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Express 5: Omar on J&K floods; RSS’ campaign against Love Jihad

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 14, 2014 8:48:08 am
EXPRESS-759 Read five special stories from The Indian Express before you start your day.

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day:

OMAR ABDULLAH ON J&K FLOODS

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah addresses a press confrence in Srinagar on Friday, Sept 12, 2014. (Source: PTI Photo) Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah addresses a press confrence in Srinagar on Friday, Sept 12, 2014. (Source: PTI Photo)

The suffering and difficulty that I’ve seen the people of my state go through has been unimaginable, and at times almost overwhelming, but I want others to get a sense of what it has been like to try and lead Jammu and Kashmir through these difficult times.

READ: Omar Abdullah: I can’t remember another natural disaster where govt was so completely paralysed 

RSS’ CAMPAIGN AGAINST LOVE JIHAD IN WESTERN UP

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Tyagi and his 100-plus team of RSS volunteers attend calls, upload Facebook messages, go door-to-door and hold protests in western UP against ‘love jihad’, armed with Google Maps, WhatsApp and lawyers

READ: The Love Patrol

OPINION

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There are ancient problems in our ancient land that are as important as national security and the economic slowdown, but us political pundits prefer to ignore them.

READ: Fifth column: Parivartan needed urgently

DAVIS CUP

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Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna pulled off one of the most stunning comebacks of India’s Davis Cup history against the highly-rated Serbians Nenad Zimonjic and Illija Bozoljac

READ: It’s not over till it’s over

IDEA EXCHANGE

AAP leader Manish Sisodia says Congress  is cause of the problems which they want to change. AAP leader Manish Sisodia says Congress is cause of the problems which they want to change.

We knew from day one that we are not in for a majority in the Lok Sabha. We were not prepared, we did not have an organisation of that sort. Our candidates had very little time to prepare for the elections.

READ: ‘We’ll bring Lokpal, but today people say they value power, water bills more’

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