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#HTAnalysis | No matter what the hawks in the security establishment think, New Delhi could end up spoiling its case in the Valley if regular dialogue, or at least a semblance of it, isn’t given a chance soon, writes Vinod Sharma.

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Here are the top stories you need to read this morning.

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Who won, who lost? Here's a detailed breakdown of the #MCDElectionResults

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The BJP scored a hat-trick in the Delhi civic polls as it comfortably retained control of the three municipal corporations, dealing a severe blow to the AAP and dashing the Congress’ hope of a revival.

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Delhi Police constable Ashok Kumar said he often gives blood to road accident victims but it was for the first time that he did so for a suspected criminal wounded by his own bullet.

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The 55-year-old was waylaid by a mob on April 1 when he was transporting cows for his small dairy farm, beaten up mercilessly, and he died of his wounds two days later.

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Though diminutive in physique, Madvi Hidma, who heads the first military battalion of the CPI (Maoist) has built up a reputation for himself as a ruthless rebel leader who runs a network of dedicated informers across the region.

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A team of Niti Aayog and department of industrial policy and promotion members has prepared a report that is currently being discussed within the government.

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The Trump administration touted the president’s blueprint - which also calls for raising standard deductions for individuals, repealing inheritance taxes on estates and simplifying tax returns - as a landmark proposal just days before Trump marks his 100th day in office on Saturday.

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Intelligence sources privy to the details of the meeting told Hindustan Times that all security agencies, especially the state police, were directed to take families of local militants in “confidence” — a step which the chief minister believes could help in the mainstreaming of local militants.
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