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       HEADLINES: Chargesheet against Dileep with Manju as witness to be filed today                                              Govt to ask centre to ban Mangalam channel, says CM                                              Return of Saseendran: Decision by next week                                              Revenue official was transferred not to settle scores: Chandrasekharan                                              Woman flight traveller’s outburst at Kannamthanam                                              ‘Padmavati’ row: Kamal wants Deepika’s head 'saved'                                              Indian Army breaks world record with 58 men on single bike                                              IFFI 2017: Sridevi inaugurates Indian Panorama                                              Finally, Robert Mugabe resigns                                              Pak's judicial body orders release of Hafiz Saeed                                              Kohli climbs to fifth spot in Test rankings                                              Sindhu leads India's challenge at Hong Kong Open                                              India vs SL: Bhuvi, Dhawan released from team                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Pak's judicial body orders release of Hafiz Saeed    
LAHORE: A Judicial Review Board of Pakistan's Punjab province today ordered the release of Mumbai attack mastermind and banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, who has been under house arrest since January. Rejecting the government's plea to extend his detention for another three months, the board ordered Saeed's release.

         Finally, Robert Mugabe resigns    
Harare [Zimbabwe]: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe resigned on Tuesday after the impeachment process began against him in the Parliament, said media reports.

         At least 50 killed in suicide attack in Nigeria    
MUBI: At least 50 people have been reportedly killed in a suicide bombing attack at a mosque here on Tuesday, said media reports.

         US to impose ‘highest level’ sanctions on N Korea: Trump    
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump has said that he will impose "highest level" of sanctions on the North Korea.

         India’s nominee Dalveer Bhandari re-elected to ICJ    
UNITED NATIONS: India’s nominee to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Dalveer Bhandari was on Monday re-elected to the fifth and the last seat of the world court after Britain withdrew its candidate from the election.

         No nuclear strike in 2 months: Is Kim Jong-un unwell?    
PYONGYANG: It seems like North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is not keeping well these days as the country has not launched any ballistic missile since last two months.

         President Mugabe ends TV speech without resigning    
HARARE: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Sunday night didn't announce his resignation instead said the country needs to "return to normalcy."

         India goes all out to get Bhandari elected to ICJ    
UNITED NATIONS: The UK is trying to "misuse" its UN Security Council membership by pushing for a joint conference mechanism, which was last used 96 years ago, in the election to the last seat in the World Court tomorrow in which India's Dalveer Bhandari is a front-runner, diplomatic sources said.

         Imran to quit politics if SC disqualifies him    
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that he would quit politics if the Supreme Court disqualified him.

         Mugabe sacked, ex-VP replaces as party leader    
HARARE: Zimbabwe's ruling party ZANU-PF on Sunday sacked incarcerated President Robert Mugabe. The chairman of the Zimbabwe War Veterans Association Chris Mutsvangwa confirmed that Mugabe had been replaced by ex-vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa as party leader, who had been fired by Mugabe this month, several media reports said.

         Twitter suspends verified Pak Defense handle for faking Indian picture    
ISLAMABAD: Twitter deleted Pakistan's verified Defence handle after they used a fake picture of an Indian girl. The picture, which showed a woman holding a placard giving out message of the "secular values of our constitution," was morphed and distorted, which sent out a completely negative message against India.

         Lebanon's Hariri in Paris after Saudi 'hostage' rumours    
PARIS: Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived in France from Saudi Arabia on November 18 for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron amid a political crisis.

         Trump now paying his own legal bills    
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump has begun paying his legal bills related to the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign out of his own pocket.

         Massive anti-Pakistan protests held across Gilgit Baltistan    
SKARDU: Economic activities in Gilgit Baltistan have come to a standstill after the entire region observed shutter down protest against illegal taxation.

         6.9 magnitude earthquake hits Tibet    
Beijing: An earthquake of magnitude 6.3 struck a remote part of Tibet on Saturday, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) said, but there were no immediate reports of significant damage or injuries.

         PM Modi meets French foreign minister, discuss bilateral ties    
New Delhi: France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Friday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and briefed him on recent developments in the bilateral relationship as follow-up to the latter's visit to France in June. India-France strategic partnership is not limited to bilateral context, but acts as a force for peace and stability in regional and global context as well, said Modi in the meeting.

         Iraqi forces recapture last IS-held town    
BAGHDAD: Iraqi forces, backed by the US-led coalition, on Friday captured the border town of Rawa, the last remaining town under Islamic State control.

         World seeing rise of exclusive politics: UNESCO chief    
NEW DELHI: The world is seeing a rise of "exclusive politics" and discourses of division, and diversity is being rejected as a "source of weakness", Director-General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay said Friday.

         Asian man faces racial abuse on California's BART train    
CALIFORNIA: An Asian man was verbally abused and physically assaulted by a fellow passenger on the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train in Northern California.

         Hollywood to officially rename confederate streets    
MIAMI: It's OFFICIAL! City commissioners have put an end to a divisive battle over three Hollywood streets that has the names of Confederate generals.

         Kabul blast: Death toll mounts to 18    
KABUL: The death toll in the explosion outside a restaurant near Lab-e-Jar square in Kabul's PD4 has mounted to 18 on Thursday.

         Mugabe under house arrest as military takes control    
Harare: Zimbabwe's military was in control of the country today as President Robert Mugabe said he was under house arrest, although generals denied staging a coup. Mugabe's decades-long grip on power appeared to be fading as military vehicles blocked roads outside the parliament in Harare and senior soldiers delivered a late-night television address to the nation.

         Tillerson says broad Myanmar sanctions won't solve Rohingya crisis    
Naypyidaw: Washington's top diplomat today said he would not yet push for sanctions against Myanmar over the Rohingya refugee crisis, but he called for an independent investigation into "credible" reports that soldiers committed atrocities against the Muslim minority.

         Indians in Zimbabwe safe after unrest: Embassy    
Harare/New Delhi: The Indian community in Zimbabwe is safe, the Indian mission in Harare said today after unrest in the country that triggered speculation of a coup.

         Pak: Teenager arrested for sexually assaulting a hen    
ISLAMABAD: A teenager has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a hen and killing it, in Hafizabad, Punjab of Pakistan.

         Fighting Haqqani Network priority for US    
ISLAMABAD: A new bill introduced in the United States Congress has delinkedthe Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) from the Haqqani Network.

         53 killed in airstrikes in Syria's Aleppo    
ALEPPO: At least 53 people were killed and more than 60 were injured in airstrikes that targeted a marketplace in Syria's northwestern Aleppo province on Monday.

         Six dead in suicide bombing in Yemen    
ADEN: At least six persons were killed on Tuesday as two suicide bombers detonated a car packed with explosives in Yemen's southern city of Aden.

         Trump skips East Asia Summit    
MANILA: United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday skipped the 12th East Asia Summit (EAS) plenary session due to events running behind schedule.

         Chinese firm halts CPEC project over fund issues with Pak gov    
LAHORE: A leading Chinese company has drastically slowed down work on USD 2 billion 660kV high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line from Lahore to Matiari.

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