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         IAS officer arrested for molesting domestic help    
RAIGARH: An IAS officer was Tuesday arrested for allegedly molesting a 16-year-old girl who was working as his domestic help here in Kharsia, police said.

         Maoists kidnap three TDP leaders in Andhra    
VISAKHAPATNAM: Maoists on Tuesday kidnapped three TDP leaders in Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh. The leaders of the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) were abducted in a tribal belt in north coastal Andhra, police said.

         Two arrested for killing mother in Tripura    
AGARTALA: Police arrested two sons of a middle-aged lady, who was murdered about one and half months ago in high security zone of the city, following instructions of CID. Police said CID officials after detailed investigation ascertained that both the sons Dipjoy Saha and Bitanjoy Saha were involved in the murder.

         Tripura man convicted for torturing wife    
AGARTALA: Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate (SDJM) Kanchanpur in North Tripura has sentenced a 30-year-old man to one year imprisonment and slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on him for torturing his wife.

         Peace prevails in Varanasi after violence    
VARANASI: Peace prevailed in the temple city of Varanasi, the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tuesday after yesterday's violence during an' Ananya Pratikar Yatra' which left over 24 people injured. The district authorities were forced to clamp curfew in four police station areas but it was immediately lifted after two hours last evening.

         UP govt sends report to Centre on Dadri lynching    
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh government has sent a report on the Dadri lynching case to the Centre. Fifty-year-old Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched to death while his son Danish was critically injured in the attack by a mob at Bisada village on September 28 night over the rumour that he had consumed beef.

         Film Actor Shivraj Kumar suffers heart attack    
Bengaluru: Noted Kannada Film Actor Shivraj Kumar wa sadmitted to Mallya Hospital here Tuesday following a heart attack. Mallya Hospital President, Dr Diwakar Bhat, told newsmen Shivraj Kumar underwent Angiogram and was recovering. "He is perfectly alright and may be discharged in a couple of days." he said.

         PM Modi woos foreign investors, hopes for GST roll out    
BENGALURU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday said India is a "bright spot" in global economic slowdown and assured foreign investors of favourable business conditions, including strong intellectual property rights protection.

         Indrani to soon give statement to police: Doctor    
MUMBAI: Former media magnate Indrani Mukherjea, prime accused in the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora, is conscious and will soon give her statement to police officials, a senior doctor said Tuesday.

         Dadri like incidents hurt country's image: Jaitley    
NEW YORK: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has condemned the lynching of a man over beef eating rumour in UP, saying such incidents hurt the country's image.

         Call centre employee gang-raped    
BENGALURU: A call centre woman employee was allegedly gang-raped by two men in South-East Bengaluru. "A woman in her twenties, an employee with a call centre here, was gang-raped on the night of October 3 by two persons in South-East Bengaluru," City Police Commissioner N S Megharikh told reporters here.

         NDA to ban cow slaughter in Bihar if it wins: Sushil Modi    
PATNA: Latching on to the RJD supremo Lalu Prasad's controversial remarks that the 'Hindus too eat beef', senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today promised to frame a legislation to ban cow slaughter in the state if NDA comes to power in Bihar Assembly elections.

         Take strict action against anyone disrupting peace: Centre    
NEW DELHI: Expressing concern over incidents having communal overtones, including the Dadri incident, the union home ministry on Monday directed state governments to act strictly against elements seeking to exploit religious sentiments.

         Sneezing monkey among 200 new species discovered in Himalayas    
THIMPU: A snub-nosed monkey that sneezes when it rains, a walking fish and a jewel-like snake are among more than 200 new species discovered in the fragile eastern Himalayas, according to a new report by WWF.

         Modi, Merkel talk ways to boost trade, 18 MoUs inked    
NEW DELHI: India and Germany Monday agreed to enhance ties in key areas of defence manufacturing, trade, intelligence and clean energy during wide-ranging talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel here after which 18 MoUs were inked.

         SC rejects Somnath Bharti's bail plea    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the bail plea of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Somnath Bharti, who has been accused of domestic violence and attempt to murder by his wife Lipika Mitra, and directed him to approach a lower court.

         Toddler rescued from borewell in Dausa    
DAUSA: A two-and-a-half-year-old girl, who fell into a borewell while she was playing near her house at Biharipura village in Rajasthan's Dausa district, was rescued here early Monday morning.

         SC suspends beef ban in Jammu for two months    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday suspended for two months a controversial court order for enforcing ban on the sale of beef in Jammu and Kashmir while asking the Chief Justice of J-K High Court to set up a three-judge bench to decide on two conflicting orders on the issue.

         Synthetic milk unit unearthed, six held    
SAMBHAL (UP): A synthetic milk unit has been unearthed in Nakhasa area in the district and six persons were arrested in this connection, a senior police officer said here Monday.

         Murder convict dies in jail    
BADAUN (UP): A man convicted in a murder case died at the district hospital after complaining of abdominal pain, triggering protests by his family members who demanded an inquiry into his death.

         Three jawans, militant killed in two encounters in Kashmir    
SRINAGAR: Three jawans and a militant were Monday killed in two separate encounters between security forces and terrorists in Kupwara district in Kashmir Valley.

         Mamata leaves for Bhutan on 5-day tour    
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Monday left for five-day visit to Bhutan, where she will hold talks with the leadership and attend a business conclave.

         'I was the victim of fraud’, says Jethmalani    
PATNA: Under fire from the grand secular alliance for his failure to bring back black money stashed abroad, senior Supreme Court lawyer and Rajya Sabha member Ram Jethmalani Sunday said he had become a "victim of fraud" by playing into the hands of Narendra Modi and Arun Jaitley.

         Akhilesh meets Dadri victim family, promises justice    
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Sunday met the family of the man lynched in Dadri over rumour that he had eaten beef, assuring them of justice and dismissed criticism of his government with the assertion that his party will never do politics over such incident.

         Three GNLA militants held in Assam    
GOALPARA (ASSAM): Three suspected militants of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) were arrested from a forest area under Krishnai police station by security forces on Sunday.

         Condition of Indrani is stable    
MUMBAI: The Condition of Indrani Mukherjea, a prime accused in high profile, Sheena Bora murder case is stable, T P Lahane dean of J J Hospital said Sunday.

         Scribe shot dead in UP    
CHANDAULI (UP): A local scribe was shot dead by motorcycle-borne miscreants in Dheena area, police said Sunday. Hemant Yadav (45) who worked with a news channel was shot by bike-borne miscreants last night, Superintendent of police Amit Verma said.

         Dadri lynching: Home guard detained for questioning    
GREATER NOIDA: A home guard constable has been detained for questioning in connection with the mob attack in a Dadri village that left a man dead over cow slaughter rumours as tension continued to prevail in the area today with locals resisting the entry of visitors.

         Don't give political colour to Dadri incident: Rajnath    
NEW DELHI: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Sunday termed the lynching of a man in Dadri over rumour of eating beef eating as "unfortunate" and said it should not be given any "communal colour".

         Rs 62 lakh looted from three ATMs in Muzaffarnagar    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: Unidentified miscreants allegedly looted Rs 62 lakh from three ATMs here by tampering with them, police said. The money was stolen from two ATMs of HDFC bank and one ATM of the Axis Bank in the city on September 25 and the incident came to light yesterday, they said.

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