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       HEADLINES: Why we need these MPs to talk only in channels, asks K Surendran                                              Hartal in Kannur on Saturday                                              Malayali Jawan killed in Pak ceasefire violation                                              B Sandhya removed as ADGP, South                                              Was son killed over property dispute? Police unwilling to accept Jaya's statement                                              Fire breaks out in Mumbai's Navrang Studio                                              Solution to SC judges’ row likely on Monday                                              EC has never touched this low: AAP                                              Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted: US                                              India should not comment on Chinese construction in Doklam: Beijing                                              Pak-Iran to resume rail services                                              Kulbhushan Jadhav abducted from Iran: Baloch activist                                              Brazil legend Pele collapses with exhaustion                                              ICC U-19 WC: India thrash Zimbabwe to top Group B                                              We will definitely try to get Ashwin back in CSK: Dhoni                                              AIFF U-16 team departs for exposure trip to Dubai                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Kulbhushan Jadhav abducted from Iran: Baloch activist    
 
 
QUETTA: Balochistan activist Mama Qadeer Baloch has levelled serious allegations against the Pakistan government, including the kidnapping of Indian Naval Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav from Iran.

 
         Pak-Iran to resume rail services    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran will be resuming train services between two countries by September as the security situation has improved.

 
         India should not comment on Chinese construction in Doklam: Beijing    
 
 
BEIJING: China on Friday said Doklam is Chinese territory and India has no business to comment if it builds infrastructure in the region.

 
         Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted: US    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Dismissing Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's latest remarks on Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed, the United States made it clear that he should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

 
         Big blow to ‘Make in India’ as Japanese companies bag all key bullet train contracts    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Japanese steel and engineering companies are in the driver’s seat to bag major supply contracts for a $17 billion (around Rs. 108 lakh crore) Indian bullet train, several sources said, undermining a key component of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic policy — a push to ‘Make in India’.

 
         Trump's immigration checklist: Love for US, English, Skill    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: The Trump administration is pushing for a merit-based system wherein the immigrants who are skilled, employed and can speak English will be favoured.

 
         France, Britain to announce new migrant treaty: Macron    
 
 
PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May will announce a new treaty on how to handle migrants hoping to head to Britain, the French presidency said today.

 
         Arson attacks ahead of pope's indigenous Chile visit: police    
 
Temuco (Chile), Jan 17 (AFP) Unknown attackers used incendiary devices to set fire to Catholic churches and three helicopters belonging to forestry companies, ahead of Pope Francis's visit to the indigenous Mapuche homeland of Araucania in Chile, police said today.

 
         Pak provides safe sanctuaries to terrorists: MQM    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Taking a dig at Pakistan, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has dwelled upon that the country provides safe terror sanctuaries to Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief and UN-designated global terrorist Hafiz Saeed and other terrorists.

 
         Palestinian leaders vote to suspend recognition of Israel    
 
 
JERUSALEM: The Palestinian Central Council (PCC) has assigned the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) to suspend recognition of Israel.

 
         Couple arrested after 13 brothers and sisters held captive    
 
 
PERRIS: A 17-year-old girl called police after escaping from her family's home where she and her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, some so malnourished officers at first believed all were children even though seven are adults.

 
         Qatar denies intercepting Emirati plane    
 
 
MANAMA: Qatar on Monday denied its fighter jets intercepted a passenger plane of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Qatar's foreign ministry released a statement, saying the UAE's claim was false.

 
         I am not a racist: Trump    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump said he was "not a racist" and categorically denied having made a derogatory remark against African, Haitian and El Salvadorian immigrants.

 
         'Palestine being offered Abu Dis as capital'    
 
 
JERUSALEM: President Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday confirmed that Palestinians are being offered Abu Dis as the capital of a future Palestinian state.

 
         'Wrong button' sparked 38 minutes of panic in Hawaii    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Turns out, it took only one person to push Hawaii's buttons. Governor David Ige revealed that the emergency alert about an incoming "ballistic missile threat", which jolted Hawaiians awake, was a false alarm caused by someone pushing the "wrong button."

 
         'S***HOLE', p**p emojis projected on Trump DC Hotel    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: An American artist with a video projector has given the Trump family's Washington DC hotel a makeover by projecting the word S***HOLE and p**p emojis onto the front steps of the hotel.

 
         Pak foreign minister threatens India of nuke attack    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Saturday issued a nuclear threat to India while responding to a statement of army chief General Bipin Rawat.

 
         Trump allegedly paid porn star $164,000 to hush up their affair    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: US President Donald Trump’s personal attorney arranged a $130,000 payment to a former porn star before the 2016 election to keep her from going public about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

 
         Adopted Indian girl's father charged with murder    
 
 
Washington DC: The American foster father of an adopted three-year-old Indian girl, whose body was found in a culvert near their suburban Dallas home, has been charged with murder.

 
         16 suspects arrested in Balochistan raids    
 
 
Quetta [Pakistan]: At least 16 suspects, including eight Afghan refugees, were arrested during large-scale raids in different parts of Pakistan. The Express Tribune reported that the Frontier Corps (FC) arrested the suspects, days after a suicide bomber killed seven people near the Balochistan provincial assembly in Quetta.

 
         S Korea to install artificial reefs with N Korea    
 
 
Seoul [South Korea]: South Korea on Saturday announced that it will install artificial reefs near the western maritime border with North Korea, to prevent illegal fishing by Chinese ships.

 
         Saudi women enter stadium for first time to watch soccer    
 
 
Washington DC: For the first time, women in Saudi Arabia entered a sports stadium to watch a soccer match between two local teams in Jeddah. However, the women were segregated in the stands from the male-only crowd with designated seating in the so-called "family section" at King Abdullah Sports City stadium, ABC News reported.

 
         China's proposed new Silk Road hit by political, financial hurdles    
 
 
HONG KONG: Political and financial obstacles are reportedly coming in the way of China's plan for a modern Silk Road in Eurasia that would majorly include infrastructure projects linked to railways, ports and other facilities.

 
         Trump signals good relationship with Kim Jong Un    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump has claimed that he 'probably' has a good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as he is flexible when it comes to friendship.

 
         Netanyahu to embark on a six-day visit to India    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will embark on a six-day visit to India, starting from January 14. The visit will include New Delhi, Gujarat and Mumbai.

 
         Blatant racism from xenophobic bigot: Twitter calls out Trump for his remark    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump's comment on the immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries has drawn criticism and condemnation from across the world with senators, artists and the twitterati calling him out for blatant racism.

 
         US issues advisory to Americans against visiting Russia    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: The United States has advised its citizen to avoid travelling to Russia, citing risks including civil unrest, terrorism and targeted harassment against Americans.

 
         Myanmar military admits killing 10 Rohingyas    
 
 
NAYPYIDAW: In a rare acknowledgement, the Myanmar military has admitted that the members of its security forces were involved in the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslims, whose bodies were found in a mass grave in December in the restive Rakhine region.

 
         NATO offers to import through Gwadar Port: Pak    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: The US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military coalition in Afghanistan has offered to import vital supplies through the south-west port of Gwadar, said the Pakistani officials.

 
         Pak, Afghan must end terror menace on Durand Line: EFSAS study    
 
 
AMSTERDAM: Frontiers by nature are contentious and divisive lines, and often acquire a prominence because of their blood-stained history, and in this regard, the imaginary Durand Line that separates Pakistan and Afghanistan, has managed to generate its share of legal, territorial, socio-economic, ethnographic, military and geo-political problems, says a study.

 
 
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