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       HEADLINES: Milk price may be hiked by Rs 2                                              Shivpal finds place in Akhilesh Yadav's first list                                              Stalin, Kanimozhi among DMK leaders held; protesters stay put                                              Air India removes 57 over-weight crew members from flying duty                                              Hizbul Mujahideen warns people against participating in R-Day                                              New legislation to tighten H1B visas to foreign techies                                              Pak asks India, WB to inform it of all future hydel projects                                              Saina, Jayaram reach quarterfinals in Malaysia Masters                                              Probably one of my best innings, says Yuvraj Singh                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Police seizes liquor being smuggled to Uttar Pradesh    
NEW DELHI: Huge quantity of illicit liquor, allegedly being smuggled from Haryana to poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, seized at Apsara border in trans-Yamuna area of the city and one person has been arrested, police said Friday.

         SC frees man who spent 7-yr in jail in murder case    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has acquitted a man, who was in jail for about seven years, of murder charges saying "vicarious liability" of common intention under the IPC would not be attracted to hold him liable for the offence as the other three co-accused have already been freed.

         Working to reduce transaction cost on online payments: RBI to PAC    
NEW DELHI: RBI Friday informed a parliamentary panel that it is working on a mechanism to bring down transaction cost on online payments even as the meeting was stalled for a while as BJP members protested Chairman K V Thomas' statement on demonetisation.

         Hizbul Mujahideen warns people against participating in R-Day    
SRINAGAR: Terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen has warned people against participating in the official functions on Republic Day and challenged Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and other politicians to "stay without security" for 15 minutes at their homes or native places.

         Air India removes 57 over-weight crew members from flying duty    
NEW DELHI: Cracking the whip on its over-weight cabin staff, the government-owned Air India has temporarily taken off 57 crew members from flying and put them on ground duty.

         TN govt's proposals on Jallikattu sent to Home Ministry for final decision    
NEW DELHI: The Environment Ministry on Friday gave its observations to the proposal sent by the Tamil Nadu government for lifting of the ban on bull-taming sport Jallikatu and returned it to the Home Ministry for final decision.

         Stalin, Kanimozhi among DMK leaders held; protesters stay put    
CHENNAI: Scores of DMK workers, including party's working secretary M K Stalin were Friday detained for staging rail roko on Jallikattu issue, even as protesters stayed put at Marina beach here and elsewhere in Tamil Nadu notwithstanding the Chief Minister's assurance that an ordinance for conduct of the sport will be issued soon.

         Cannot direct Centre, TN to frame spl law on jallikattu: HC    
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court today dismissed a PIL seeking enactment of a special law with conditions by the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government for holding jallikattu, saying it cannot issue such a direction.

         Shivpal finds place in Akhilesh Yadav's first list    
LUCKNOW: Shivpal Yadav, the warring uncle of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, along with controversial UP minister Azam Khan has made it to the first list of 191 Samajwadi Party candidates released Frid for the Assembly elections. The ruling party's first list of candidates covers the first three phases of the seven-phase polling beginning on February 11.

         SC not to pass Jallikattu verdict for a week    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday agreed not to pass judgement for a week on the Jallikattu issue while taking into account the Centre's submission that they were in talks with Tamil Nadu to find a way out in the matter.

         TN to issue ordinance to ensure conduct of Jallikattu    
NEW DELHI: In a bid to defuse the swelling street protests, Tamil Nadu government Friday said it will issue an ordinance to ensure the conduct of Jallikattu sport in a day or two and has submitted a draft of it to the Union Home Ministry.

         LG instructs Traffic Police to decongest city's roads    
NEW DELHI: Instructing Delhi Traffic Police and other stake holders to decongest the city's roads, Lt Governor Anil Baijal Thursday ordered setting up of special task force for intelligent traffic management system in the capital and also emphasised on new uniform parking policy.

         HC asks UP govt on steps taken on Kairana exodus    
ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad High Court Thursday sought to know from the Uttar Pradesh government what steps have been taken to ensure the safety and security of Hindus in Kairana, whose alleged exodus following extortion threats and violent attacks by local musclemen, led to a political controversy.

         Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma new CBI chief    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma was Thursday appointed Director of CBI, country's premier probe agency.

         Mechanic arrested for killing criminal    
NEW DELHI: A mechanic has been arrested for allegedly killing a local criminal in Prasad Nagar area of central Delhi who had humiliated him by tying him to a tree and pissing on him, police said Thursday.

         Forest ranger, constable shot at by poachers    
JAIPUR: A forest ranger and a home guard were shot at allegedly by unidentified poachers in Malakheda police station area in Alwar district, police said.

         Not seeking NSG berth as gift but on non-proliferation record: India    
NEW DELHI: India Thursday hit back at China for its statement that Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership can't be a "farewell gift", saying it was not seeking the membership to the 48-nation grouping as gift but instead based on its non-proliferation record.

         Converted Hindus, engineers among 52 ISIS terrorists held by NIA    
NEW DELHI: Hindus and Christians converted to Islam besides Muslims were among 52 people arrested for allegedly being ISIS terrorists, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said today, adding they included engineers and post-graduates.

         LCA Tejas to take maiden R-Day flight    
NEW DELHI: After a gap of about two decades, an indigenously developed aircraft will take to the skies on Republic Day with LCA Tejas joining the fleet of 35 aircraft that will be part of an aerial display.

         NIA says LeT behind Uri, Handwara attacks    
NEW DELHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) Thursday claimed that terror attacks at army installations in Uri and Handwara in Jammu and Kashmir were carried out by Pakistan-based outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

         Divorce granted by church court can't override law: SC    
NEW DELHI: Divorce granted by ecclesiastical tribunal under Christian personal law are not valid as it cannot override the law, the Supreme Court said today as it rejected a PIL that sought according legal sanction to such separations granted by the Church Court.

         SP not to ally with RLD, tie-up only with Congress in UP    
LUCKNOW: Hopes of a 'maha gathbandhan' against the BJP in Uttar Pradesh were Thursday dashed with the Samajwadi Party ruling out any alliance with the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), but asserting a tie-up with the Congress.

         Jallikattu matter is subjudice: Modi tells TN CM    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday virtually indicated his government's inability to promulgate an ordinance on allowing Jallikattu noting that the matter is subjudice as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam met him here seeking Centre's intervention.

         Respect our territorial sovereignty, India tells China    
NEW DELHI: In the midst of growing unease in their ties, India on Wednesday asked China to respect its territorial sovereignty and said its ascent should not be seen as a threat to China's rise.

         Govt gives nod for listing five general insurance PSUs    
NEW DELHI: The listing of five state-owned general insurance companies was approved by the government Wednesday to encourage them to raise funds from capital markets as also improve corporate governance.

         Sushil Kumar Shinde, 130 Cong workers detained    
AHMEDABAD: Former Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki along with nearly 130 party workers were detained by police for trying to lock down the RBI's regional headquarters here while protesting against demonetization.

         Dec 16 gang rape: Two convicts shifted to separate cell    
NEW DELHI: Two of the four death row convicts in the December 16 gangrape and murder case have been shifted to a separate cell in Tihar Jail after they alleged threat from a co-prisoner, prison authorities told a Delhi court today.

         Sidhu files nomination from Amritsar East    
AMRITSAR: Two days after joining the Congress, cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu filed his nomination from Amritsar East seat on Wednesday.

         British Foreign Secretary to hold talks with Modi    
NEW DELHI: Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who is to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, has described the UK and India as "natural partners".

         Madras HC refuses to 'interfere' on jallikattu protests at Marina    
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court Wednesday refused to interfere on the protests held by youths and students on the Marina beach front in the city on the Jallikattu issue, holding that the Supreme Court was seized of the matter.

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