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       HEADLINES: E P Jayarajan takes exception to Pannyan’s dig at Mohanlal                                              Day 2: Delhi cops grill Dhinakaran for 11 hours                                              Chhota Rajan, three others guilty in fake passport case                                              Situation in Kashmir will improve in 2-3 months: Mehbooba                                              AIADMK merger talks stalled as rival factions wrangle                                              Mexico will 'eventually' pay for border wall: Trump                                              N Korean media issue threat to 'wipe out' US                                              Tendulkar turns 44, wishes pour in from across the globe                                              Younis breaks 10,000-run barrier as Pak build reply                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         PFA denies association with Kalkaji 'vigilante attack'    
NEW DELHI: People For Animals (PFA) activist Gaurav Gupta on Monday denied any association with the Kalkaji 'vigilante attack', where three men transporting buffaloes in the national capital were allegedly assaulted.

         Govt not imposing Hindi but promoting it: Rijiju    
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Monday said it is not imposing Hindi on anyone but promoting it like other regional languages. "We are not imposing Hindi but promoting Hindi like any other language," Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju told reporters here.

         High time now to control anarchist 'gau rakshaks': Owaisi    
HYDERABAD: Alleging that the NDA government is not sincere in reining in cow vigilantes, the AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi said it is high time that a stern action is taken against them.

         Punjab CM approves setting up of Anti-Terror Squad    
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Monday approved the setting up of an Anti-Terror Squad (ATS), as part of the Intelligence Wing, to break the nexus between militants and gangsters in the state's prisons.

         Special double-decker overnight AC chair car trains to be launched in July    
NEW DELHI: The Indian Railways will launch in July a special double decker, air-conditioned train service for overnight journeys on high-demand routes such as New Delhi-Lucknow, a senior Railway Ministry officer has said.

         AIADMK merger talks stalled as rival factions wrangle    
CHENNAI: The two factions of the AIADMK were on Monday squabbling and blaming each other for the delay in merger talks getting off the ground, days after they formed committees for carrying forward the negotiations.

         Students clash with security forces in Srinagar    
SRINAGAR: A number of upmarket areas in the heart of Srinagar city virtually turned into a battleground today as students clashed with police, on a day colleges reopened in Kashmir after a five-day shutdown ordered by the government.

         Situation in Kashmir will improve in 2-3 months: Mehbooba    
NEW DELHI: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Monday that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir would improve in the next two or three months, after which a dialogue could be initiated.

         Chhota Rajan, three others guilty in fake passport case    
NEW DELHI: Gangster Chhota Rajan and three retired public servants were, on Monday, held guilty by a special court here in a fake passport case.

         26 CRPF killed in Naxal encounter in Chhattisgarh    
RAIPUR: At least 26 CRPF personnel were killed and seven others wounded in an ambush by Naxalites in in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district today. The deadly assault occurred around 12:25 PM in Kalapathar area of south Bastar region, one of the worst-hit by Naxalite violence.

         Guard at bungalow frequented by Jaya found murdered    
UDAGAMANDALAM: A 40-year-old security guard posted at a bungalow, frequently visited by late chief minister J Jayalalithaa in Kodanad near here, was found murdered.

         Day 2: Delhi cops grill Dhinakaran for 11 hours    
NEW DELHI: AIADMK (Amma) leader T T V Dinakaran was on Sunday grilled by the police for 11 hours over his alleged attempt to bribe an Election Commission official for retaining the 'two leaves' party symbol and the related money trail.

         Unable to pay betting debts, man seeks help from PM!    
AHMEDABAD: Video of a man seeking help from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that he has been threatened for not paying the bookies after losing money in cricket betting, has prompted Rajkot police to take action.

         Exit polls predict sweep for BJP in Delhi    
NEW DELHI: The BJP could be headed for a landslide victory in the Delhi municipal polls with two exit polls predicting the party finishing way ahead of the AAP and the Congress with over 200 of the 270 wards where polling was held on Sunday.

         TN farmers suspend protest after CM's assurance    
NEW DELHI: The Tamil Nadu farmers who had been protesting over drought relief funds and waiver of farmers' loans on Sunday suspended their protest till May 25 after Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswamy's assurance.

         Maneka Gandhi's NGO under scanner as three thrashed for transporting buffaloes    
NEW DELHI: Three men were allegedly assaulted by animal rights activists linked to Union Minister Maneka Gandhi's NGO People for Animals (PFA) in Kalkaji area of South Delhi last night for transporting buffaloes in a truck.

         Dinakaran reaches Crime Branch for questioning    
NEW DELHI: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) ousted leader T T V Dinakaran has reached the Crime Branch office of Delhi Police where he will be questioned in a case involving bribing of an Election Commission official to get the party's 'two-leaves' symbol.

         TN farmers issue must be taken up at state level: Centre    
CHENNAI: Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday said the issue regarding the ongoing agitation of Tamil Nadu farmers seeking loan waiver concerns the state, adding the matter should, therefore, be taken up by the state government.

         PCS officers write to Adityanath, requesting use of blue beacon    
UTTAR PRADESH: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's order to remove blue and red beacon from the VIP cars, 12 officers of Provincial Civil Services (PCS) on Sunday wrote to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath requesting that they be allowed to use blue beacon citing law and order issues.

         Illegal to levy service charge mandatorily: Ram Vilas Paswan    
NEW DELHI: Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Sunday said service charge cannot be imposed mandatorily, adding that levying such charge is illegal under the latest guidelines issued by the government.

         Modi to address all BJP CMs today    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address all 13 BJP chief ministers this evening and he is likely to ask them to focus on the agenda of "good governance and development."

         Mega defence deals likely during PM's trip to Israel    
NEW DELHI: A raft of mega defence deals, including procurement of an air defence system for the Indian Navy, are likely to be sealed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming visit to Israel which will be the first by an Indian PM to the Jewish nation.

         ISRO to increase launch frequency to 12 per year    
HYDERABAD: The Indian Space Research Organisation is trying to increase its capacity to deliver by scaling up the frequency of launches to 12 per year from the seven at present by building more satellites and lowering the cost of access to space.

         TN CM meets protesting farmers in Delhi    
NEW DELHI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami urged the farmers from his state who have been protesting at Jantar Mantar to call off their strike and assured them of taking up their demands with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

         Farmer shot dead at home    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A 70-year-old farmer was shot dead when he was sleeping in his house at Sadpur village in the district, police said Sunday.

         Two bogies of express train derail in Bihar    
SAHARSA (Bihar): Two bogies of Saharsa-Patna Rajya Rani Express Sunday derailed at the railway station here, disrupting the rail traffic on Saharsa-Mansi and Saharsa-Madhepura sections for three hours.

         Gokulam Group confessed possession of huge black money deposit    
CHENNAI: Gokulam Group has confessed possession of black money worth Rs. 1100 crores. They have also submitted an affidavit to the I-T department stating that they’re willing to pay the fine. They will have to pay a fine of Rs. 330 crore as tax.

         TTV Dinakaran questioned in Delhi    
NEW DELHI: AIADMK leader TTV Dinakaran on Saturday appeared before police here for questioning in connection with an alleged attempt to bribe an Election Commission official for retaining the two leaves party symbol.

         Goa: Coconut to again get status of 'tree'    
PANAJI: Goa agriculture minister Vijay Sardesai today said the Act under which coconut palm was declassified as a 'tree', would be re-amended.

         Canada's defence minister visits Western Naval Command    
MUMBAI: Canada's Minister for National Defence Harjit Singh Sajjan visited the Western Naval Command headquarters here on Saturday.

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