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       HEADLINES: Goons attack cinema producer in Kochi                                              Thrissur Pooram: Legal permission will be given to fireworks, says Centre                                              Parl passes bill that decriminalises suicide attempt by mentally ill people                                              No legal slaughterhouse is being targetted in UP: Naidu                                              Kundan Chandravat who announced bounty for Pinarayi's head held                                              Sena MP books AI ticket, airline cancels it                                              China's military facilities on man-made SCS islands nearly ready                                              Snapping of Indo-Pak talks only encourages terrorists: Pak                                              Pakistan court asks Punjab govt to explain detention of Hafiz Saeed                                              India beat Australia to win series 2-1                                              India retains ICC Test Championship mace                                              Ashwin receives Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy                                              Bhupathi picks four singles players; Paes, Bopanna reserves                                              Aussie cricketers are no longer friends, says Virat Kohli                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Sena MP books AI ticket, airline cancels it    
NEW DELHI: Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad has booked another ticket with Air India but it was cancelled today by the airline, days after all domestic carriers banned him from flying for assaulting an AI staffer. Sources said that the MP had purchased an open ticket prior to the ban, which his staff had booked for tomorrow morning to travel from Mumbai to Delhi. The ticket "has been cancelled", an Air India (AI) statement said.

         Woman arrested in murder case    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A woman, who had been evading arrest in a two-year-old murder case, was arrested from Khatoli town of the district. Police said the woman was arrested on March 27. Police had earlier announced a reward of Rs. 5,000 on information leading to her arrest.

         Youth set married woman's house ablaze in UP    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: The house of a married woman was allegedly set afire by a youth when she objected to continued harassment by him in Ladhawala locality here, police said.

         Goa BJP to felicitate Amit Shah for electoral victory    
PANAJI: The BJP in Goa would felicitate its national president Amit Shah on April 9 over the party securing power in four of the five states which went to polls recently.

         Namibian delegation welcomed in RS amid Oppn ruckus    
NEW DELHI: A visiting Namibian parliamentary delegation was on March 28, welcomed in the Rajya Sabha amidst slogan-shouting and ruckus by the opposition MPs over vacant posts in several statutory commissions. While several Opposition MPs were protesting in the Well relentlessly, Deputy Chairman P J Kurien asked them to stop as he read out a statement welcoming the delegation led by the Speaker of National Assembly of Namibia, Peter H Katjavivi, who were sitting in the special box in the Upper

         Man deposits Rs 246 crore in bank: I-T    
CHENNAI: A man hailing from Tiruchengode in Tamil Nadu has deposited an undisclosed income of Rs. 246 crore in a public sector bank, Income Tax department officials said. He has accepted to pay 46 per cent of the total sum as tax, according to the officials.

         Kundan Chandravat who announced bounty for Pinarayi's head held    
BHOPAL: RSS leader Kundan Chandravat who was in the headlines for announcing reward for killing Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, has been arrested.

         Madepura MP Pappu Yadav arrested    
PATNA: Patna police today arrested Madhepura MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav in a two-month case of creating law and order problem here. The MP was arrested from his residence at Mandiri area in Patna after acquiring arrest warrant from the CJM's court, Deputy Superintendent of Police Kailash Prasad told PTI tonight.

         P meat sellers on indefinite strike; chicken, fish scarce    
here, while making it clear that no orders have been issued to take any action against any shop selling chicken, fish or eggs. "The licenced slaughter houses should comply with the norms mentioned in the licence. No orders have been issued to take any action against any shop selling chicken, fish or eggs. They need not to fear," he clarified. He directed the officials that they should not act in over-enthusiasm nor should they overstep their jurisdiction. When contacted, Lucknow Munic

         Swaraj seeks report on arrest of African nationals in UP    
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today sought information from the Uttar Pradesh government over the arrest of some African nationals for their alleged role in the death of a class 12th student in Noida. "I have asked for a report from Government of Uttar Pradesh about the reported attack on African students in Noida," she said in a tweet.

         No legal slaughterhouse is being targetted in UP: Naidu    
NEW DELHI: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said that it is wrong to give a "communal" colour to the Uttar Pradesh government's decision to shutdown the illegal slaughterhouses in the state. After coming to power, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered closure of illegal slaughterhouses and strict enforcement of the ban on cow smuggling to fulfil a key electoral promise.

         Parl passes bill that decriminalises suicide attempt by mentally ill people    
Parliament today passed a bill that seeks to decriminalise suicide attempt by mentally ill people and provides for the right to better healthcare for people suffering from mental illness. 'The Mental Healthcare Bill' also has a provision to protect and restore the property right of the mentally ill people, Health Minister J P Nadda said in the Lok Sabha, just before it was passed by the House by a voice vote.

         Congress alleges Rs 20,000 cr scam in procurement of LED bulbs    
NEW DELHI: The Congress today alleged a Rs 20,000 crore nationwide scam in the procurement of LED bulbs for government use by a state-owned company and demanded a Supreme Court-monitored probe into it. Congress spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil said the Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture of PSUs of Power Ministry, is making purchases of LED bulbs in violation of Supreme Court and Vigilance Commission guidelines.

         12 killed as mini truck falls into ditch    
JABALPUR: Twelve labourers were killed while 30 others injured when a mini truck overturned and fell into a roadside ditch while negotiating a curve, a police official said.

         E-rickshaw driver arrested for raping minor girl    
NEW DELHI: A 28-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping a minor girl in southeast Delhi's Govindpuri area. The 7-year-old girl was sexually assaulted a month back but the incident came to light on March 25.

         Police foil robbery bid, arrest one    
NEW DELHI: A Delhi Police PCR van team foiled a robbery bid by arresting a man who, along with four others, allegedly broke into an electronics store and stole more than 100 mobile phones in Patel Nagar.

         Rs 2.40 lakh looted from shop in Lutyens' Delhi    
NEW DELHI: Suspected robbers allegedly decamped with Rs 2.4 lakh from a shop on Panchkuian Road in Lutyens' Delhi, police said.

         Aadhaar cannot be made compulsory for welfare benefits: SC    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Monday made it clear that Aadhaar cards cannot be made mandatory by the government and its agencies for extending benefits of social welfare schemes.

         Shiv Sena calls for Osmanabad bandh    
MUMBAI: Supporters of Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India staffer in Delhi last week, called for a bandh in Osmanabad district to protest his "humiliation" over the incident.

         Govt. may table GST Bills in Parliament on March 27    
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to table supplementary goods and services tax legislations in Parliament on March 27.

         Maurya orders probe into Kaushambi suicide case    
ALLAHABAD: A 23-year-old college student has allegedly committed suicide at Kaushambi district after the police "failed to act" against the youth who misbehaved with her and instead lodged a case against her uncle, prompting the authority to order a probe into the incident.

         Tell Lanka to stop nabbing fishermen: TN CM to PM    
RAMESWARAM/CHENNAI: Sri Lankan Navy on March 26 arrested 12 Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu, prompting the state government to ask the Centre to send an "unequivocal message" to Colombo to stop the apprehensions.

         Cyclonic storm toll rises to 4    
MALDA: The toll in the devastating cyclonic storm in West Bengal's Malda district rose to four as two more persons succumbed to their injuries on March 26.

         No out-of-court settlement with Modi, Yogi at helm: BMAC    
LUCKNOW: The Babri Masjid Action Committee (BMAC) today said an out-of-court settlement of the Ayodhya dispute was not possible with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi at the helm of affairs.

         Two drown in Ganga in Bulandshahr    
BULANDSHAHR: A 35-year-old man on March 26 drowned in the Ganga River at Anoopshahr town in the district after him, along with five others, was swept away in the strong currents.

         25 bombs found near Beas River    
AMRITSAR: Twenty five bombs were on March 26 found near the Beas River at Goindwal area in Tarn Taran district here, police said.

         India doesn't impose its views on anyone: PM    
MOUNT ABU (RAJASTHAN): India does not believe in imposing its views on anyone, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on March 26 while underlining the country’s rich tapestry of diversity.

         Two militants killed in Jammu    
SRINAGAR: Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed on Sunday after a brief gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, police said.

         Two nurses suspended    
HYDERABAD: Two staff nurses were suspended in Gandhi Hospital for being inattentive in discharging their duty. The nurses administered injections, which is expired, to 15 children in the hospital yesterday who are facing some health complications.

         Two nurses suspended    
HYDERABAD: Two staff nurses were suspended in Gandhi Hospital for being inattentive in discharging their duty. The nurses administered injections, which is expired, to 15 children in the hospital yesterday who are facing some health complications.

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