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       HEADLINES: Gulbarga Ragging: Charity organisation to take care of Aswathy’s treatment, edn                                              Anju appointed national executive member of ‘Khelo India’                                              Kerala jawan also among killed in Jammu                                              Mukesh missing complaint: Action against SI likely                                              Attempt being made to hijack Sree Narayana Guru: Pinarayi                                              Sisodia, over 60 MLAs detained on their way to RCR                                              India needs USD 1.5 trillion for infrastructure: Jaitley                                              NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries                                              Petition for 2nd Brexit referendum in UK crosses 3-mn mark                                              Iraq forces take full control of Fallujah                                              Minister among 11 killed in Somalia hotel attack                                              Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics men's 400m race                                              Atanu Das selected for Rio Olympics                                              Vijender is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         NGOs, their executives to give annual income details to Lokpal    
NEW DELHI: All foreign and domestic-funded Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) will be under Lokpal, which will initiate an enquiry against them in the event of their involvement in corruption.

         Govt strikes out 1.6 cr bogus ration cards, to save Rs 10k cr    
NEW DELHI: Government has eliminated 1.6 crore duplicate and bogus ration cards that will help save about Rs 10,000 crore in subsidy bill annually, said Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa.

         Defence firms under scanner for Bhandari links    
NEW DELHI: Some leading foreign defence firms, who are major players in the Indian market, have come under the scanner of investigating agencies for their alleged links with defence consultant Sanjay Bhandari who is being probe for alleged tax evasion. Sources said Bhandari's call data records and documents seized from his premises during a recent IT search have allegedly showed that a number of officials from different foreign defence firms were in touch with him on a regular basis.

         Doubt if SOP was followed properly: Parrikar on Pampore attack    
BHUBANESWAR: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today expressed doubt if the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) was followed properly by the bus-borne CRPF personnel at Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir who were attacked by terrorists leading to eight jawans being killed.

         PM recalls 'black night' of Emergency, says democracy is strength    
NEW DELHI: Recalling the "black night" of Emergency imposed on this day 39 years back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that democracy is the country's strength and said this commitment needs to be taken further.

         Rajnath points fingers at Pak over attack on CRPF convoy    
FATEHGARH: In the wake of attack on a CRPF convoy in Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today clearly accused Pakistan of trying to destabilise India even as he said lapses, if any, in yesterday's incident would be looked into and status of infiltration ascertained.

         Yashwant flays Modi govt on NSG, says it is being 'misguided    
NEW DELHI: BJP leader Yashwant Sinha today flayed the Narendra Modi government over its vigorous push to get NSG membership, saying there was no need for it as India stands to "lose and not gain" by becoming a member and alleged that people sitting in the government were "misguiding it everyday".

         NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries    
NEW DELHI: NSG is likely to meet again before the end of the year to discuss membership of non-NPT signatories like India, which today made it clear to China, responsible for torpedoing its recent bid, that it was necessary to take care of India's "interests" for forward movement in bilateral ties.

         Declare undisclosed income by Sept 30, it is last chance: PM    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday asked people to declare their undisclosed income by September 30, making it clear that this is the last chance to avoid problems that will follow after the window of opportunity closes.

         India needs USD 1.5 trillion for infrastructure: Jaitley    
BEIJING: India needs over USD 1.5 trillion in investment in the next 10 years to bridge infrastructure gap as the government intends to connect seven hundred thousand villages with roads by 2019 as part of a massive modernisation plan, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said Sunday.

         Sisodia, over 60 MLAs detained on their way to RCR    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and over 60 Aam Aadmi Party legislators were detained by police Sunday while they were on their way to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence here to protest the arrest of a party MLA.

         NSG membership push "ill-advised, unwarranted": Srinivasan    
HYDERABAD: Noted scientist and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) member M R Srinivasan today said the Centre's push to gain Nuclear Suppliers Group membership was "unnecessary, unwarranted and ill-advised", a day after India failed in its bid to clinch membership of the 48-member club. The AEC, a body under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), would have advised the government to desist from such a move had it been consulted, he said.

         Attack on Union ministers' convoy:Rajnath calls up Odisha Guv, CM    
NEW DELHI: Concerned over the attack on the cavalcade of two Union ministers in Odisha, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today called up Governor S C Jamir and Chief Minister Navin Patnaik and asked them to ensure safety and security of central leaders visiting the state.

         HIV affected teenager driven out of govt-run school's hostel    
KENDRAPARA: A 13-year-old girl affected by HIV/AIDS has been driven out of the hostel of a Central government-run school in Odisha's Kendrapara district allegedly on the insistence of other students' parents, a child rights activist said. The girl has been allegedly denied the right to stay in the hostel of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalay residential school since past one year, though the school authorities allowed her to continue studies.

         Maiden flight of Su-30 MKI with BrahMos missile successful    
BENGALURU: The first carriage flight of Su-30 MKI aircraft with BrahMos missile was successfully undertaken at HAL Airport in Nashik today, with the integration making the fighter aircraft a lethal weapon delivery platform for the Indian Air Force. It is the first time in the world that such a heavyweight (2,500 kg) supersonic cruise missile has been integrated on a fighter aircraft, according to BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd (BAPL) Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Sudhir Kumar Mish

         Defence Ministry nod to buy 145 ultra light howitzers from US    
NEW DELHI: The Defence Ministry today paved the way for purchase of 145 Ultra Light Howitzers, worth about USD 750 million, from the US and also approved bulk production of 18 Dhanush artillery guns, the first acquisition of such weapon systems by the Army in three decades since the Bofors scandal.

         Vadra-Swamy spat over 'waiter' remarks    
NEW DELHI: Robert Vadra today took a dig at Subramanian Swamy for his "derogatory" remarks about waiters and termed them "classist", prompting the BJP MP to retort that he should concentrate on "staying out of jail" instead of making political comments. Vadra, who is Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law, earlier in the day attacked Swamy over his apparent swipe at Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in which he had said ministers who wear a coat and tie look like waiters and must be inst

         Bihar Humanities 'topper' Ruby Rai arrested    
PATNA: Controversial Humanities topper in Bihar intermediate examination Ruby Rai, who pronounced Political Science as "Prodikal Science" which according to her deals with cooking, was arrested today. Ruby was arrested by Special Investigation Team (SIT) as she emerged from a re-test of Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB), Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj told PTI.

         AAP MLA Mohaniya's bail dismissed, sent to jail till Monday    
NEW DELHI: AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya, arrested on charges of molestation and sexual harassment, was today sent to Tihar Jail till Monday by a Delhi court which rejected his bail plea. Duty Magistrate Anjani Mahajan dismissed the MLA's bail application which claimed that his arrest today was meant only to humiliate him.

         SP revokes merger with Ansari's party, Akhilesh has his way    
LUCKNOW: With Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav putting his foot down, Samjwadi Party today called off its merger with gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari's party just three days after it announced the decision drawing all-round flak. The party also decided on reinduction of Secondary Education Minister Balram Yadav, who was sacked by Akhilesh apparently for facilitating the merger.

         J&K: Eight CRPF jawans, two militants killed in gunbattle    
SRINAGAR: In a major strike, two terrorists gunned down eight CRPF men and injured nearly 28 others before being felled in retaliatory action by the security personnel in South Kashmir's Pulwama district today. The incident took place at Frestbal in Pampore, 14 km from here, when the terrorists fired at a bus carrying CRPF personnel. The Road Opening Party (ROP) of the CRPF retaliated and, in the fierce gun battle that ensued, over three dozen paramilitary personnel were injured.

         World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exit    
LONDON: Global stock markets lost about $2 trillion in value on Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union, while sterling suffered a record one-day plunge to a 31-year low and money poured into safe-haven gold and government bonds.

         Mehbooba secures unassailable lead of 11,000 votes    
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is all set to win the bypoll to the Anantnag Assembly constituency after securing an unassailable lead of 11,000 votes.

         Police detains AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya    
NEW DELHI: Sangam Vihar MLA Dinesh Mohaniya was Saturday detained by the Delhi Police for allegedly misbehaving with a group of women who had gone to him to complain about water crisis.

         Centre returns 14 Delhi Govt bills for not following procedures    
NEW DELHI: As many as 14 bills passed by the Delhi assembly have been returned by the Home Ministry, saying proper procedures were not followed by the AAP government while adopting the legislations.

         SIT likely to reopen 186 anti-Sikh riot cases    
NEW DELHI: The Centre-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) is likely to re-investigate around 186 cases of anti-Sikh riots in Delhi and some other states.

         India's accession to SCO begins    
TASHKENT: India today signed Memorandum of Obligations -- a key document -- kick starting the process of its accession to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, a powerful security grouping increasingly seen as a counterweight to NATO.

         Congress targets PM over India's failed NSG bid    
NEW DELHI: Congress today targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over India's failed NSG bid, calling it an "embarrassment" to the country and a "huge diplomatic letdown" by his government and questioned the "desperation" to gain membership of the elite nuclear club.

         BJP upset over Swamy's tirades against Jaitley, top babus    
NEW DELHI: The BJP leadership is said to be upset over its MP Subramanian Swamy's open attacks on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and top bureaucrats and has taken a serious view of the matter.

         NIT fee hiked to Rs 1.25 lakh from Rs 70,000 per annum    
NEW DELHI: After IITs, fees in National Institutes of Technology (NITs) is all set for a hike from Rs 70,000 to Rs 1.25 lakh per annum.

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