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SC reserves verdict on death row convict Mukesh's plea, to be delivered Wednesday: Nirbhaya The Supreme Court Tuesday reserved verdict on a plea of one of the four death row convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case, challenging the rejection of his mercy petition by the President. A three-judge bench headed by Justice R Banumathi said that it will pronounce the verdict on Wednesday on convict Mukesh Kumar Singh's plea. The four death row convicts in the case are scheduled to be hanged on February 1. Man brandishes gun at Jamia students, detained An armed man was detained on Thursday after he brandished a pistol at Jamia Millia Islamia students demonstrating against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Thursday, police said. The man, who is yet to be identified, was overpowered by protesters. A student appeared to have been injured in the incident, which led to panic in the Jamia area. Godse, Modi believe in same ideology, says Rahul Gandhi Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday compared Mahatma Gandhi assassin Nathuram Godse with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying both believed in the same ideology. Gandhi, at an anti-CAA rally here, launched a scathing attack on Modi and said he was making Indians to prove that they are Indians. Jackie Shroff to team up with son Tiger in 'Baaghi 3' Actor Tiger Shroff is set to share the screen with his father and veteran actor Jackie Shroff for the first time in "Baaghi 3", the makers announced on Thursday. Also starring Shraddha Kapoor and Ankita Lokhande, "Baagi 3" is scheduled to be released on March 6. Centre moves SC seeking 7-day deadline for hanging death row convicts The Centre on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court for fixing a seven-day deadline for executing death penalty of condemned prisoners. The plea of the Ministry of Home Affairs MHA assumes significance in view of the the death row convicts in the sensational Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case of 2012 filing review, curative and mercy petitions, which has delayed their hanging. Ayodhya police can now apply for leave online The Ayodhya police has introduced an electronic leave management system for sub-inspectors and constables, who can now apply for leave through the Smart E-Police application and do not have to produce themselves before any officer for getting the leaves. The Ayodhya SSP said: "Any sub-inspector or constable can apply for leave through this app and it will be immediately attended by the police office. " Audience has always been smarter than makers: Varun Dhawan Actor Varun Dhawan says at a time when the audience is exposed to different kinds of cinema at the click of a button, the onus is on the filmmakers and artistes to up their game by more than a margin. "Audience has always been smarter than the makers. Even during my dad's time he had to be careful while making films and even now we have to be, we will always have to be careful while making our choices. Kerala Governor seeks report from LDF govt : CAA petition in SC Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has sought a report from the state government for moving the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act without informing him. "The Governors office has sought a report from the Chief Secretary for not informing him about the states move to approach the apex court against the CAA," a top source from Raj Bhavan told PTI on Sunday. Australia win against India in the 1st ODI India ended up with a below-par 255 on a decent batting surface after a middle-order failure. Australia made short work of the target, racing to a resounding victory in 37. 4 overs. Warner, who remained unbeaten on 128 in his team's 10-wicket win against India in the ODI series opener at the Wankhede Stadium, negated Bumrah's challenge well Nirbhaya case: SC dismisses curative petitions filed by two of four death row convicts The Supreme Court Tuesday dismissed the curative petitions filed by two of the four death row convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. A 5-judge bench headed by Justice N V Ramana rejected the curative petitions filed by Vinay Sharma 26 and Mukesh Kumar 32. The proceedings were conducted in-chamber. A curative petition is the last and final legal remedy available to a person. JuD chief Hafiz Saeed pleads not guilty in terror financing cases: Pakistani court official Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed on Tuesday pleaded "not guilty" in two terror financing cases against him as the Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief recorded his statement in a Pakistani anti-terrorism court here, amidst mounting international pressure on Islamabad to rein in militant groups. The Counter Terrorism Department had registered 23 FIRs against Saeed and his accomplices on the charges of terror financing in different cities of Punjab province and arrested him on July 17. Bhim Army chief moves Delhi court seeking bail: Anti-CAA protests Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad sought bail in a local court here on Monday in connection with violence during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in Daryaganj area, claiming that police invoked "boilerplate" charges against him and arrested him "mechanically" without following the due process of law. The court has put up the matter for further hearing on Tuesday. Trump says US following protests in Iran 'closely' US President Donald Trump told the people of Iran Saturday that he stands by them and is monitoring protests that broke out after Tehran admitted it shot down an airliner, killing 176 people. "To the brave, long-suffering people of Iran: I've stood with you since the beginning of my Presidency, and my Administration will continue to stand with you," Trump tweeted. PM renames KoPT after Syama Prasad Mookerjee, draws criticism from oppn Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday rechristened Kolkata Port Trust after Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee, drawing criticism from the opposition camp, which said he was more of a "name-changer" than a "game-changer". "I announce that the Kolkata Port Trust will now be known as Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port. Acid attack survivor's lawyer moves court against 'Chhapaak' Acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal's lawyer on Thursday moved a Delhi court, seeking an injunction on the release of Deepika Padukone-starrer 'Chhapaak'. Advocate Aparna Bhat filed the application saying that despite representing Agarwal in courts for several years and helping in the making of the movie, she was not given credit in the film. US House to vote on preventing Trump from Iran war The Democratic-led US House of Representatives will vote Thursday to prevent President Donald Trump from waging war with Iran after he ordered the killing of a top general, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. "The president has made clear that he does not have a coherent strategy to keep the American people safe, achieve de-escalation with Iran and ensure stability in the region," Pelosi said in a statement. Police zero in on suspects: JNU violence Four days after a masked mob entered the Jawaharlal Nehru University JNU campus here and assaulted 34 people including students, the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police on Thursday said it had zeroed in on a few suspects behind the attack. According to the police, they were very close to identifying the culprits behind Sunday's attack and had zeroed in on a few suspects. PM meets economists, industry experts ahead of Budget Ahead of the Union Budget for 2020-21, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met economists and sector experts at the Niti Aayog to discuss the state of the economy and steps which can be taken to revive growth which is projected to drop to 5 per cent this fiscal. The high-profile meeting was attended by Home Minister Amit Shah, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, besides Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar, CEO Amitabh Kant and other senior officials of the think-tank. Nirbhaya case: Death row convict Vinay Kumar Sharma moves curative plea in SC In a last ditch effort to escape the noose, Vinay Kumar Sharma, one of the four men sentenced to death in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, filed a curative petition in the Supreme Court on Thursday. On Tuesday, a Delhi court issued death warrants against Mukesh 32 , Pawan Gupta 25 , Vinay Sharma 26 and Akshay Kumar Singh 31 and said they will be hanged on January 22 at 7 am in Tihar jail. Heavy rains lash Delhi, traffic snarls in parts of city Rains lashed parts of Delhi-NCR on Wednesday morning, bringing the mercury down and causing traffic snarls at multiple intersections. "The minimum temperature was recorded at 9. 3 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal," a MeT official said. Humidity level was recorded at 100 per cent. "The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to settle around 16 and 8 degrees Celsius respectively," the official added. Banking services impacted due to nationwide trade union strike Banking services were impacted on Wednesday as employees went on a nationwide strike called by 10 central trade unions to protest against the government's "anti-people" policies. Branch activities including cash withdrawal deposit in public sector banks in many places across the country have been affected due to the strike. They have been opposing government policies on bank merger, privatisation, fee hike and other wage-related issues," they said. Trump says 'All is well' after Iran missile attack US President Donald Trump, in his first reaction after Iran's missile attack on two American bases in Iraq, insisted that "all is well" and promised to make a statement to the nation on Wednesday morning. Shortly after the missile attacks, Trump tweeted, "All is well! Missiles launched from Iran at two military bases located in Iraq. So far, so good! 05 pts Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rallied over 500 points in opening session on Thursday as global markets rebounded after the US offered to embrace peace with the Iranian leadership in a bid to de-escalate tensions in the Middle East. After hitting a peak of 41,318. 18, the 30-share BSE index was trading 449. 56 points or 1. 10 per cent higher at 41,267. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty surged 134. 05 points or 1. 11 per cent to 12,159. HRD Ministry officials advise JNU VC to communicate more with students, take faculty into confidence HRD Ministry officials on Wednesday "advised" JNU Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar to increase communication with students, take the faculty into confidence and facilitate the semester registration process, days after violence ran amok on the university campus. "Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare and G C Hosur had a meeting with JNU VC at the Ministry today about the efforts being made to restore normalcy on campus. Mamata Banerjee: Peaceful protests to continue till CAA is revoked Asserting that peaceful protests will continue as long as the new citizenship law is not withdrawn, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday warned the BJP against "playing with fire". The West Bengal chief minister asked students to carry on with their protests. She also told them that she will always be by their side. "Do not fear anbody. I warn the BJP not to play with fire," Banerjee said. Fire in a factory: Delhi A fire broke out in a factory in Narela here on Tuesday morning, a Delhi Fire Service official said. A call was received about the blaze at 4. 52 am and 22 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The firefighting continued and it was believed that no one was trapped inside the building, the official said. Hemant Soren will be CM in Jharkhand: Cong As the JMM-led alliance appeared set to cross the majority mark in the Jharkhand Assembly polls on Monday, the Congress exuded confidence that the alliance will form the government with Hemant Soren as chief minister. Congress coordinator for Jharkhand polls Ajay Sharma said this is the defeat of BJP's corruption and its arrogance. Low intensity earthquake hits Satara: Maharashtra A low intensity earthquake shook Koyna region in Maharashtra's Satara district on Monday morning, an official said. No loss of life or property was reported, he said. The earthquake of magnitude 2. 6 was recorded at 6. 42 am, the state government official said. Its epicenter was eight km from the Koyna dam, he added. NRC have nothing to do with Indian Muslims: Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought to assuage concerns of Muslims over the amended citizenship law and the NRC, saying both have nothing to do with Indian citizens and slammed his rivals for "inciting" people and trying to divide the country in their bid to target him. Launching a scathing attack on opposition parties like the Congress, AAP, TMC and the Left over their protests against the law, he said. 21 held after clashes between AMU students, police As many as 21 people have been arrested in connection with the clashes between AMU students and police over the Citizenship Amendment Act and orders issued to completely vacate all hostels of the university, officials said on Monday. "We have arrested 21 persons in the matter. Named FIR has been lodged against 56 persons and others unidentified," SSP Aligarh Akash Kulhary told PTI over phone. Delhi court convicts BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar in Unnao rape case A Delhi court convicted expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar on Monday for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017 saying the victim's testimony was "truthful and unblemished" against a "powerful person". The court convicted Sengar for rape under Indian Penal Code and POCSO Act for offence of a public servant committing penetrative sexual assault against child. Delhi Police: 3 cops suspended for kidnapping MCD official A sub-inspector and two constables of Delhi Police have been suspended for allegedly abducting an MCD official, a senior police officer said on Wednesday. The inspector of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was abducted from outside his office in Shakurpur at around 3. 30 pm on Tuesday, his brother said. The victim's brother alleged that the MCD inspector was abducted as he had issued a challan to the club owner for violating norms. Amit Shah moves Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday moved the Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Rajya Sabha, saying that Indian Muslims "were, are and will remain Indian citizens". Moving the bill that provides Indian citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, Shah said minorities in the three nations do not get equal rights. Anti-CAB protests rock Northeast Large parts of the northeast on Tuesday simmered over protests by students' unions and Left-democratic organisations against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill, passed by the Lok Sabha. The strike coincided with the bandh called by Left- leaning organisations, including the SFI, DYFI, AIDWA, AISF and AISA. Govt: 31 Army personnel killed in terrorist attacks along LoC from 2016 to 2018 Thirty-one Army personnel were killed in terrorist attacks along the Line of Control LoC from 2016 to 2018, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Monday. In written response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik said that in 2016, six Army personnel died in terrorist attacks, followed by 13 in 2017 and 12 in 2018. Nagpur: Two brothers arrested for raping teenaged girl Nagpur, Dec 10 A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by two brothers on various occasions in the last one month in Maharashtra's Nagpur district, a police official said on Tuesday. The two accused have been arrested, he said. The two accused had kept the girl at their maternal uncle's house in the village while telling the latter that she was an orphan, he said. Citizenship Amendment Bill passes in Lok Sabha The Lok Sabha passed a Bill, which seeks to provide Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees coming from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan after facing religious persecution there, a little past midnight on Monday. After over seven-hour-long debate, the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 was passed in the Lok Sabha with 311 members favouring it and 80 voting against it. 43 killed as massive blaze sweeps in four-storey building in Delhi In one of the worst fire accidents in the city, 43 people were killed after a massive blaze ripped through a four-storey building housing illegal manufacturing units in north Delhi's Anaj Mandi area on Sunday morning, police and fire officials said. A preliminary probe suggested that short circuit triggered the blaze, they said. Hyderabad Encounter: some ex-cops welcome it, some term it 'short-cut' Reactions of some former senior police officials from Maharashtra on Hyderabad encounter were mixed on Friday, with some justifying the action citing the circumstances, while others condemning it as undesirable "short-cut". Ponting : Indian attack is fantastic but spinners tend to struggle in Australia Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting is in awe of India's "fantastic" pace attack but feels their spinners tend to struggle Down Under, making his country's bowling unit a stronger force here. Helped by an impressive battery of fast bowlers, led by Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma, India have risen to the pinnacle of Test rankings. The trio also played an instrumental role in the breakthrough series win in Australia last summer. Shah sets 2024 deadline for NRC BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday set a 2024 deadline for implementing the hugely divisive NRC across the country, asserting "each and every" infiltrator will be identified and expelled before the next general election. Shah say, Today I want to tell you that before the 2024 polls the NRC will be conducted across the country and each and every infiltrator identified and expelled. Enough spectrum available to start 5G services: Ravi Shankar Prasad The spectrum proposed for auction is enough to launch 5G services in the country, the government said on Wednesday. Industry body Broadband India Forum BIF , however, has said that quantum of frequency proposed is insufficient to start the next generation mobile services, Ravi Shankar Prasad informed the Lok Sabha in a written reply. Uddhav sworn in as chief minister in Maharashtra Mumbai, Nov. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray took oath as Chief Minister of Maharashtra on Thursday. Along with him, two leaders of Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party took the oath of office. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. For the first time, a member of the Thackeray family has become the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Rains improve air quality in National Capital Light rains in parts of the national capital on Thursday morning further improved the city's air quality, officials said. The air quality in Delhi stood at 136 at 8. 47 am. An AQI between 0-50 is considered 'good', 51-100 'satisfactory', 101-200 'moderate', 201-300 'poor', 301-400 'very poor' and 401-500 'severe'. Rains and favourable wind speed on Wednesday had improved Delhi's air quality which was recorded in the "moderate" category. Parineeti Chopra: makes comeback on badminton court after neck injury Parineeti Chopra will shoot an extensive sport sequence for her upcoming biopic on ace badminton player Saina Nehwal, nearly ten days after the actor suffered a neck injury which required her to rest. The biopic, titled "Saina", will be directed by Amol Gupte, who has movies such as "Stanley Ka Dabba" and "Hawa Hawaai" to his credits. Article 370: SC reserves verdict on pleas challenging curbs in J-K The Supreme Court reserved on Wednesday its verdict on a batch of pleas including that of Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad challenging the restriction imposed in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir following abrogation of provisions of Article 370. Appearing for Azad, senior advocate Kapil Sibal said they understand that there are national security issues in Jammu and Kashmir, but the entire seven million population cannot be "locked down". Another sanitation worker dies in Shakurpur sewer incident One of the three sanitation workers who had fallen sick while cleaning a sewer in Shakurpur died on Monday at a hospital here, police said. On Saturday, Gore Lal, Rohit, Sai and Ashok had entered a sewer near a gas agency. Ashok died that afternoon and the rest fell sick. They were admitted to the Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital in Pitampura. They had been hired by a PWD contractor to clean the sewer. 50-year-old man commits suicide by jumping off high-rise A 50-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by jumping off a high-rise here on Monday, police said. The man, Pranav Sawant, leaped from the 28th floor of 'Kalpataru Crest' building in suburban Bhandup and fell on the road, a police official said. Local residents heard a loud thud and informed the police. Sawant was taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead on arrival, he said. 66 against the US dollar in early trade propelled by foreign capital inflows and gains in domestic equity market. Easing crude oil prices and a weaker greenback in overseas markets also influenced the sentiment, forex dealers said. At the Interbank Foreign Exchange, the rupee opened strong at 71. 67, showing a rise of 7 paise over its previous closing. Order on Maharashtra govt formation on Tuesday morning: Supreme Court The Supreme Court will give its order on Maharashtra government formation on Tuesday, the apex court said while hearing the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress combine's plea against the governor's decision to swear in Devendra Fadnavis as chief minister. The Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP has filed a plea against the governor's decision to swear in BJP leader Fadnavis as chief minister and NCP's Ajit Pawar as deputy chief minister in the early hours of Saturday 23 killed in plane crash in Congo Goma On 24 November, a plane crashed in a densely populated area on Saturday in the city of Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. 23 people died in this accident. Relief and rescue teams gave this information. Goma Airport official Richard Mangolopa said no one is expected to survive the accident. The Dornier-228 aircraft was going to Beni, 350 kilometers north of Goma. It fell into a residential area near Goma Airport. Amar Ujala buys majority stake in Cygnus Medicare Leading media firm Amar Ujala Ltd has acquired a majority stake in Cygnus Medicare, which operates a chain of super specialty hospitals, for around Rs 130 crore as part of its expansion plans in the healthcare segment. "We have concluded a deal of around Rs 130 crore with Cygnus Medicare to take over their 10 hospitals and added our two hospitals in the overall portfolio," Amar Ujala Ltd Director Probal Ghosal told. Kohli: Test cricket needs marketing like ODIs and T20s Creating a buzz around Test cricket with attractive marketing, similar to ODIs and T20s, is a must to change an established psyche among fans for the traditional format, India skipper Virat Kohli suggested on Sunday. Kohli said Test cricket needs to be strengthened and suggested the idea of having interaction with the fans, especially school children during the games. A three-judge bench said the plea of post-poll alliance, 'Maha Vikas Aghadi', seeking a direction to the governor to invite them to form government under the leadership of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray would not be considered at present. Srikanth, Sameer won at Korea Open India got off to a terrific start in Korea Masters badminton when Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma reached the second round of the men's singles. Sixth seeded Srikanth gave Wong Wing Ki Vincent of Hong Kong 21. 18, 21. Defeated 17. Sameer also reached the second round when Kazumasa Sakai of Japan had to give up the middle. At the same time, Saurabh Verma defeated by local player Kim Dongun. Man gets life term for raping step-daughter Muzaffarnagar, Nov 21 An Uttar Pradesh court has sentenced a man to life imprisonment for raping his 17-year-old step-daughter after her mother died. The Baghpat additional district and sessions judge Shailendra Pandey also slapped a fine of Rs 53,000 on Wednesday on Mahendra Kumar for the crime. The girl had been living with her step father after her mother died and he had been sexually harassing her since, according to a police complaint filed by the girl. Supreme court: If fundamental rights are not protected then the importance of the constitution will end The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that the constitution would "lose its importance" if the violation of fundamental rights such as the right to life and fair hearing of citizens by private working people of the state government is not resolved. Fundamental rights such as the right to life, equality and freedom of expression are enforceable under the Constitution against the state and its machinery and the private party working in the state, but they are arguing that for violation of such rights of citizens they cannot be held accountable. Cabinet approves the bill giving ownership to the residents of illegal colonies of Delhi The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill providing legal framework to give ownership to people living in illegal colonies in Delhi. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman gave this information. The Cabinet had recently decided to give ownership and approved the Bill on Wednesday. The bill is to be introduced during the current winter session of Parliament. The proposal would apply to 1,797 identified illegal colonies spread over 175 square kilometers of the national capital. For medical treatment former Pak PM Nawaz Sharif leaves for London Pakistan's ailing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday left for London in an air ambulance for medical treatment for multiple diseases, days after the Lahore High Court allowed him to travel abroad for four weeks and rejected the Imran Khan government's condition of furnishing an indemnity bond. Sharif, 69, is accompanied by his younger brother Shehbaz Sharif, his personal physician Adnan Khan and other personnel. S Tendulkar raises awareness for brain development in Kathmandu Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was here on a three-day trip to raise awareness for the UNICEF Nepal's 'Bat for Brain Development' campaign. A UNICEF ambassador, Tendulkar engaged in a game of cricket with the Nepal women's team, visited the famous Pashupati Temple and met the Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli, during his stay here. Rishi Kapoor: Time for government to recognise contribution of artistes Actor Rishi Kapoor says it is important to recognise the role of artistes and cinema in the country as they have contributed immensely to its cultural, financial growth. The 67-year-old actor completes 50 years in the industry next year. The actor said its about time a culture is set in where people from the field of arts, culture and even business are given their due recognition from the government. Mrunal Thakur joins Shahid Kapoor's movie in 'Jersey' Mrunal Thakur will star alongside Shahid Kapoor in the remake of Telugu hit, "Jersey". The Hindi version will be directed by Gowtam Tinnanauri, who also helmed the 2019 Telugu original, starring Nani in lead role. Mrunal's character has been described as an "anchor to Shahid's, who goes on an emotional journey against all odds to play cricket for the country in his mid 30's, when it's time for most people to retire from competitive sports". Winter Session starts on stormy note The Winter Session of Lok Sabha on Monday began on a stormy note, with protests by the Congress and other Opposition members over various issues. Within minutes of commencement of the Question Hour, around 30 members from the Congress trooped into the Well, shouting slogans and demanding that the government stop attacking the Opposition as well as foisting false cases. Justice Ranjan Gogoi retires as CJI New Delhi, Nov 17 Justice Ranjan Gogoi, the first person from northeast to reach the top of judiciary and credited for bringing the curtains down on the decades old politically and religiously sensitive Ayodhya land dispute, retired as the chief justice of India on Sunday. Justice Gogoi's tenure as judge and as CJI was marked by some controversies and personal allegations but that never came in his way of his judicial work that was reflected in the last few days when benches headed by him delivered some path-breaking judgements. Gotabaya Rajapaksa wins Sri Lankan presidential election Colombo, Rajapaksa, who will succeed President Maithripala Sirisena for a five-year term, will be sworn in as the seventh executive president of Sri Lanka on Monday at the ancient north central town of Anuradhapura. Rajapaksa, 70, defeated Premadasa, 52, by more than 13 lakh votes, according to the official results. He will be the second member from the Rajapaksa family to become the president. Justice Bobde takes oath as next CJI New Delhi, Nov 18 Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde was on Monday administered oath as the 47th Chief Justice of India by President Ram Nath Kovind. Justice Bobde, 63, succeeds Justice Ranjan Gogoi who demitted office on Sunday. Justice Bobde will have a tenure of around 17 months and would demit office on April 23, 2021. AIMPLB for review of SC verdict in Ayodhya case The All India Muslim Personal Law Board AIMPLB on Sunday favoured seeking a review of the Supreme Court's judgement in the Ayodhya issue, and said it was against accepting the five-acre alternative land given for a mosque. "The board has also categorically stated that it was against taking five-acre land in Ayodhya in lieu of the mosque. The board is of the view that there cannot be any alternative to the mosque," he said. Govt. working on two policies to push MSME exports: Nitin Gadkari The government is working on two policies to increase MSME exports and bring down imports by encouraging local production, Union MSME and Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Saturday, while addressing the gathering at Small Micro Enterprise conference at Nagpur. INDvBAN: India win first Test by an innings 130 runs India bowled out Bangladesh for 213 to record an innings and 130-run victory in the first Test, here on Saturday. India declared their first innings at 493 for 6 after bowling out Bangladesh for 150 in the visitor's first essay. In their second innings, Bangladesh were bundled out for 213. India lead the two-match series 1-0. Fire at shoe factory in Delhi New Delhi, Nov 17 A fire broke out at a shoe factory in outer Delhi's Narela and 24 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, officials said on Sunday. It is suspected that two persons are trapped inside the building and efforts are being made to search for them, the fire department officials said. Sabarimala temple in Kerala opens for 2-month long pilgrimage season Amid tight security, the gates of the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala were thrown open for the two-month-long Mandala-Makaravilakku pilgrimage season. Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran has made it clear that Sabarimala was not a place for activists to display their activism and said the government would not encourage such women who want to visit the shrine for publicity. Delhi air remains unbreathable, may worsen today New Delhi Nov 16 Air quality in Delhi deteriorated to emergency category once again with the levels of ultrafine pollutants PM 10 and PM 2. 5 rising to 865 and 796 micrograms per cubic metre, respectively, in the early hours of Friday. The western disturbance occurring throughout northwest India has left the atmosphere cloudy and an isolated drizzle is expected in Delhi on Saturday. This, according to experts, would only worsen the condition as lesser rainfall will not wash out the pollutants. Goa DGP Pranab Nanda dies of cardiac arrest Panaji, Nov 16 Goa's Director General of Police Pranab Nanda died of cardiac arrest in New Delhi last night, a senior official said. Inspector General of Police Jaspal Singh confirmed Nanda's death. He was on a Delhi visit after attending official functions in Goa on Friday. We were informed by his family that Nanda is no more. He died due to cardiac arrest. It's shocking, he said. The 1988-batch IPS officer was transferred to Goa on February 25, this year by Ministry of Home Affairs. Ravindra Jadeja and Umesh Yadav remained unbeaten on 60 and 25 respectively. India lead by 343 runs. Bangladesh was score 150 in 1st innings. Maha politics: Sena-NCP-Cong pact takes shape Mumbai, Nov 15 The first-ever Shiv Sena- NCP-Congress alliance in Maharashtra appears to be taking definitive shape with Sharad Pawar on Friday announcing the prospective government will complete five-year term and provide a development-oriented administration. Speaking to reporters in Nagpur, Pawar said the three parties want to form a stable government which will be development-oriented. Gold worth Rs 52 lakh seized from passenger at airport Bhubaneswar, Nov 15 Customs officials at Biju Patnaik International Airport here seized smuggled gold worth around Rs 52 lakh from a passenger, officials said on Thursday. Officers of Air Customs intercepted the passenger hailing from Kerala, who arrived from Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday night, they said. During frisking, gold weighing 1,310. 65 gram having 99. 9 per cent purity were recovered from his possession, the officials said. PM Modi meets Chinese Prez Xi in Brazil Brasilia, Nov 15 Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping here and the two leaders agreed to maintain a close contact on matters relating to trade and investment to further deepen and add new vigour to the bilateral ties. During the meeting on the sidelines of the 11th BRICS Summit on Wednesday, prime minister Modi said there was a "new direction and new energy" in bilateral ties after the two leaders' second informal summit in Chennai. Rafale deal: SC gives clean chit to Modi govt. New Delhi, Nov 15 The Supreme Court Thursday gave clean chit to the Modi government on the purchase of 36 fully loaded Rafale fighter jets from French company Dassault Aviation, rejecting the plea for registration of an FIR by the CBI for alleged commission of cognisable offence in the deal. RBI to cut rates by 40 bps by Feb despite high inflation Mumbai, Nov 14 Headline inflation is bound to rise further to 5 per cent for November, but despite the pinch in price rise, the Reserve Bank will go for two consecutive rate cuts on growth concerns, a report said on Thursday. Analysts at foreign brokerage Bank of America Merrill Lynch said the RBI will cut rates by 0. 25 per cent in December, and follow it up with a 0. 15 per cent in February. NIA arrests man for raising funds for LeT New Delhi, Nov 11 The National Investigation Agency NIA on Monday arrested Javed 40. He was arrested from Delhi on Sunday for his alleged role in funding LeT operative Sheikh Abdul Nayeem alias Sohel Khan who was held and chargesheeted earlier for criminal conspiracy to carry out subversive activities in the country,officials said. The NIA officials stated that five accused in the case-- Nayeem, Bedar Bakht, Towseef Ahmad Malik, Dinesh Garg alias Ankit Garg and Adish Kumar Jain were arrested earlier. The NIA investigation showed that Javed is a native of Khampur village in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. Pak: Challenges ITF decision to change venue of Davis Cup match Karachi, 11 Nov. Pakistan has filed an appeal in this world body against the decision of the International Tennis Federation ITF to shift the Davis Cup match against India to a neutral venue and said that Islamabad is fully to host it is ready. Saifullah said, "We have said that we are fully prepared to host India for the Davis Cup match and there is no security issue nor is our right to host taken away due to political relations between the two countries. " needed. President Kovind accepts Sena MP Arvind Sawant's resignation New Delhi, Nov 12 President Kovind on Tuesday accepted the resignation of Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant from the Union council of ministers with immediate effect, a Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson said. Sawant's resignation has been accepted on advice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to the spokesperson. Ayodhya verdict: RPF increases security at 80 major stations New Delhi, Nov 08 The Railway Police on Thursday issued a seven-page consultation on security preparedness with instructions to all its mandals in view of the Supreme Court's decision in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case. Sources said that in consultation with the Railway Protection Force, information has been given that the holidays of all its personnel have been canceled. He has been instructed to remain posted in the safety of trains. India equaled Bangladesh in the series by defeating Bangladesh by 8 wickets Rajkot, Nov 7 India returned to the bowlers with a fine performance led by Yuzvendra Chahal in the second T20 International cricket match to restrict Bangladesh to a score of 153 for six on Thursday. Thanks to Rohit Sharma 85 's innings, Team India defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets in the second match on Thursday, equaling one each in the three-match T20 series. Passport not necessary for Indian Sikhs using Kartarpur corridor - Pak Islamabad, Nov 07 Pakistan's Foreign Office said on Thursday that Prime Minister Imran Khan has removed the condition of a one-year pass for Indian Teach devotees visiting the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib using the Kartarpur corridor. Nilgiris Mountain Rail services have been suspended till tomorrow due to landslides The Nilgiris Mountain Rail services have been suspended till tomorrow due to landslides. The North East Monsoon that is active over the region has triggered landslides in the hilly tracts of the Nilgiris district in Tamil Nadu. CBI files charge sheet against Chidambaram, Karti, others New Delhi, Oct 18 The CBI filed a charge sheet before a Delhi court Friday in the INX Media corruption case accusing former finance minister P Chidambaram and others including bureaucrats of causing loss to the exchequer by allegedly committing offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act. Cong destroyed nation with its wrong policies: Modi Ellenabad, Oct 19 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday attacked the Congress, alleging that their wrong policies destroyed the nation and injustice was continuously done with Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a gathering here on the last day of campaigning, Modi attacked the party on Article 370 issue, saying it was a temporary provision, but for 70 years the Congress did nothing about it. Modi has no understanding of economy: Rahul Haryana, 18 oct, Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and alleged that Modi has no understanding of the economy and that the policies of this government are mocking India around the world today. He also said in an election meeting in Mahendragarh, Haryana that if the country is divided then the country will never progress. He claimed, the condition of the country is in front of you, you cannot hide anything. The highest unemployment in 40 years is in the country today. Pakistan avoided being blacklisted at present Islamabad, 18 Fearing to be a separatist for not taking action against Terror and Terrorists, Pakistan has got a big relief. However, Pakistan has been warned once again. The Financial Exxon Task Force has clearly warned Pakistan to complete its full action plan against terrorists by February 2020. If this does not happen then major action will be taken. Delhi's air quality 'very poor' again New Delhi, Oct 18 The national capital's air quality slipped into the "very poor" category on Friday morning, and was expected to decline sharply over the weekend owing to changing weather and "significant" stubble burning. The city's overall air quality index AQI stood at 306 on Friday. It was 276 on Thursday. DGP: Pak-sponsored terrorists behind the killing of civilians in JK Srinagar, 17 Oct Jammu and Kashmir Police DG Dilbag Singh said Thursday that the terrorists involved in the killing of three civilians, including a servant, have been identified as Pakistan-sponsored terrorists this week. He directed harsh action against such an element for peace. Recently, one person of Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan died in different terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. CJI Gogoi recommends Justice S A Bobde New Delhi, Oct 18 Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Friday sent a letter to the Centre recommending Justice S A Bobde, who is next in seniority, as his successor. Official Sources told PTI that Justice Gogoi wrote a letter to the Ministry of Law and Justice recommending Justice Bobde to be the next chief justice. Maha Polls: Sanjay Dutt supports Aaditya Thackeray Mumbai, Oct 17 Actor Sanjay Dutt has backed Aaditya Thackeray, who is making his debut in electoral politics, and said he hopes the Yuva Sena leader wins by a huge margin as the country needs dynamic young leaders. The 29-year-old Yuva Sena chief, who is theelder son of Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, is contesting the October 21 Maharashtra Assembly polls from Mumbai's Worli constituency. Sensex gains 60 points in early trade Mumbai, Oct 17 Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 60 points in early trade on Thursday led by gains in banking stocks amid sustained foreign fund inflows. Besides, easing global crude prices also helped buying sentiment, traders said. The 30-share index was trading 60. 48 points, or 0. 16 per cent, higher at 38,659. 47 in morning trade. Trump defends troop pull out from Syria Washington, Oct 17 The US is not going to get involved in "crazy endless wars" over 7,000 miles away, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday, defending his decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria. The last week decision paved the way for Turkey to launch a cross-border military offensive that aims to push the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces SDF from the region. Turkey considers the biggest militia in the SDF a terrorist organisation. RSS: People with nationalistic ideology being killed in Bengal Bhubaneswar, Oct 17 The RSS has termed as "unfortunate" the "killing of people having faith in nationalistic ideology" in West Bengal. RSS joint general secretary Manmohan Vaidya said this in reply to a question on the Murshidabad triple murder case in neighbouring West Bengal. The organisation had claimed that the slain teacher, Bandhu Prakash Pal, was its supporter while the victims' family insisted that he had no political affiliation. Kerala court extends police remand of Jolly Kozhikode, Oct 17 A Kerala court on Wednesday extended till Friday the police custody of Jolly Joseph and two others in connection with the suspicious deaths of six members of a family here over 14 years from 2002, allegedly after consuming cyanide-laced food. Jolly, M S Mathew and Prajikumar were produced before the Thamarassery court here this evening by police as their six-day remand ended. Modi diverts attention from issues: Rahul Gandhi Wardha, Oct 15 Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "loudspeaker" of certain industrialists, and said his strategy was like that of a pickpocket who diverts attention to steal. On campaign trail in Vidarbha for October 21 Maharashtra assembly elections, he also targeted the Modi government for "waiving" corporate tax. Congress leader shot dead in Aligarh UP : Police Aligarh UP , Oct 16 A local Congress leader has been shot dead in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh district over an alleged property dispute, police said on Wednesday. The men, who are yet to be identified, reached Mohamed Farouk's office near Shamshad market under Civil Lines police station limits on two motorcycles around 8 pm on Tuesday, said Superintendent of Police City Abhishek Kumar. Post-paid mobile phone services restored in Kashmir Srinagar, Oct 14 Mobile phones in Kashmir buzzed back to life on Monday, connecting 40 lakh post-paid subscribers to their families and friends in the country, the Valley and their neighbourhoods after 72 days but without any internet facilities. The resumption of the service is only on post-paid connections and only for voice calls and SMS. Over 25 lakh prepaid mobile phones and other internet services, including WhatsApp, will remain deactivated for now, officials said. The 2019 Nobel Prize has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino in Chemistry The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionised our lives and are used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles. Peter Handke awarded the 2019 NobelPrize in Literature The peculiar art of Peter Handke, awarded the 2019 NobelPrize in Literature, is the extraordinary attention to landscapes and the material presence of the world, which has made cinema and painting two of his greatest sources of inspiration. 2019 Literature Laureate Peter Handke has established himself as one of the most influential writers in Europe after the Second World War. Olga Tokarczuk awarded the 2018 NobelPrize in Literature Olga Tokarczuk, awarded the 2018 NobelPrize in Literature, never views reality as something stable or everlasting. She constructs her novels in a tension between cultural opposites; nature versus culture, reason versus madness, male versus female, home versus alienation. The petition has challenged the anticipatory bail granted to both in the Aircel-Maxis case. Justice Suresh Kait issued notice to Chidambaram and Karti on the agency's plea for cancellation of their anticipatory bail. IND in command as Kohli approaches 200 Pune, 11 Oct With the help of captain Virat Kohli's 26th Test century, India scored 473 for 4 wickets till tea break on the second day of the second cricket Test against South Africa. Playing as an icon of restraint, Kohli has scored 194 runs while Ravindra Jadeja has scored 25 runs. Kohli completed his 69th international century with an excellent straight drive to Vernon Philander. He played a very restrained innings, edging loose balls. China: Complains about US visa restrictions Beijing, Oct 10 China says the US has been harassing Chinese scholars, students, entrepreneurs and scientists, in part through the denial or revocation of visas. Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says the actions have "infringed upon the safety and lawful rights and interests of the Chinese personnel involved. American officials say Chinese companies provide technology used to repress Muslim minorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang. Jilting a lover not an offence: HC New Delhi, Oct 10 Jilting a lover despite sexual relationship, however abhorrent it may seem, is not an offence, the Delhi High Court has observed. The court further said that now there is wide acceptance to move ahead from the 'no means no' rule on sexual consent, to 'yes means yes'. The court's judgement came while upholding the acquittal of a man in a rape case lodged by a woman to whom he had promised to marry. Goa govt. replaces traditional '100' dial with new '112' Panaji, Oct 9 The Goa government on Wednesday launched '112' as the new integrated emergency number for police, fire and medical emergencies replacing the traditional dial number '100'. "In the first phase, the dial '112' service will cover only police department. The service has been launched with the help of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs," he said. China: Xi to visit India from Oct 11 to 12 Beijing, Oct 10 Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India from October 11 to 12 to take part in the 2nd informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during which they are expected to hold comprehensive talks on a host of issues concerning the bilateral relations and exchange views on regional and international issues. This is the 2nd informal summit between Modi and Xi. India is among 75 countries with which Switzerland's Federal Tax Administration FTA has exchanged information on financial accounts within the framework of global standards on AEOI, an FTA spokesperson told PTI. Supreme Court: Accepts petition to improve fire and emergency services New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Monday accepted the plea seeking to improve services across the country in situations like fire and emergency. The petition said that the inefficient and inefficient fire department is dangerous for the country. A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Justice Ravindra Bhat sought a response from the Central Government on a petition filed on behalf of a person named Sanjay Garg. Novak Djokovic clinched the Japan Open Tokyo, Oct 6 World number one Novak Djokovic clinched the Japan Open on Sunday, dispelling concerns about the shoulder injury that forced him out of the US Open. The Serbian star crushed Australian qualifier John Millman 6-3, 6-2 to mark his 10th win in a tournament main draw debut. Beaming Djokovic, the winner of 16 Grand Slams, now goes to the Shanghai Masters, where he is the top seed. UP: gas leak at paper mill, 10 workers hospitalised Muzaffarnagar, Oct 7 Ten workers fell ill due to gas leak at a paper mill here, police said on Monday. The incident took place on Sunday evening, SHO of New Mandi police station Sanjiv Kumar said. The workers were rushed to a nearby hospital after they complained of irritation in eyes and breathlessness, police added. Conditional bail for 29 protesters: Aarey protest Mumbai, Oct 6 A sessions court in Mumbai on Sunday granted bail to 29 protesters arrested over the last two days on charges of allegedly obstructing and assaulting police personnel on duty during protests against felling of trees at Aarey Colony. However, the protesters are unlikely to walk out of the Thane jail, where most of them are currently lodged, on Sunday pending completion of the legal procedure and other formalities. India vs South Africa: Shami, Jadeja put India on cusp of big win in 1st Test Visakhapatnam, Oct 6 Mohammad Shami and Ravindra Jadeja ran through the South African batting in the morning session to put India on the cusp of a big win on day five of the first Test here on Sunday. Chasing an improbable 395-run target, South Africa were expected to put up a fight like they did in the first innings but Shami's three-wicket burst and Jadeja's probing spell has made it all but certain that India will reach finishing line much faster Nitish Kumar elected JD U president for another term New Delhi, Oct 6 Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has been elected unopposed as JD U president for another term, his party said on Sunday. The party's national returning officer Aneel Hedge said Kumar was the only candidate for the post and was officially declared as its president after the time of withdrawal for nomination ended on Sunday. Over 8,600 bunkers constructed along LoC in Jammu: IB Jammu, Oct 5 Over 8,600 community and individual bunkers have been constructed along the Line of Control and the International Border in five districts of the Jammu region, an official spokesperson said on Saturday. The information was given at a meeting, chaired by Divisional Commissioner DC of Jammu, Sanjeev Verma, to review the progress of construction of bunkers in Samba, Kathua, Jammu, Poonch and Rajouri districts, he said. Another jolt for greens as HC refuses stay on felling of trees: Aarey Mumbai, Oct 5 Green activists suffered a second jolt in two consecutive days when the Bombay High Court on Saturday refused to stay ongoing felling of trees at Mumbai's prominent green lung, Aarey Colony, to make way for a proposed metro car shed. A few green activists moved a fresh application on Saturday seeking stay for a week on the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd action of chopping 2656 trees in the area, a day after the HC dismissed four petitions filed by NGOs and activists. Ashok Tanwar resigned from Congress New Delhi, 5 Oct Annoyed by ticket distribution in Haryana Assembly elections, former state Congress Committee president Ashok Tanwar resigned from the primary membership of the party on Saturday and alleged that some people within the Congress were struggling with the existence crisis. There has been in his resignation letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Tanwar also alleged that a conspiracy was being hatched to end the party. A few days ago, he resigned from various committees of the state assembly elections. Seven agreements signed between India and Bangladesh New Delhi, 5 Oct: India and Bangladesh, while expanding their relations, signed seven agreements on Saturday after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Is related to water resources, youth affairs, culture, education and coastal monitoring. Three projects including LPG exports were also launched during this period. One of these projects is related to import of LPG from Bangladesh. The imported LPG will be distributed in the northeastern states of India. India set target of 395 runs to win South Africa Visakhapatnam, 5 Oct. The Indian team declared their second innings for 323 for four on the fourth day of the first Test here on Saturday, giving South Africa a target of 395 runs for victory. India declared the first innings at 502 for seven wickets and ended South Africa's first innings at 431 runs. Opener Rohit Sharma, who scored a century in the first innings for India, scored a century by scoring 127 runs in the second innings as well. Cheteshwar Pujara scored an innings of 81 runs. After 35 years, Pak woman gets Indian citizenship Muzaffarnagar, Oct 4 Thirty-five years after she applied for Indian citizenship, a Pakistani woman, married to a man in Muzaffarnagar city and residing in the country on a long-term visa, has been granted Indian nationality. According to a local intelligence official, 55-year-old Zubeda had married Syed Mohammad Zaved, a resident of Yogenderpur locality here, 35 years ago. Woman burnt alive over dowry; Muzaffarnagar Muzaffarnagar, Oct 4 A woman was allegedly burnt to death over dowry in Saidham Colony in the city, police said on Friday. A case has been registered against four people including her husband Arun Kumar who was absconding, the SHO said. According to a complaint lodged by the victim's family, who were harassing her over dowry since her marriage to Kumar one-and-half-years ago. A Man held for raping his 15-year-old niece Thane, Oct 4 The police have arrested a man from Jalgaon in North Maharashtra for allegedly repeatedly raping his 15-year-old mentally challenged niece and impregnating her, an official said on Friday. The accused later abandoned her at Kalyan railway station in Thane district, he said. The girl, who was mentally challenged, was unable to reveal her identity, and five months pregnant, he said. Odisha earns Rs 5. The Transport Department had introduced online auction of fancy registration number and advance registration number booking system since June 2016. Nearly 1,900 dead in monsoon rains, floods. New Delhi, Oct 4 Nearly 1,900 people lost their lives and another 46 were reported missing this monsoon season in rains and floods which affected more than 25 lakh in 22 states, Union Home Ministry officials said on Friday. The highest 382 people died in Maharashtra, followed by 227 deaths in West Bengal in rains, floods and landslides that hit as many as 357 districts in the country. President, PM Modi pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi New Delhi, Oct 2 President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat on his 150th birth anniversary. Congress president Sonia Gandhi, former prime minister Manmohan Singh, BJP veteran L K Advani, among those who paid floral tributes to the father of the nation. The prime minister said the nation expresses its gratitude to Gandhi for his everlasting contribution to humanity. SC refuses to plea for producing Farooq Abdullah New Delhi, Sep 30 The Supreme Court on Monday refused to further entertain Rajya Sabha MP Vaiko's plea seeking production of former Jammu and Kashmir CM Farooq Abdullah before it and said the MDMK leader can challenge the detention order under the Public Safety Act. He is under detention under the Public Safety Act, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi told Vaiko's counsel. Bhadauria takes charge as new IAF chief ND, Sep 30 Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria on Monday took charge as the 26th chief of the Indian Air Force. He succeeds Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, who retired after 41 years of service in the IAF. Air Marshal Bhadauria was commissioned in the fighter stream of the Indian Air Force in June 1980, and has held various command, staff and instructional positions. Rani Mukerji's 'Mardaani 2' to release on December Mumbai, Sep 30 Rani Mukerji-fronted cop-drama "Mardaani 2" is slated to be released on December 13. The movie, backed by Yash Raj Films, is written and directed by Gopi Puthran. It will see Rani reprise the role of cop Shivani Shivaji Roy. It is a sequel to 2014 critically-acclaimed hit "Mardaani", which was directed by Pradeep Sarkar. Death toll reaches 25 in Bihar; IMD predicts more rain Patna, Sep 30 After being pounded by heavy rain over the weekend, most parts of the Bihar capital remained submerged even as the state-wide death toll mounted to 25. On Sunday, 18 deaths were reported from across the state in mishaps attributed to the torrential rainfall. In Patna, the IMD has predicted showers later in the day. China to send its top trade negotiator to US for talks Beijing, Sep 30 China's top trade negotiator will lead an upcoming 13th round of talks aimed at resolving a trade war with the United States, a senior Chinese official said Sunday. Vice Premier Liu He will travel to Washington for the negotiations, Vice Commerce Minister Wang Shouwen said. He didn't give exact dates, but said the talks would be after China's National Day holiday, which runs through Oct. Hrithik Roshan: Life for me is about fears mashed with excitement Mumbai, Sep 29 He may have defined the quintessential Bollywood hero, but Hrithik Roshan says he has been pushing himself as an artiste with atypical choices since the beginning of his career. Hrithik says "True joy is when you live on the edge. The adrenaline rush, the insecurity, the fears mashed with the excitement is what life should be about," he says. World has "great expectations" from India: PM Chennai, Sep 30 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the world has "great expectations" from India, and asserted his government will lead the country to a path of 'greatness' where it will be beneficial to the entire globe. On his first visit to Tamil Nadu after retaining power in this year's Lok Sabha polls, the Prime Minister reiterated his campaign against single-use plastic. RBI rate decision, macro data to steer markets-shortened week: Analysts ND, Sep 29 RBI's interest rate decision, macroeconomic data points and global cues would be the key driving factors for the equity market in the holiday-shortened week ahead, say analysts. "Markets are expected to consolidate further with the bias on the positive side. We feel the upcoming RBI monetary policy review meet could trigger the next directional move," said Ajit Mishra, Vice President, Research, Religare Broking Ltd. Three ultras eliminated, one Army jawan killed in J-K's Ramban operation Jammu, Sep 28 Three terrorists were eliminated while an Army jawan was killed in an ongoing operation in the Batote area along the Jammu-Kishtwar national highway on Saturday, an Army officer said, as the nearly nine-hour long search operation entered its final stage. The militants were encircled by the search parties inside a house in the main market after they managed their escape from the scene of the earlier encounter in the highway town in Ramban district, officials said. Rajnath: Security force fully prepared to face any situation Chennai, Sep 25 Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Wednesday that the Indian security forces are fully prepared to face every situation, On the reactivation of terrorist camps in Balakot, Pakistan. Significantly, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Monday that Pakistan recently reactivated terrorist camps in Balakot. A learning experience of Chandrayaan 2: NASA engineer Kolkata, Sep 26 A spacecraft systems engineer at NASA has said that the recent Chandrayaan 2 mission has been a "learning experience" for Indian scientists as it has helped ISRO to gather a lot of information about the Moon. When asked what could have happened to the lander, the NASA engineer said, It is upto ISRO scientists to figure out what went wrong. We do learn from failures. Badminton: Kashyap enters quarters final of Korea Incheon, Sep 26 Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap on Thursday advanced to the Korea Open men's singles quarterfinal after a three-game triumph over Malaysia's Daren Liew here. Kashyap prevailed 21-17 11-21 21-12 in a contest that lasted 56 minutes. He will next square off against the winner of the match between eighth-seeded Indonesian Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Denmark's Jan O Jorgensen. Humbled by generosity: Amitabh Bachchan Mumbai, Sep 25 Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Wednesday said he was short of words to express his gratitude after he was named Dadasaheb Phalke Award recipient for 2018. The 76-year actor, who completes 50 years in cinema, took to Twitter to share his response with fans. On Tuesday, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the award for the Bollywood veteran. Seattle-based Amazon also announced new Alexa features and smart home experiences. For the India market, which include the new Echo that features an updated fabric design and premium sound for Rs 9,999. This ship is well equipped with all the modern technology and the facilities required by the IndiaCoastGuardto ensure maritime security for our country. The bench said it is for the government to come up with appropriate guideline to deal with these issues. 'Dream Girl'movie enters Rs 100 crore club Mumbai, Sep 24 Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha have thanked fans for their love for "Dream Girl", which has clocked Rs 101. 40 crore at the box office. Ayushmann, who plays the role of a guy pretending to be a woman over phone, took to Twitter to celebrate the win and wrote, "DreamGirl scores a century! Thank you for this love. " PM Modi gets 'Global Goalkeeper' award New York, Sep 25 Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Wednesday conferred the "Global Goalkeeper" award by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by his government. In a series of tweets in Hindi, the Prime Minister's Office PMO said Modi lauded the countrymen for contributing to the grand success of the cleanliness mission, saying he shared the honour with them. Singapore detains domestic helpers who give money to IS Singapore, Sep. 24 Singapore has detained three domestic helpers of Indonesian origin under stringent security laws on charges of giving money to the Islamic State IS group. The home ministry said that the three domestic helpers had been working in Singapore for six to 13 years and that she became a supporter of IS after watching online material last year. Modi held bilateral meetings with many world leaders in New York New York, 24 Sep. On the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral meetings with several world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad of Qatar on Monday. Prime Minister Modi discussed with the Italian Prime Minister on strengthening bilateral relations, especially in the trade and investment sector. Barcelona striker Messi's victory in Milan was a surprise as he edged out Virgil Van Dijk, who won the UEFA player's award last month after helping Liverpool to the Champions League last season. After soaring over 1,426 points during the day, the 30-share index ended 1,075. 41 points or 2. 8 per cent higher at 39,090. The broader NSE Nifty reclaimed the 11,600 level, zooming 326 points or 2. 9 per cent to settle at 11,600. 24 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid: Afghan officials Kabul, Sep 23 At least 24 civilians were killed on Monday during a raid conducted by Afghan special forces on Taliban hideouts in the southern Helmand province, provincial officials said. Attahullah Afghan, head of the provincial council, said the majority of dead were women and children who were at a wedding ceremony in Musa Qala district. PM Modi arrives in New York to participate for 74th UN General Assembly session New York, Sep 23 Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here Sunday night to participate in the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly has a packed bilateral and multi-lateral agenda over the next five days, including nine key speeches at high-level summits and plurilateral engagements during the UN General Assembly session and on its sidelines. Chinmayanand's bail rejected by Court Shahjahanpur UP , Sep 24 An Uttar Pradesh court has rejected the bail application of BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand, who was arrested in a sexual-assault case following rape allegations by a law student. Shahjahanpur chief judicial magistrate has rejected the bail application of Chinmayanand on Monday, saying it should be moved in the sessions court, the former Union minister's counsel, Om Singh, said on Tuesday. Onion reaches Rs 70-80 a kg ND, 22 Sep, Onion prices in national capital and other parts of the country have reached a high of Rs 70 to 80 per kg. In such a situation, the Central Government is considering fixing the limit of storage of onion traders. Sources said that heavy rains in the major onion producing states have affected supplies, leading to a spurt in its prices. India will import 5 million tonnes of LNG annually from America Houston, 22 Sep. US natural gas company Tellurian Inc. and India's Petronet LNG Company Ltd. PLL has signed a memorandum of understanding MoU. Under this, India will import 5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas LNG annually. The announcement was made after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with the chief executives CEOs of America's top petroleum companies on Saturday. Modi calls for decisive fight against terrorism in ''Howdy Modi'' event Houston, Sep. 22 PM Narendra Modi on Sunday called for a "decisive fight" against terrorism in the presence of US President Donald Trump, saying that the US is also in this fight. Earlier, Trump also referred to Islamic terrorism as important to the security of the borders for both the US and India. Balakot has been reactivated by Pak: Army Chief Chennai, Sep 23 Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday said Pakistan has reactivated Balakot very recently and about 500 infiltrators were waiting to infiltrate into India. Earlier, Indian Air Force had carried out attack at terror camps in Balakot in retaliation to the deadly terror attacks on CRPF personnel in Pulwama in February this year. 9 death in bus-minibus collision in Assam Demow, Sept 23 At least nine persons were killed and several others injured in a collision between a bus and a minibus in Sivasagar district of Assam on Monday around 8. 35 am, police said. Under the impact of the collision, both the vehicles fell into a roadside ditch. Most of the deceased were travelling in the minibus, the police said. Educational Suicide Victims in india During the year 2013, there were a total of 134799 suicides committed in All India. Out of which 90543 67. So we can assume current suicide data which is increasing day by day. PM Modi meets Kashmiri Pandits in Houston Houston, Sep 22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a "special interaction" with a 17-member delegation of Kashmiri Pandits here and assured them of "building a new Kashmir" which would be for everyone. The delegation, which included Kashmiri Pandits from across the US, met Prime Minister Modi on his arrival in Houston as part of his week-long visit to the US. Modi also thanked the community for their patience for over 30 years. Alia Bhatt, the film's heroine still cannot believe it that my first film to go to the Oscars. It is a big deal for me and hope we make it in five final nominations for Best Foreign Film at the Oscar. Tens of thousands of apps suspended by Facebook Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps after investigation reveals that the Cambridge Analytica had accessed many users data without permission. One banned app called myPersonality was found to be sharing information with researchers and companies. Compensation paid by You Tuber after death of "copycat" After seeing video on youtube, the girls aged 12 and 14 were copying the process of making popcorn in a tin can by heating up alcohol in the cans, in incident the 14 year girl, Zhezhe died and 12 year girl, Xiaoyu needs cosmetic surgery according to her family. Ms Yeah, the online star, who rose to fame in 2017 for meals making process, agreed to pay compensation to the girls. RKS Bhadoria will be the next Air Force Chief ND, 19 Sep. Air Marshal RKS Bhadauria will become the next chief of the Indian Air Force and will assume the responsibility after the BS Dhanoa ranking. The government announced this on Thursday. Mangal Birendra Singh Dhanoa, the 25th Chief Air Chef of the Indian Air Force, is scheduled to relieve on 30 September. He assumed this responsibility on 1 January 2017. Stock market boom due to announcement of Finance Minister Mumbai, Sep 20 FM Nirmala Sitharaman's announcement of measures to give a boost to the sluggish economy on Friday gave a major boost to morning trading in the stock markets. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex rose over 1300 points. The 30-share BSE index jumped 1326. 65 points, or 3. 68 percent, to 37,420. 12 points and Nifty gained 362. 95 points at 11. 20 Global climate protests begin in Australia Canberra, Sep 20 Thousands of protesters gathered Friday at rallies around Australia as a day of worldwide demonstrations calling for action to guard against climate change began ahead a UN summit in New York. The Global Strike 4 Climate said protests were staged in 110 towns and cities across Australia on Friday, with organizers demanding government and business commit to a target of net zero carbon emissions by 2030. Former minister Chinmayanand, accused of rape, arrested Shahjahanpur, Sep 20 Former Union minister Swami Chinmayanand, accused of rape by a law student, was arrested on Friday, his counsel said. The BJP leader was arrested by the special investigation team of Uttar Pradesh police from his residence 'Divya Dham' here amid heavy security deployment, his lawyer Pooja Singh told PTI. He was taken for medical examination to a government hospital. ICCR plans to boost India's soft power Nagpur, Sep 20 The Indian Council for Cultural Relations ICCR has planned a slew of programmes to promote the country's 'cultural identity' worldwide and boost its soft power, the organisation's president, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, has said. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday night, he said these initiatives are aimed at increasing India's soft power and promote its 'cultural identity' across the world. Govt slashes corporate tax to 25. 17 pc Goa, Sep 20 In a major fiscal booster, the govt on friday slashed effective corporate tax to 25. 17 per cent inclusive of all cess and surcharges for domestic companies. FM Nirmala Sitharaman said the new tax rate will be applicable from the current fiscal which began on April 1. In effect, the corporate tax rate will be 22 per cent for domestic companies to promote investment and growth. However, this shutdown is not affected by Delhi Metro and DOT buses. Suicide bomb, kills at least 20 in southern Afghanistan Kabul, Sep 19 A powerful early morning suicide truck bomb devastated a hospital in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 90 others, an official said. The Taliban took responsibility for the attack,which destroy part of the hospital in Qalat, the capital. Rajnath Singh: First Defense Minister to fly in Tejas fighter plane Bengaluru, 19 Sep, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh became the first Defense Minister to fly in a home-built light fighter aircraft on Thursday with a Tejas fighter jet flying from HAL airport in Bangalore. After this brief journey of about 30 minutes, the Defense Minister said that he chose Tejas because it is made of indigenous technology. If parties want, they can go for arbitration in Ayodhya dispute: Supreme Court ND, Sep 18 Supreme Court on Wednesday said that if the parties to the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya, they can resolve it universally through mediation. At the same time, the court said that it wants to complete the daily hearing of this dispute by 18 October. Shyam Ramsay dies in Mumbai hospital Sep 18 Shyam Ramsay, one of the seven Ramsay Brothers known for cult horror films such as "Puraani Haveli" and "Tahkhaana", died in a hospital here on Wednesday, his family said. He was 67. The origins of the horror empire set up by the band of brothers can be traced back to a modest radio shop in Karachi in undivided India. Deepika Padukone on mental health awareness Deepika Padukone says the conversation around mental health awareness may have opened up a lot in recent years but there is still a long way to go. The actor, who is the founder of The Live Love Laugh Foundation, was in the capital for the initiative's inaugural 'Lecture Series' to discuss the stigma surrounding mental health. Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings Supreme court targets october 18 as deadline to complete Ayodhya hearing,All petitioners had been asked to submit a time schedule to complete their arguments. The judgement has to be delivered before Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi retires on November 17, otherwise the entire process will go into restart mode. , reopening the possibility of mediation to resolve the decades-old temple-mosque dispute if the petitioners so wanted. Air India posts Rs 4,600 cr operating loss in 2018-19 Air India posted an operating loss of around Rs 4,600 crore in the last financial year mainly due to higher oil prices and foreign exchange losses according to senior officials. Reflecting tough business conditions, the airline's net loss stood at about Rs 8,400 crore while total revenues touched around Rs 26,400 crore in 2018-19, one of the senior officials told PTI. Bribery case: CBI inspector surrenders before ACB Jaipur, Sep 16, A suspended CBI inspector who was evading arrest in a bribery case surrendered on Monday, an Anti-Corruption Bureau ACB spokesperson said. Prakash Chand was absconding since March this year after a middleman was arrested by the ACB allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 75 lakh on behalf of him in a case related to a cooperative housing society, he said. Trump: Will meet Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan soon Washington, Sep. 17 Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday in response to a question, "I will meet Prime Minister Modi and I will meet with the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan. Trump did not mention Kashmir, saying that "a lot of progress has been made between India and Pakistan to tense". Shah said there is no compromise with India's security On September 17, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, while addressing the function of the All India Management Association here, said, "There will be no compromise on the security of India. " We will not compromise our safety even by an inch. We will deal with this strongly. We will not let a single drop of blood of our soldiers go waste. Sonia wishes PM Narendra Modi on 69th birthday Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday extended her greetings to PM Narendra Modi on his birthday, wishing him a healthy, happy and long life. Modi turned 69 on Tuesday and was greeted by several top leaders from across the political spectrum. "Congress President Sonia Gandhi has extended her greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday a party statement said. The Nationalist Congress Party NCP and the Congress will contest 125 seats each in next month's Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election, Sharad Pawar said on Monday. Pawar announced that the seat-sharing pact between the grand old party and his 20-year-old organisation has been finalised. As per the arrangement, 38 seats will be left for allies to contest, he tweeted. Maharashtra Assembly has 288 seats. Smith retains number one position as Kohli holds on to 2nd spot in ICC Test Rankings India captain Virat Kohli has managed to hold on to his second position behind Australia's Steve Smith in the ICC Test Rankings for batsmen released on Monday. Kohli, with 903 rating points, is 34 points behind Smith 937. Besides former Australia captain Smith, compatriot Pat Cummins has also retained his one position in the ICC Test bowlers' rankings. Trump attend Houston event at NRG Stadium PM Narendra Modi said on Monday that US President Donald Trump had shown a special expression by taking the decision to attend a community event in Houston and that decision highlighted a special friendship between the two countries. More than 50,000 people have registered for the event to be held on September 22 at NRG Stadium in Houston. England win the fifth Test and draw the Ashes series. However, Australia will retain the Ashes Trophy as they have won the last Ashes series between the two countries. 21 Indians killed in 2,050 ceasefire violations by Pak: MEA Sep 15, The Pakistani Army has resorted to more than 2,050 unprovoked ceasefir violations this year in which 21 Indians have been killed, the Ministry of External Affairs said Sunday. We have highlighted our concerns at unprovoked ceasefire violations by Pakistan forces, including in support of cross border terrorist infiltration, and targeting of Indian civilians and border posts by them, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Center should make every effort to normalize the situation in Kashmir: Supreme Court On Sep. 16, The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Center to take all possible steps to normalize life in Kashmir. A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice S. Bobde and Justice S. Nazir said that if there is any alleged closure in Kashmir, then the Jammu and Kashmir High Court can deal with it. Woman commits suicide at GTB Nagar metro Station At Delhi metro's Yellow Line, A woman committed suicide by jumping in front of a moving train on Monday, police said. Aisa Khan, a resident of Roshanara Garden, Shakti Nagar, jumped off platform No 2 of the GTB Nagar Metro station, an officer said. The lady was rushed to a hospital where she was declared brought dead. Pakistani pop star jailed for 2 years threatening Modi with snakes in viral video Pakistani pop star singer and TV host fined and upto 2 years in jail for posing with giant snakes and saying her reptile friends will be special gifts for him to be set on Modi for harassing Kashmiris. She is accused of the local wildlife protection for keeping exotic animal including pythons and an alligator at her salon. The remains of 2,246 foetuses uncovered in Dr. Ulrich Klopfer house After death of Dr Ulrich Klopfer on 3 September, while sorting through the doctor's property - his family discovered the remains of more than 2,000 foetuses, who had a clinic in South Bend, Indiana, which was closed in 2016 after licence revoked. In Clashes, Petrol bombs and water cannon used: Hong Kon Protests The violence broke out after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched in open resistance to police ban by throwing petrol bombs and water cannon in reply. As protesters continued to call for full democracy and an investigation into allegations of police brutality though this month the bill was finally withdrawn. Body's nano-sized cells may potentially be used to treat cancer: Study In a recent study Nanosized cells present in our body that are responsible for transferring genetic material to other cells may turn into mini transporter to kill the cancer cell, suggests a study from Michigan State University and Stanford University. The study published in the journal, 'Molecular Cancer Therapeutics' focused on breast cancer cells in mice. "What we've done is improve a therapeutic approach to delivering enzyme-producing genes that can convert certain drugs into toxic agents and target tumours, "said Masamitsu Kanada, lead author and an assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology in MSU's Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. What you eat could affect your brain and memory: Study We know what we eat has an impact on our physical wellbeing, it can also affect our brain and memory Using data from the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative ADNI , the researchers looked at the satiety hormone, Cholecystokinin CCK , in 287 people. CCK is found in both the small intestines and the brain. In the small intestines, CCK allows for the absorption of fats and proteins. In the brain , CCK is located in the hippocampus, which is the memory-forming region of the brain. Traders body urges govt for ban on festival sales of Amazon and Flipkart The Confederation of All India Traders CAIT consent seeking Goverment for blanket ban on festive season sales conducted by e-commerce - Flipkart, Amazon and others, as it provides huge variants of discounts during sales which goes against the FDI rules. 5 lakh reward who helped to locate AN-32 aircraft: IAF Announces In the function to be held on September 17 at Along in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Air Command Air Marshal R. Mathur will give away the reward to ten individuals who helped in locating the missing transport aircraft AN-32 on June 3, 2019. The Russian origin aircraft in which 13 people onboard had died in the crash. Offender James Bond 007 arrested in Delhi A 27-year-old man, Krishna known as 'James Bond 007' resident of Shalimar Bagh involved in six cases of murder, attempt to murder and the Arms Act and his accomplice were arrested. He would wear a T-shirt printed with '007' on it as he considered it lucky for the success of his act. Aadhaar compulsory for new dealers From 1st January 2020, to curb the malpractices in paying Goods and Services Tax, Verification of the unique identification number-Aadhaar compulsory for new dealers said by GST Network's Ministers Chairman Sushil Kumar Modi. On September 20, the next GST Council meeting will be held at Panaji in Goa. KBC 11, 1st Crorepati winner: Sanoj Raj Sanoj Raj was the 1st Crorepati winner in the Kaun Benaega Crorepati 11 by answering the 15th right question, though he failed to get the jack pot question worth Rs. 7 crore right on Friday night's episode, who aspires to become an IAS officer. He is a resident of Jehanabad district,Bihar and son of a farmer. Gold toilet stolen at Blenheim Palace. The gold toilet, plumed into the building of Oxfordshire palace at Blenheim Palace a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In an exhibition by Italian conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelanwas, the piece of art made of 18-karat gold was a part of exhibition which was offered to US President Donald Trump in 2017. Former PM Cameron 'sorry' for Brexit divisions The British prime minister who called the Brexit referendum and then saw the public vote to leave the European Union says he is sorry for the divisions it has caused. David Cameron said in an interview published Saturday that he thinks about the consequences of the Brexit referendum "every single day" and worries "desperately" about what will happen next. Congratulations to the countrymen on Hindi Day: Modi PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday greeted the countrymen on the occasion of Hindi Day and said that Hindi can work to bind the country in unity. Modi said on Twitter, congratulations to all of you on Hindi Day. The simplicity, spontaneity and decency of the language give seriousness to the expression. These aspects are beautifully incorporated in Hindi. '' In Lok Adalat 8846 traffic challans disposed of The National Lok Adalat was held on Saturday in all six district courts of the national capital where 8,846 challans were disposed of, officials said. The Rohini court collected Rs 5,87,300 by disposing of 373 challans issued by the Delhi Police personnel in different traffic circles of the city while the Karkardooma court collected Rs 2,42,100 by settling 223 challans. He was a potential successor to his father, declared officially a global terrorist two years ago. Two major oil facilities attacked by drone: Saudi Arabia Houthi forces had undertaken the attack in the two major oil facilities at Abqaiq, site of Aramco's largest oil processing plant and a second drone attack in the Khurais oil field, Saudi Arabia. The incident occurred at 04:00 01:00 GMT, now fires are under control at both facilities. Odd-even scheme returns to Delhi from Nov 4 Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the odd-even road rationing scheme will be implemented in Delhi from November 4 to 15. Kejriwal said the move was aimed at combating high levels of air pollution in winters when crop burning takes place in neighbouring states. Interpol issues red corner notice against Nirav Modi's brother Interpol has issued a red corner notice against Nehal Modi, brother of Nirav Modi, the main accused in the two-billion-dollar PNB scam case. A global arrest warrant has been issued against Belgian citizen Nehal on charges of money laundering, officials said on Friday. The Enforcement Directorate is investigating the money laundering case. Antitrust investigation: Google's advertising business also on scanner The Attorney General, who is investigating the monopolistic behavior of Google, is also planning an intensive investigation into the company's advertising business. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office sent a letter to Google on Monday asking for internal documents about how it sells advertisements and monitors the behavior of people who use its search engine and other services. Ganpati immersions: 18 dead across Maharashtra At least 18 persons drowned in separate incidents during immersion of Ganesh idols across Maharashtra, police said on Friday. Immersions, which began on Anant Chaturdashi on Thursday, continued into Friday morning in several parts of Mumbai, Pune and Sangli, officials said. Drowning incidents were reported in 11 districts, an official said, adding that 18 persons lost their lives in these. Lakshya, Rahul and Shikha in second round of Belgium International. Leuven Belgium , 12 Sep, Indian badminton players Lakshya Sen, BM Rahul Bhardwaj and Shikha Gautam won their singles matches to enter the second round of the Belgium International Challenger here on Thursday. Asian Junior Champion Lakshya defeated Rasmus Messersmitt of Denmark while Rahul also defeated David Kim of Denmark in the first round. Concrete action plan to eliminate one-time use plastic: FSSAI Food regulator FSSAI said on Thursday that it has taken several steps to reduce plastic use. These have asked hotels to use paper-sealed glass bottles in place of plastic bottles. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India said that it has recently introduced some regulatory measures to reduce the use of plastics in the food and beverage industry. Rupee rises for the sixth consecutive trading session, rising 52 paise to 71. 14 per dollar The exchange rate of the rupee against the US dollar rose by 52 paise to close at 71. 14 per dollar on Thursday in the interbank foreign exchange market amid signs of easing trade tensions between China and the US. Traders said softening crude oil prices and fresh investment from foreign funds further supported the business sentiment. Eleven drowned as boats capsize during Ganesh idol immersion in Bhopal Eleven people drowned when two boats carrying them capsized during Ganesh idol immersion in Lower Lake of Bhopal, a senior police official said on Friday. The incident took place on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday in Khatlapura on the banks of the Lower Lake, Deputy Inspector General of Police Irshad Wali told PTI. Eleven people died in the incident while six were rescued. Economy falling into deep abyss of recession: Priyanka Hitting out at the Modi government, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday said the economy is falling into a "deep abyss" of recession and asked when will the dispensation "open its eyes". Her remarks comes amid opposition's criticism of the government after growth in the last quarter slipped to 5 per cent. Pakistan will not give Jadhav diplomatic access for a second time Islamabad, 12 Sep. Pakistan refused to give India diplomatic access to Kulbhushan Jadhav for the second time. Jadhav was sentenced to death by a military court on charges of "espionage and terrorism". After this, India approached the International Court of Justice for further ban on his death sentence and further measures. The country has seen the driving of my government so far, the entire film remains - Modi Ranchi, 12 Sep. PM Narendra Modi said here on Thursday while mentioning the steps taken in the first 100 days of his government, including the decisive fight against terrorism and corruption, protecting the policies of Muslim women and development of Jammu and Kashmir. In all cases, the country has so far seen only the 'trailer' of their government, the whole film is yet to be done. '' Alibaba's Ma steps down as industry faces uncertainty Beijing, Sep 10 Jack Ma, who founded Alibaba Group, the world's biggest e-commerce company, is stepping down as chairman at a time when the rapidly changing industry faces uncertainty amid a US-Chinese trade war. Ma stepped down Tuesday as part of a succession announced a year earlier. He will stay on as a member of the Alibaba Partnership. 1,092 vehicles undergo pollution test at DTC centres The pollution under check PUC centres at Delhi Transport Corporation tested nearly 1100 private vehicles on Thursday for emission of pollutants, a senior DTC official said. The PUC centres at DTC bus depots and terminals were opened for private vehicles to undergo the emission tests in view of heavy rush at 940 other such centres across the city. Rajnath Singh tweet: Bio-terror is a real threat today I would like to underline the importance of building capabilities to deal with the menace of Bio-terrorism. Bio-terror is a real threat today. Beijing, Sep. 11, China announced the removal of tariffs on 16 categories of US products. The two countries have been involved in a trade war for more than a year and have charged each other hundreds of billions of dollars worth of goods. The Commission released two lists of products that fall out of the tariff. These include seafood products and cancer prevention drugs. ONGC to invest Rs 13,000 crore in Assam to dig oil wells Guwahati, 11 Sep. ONGC announced on Wednesday to invest more than Rs 13 thousand crore in the next five years to excavate more than 220 oil and gas wells in Assam. The company said that it has entered into an agreement with the Assam government to expand exploration and production activities in the state. CBI arrests MHA officer for offering bribe ND, Sep 12 ,The CBI on Thursday arrested a section officer of the Home Ministry for allegedly offering a bribe of Rs 16 lakh to a senior agency officer for influencing a case, officials said. The agency arrested Dheeraj Singh, a section officer in the ministry. The agency caught Singh with about Rs 16 lakh in cash, they said. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau dissolves parliament,Election on OCT 21 Prime Minister of canada justin tradeau on wednesday called for general elections on october 21 and formally kicked off a six week re election campaign. INDO-CHINA stand off in laddakh ends after talk Indian and Chinese soldiers standoff in eastern Ladakh that lasted all day on Wednesday has been resolved through delegation-level talks, Army sources said. "The matter has been de-escalated and disengaged fully after delegation-level talks yesterday. This occurs due to differing perceptions of LAC Line of Actual Control The two-hour-long standoff was brought under control after a drill which sees both sides holding up banners proclaiming their rights over the disputed area before stepping back to their respective positions. AP HC judge to head panel for scrutinising govt tenders Justice B Siva Sankara Rao of the Andhra Pradesh High Court was on Wednesday appointed by the state government as the head of the State Judicial Commission to scrutinise public tenders for all infrastructure works of Rs 100 crore or more before awarding contracts. State Principal Secretary Infrastructure, Investments and Industry Department Rajat Bhargava issued an order to this effect. Prime Minister launches 'Swachhata Hi Seva' campaign from Mathura On Wednesday, Narendra Modi urged the people of the country to abolish the use of Sindhi use plastic, while calling for a nationwide 'Swachhata Hi Seva' campaign. Not only is this waste harmful to the environment, the life of animals is also in danger due to this plastic. He inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of schemes worth one thousand 59 crore and canceled many schemes related to the protection of homosexuals. Good roads first, MV Act implementation later: Goa govt The BJP-led Goa government will first repair all potholes-ridden roads under its "moral responsibility" before starting charging steeper fines under the amended Motor Vehicles MV Act from January next year, Transport Minister Mauvin Godinho said here on Wednesday. He said it was a "moral responsibility" of the state government to provide well-maintained roads to people before implementing the Centrally-amended MV Act. India tops medal tally in Track Asia Cup cycling ND, Sep 11 Ronaldo Laitonjam won his fourth gold of the meet as India picked up three medals on the concluding day to emerge overall champions in the Track Asia Cup cycling competition here on Wednesday. India topped the medal tally with 10 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze medals as the tournament came to an end at the IGI Sports Complex here. The home team clinched 2 gold and 1 bronze on final day on Wednesday. Martyr's wife gets support after two years The family of Satyendra, a resident of Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, who was martyred by the icy storm during the vigil on the border two years ago in Jammu and Kashmir, has given the dependence of the martyred soldiers. The amount of financial assistance was received, but the amount of Rs. 25 lakh declared by the state government had not reached even after two years, which now go to Ramgopal, resident of Begampur. Sumatralata, wife of son-in-law and martyr Satyendra, has been handed over a check for a sum of Rs 25 lakh to his house. Election required for most posts in Congress: Tharoor New Delhi, 10 Sep. Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said that elections are necessary for most posts in the party, including the working committee. He also hoped that the process of election within the party would soon begin under the leadership of the interim president of the Congress, Sonia Gandhi. In an interview to PTI, Tharoor said, "I have said many times that elections between workers are necessary for most of the leadership positions, including the Congress Working Committee. Urmila Matondkar resigned from Congress Actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar said on Tuesday that she has resigned from the Congress party. She joined the Congress in March this year. Urmila cited the 'petty politics within the party' as the reason for leaving the Congress. He said, "My political and social sensibilities do not allow that the selfish elements inherent in the Mumbai Congress, instead of working on any major goal, use them to deal with internal factionalism in the party. " Eight terrorists arrested in Sopore Srinagar, September 10 Eight Lashkar-e-Taiba militants have been arrested from Sopore in Veerula district of Kashmir Valley for pasting and threatening locals by pasting posters. A senior police officer gave this information on Tuesday. "We have arrested eight militants in Sopore and the surrounding areas for putting up posters that threaten locals," he said. CBI appeals to present Kalyan Singh The Central Bureau of Investigation CBI on Monday filed a petition in the special CBI court of Lucknow requesting to summon former Chief Minister and former Governor Kalyan Singh for the purpose of facing trial in the case of demolition of Babri structure. The court is hearing the trial of former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani, BJP senior Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and other accused for the conspiracy to demolish the Babri Masjid structure on December 6, 1992 in Ayodhya. EX pak MLA Baldev Kumar to seek political asylum in India Pakistan ruling party tahreek insaaf party ex-MLA from barikot Baldev kumar from Khyber Pakhtunkhawa region has sought for political asylum in India, he states that minorities are not safe in Pakistan, he is residing with his in-law over a month in Punjab khanna town. UN high commissioner Ms Bachelete has also shown concern over current situation, Indian side will be led by Ajay Bisaria and Vijay Thakur singh. Trump says he cancelled secret summit with Taliban leaders US President Donald Trump has called off a "secret" summit with Taliban leaders and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani after the insurgent group claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb attack in Kabul that killed an American soldier, dealing a significant blow to months-long negotiations that were nearing a peace agreement. Parliament deals British PM Brexit blow before suspension British MPs rejected a second attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday to call an early election to break the Brexit deadlock, in a final show of defiance before he controversially suspends parliament. After a tumultuous few days that exposed Johnson's weakness in the face of hostile lawmakers, the House of Commons again refused to grant a snap poll that might have bolstered his position. Minor raped by two school teachers in Jharkhand A Class 4 student in Jharkhand's Dhanbad district was allegedly raped by two of her school teachers, including the vice-principal, inside the sickroom of the institution, police said on Monday. An FIR was registered at Katras police station against the two teachers and a nurse of the Topchanchhi-based school, after the girl accused them of committing the crime a month ago, they said. 5 healthy foods that fight sugar cravings What makes sugar so unhealthy and hazardous to our body is that it provides us with ample calories without any nutrition empty calories. There are 5 healthy foods-Yogurt is a healthy snack that helps in regulating your appetite and controlling your cravings. Sweet potatoes are high in L-tryptophan, an amino acid which can help in satisfying sugar cravings. Fruits are the best sources of natural sugar. Fruits that are higher in sugars like mango or grapes. Dates are high in calories with a lot of nutritional properties. The British Airways said that the pay offer was fair thiugh this strike is unjustifiable. The British Airline Pilots Association BALPA proposal is not accepted by British Airways. In past 24 hours 5 earthquakes recorded in Himachal Pradesh Director Manmohan Singh said, "The first earthquake was recorded on the borders of the district on Sunday while the second was recorded on the same day around midnight. "There were three earthquakes of magnitude ranging 5. 0, 3. 8 and 2. 5 which were measured in less than an hour on Monday afternoon. Majority of these quakes had their epicentre in area of Chamba district, he explained. No injuries, causalities or loss of property was reported after the jolts. Restrictions lifted from most areas of kashmir The restrictions have been lifted from most areas of the valley, but continued in parts of Srinagar in the interior areas and in the jurisdiction of Maisuma police station of the city, the officials said. Most of the top-level and second rung separatist politicians have been taken into custody while mainstream leaders including three former chief ministers have also been either detained or placed under house arrest. Desperation not part of my personality: Manoj Bajpayee The 50-year-old actor, who is making his digital debut with Amazon Prime Video's "The Family Man", said he always wanted to start with a unique concept which had "integrity" in its narrative. "The Family Man", an action-drama series, tells the story of a middle-class man who works for a special cell of the National Investigation Agency NIA. Bajpayee has made a mark for himself as one of the most versatile performers in Hindi film indsutry. 12 injured in group cash in Muzaffarnagar Muzaffarnagar, Sep 9 At least twelve people, including three children, were injured in a clash between two groups of the same community over minor dispute at Rohana Kala village here. The clash occurred on Sunday evening in which both the groups threw stones at each other, Station House Officer of Kotwali police station Anil Kaparvan said. He said "When failure occurred, the leader of the organisation owned that failure. When success came, he gave it to his team. The best management lesson I have learned did not come to me from reading a book; it came from that experience". Indian president's request denies Pakistan to use its airspace for foreign visits. Pakistan has refused a request by India to allow President Ram Nath Kovind to use its airspace for his flight to Iceland, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Saturday. Kovind will embark on a visit to Iceland, Switzerland and Slovenia from Monday during which he is expected to brief the top leadership in those countries on India's "national concerns", especially in view of terror incidents this year, including the Pulwama attack. ISRO Chief said about loss of contact with Chandrayaan-2 lander 1. 55 am on Saturday came and said at the ISRO mission control room, India's top space scientist K Sivan first briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then made the grim announcement. Communication to the Chandrayaan 2's lander Vikram was lost. At 3. 10 am, an ISRO scientist - not the chief -- announced that a planned press conference had been called off. A Gift From India": UN Headquarters India gifted solar panels to United Nations headquarters in New York to to reduce carbon footprint and promote sustainable energy. The panels are powered up to reach the max of 50 KW of generation power," the United Nations tweeted. Alongside the solar panels, a green roof is also placed in the United Nations headquarters. A green roof, also called a living roof, is a roof covered with vegetation. Health minister has asked the manufacturers and marketers to cope up the shortages crisis due to late payment and firm orders from government. Rabies disease occurs due to bite of a rabid animal leaving Saliva on the wound having RNA virus leading cardio-respiratory failure within 4 days to 2 years or more. Chidambaram Teased Modi Goverment On 5 Percent GDP P. Chidambaram reached Supreme court with CBI officers. When he stepped out of the courtroom, journalists asked him about his CBI custody. Chidambaram replied 5 percent which means GDP dropped to over six-year low of 5 per cent in the April-June quarter. This action shows he was teasing the Modi government. EXPLOSION in Punjab fire cracker company kills 16 At least 16 people have been died and several feared trapped due to massive explosion occur at a fire cracker company in gurdaspur in punjab,the explosion occur at around 4 PM and its intensity was so large that factory got fully damaged along with damaging nearby buildings. The Indian currency extended its fall in late afternoon session declining 100 paise to 72. 40 per dollar. Moody's cut indias GDP growth forecast from 6. Government withdraws enhanced surcharge on tax payable on transfer of certain assets In order to encourage investment in the capital market, it has been decided to withdraw the enhanced surcharge levied by Finance No. The following capital assets are mentioned in section 111A and section 112A of the Act: Rohit Sharma first Indian batsman to score four hundreds in WC2019 Rohit four hundreds in WC2019, the former bringing up his fourth CWC19 and the latter accumulating stylishly for his part in their 180-run stand, but Bangladesh fought back valiantly. Mustafizur's five-wicket-haul was vital, alongside Shakib's tight spell, and wickets at regular intervals prevented Kohli's men from mounting a huge total. Atmabodhanand breaks 194 days old fast to save Ganga Swami atmabodhanand who was on fast for last 194 days to save Ganga and was miffed with the govt lack of desire to work for the upliftment of river Ganga broke his fast in presence of national mission for clean Ganga NMCG director rajiv ranjan in writing. Mumbai finish group stages at top position with 9-wicket win Kolkata Knight Riders were eliminated from Indian Premier League 2019 after suffering a nine-wicket defeat against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. With the win, MI managed to finish at the top position in the table in the group stages. Regional language in Medicine labels The Drugs Technical Advisory Board DTAB recently recommended to the government procurement agencies to follow the steps. Dhoni-less Chennai bow down to Mumbai Indians at home Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 46 runs in an Indian Premier League match on Friday at MA Chidambaram Stadium. 4 overs. However, Archer brushed off all nerves with a flourish as KKR succumbed to their sixth loss in a row. Riyan Parag hit a quickfire 47 to spur RR to victory. Bajrang Punia wins gold, Praveen Rana settles for silver Bajrang Punia opened India's medal tally at the Asian Wrestling Championships with a gold in the 65kg freestyle category, beating Sayatbek Okassov 12-7 in the final. Meanwhile, Praveen Rana settled for silver and Satyavrat Kadian won bronze in 97kg category. North Korea's kim jong-un meet putin For the 1st time north korea's Kim Jong un has met Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday during a two day summit in the Russian city Vladivostok, the two leaders discussed North Korea nuclear weapons programme during 2. 5 hrs summit, this summit is anticipated in response to the recent no output meeting between Kim and Trump.

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アクティブスキルでは、悟空が出現し親子三大かめはめ波が撃てるというファンには堪らない内容となっております。 全てにおいて優秀となっており、Wカテゴリリーダーでもありますので非常に強いです。 フェス限LRキャラは周年イベント以外で登場するのは、今回初めてとなりますので非常に注目しているキャラクターとなっております。 2回目のドッカン覚醒について 2回目のドッカン覚醒は、 「爆裂!!奇跡を起こす絆」と「うちやぶれ!!伝説の超サイヤ人」の2つのイベントを周回しなければなりません。 しかし、他のLRキャラと比べルとそこまで時間が掛からないので、ドッカンバトルに慣れている方なら直ぐに集められると思います。 こちらで2つのイベントを集めてLRキャラへドッカン覚醒させましょう。 無課金で技上げ可能な餌キャラクターがありませんので、こちらはおとなしく老界王神や大界王 技 等といった技上げ用キャラクターを消費しレベルを上げましょう。 技属性だと 会心攻撃LV5が付いてきますので、解放しておきましょう。 2体以上獲得された場合は、まず 潜在ルートの右下から解放することをおすすめします! 右下の潜在ルートでは、技レベルMAXという条件付きではありますが、ステータス上昇率が非常に高いのでおすすめです。 また、潜在能力選択スキルについてですが 「連続」や「会心」等を主に取得しましょう。 どちらのカテゴリもステータス上昇率が非常に高く超優秀な性能となっております。 LRキャラクターの特徴、超必殺技を撃つ為には気力が大量に取得する必要がありますので、撃ちやすいのは非常に強いです。 アクティブスキルを発動すると、悟空が現れ 最強クラスのダメージを与えることが可能です。 この2つのカテゴリを集めた構成となっておりますので、トップクラスのキャラが勢揃いしております。 Wカテゴリリーダーを活かした最強パーティとなっておりますので、是非参考にしてみてください。 LRキャラということで、攻撃力と防御力がトップクラスで更に超必殺技とアクティブスキルでダメージが大幅に与えることが出来ます。 また、気玉もどんどん溜まりやすくなりますので超必殺技も非常に撃ちやすいです。 サブ 超サイヤ人4孫悟空 超速 LR超サイヤ人4孫悟空は、サブとして使います。 こちらも超必殺技が撃ちやすく更にアクティブスキルで究極ダメージを与えることが出来ますので、トップクラスのキャラクターとなります。 サブ SSGSSベジータ 超速 SSGSSベジータは、サブ2人目として使います。 追加攻撃が必ず2回発動し、特攻属性に対して大幅に火力が出ます。 また、変身強化タイプでもありますので長期戦に関しても優秀です。 孫悟空 超力 フェス限の激努悟空は、サブ3人目として使います。 孫悟空という名称ではありますが、変身強化により超サイヤ人に変化し更にパワーアップします。 超サイヤ人状態になると、火力が非常に上がり更に敵からの攻撃に対して全てをガードする効果も持っております。 防御性能も非常に優秀で更にアクティブスキルを発動すると激努モードとなり無敵状態になり強力です。 超サイヤ人ベジータ 超体 変身強化タイプの超サイヤ人ベジータは、サブ4人目として使います。 ターン毎にどんどん変身していき、長期戦になるとSSGSSまで変身するようになりトップクラスの性能を誇ります。 また、一度だけですが気玉を全て体属性に変換する能力もありますので、最強の火力を持っております。 超サイヤ人孫悟天 極限Z覚醒 超力 超サイヤ人孫悟天の極限Z覚醒は、サブ5人目として使います。 他のキャラと比べて、通常ガチャ産なのでそこまで火力が上がりませんが気玉変化するスキルを持っており、周りの気玉調整をしやすくなる効果があります。 周りがLRキャラが多いので、火力を出せるキャラを優先に調整すると必殺技が更に撃ちやすくなりますので非常に強力です。 こちらを発動すると、通常より攻撃力が上がります。 超サイヤ人のキャラクターには、全員持っているリンクスキルとなりますので合わせやすいと思います。 フェス限キャラクターや、LRキャラクター等といった強力な神次元カテゴリのキャラクターが所有していることが多いので使用しやすいと思います。 超激戦イベントでドッカン覚醒させたキャラは全員持っていますので合わせやすいと思われます。 通常より攻撃力が上がりますので火力をより出したいという方にはおすすめです。 超激戦イベントでドッカン覚醒させたキャラは全員持っています。

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SC reserves verdict on death row convict Mukesh's plea, to be delivered Wednesday: Nirbhaya The Supreme Court Tuesday reserved verdict on a plea of one of the four death row convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case, challenging the rejection of his mercy petition by the President. A three-judge bench headed by Justice R Banumathi said that it will pronounce the verdict on Wednesday on convict Mukesh Kumar Singh's plea. The four death row convicts in the case are scheduled to be hanged on February 1. Man brandishes gun at Jamia students, detained An armed man was detained on Thursday after he brandished a pistol at Jamia Millia Islamia students demonstrating against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Thursday, police said. The man, who is yet to be identified, was overpowered by protesters. A student appeared to have been injured in the incident, which led to panic in the Jamia area. Godse, Modi believe in same ideology, says Rahul Gandhi Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday compared Mahatma Gandhi assassin Nathuram Godse with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying both believed in the same ideology. Gandhi, at an anti-CAA rally here, launched a scathing attack on Modi and said he was making Indians to prove that they are Indians. Jackie Shroff to team up with son Tiger in 'Baaghi 3' Actor Tiger Shroff is set to share the screen with his father and veteran actor Jackie Shroff for the first time in "Baaghi 3", the makers announced on Thursday. Also starring Shraddha Kapoor and Ankita Lokhande, "Baagi 3" is scheduled to be released on March 6. Centre moves SC seeking 7-day deadline for hanging death row convicts The Centre on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court for fixing a seven-day deadline for executing death penalty of condemned prisoners. The plea of the Ministry of Home Affairs MHA assumes significance in view of the the death row convicts in the sensational Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case of 2012 filing review, curative and mercy petitions, which has delayed their hanging. Ayodhya police can now apply for leave online The Ayodhya police has introduced an electronic leave management system for sub-inspectors and constables, who can now apply for leave through the Smart E-Police application and do not have to produce themselves before any officer for getting the leaves. The Ayodhya SSP said: "Any sub-inspector or constable can apply for leave through this app and it will be immediately attended by the police office. " Audience has always been smarter than makers: Varun Dhawan Actor Varun Dhawan says at a time when the audience is exposed to different kinds of cinema at the click of a button, the onus is on the filmmakers and artistes to up their game by more than a margin. "Audience has always been smarter than the makers. Even during my dad's time he had to be careful while making films and even now we have to be, we will always have to be careful while making our choices. Kerala Governor seeks report from LDF govt : CAA petition in SC Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has sought a report from the state government for moving the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act without informing him. "The Governors office has sought a report from the Chief Secretary for not informing him about the states move to approach the apex court against the CAA," a top source from Raj Bhavan told PTI on Sunday. Australia win against India in the 1st ODI India ended up with a below-par 255 on a decent batting surface after a middle-order failure. Australia made short work of the target, racing to a resounding victory in 37. 4 overs. Warner, who remained unbeaten on 128 in his team's 10-wicket win against India in the ODI series opener at the Wankhede Stadium, negated Bumrah's challenge well Nirbhaya case: SC dismisses curative petitions filed by two of four death row convicts The Supreme Court Tuesday dismissed the curative petitions filed by two of the four death row convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. A 5-judge bench headed by Justice N V Ramana rejected the curative petitions filed by Vinay Sharma 26 and Mukesh Kumar 32. The proceedings were conducted in-chamber. A curative petition is the last and final legal remedy available to a person. JuD chief Hafiz Saeed pleads not guilty in terror financing cases: Pakistani court official Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed on Tuesday pleaded "not guilty" in two terror financing cases against him as the Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief recorded his statement in a Pakistani anti-terrorism court here, amidst mounting international pressure on Islamabad to rein in militant groups. The Counter Terrorism Department had registered 23 FIRs against Saeed and his accomplices on the charges of terror financing in different cities of Punjab province and arrested him on July 17. Bhim Army chief moves Delhi court seeking bail: Anti-CAA protests Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad sought bail in a local court here on Monday in connection with violence during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in Daryaganj area, claiming that police invoked "boilerplate" charges against him and arrested him "mechanically" without following the due process of law. The court has put up the matter for further hearing on Tuesday. Trump says US following protests in Iran 'closely' US President Donald Trump told the people of Iran Saturday that he stands by them and is monitoring protests that broke out after Tehran admitted it shot down an airliner, killing 176 people. "To the brave, long-suffering people of Iran: I've stood with you since the beginning of my Presidency, and my Administration will continue to stand with you," Trump tweeted. PM renames KoPT after Syama Prasad Mookerjee, draws criticism from oppn Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday rechristened Kolkata Port Trust after Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee, drawing criticism from the opposition camp, which said he was more of a "name-changer" than a "game-changer". "I announce that the Kolkata Port Trust will now be known as Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port. Acid attack survivor's lawyer moves court against 'Chhapaak' Acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal's lawyer on Thursday moved a Delhi court, seeking an injunction on the release of Deepika Padukone-starrer 'Chhapaak'. Advocate Aparna Bhat filed the application saying that despite representing Agarwal in courts for several years and helping in the making of the movie, she was not given credit in the film. US House to vote on preventing Trump from Iran war The Democratic-led US House of Representatives will vote Thursday to prevent President Donald Trump from waging war with Iran after he ordered the killing of a top general, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. "The president has made clear that he does not have a coherent strategy to keep the American people safe, achieve de-escalation with Iran and ensure stability in the region," Pelosi said in a statement. Police zero in on suspects: JNU violence Four days after a masked mob entered the Jawaharlal Nehru University JNU campus here and assaulted 34 people including students, the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police on Thursday said it had zeroed in on a few suspects behind the attack. According to the police, they were very close to identifying the culprits behind Sunday's attack and had zeroed in on a few suspects. PM meets economists, industry experts ahead of Budget Ahead of the Union Budget for 2020-21, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met economists and sector experts at the Niti Aayog to discuss the state of the economy and steps which can be taken to revive growth which is projected to drop to 5 per cent this fiscal. The high-profile meeting was attended by Home Minister Amit Shah, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, besides Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar, CEO Amitabh Kant and other senior officials of the think-tank. Nirbhaya case: Death row convict Vinay Kumar Sharma moves curative plea in SC In a last ditch effort to escape the noose, Vinay Kumar Sharma, one of the four men sentenced to death in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, filed a curative petition in the Supreme Court on Thursday. On Tuesday, a Delhi court issued death warrants against Mukesh 32 , Pawan Gupta 25 , Vinay Sharma 26 and Akshay Kumar Singh 31 and said they will be hanged on January 22 at 7 am in Tihar jail. Heavy rains lash Delhi, traffic snarls in parts of city Rains lashed parts of Delhi-NCR on Wednesday morning, bringing the mercury down and causing traffic snarls at multiple intersections. "The minimum temperature was recorded at 9. 3 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal," a MeT official said. Humidity level was recorded at 100 per cent. "The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to settle around 16 and 8 degrees Celsius respectively," the official added. Banking services impacted due to nationwide trade union strike Banking services were impacted on Wednesday as employees went on a nationwide strike called by 10 central trade unions to protest against the government's "anti-people" policies. Branch activities including cash withdrawal deposit in public sector banks in many places across the country have been affected due to the strike. They have been opposing government policies on bank merger, privatisation, fee hike and other wage-related issues," they said. Trump says 'All is well' after Iran missile attack US President Donald Trump, in his first reaction after Iran's missile attack on two American bases in Iraq, insisted that "all is well" and promised to make a statement to the nation on Wednesday morning. Shortly after the missile attacks, Trump tweeted, "All is well! Missiles launched from Iran at two military bases located in Iraq. So far, so good! 05 pts Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rallied over 500 points in opening session on Thursday as global markets rebounded after the US offered to embrace peace with the Iranian leadership in a bid to de-escalate tensions in the Middle East. After hitting a peak of 41,318. 18, the 30-share BSE index was trading 449. 56 points or 1. 10 per cent higher at 41,267. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty surged 134. 05 points or 1. 11 per cent to 12,159. HRD Ministry officials advise JNU VC to communicate more with students, take faculty into confidence HRD Ministry officials on Wednesday "advised" JNU Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar to increase communication with students, take the faculty into confidence and facilitate the semester registration process, days after violence ran amok on the university campus. "Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare and G C Hosur had a meeting with JNU VC at the Ministry today about the efforts being made to restore normalcy on campus. Mamata Banerjee: Peaceful protests to continue till CAA is revoked Asserting that peaceful protests will continue as long as the new citizenship law is not withdrawn, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday warned the BJP against "playing with fire". The West Bengal chief minister asked students to carry on with their protests. She also told them that she will always be by their side. "Do not fear anbody. I warn the BJP not to play with fire," Banerjee said. Fire in a factory: Delhi A fire broke out in a factory in Narela here on Tuesday morning, a Delhi Fire Service official said. A call was received about the blaze at 4. 52 am and 22 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The firefighting continued and it was believed that no one was trapped inside the building, the official said. Hemant Soren will be CM in Jharkhand: Cong As the JMM-led alliance appeared set to cross the majority mark in the Jharkhand Assembly polls on Monday, the Congress exuded confidence that the alliance will form the government with Hemant Soren as chief minister. Congress coordinator for Jharkhand polls Ajay Sharma said this is the defeat of BJP's corruption and its arrogance. Low intensity earthquake hits Satara: Maharashtra A low intensity earthquake shook Koyna region in Maharashtra's Satara district on Monday morning, an official said. No loss of life or property was reported, he said. The earthquake of magnitude 2. 6 was recorded at 6. 42 am, the state government official said. Its epicenter was eight km from the Koyna dam, he added. NRC have nothing to do with Indian Muslims: Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought to assuage concerns of Muslims over the amended citizenship law and the NRC, saying both have nothing to do with Indian citizens and slammed his rivals for "inciting" people and trying to divide the country in their bid to target him. Launching a scathing attack on opposition parties like the Congress, AAP, TMC and the Left over their protests against the law, he said. 21 held after clashes between AMU students, police As many as 21 people have been arrested in connection with the clashes between AMU students and police over the Citizenship Amendment Act and orders issued to completely vacate all hostels of the university, officials said on Monday. "We have arrested 21 persons in the matter. Named FIR has been lodged against 56 persons and others unidentified," SSP Aligarh Akash Kulhary told PTI over phone. Delhi court convicts BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar in Unnao rape case A Delhi court convicted expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar on Monday for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017 saying the victim's testimony was "truthful and unblemished" against a "powerful person". The court convicted Sengar for rape under Indian Penal Code and POCSO Act for offence of a public servant committing penetrative sexual assault against child. Delhi Police: 3 cops suspended for kidnapping MCD official A sub-inspector and two constables of Delhi Police have been suspended for allegedly abducting an MCD official, a senior police officer said on Wednesday. The inspector of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was abducted from outside his office in Shakurpur at around 3. 30 pm on Tuesday, his brother said. The victim's brother alleged that the MCD inspector was abducted as he had issued a challan to the club owner for violating norms. Amit Shah moves Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday moved the Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Rajya Sabha, saying that Indian Muslims "were, are and will remain Indian citizens". Moving the bill that provides Indian citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, Shah said minorities in the three nations do not get equal rights. Anti-CAB protests rock Northeast Large parts of the northeast on Tuesday simmered over protests by students' unions and Left-democratic organisations against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill, passed by the Lok Sabha. The strike coincided with the bandh called by Left- leaning organisations, including the SFI, DYFI, AIDWA, AISF and AISA. Govt: 31 Army personnel killed in terrorist attacks along LoC from 2016 to 2018 Thirty-one Army personnel were killed in terrorist attacks along the Line of Control LoC from 2016 to 2018, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Monday. In written response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik said that in 2016, six Army personnel died in terrorist attacks, followed by 13 in 2017 and 12 in 2018. Nagpur: Two brothers arrested for raping teenaged girl Nagpur, Dec 10 A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by two brothers on various occasions in the last one month in Maharashtra's Nagpur district, a police official said on Tuesday. The two accused have been arrested, he said. The two accused had kept the girl at their maternal uncle's house in the village while telling the latter that she was an orphan, he said. Citizenship Amendment Bill passes in Lok Sabha The Lok Sabha passed a Bill, which seeks to provide Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees coming from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan after facing religious persecution there, a little past midnight on Monday. After over seven-hour-long debate, the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 was passed in the Lok Sabha with 311 members favouring it and 80 voting against it. 43 killed as massive blaze sweeps in four-storey building in Delhi In one of the worst fire accidents in the city, 43 people were killed after a massive blaze ripped through a four-storey building housing illegal manufacturing units in north Delhi's Anaj Mandi area on Sunday morning, police and fire officials said. A preliminary probe suggested that short circuit triggered the blaze, they said. Hyderabad Encounter: some ex-cops welcome it, some term it 'short-cut' Reactions of some former senior police officials from Maharashtra on Hyderabad encounter were mixed on Friday, with some justifying the action citing the circumstances, while others condemning it as undesirable "short-cut". Ponting : Indian attack is fantastic but spinners tend to struggle in Australia Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting is in awe of India's "fantastic" pace attack but feels their spinners tend to struggle Down Under, making his country's bowling unit a stronger force here. Helped by an impressive battery of fast bowlers, led by Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma, India have risen to the pinnacle of Test rankings. The trio also played an instrumental role in the breakthrough series win in Australia last summer. Shah sets 2024 deadline for NRC BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday set a 2024 deadline for implementing the hugely divisive NRC across the country, asserting "each and every" infiltrator will be identified and expelled before the next general election. Shah say, Today I want to tell you that before the 2024 polls the NRC will be conducted across the country and each and every infiltrator identified and expelled. Enough spectrum available to start 5G services: Ravi Shankar Prasad The spectrum proposed for auction is enough to launch 5G services in the country, the government said on Wednesday. Industry body Broadband India Forum BIF , however, has said that quantum of frequency proposed is insufficient to start the next generation mobile services, Ravi Shankar Prasad informed the Lok Sabha in a written reply. Uddhav sworn in as chief minister in Maharashtra Mumbai, Nov. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray took oath as Chief Minister of Maharashtra on Thursday. Along with him, two leaders of Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party took the oath of office. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. For the first time, a member of the Thackeray family has become the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Rains improve air quality in National Capital Light rains in parts of the national capital on Thursday morning further improved the city's air quality, officials said. The air quality in Delhi stood at 136 at 8. 47 am. An AQI between 0-50 is considered 'good', 51-100 'satisfactory', 101-200 'moderate', 201-300 'poor', 301-400 'very poor' and 401-500 'severe'. Rains and favourable wind speed on Wednesday had improved Delhi's air quality which was recorded in the "moderate" category. Parineeti Chopra: makes comeback on badminton court after neck injury Parineeti Chopra will shoot an extensive sport sequence for her upcoming biopic on ace badminton player Saina Nehwal, nearly ten days after the actor suffered a neck injury which required her to rest. The biopic, titled "Saina", will be directed by Amol Gupte, who has movies such as "Stanley Ka Dabba" and "Hawa Hawaai" to his credits. Article 370: SC reserves verdict on pleas challenging curbs in J-K The Supreme Court reserved on Wednesday its verdict on a batch of pleas including that of Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad challenging the restriction imposed in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir following abrogation of provisions of Article 370. Appearing for Azad, senior advocate Kapil Sibal said they understand that there are national security issues in Jammu and Kashmir, but the entire seven million population cannot be "locked down". Another sanitation worker dies in Shakurpur sewer incident One of the three sanitation workers who had fallen sick while cleaning a sewer in Shakurpur died on Monday at a hospital here, police said. On Saturday, Gore Lal, Rohit, Sai and Ashok had entered a sewer near a gas agency. Ashok died that afternoon and the rest fell sick. They were admitted to the Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital in Pitampura. They had been hired by a PWD contractor to clean the sewer. 50-year-old man commits suicide by jumping off high-rise A 50-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by jumping off a high-rise here on Monday, police said. The man, Pranav Sawant, leaped from the 28th floor of 'Kalpataru Crest' building in suburban Bhandup and fell on the road, a police official said. Local residents heard a loud thud and informed the police. Sawant was taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead on arrival, he said. 66 against the US dollar in early trade propelled by foreign capital inflows and gains in domestic equity market. Easing crude oil prices and a weaker greenback in overseas markets also influenced the sentiment, forex dealers said. At the Interbank Foreign Exchange, the rupee opened strong at 71. 67, showing a rise of 7 paise over its previous closing. Order on Maharashtra govt formation on Tuesday morning: Supreme Court The Supreme Court will give its order on Maharashtra government formation on Tuesday, the apex court said while hearing the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress combine's plea against the governor's decision to swear in Devendra Fadnavis as chief minister. The Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP has filed a plea against the governor's decision to swear in BJP leader Fadnavis as chief minister and NCP's Ajit Pawar as deputy chief minister in the early hours of Saturday 23 killed in plane crash in Congo Goma On 24 November, a plane crashed in a densely populated area on Saturday in the city of Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. 23 people died in this accident. Relief and rescue teams gave this information. Goma Airport official Richard Mangolopa said no one is expected to survive the accident. The Dornier-228 aircraft was going to Beni, 350 kilometers north of Goma. It fell into a residential area near Goma Airport. Amar Ujala buys majority stake in Cygnus Medicare Leading media firm Amar Ujala Ltd has acquired a majority stake in Cygnus Medicare, which operates a chain of super specialty hospitals, for around Rs 130 crore as part of its expansion plans in the healthcare segment. "We have concluded a deal of around Rs 130 crore with Cygnus Medicare to take over their 10 hospitals and added our two hospitals in the overall portfolio," Amar Ujala Ltd Director Probal Ghosal told. Kohli: Test cricket needs marketing like ODIs and T20s Creating a buzz around Test cricket with attractive marketing, similar to ODIs and T20s, is a must to change an established psyche among fans for the traditional format, India skipper Virat Kohli suggested on Sunday. Kohli said Test cricket needs to be strengthened and suggested the idea of having interaction with the fans, especially school children during the games. A three-judge bench said the plea of post-poll alliance, 'Maha Vikas Aghadi', seeking a direction to the governor to invite them to form government under the leadership of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray would not be considered at present. Srikanth, Sameer won at Korea Open India got off to a terrific start in Korea Masters badminton when Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma reached the second round of the men's singles. Sixth seeded Srikanth gave Wong Wing Ki Vincent of Hong Kong 21. 18, 21. Defeated 17. Sameer also reached the second round when Kazumasa Sakai of Japan had to give up the middle. At the same time, Saurabh Verma defeated by local player Kim Dongun. Man gets life term for raping step-daughter Muzaffarnagar, Nov 21 An Uttar Pradesh court has sentenced a man to life imprisonment for raping his 17-year-old step-daughter after her mother died. The Baghpat additional district and sessions judge Shailendra Pandey also slapped a fine of Rs 53,000 on Wednesday on Mahendra Kumar for the crime. The girl had been living with her step father after her mother died and he had been sexually harassing her since, according to a police complaint filed by the girl. Supreme court: If fundamental rights are not protected then the importance of the constitution will end The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that the constitution would "lose its importance" if the violation of fundamental rights such as the right to life and fair hearing of citizens by private working people of the state government is not resolved. Fundamental rights such as the right to life, equality and freedom of expression are enforceable under the Constitution against the state and its machinery and the private party working in the state, but they are arguing that for violation of such rights of citizens they cannot be held accountable. Cabinet approves the bill giving ownership to the residents of illegal colonies of Delhi The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill providing legal framework to give ownership to people living in illegal colonies in Delhi. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman gave this information. The Cabinet had recently decided to give ownership and approved the Bill on Wednesday. The bill is to be introduced during the current winter session of Parliament. The proposal would apply to 1,797 identified illegal colonies spread over 175 square kilometers of the national capital. For medical treatment former Pak PM Nawaz Sharif leaves for London Pakistan's ailing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday left for London in an air ambulance for medical treatment for multiple diseases, days after the Lahore High Court allowed him to travel abroad for four weeks and rejected the Imran Khan government's condition of furnishing an indemnity bond. Sharif, 69, is accompanied by his younger brother Shehbaz Sharif, his personal physician Adnan Khan and other personnel. S Tendulkar raises awareness for brain development in Kathmandu Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was here on a three-day trip to raise awareness for the UNICEF Nepal's 'Bat for Brain Development' campaign. A UNICEF ambassador, Tendulkar engaged in a game of cricket with the Nepal women's team, visited the famous Pashupati Temple and met the Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli, during his stay here. Rishi Kapoor: Time for government to recognise contribution of artistes Actor Rishi Kapoor says it is important to recognise the role of artistes and cinema in the country as they have contributed immensely to its cultural, financial growth. The 67-year-old actor completes 50 years in the industry next year. The actor said its about time a culture is set in where people from the field of arts, culture and even business are given their due recognition from the government. Mrunal Thakur joins Shahid Kapoor's movie in 'Jersey' Mrunal Thakur will star alongside Shahid Kapoor in the remake of Telugu hit, "Jersey". The Hindi version will be directed by Gowtam Tinnanauri, who also helmed the 2019 Telugu original, starring Nani in lead role. Mrunal's character has been described as an "anchor to Shahid's, who goes on an emotional journey against all odds to play cricket for the country in his mid 30's, when it's time for most people to retire from competitive sports". Winter Session starts on stormy note The Winter Session of Lok Sabha on Monday began on a stormy note, with protests by the Congress and other Opposition members over various issues. Within minutes of commencement of the Question Hour, around 30 members from the Congress trooped into the Well, shouting slogans and demanding that the government stop attacking the Opposition as well as foisting false cases. Justice Ranjan Gogoi retires as CJI New Delhi, Nov 17 Justice Ranjan Gogoi, the first person from northeast to reach the top of judiciary and credited for bringing the curtains down on the decades old politically and religiously sensitive Ayodhya land dispute, retired as the chief justice of India on Sunday. Justice Gogoi's tenure as judge and as CJI was marked by some controversies and personal allegations but that never came in his way of his judicial work that was reflected in the last few days when benches headed by him delivered some path-breaking judgements. Gotabaya Rajapaksa wins Sri Lankan presidential election Colombo, Rajapaksa, who will succeed President Maithripala Sirisena for a five-year term, will be sworn in as the seventh executive president of Sri Lanka on Monday at the ancient north central town of Anuradhapura. Rajapaksa, 70, defeated Premadasa, 52, by more than 13 lakh votes, according to the official results. He will be the second member from the Rajapaksa family to become the president. Justice Bobde takes oath as next CJI New Delhi, Nov 18 Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde was on Monday administered oath as the 47th Chief Justice of India by President Ram Nath Kovind. Justice Bobde, 63, succeeds Justice Ranjan Gogoi who demitted office on Sunday. Justice Bobde will have a tenure of around 17 months and would demit office on April 23, 2021. AIMPLB for review of SC verdict in Ayodhya case The All India Muslim Personal Law Board AIMPLB on Sunday favoured seeking a review of the Supreme Court's judgement in the Ayodhya issue, and said it was against accepting the five-acre alternative land given for a mosque. "The board has also categorically stated that it was against taking five-acre land in Ayodhya in lieu of the mosque. The board is of the view that there cannot be any alternative to the mosque," he said. Govt. working on two policies to push MSME exports: Nitin Gadkari The government is working on two policies to increase MSME exports and bring down imports by encouraging local production, Union MSME and Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Saturday, while addressing the gathering at Small Micro Enterprise conference at Nagpur. INDvBAN: India win first Test by an innings 130 runs India bowled out Bangladesh for 213 to record an innings and 130-run victory in the first Test, here on Saturday. India declared their first innings at 493 for 6 after bowling out Bangladesh for 150 in the visitor's first essay. In their second innings, Bangladesh were bundled out for 213. India lead the two-match series 1-0. Fire at shoe factory in Delhi New Delhi, Nov 17 A fire broke out at a shoe factory in outer Delhi's Narela and 24 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, officials said on Sunday. It is suspected that two persons are trapped inside the building and efforts are being made to search for them, the fire department officials said. Sabarimala temple in Kerala opens for 2-month long pilgrimage season Amid tight security, the gates of the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala were thrown open for the two-month-long Mandala-Makaravilakku pilgrimage season. Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran has made it clear that Sabarimala was not a place for activists to display their activism and said the government would not encourage such women who want to visit the shrine for publicity. Delhi air remains unbreathable, may worsen today New Delhi Nov 16 Air quality in Delhi deteriorated to emergency category once again with the levels of ultrafine pollutants PM 10 and PM 2. 5 rising to 865 and 796 micrograms per cubic metre, respectively, in the early hours of Friday. The western disturbance occurring throughout northwest India has left the atmosphere cloudy and an isolated drizzle is expected in Delhi on Saturday. This, according to experts, would only worsen the condition as lesser rainfall will not wash out the pollutants. Goa DGP Pranab Nanda dies of cardiac arrest Panaji, Nov 16 Goa's Director General of Police Pranab Nanda died of cardiac arrest in New Delhi last night, a senior official said. Inspector General of Police Jaspal Singh confirmed Nanda's death. He was on a Delhi visit after attending official functions in Goa on Friday. We were informed by his family that Nanda is no more. He died due to cardiac arrest. It's shocking, he said. The 1988-batch IPS officer was transferred to Goa on February 25, this year by Ministry of Home Affairs. Ravindra Jadeja and Umesh Yadav remained unbeaten on 60 and 25 respectively. India lead by 343 runs. Bangladesh was score 150 in 1st innings. Maha politics: Sena-NCP-Cong pact takes shape Mumbai, Nov 15 The first-ever Shiv Sena- NCP-Congress alliance in Maharashtra appears to be taking definitive shape with Sharad Pawar on Friday announcing the prospective government will complete five-year term and provide a development-oriented administration. Speaking to reporters in Nagpur, Pawar said the three parties want to form a stable government which will be development-oriented. Gold worth Rs 52 lakh seized from passenger at airport Bhubaneswar, Nov 15 Customs officials at Biju Patnaik International Airport here seized smuggled gold worth around Rs 52 lakh from a passenger, officials said on Thursday. Officers of Air Customs intercepted the passenger hailing from Kerala, who arrived from Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday night, they said. During frisking, gold weighing 1,310. 65 gram having 99. 9 per cent purity were recovered from his possession, the officials said. PM Modi meets Chinese Prez Xi in Brazil Brasilia, Nov 15 Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping here and the two leaders agreed to maintain a close contact on matters relating to trade and investment to further deepen and add new vigour to the bilateral ties. During the meeting on the sidelines of the 11th BRICS Summit on Wednesday, prime minister Modi said there was a "new direction and new energy" in bilateral ties after the two leaders' second informal summit in Chennai. Rafale deal: SC gives clean chit to Modi govt. New Delhi, Nov 15 The Supreme Court Thursday gave clean chit to the Modi government on the purchase of 36 fully loaded Rafale fighter jets from French company Dassault Aviation, rejecting the plea for registration of an FIR by the CBI for alleged commission of cognisable offence in the deal. RBI to cut rates by 40 bps by Feb despite high inflation Mumbai, Nov 14 Headline inflation is bound to rise further to 5 per cent for November, but despite the pinch in price rise, the Reserve Bank will go for two consecutive rate cuts on growth concerns, a report said on Thursday. Analysts at foreign brokerage Bank of America Merrill Lynch said the RBI will cut rates by 0. 25 per cent in December, and follow it up with a 0. 15 per cent in February. NIA arrests man for raising funds for LeT New Delhi, Nov 11 The National Investigation Agency NIA on Monday arrested Javed 40. He was arrested from Delhi on Sunday for his alleged role in funding LeT operative Sheikh Abdul Nayeem alias Sohel Khan who was held and chargesheeted earlier for criminal conspiracy to carry out subversive activities in the country,officials said. The NIA officials stated that five accused in the case-- Nayeem, Bedar Bakht, Towseef Ahmad Malik, Dinesh Garg alias Ankit Garg and Adish Kumar Jain were arrested earlier. The NIA investigation showed that Javed is a native of Khampur village in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. Pak: Challenges ITF decision to change venue of Davis Cup match Karachi, 11 Nov. Pakistan has filed an appeal in this world body against the decision of the International Tennis Federation ITF to shift the Davis Cup match against India to a neutral venue and said that Islamabad is fully to host it is ready. Saifullah said, "We have said that we are fully prepared to host India for the Davis Cup match and there is no security issue nor is our right to host taken away due to political relations between the two countries. " needed. President Kovind accepts Sena MP Arvind Sawant's resignation New Delhi, Nov 12 President Kovind on Tuesday accepted the resignation of Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant from the Union council of ministers with immediate effect, a Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson said. Sawant's resignation has been accepted on advice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to the spokesperson. Ayodhya verdict: RPF increases security at 80 major stations New Delhi, Nov 08 The Railway Police on Thursday issued a seven-page consultation on security preparedness with instructions to all its mandals in view of the Supreme Court's decision in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case. Sources said that in consultation with the Railway Protection Force, information has been given that the holidays of all its personnel have been canceled. He has been instructed to remain posted in the safety of trains. India equaled Bangladesh in the series by defeating Bangladesh by 8 wickets Rajkot, Nov 7 India returned to the bowlers with a fine performance led by Yuzvendra Chahal in the second T20 International cricket match to restrict Bangladesh to a score of 153 for six on Thursday. Thanks to Rohit Sharma 85 's innings, Team India defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets in the second match on Thursday, equaling one each in the three-match T20 series. Passport not necessary for Indian Sikhs using Kartarpur corridor - Pak Islamabad, Nov 07 Pakistan's Foreign Office said on Thursday that Prime Minister Imran Khan has removed the condition of a one-year pass for Indian Teach devotees visiting the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib using the Kartarpur corridor. Nilgiris Mountain Rail services have been suspended till tomorrow due to landslides The Nilgiris Mountain Rail services have been suspended till tomorrow due to landslides. The North East Monsoon that is active over the region has triggered landslides in the hilly tracts of the Nilgiris district in Tamil Nadu. CBI files charge sheet against Chidambaram, Karti, others New Delhi, Oct 18 The CBI filed a charge sheet before a Delhi court Friday in the INX Media corruption case accusing former finance minister P Chidambaram and others including bureaucrats of causing loss to the exchequer by allegedly committing offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act. Cong destroyed nation with its wrong policies: Modi Ellenabad, Oct 19 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday attacked the Congress, alleging that their wrong policies destroyed the nation and injustice was continuously done with Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a gathering here on the last day of campaigning, Modi attacked the party on Article 370 issue, saying it was a temporary provision, but for 70 years the Congress did nothing about it. Modi has no understanding of economy: Rahul Haryana, 18 oct, Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and alleged that Modi has no understanding of the economy and that the policies of this government are mocking India around the world today. He also said in an election meeting in Mahendragarh, Haryana that if the country is divided then the country will never progress. He claimed, the condition of the country is in front of you, you cannot hide anything. The highest unemployment in 40 years is in the country today. Pakistan avoided being blacklisted at present Islamabad, 18 Fearing to be a separatist for not taking action against Terror and Terrorists, Pakistan has got a big relief. However, Pakistan has been warned once again. The Financial Exxon Task Force has clearly warned Pakistan to complete its full action plan against terrorists by February 2020. If this does not happen then major action will be taken. Delhi's air quality 'very poor' again New Delhi, Oct 18 The national capital's air quality slipped into the "very poor" category on Friday morning, and was expected to decline sharply over the weekend owing to changing weather and "significant" stubble burning. The city's overall air quality index AQI stood at 306 on Friday. It was 276 on Thursday. DGP: Pak-sponsored terrorists behind the killing of civilians in JK Srinagar, 17 Oct Jammu and Kashmir Police DG Dilbag Singh said Thursday that the terrorists involved in the killing of three civilians, including a servant, have been identified as Pakistan-sponsored terrorists this week. He directed harsh action against such an element for peace. Recently, one person of Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan died in different terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. CJI Gogoi recommends Justice S A Bobde New Delhi, Oct 18 Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Friday sent a letter to the Centre recommending Justice S A Bobde, who is next in seniority, as his successor. Official Sources told PTI that Justice Gogoi wrote a letter to the Ministry of Law and Justice recommending Justice Bobde to be the next chief justice. Maha Polls: Sanjay Dutt supports Aaditya Thackeray Mumbai, Oct 17 Actor Sanjay Dutt has backed Aaditya Thackeray, who is making his debut in electoral politics, and said he hopes the Yuva Sena leader wins by a huge margin as the country needs dynamic young leaders. The 29-year-old Yuva Sena chief, who is theelder son of Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, is contesting the October 21 Maharashtra Assembly polls from Mumbai's Worli constituency. Sensex gains 60 points in early trade Mumbai, Oct 17 Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 60 points in early trade on Thursday led by gains in banking stocks amid sustained foreign fund inflows. Besides, easing global crude prices also helped buying sentiment, traders said. The 30-share index was trading 60. 48 points, or 0. 16 per cent, higher at 38,659. 47 in morning trade. Trump defends troop pull out from Syria Washington, Oct 17 The US is not going to get involved in "crazy endless wars" over 7,000 miles away, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday, defending his decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria. The last week decision paved the way for Turkey to launch a cross-border military offensive that aims to push the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces SDF from the region. Turkey considers the biggest militia in the SDF a terrorist organisation. RSS: People with nationalistic ideology being killed in Bengal Bhubaneswar, Oct 17 The RSS has termed as "unfortunate" the "killing of people having faith in nationalistic ideology" in West Bengal. RSS joint general secretary Manmohan Vaidya said this in reply to a question on the Murshidabad triple murder case in neighbouring West Bengal. The organisation had claimed that the slain teacher, Bandhu Prakash Pal, was its supporter while the victims' family insisted that he had no political affiliation. Kerala court extends police remand of Jolly Kozhikode, Oct 17 A Kerala court on Wednesday extended till Friday the police custody of Jolly Joseph and two others in connection with the suspicious deaths of six members of a family here over 14 years from 2002, allegedly after consuming cyanide-laced food. Jolly, M S Mathew and Prajikumar were produced before the Thamarassery court here this evening by police as their six-day remand ended. Modi diverts attention from issues: Rahul Gandhi Wardha, Oct 15 Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "loudspeaker" of certain industrialists, and said his strategy was like that of a pickpocket who diverts attention to steal. On campaign trail in Vidarbha for October 21 Maharashtra assembly elections, he also targeted the Modi government for "waiving" corporate tax. Congress leader shot dead in Aligarh UP : Police Aligarh UP , Oct 16 A local Congress leader has been shot dead in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh district over an alleged property dispute, police said on Wednesday. The men, who are yet to be identified, reached Mohamed Farouk's office near Shamshad market under Civil Lines police station limits on two motorcycles around 8 pm on Tuesday, said Superintendent of Police City Abhishek Kumar. Post-paid mobile phone services restored in Kashmir Srinagar, Oct 14 Mobile phones in Kashmir buzzed back to life on Monday, connecting 40 lakh post-paid subscribers to their families and friends in the country, the Valley and their neighbourhoods after 72 days but without any internet facilities. The resumption of the service is only on post-paid connections and only for voice calls and SMS. Over 25 lakh prepaid mobile phones and other internet services, including WhatsApp, will remain deactivated for now, officials said. The 2019 Nobel Prize has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino in Chemistry The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionised our lives and are used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles. Peter Handke awarded the 2019 NobelPrize in Literature The peculiar art of Peter Handke, awarded the 2019 NobelPrize in Literature, is the extraordinary attention to landscapes and the material presence of the world, which has made cinema and painting two of his greatest sources of inspiration. 2019 Literature Laureate Peter Handke has established himself as one of the most influential writers in Europe after the Second World War. Olga Tokarczuk awarded the 2018 NobelPrize in Literature Olga Tokarczuk, awarded the 2018 NobelPrize in Literature, never views reality as something stable or everlasting. She constructs her novels in a tension between cultural opposites; nature versus culture, reason versus madness, male versus female, home versus alienation. The petition has challenged the anticipatory bail granted to both in the Aircel-Maxis case. Justice Suresh Kait issued notice to Chidambaram and Karti on the agency's plea for cancellation of their anticipatory bail. IND in command as Kohli approaches 200 Pune, 11 Oct With the help of captain Virat Kohli's 26th Test century, India scored 473 for 4 wickets till tea break on the second day of the second cricket Test against South Africa. Playing as an icon of restraint, Kohli has scored 194 runs while Ravindra Jadeja has scored 25 runs. Kohli completed his 69th international century with an excellent straight drive to Vernon Philander. He played a very restrained innings, edging loose balls. China: Complains about US visa restrictions Beijing, Oct 10 China says the US has been harassing Chinese scholars, students, entrepreneurs and scientists, in part through the denial or revocation of visas. Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says the actions have "infringed upon the safety and lawful rights and interests of the Chinese personnel involved. American officials say Chinese companies provide technology used to repress Muslim minorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang. Jilting a lover not an offence: HC New Delhi, Oct 10 Jilting a lover despite sexual relationship, however abhorrent it may seem, is not an offence, the Delhi High Court has observed. The court further said that now there is wide acceptance to move ahead from the 'no means no' rule on sexual consent, to 'yes means yes'. The court's judgement came while upholding the acquittal of a man in a rape case lodged by a woman to whom he had promised to marry. Goa govt. replaces traditional '100' dial with new '112' Panaji, Oct 9 The Goa government on Wednesday launched '112' as the new integrated emergency number for police, fire and medical emergencies replacing the traditional dial number '100'. "In the first phase, the dial '112' service will cover only police department. The service has been launched with the help of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs," he said. China: Xi to visit India from Oct 11 to 12 Beijing, Oct 10 Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India from October 11 to 12 to take part in the 2nd informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during which they are expected to hold comprehensive talks on a host of issues concerning the bilateral relations and exchange views on regional and international issues. This is the 2nd informal summit between Modi and Xi. India is among 75 countries with which Switzerland's Federal Tax Administration FTA has exchanged information on financial accounts within the framework of global standards on AEOI, an FTA spokesperson told PTI. Supreme Court: Accepts petition to improve fire and emergency services New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Monday accepted the plea seeking to improve services across the country in situations like fire and emergency. The petition said that the inefficient and inefficient fire department is dangerous for the country. A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Justice Ravindra Bhat sought a response from the Central Government on a petition filed on behalf of a person named Sanjay Garg. Novak Djokovic clinched the Japan Open Tokyo, Oct 6 World number one Novak Djokovic clinched the Japan Open on Sunday, dispelling concerns about the shoulder injury that forced him out of the US Open. The Serbian star crushed Australian qualifier John Millman 6-3, 6-2 to mark his 10th win in a tournament main draw debut. Beaming Djokovic, the winner of 16 Grand Slams, now goes to the Shanghai Masters, where he is the top seed. UP: gas leak at paper mill, 10 workers hospitalised Muzaffarnagar, Oct 7 Ten workers fell ill due to gas leak at a paper mill here, police said on Monday. The incident took place on Sunday evening, SHO of New Mandi police station Sanjiv Kumar said. The workers were rushed to a nearby hospital after they complained of irritation in eyes and breathlessness, police added. Conditional bail for 29 protesters: Aarey protest Mumbai, Oct 6 A sessions court in Mumbai on Sunday granted bail to 29 protesters arrested over the last two days on charges of allegedly obstructing and assaulting police personnel on duty during protests against felling of trees at Aarey Colony. However, the protesters are unlikely to walk out of the Thane jail, where most of them are currently lodged, on Sunday pending completion of the legal procedure and other formalities. India vs South Africa: Shami, Jadeja put India on cusp of big win in 1st Test Visakhapatnam, Oct 6 Mohammad Shami and Ravindra Jadeja ran through the South African batting in the morning session to put India on the cusp of a big win on day five of the first Test here on Sunday. Chasing an improbable 395-run target, South Africa were expected to put up a fight like they did in the first innings but Shami's three-wicket burst and Jadeja's probing spell has made it all but certain that India will reach finishing line much faster Nitish Kumar elected JD U president for another term New Delhi, Oct 6 Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has been elected unopposed as JD U president for another term, his party said on Sunday. The party's national returning officer Aneel Hedge said Kumar was the only candidate for the post and was officially declared as its president after the time of withdrawal for nomination ended on Sunday. Over 8,600 bunkers constructed along LoC in Jammu: IB Jammu, Oct 5 Over 8,600 community and individual bunkers have been constructed along the Line of Control and the International Border in five districts of the Jammu region, an official spokesperson said on Saturday. The information was given at a meeting, chaired by Divisional Commissioner DC of Jammu, Sanjeev Verma, to review the progress of construction of bunkers in Samba, Kathua, Jammu, Poonch and Rajouri districts, he said. Another jolt for greens as HC refuses stay on felling of trees: Aarey Mumbai, Oct 5 Green activists suffered a second jolt in two consecutive days when the Bombay High Court on Saturday refused to stay ongoing felling of trees at Mumbai's prominent green lung, Aarey Colony, to make way for a proposed metro car shed. A few green activists moved a fresh application on Saturday seeking stay for a week on the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd action of chopping 2656 trees in the area, a day after the HC dismissed four petitions filed by NGOs and activists. Ashok Tanwar resigned from Congress New Delhi, 5 Oct Annoyed by ticket distribution in Haryana Assembly elections, former state Congress Committee president Ashok Tanwar resigned from the primary membership of the party on Saturday and alleged that some people within the Congress were struggling with the existence crisis. There has been in his resignation letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Tanwar also alleged that a conspiracy was being hatched to end the party. A few days ago, he resigned from various committees of the state assembly elections. Seven agreements signed between India and Bangladesh New Delhi, 5 Oct: India and Bangladesh, while expanding their relations, signed seven agreements on Saturday after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Is related to water resources, youth affairs, culture, education and coastal monitoring. Three projects including LPG exports were also launched during this period. One of these projects is related to import of LPG from Bangladesh. The imported LPG will be distributed in the northeastern states of India. India set target of 395 runs to win South Africa Visakhapatnam, 5 Oct. The Indian team declared their second innings for 323 for four on the fourth day of the first Test here on Saturday, giving South Africa a target of 395 runs for victory. India declared the first innings at 502 for seven wickets and ended South Africa's first innings at 431 runs. Opener Rohit Sharma, who scored a century in the first innings for India, scored a century by scoring 127 runs in the second innings as well. Cheteshwar Pujara scored an innings of 81 runs. After 35 years, Pak woman gets Indian citizenship Muzaffarnagar, Oct 4 Thirty-five years after she applied for Indian citizenship, a Pakistani woman, married to a man in Muzaffarnagar city and residing in the country on a long-term visa, has been granted Indian nationality. According to a local intelligence official, 55-year-old Zubeda had married Syed Mohammad Zaved, a resident of Yogenderpur locality here, 35 years ago. Woman burnt alive over dowry; Muzaffarnagar Muzaffarnagar, Oct 4 A woman was allegedly burnt to death over dowry in Saidham Colony in the city, police said on Friday. A case has been registered against four people including her husband Arun Kumar who was absconding, the SHO said. According to a complaint lodged by the victim's family, who were harassing her over dowry since her marriage to Kumar one-and-half-years ago. A Man held for raping his 15-year-old niece Thane, Oct 4 The police have arrested a man from Jalgaon in North Maharashtra for allegedly repeatedly raping his 15-year-old mentally challenged niece and impregnating her, an official said on Friday. The accused later abandoned her at Kalyan railway station in Thane district, he said. The girl, who was mentally challenged, was unable to reveal her identity, and five months pregnant, he said. Odisha earns Rs 5. The Transport Department had introduced online auction of fancy registration number and advance registration number booking system since June 2016. Nearly 1,900 dead in monsoon rains, floods. New Delhi, Oct 4 Nearly 1,900 people lost their lives and another 46 were reported missing this monsoon season in rains and floods which affected more than 25 lakh in 22 states, Union Home Ministry officials said on Friday. The highest 382 people died in Maharashtra, followed by 227 deaths in West Bengal in rains, floods and landslides that hit as many as 357 districts in the country. President, PM Modi pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi New Delhi, Oct 2 President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat on his 150th birth anniversary. Congress president Sonia Gandhi, former prime minister Manmohan Singh, BJP veteran L K Advani, among those who paid floral tributes to the father of the nation. The prime minister said the nation expresses its gratitude to Gandhi for his everlasting contribution to humanity. SC refuses to plea for producing Farooq Abdullah New Delhi, Sep 30 The Supreme Court on Monday refused to further entertain Rajya Sabha MP Vaiko's plea seeking production of former Jammu and Kashmir CM Farooq Abdullah before it and said the MDMK leader can challenge the detention order under the Public Safety Act. He is under detention under the Public Safety Act, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi told Vaiko's counsel. Bhadauria takes charge as new IAF chief ND, Sep 30 Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria on Monday took charge as the 26th chief of the Indian Air Force. He succeeds Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, who retired after 41 years of service in the IAF. Air Marshal Bhadauria was commissioned in the fighter stream of the Indian Air Force in June 1980, and has held various command, staff and instructional positions. Rani Mukerji's 'Mardaani 2' to release on December Mumbai, Sep 30 Rani Mukerji-fronted cop-drama "Mardaani 2" is slated to be released on December 13. The movie, backed by Yash Raj Films, is written and directed by Gopi Puthran. It will see Rani reprise the role of cop Shivani Shivaji Roy. It is a sequel to 2014 critically-acclaimed hit "Mardaani", which was directed by Pradeep Sarkar. Death toll reaches 25 in Bihar; IMD predicts more rain Patna, Sep 30 After being pounded by heavy rain over the weekend, most parts of the Bihar capital remained submerged even as the state-wide death toll mounted to 25. On Sunday, 18 deaths were reported from across the state in mishaps attributed to the torrential rainfall. In Patna, the IMD has predicted showers later in the day. China to send its top trade negotiator to US for talks Beijing, Sep 30 China's top trade negotiator will lead an upcoming 13th round of talks aimed at resolving a trade war with the United States, a senior Chinese official said Sunday. Vice Premier Liu He will travel to Washington for the negotiations, Vice Commerce Minister Wang Shouwen said. He didn't give exact dates, but said the talks would be after China's National Day holiday, which runs through Oct. Hrithik Roshan: Life for me is about fears mashed with excitement Mumbai, Sep 29 He may have defined the quintessential Bollywood hero, but Hrithik Roshan says he has been pushing himself as an artiste with atypical choices since the beginning of his career. Hrithik says "True joy is when you live on the edge. The adrenaline rush, the insecurity, the fears mashed with the excitement is what life should be about," he says. World has "great expectations" from India: PM Chennai, Sep 30 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the world has "great expectations" from India, and asserted his government will lead the country to a path of 'greatness' where it will be beneficial to the entire globe. On his first visit to Tamil Nadu after retaining power in this year's Lok Sabha polls, the Prime Minister reiterated his campaign against single-use plastic. RBI rate decision, macro data to steer markets-shortened week: Analysts ND, Sep 29 RBI's interest rate decision, macroeconomic data points and global cues would be the key driving factors for the equity market in the holiday-shortened week ahead, say analysts. "Markets are expected to consolidate further with the bias on the positive side. We feel the upcoming RBI monetary policy review meet could trigger the next directional move," said Ajit Mishra, Vice President, Research, Religare Broking Ltd. Three ultras eliminated, one Army jawan killed in J-K's Ramban operation Jammu, Sep 28 Three terrorists were eliminated while an Army jawan was killed in an ongoing operation in the Batote area along the Jammu-Kishtwar national highway on Saturday, an Army officer said, as the nearly nine-hour long search operation entered its final stage. The militants were encircled by the search parties inside a house in the main market after they managed their escape from the scene of the earlier encounter in the highway town in Ramban district, officials said. Rajnath: Security force fully prepared to face any situation Chennai, Sep 25 Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Wednesday that the Indian security forces are fully prepared to face every situation, On the reactivation of terrorist camps in Balakot, Pakistan. Significantly, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Monday that Pakistan recently reactivated terrorist camps in Balakot. A learning experience of Chandrayaan 2: NASA engineer Kolkata, Sep 26 A spacecraft systems engineer at NASA has said that the recent Chandrayaan 2 mission has been a "learning experience" for Indian scientists as it has helped ISRO to gather a lot of information about the Moon. When asked what could have happened to the lander, the NASA engineer said, It is upto ISRO scientists to figure out what went wrong. We do learn from failures. Badminton: Kashyap enters quarters final of Korea Incheon, Sep 26 Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap on Thursday advanced to the Korea Open men's singles quarterfinal after a three-game triumph over Malaysia's Daren Liew here. Kashyap prevailed 21-17 11-21 21-12 in a contest that lasted 56 minutes. He will next square off against the winner of the match between eighth-seeded Indonesian Anthony Sinisuka Ginting and Denmark's Jan O Jorgensen. Humbled by generosity: Amitabh Bachchan Mumbai, Sep 25 Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Wednesday said he was short of words to express his gratitude after he was named Dadasaheb Phalke Award recipient for 2018. The 76-year actor, who completes 50 years in cinema, took to Twitter to share his response with fans. On Tuesday, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the award for the Bollywood veteran. Seattle-based Amazon also announced new Alexa features and smart home experiences. For the India market, which include the new Echo that features an updated fabric design and premium sound for Rs 9,999. This ship is well equipped with all the modern technology and the facilities required by the IndiaCoastGuardto ensure maritime security for our country. The bench said it is for the government to come up with appropriate guideline to deal with these issues. 'Dream Girl'movie enters Rs 100 crore club Mumbai, Sep 24 Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha have thanked fans for their love for "Dream Girl", which has clocked Rs 101. 40 crore at the box office. Ayushmann, who plays the role of a guy pretending to be a woman over phone, took to Twitter to celebrate the win and wrote, "DreamGirl scores a century! Thank you for this love. " PM Modi gets 'Global Goalkeeper' award New York, Sep 25 Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Wednesday conferred the "Global Goalkeeper" award by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by his government. In a series of tweets in Hindi, the Prime Minister's Office PMO said Modi lauded the countrymen for contributing to the grand success of the cleanliness mission, saying he shared the honour with them. Singapore detains domestic helpers who give money to IS Singapore, Sep. 24 Singapore has detained three domestic helpers of Indonesian origin under stringent security laws on charges of giving money to the Islamic State IS group. The home ministry said that the three domestic helpers had been working in Singapore for six to 13 years and that she became a supporter of IS after watching online material last year. Modi held bilateral meetings with many world leaders in New York New York, 24 Sep. On the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral meetings with several world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad of Qatar on Monday. Prime Minister Modi discussed with the Italian Prime Minister on strengthening bilateral relations, especially in the trade and investment sector. Barcelona striker Messi's victory in Milan was a surprise as he edged out Virgil Van Dijk, who won the UEFA player's award last month after helping Liverpool to the Champions League last season. After soaring over 1,426 points during the day, the 30-share index ended 1,075. 41 points or 2. 8 per cent higher at 39,090. The broader NSE Nifty reclaimed the 11,600 level, zooming 326 points or 2. 9 per cent to settle at 11,600. 24 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid: Afghan officials Kabul, Sep 23 At least 24 civilians were killed on Monday during a raid conducted by Afghan special forces on Taliban hideouts in the southern Helmand province, provincial officials said. Attahullah Afghan, head of the provincial council, said the majority of dead were women and children who were at a wedding ceremony in Musa Qala district. PM Modi arrives in New York to participate for 74th UN General Assembly session New York, Sep 23 Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here Sunday night to participate in the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly has a packed bilateral and multi-lateral agenda over the next five days, including nine key speeches at high-level summits and plurilateral engagements during the UN General Assembly session and on its sidelines. Chinmayanand's bail rejected by Court Shahjahanpur UP , Sep 24 An Uttar Pradesh court has rejected the bail application of BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand, who was arrested in a sexual-assault case following rape allegations by a law student. Shahjahanpur chief judicial magistrate has rejected the bail application of Chinmayanand on Monday, saying it should be moved in the sessions court, the former Union minister's counsel, Om Singh, said on Tuesday. Onion reaches Rs 70-80 a kg ND, 22 Sep, Onion prices in national capital and other parts of the country have reached a high of Rs 70 to 80 per kg. In such a situation, the Central Government is considering fixing the limit of storage of onion traders. Sources said that heavy rains in the major onion producing states have affected supplies, leading to a spurt in its prices. India will import 5 million tonnes of LNG annually from America Houston, 22 Sep. US natural gas company Tellurian Inc. and India's Petronet LNG Company Ltd. PLL has signed a memorandum of understanding MoU. Under this, India will import 5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas LNG annually. The announcement was made after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with the chief executives CEOs of America's top petroleum companies on Saturday. Modi calls for decisive fight against terrorism in ''Howdy Modi'' event Houston, Sep. 22 PM Narendra Modi on Sunday called for a "decisive fight" against terrorism in the presence of US President Donald Trump, saying that the US is also in this fight. Earlier, Trump also referred to Islamic terrorism as important to the security of the borders for both the US and India. Balakot has been reactivated by Pak: Army Chief Chennai, Sep 23 Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday said Pakistan has reactivated Balakot very recently and about 500 infiltrators were waiting to infiltrate into India. Earlier, Indian Air Force had carried out attack at terror camps in Balakot in retaliation to the deadly terror attacks on CRPF personnel in Pulwama in February this year. 9 death in bus-minibus collision in Assam Demow, Sept 23 At least nine persons were killed and several others injured in a collision between a bus and a minibus in Sivasagar district of Assam on Monday around 8. 35 am, police said. Under the impact of the collision, both the vehicles fell into a roadside ditch. Most of the deceased were travelling in the minibus, the police said. Educational Suicide Victims in india During the year 2013, there were a total of 134799 suicides committed in All India. Out of which 90543 67. So we can assume current suicide data which is increasing day by day. PM Modi meets Kashmiri Pandits in Houston Houston, Sep 22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a "special interaction" with a 17-member delegation of Kashmiri Pandits here and assured them of "building a new Kashmir" which would be for everyone. The delegation, which included Kashmiri Pandits from across the US, met Prime Minister Modi on his arrival in Houston as part of his week-long visit to the US. Modi also thanked the community for their patience for over 30 years. Alia Bhatt, the film's heroine still cannot believe it that my first film to go to the Oscars. It is a big deal for me and hope we make it in five final nominations for Best Foreign Film at the Oscar. Tens of thousands of apps suspended by Facebook Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps after investigation reveals that the Cambridge Analytica had accessed many users data without permission. One banned app called myPersonality was found to be sharing information with researchers and companies. Compensation paid by You Tuber after death of "copycat" After seeing video on youtube, the girls aged 12 and 14 were copying the process of making popcorn in a tin can by heating up alcohol in the cans, in incident the 14 year girl, Zhezhe died and 12 year girl, Xiaoyu needs cosmetic surgery according to her family. Ms Yeah, the online star, who rose to fame in 2017 for meals making process, agreed to pay compensation to the girls. RKS Bhadoria will be the next Air Force Chief ND, 19 Sep. Air Marshal RKS Bhadauria will become the next chief of the Indian Air Force and will assume the responsibility after the BS Dhanoa ranking. The government announced this on Thursday. Mangal Birendra Singh Dhanoa, the 25th Chief Air Chef of the Indian Air Force, is scheduled to relieve on 30 September. He assumed this responsibility on 1 January 2017. Stock market boom due to announcement of Finance Minister Mumbai, Sep 20 FM Nirmala Sitharaman's announcement of measures to give a boost to the sluggish economy on Friday gave a major boost to morning trading in the stock markets. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex rose over 1300 points. The 30-share BSE index jumped 1326. 65 points, or 3. 68 percent, to 37,420. 12 points and Nifty gained 362. 95 points at 11. 20 Global climate protests begin in Australia Canberra, Sep 20 Thousands of protesters gathered Friday at rallies around Australia as a day of worldwide demonstrations calling for action to guard against climate change began ahead a UN summit in New York. The Global Strike 4 Climate said protests were staged in 110 towns and cities across Australia on Friday, with organizers demanding government and business commit to a target of net zero carbon emissions by 2030. Former minister Chinmayanand, accused of rape, arrested Shahjahanpur, Sep 20 Former Union minister Swami Chinmayanand, accused of rape by a law student, was arrested on Friday, his counsel said. The BJP leader was arrested by the special investigation team of Uttar Pradesh police from his residence 'Divya Dham' here amid heavy security deployment, his lawyer Pooja Singh told PTI. He was taken for medical examination to a government hospital. ICCR plans to boost India's soft power Nagpur, Sep 20 The Indian Council for Cultural Relations ICCR has planned a slew of programmes to promote the country's 'cultural identity' worldwide and boost its soft power, the organisation's president, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, has said. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday night, he said these initiatives are aimed at increasing India's soft power and promote its 'cultural identity' across the world. Govt slashes corporate tax to 25. 17 pc Goa, Sep 20 In a major fiscal booster, the govt on friday slashed effective corporate tax to 25. 17 per cent inclusive of all cess and surcharges for domestic companies. FM Nirmala Sitharaman said the new tax rate will be applicable from the current fiscal which began on April 1. In effect, the corporate tax rate will be 22 per cent for domestic companies to promote investment and growth. However, this shutdown is not affected by Delhi Metro and DOT buses. Suicide bomb, kills at least 20 in southern Afghanistan Kabul, Sep 19 A powerful early morning suicide truck bomb devastated a hospital in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 90 others, an official said. The Taliban took responsibility for the attack,which destroy part of the hospital in Qalat, the capital. Rajnath Singh: First Defense Minister to fly in Tejas fighter plane Bengaluru, 19 Sep, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh became the first Defense Minister to fly in a home-built light fighter aircraft on Thursday with a Tejas fighter jet flying from HAL airport in Bangalore. After this brief journey of about 30 minutes, the Defense Minister said that he chose Tejas because it is made of indigenous technology. If parties want, they can go for arbitration in Ayodhya dispute: Supreme Court ND, Sep 18 Supreme Court on Wednesday said that if the parties to the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya, they can resolve it universally through mediation. At the same time, the court said that it wants to complete the daily hearing of this dispute by 18 October. Shyam Ramsay dies in Mumbai hospital Sep 18 Shyam Ramsay, one of the seven Ramsay Brothers known for cult horror films such as "Puraani Haveli" and "Tahkhaana", died in a hospital here on Wednesday, his family said. He was 67. The origins of the horror empire set up by the band of brothers can be traced back to a modest radio shop in Karachi in undivided India. Deepika Padukone on mental health awareness Deepika Padukone says the conversation around mental health awareness may have opened up a lot in recent years but there is still a long way to go. The actor, who is the founder of The Live Love Laugh Foundation, was in the capital for the initiative's inaugural 'Lecture Series' to discuss the stigma surrounding mental health. Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings Supreme court targets october 18 as deadline to complete Ayodhya hearing,All petitioners had been asked to submit a time schedule to complete their arguments. The judgement has to be delivered before Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi retires on November 17, otherwise the entire process will go into restart mode. , reopening the possibility of mediation to resolve the decades-old temple-mosque dispute if the petitioners so wanted. Air India posts Rs 4,600 cr operating loss in 2018-19 Air India posted an operating loss of around Rs 4,600 crore in the last financial year mainly due to higher oil prices and foreign exchange losses according to senior officials. Reflecting tough business conditions, the airline's net loss stood at about Rs 8,400 crore while total revenues touched around Rs 26,400 crore in 2018-19, one of the senior officials told PTI. Bribery case: CBI inspector surrenders before ACB Jaipur, Sep 16, A suspended CBI inspector who was evading arrest in a bribery case surrendered on Monday, an Anti-Corruption Bureau ACB spokesperson said. Prakash Chand was absconding since March this year after a middleman was arrested by the ACB allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 75 lakh on behalf of him in a case related to a cooperative housing society, he said. Trump: Will meet Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan soon Washington, Sep. 17 Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday in response to a question, "I will meet Prime Minister Modi and I will meet with the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan. Trump did not mention Kashmir, saying that "a lot of progress has been made between India and Pakistan to tense". Shah said there is no compromise with India's security On September 17, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, while addressing the function of the All India Management Association here, said, "There will be no compromise on the security of India. " We will not compromise our safety even by an inch. We will deal with this strongly. We will not let a single drop of blood of our soldiers go waste. Sonia wishes PM Narendra Modi on 69th birthday Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday extended her greetings to PM Narendra Modi on his birthday, wishing him a healthy, happy and long life. Modi turned 69 on Tuesday and was greeted by several top leaders from across the political spectrum. "Congress President Sonia Gandhi has extended her greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday a party statement said. The Nationalist Congress Party NCP and the Congress will contest 125 seats each in next month's Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election, Sharad Pawar said on Monday. Pawar announced that the seat-sharing pact between the grand old party and his 20-year-old organisation has been finalised. As per the arrangement, 38 seats will be left for allies to contest, he tweeted. Maharashtra Assembly has 288 seats. Smith retains number one position as Kohli holds on to 2nd spot in ICC Test Rankings India captain Virat Kohli has managed to hold on to his second position behind Australia's Steve Smith in the ICC Test Rankings for batsmen released on Monday. Kohli, with 903 rating points, is 34 points behind Smith 937. Besides former Australia captain Smith, compatriot Pat Cummins has also retained his one position in the ICC Test bowlers' rankings. Trump attend Houston event at NRG Stadium PM Narendra Modi said on Monday that US President Donald Trump had shown a special expression by taking the decision to attend a community event in Houston and that decision highlighted a special friendship between the two countries. More than 50,000 people have registered for the event to be held on September 22 at NRG Stadium in Houston. England win the fifth Test and draw the Ashes series. However, Australia will retain the Ashes Trophy as they have won the last Ashes series between the two countries. 21 Indians killed in 2,050 ceasefire violations by Pak: MEA Sep 15, The Pakistani Army has resorted to more than 2,050 unprovoked ceasefir violations this year in which 21 Indians have been killed, the Ministry of External Affairs said Sunday. We have highlighted our concerns at unprovoked ceasefire violations by Pakistan forces, including in support of cross border terrorist infiltration, and targeting of Indian civilians and border posts by them, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Center should make every effort to normalize the situation in Kashmir: Supreme Court On Sep. 16, The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Center to take all possible steps to normalize life in Kashmir. A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice S. Bobde and Justice S. Nazir said that if there is any alleged closure in Kashmir, then the Jammu and Kashmir High Court can deal with it. Woman commits suicide at GTB Nagar metro Station At Delhi metro's Yellow Line, A woman committed suicide by jumping in front of a moving train on Monday, police said. Aisa Khan, a resident of Roshanara Garden, Shakti Nagar, jumped off platform No 2 of the GTB Nagar Metro station, an officer said. The lady was rushed to a hospital where she was declared brought dead. Pakistani pop star jailed for 2 years threatening Modi with snakes in viral video Pakistani pop star singer and TV host fined and upto 2 years in jail for posing with giant snakes and saying her reptile friends will be special gifts for him to be set on Modi for harassing Kashmiris. She is accused of the local wildlife protection for keeping exotic animal including pythons and an alligator at her salon. The remains of 2,246 foetuses uncovered in Dr. Ulrich Klopfer house After death of Dr Ulrich Klopfer on 3 September, while sorting through the doctor's property - his family discovered the remains of more than 2,000 foetuses, who had a clinic in South Bend, Indiana, which was closed in 2016 after licence revoked. In Clashes, Petrol bombs and water cannon used: Hong Kon Protests The violence broke out after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched in open resistance to police ban by throwing petrol bombs and water cannon in reply. As protesters continued to call for full democracy and an investigation into allegations of police brutality though this month the bill was finally withdrawn. Body's nano-sized cells may potentially be used to treat cancer: Study In a recent study Nanosized cells present in our body that are responsible for transferring genetic material to other cells may turn into mini transporter to kill the cancer cell, suggests a study from Michigan State University and Stanford University. The study published in the journal, 'Molecular Cancer Therapeutics' focused on breast cancer cells in mice. "What we've done is improve a therapeutic approach to delivering enzyme-producing genes that can convert certain drugs into toxic agents and target tumours, "said Masamitsu Kanada, lead author and an assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology in MSU's Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. What you eat could affect your brain and memory: Study We know what we eat has an impact on our physical wellbeing, it can also affect our brain and memory Using data from the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative ADNI , the researchers looked at the satiety hormone, Cholecystokinin CCK , in 287 people. CCK is found in both the small intestines and the brain. In the small intestines, CCK allows for the absorption of fats and proteins. In the brain , CCK is located in the hippocampus, which is the memory-forming region of the brain. Traders body urges govt for ban on festival sales of Amazon and Flipkart The Confederation of All India Traders CAIT consent seeking Goverment for blanket ban on festive season sales conducted by e-commerce - Flipkart, Amazon and others, as it provides huge variants of discounts during sales which goes against the FDI rules. 5 lakh reward who helped to locate AN-32 aircraft: IAF Announces In the function to be held on September 17 at Along in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Air Command Air Marshal R. Mathur will give away the reward to ten individuals who helped in locating the missing transport aircraft AN-32 on June 3, 2019. The Russian origin aircraft in which 13 people onboard had died in the crash. Offender James Bond 007 arrested in Delhi A 27-year-old man, Krishna known as 'James Bond 007' resident of Shalimar Bagh involved in six cases of murder, attempt to murder and the Arms Act and his accomplice were arrested. He would wear a T-shirt printed with '007' on it as he considered it lucky for the success of his act. Aadhaar compulsory for new dealers From 1st January 2020, to curb the malpractices in paying Goods and Services Tax, Verification of the unique identification number-Aadhaar compulsory for new dealers said by GST Network's Ministers Chairman Sushil Kumar Modi. On September 20, the next GST Council meeting will be held at Panaji in Goa. KBC 11, 1st Crorepati winner: Sanoj Raj Sanoj Raj was the 1st Crorepati winner in the Kaun Benaega Crorepati 11 by answering the 15th right question, though he failed to get the jack pot question worth Rs. 7 crore right on Friday night's episode, who aspires to become an IAS officer. He is a resident of Jehanabad district,Bihar and son of a farmer. Gold toilet stolen at Blenheim Palace. The gold toilet, plumed into the building of Oxfordshire palace at Blenheim Palace a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In an exhibition by Italian conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelanwas, the piece of art made of 18-karat gold was a part of exhibition which was offered to US President Donald Trump in 2017. Former PM Cameron 'sorry' for Brexit divisions The British prime minister who called the Brexit referendum and then saw the public vote to leave the European Union says he is sorry for the divisions it has caused. David Cameron said in an interview published Saturday that he thinks about the consequences of the Brexit referendum "every single day" and worries "desperately" about what will happen next. Congratulations to the countrymen on Hindi Day: Modi PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday greeted the countrymen on the occasion of Hindi Day and said that Hindi can work to bind the country in unity. Modi said on Twitter, congratulations to all of you on Hindi Day. The simplicity, spontaneity and decency of the language give seriousness to the expression. These aspects are beautifully incorporated in Hindi. '' In Lok Adalat 8846 traffic challans disposed of The National Lok Adalat was held on Saturday in all six district courts of the national capital where 8,846 challans were disposed of, officials said. The Rohini court collected Rs 5,87,300 by disposing of 373 challans issued by the Delhi Police personnel in different traffic circles of the city while the Karkardooma court collected Rs 2,42,100 by settling 223 challans. He was a potential successor to his father, declared officially a global terrorist two years ago. Two major oil facilities attacked by drone: Saudi Arabia Houthi forces had undertaken the attack in the two major oil facilities at Abqaiq, site of Aramco's largest oil processing plant and a second drone attack in the Khurais oil field, Saudi Arabia. The incident occurred at 04:00 01:00 GMT, now fires are under control at both facilities. Odd-even scheme returns to Delhi from Nov 4 Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the odd-even road rationing scheme will be implemented in Delhi from November 4 to 15. Kejriwal said the move was aimed at combating high levels of air pollution in winters when crop burning takes place in neighbouring states. Interpol issues red corner notice against Nirav Modi's brother Interpol has issued a red corner notice against Nehal Modi, brother of Nirav Modi, the main accused in the two-billion-dollar PNB scam case. A global arrest warrant has been issued against Belgian citizen Nehal on charges of money laundering, officials said on Friday. The Enforcement Directorate is investigating the money laundering case. Antitrust investigation: Google's advertising business also on scanner The Attorney General, who is investigating the monopolistic behavior of Google, is also planning an intensive investigation into the company's advertising business. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office sent a letter to Google on Monday asking for internal documents about how it sells advertisements and monitors the behavior of people who use its search engine and other services. Ganpati immersions: 18 dead across Maharashtra At least 18 persons drowned in separate incidents during immersion of Ganesh idols across Maharashtra, police said on Friday. Immersions, which began on Anant Chaturdashi on Thursday, continued into Friday morning in several parts of Mumbai, Pune and Sangli, officials said. Drowning incidents were reported in 11 districts, an official said, adding that 18 persons lost their lives in these. Lakshya, Rahul and Shikha in second round of Belgium International. Leuven Belgium , 12 Sep, Indian badminton players Lakshya Sen, BM Rahul Bhardwaj and Shikha Gautam won their singles matches to enter the second round of the Belgium International Challenger here on Thursday. Asian Junior Champion Lakshya defeated Rasmus Messersmitt of Denmark while Rahul also defeated David Kim of Denmark in the first round. Concrete action plan to eliminate one-time use plastic: FSSAI Food regulator FSSAI said on Thursday that it has taken several steps to reduce plastic use. These have asked hotels to use paper-sealed glass bottles in place of plastic bottles. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India said that it has recently introduced some regulatory measures to reduce the use of plastics in the food and beverage industry. Rupee rises for the sixth consecutive trading session, rising 52 paise to 71. 14 per dollar The exchange rate of the rupee against the US dollar rose by 52 paise to close at 71. 14 per dollar on Thursday in the interbank foreign exchange market amid signs of easing trade tensions between China and the US. Traders said softening crude oil prices and fresh investment from foreign funds further supported the business sentiment. Eleven drowned as boats capsize during Ganesh idol immersion in Bhopal Eleven people drowned when two boats carrying them capsized during Ganesh idol immersion in Lower Lake of Bhopal, a senior police official said on Friday. The incident took place on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday in Khatlapura on the banks of the Lower Lake, Deputy Inspector General of Police Irshad Wali told PTI. Eleven people died in the incident while six were rescued. Economy falling into deep abyss of recession: Priyanka Hitting out at the Modi government, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday said the economy is falling into a "deep abyss" of recession and asked when will the dispensation "open its eyes". Her remarks comes amid opposition's criticism of the government after growth in the last quarter slipped to 5 per cent. Pakistan will not give Jadhav diplomatic access for a second time Islamabad, 12 Sep. Pakistan refused to give India diplomatic access to Kulbhushan Jadhav for the second time. Jadhav was sentenced to death by a military court on charges of "espionage and terrorism". After this, India approached the International Court of Justice for further ban on his death sentence and further measures. The country has seen the driving of my government so far, the entire film remains - Modi Ranchi, 12 Sep. PM Narendra Modi said here on Thursday while mentioning the steps taken in the first 100 days of his government, including the decisive fight against terrorism and corruption, protecting the policies of Muslim women and development of Jammu and Kashmir. In all cases, the country has so far seen only the 'trailer' of their government, the whole film is yet to be done. '' Alibaba's Ma steps down as industry faces uncertainty Beijing, Sep 10 Jack Ma, who founded Alibaba Group, the world's biggest e-commerce company, is stepping down as chairman at a time when the rapidly changing industry faces uncertainty amid a US-Chinese trade war. Ma stepped down Tuesday as part of a succession announced a year earlier. He will stay on as a member of the Alibaba Partnership. 1,092 vehicles undergo pollution test at DTC centres The pollution under check PUC centres at Delhi Transport Corporation tested nearly 1100 private vehicles on Thursday for emission of pollutants, a senior DTC official said. The PUC centres at DTC bus depots and terminals were opened for private vehicles to undergo the emission tests in view of heavy rush at 940 other such centres across the city. Rajnath Singh tweet: Bio-terror is a real threat today I would like to underline the importance of building capabilities to deal with the menace of Bio-terrorism. Bio-terror is a real threat today. Beijing, Sep. 11, China announced the removal of tariffs on 16 categories of US products. The two countries have been involved in a trade war for more than a year and have charged each other hundreds of billions of dollars worth of goods. The Commission released two lists of products that fall out of the tariff. These include seafood products and cancer prevention drugs. ONGC to invest Rs 13,000 crore in Assam to dig oil wells Guwahati, 11 Sep. ONGC announced on Wednesday to invest more than Rs 13 thousand crore in the next five years to excavate more than 220 oil and gas wells in Assam. The company said that it has entered into an agreement with the Assam government to expand exploration and production activities in the state. CBI arrests MHA officer for offering bribe ND, Sep 12 ,The CBI on Thursday arrested a section officer of the Home Ministry for allegedly offering a bribe of Rs 16 lakh to a senior agency officer for influencing a case, officials said. The agency arrested Dheeraj Singh, a section officer in the ministry. The agency caught Singh with about Rs 16 lakh in cash, they said. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau dissolves parliament,Election on OCT 21 Prime Minister of canada justin tradeau on wednesday called for general elections on october 21 and formally kicked off a six week re election campaign. INDO-CHINA stand off in laddakh ends after talk Indian and Chinese soldiers standoff in eastern Ladakh that lasted all day on Wednesday has been resolved through delegation-level talks, Army sources said. "The matter has been de-escalated and disengaged fully after delegation-level talks yesterday. This occurs due to differing perceptions of LAC Line of Actual Control The two-hour-long standoff was brought under control after a drill which sees both sides holding up banners proclaiming their rights over the disputed area before stepping back to their respective positions. AP HC judge to head panel for scrutinising govt tenders Justice B Siva Sankara Rao of the Andhra Pradesh High Court was on Wednesday appointed by the state government as the head of the State Judicial Commission to scrutinise public tenders for all infrastructure works of Rs 100 crore or more before awarding contracts. State Principal Secretary Infrastructure, Investments and Industry Department Rajat Bhargava issued an order to this effect. Prime Minister launches 'Swachhata Hi Seva' campaign from Mathura On Wednesday, Narendra Modi urged the people of the country to abolish the use of Sindhi use plastic, while calling for a nationwide 'Swachhata Hi Seva' campaign. Not only is this waste harmful to the environment, the life of animals is also in danger due to this plastic. He inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of schemes worth one thousand 59 crore and canceled many schemes related to the protection of homosexuals. Good roads first, MV Act implementation later: Goa govt The BJP-led Goa government will first repair all potholes-ridden roads under its "moral responsibility" before starting charging steeper fines under the amended Motor Vehicles MV Act from January next year, Transport Minister Mauvin Godinho said here on Wednesday. He said it was a "moral responsibility" of the state government to provide well-maintained roads to people before implementing the Centrally-amended MV Act. India tops medal tally in Track Asia Cup cycling ND, Sep 11 Ronaldo Laitonjam won his fourth gold of the meet as India picked up three medals on the concluding day to emerge overall champions in the Track Asia Cup cycling competition here on Wednesday. India topped the medal tally with 10 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze medals as the tournament came to an end at the IGI Sports Complex here. The home team clinched 2 gold and 1 bronze on final day on Wednesday. Martyr's wife gets support after two years The family of Satyendra, a resident of Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, who was martyred by the icy storm during the vigil on the border two years ago in Jammu and Kashmir, has given the dependence of the martyred soldiers. The amount of financial assistance was received, but the amount of Rs. 25 lakh declared by the state government had not reached even after two years, which now go to Ramgopal, resident of Begampur. Sumatralata, wife of son-in-law and martyr Satyendra, has been handed over a check for a sum of Rs 25 lakh to his house. Election required for most posts in Congress: Tharoor New Delhi, 10 Sep. Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said that elections are necessary for most posts in the party, including the working committee. He also hoped that the process of election within the party would soon begin under the leadership of the interim president of the Congress, Sonia Gandhi. In an interview to PTI, Tharoor said, "I have said many times that elections between workers are necessary for most of the leadership positions, including the Congress Working Committee. Urmila Matondkar resigned from Congress Actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar said on Tuesday that she has resigned from the Congress party. She joined the Congress in March this year. Urmila cited the 'petty politics within the party' as the reason for leaving the Congress. He said, "My political and social sensibilities do not allow that the selfish elements inherent in the Mumbai Congress, instead of working on any major goal, use them to deal with internal factionalism in the party. " Eight terrorists arrested in Sopore Srinagar, September 10 Eight Lashkar-e-Taiba militants have been arrested from Sopore in Veerula district of Kashmir Valley for pasting and threatening locals by pasting posters. A senior police officer gave this information on Tuesday. "We have arrested eight militants in Sopore and the surrounding areas for putting up posters that threaten locals," he said. CBI appeals to present Kalyan Singh The Central Bureau of Investigation CBI on Monday filed a petition in the special CBI court of Lucknow requesting to summon former Chief Minister and former Governor Kalyan Singh for the purpose of facing trial in the case of demolition of Babri structure. The court is hearing the trial of former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani, BJP senior Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and other accused for the conspiracy to demolish the Babri Masjid structure on December 6, 1992 in Ayodhya. EX pak MLA Baldev Kumar to seek political asylum in India Pakistan ruling party tahreek insaaf party ex-MLA from barikot Baldev kumar from Khyber Pakhtunkhawa region has sought for political asylum in India, he states that minorities are not safe in Pakistan, he is residing with his in-law over a month in Punjab khanna town. UN high commissioner Ms Bachelete has also shown concern over current situation, Indian side will be led by Ajay Bisaria and Vijay Thakur singh. Trump says he cancelled secret summit with Taliban leaders US President Donald Trump has called off a "secret" summit with Taliban leaders and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani after the insurgent group claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb attack in Kabul that killed an American soldier, dealing a significant blow to months-long negotiations that were nearing a peace agreement. Parliament deals British PM Brexit blow before suspension British MPs rejected a second attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday to call an early election to break the Brexit deadlock, in a final show of defiance before he controversially suspends parliament. After a tumultuous few days that exposed Johnson's weakness in the face of hostile lawmakers, the House of Commons again refused to grant a snap poll that might have bolstered his position. Minor raped by two school teachers in Jharkhand A Class 4 student in Jharkhand's Dhanbad district was allegedly raped by two of her school teachers, including the vice-principal, inside the sickroom of the institution, police said on Monday. An FIR was registered at Katras police station against the two teachers and a nurse of the Topchanchhi-based school, after the girl accused them of committing the crime a month ago, they said. 5 healthy foods that fight sugar cravings What makes sugar so unhealthy and hazardous to our body is that it provides us with ample calories without any nutrition empty calories. There are 5 healthy foods-Yogurt is a healthy snack that helps in regulating your appetite and controlling your cravings. Sweet potatoes are high in L-tryptophan, an amino acid which can help in satisfying sugar cravings. Fruits are the best sources of natural sugar. Fruits that are higher in sugars like mango or grapes. Dates are high in calories with a lot of nutritional properties. The British Airways said that the pay offer was fair thiugh this strike is unjustifiable. The British Airline Pilots Association BALPA proposal is not accepted by British Airways. In past 24 hours 5 earthquakes recorded in Himachal Pradesh Director Manmohan Singh said, "The first earthquake was recorded on the borders of the district on Sunday while the second was recorded on the same day around midnight. "There were three earthquakes of magnitude ranging 5. 0, 3. 8 and 2. 5 which were measured in less than an hour on Monday afternoon. Majority of these quakes had their epicentre in area of Chamba district, he explained. No injuries, causalities or loss of property was reported after the jolts. Restrictions lifted from most areas of kashmir The restrictions have been lifted from most areas of the valley, but continued in parts of Srinagar in the interior areas and in the jurisdiction of Maisuma police station of the city, the officials said. Most of the top-level and second rung separatist politicians have been taken into custody while mainstream leaders including three former chief ministers have also been either detained or placed under house arrest. Desperation not part of my personality: Manoj Bajpayee The 50-year-old actor, who is making his digital debut with Amazon Prime Video's "The Family Man", said he always wanted to start with a unique concept which had "integrity" in its narrative. "The Family Man", an action-drama series, tells the story of a middle-class man who works for a special cell of the National Investigation Agency NIA. Bajpayee has made a mark for himself as one of the most versatile performers in Hindi film indsutry. 12 injured in group cash in Muzaffarnagar Muzaffarnagar, Sep 9 At least twelve people, including three children, were injured in a clash between two groups of the same community over minor dispute at Rohana Kala village here. The clash occurred on Sunday evening in which both the groups threw stones at each other, Station House Officer of Kotwali police station Anil Kaparvan said. He said "When failure occurred, the leader of the organisation owned that failure. When success came, he gave it to his team. The best management lesson I have learned did not come to me from reading a book; it came from that experience". Indian president's request denies Pakistan to use its airspace for foreign visits. Pakistan has refused a request by India to allow President Ram Nath Kovind to use its airspace for his flight to Iceland, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Saturday. Kovind will embark on a visit to Iceland, Switzerland and Slovenia from Monday during which he is expected to brief the top leadership in those countries on India's "national concerns", especially in view of terror incidents this year, including the Pulwama attack. ISRO Chief said about loss of contact with Chandrayaan-2 lander 1. 55 am on Saturday came and said at the ISRO mission control room, India's top space scientist K Sivan first briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then made the grim announcement. Communication to the Chandrayaan 2's lander Vikram was lost. At 3. 10 am, an ISRO scientist - not the chief -- announced that a planned press conference had been called off. A Gift From India": UN Headquarters India gifted solar panels to United Nations headquarters in New York to to reduce carbon footprint and promote sustainable energy. The panels are powered up to reach the max of 50 KW of generation power," the United Nations tweeted. Alongside the solar panels, a green roof is also placed in the United Nations headquarters. A green roof, also called a living roof, is a roof covered with vegetation. Health minister has asked the manufacturers and marketers to cope up the shortages crisis due to late payment and firm orders from government. Rabies disease occurs due to bite of a rabid animal leaving Saliva on the wound having RNA virus leading cardio-respiratory failure within 4 days to 2 years or more. Chidambaram Teased Modi Goverment On 5 Percent GDP P. Chidambaram reached Supreme court with CBI officers. When he stepped out of the courtroom, journalists asked him about his CBI custody. Chidambaram replied 5 percent which means GDP dropped to over six-year low of 5 per cent in the April-June quarter. This action shows he was teasing the Modi government. EXPLOSION in Punjab fire cracker company kills 16 At least 16 people have been died and several feared trapped due to massive explosion occur at a fire cracker company in gurdaspur in punjab,the explosion occur at around 4 PM and its intensity was so large that factory got fully damaged along with damaging nearby buildings. The Indian currency extended its fall in late afternoon session declining 100 paise to 72. 40 per dollar. Moody's cut indias GDP growth forecast from 6. Government withdraws enhanced surcharge on tax payable on transfer of certain assets In order to encourage investment in the capital market, it has been decided to withdraw the enhanced surcharge levied by Finance No. The following capital assets are mentioned in section 111A and section 112A of the Act: Rohit Sharma first Indian batsman to score four hundreds in WC2019 Rohit four hundreds in WC2019, the former bringing up his fourth CWC19 and the latter accumulating stylishly for his part in their 180-run stand, but Bangladesh fought back valiantly. Mustafizur's five-wicket-haul was vital, alongside Shakib's tight spell, and wickets at regular intervals prevented Kohli's men from mounting a huge total. Atmabodhanand breaks 194 days old fast to save Ganga Swami atmabodhanand who was on fast for last 194 days to save Ganga and was miffed with the govt lack of desire to work for the upliftment of river Ganga broke his fast in presence of national mission for clean Ganga NMCG director rajiv ranjan in writing. Mumbai finish group stages at top position with 9-wicket win Kolkata Knight Riders were eliminated from Indian Premier League 2019 after suffering a nine-wicket defeat against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. With the win, MI managed to finish at the top position in the table in the group stages. Regional language in Medicine labels The Drugs Technical Advisory Board DTAB recently recommended to the government procurement agencies to follow the steps. Dhoni-less Chennai bow down to Mumbai Indians at home Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 46 runs in an Indian Premier League match on Friday at MA Chidambaram Stadium. 4 overs. However, Archer brushed off all nerves with a flourish as KKR succumbed to their sixth loss in a row. Riyan Parag hit a quickfire 47 to spur RR to victory. Bajrang Punia wins gold, Praveen Rana settles for silver Bajrang Punia opened India's medal tally at the Asian Wrestling Championships with a gold in the 65kg freestyle category, beating Sayatbek Okassov 12-7 in the final. Meanwhile, Praveen Rana settled for silver and Satyavrat Kadian won bronze in 97kg category. North Korea's kim jong-un meet putin For the 1st time north korea's Kim Jong un has met Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday during a two day summit in the Russian city Vladivostok, the two leaders discussed North Korea nuclear weapons programme during 2. 5 hrs summit, this summit is anticipated in response to the recent no output meeting between Kim and Trump.

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