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       HEADLINES: CBI finds irregularities worth crore in Cashew Development Corporation                                              Three held in manhole death case                                              Body of woman recovered                                              Vellapally moots recruitment through PSC                                              Anju Boby George to be Sports Council president                                              PM invites Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh for tea                                              PM invited Sonia, Manmohan under 'public pressure': Rahul                                              Govt cites Hitler's actions to target Cong over Emergency                                              PoK is part of Pakistan, J-K will remain part of India: Farooq                                              Modi discusses GST bill with Manmohan, Sonia                                              US knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin                                              White House on lockdown after man jumps fence                                              IS claims attack on Shia mosque in Bangladesh: SITE                                              NZ win toss, bat first in maiden day-night test                                              Sindhu seizes semifinal spot at Macau Open                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Video clip showing VHP workers kicking cow goes viral    
LUCKNOW: A video clip, purportedly showing some VHP workers kicking a cow during immersion of ashes of Ashok Singhal here, went viral on social media platforms today, after which the Hindutva outfit said action would be taken if any of its members was involved in the act.

         Modi discusses GST bill with Manmohan, Sonia    
NEW DELHI: Modi discusses GST bill with Manmohan, SoniaHopes of a thaw on the GST bill emerged tonight with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaching out to the Congress leadership, which will discuss within the party the government's response to its three objections on the measure.

         ED summons Himachal Chief Minister in money laundering case    
NEW DELHI: Enforcement Directorate has issued summons to Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh in connection with its probe against him and his associates for alleged money laundering.

         Farooq defends Aamir, says his statement was distorted    
JAMMU: National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah today came out in defence of actor Aamir Khan, saying the controversy surrounding him was a "propaganda" and the actor never said that he wanted to leave the country.

         Amarinder new Pb Cong chief; Soni to lead campaign panel for 2017 polls    
NEW DELHI: Former chief minister Amarinder Singh has been appointed as the new Punjab Congress president, replacing Pratap Singh Bajwa, whose resignation was accepted by party president Sonia Gandhi yesterday.

         Relief for Sadananda Gowda in plot case    
NEW DELHI: In a relief to Law Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda, the Supreme Court on Friday set aside the Karnataka High Court verdict directing the Bangalore Development Authority to take back the possession of a residential plot allotted to him.

         TN rains: Death toll mounts to 184, more rains expected    
CHENNAI: A new low pressure over south east Bay of Bengal was expected to bring more rains to Tamil Nadu, where eight more persons were killed in rain-related incidents taking the death toll 184.

         Sena backs Rajnath, says Cong indulging in 'dirty politics'    
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena today backed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's remarks that secularism was the "most misused" term and hit out at Congress alleging that it effected constitutional amendments to suit its "dirty politics".

         PoK is part of Pakistan, J-K will remain part of India: Farooq    
JAMMU: Former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah today said "PoK is part of Pakistan" and will remain with it while India will continue to control its part of Jammu and Kashmir and claimed that former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee had proposed this to the then President Pervez Musharraf.

         Govt cites Hitler's actions to target Cong over Emergency    
NEW DELHI: Under fire over 'intolerance' issue, Government today cited Hitler's actions in Germany in 1930s to target Congress in Rajya Sabha for imposing Emergency by "subverting" the Constitution and said "dictatorship was at its worst" as even right to life and liberty was suspended.

         India first is only religion, Constitution only holy book: PM    
NEW DELHI: Facing attack over 'intolerance', Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said 'India first' is the only religion of his government and Constitution is the only holy book while asserting his commitment to work for the welfare of people of all sections and religions.

         PM invited Sonia, Manmohan under 'public pressure': Rahul    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited Congress President Sonia Gandhi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for discussions on GST under "public pressure", Rahul Gandhi said Friday.

         Arrested AAP legislator gets bail    
NEW DELHI: A court on Friday granted bail to AAP legislator Akhilesh Tripathi, who was remanded in judicial custody a day earlier over a 2013 rioting case.

         Younger sister of Atal Bihari Vajpayee dies    
AGRA: Kamla Dixit, younger sister of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, died here late last night following a prolonged illness. She was around 87 yrs and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

         PM invites Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh for tea    
NEW DELHI: Reaching out to main opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh for tea this evening during which issues like GST may come up.

         Sheena murder:Peter,Indrani siphoned off funds from 9X media, alleges CBI    
MUMBAI: Closing in on the financial trail in the Sheena Bora murder case, CBI today told a court that former media baron Peter Mukerjea and his wife Indrani allegedly siphoned off funds to the tune of Rs 900 crore from their company 9X Media through a layer of nine companies.

         Constitution's ideals, principles under threat: Sonia    
NEW DELHI: Congress President Sonia Gandhi Thursday targeted the government on issue of intolerance alleging that ideals and principles of the Constitution were under threat and being attacked deliberately.

         Nitish announces liquor ban in Bihar from April 1    
PATNA: Bihar will go dry from April 1, 2016, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced on Thursday. The chief minister made the announcement -- a part of his election pledge -- at an official function to mark Prohibition Day here.

         Air traffic resumes at Srinagar airport    
SRINAGAR: In a relief for stranded passengers, air traffic to and fro Srinagar International Airport resumed Thursday after remaining suspended for the last three days due to foggy conditions.

         Army jawan shoots himself dead    
INDORE: A debt-ridden army jawan shot himself dead with his service rifle at an infantry school in Mhow cantonment, some 40 kms from here, police said Thursday.

         Govt attacks Congress on secularism    
NEW DELHI: The government Thursday launched a scathing attack on Congress on the issue of secularism saying it was the "most misused" term in the country which has led to tension in the society.

         AP eyes completion of eight irrigation projects in 2 years    
HYDERABAD: , Nov 26 (PTI) The Andhra Pradesh government is aiming to complete about eight small or medium irrigation projects at an estimated expenditure of Rs 15,000 crore over the next two years, a senior official said Thursday.

         Myanmarese woman held with heroin in Mizoram    
AIZAWL: A 43-year-old Myanmarese woman was arrested here with 109 grams of heroin worth around Rs 3.5 lakh in the local market, Mizoram Excise and Narcotics Department said Thursday.

         Chouhan pays tributes to victims of 26/11 terror attack    
BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today paid tributes to those who had lost their lives in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.

         Google celebrates Verghese Kurien's 94th birthday    
NEW DELHI: Google is celebrating Verghese Kurien’s 94th birth anniversary with its doodle. The doodle shows the white revolution with milk can in the hands of the popular social entrepreneur, along with a cow standing nearby.

         Shiv Sena blasts Pawar for backing Aamir Khan    
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena Thursday lambasted Sharad Pawar for defending actor Aamir Khan over his intolerance remarks, saying the NCP chief has lost connect with the sentiments of the people.

         Sri Lankan navy arrests 20 fishermen    
RAMESWARAM (TN): Twenty fishermen were arrested by Sri Lankan naval personnel on charges of allegedly violating the International Maritime Boundary Line Thursday morning.

         Debate and discussion soul of Parliament, says Modi    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he expected Parliament to shine with best thoughts, best discussions and best innovative ideas during the Winter session.

         Overpriced med devices: Govt asks cos to submit MRP details    
NEW DELHI: Amidst reports of rising prices of medical devices including stents, the Government has asked the companies to review their pricing and submit maximum retail price (MRP) details of their products to drug price regulator NPPA.

         TAPI pipeline project to start in December    
ISLAMABAD: The construction of TAPI gas pipeline project involving Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India will start from December 13, an official said.

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