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       HEADLINES: Mullaperiyar : SC to consider state’s review plea on Dec 2                                              Bird flu: Medicines to control bird flu reaches state                                              No stay in bar case, accepts appeal                                              Bar scam: VS takes dig at Mani’s wife                                              Ready to give statement to vigilance, says Mani                                              Reforms bills in trouble as Oppn planning to stall these                                              Jashodaben files RTI about security, other facilities she is entitled to                                              Kathak legend Sitara Devi passes away                                              Uproar in Lok Sabha over black money issue                                              Modi appeals to voters to ‘free Jharkhand from instability’                                              Grand jury won't indict cop in US shooting                                              Indian Railways team in China for Delhi-Chennai bullet train                                              To boost ties, Modi presents advanced chopper to Nepal                                              Hughes taken to a hospital after batting accident                                              Kohli scores 60;two-day match ends in draw                                              Hughes in critical condition after being hit by bouncer at SCG                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Allow entry of girls inside library: Allahabad HC to AMU    
ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad High Court today directed Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) authorities to allow entry of girl students inside the Maulana Azad central library.

         Voters say they want strong, decisive govt in JK    
BANIHAL: A strong and decisive government seems to be the motivation behind the high voter turnout in the first phase of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections held in 15 constituencies today.

         Seven found culpable in Sindhuratna accident: Parrikar    
NEW DELHI: A board of inquiry probing the accident in submarine INS Sindhuratna has found seven officers culpable and action has been initiated against them, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told parliament Tuesday.

         Email ID hacked: Rs 1.13 cr withdrawn from NRI's account    
MANGALURU: A Canada-based NRI has lost Rs 1.13 crore from his account with a bank in Manipal after hackers made their way into his e-mail account and got the money transferred to two of their accounts overseas, according to a complaint lodged with the police.

         Record turnout in J&K assembly poll, high polling in Jharkhand    
SRINAGAR/RANCHI: Jammu and Kashmir today registered a record 71.28 percent turnout in the first phase of incident-free Assembly elections when people ignored boycott calls by separatists and cold conditions to cast their votes in 15 constituencies.

         Anup Jalota's wife expires in US    
MUMBAI: Anup Jalota's ailing wife Medha died in the US Monday due to a liver failure following a second heart and first kidney transplant, the Bhajan singer's official spokesperson confirmed. She was 59.

         Ban on sale of loose cigarettes recommended    
NEW DELHI: The union health ministry has recommended a ban on sale of loose cigarettes and also increase in the minimum age of a person to whom tobacco products can be sold, it was announced Tuesday.

         Iraqi man dies in Gurgaon    
GURGAON: An Iraqi man died while shopping at a market here, police said Tuesday. Mutar Quashim, 60, was declared dead at the Civil Hospital after he fell unconscious in the Sadar Bazar market of old Gurgaon.

         Nigerian man arrested for duping a lady from Shillong    
SHILLONG: Police has arrested a Nigerian national for allegedly duping a lady from Mawlai, Shillong of around Rs 12 lakhs. Addressing the media Tuesday, East Khasi Hills Superintendent of Police (SP) Mariahom Kharkrang said the arrest followed an FIR lodged by a woman from Mawlai on November 6 who alleged that she was duped of Rs 12 lakhs by a Facebook friend, Eric Jack who claimed to be from the United Kingdom.

         Virat not to star opposite Anushka in YRF's next: Yashraj    
NEW DELHI: Yashraj Films Tuesday denied that Indian cricketer Virat Kohli will feature opposite Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma in its next production venture. "Virat Kohli will not star opposite Anushka Sharma in YRF's next," the Yashraj tweeted.

         Police refuse permission for 'Kiss of Love' programme    
BENGALURU: Police have decided to refuse permission to controversial 'kiss of love' programme in the city on November 29 by some activists which attracted wider criticism.

         Six arrested in Bangalore stalking case    
BANGALORE: Bangalore Police on Tuesday confirmed the arrest of six people in connection with a stalking case, and added that they are looking into the criminal background of the accused.

         Modi arrives in Nepal, focus on whether he will meet Nawaz Sharif    
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Nepal for a summit of eight South Asian countries. A few days ago, his team dropped plans for the PM's rallies at the birthplaces of the Buddha and the Goddess Sita, after controversy over whether he was gaining too much prominence inside Nepal.

         Modi appeals to voters to ‘free Jharkhand from instability’    
CHAIBASA, JHARKHAND: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the voters of Jharkhand to enable the BJP secure a majority in the Assembly elections for political stability.

         ATM machine stolen in Delhi    
NEW DELHI: An ATM machine here was stolen, police said Tuesday. A sweeper spotted the ransacked ATM of the Union Bank of India located at west Delhi's Narela area Tuesday morning and informed the police.

         Uproar in Lok Sabha over black money issue    
NEW DELHI: The issue of black money created uproar in Lok Sabha on the first working day of winter session with opposition asking the government to fulfill its promise of bringing it back from abroad.

         Coal scam: Why was Manmohan Singh not examined, special court asks CBI    
NEW DELHI: The CBI was on Tuesday asked by a special court as to whether it has examined former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who was then holding coal portfolio, during its probe in the coal blocks allocation scam case involving top industrialist KM Birla, former coal secretary P C Parakh and others.

         Kathak legend Sitara Devi passes away    
MUMBAI: Kathak queen Sitara Devi died at a hospital here on Tuesday. She was 94. “Her funeral will take place Thursday morning. We are waiting for her son who has gone abroad for a show,” Rajesh Mishra, the son-in-law of the 94-year-old danseuse, told IANS.

         Polling begins for first phase of Jammu & Jharkhand polls    
SRINAGAR/RANCHI: Voting began on a brisk note Tuesday in 15 constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir going to polls in first of the five-phased state elections. Braving cold weather, voters today lined up at polling stations much before the start of the voting.

         Pack up and vacate Delhi bungalow, govt tells Lalu Prasad    
NEW DELHI: Government has rejected former railway minister Lalu Prasad's request for further extension of his stay at the official bungalow at Tughlaq Road in Lutyen's zone here.

         Jashodaben files RTI about security, other facilities she is entitled to    
MEHSANA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wife Jashodaben today filed an RTI application with Mehsana police to seek clarity on security cover given to her at present and wanted to know what she is entitled to.

         I-T seizes over Rs 135 cr cash, jewellery from Sahara group    
NEW DELHI: The Income Tax department has claimed to have seized cash of over Rs 135 crore from the premises of Sahara group during its raids on its two premises in Delhi and Noida in connection with alleged tax evasion charges.

         Address conflict of interest between BCCI, IPL: SC to Srini    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Monday asked if sidelined BCCI president N. Srinivasan was not in a position of conflict while also holding a franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

         Mamata ridicules Modi's selfie, says 'spare Bengal' from riots    
KOLKATA: Asserting the BJP does not deserve political courtesies, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Monday here took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's selfies, labelling him as a "selfie danga guru (riot master)".

         Reforms bills in trouble as Oppn planning to stall these    
NEW DELHI: Key reforms legislations, like the bills on insurance, GST and labour, are in for trouble as opposition parties were today trying to join forces to create hurdles for these in Parliament, which will have its first working day tomorrow.

         Irani upset with media for bringing her personal life under scanner    
NEW DELHI: Union Human Resource and Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani, who stoked a controversy following her meeting with an astrologer, lashed out at the media on Monday for bringing her personal life under the scanner.

         PM to address rallies in Kashmir on Dec 6    
SRINAGAR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two election rallies in Anantnag and Srinagar districts of Kashmir Valley on December 6 with BJP exuding confidence that it will achieve its 'Mission 44' to form the next government in the state.

         Commando dresses, bullet-proof jackets found, lockers coat Rampal's Ashram    
BARWALA, HARYANA: Cash, weapons, bullet-proof jackets and commando dresses were Monday found even as lockers were opened at arrested 'Godman' Rampal's Satlok Ashram, where he was taken by the police for the first time since his arrest on November 19.

         JD (U) may oust Manjhi as Bihar chief minister    
PATNA: Speculation is rife in Bihar's political circles over the possible ouster of Jitan Ram Manjhi as the chief minister after he said his days in the office are numbered. The speculation gained strength a day after Manjhi said his days in office were numbered as his detractors in the party were making every effort to remove him from the chief minister's post.

         BJP leader shot dead in Bihar, violent protests follow    
PATNA: A senior state BJP leader, Srikant Bharti was shot dead in Bihar’s Siwan district, triggering violent protests Monday by his supporters, police said. Bharti was killed by unidentified men late on Sunday night when he was returning from a marriage party.

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