Congress confident of winning two thirds majority
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CHANDIGARH: A high powered committee of the Punjab Congress which met here today expressed confidence that the party was set to win two-thirds majority in the coming elections scheduled to be held in 2017. “There is a massive groundswell against the ruling Akali-BJP alliance and only the Congress was in a position to provide better governance and government”, PCC president Capt Amarinder Singh told the meeting.
Hello I am Parklash Singh Badal calling!
Punjab Khabar
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today reviewed the progress of pro-poor welfare schemes by personally talking to the beneficiaries in order to seek their genuine feedback on one hand and get the first hand information about their implementation of these schemes on the other.
Badal ruins PSPCL, issued 25000 out of turn tubewell connections: AAP
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CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday accused Chioef Minister Parkash Singh badal for ruining andpoliticising PSPCL and discriminating more than 4 Lakh applicants waiting for tube well connections. 
J&K CRISIS: A legitimacy crisis of the Indian state and a standing rebuke to Indian democracy?
Kashmir evokes, above all else, an overpowering and numbing sense of futility. When “heaven is on fire”, to use Muzamil Jaleel’s evocative phrase, it is not clear to whom words are addressed. How can one address words to the Indian state that has repeatedly produced outcomes of the kind we have just witnessed since Burhan Wani’s killing: Thirty-one young people killed, scores injured, many blinded? What does one say to this state that has, whatever the formal legalities and mitigating circumstances of the case may be, acted as an occupying army, immobilising considerations of justice at every turn? 
Kashmir upsurge: Kashmir is more than a piece of land, it is people
I am not surprised that the Kashmir valley is on the boil. The surprise is that it has taken so many months after the demise of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for the people to rise in revolt.We must define ‘Kashmir’. To most people it is another state that is part of the territory of India. It may have acceded to India two months after India became independent on August 15, 1947, yet it is an integral part of India. Words are pregnant with meaning: state, territory of India, and integral part of India. The emphasis is on the land.
J&K unrest: Kashmir has similarities with Ireland, Spanish Basque and Quebec
Unhappy militants are usually unhappy in the same way. What connects, for example, the Northern Irish and the Basque Spanish, of the past, with today’s Kashmiris and Palestinians is that they would rather crawl on broken glass than give up their activism. This happens when resistance becomes an integral aspect of culture and an identity badge, as it, unfortunately, has in Kashmir. It is no longer a political weapon but, as “culture”, it throbs like a heart.
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Kashmir on fire death tool rise to 21, 6 more deaths take toll to 21
Kashmir continued to be on the boil with six more people, including a cop, getting killed in violence on Sunday, raising the death toll to 21, even as curfew-like restrictions were in place and Mobile internet services remained suspended. 
Amarnath Yatra also remained suspended for the second day owing to the unrest in the valley in which over 200 people, many of them police and security personnel, have been injured.
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Pakistan’s nuclear ability to an 'target' Delhi in a few minutes: Khan
Nuclear-armed Pakistan has the ability to "target" the Indian capital Delhi in five minutes, the father of Pakistan's nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said. Addressing a gathering here on the 18th anniversary of Pakistan's first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998, Khan, said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move".
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