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       HEADLINES: Bus falls into river; three die                                              Pettah police beat up Kerala Kaumudi online reporters                                              Jisha murder case: Ameerul Islam convicted; Verdict tomorrow                                              BJP leader Madikkai Kammaran dead                                              Fire breaks out at Thaliparambu Cooperative hospital                                              High-voltage campaign for Gujarat polls to conclude today                                              Not much headway made in Rajiv murder conspiracy probe: SC                                              Honour killing of dalit man in TN: Six sentenced to death                                              Has Rahul Gandhi started wearing Rudraksha beads?                                              Rohingya return deal bad for refugees, says HRW                                              Indian girl drowns in Australia, family request PM to bring body back                                              Kim Jong-un can control weather: N Koreans                                              Quake hits Iran's southeastern province                                              BCCI appoints chief operating officer for NCA                                              Cricket fraternity pours in wishes on Yuvraj's 36th birthday                                              Maradona skips charity match, spends time with kids                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Special courts to hear cases against convicted politicians    
NEW DELHI: The Central Government will set up 12 special courts, to deal with cases against MPs and MLAs convicted of committing serious offences.

         PM Modi reaches Dharoi Dam in sea-plane    
AHMEDABAD: Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled from Sabarmati River in Ahmedabad to Dharoi Dam via sea-plane, which is the first-ever flight by such a craft in the country, on Tuesday.

         English passage on Modi in Class X exam fails spelling test    
JAIPUR: For their English paper in the half yearly exam, the students of 10th standard in Jaipur's government school received questions on Prime Minister Narendra Modi riddled with spelling mistakes.

         Crimes against women highest in Tripura: BJP Mohila Morcha    
AGARTALA: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday expressed serious concern over the high rate of crime and low conviction rate in Tripura. Quoting the recently released data of National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB), BJP Mohila Morcha president Vijaya Rahatkar said Tripura, which has a very small population in comparison to other big states, has the highest crime rate against women in the country.

         Sri Lankan navy apprehends 27 Indian fishermen    
RAMESWARAM: At least 27 Indian fishermen were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy with five boats near Delft Island on Tuesday morning. The apprehended fishermen are from Tamil Nadu's Pudukkottai district, official sources said.

         Didn't instruct lawyer to use bad word against Jaitley: CM to HC    
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has denied before the Delhi High Court that he filed a false affidavit claiming he had not instructed his counsel to use derogatory words against Union Minister Arun Jaitley.

         'Seaplane' a big revolution in transport sector: Gadkari    
NEW DELHI: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi became the first seaplane passenger in India, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday called it a "big revolution" in the field of transport. Speaking to ANI, Gadkari said the first-ever flight by such a craft in the country can also be a revolutionary dream for the people of India.

         Rahul should clear his stand on Ram Temple in Ayodhya: Yogi Adityanath    
Totana (Gujarat): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi should make it clear whether he wants a Ram Temple in Ayodhya or not.

         SC issues notice to EC, Centre against candidates contesting two seats    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Election Commission of India (ECI) and the Centre over plea seeking cancellation of nomination papers of any candidate contesting election in two constituencies simultaneously.

         Police deny permission for road show by Rahul, Modi    
AHMEDABAD: The Ahmedabad Police on Monday turned down the request of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress from conducting roadshows by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and grand old party vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

         Pak tells Modi to win election on own strengths    
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad has asked India to stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate. Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal on Monday tweeted that "India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on own strength rather than fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible."

         Zaira Wasim molestation: Mumbai Police arrests accused    
MUMBAI: The man who allegedly molested actress Zaira Wasim on board a Delhi-Mumbai flight last night was arrested here Sunday after a huge public outcry over the incident prompted the Maharashtra State Commission for Women to seek an enquiry into the "shameful" incident.

         Narrow escape for patients as fire breaks out at UP hospital    
LUCKNOW: Over 50 patients and their attendants had a narrow escape Monday when a fire broke out at a private hospital in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh, police said.

         World Record Long Live Painting to be held in Delhi Monday    
NEW DELHI: World Record Long Live Painting will be organised Monday at the Central Park in Connaught Place in the heart of Delhi.

         French tourists thrashed by locals in UP    
MIRZAPUR: In yet another incident of its kind, a group of foreign tourists, including women, was allegedly beaten up and molested in Ahraura area of Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday by a group of local boys.

         Manmohan didn’t show guts for surgical strike after 26/11: Modi    
VADODARA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing a public rally in Vadodara late Sunday, asked his predecessor Manmohan Singh why he not showed the courage to order a surgical strike post the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, despite the readiness of the Army.

         13 peacocks found dead in Vrindavan    
MATHURA: Thirteen peacocks were found dead near the Garud Govind Temple in Vrindavan after they were allegedly given poison-laced grain, police has said.

         Five-year-old girl raped by 12-year-old boy    
SHIMLA: A five-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 12-year-old boy in Dhalli on the outskirts of Shimla town, police said.

         Srinagar-Leh highway closed for winter season    
SRINAGAR: The Srinagar-Leh highway, connecting the frontier Ladakh region with the rest of the state, was Sunday closed for traffic for the winter season, ahead of expected heavy snowfall, an official said.

         Woman kills husband, then passes off lover as husband    
HYDERABAD: A 27-year-old married woman and her paramour have been arrested Sunday for killing the woman's husband and then enacting an elaborate drama to hide the murder, police said.

         Why does Pak want Ahmed Patel as Guj CM: Modi    
PALANPUR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday alleged Pakistan was interfering in Gujarat Assembly polls, and sought an explanation from the Congress over its top party men who are said to have recently met leaders from the neighbouring country.

         Five elephants mowed down by train in Assam    
TEZPUR: Five elephants, including a pregnant one, were killed in the early hours Sunday after a train hit a herd of seven tuskers at a tea garden in Sonitpur district, forest officials said.

         Mumbai Police files FIR in Zaira Wasim harassment matter    
NEW DELHI: The Mumbai Police on Sunday registered an FIR against unknown person in connection with the Zaira Wasim alleged harassment incident.

         Max Hospital's licence cancellation leaves patients in disarray    
NEW DELHI: A day after the Delhi Government cancelled the licence of the Max Hospital in Delhi's Shalimar Bagh, relatives of the patients, who are currently admitted in the hospital, expressed concern regarding further medical treatment here.

         Woman says Modi's rally ended her marriage    
BAREILLY: A woman from Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly has alleged that her husband gave her triple talaq because she attended a 'Dhanyavad Rally', a rally thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his government's plan to bring in legislation to ban instant triple talaq.

         CPM continues debate on cooperating with Congress against BJP    
NEW DELHI: The CPM politburo Saturday debated the framing of a draft political resolution on whether it should seek the cooperation of all non-Left parties, including the Congress, to fight the "communal politics of the BJP", party sources said.

         RK Nagar bypoll: RO removed after actor Vishal's disqualification row    
CHENNAI: The Returning Officer (RO) of the RK Nagar constituency was on Saturday replaced by the Election Commission in an unusual move following controversy over actor Vishal's rejection of nomination papers, reports the Deccan Chronicle.

         Gujarat polls: Modi urges voters to exercise their franchise    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the voters, particularly the youngsters, to cast their votes in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections.

         Need institutional arbitration system to get investment: CJI    
NEW DELHI: If India wants to attract investments, it needs to develop a good institutional arbitration system with minimum interference of courts and maximum execution of arbitration awards, the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, today said. Justice Misra stressed that the country needs to adjust without surrendering "our conceptual sovereignty". The shift has to be towards institutional arbitration while also keeping in mind the interests of the country.

         After split verdict, 3 convicted in murder case by third judge    
New Delhi: A murder case, which saw a split verdict earlier by a division bench of the Delhi High Court, has now been decided by a third judge leading to conviction and awarding of life sentence to three men and acquittal of two others. While deciding the reference on appeals of the five men, Justice Sanjiv Khanna noted in the beginning that difference of opinion between the two judges was primarily on the question of the identification of the perpetrators by the eyewitness and on some other

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