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       HEADLINES: Oppn disrupts proceedings on second day, assembly adjourned                                              Three students injured as teacher’s car hits them                                              Rahul has assured LDF’s victory in Assembly election: Pinarayi                                              K M Mani thanks opposition                                              No slump in in flow of tourists in Kerala: Anil Kumar                                              Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition                                              Oppn carrying out campaign of lies against AIADMK: Jaya                                              Rahul asks whether there is any truth in allegations levelled                                              Condition of soldier remains critical: Army hospital                                              JNU orders inquiry into holding of Afzal guru event despite no permission                                              Sanders defeats Clinton, Trump wins in New Hampshire                                              Rehman Malik rubbishes Headley's testimony                                              S Africa outcry over Zuma's ties with Indian-origin biz barons                                              Ban Ki moon warns against ISIS spread in South Asia                                              Defeat was a very, very good wake-up call: Gavaskar                                              No country should feel insecure playing in India: Thakur                                              India will be toughest to beat in World Twenty20: Watson                                              Indian tennis players bag three gold                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         JNU orders inquiry into holding of Afzal guru event despite no permission    
 
 
NEW DELHI: JNU administration today ordered a "discplinary" inquiry into holding of an event on campus against the hanging of Afzal Guru despite cancellation of permission, as protests by members of ABVP rocked the university demanding expulsion of the student organisers.

 
         Bollywood film 'Neerja' banned in Pakistan    
 
 
KARACHI: Sonam Kapoor-starrer "Neerja", based on real incidents during the hijacking of the Pan Am Flight 73 at the Karachi airport in 1986, has been banned in Pakistan allegedly for showing the country in poor light.

 
         Ex-navy man offers to donate any organ for Siachen survivor    
 
MUMBAI: Indian Navy's ex-sailor S S Raju has expressed his willingness to donate any organ of his body to save the life of fellow-brother and Siachen miracle survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad, currently battling for life in an army hospital in New Delhi.

 
         Army officer goes missing from train    
 
NEW DELHI: An Indian Army officer, Capt Shikhar Deep has gone missing while travelling by Delhi-bound train from Katihar of Bihar. Captain Sikhardeep (24), posted in Jammu and Kashmir was coming to New Delhi from Katihar by Mahananda Express on February 6 but did not reach his destination, a statement issued by the Army said.

 
         Condition of soldier remains critical: Army hospital    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad of 19 Madras regiment, who was rescued alive six days after being buried under tonnes of ice in Siachen Glacier, remains very critical, the army said Wednesday.

 
         Rahul asks whether there is any truth in allegations levelled    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It is heard that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi enquired about the allegations levelled against the chief minister and some ministers in the solar and bar cases.

 
         Security beefed up at IGI after threat call    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Security agencies Wednesday went into a tizzy after the call centre at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here received an anonymous call about the presence of a terrorist.

 
         Elephant kills farmer in TN    
 
ERODE: A farmer was trampled to death by a wild elephant in Thalavadi forest area in this district, police said Wednesday.

 
         Oppn carrying out campaign of lies against AIADMK: Jaya    
 
 
CHENNAI: Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Wednesday lashed out at the opposition for carrying out a "campaign of lies" against AIADMK and the government, alleging that their aim was to criticize as they were unable to digest state's progress.

 
         Woman kills self; asks beau in video to bring bangles, kumkum    
 
 
HYDERABAD: A 30-year-old teacher at a private college in Nellore district allegedly hanged herself at her residence after making a selfie video in which she entreated her beau to visit her “after death”, police said on Wednesday.

 
         Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition    
 
 
MUMBAI: The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference.

 
         Another leopard spotted around Bengaluru School    
 
 
BENGALURU: Two days after a leopard entered a private school near Varthur here, another one was spotted in the same school yesterday. "I have confirmation of one leopard being spotted, but people residing in the area are saying they have spotted two in and around Vibgyor School," a forest official said.

 
         Over 2 crore cases pending in lower courts: Govt data    
 
NEW DELHI: Over two crore cases are pending in the country's lower courts, out of which over 41 per cent are less than two-year-old while over 10 per cent are pending for over a decade, a Law Ministry data says.

 
         Maintain sanctity of Constitution: Prez to Governors    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Amidst controversies over the role of Governors, President Pranab Mukherjee today said all those who hold Constitutional positions should maintain sanctity of the Constitution.

 
         Goat taken into custody for criminal trespass, freed later    
 
 
RAIPUR: Incredible as it may sound, a goat was taken into custody by police in Chattisgarh on a trespass complaint. The goat, which was accused of being a 'repeat offender', was released later but its owner was not lucky. Abdul Hasan (40) was arrested after his goat allegedly ventured into the garden of a judge’s bungalow in Korea district, police said today, as the incident gave fodder to the opposition Congress to slam the state police.

 
         15 tourists stung by honey bees at Konark Sun Temple    
 
BHUBANESWAR: At least 15 tourists, including four foreigners, were injured after being stung by a swarm of honey bees at the Konark Sun Temple premises in Odisha on Tuesday, officials said.

 
         Hanamanthappa in coma, next 48 hours critical    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Lance Naik Hanamanthappa is currently comatose and continues to be in shock with low blood pressure, says R R Hospital's first medical bulletin.

 
         Pak approves Hindu Marriage Bill after decades of inaction    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: After decades of delay and inaction, the Hindu minority community in Pakistan will soon have a marriage law as a parliamentary panel has unanimously approved the Hindu Marriage Bill.

 
         Swaraj leads all-party delegation to Koirala's funeral    
 
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Tuesday led an all-party delegation to Nepal for funeral of former Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, who passed away early in the day.

 
         Rijiju's chopper makes emergency landing    
 
NEW DELHI: A chopper carrying Union Minister Kiren Rijiju and a BJP MP Tuesday made an emergency landing at Hindon airbase near here following engine trouble after being airborne for nearly 20 minutes.

 
         Three alleged ISIS sympathisers sent to 10 days' custody    
 
NEW DELHI: Three terror suspects, who were recently deported from UAE for their alleged ISIS links and for conspiring to carry out terror strikes in India and other countries, were Tuesday remanded to 10 days' NIA custody by a Delhi court.

 
         Doctor who shot his partner commits suicide    
 
 
HYDERABAD: A doctor, accused of opening fire on his business partner over a dispute, committed suicide with the same weapon hours after the attack, police said Tuesday.

 
         LeT planned to attack defence scientists at Taj Hotel: Headley    
 
 
MUMBAI: Testifying before a Mumbai court for the second day Tuesday, Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley said LeT had planned to attack Indian defence scientists at the Taj Mahal Hotel here and that he was asked by Pakistan's ISI to recruit Indian army men to spy for them.

 
         Soldier found alive under Siachen glacier    
 
 
JAMMU: An army jawan who was buried under 25 feet of snow following an avalanche in the Siachen glacier was miraculously found alive in critical condition after six days of rescue efforts.

 
         Body of one of 10 soldiers recovered from Siachen    
 
 
SRINAGAR: Army today recovered body of one of the 10 soldiers who died in an avalanche in Siachen Glacier six days back and efforts to locate the mortal remains of the rest continue, defence spokesman said here.

 
         Trai upholds Net Neutrality, blocks Facebook's Free Basics    
 
 
NEW DELHI: In a boost to net neutrality and a blow to Facebook and other operators offering differential data tariffs, telecom regulator Trai today barred them from charging discriminatory prices for web access.

 
         Indians taken hostage by ISIS in Mosul are alive: Swaraj    
 
 
DELHI: Indians taken hostage by ISIS more than one-and-a-half-years ago from Mosul in Iraq were alive, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told their families here Monday, based on her recent meetings with Arab and Palestinian leaders who indicated to this effect.

 
         High speed Spanish train to undertake trial run on Delhi-Mumbai route    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Trains manufactured by Spanish firm Talgo may soon undertake trial runs at speeds between 160 and 200 kmph on the existing tracks on the Delhi-Mumbai route. Depending upon the results of the trial runs, the railways will consider introduction of high-speed trains on other routes too, a senior Railway Ministry official said.

 
         Shamli incident: UP Police arrests three persons    
 
SHAMLI: The Uttar Pradesh Police on Monday detained three persons in connection with the death of an eight-year-old boy in a celebratory firing in Shamli.

 
         IAS-IPS couple awaits Prime Minister's nod to stay together    
 
 
NEW DELHI: With an IAS-IPS couple unable to get transfer to the cadre of their spouse as it would mean being posted in their native state, a piquant situation has arisen exposing the "gaps" in the existing policy.

 
 
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