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India gives itself less than a year to have toilets for girls in every school - Hindustan Times
SC refuses to disqualify tainted ministers, leaves matter to PM - Hindustan Times
Pak continues to be a safe heaven for terrorists: US - Hindu
Advani, MM Joshi out of BJP’s top panels - Times of India
Indian, Pakistani armies agree to reduce tensions along LoC -
Sheila Dikshit quits as Kerala governor -
Pakistani firing worst since 1971 war: BSF -
New governors named for Rajasthan, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa -
Bharat Ratna as B'day gift for Atal - Aman Sharma, Times of India
Coal ministers since 2004 responsible: Ex-secretary -
Congress wins two seats, BJP one in Karnataka assembly byelections - Naheed Ataulla, Times of India
Bihar bypolls: Lalu-Nitish-Congress alliance wins 6 seats; BJP gets 4 -
Coal blocks allocation illegal: SC -
AAP loses way, deposit in Punjab - Jaideep Sarin,
407 Marxists join BJP in Kerala - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
Pak Rangers helping infiltrators, says BSF - Pioneer
Judicial Bill in SC, Centre gives nod for sending it to states - Maneesh Chhibber, Indian Express
Transferred from Maharashtra to Mizoram, Sankaranarayanan quits - IANS
India strongly responding to firing from Pakistan: BSF -
Saradha Money Fanned Bangla Flames - Arup Chanda, SundayStandard
India giving adequate response to Pakistani provocation: Jaitley -
UPA pressured me to drop names from CAG reports: Vinod Rai - Pradeep Thakur, Times of India
Pak protester cleric Qadri’s Indian link: 10,000 supporters and growing - Zeeshan Shaikh, Indian Express
Sri Lanka must ensure justice for Tamils: Modi -
In major ceasefire violations, Pak shells 22 BSF posts, targets Army; 2 civilians killed - Deepak Nagpal, Zee News
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