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       HEADLINES: Robbery in Kozhikode in the name of Maoists                                              Woman hacks son for creating nuisance                                              Black money at Kayamkulam transport depot: Two suspended                                              Man commits suicide after killing daughter                                              Wadakkancherry gang-rape: Probe under court’s supervision                                              Naidu-led panel on note ban to meet on Dec 7 & 8                                              Tax dept finds Rs 1.64 cr in undisclosed income from Jan Dhan accounts                                              Overweight Tejas won't be deployed on aircraft carriers, says navy                                              China dismisses Trump-Taiwan call as 'small trick by Taiwan'                                              Police plane with 13 on board missing in Indonesia                                              Obama meets UN Secretary-General-designate Antonio Guterres                                              School sports meet: Bibin George bags first gold, record for Babitha                                              Sachin bats for two pitches in single Ranji game                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Govt employee dies in ATM queue    
HOOGHLY: A state government employee who was returning home in Kolkata from his place of posting died while standing in a queue in front of an ATM counter near Bandel station in Hooghly district Saturday.

         Magistrate can extend detention period upto 180 days: HC    
CHENNAI: The custody of a person accused of a crime under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act can be extended by a court up to 180 days, provided it is satisfied with the report of the public prosecutor indicating progress in the probe and finds other specific reasons, the Madras High Court has said.

         Mamata dubs Governor's statement as unfortunate    
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday dubbed Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi's statement that one should be careful while making any allegation against the Army as 'unfortunate' and said he was speaking in the "voice of Central Government".

         Poet, former MP Bekal Utsahi passes away    
NEW DELHI: Former Congress Rajya Sabha MP and renowned poet Bekal Utsahi passed away at a city hospital in the wee hours today following brain haemmorhage. He was admitted on December 1 at RML hospital following brain haemmorhage, said a doctor.

         Mutilated body found dumped in Delhi's Sangam Vihar    
NEW DELHI: In a gruesome incident, the mutilated body of a man was found dumped in southeast Delhi's Sangam Vihar area this morning, police said. The body had been cut into two parts. Ears and nose had been cut off from the body while the legs too were chopped off, said a senior police officer.

         17 injured as boiler explodes at pharma firm in Nagpur    
NAGPUR (MAHA): Seventeen workers were injured, nine of them seriously, when a boiler exploded in a private pharmaceutical company in Wanjri on the outskirts of the city tonight, police said. Most of the injured people sustained serious burn injuries due to the blast and were rushed to nearby hospitals, including state-run Mayo hospital, they said.

         Moderate intensity quake jolts Doda, no damage reported    
Bhaderwah (J&K): A moderate intensity earthquake shook some parts of Doda district in Jammu and Kashmir Saturday. The quake, measuring 4.3 on the Richter Scale, struck Bhaderwah, Doda and Gandoh areas of the district around 4:20 AM, MeT officials said.

         Overweight Tejas won't be deployed on aircraft carriers, says navy    
NEW DELHI: The navy has ruled out deploying indigenously built light combat aircraft Tejas on its aircraft carriers, saying it is "not being able to meet the requirements".

         Tax dept finds Rs 1.64 cr in undisclosed income from Jan Dhan accounts    
NEW DELHI: The Income Tax department has detected undisclosed monies of Rs 1.64 crore and other "inconsistencies" in its countrywide investigations into the sudden popping up of suspicious amounts in Jan Dhan accounts.

         Man who disclosed black money worth Rs 13,860 crore untraceable    
AHMEDABAD: City-based property dealer Mahesh Shah who had disclosed a whopping Rs 13,860 crore of unaccounted income under the Income Declaration Scheme (IDS) in October, has gone missing.

         Naidu-led panel on note ban to meet on Dec 7 & 8    
VIJAYAWADA: The committee of chief ministers and experts constituted by the Centre to look into the post-demonetization issues and suggest ways for a transformation into a digital economy, will formally meet in New Delhi on December 7 and 8.

         CBI Director Anil Sinha retires; Asthana takes charge    
NEW DELHI: CBI Director Anil Sinha Friday retired from the post handing over the baton to his second-in-command, Gujarat-cadre IPS officer Rakesh Asthana, as the government did not name any full-time chief.

         Ex-army man given bail in high profile sex racket case    
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court Friday granted bail to retired Colonel Ajay Ahlawat, who was arrested in a high profile sex-racket case allegedly involving government servants and women from Central Asian countries.

         Doctor dies after falling from apartment's second floor in MP    
BHOPAL: In a heart-rending incident, a doctor died after accidentally falling from second floor of his apartment in Jatkhedi area under Misrod Police Station limits, police said Friday.

         Cash crunch will ease by year end: Jaitley    
NEW DELHHI: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday that the cash crunch that followed the scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes would ease by December 30 with the release of new Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes.

         Militant killed in Anantnag wanted in many cases    
SRINAGAR: Police Friday claimed that the militant killed in an encounter in south Kashmir's Anantnag district yesterday was a history sheeter and had decamped with a rifle from a police station after which he fired towards an army patrol where he was killed in the exchange of firing.

         Modi prisoner of his own image, practicing TRP politics: Rahul    
NEW DELHI: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Friday launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of practicing TRP (Television Rating Point) politics and said the country has suffered damage due to his "vanity and incompetence".

         CoBRA jawan injured in face-off with Naxals in Sukma    
RAIPUR: A CoBRA jawan was Friday injured in an exchange of fire with Naxals in the dense forests of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Sukma district, police said.

         Bad weather hits flight operations; many delayed    
NEW DELHI: Several flights were affected at the airport here Friday, with many of them getting delayed and some being cancelled, as bad weather caused poor runway visibility conditions.

         Mamata stays put at secretariat, asks if it was army coup    
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee continued to stay put at the state secretariat Thursday protesting against army presence at toll plazas in several parts of the state and asked whether it was an "army coup".

         Cyclone Nada further weakens, making landfall in TN    
CHENNAI: Cyclonic storm Nada has further weakened into a depression as predicted and is currently making land fall between Nagapattinam and Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu, the MeT Department said Friday.

         Delhi Police seeks log details of Rahul's account from Twitter    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has begun a probe into the hacking of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's Twitter account and has sought log details of his account from the microblogging site.

         Elderly woman dies in Pratapgarh bank    
PRATAPGARH (UP): An elderly woman died in a bank here Thursday allegedly after she failed to withdraw money. Karmaita (80), who was standing in the queue of State Bank of India to withdraw her pension, fell unconscious and was rushed to the hospital, Deputy SP, SK Dixit said.

         Reliance Jio extends free voice, data offer till March 31    
MUMBAI: Amassing 52 million subscribers in less than three months, Reliance Jio chief Mukesh Ambani Thursday announced extension of free voice and data offer for existing and new consumers till March 31.

         No tax on ancestral jewellery, purchase from disclosed income    
NEW DELHI: Amendments to the IT laws do not seek to tax inherited gold and jewellery as also those items that are purchased through disclosed or agriculture income, the government said Thursday.

         Stormy start to Odisha Assembly Winter session    
BHUBANESWAR: The Winter session of Odisha Assembly began on a stormy note Thursday with opposition Congress creating uproarious scenes leading to adjournment of the House till 3 PM. As soon as the Question Hour began after obituary references, Leader of Opposition Narasingha Mishra sought immediate discussion on issues like death of children due to Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in Malkangiri district.

         One killed, six injured in clash between rival groups    
BALIA (UP): A person was killed and six others were seriously injured in a clash between two rival groups during an event at Teghrauli village here, police said Thursday. Seven persons were injured in the clash last night. One of them, Ranjan Yadav (30), succumbed to his injuries on way to hospital, SP Vaibhav Krishna said.

         Old Rs 500 notes valid till Dec 2 for fuel,air ticket purchase    
NEW DELHI: Government has cut short the deadline of using old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps and for buying airline tickets at airports till December 2 instead of December 15 announced earlier.

         ATF price cut by 3.7%, LPG hiked by Rs 2 per cylinder    
NEW DELHI: Aviation turbine fuel (ATF) price was Thursday cut by 3.7 per cent while subsidized LPG rate was hiked by Rs 2.07 per cylinder, the seventh increase in cooking gas price in six months.

         Cong, Rahul Gandhi's twitter accounts hacked    
NEW DELHI: The official Twitter accounts of Indian National Congress and party Vice president Rahul Gandhi were hacked Thursday and some messages laden with expletives and profanities posted on it, the party said.

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