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       HEADLINES: Cash looted from beverages outlet                                              Congress veteran N D Tiwari joins BJP                                              Sushil Kumar Shinde, 130 Cong workers detained                                              Govt gives nod for listing five general insurance PSUs                                              Earthquake of 5.4 magnitude strikes central Italy                                              Sania and Bopanna move to Australian Open 2nd with partners                                              Saina, Jayaram win in Malaysia Masters                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Dec 16 gang rape: Two convicts shifted to separate cell    
NEW DELHI: Two of the four death row convicts in the December 16 gangrape and murder case have been shifted to a separate cell in Tihar Jail after they alleged threat from a co-prisoner, prison authorities told a Delhi court today.

         Sidhu files nomination from Amritsar East    
AMRITSAR: Two days after joining the Congress, cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu filed his nomination from Amritsar East seat on Wednesday.

         British Foreign Secretary to hold talks with Modi    
NEW DELHI: Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who is to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, has described the UK and India as "natural partners".

         Madras HC refuses to 'interfere' on jallikattu protests at Marina    
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court Wednesday refused to interfere on the protests held by youths and students on the Marina beach front in the city on the Jallikattu issue, holding that the Supreme Court was seized of the matter.

         EC seizes Rs. 64 cr from poll-bound States    
NEW DELHI: Election Commission- appointed surveillance and expenditure monitoring teams have recovered over Rs. 64 crore in cash, including Rs 56.04 crore from Uttar Pradesh alone, and liquor and drugs worth over Rs 8 crore from the five poll-bound states.

         Man gets life term for killing brother-in-law    
NEW DELHI: A man has been awarded life imprisonment by a city court for killing his brother-in-law on suspicion of having illicit relations with his wife.

         Woman sets two minor daughters on fire, one dies    
VADODARA: A six-month-old infant died while her minor sibling sustained burns when their mother allegedly set them afire before trying to commit suicide at a village in Gujarat's Chhota Udaipur district, police said.

         FIR against Owaisi in Saharanpur    
SAHARANPUR: Uttar Pradesh police has registered an First Information Report (FIR) against , All-India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi for violating the election Model Code of Conduct(MCC) for pasting posters in religious and other places.

         Sasikala, TN CM unveil life size statue, pay floral tributes on MGR's centenary    
CHENNAI: AIADMK General Secretary VK Sasikala and Chief Minister O Panneerselvam were at the forefront of the birth centenary celebrations of their party founder, the late M G Ramachandran on Tuesday.

         Congress declares final list for Punjab polls    
CHANDIGARH: The Congress on Tuesday announced its final list of candidates for the Punjab assembly elections, naming three for the pending seats of Amritsar South, Mansa and Ludhiana East.

         Kejriwal denies bribery charge, says Sidhu no factor    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday denied charges of promoting bribery by asking voters to take money from other parties and vote for the AAP in Punjab and Goa.

         Man lynched for eve-teasing    
BARIPADA (Odisha): A 43-year-old man was beaten to death by villagers for allegedly eve-teasing a girl at Bangalidahi in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, police said Tuesday.

         Massive protest in favour of Jallikattu in Madurai    
CHENNAI: Thousands of people on Monday took to the streets in Madurai's Alanganallur town in Tamil Nadu protesting a ban against Jallikattu, the ancient and popular bull-taming sport.

         Karnataka police officer arrested on rape charge    
BENGALURU: A police officer was arrested for allegedly raping a mentally challenged woman in Karnataka's Tumakuru town, officials said on Monday.

         Congress MLA gets threat call    
ANAND (GUJ): Congress MLA from Borsad Assembly seat in Anand district, Amit Chavda allegedly received a threat call from a person claiming to be gangster Ravi Pujari, who is believed to be in Australia, police said.

         Patna boat tragedy: Modi announces ex gratia of Rs 2 lakh    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday sanctioned Rs 2 lakh each to the next of kin of those killed in Patna boat tragedy from the PM National Relief Fund.

         Police warns of action against those defying SC ban    
MADURAI: Amid protests against the ban on Jallikattu, police Sunday said action would be taken against those violating the Supreme Court order on the bull taming sport associated with Pongal festivities.

         Army man on 'hunger strike', wife also joins in    
BHOPAL: The wife of an army jawan has said her husband is on a "hunger strike" for the past four days to highlight poor service conditions within lower ranks and she too has started a similar agitation in his support.

         Three held for rape and murder of minor    
THANE: In a shocking incident, a four-year- old girl was allegedly raped, brutally killed and buried in a nullah by the accused in Bhayander area, police said.

         Om Puri's son immerse ashes in sea    
MUMBAI: The ashes of veteran actor Om Puri were immersed in the sea in Versova here Sunday. Puri died on January 6, at the age of 66, after suffering a massive heart attack at his home.

         58 houses gutted in fire in Himachal Pradesh    
SHIMLA: As many as 58 houses were gutted in a massive fire at Tangnu village in Rohroo area here, rendering around 216 persons homeless and over a dozen cattle dead, officials said Sunday.

         Dalit woman tied up, burnt to death in Muzaffarpur    
MUZAFFARPUR: A middle-aged Dalit woman was allegedly burnt to death at Tarma in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, police said on Sunday.

         Raids on gas agency of Oil Minister Pradhan's brother    
BHUBANESWAR: Raids were conducted by the anti-corruption vigilance wing at several petrol pumps and cooking gas agencies, including the one belonging to the brother of Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan, in Odisha following allegation of adulteration and black-marketing.

         Actress Trisha in Jallikattu row, says never opposed the sport    
CHENNAI: Targeted by pro-Jallikattu groups for her association with animal rights group PETA which opposes the bull taming sport, actress Trisha Saturday said she has never spoken against Jallikattu.

         Five TN pilgrims mowed down by SUV    
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI (TN): Five pilgrims were killed on the spot and another man was seriously injured after the driver of an SUV fell asleep at the wheel and the vehicle ploughed into them near here Saturday, police said.

         Four children charred to death in fire in Gurugram    
GURUGRAM: Three minor siblings and their cousin were charred to death after a fire broke out at their house here while they were sleeping last night.

         Girl drowns while taking selfie    
DEHRADUN: A girl drowned in the Alaknanda while taking a selfie along the banks of the river in Uttarakhand's Rudraprayag district. The incident took place yesterday when the girl slipped off the banks of Alaknanda while trying to take a selfie and was washed away by the swirling river, Koteshwar police station in-charge DS Panwar said.

         UP police cracks down on illegal arms racket    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: In a crackdown on illegal arms suppliers ahead of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls, police Saturday claimed to have formed a team to apprehend the trouble makers.

         Jallikattu supporters taken into custody    
MADURAI: Several supporters of Jallikattu were Saturday taken into preventive custody near here for allegedly trying to defy a ban on the traditional bull taming sport associated with Pongal festivities.

         Two policemen injured in accident    
BHADOHI (UP): Three policemen were injured, two of them seriously, when the jeep they were travelling met with an accident near Beraspur village in the wee hours here Saturday.

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