
AAP Government Withdraws Ads,Posters Critical of PM Narendra Modi
Reviving national agitation to advising Kejriwal on Yadav,Bhushan: Decoding Hazare s Delhi visit
Delhi Police arrest second person accused of stabbing 19-year-old girl

BJP s second leader killed in Bihar within 12 hours, Modi criticises Nitish
Bharatiya Janata Party's Bihar vice-president Visheshwar Ojha was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Arrah area on Friday evening. According to ANI, Ojha was returning from a wedding when some unidentified assailants fired at him and fled the scene. Ojha's driver and a man also got injured in the incident. Criticising the Bihar government for failing to curb crime,BJP leader Sushil Modi said, "Chief Minister is only attending meetings to control Law and Order but criminals are out of control."
First signs of anti-BJP front in UP emerge as Nitish meets RLD chief
Patna HC stays Nitish Kumar govt s publicity blitzkrieg
Development of Bihar is our prime agenda: PM

Winter Session of Chhattisgarh Assembly begins from Monday
The Winter Session of Chhattisgarh Assembly begins tomorrow with Congress planning to corner the ruling BJP on several issues, including the botched sterilisation surgeries in Bilaspur which claimed the lives of 13 women.
BJP president Amit Shah to visit Raipur on Friday
Chhattisgarh will become Naxal-free soon: Raman Singh
Seven alleged Maoists held in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar region

Raghubar Das to take oath as Jharkhand CM on Sunday
The BJP on Friday broke from tradition and chose Raghubar Das, the first non-tribal, to be the new chief minister of Jharkhand in 14 years since it was carved out of Bihar.
Raghubar Das to be Jharkhand’s new CM
BJP-LP meeting on Friday to elect new Jharkhand leader
BJP workers celebrate as Jharkhand votes for “Acchhe Din”

Rahul Gandhi holds padyatra in Rajasthan,attacks Narendra Modi over corruption,land bill
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who arrived in Rajasthan on Thursday, said his party will not let the Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA government grab land from the people. Gearing up to take on the government in Parliament, Gandhi accused the NDA government of denying rights to the poor, farmers and tribals. "I want to assure you that Congress will not let the NDA government have a single inch of land.
Modi government is helping absconder Lalit Modi: Sachin Pilot
Vasundhara Raje signs MoU for 1,000 MW solar plant in Jodhpur
Kota:Husband chops off wife’s nose, four fingers over property dispute

Indian Army gets 601 new officers after passing-out parade
A total of 601 cadets were inducted into the Indian army as officers in Uttarakhand's capital city Dehradun after a passing-out parade at the prestigious Indian Military Academy. Afghan Army Chief General Sher Mohammad Karimi reviewed the parade which was held on Drill Square in front of the historic Chetwood building amidst tight security.
Three-year-old Uttarakhand boy returns Rs 50,000 found in a bank to its manager
Now, passport verification process to be hassle-free
Centre nod to state govt to use upto five-hectare forest land in flood-hit areas

GU in EMRC staffer appointment controversy
The Gujarat University (GU) is gripped by a controversy over the appointment of Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMRC) staffers. The GU officials feel that the vice-chancellor (VC) should seek approval from the University Grant Commission (UGC) before commencing the process of appointment.
Twelve years after Godhra riots, Justice Nanavati Commission hands over probe report to Gujarat CM
Ahmedabad Airport: New Gateway for Gold Smugglers?
Pakistani hackers deface two Gujarat state government websites

Two Army personnel killed in Kashmir gunfight
Two Army personnel were killed and four others injured on Saturday in a gunfight between militants and security forces in north Kashmir's Kupwara district. Two Army personnel were killed and four others including an officer injured in the encounter with militants in Marsari village of Chowkibal border area,a senior police officer told IANS here.
Uncertainty over govt formation in JK
J-K: 2 children killed, 10 injured as cloudburst hits Amarnath yatra base camp
Won t allow another Kargil: Army Chief

Sikkim Chief Minister Chairs Meeting with Police Officers
Sikkim Chief Minister, Pawan Chamling who also holds the portfolio of Home Department, chaired a high level meeting with the Police Officers of Sikkim Police in Gangtok.
Workshop For Empowerment Of Fisheries And Aquaculture
Sikkim Winter Carnival 2013 started today