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       HEADLINES: Three killed in car-traveller collision                                              CPM, BJP activists killed in Kasargod and Thrissur                                              Kodiyeri seeks judicial probe in Fort Kochi accident                                              CPM, BJP unleashing violence in state, says Chennithala                                              Pinarayi alleges Chandy-RSS nexus                                              18 jawans injured in explosion in Army camp                                              Patel quota stir: Gujarat limps back to normalcy; curfew lifted                                              Sheena murder: Villager helps locate spot where body was buried                                              '108' ambulance scam: Case against four including son of Vayalar Ravi                                              Sonia to address rally in Bihar, Rahul to give it a miss                                              Al Jazeera journalists jailed for three years in Egypt                                              Turkish man 'likely involved' with Bangkok bombing arrested                                              US to provide attack helicopters to Pakistan: Report                                              Pakistan bans Islamic State militant group                                              Indian women hockey team qualifies for Olympics after 36 years                                              Women relay team, race walkers disappoint in Athletics Worlds                                              Pujara half century takes India to 119/4 at lunch on Day 2                                              Indian women hockey team qualifies for Olympics after 36 years                                              Rain stops play in 3rd Test as ton-up Pujara stays firm                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       INDIA  
         Quota row: 9 policemen booked in alleged custodial death    
 
 
AHMEDABAD: After the Gujarat High ordered a CID probe, nine policemen including two inspectors and a sub-inspector have been booked for the alleged custodial death of a 32-year-old man detained during Patel quota agitation.

 
         Raksha Bandhan celebrated with great fervour    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Amid traditional fervour and gaiety, the festival of 'Raksha Bandhan' that reaffirms the treasured brother-sister bond was today celebrated across the country.

 
         Shiv Sena to award Hindu families having five kids    
 
 
AGRA: The Agra unit of the Shiv Sena has announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh for every Hindu family which has five children. Concerned over the falling growth of Hindu population in the recent census figures, the Sena unit has introduced the reward system, District Chief of the Shiv Sena, Veenu Lavania said yesterday.

 
         Shutdown over special status hits life in Andhra    
 
VIJAYAWADA: Normal life was hit on Saturday by the day-long shutdown called by the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) to protest the delay in according special status to Andhra Pradesh.

 
         Sonia to address rally in Bihar, Rahul to give it a miss    
 
 
PATNA: Congress president Sonia Gandhi will address a first joint rally of the grand "secular" alliance in Bihar tomorrow though Rahul is likely to give it a miss.

 
         '108' ambulance scam: Case against four including son of Vayalar Ravi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The CBI has taken over probe in the ambulance scam of Rajasthan in which it re-registered FIR of the state police naming former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, ex-Union Minister Sachin Pilot, Karthi Chidambaram, Ravi Krishna among others as accused.

 
         Sheena murder: Villager helps locate spot where body was buried    
 
MUMBAI: The Mumbai police team, probing the mysterious Sheena Bora murder, have a lot to thank Ganesh Dhene, a village official in Pen tehsil of Raigad district, for helping them locate the spot where Sheena was allegedly buried in 2012.

 
         Patel quota stir: Gujarat limps back to normalcy; curfew lifted    
 
 
AHMEDABAD: Normalcy is gradually returning to Gujarat where authorities Saturday lifted curfew from all affected parts of the state as no major incident of violence was reported for two days after the Patel quota agitation turned violent early this week.

 
         Sheena murder: Focus now on forensic report of skeletal remains    
 
 
MUMBAI: The focus in the high-profile Sheena Bora murder case has now shifted to the forensic analysis of the skeletal remains found in Raigad district where her body was allegedly dumped three years ago.

 
         Girl gang raped by two youths in Chandigarh    
 
BAGPATH (UP): A17-year-old girl, who was kidnapped from Lampees area here, was allegedly gang raped by two youths in Chandigarh.

 
         OROP stir: Another army veteran hospitalised    
 
NEW DELHI: A retired army havildar who was on a relay hunger strike as part of agitation by veterans for early implementation of 'One Rank One Pension' was Saturday rushed to the Army hospital after his health deteriorated.

 
         Two NDFB(S) ultras killed in encounter    
 
GUWAHATI: Two NDFB (S) cadre, wanted in connection with the massacre of Adivasis, were Saturday killed in an encounter with a joint team of Assam Police and Army.

 
         Locals manhandle policemen, set afire police outpost    
 
DEORIA: Locals assaulted a policeman and torched a police outpost in protest against death of a youth due to a road accident in Rampur Karkhana area, near Maduwahdeeh village, police said here Saturday.

 
         Courier van driver killed, over 7 kg gold looted in UP    
 
 
UNNAO (UP): A driver of a courier van was killed and a security guard injured by unidentified armed miscreants who looted gold worth crores of rupees from the vehicle on the Lucknow-Kanpur National Highway here, police said Saturday.

 
         Miscreants steal cash box of a Gurdwara in Pathankot    
 
PATHANKOT: Some unidentified persons uprooted the cash box (Golak) of Gurdwara Singh Sabha from Gharota area here, police said Saturday.

 
         Woman kills daughter, commits suicide in UP    
 
BAREILLY (UP): A woman allegedly hanged her five-year-old daughter to death before committing suicide over some family dispute in Fatehganj Purvi area here.

 
         18 jawans injured in explosion in Army camp    
 
 
SRINAGAR: At least 18 army jawans were injured in an explosion at an army camp Saturday in south Kashmir's Pulwama district. "As many as 18 army jawans have been injured in an explosion at army's Corps Battle School (CBS) at Khrew in Awantipora area of Pulwama," Defence spokesman Col N N Joshi told reporters.

 
         Sheena was strangled to death by Indrani's ex-husband: Reports    
 
 
MUMBAI: Indrani Mukerjea's driver, an accused in Sheena Bora's murder, has revealed to the Mumbai Police that the victim was strangled to death by her mother's ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna.

 
         Indian babysitter gets 14 years jail term over child's death in US    
 
 
MILFORD: An Indian national who had worked as a baby sitter in Connecticut was sentenced to 14 years in U.S. federal prison for the death of a 19-month-old boy in her care last year.

 
         Pak targets civilian areas in Jammu, two killed    
 
 
JAMMU: Two persons was killed and 16 others injured when Pakistani Rangers heavily shelled civilian areas and Army posts along the International Border in R S Pura and Arnia sectors of Jammu district today, drawing retaliation from the BSF.

 
         India briefs Australia about Pak-sponsored terrorism    
 
 
NEW DELHI: India Thursday apprised Australia about Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in the country, including the recent attack in Gurdaspur and arrest of a LeT terrorist in Udhampur.

 
         ISRO successfully launches GSAT-6 with home grown cryo engine    
 
 
SRIHARIKOTA (AP): India Thursday successfully launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-6, having an indigenous cryogenic engine, onboard the GSLV-D6 rocket from the spaceport here.

 
         Pak terrorist captured after encounter in Kashmir    
 
 
SRINAGAR: A Pakistani terrorist was Thursday captured alive while his four associates were killed in an overnight encounter with army in Kashmir, weeks after Naved from the Pakistan was nabbed in Udhampur.

 
         BJP says it wants to make Karnataka "Congress mukht"    
 
BENGALURU: Spurred by its latest success in city civic polls, BJP Thursday said it is targeting dislodging the "dysfunctional and corrupt" Congress government in the state ultimately to make Karnataka "Congress mukht".

 
         Car buyers in Agra need to own garage, before owning car    
 
AGRA: All car buyers in Agra will have to furnish proof of owning a garage or a slot in a parking area in order to get their vehicles registered.

 
         Haryana Jats to launch agitation for reservation    
 
CHANDIGARH: Backing the Patel community's demand for reservation in Gujarat, Jats in Haryana Thursday threatened to launch an agitation in the state to press for their demand of OBC quota.

 
         Swaraj raises issues faced by Indian students in Germany    
 
 
BERLIN: India has raised with Germany problems like residency status, renewal of visa and accommodation faced by Indian students in the country as both sides discussed new initiatives to ramp up cooperation in the area of education.

 
         Modi government releases list of 98 smart cities    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Modi government today released a list of 98 cities which are going to be developed into smart cities. Among the 98 cities, 24 are state capitals.

 
         Cal HC former judge Bhagabati Prosad Banerjee dies    
 
KOLKATA: Justice (Retd) Bhagabati Prosad Banerjee, who as Calcutta High Court judge had fixed decibel level for use of loudspeakers and crackers in an historic order, died in a hospital here Thursday.

 
         Two anti-militancy operations continue in n- Kashmir    
 
SRINAGAR: The two anti-militancy operations in north Kashmir entered the second day Thursday but no fresh casualties have been reported so far, army said.

 
 
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