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    People evacuated from Sutlej banks
    SHIMLANEW DELHI, AUG. 9.AUG. 9. The Himachal Pradesh administration has been put on high alert and the people living close to the Sutlej have been told to evacuate their homes in the wake of reports that an artificial dam on the India-China ...

    Trapped workers rescued from tunnel
    SHIMLA, AUG. 9. At least 20 labourers trapped in a tunnel over the weekend at the 2051-MW Parvati Hydel Project site in the Barsaini area in Kullu district were rescued today. A massive cloudburst and flash floods had caused a landslip and ...

    Tearful family reunion for freed PoWs
    WAGAH BORDER (AMRITSAR), AUG. 9. Lance Naik Jagsir Singh and Sapper Mohammed Arif, who were held prisoners of war (PoW) for the last five years by Pakistan, since the Kargil war, today took the final steps to freedom across the international ...

    KGL reworks negotiating strategy
    MANAMA, AUG. 9. The Kuwaiti transport company, whose seven employees including three Indian truck drivers have been taken hostage in Iraq, appears to have tapped new channels of communication after declaring that it had given up on Sheikh Hisham ...

    Red alert issued in Himachal
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 9.Armed and paramilitary forces have been put on red alert in Himachal Pradesh as the artificial lake that was formed on the Chinese side of the India, China border after a landslip last month has started spilling over and can ...

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