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       HEADLINES: Legal action if dogs are killed, Prashanth Bhooshan wrties to CM                                              Won't be able to give 50 pc share of seats to govt: Self-financing managements tells HC                                              Lifer for accused in Valancherry Vinod Kumar murder case                                              Dog bites couple at Sreekaryam                                              Misbehaving with compere: Case against ACP                                              Sahara chief offers in SC to pay Rs 300 cr as bank guarantee                                              HC allows women's entry in Haji Ali dargah's                                              Sheena Bora murder: Indrani, Peter's judicial custody extended till Sept 13                                              Nun in iconic Italy quake photo texted friends 'adieu'                                              Top French court makes initial ruling to suspend burkini ban                                              Pak regrets India's rejection of 'discuss Kashmir' proposal                                              Indian, Windies stars look to rock US as ICC eyes new market                                              Jaisha's illness delays Ministry probe into official apathy                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Don't remain in denial mode on support to cross-border terror: India to Pak    
 
 
NEW DELHI: India today asked Pakistan not to remain in a "denial" mode regarding its support to cross- border terrorism as the war of words between the two countries intensified. In his latest response to his Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry's fresh invitation of August 19 for talks, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar once again emphasised on the need for earliest possible vacation of Islamabad's illegal occupation of PoK and conveyed that not just India but the larger region is awa

 
         Scorpene submarine documents leak not a big worry: Parrikar    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today played down the Scorpene leak saying its a "not big worry", but there are few pockets of concerns because the ministry is assuming the worst case scenario.

 
         SC grants 6 weeks protection from arrest to expelled AIADMK MP    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today granted protection from arrest to Rajya Sabha MP Sasikala Pushpa for six weeks in a sexual harassment case filed by her two domestic aides. A bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur said that the High Court will expeditiously decide the anticipatory bail application of the expelled AIADMK leader

 
         RSS questions Rahul's remark, demands apology    
 
NEW DELHI: RSS today questioned Rahul Gandhi over his remark of standing by every word he said about the outfit, asking whether the Congress leader was talking about his affidavit or the "lie" in his public speeches, and demanded an apology from him. "Stand by every word I said about RSS: R Gandhi. Which words, in affidavit filed in court or the 'lie' uttered in public speech?," head of RSS' communications department Manmohan Vaidya said on Twitter.

 
         Can't order establishment of 'Ram Rajya' in the country: SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today said it cannot order the establishment of 'Ram Rajya' in the country and it cannot do several things it wanted to due to its "limited capacity".

 
         Sheena Bora murder: Indrani, Peter's judicial custody extended till Sept 13    
 
 
NEW DELHI: A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Friday extended the judicial custody of Indrani Mukerjea, Peter Mukerjea and Sanjeev Khanna till September 13 in connection with the Sheena Bora murder case.

 
         HC allows women's entry in Haji Ali dargah's    
 
 
MUMBAI: In a landmark judgment, the Bombay High Court Friday lifted the ban imposed on women from entering the sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali Dargah here, saying it contravenes fundamental rights and that the trust has no right to prohibit women's entry into a public place of worship.

 
         Sahara chief offers in SC to pay Rs 300 cr as bank guarantee    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Sahara chief Subrata Roy Friday offered in Supreme Court to pay an additional Rs 300 crore to Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) but said the amount should be adjusted as bank guarantee.

 
         Three of a family died while cleaning septic tank    
 
KANPUR: A woman and her two sons died after inhaling poisonous gas while cleaning a septic tank in their house at Katra Ghanshyampur village in Sanchandi area, police said Friday.

 
         Need to change laws, speed up processes to transform India: Modi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Enunciating his vision to rapidly transform India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said there is a need to change laws, eliminate unnecessary procedures and speed up processes to go beyond "mere incremental progress".

 
         Mehbooba loses cool at press meet; condemns stone-pelting    
 
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Thursday lost her cool and abruptly ended a press conference being addressed by her and union Home Minister Rajnath Singh here when journalists asked questions about her role in dealing with the current unrest.

 
         I stand by every single word, says Rahul    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Dismissing suggestions that he had made a U-turn on RSS role in killing Mahatma Gandhi, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Thursday insisted that he stood by "every single word" said by him.

 
         Pawan Kalyan supporter stabbed to death    
 
 
BENGALURU: Movie fans have been known to take their devotion to extremes, but in Karnataka, it led to a fatal stabbing on Wednesday.

 
         Rajan, Subramanian 'foisted' on India by Americans, says Swamy    
 
 
NEW DELHI: BJP MP Subramanian Swamy continued with jibes at RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan and Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian, calling them "micro minded" management degree holders "foisted" by America.

 
         Couple murdered, two relatives sexually assaulted    
 
CHANDIGARH: In a shocking incident, a couple was murdered and two teenage relatives allegedly sexually assaulted by unidentified persons who barged into the family's house in the wee hours Thursday in a village in Haryana's Mewat district.

 
         Depute senior officer to trace missing witnesses: HC    
 
MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra Director General of Police to depute a senior officer not below the rank of Deputy Director General of Police to trace the 11 missing former inmates of Thane Central prison, who were witness to custodial death of a fellow inmate in 1996.

 
         Alternatives to pellet guns in few days: Rajnath    
 
 
SRINAGAR: As the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir continued for the 48th day, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said an alternative to pellet guns will be proposed within a few days in the wake of widespread criticism of the crowd-control device that has left thousands of people in the Valley blinded.

 
         Man gets seven years jail for raping woman labourer    
 
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A local court has sentenced a man to seven years imprisonment for raping a woman in Shamli district. Additional District Sessions Judge Manoj Kumar also imposed a fine of Rs 9000 on the accused, Wajid Ali, last evening after holding him guilty under Section 376 of the IPC, according to prosecution.

 
         Odisha man carries wife's body on shoulder for 10 kms    
 
 
BHUBANESWAR: A tribal man, along with his 12-year-old daughter, on Wednesday walked around 10 km carrying his wife's body on his shoulder as he failed to get a vehicle to transport it from a government hospital in the backward district of Kalahandi where she died.

 
         AI Mumbai-Newark flight diverts to Kazakhstan    
 
MUMBAI: A Newark-bound Air India flight, carrying around 300 passengers, from here was Thursday diverted to Kazakhstan due to technical issues.

 
         Convict in December 16 gang rape case attempts suicide    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Vinay Sharma, one of the four death row convicts in the sensational December 16 gang rape case of a paramedic, allegedly tried to commit suicide in Tihar Jail, prison officials said Thursday.

 
         JNU rape case: Accused surrenders    
 
 
NEW DELHI: JNU PhD scholar Anmol Ratan, accused of raping a 28-year-old fellow student, tonight surrendered before the police, hours after the victim recorded her statement before a magistrate.

 
         New bill proposes complete ban on commercial surrogacy    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet has cleared a bill on surrogacy that seeks to ban commercial surrogacy in India. According to the new bill, single parents, homosexual couples, couples in live-in relationships will not be allowed surrogacy.

 
         Eight awarded life sentence for abducting onion trader    
 
NASHIK: A local court has sentenced eight persons to life imprisonment for abducting a trader here in 2012 and acquitted three others due to lack of evidence.

 
         Lodha Panel to have meeting on Aug 28    
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court-appointed Justice RM Lodha Panel will meet on August 28 to discuss various issues concerning the BCCI, including the multiple complaints received against the Board.

 
         Tremors in east, north-east India as power quake hits Myanmar    
 
 
KOLKATA: A powerful earthquake measuring 6.7 on the Richter Scale and epicentred in Myanmar Wednesday shook several parts of east and northeast India.

 
         Never blamed RSS as a body for Gandhi's killing: Rahul to SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Wednesday told the Supreme Court that he had never blamed RSS as an institution that killed Mahatma Gandhi but had stated that a person associated with it was responsible for his assassination.

 
         CBI should search for missing, beloved tiger Jai, says Maharashtra    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The CBI, the country's top investigating agency, should be tasked with finding Jai, the beloved tiger who has been missing since April, the Maharashtra government said.

 
         One dead, eight feared drowned as boat capsizes    
 
 
AURANGABAD: One person died while eight others are feared drowned when a country boat ferrying flood victims capsized in the swollen River Punpun near Kalem village in Bihar's Aurangabad district.

 
         Saradha ponzi: ED summons Nalini Chidambaram    
 
 
NEW DELHI: ED has summoned Nalini Chidambaram, wife of former Finance Minister P Chidamabram, in connection with its money laundering probe in the Saradha chit fund scam case.

 
 
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