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National Child Labour Project to be implemented in J-K
Jammu and Kashmir will implement the National Child Labour Project (NCLP) in its three districts to check exploitation of children in the State. ANI

Indian Idol clash: Curfew lifted in Siliguri
Curfew in Siliguri was lifted today as the city returned to normalcy after violence erupted on Friday when fans of Indian Idol Prashant Tamang clashed with local residents. ANI

Sonia to address UN General Assembly on October 2
Congress President Sonia Gandhi today left for New York to attend the UN General Assembly, which she will address on October 2. ANI

24 injured in twin blasts in Assam
At least 24 people were injured in twin blasts in Upper Assams Tinsukia District on Sunday evening. ANI

UP Govt sacks 7400 more policemen
Mayawati led government in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday announced sacking of more 7,400 policemen from government service and suspended seven other IPS officers for alleged irregularities in the recruitment process carried out during Samajwadi party rule. ANI

Labh Janjua, Punjabs playback singer, is hit with Bollywood producers
Labh Janjua, a playback singer from Khanna in Punjab, has become a favourite with several Bollywood producers, after he lent his voice to popular chartbusters, including O Yaara Dhol Bajake of Bollywood movie Dhol and Soni De Nakhre of Partner. ANI

Marketing plazas to boost J-K handicraft industry
The Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) will set up two marketing plazas in Jammu and Kashmir to provide better marketing facilities to rural artisans in the State. ANI

Sikhs protest against closure of 1984-riot case against Jagdish Tytler
Scores of Sikh activists staged a protest demonstration here today against the closure of the 1984 Sikh riot case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler. ANI

Two militants gunned down in Kashmir
Security forces today shot dead two militants, who were holed up overnight in a village mosque in Kashmir, in a gun battle. ANI

Indian Buddhist monks express solidarity with their Burmese counterparts
Indian Buddhist monks on Sunday held a sit-in against the violent crackdown of pro-democracy demonstrators in Myanmar and expressed solidarity with their counterparts in Myanmar, who are facing repression by the military junta there. ANI

General J J Singh expresses satisfaction over his tenure as Army Chief
Outgoing Army Chief General J J Singh on Sunday said that he was satisfied over strides made by the countrys army during his tenure. ANI

Mob ransack hospital in Uttar Pradesh
Angry mob here today ransacked a hospital after a newborn allegedly died due to medical negligence. ANI

Karunanidhi to go on hunger strike on Monday over Sethusamudram project
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi will be go on a day-long hunger strike on Monday in support of the Sethusamudram project. ANI

General Deepak Kapoor assumes office of Chief of Army Staff
General Deepak Kapoor today became the 23rd Chief of Army Staff after assuming the office from the outgoing General J J Singh at a simple ceremony here. eneral Kapoor will be paying homage to martyrs on Monday by laying wreaths at the Amar Jawan Jyoti. He is the first Army Chief who is an alumnus of Sainik School, and was commissioned in the Corps of Artillery in June 1967. ANI

Gandhi statue in abysmal condition in Lucknow Municipal compound
While the nation is all set to commemorate the 138th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on Tuesday (October 2), the condition of his statue in the Lucknow Municipal Corporations compound presents a shocking picture about its upkeep. ANI

Doll making, an attractive vocation for eves in Tripura
Doll-making is emerging as a major fascination for many women in Tripura with an increasing number of girls and housewives evincing keen interest in doll-making as a lucrative profession, courtesy Shukla Chakraborty of Agartala. ANI

Kuchipudi danseuse on AIDS awareness campaign
Kuchipudi dance was performed on the lines of a ballet to spread AIDS awareness among the masses in Hyderabad on Saturday. ANI

Supreme Court stays DMK-sponsored Tamil Nadu shutdown
The Supreme Court today put a stay on a shutdown called by the Dravida Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK) led ruling alliance in Tamil Nadu on Monday or any other day on the issue of Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project. ANI

Pak parliamentarian attends Bhagat Singhs birth anniversary celebrations
Pakistani Member of National Assembly (MNA) Mansoor Ansari came to India to attend the 100th birth anniversary celebrations of freedom fighter Bhagat Singh in the Narli Village of Punjabs Tarn Taran District. ANI

Congress, SP to form alliance in UP for next general polls: Websit
Congress party president Sonia Gandhi and Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav are reportedly going to sign a secret deal to form an electoral alliance in Uttar Pradesh for the next general elections. ANI

Qutub music festival begins in Delhi
It was a perfect setting for the music lovers of the Capital, as a host of singers performed through out the evening at the annual musical event Qutub Festival that started on Saturday. ANI

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