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       HEADLINES: Sanction for Aranmula not cancelled: Govt                                              Violence mars hartal in capital city                                              Speaker failed to protect interests of opposition, says Chennithala                                              Two has informed to produce proofs against Mani, vigilance tells court                                              Three UDF MLAs begin indefinite fast at Kerala Assembly                                              Man decamps with AK-47 rifle of security guard                                              Bangladesh, Bhutan pull out of SAARC summit                                              Nobel laureate Shimon Peres dies                                              If Pak continues to sponsor terrorists, Modi will be free to act: US media                                              Pak approaches World Bank, ICJ over Indus Waters Treaty                                              26/11 case: Pak commission to inspect boat used by terrorists                                              Lodha panel moves SC seeking removal of BCCI top brass                                              Ashwin becomes No. 2 in Tests, top place in sight                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Doctor commits suicide by consuming acid    
COIMBATORE: A 30-year-old woman doctor allegedly committed suicide by consuming acid owing to a family dispute in Ramanthapuram here Wednesday, police said.

         Khuntia appointed Karnataka Chief Secretary    
BENGALURU: Karnataka government Wednesday announced the appointment of senior IAS officer Subhash Chandra Khuntia as the state's Chief Secretary, effective from October 1. Khuntia will succeed Arvind Jadhav, who will be retiring from service on superannuation, a government notification said.

         Badal advised complete bed rest    
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was Wednesday advised complete bed rest by doctors at the PGIMER and has cancelled all his engagements.

         Shocked over friend's death in accident, youth commits suicide    
HYDERABAD: A youth committed suicide after his childhood friend died before his eyes in a road accident here on Wednesday, police said.

         Bangladesh, Bhutan pull out of SAARC summit    
NEW DELHI: Apart from India, Afghanistan and Bhutan have also pulled out of the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November, saying the environment is not right for the successful holding of the meet. The decision was conveyed by Bangladesh and Bhutan yesterday to the SAARC Chair Nepal, sources said.

         AAP leader Rebello rules out contesting Goa polls    
PANAJI: AAP's prominent Goa leader Dr Oscar Rebello, who was speculated to be the party's chief ministerial face, has ruled out contesting the state Assembly elections due next year.

         Court orders man to pay maintenance to HIV+ve wife    
THANE: The Thane district court has upheld the order of a magistrate ordering a 25-year-old man to pay maintenance to his HIV infected wife, and dismissed the appeal filed against it by the husband and his parents.

         Man decamps with AK-47 rifle of security guard    
SRINAGAR: A relative of a former legislator Wednesday decamped with the service rifle of his security guard in Shopian district of south Kashmir, police said.

         Rs one crore for family of stabbed Delhi teacher    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi government will provide Rs 1 crore to the family of a school teacher stabbed to death by two of his students, it was announced on Tuesday.

         Stone pelters in Kashmir target civilians; woman dead    
SRINAGAR: A woman was Tuesday left dead and two persons were injured as stone pelters targeted vehicles which ventured out defying the diktat of separatists.

         SL Navy snaps fishing nets of TN fishermen    
RAMESWARAM (TN): More than 2,000 fishermen from this island were forced to return today without catch after Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly snapped the fishing nets of 30 mechanised boats near Katchatheevu.

         Three die of unknown fever in Muzaffarnagar    
MUZAFFARNAGAR (UP): Three persons died after suffering from an unknown fever in the district where 20 girl students of a residential school are suspected to be suffering from chikungunya.

         PM to review MFN status to Pakistan    
NEW DELHI: Ater Indus Water Treaty, India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday.

         Message on Jammu should be 'loud and clear' to Pak, says India    
UNITED NATIONS: The message that Kashmir is an integral part of India should be "loud and clear", India on Tuesday told Pakistan, calling it a "dysfunctional state" that commits atrocities on its own people and preaches about tolerance, democracy and human rights.

         Teacher dies after class XII students stab him    
NEW DELHI: A government school teacher was allegedly stabbed to death by two class XII students in front of their classmates in West Delhi's Nangloi area after one of them was rusticated for low attendance.

         Rats nibble actress's bag in train    
MUMBAI: Popular Marathi actress Nivedita Saraf has complained that her bag was gnawed by rats while she was travelling by a train, prompting the railway administration to intensify the pest control measures.

         Former Corporate Affairs DG commits suicide    
NEW DELHI: Former Director General Corporate Affairs B K Bansal, who was facing a CBI probe in a corruption case, allegedly committed suicide along with his son at their residence in East Delhi.

         Two Naxals killed in gun battle in Chhattisgarh    
RAIPUR: Two Naxals were Tuesday killed in a gun battle with security forces in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district. "The encounter took place early this morning in the dense forest of Fulbadgi Police Station area while a joint team of security forces was out on an anti-Maoist operation," Sukma Superintendent of Police Indira Kalyan Elesela told reporters.

         Man detained at Chennai Airport with foreign currency    
CHENNAI: A Singapore-bound air passenger was detained here for allegedly trying to carry foreign currency worth about Rs 18 lakh, airport officials said Tuesday.

         Five injured in militant attack in Kulgam    
SRINAGAR: Five CRPF personnel were injured in a grenade attack by militants in south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Monday, police said.

         Tripura tribal couple sell daughter for Rs 650    
AGARTALA: In what highlights the sorry state of affairs in the backward areas of Tripura, a tribal couple in remote Dhalai district sold their girl child as they were unable to bear the expenses of the infant.

         AAP worker shot dead by SAD leader    
MOGA (PB): An AAP activist was shot dead allegedly by a SAD leader over a property dispute in Bhinder Kalan village here, police said Monday. Former Akali Sarpanch Jagsir Singh allegedly went to encroach on a piece of land belonging to AAP worker Jagroop Singh last night, police said.

         George re-inducted into Siddaramaiah Cabinet    
BENGALURU: After being out of power for a month, former Karnataka Minister K J George was re-inducted into the cabinet by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah Monday.

         PM chairs meeting to review Indus Water Treaty    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday chaired a meeting to review the Indus Water treaty with Pakistan amidst heightened tension between the two countries.

         Shoe hurled at Rahul Gandhi during roadshow in UP    
SITAPUR (UP): A shoe was Monday hurled at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi during his roadshow here. Hariom Sharma, a resident of Shastri Nagar locality, flung his shoe from a distance at Rahul at Transport Crossing, from where the roadshow started. However, the shoe did not hit him.

         Widow gang raped in Muzaffarnagar    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A 30-year-old woman was allegedly gang raped by three persons inside her house in Ghari Dolatpur village in Shamli district, police said Monday.

         Sunanda case: Police seeks details of deleted chats    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has written to Canada's Department of Justice seeking details of the deleted chats from the mobile phones of Sunanda Pushkar and her husband, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor.

         Modi greets Manmohan Singh on birthday    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday greeted his predecessor Manmohan Singh on his 83rd birthday, wishing him a long and healthy life. He also spoke to Singh and extended birthday greetings to him.

         PSLV C-35 with eight satellites lifts off    
SRIHARIKOTA: PSLV C-35, carrying India's SCATSAT-1 meant for ocean and weather studies and seven other satellites including from the US and Canada, Monday lifted off from the spaceport, here.

         Congress slams Modi, wonders if he will fight next election in Pakistan    
NEW DELHI: Congress Sunday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "playing politics" with national security and said he was offering "platitudes" to Pakistan as if he is going to fight elections in that country instead of understanding the anger of people in India.

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