MoD not to accept from Johar Rs 5 cr as it accepts only voluntary donations
The Ministry of Defence has decided not to accept Rs 5 crore which film producer Karan Johar had been asked to deposit in the armed forces’ battle casualty fund in lieu of his movie  ‘Ai Dil Hai Mushkil’ being allowed to be released. MoD sources said the battle casualty fund accepts only voluntary donations.
Amarinder Singh’s changing stance on Sidhu, now welcomes him to Congress
Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh on Monday said he had no reservations on Navjot Singh Sidhu and other leaders of Awaz-e-Punjab joining the Congress. A press release said that in an informal chat with the media in Patiala, Amarinder said he had always maintained that Sidhu and all other leaders aligned to the Congress policies were welcome to join the party.
Unprovoked Pak firing: Another BSF jawan killed on Sunday night
Another Border Security Force (BSF) personnel was killed and two others injured in unprovoked firing from Pakistan in the border district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday night. Head Constable Sushil Kumar (47) was injured when he was hit by a burst of fire from Pakistan's side in RS Pura sector of Jammu. He was rushed to a government hospital in Jammu where succumbed to injuries late on Sunday night.
Indian, Pakistanis origin voters make common cause in U.S. Presidential election
Rabab Quamar was one of the three volunteers on shift on Monday afternoon, canvassing voters over the phone at the Democratic Party campaign office on the outskirts of the city, which is considered the capital of the global automobile industry. I am calling to seek your support for Dr. Anil Kumar for U.S. Congress,” she says at the start of each call, and then goes on to offer specifics about the candidate’s track record and positions. 
A just code would be better than a uniform civil code
This may be difficult for television anchors to accept but many jurists do question the idea that all law must come from the State. The divide between the socialists and liberals is clearly visible. “Legal pluralism” and “radical libertarianism” are well-recognised scholarly traditions. There is a consensus that the State is not the only source of law. 
Indo-Pak war mindedness has a different formulation
ur Constitution shares something with Leo Tolstoy. ‘War and peace.’ Those three words, written exactly like the title of his classic novel, comprise Entry 15 in the Union List of our Constitution. In mindscapes as ordinary as mine, this simply means that the Union of India, and the Union of India alone, can decide when to declare war, when to return to peace.
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On the orders of Supreme Court order, Punjab to cancel Monopoly of L1A liquor licenses given to eight firms
The Punjab Government to cancel its controversial L 1 A Liqour licenses policy, which had virtually created a monopoly of `super wholesaler' in the state. Earlier, the Punjab and Haryana high court's had termed the provision as invalid and inoperative. This is an embarrassment for the Parkash Singh Badal government in Punjab as it had challenged the high court's order in the Supreme Court along with a private company.
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Haryana award of Rs 4 crore to Silver medalist Deepa Malik
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday announced a cash reward of Rs four crore for Deepa Malik who scripted history by winning a silver medal in shot put at the 2016 Rio Paralympics Games.Congratulating Malik, who hails from the state's Sonipat  district, he said the award would be given to her under the new sports policy for winning a medal in Paralympics.
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Grieved Gurnam’s family makes humble plea to provide better medical facilities
BSF Jawan Gurnam Singh’s grieved family said the Border Security Force (BSF) jawan, who succumbed last night to his injuries sustained during cross-border firing, would have been alive had he been provided better medical facilities. The 26-year-old, who the BSF said would be recommended for a gallantary award and whose injury led to the strong retaliatory firing that left seven Pakistan Rangers dead, was being treated at GMCH in Jammu.
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NSAs of India, Pak. during telephonic contact agrees to reduce tension along LoC: Aziz
 The National Security Advisors (NSAs) of India and Pakistan have spoken over the phone and agreed to reduce tensions on the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Monday as tensions soared high between the two nations after India’s surgical strikes.
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