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Following are the top stories of the northern region at 2000 hrs:

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Following are the top stories of the northern region at 2000 hrs: DEL38 JK-MEHBOOBA-LD ABDULLAH Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir's main opposition party, National Conference, advises the to ask its ally and the Centre for help against attempts to alter Constitutional provisions that give special status to the state: Political sources. DEL30 BJP-LD MP-DEAD New Delhi: Former Union minister and MP from Sanwar Lal Jat died here of cardiac arrest aged 62: Top AIIMS official. DEL34 JK-BOY Srinagar: A 16-year-old boy dies after suffering pellet injuries during clashes between protestors and security forces that broke near the site of an encounter in Tral area of Pulwama district of where three militants were killed. DES9 UP-ADITYANATH-GANGA Lucknow: Chief Minister says that maintaining the cleanliness and 'aviralta' (ever- flowing nature) of Ganga was the responsibility of all, as rivers were connected to the development of present and future generations. DES12 PANEL-ARMY LIKE APPRAISAL New Delhi: A parliamentary panel suggests making partial disclosure to civil services officers of their performance appraisal report on the lines of the process followed by the Army. DES15 UP-BJP-LD-BLOOD-DONORS-DIRECTORY Lucknow/Gorakhpur: The prepares a list of 1.35 lakh party workers, who would be virtually a phone call away from the relatives of patients admitted in hospitals and would not hesitate to donate blood: DES21 RSQ-KASHMIR-SEPARATISTS New Delhi: Some key Kashmiri separatists are in touch with militant leaders based in Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, and are believed to be receiving funds from across the border, the Rajya Sabha has been informed. DES10 DL-ASSEMBLY-SPEAKER-REPLIES New Delhi: Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel warns officers of strict action if they fail to provide written answers on time, sought by the legislators during the Question Hour. DES18 CBSE-SCHOOLS-INDEPENDENCE New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) asks its affiliated schools across the country to ensure that Independence day celebrations do not cause "undue strain" to students. DES20 DL-DCW-JAVDEKAR New Delhi: The Commission for Women (DCW) alleges that colleges here are charging "high" hostel fee and imposing "discriminatory" rules for girls, and seeks Union Prakash Javadekar's intervention. DES4 JK-OMAR Srinagar: Former chief minister says Congress leader Ahmed Patel's win in Gujarat Rajya Sabha polls "should have never been this difficult" and the opposition needs to introspect and shift strategy to counter the in the 2019 general elections. DES6 CH-STALKING-FATHER Chandigarh: The father of a Chandigarh-based woman, who has filed a police complaint against the Haryana chief's son for allegedly stalking her, says there "was no instance yet" of any pressure from the family of the accused.

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First Published: Wed, August 09 2017. 20:13 IST