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       HEADLINES: Four students who got drunk admitted at hospital                                              Nothing unnatural about Liga's death, say police                                              BJP hartal at Ranni today                                              WhatsApp hartal: Jamaat-e-Islami, Popular Front should apologise                                              Petrol, diesel hit record prices                                              Anant Kumar Hegde receives threat call                                              CJI impeachment: Congress to file petition in SC                                              Hong Kong silent on Nirav Modi's whereabouts                                              Yemen: At least 30 killed after Saudi-led air strike hits wedding party                                              The royal family of UK welcomes baby no. 3                                              Pak Army Chief calls for meaningful Indo-Pak dialogue                                              CPEC: Business, security headache for China, Pak                                              China's BRI exposes its ulterior strategic motives                                              Sania Mirza announces arrival of 'Baby Mirza Malik'                                              Will take a call on my career after 2019 WC: Yuvraj                                              Mithali Raj reflects on changing horizon of women's cricket                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         My son not contesting from Varuna: Yeddyurappa    
BENGALURU: In a surprise announcement, BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa said on Monday that his son B Y Vijayendra would not contest from Varuna constituency in Mysuru against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s son Yatindra, triggering angry protests from party workers that led to a police lathicharge.

         We won't allow BJP to intoxicate Constitution: Rahul Gandhi    
NEW DELHI: Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on Monday, said the party would work for the people of India to protect them, their ideas and build their future. "No matter how much effort BJP puts in we will not allow them to toxicate the Constitution,” he asserted. He was addressing Congress workers at the Talkatora Stadium after launching a nationwide campaign to safeguard the Constitution and protect the rights of Dalits and backward classes.

         World will hear positive voices against protectionism at Modi-Xi summit: China    
BEIJING: China today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping will discuss globalisation and the threat of rising protectionism at their informal summit at Wuhan + this week and the world will hear "very positive voices."

         CJI impeachment notice rejected: What Congress, Shiv Sena leaders said    
NEW DELHI: Several political leaders on Monday reacted on the rejection of Congress-led opposition parties' impeachment motion against Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra by Rajya Sabha Chairman and Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu.

         Delhi doctor operates on leg of patient with head injury    
NEW DELHI: A senior doctor at a Delhi government-run hospital, a dedicated facility for providing critical trauma services, wrongly performed a procedure on the leg of a patient who was admitted there with a head injury.

         I fear for my life, Indrani Mukerjea tells court    
MUMBAI: Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, Monday told the special CBI court here that she feared for her life in prison.

         Man bludgeons wife to death in front of kids    
NEW DELHI: A 38-year-old woman was bludgeoned to death allegedly by her husband in the presence of their three children this morning in outer Delhi's Mangolpuri, police said.

         CCTVs in all police stations by October: HC told    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court was Monday told that CCTV cameras would be installed in all the police stations in the national capital by October this year.

         Are 14-16 year-old girls not children too? asks Kamal Haasan    
CHENNAI: Actor-politician Kamal Haasan today wondered why the ordinance promulgated today provided death penalty for rape of girls under 12 years alone and not for those aged between 14 and 16 and said families should bring up boys to act responsibly. “Why is the death penalty only for the rape of girls aged under 12… what about 14, 15, and 16-year-olds, are they not children too?It will take time for them too (14-16 year-olds) to blossom as women. I do not know how to view it,” he said

         Venkaiah Naidu rejects Opposition notice impeachement of chief justice Dipak Misra    
NEW DELHI: Rajya Sabha chairman Venkaiah Naidu on Monday rejected the Congress-led opposition parties' notice for the impeachment of the chief justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra.

         Jessica Lall’s sister pardons killer    
Sabrina, the sister of Delhi-based model Jessica Lal who shot dead on April 30, 1999, has said that she has “no objections” to the release of the man who is the convict. Siddartha Vashishta aka Manu Sharma, is currently serving life imprisonment in Tihar jail for having shot dead Jessica after she refused him a drink at a party in Delhi where she was a bartender.

         Railway Union alleges Rlys ignoring repair work    
NEW DELHI: The Northern Railway Men's Union Tuesday alleged that the railways was not carrying out maintenance and repair work in a timely manner and ignoring unsafe operations, charges that come in the backdrop of several high-profile train derailments.

         Twitter account of Indian ambassador to UN hacked    
NEW DELHI: In what can only be a case of hacking, two photographs of Pakistan's flag and the neighbour country's President Mamnoon Hussain were posted from the Twitter account of India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin.

         Maha bans sale of tobacco at shops selling FMCG items    
Mumbai: Maharashtra government today announced a ban on sale of tobacco at merchant establishments selling FMCG items to ensure children don't consume tobacco.

         UP: Minor gang-raped, filmed at gunpoint    
Bulandshahr: A 14-year-old girl was gang-raped and filmed at gunpoint in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr, on Wednesday. On the complaint of the victim's family, the police registered an FIR against six persons and arrested two of them. "Police booked two for raping and immediately arrested them. Other four were charged with aiding them and will be arrested by the end of the day," SSP of Bulandshahr, Muniraj told ANI.

         INX Media case: Karti Chidambaram gets bail    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Friday granted bail to Karti Chidambaram, son of senior Congress leader P Chidamabaram, in the INX Media corruption case.

         1,25,000 Bio-toilets installed in train coaches    
NEW DELHI: The Indian Railways at present have commissioned and are operating 27 sections as Green Corridors. All the trains plying on these sections are running with all the coaches equipped with bio-toilets. Thus, there is no direct discharge of human waste from the trains running on these Green Corridors. Indian Railway has provided about 1,25,000 bio-toilets in its coaches till March 2018.

         Don't commercialise education: President to teachers    
New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind today asked teachers not to commercialise education, noting that there would be no difference between them and traders if they indulge in such activities.

         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.

         PM Modi taking India back to medieval times: Rahul Gandhi    
New Delhi: In his first address as Congress President, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking India back to the medieval times.

         Dahanu boat capsize: All missing students recovered    
DAHANU: All missing students in the boat capsize that took place off the coast of Maharashtra's Dahanu town have been accounted for as recovered, Dahanu Coast Guard stated on Sunday.

         Women-driven autos on Kolkata streets soon    
KOLKATA: Breaking the old age customs, the women in Kolkata are getting trained to drive autos for their livelihood. Belonging to a lower income family, these women are receiving training to drive autos by an auto union leader Gopal, in South Kolkata.

         All statues of Lenin should be demolished: BJP MLA    
Mumbai (Maharashtra): A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA on Wednesday said all statues of Russian Communist icon Vladimir Lenin in India should be demolished.

         Same culprit behind Class XII, X paper leak    
New Delhi: One of the culprits arrested in connection with the leaking of CBSE class XII Economics question paper, Rakesh Kumar, has also been identified by the Delhi Police as the lead suspect in the leak of the CBSE class X Mathematics paper. "Rakesh Kumar, who was arrested for leaking CBSE Class 12th Economics paper is also the main person behind Class 10th Maths paper leak," said Joint Commissioner of Police, Crime, Alok Kumar.

         Why women prisoners denied open jail benefit: HC to Delhi Govt    
New Delhi: Why are women prisoners in Tihar Jail being denied the benefit of semi-open and open prisons, the Delhi High Court today asked the AAP government and the jail authorities.

         Antrix-Devas deal: G Madhavan Nair summoned by Special Delhi Court    
NEW DELHI: A special Delhi court on Saturday summoned former Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman G Madhavan Nair and others in the Antrix-Devas deal case.

         Iqbal Kaskar booked for new extortion case in Thane    
THANE: Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's younger brother Iqbal Kaskar and his gang members on Tuesday were booked for a new extortion case in Thane.

         Massive fire breaks out at a Mumbai slum, rescue operation underway    
MUMBAI: Massive fire broke out at a slum near Behrampada locality near Mumbai's Bandra station on Thursday. As many as 16 fire engines and 12 Water tankers have been rushed to the spot. No causalities have been reported so far.

         HC seeks govt's stand on plea to ban use of Prez, PM's photo    
New Delhi:The Delhi High Court today sought the response of the Centre on a plea to ban the use of photos of persons holding constitutional posts, including the President and the Prime Minister, in private advertisements. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also issued notice to the Press Council of India, a statutory body that governs the conduct of the print media, on a plea which also sought evolving of guidelines for private advertisers.

         Hajj 2018 to be digitalised, application forms available from Nov 15    
MUMBAI: Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has said they were trying to digitalise Hajj 2018 and that the application forms would be available from November 15 to December 7.

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