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Withdrawal of BJP from Jammu and Kashmir government could herald 'muscular policy'

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NEW DELHI The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) quit the ruling coalition in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday and called for federal control over the disputed Himalayan region, citing a deterioration in security that could herald a new crackdown.

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U.S. to pull out of U.N. human rights body - source 10:44pm IST

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China's Xi praises North Korea's Kim for Trump summit, promises support 10:01pm IST

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