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       HEADLINES: B Sujatha Devi Passes Away                                              Fish preserved in formalin seized                                              Son brutally beats mother                                              Bid to sabotage probe against ADGP’s daughter                                              V K Rajagopal’s Sabarimala appointment cancelled                                              Violence cannot solve any problem: Modi                                              Major held for colleague's wife's murder                                              PDP never 'wavered' on agenda of alliance, says Mehbooba                                              UAE says ready to back efforts for peaceful Yemen rebel pullout                                              Musharraf says he has not quit politics                                              Constant bullying of activists unacceptable: HRCP                                              Kohli & Co. depart for Ireland, England tour                                              FIFA WC: Lukaku, Hazard braces help Belgium stun Tunisia 5-2                                              FIFA WC: Vela, Hernandez help Mexico win against S Korea 2-1                                              Amit wins gold at World Para Athletics Grand Prix                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Constable found dead in drain    
SHAHJAHANPUR: The body of a police constable was found in a drain in Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh today, a day after he had gone missing, a senior police official said.

         Media bodies demand strict action against BJP leader    
NEW DELHI: Several media bodies, including the Press Club of India, Sunday sought strict action against senior BJP leader Choudhary Lal Singh over his "threatening and intimidating" remarks directed at Kashmiri journalists.

         Two LeT militants killed in encounter in south Kashmir    
SRINAGAR: Two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Kulgam district of south Kashmir Sunday, police said.

         Three more held in ATM fraud case    
PUDUCHERRY: Police have arrested three more persons in connection with the sensational case of fake ATM cards having ramifications of inter-state criminals, in the last two days.

         Passport row: Witness claims he was abducted    
LUCKNOW: The inter-faith couple passport case took a new twist on Sunday when an eye-witness claimed that he was abducted near Bahriach but managed to escape from kidnappers' clutches.

         Bodies of four engineering students recovered from Krishna    
AMARAVATI: Bodies of four engineering students, drowned in the Krishna river near Amaravati while on a pleasure trip, were retrieved on Sunday after a search operation involving the Navy, National Disaster Response Force and State Disaster Response Force personnel, the Andhra Pradesh state emergency operations centre said.

         13 killed as tractor falls in Telangana canal    
HYDERABAD: At least 13 women agriculture workers were killed and 17 others injured when a tractor plunged into a canal in Telangana's Yadadri district on Sunday, police said.

         BJP will not allow Kashmir to get disintegrated from India: Shah    
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and the BJP will never allow it to be disintegrated from the country, party president Amit Shah today said during his first visit to the state after the saffron party withdrew support from the PDP-led government.

         BJP leader threatens Kashmiri journalists, draws flak    
Jammu/Srinagar: Former minister and senior BJP leader Lal Singh has warned Kashmiri journalists to draw a line between reporting facts and supporting terrorists or face the fate of Rising Kashmir editor Shujaat Bukhari, who was shot dead by militants. Singh's statement drew condemnation from the Kashmir Editors Guild and the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference. The party said this was a brazen attempt to muzzle the media in Kashmir and that his "open threat" merited "immediate cognizanc

         BJP functionary stabbed to death by duo on bike    
Chikkamagaluru: A BJP functionary was stabbed to death by two motorcycle-borne assailants here, police said today. The general secretary of BJP's Chikkamagaluru unit, Anwar was waylaid by two unidentified men last night and stabbed multiple times, they said.

         BJP functionary stabbed to death by duo on bike    
Chikkamagaluru: A BJP functionary was stabbed to death by two motorcycle-borne assailants here, police said today. The general secretary of BJP's Chikkamagaluru unit, Anwar was waylaid by two unidentified men last night and stabbed multiple times, they said. The 40-year-old activist was rushed to a nearby private hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, police said.

         Congress neglected development of cities: PM    
Indore: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused the Congress of neglecting the development of cities during its long rule in the country and said his government had come out with new ideas and approach on urban governance. Villages were the "soul" of the country, while cities were its "energy" centres, he said, addressing a public meeting here.

         Body of Army major's wife found in Delhi Cantt area    
New Delhi: The body of an Army major's wife was found near Brar Square in the Delhi Cantonment area today, police said. The police said she had gone to an Army base hospital for a physiotherapy session and her body was found later. The woman had neck injuries, they said.

         BJP trying to hoodwink the people of Jammu: JKNPP    
Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) today accused the BJP of trying to hoodwink the people of Jammu region again through deception and treachery . Referring to BJP chief Amit Shah's remark that the party had withdrawn support due to the neglect of Jammu region, JKNPP chairman Harsh Dev Singh said such remarks by BJP leaders only invoked cynicism.

         Sri Lankan refugee among six arrested for ATM fraud    
Coimbatore: Six people, including a Sri Lankan refugee, who duplicated cards and withdrew Rs 19 lakh from an ATM kiosk here, were arrested today, police said. The gang made the fake ATM cards based on data stolen by using skimmers and a camera and withdrew the money from various accounts, they said.

         Mamata cancels first China visit as 'political meetings at appropriate level' not confirmed by CPC    
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee cancelled her first China visit on Friday at the last minute as political meetings at the "appropriate level" were not confirmed by the Chinese government

         Javadekar assures students will not have to travel outside home state for NEET    
Chennai: Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar today said students would not have to travel outside their state for appearing in NEET from next year as more centres would be set up based on the requirement.

         No interim order by HC against felling trees for south Delhi re-development    
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today declined to put on hold the felling of trees sanctioned by the Centre in connection with the re-development of six south Delhi colonies by the National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) and the Central Public Works Department (CPWD).

         Interpol RCN against Nirav Modi likely soon    
New Delhi: The Interpol is all set to issue a red corner notice (RCN) against fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi as the international agency is satisfied with the documents provided by the CBI which is probing the USD 2 billion scam, sources said. The records the CBI provided to the Interpol included the non-bailable warrants issued by a Mumbai special court and the details of the charge sheets filed in the case etc. The documents were found in order and have satisfied the Lyon-based internati

         Surat court issues arrest warrant against Nirav Modi    
Surat: A court here today issued an arrest warrant against absconding diamantaire Nirav Modi in a case of alleged customs duty evasion registered by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI). Chief Judicial Magistrate B H Kapadia issued the warrant as Modi failed to present himself during the court hearings, public prosecutor Nayan Sukhadwala said.

         Kejriwal is in good condition,says naturecure institute    
Bengaluru: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is undergoing treatment at the Jindal Naturecure Institute here, is doing well, institute sources said today. "He is well and in good condition. He has completed detoxification and he is doing very well. He is all right," the chief administrative officer of the institute K K Ghosh told PTI.

         Shah to address rally in Jammu tomorrow    
New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah will address a rally in Jammu tomorrow, close on the heels of his party's decision to withdraw support from the PDP-led government in Jammu and Kashmir.

         Aircel-Maxis case: SC judge recuses from hearing Swamy's plea    
New Delhi: A Supreme Court judge today recused herself from hearing a plea of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy seeking to implead himself as a party in a case related to probe into alleged disproportionate assets of an ED officer investigating the Aircel-Maxis deal case.

         HC refuses to grant relief to Zakir Naik    
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today refused to grant relief to controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who is facing charges of inciting communal disharmony and committing unlawful activities, observing that he did not show any interest or desire to help the probe agencies.

         J-K Governor calls all-party meeting tomorrow    
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra has called an all-party meeting here tomorrow to discuss the situation in the wake of the implementation of governor's rule in the state, officials said today.

         Include Yoga in school courses to build a healthy nation: Naidu    
Mumbai: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu today emphasised upon the need to include Yoga in school curriculum to "create a healthy nation."

         Mamata cautions TMC workers against infighting, complacency    
Kolkata: With the Lok Sabha election due next year, West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee sent out a stern message to her party workers today, asking them to desist from infighting and complacency and work unitedly.

         Bengal BJP leader's tweet signals fissure in party    
Kolkata: Ahead of BJP chief Amit Shah's visit to the state next week, fissures in the party's Bengal unit are out in the open with its vice-president Chandra Kumar Bose imploring the leadership to "elect" and not "select" a leader for the state.

         Owaisi flays BJP over passport official 'humiliating'    
Hyderabad: e society with the BJP at the helm, the Hyderabad MP alleged. "Most unfortunate and misfortune is that even government officials whose duty is to check whether a person is an Indian citizen or not, his residence (proof) is proper or not before issuing a passport, he has the guts and stupidity to say and question a person," he said.

         Court gives 2-yr jail term to SP for custodial torture    
Guwahati: A district superintendent of police was sentenced to two years in jail by a Kamrup court near here for torturing an accused in custody five years ago. Kamrup Additional District and Sessions Judge sentenced Goalpara SP Amitava Sinha for subjecting one Gurmeet Singh, a murder accused, to physical torture in 2013, when Sinha was serving as the deputy commissioner of police with Guwahati Crime Branch.

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