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       HEADLINES: KSRTC bus fare to come down by Rs 1                                              Wife hacks husband to death                                              CBI implementing RSS agenda: Pinarayi                                              Titanium case: Opposition stages walkout                                              HC rejects P Jayarajan’s anticipatory bail plea                                              26/11 case: Headley bares all on terror financing by ISI                                              Another woman complains against Pachauri                                              Siachen brave heart Hanamanthappa dies                                              Ishrat family, lawyer raise questions after Headley testimony                                              Art of Living's event under NGT scanner                                              Alcohol allows bacteria to infiltrate into liver: study                                              ISIS opens new 'help desk' for militants to evade tracking                                              ISIS video shows 4-yr-old UK boy blowing car with prisoners                                              Govt to decide on World T20 participation within a week: PCB                                              India look to draw parity, keep series alive                                              Clean sweep by shuttlers; Ruthvika stuns PV Sindhu to win gold                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         ISIS video shows 4-yr-old UK boy blowing car with prisoners    
LONDON: ISIS has released a new graphic video purportedly showing a four-year-old British boy blowing up a car and killing three people, accused of spying in Syria for the West.

         ISIS opens new 'help desk' for militants to evade tracking    
WASHINGTON: ISIS has reportedly opened a new technical "help desk" that instructs terrorists on how to evade electronic surveillance and prevent them from committing security mistakes that could endanger their lives.

         Alcohol allows bacteria to infiltrate into liver: study    
LOS ANGELES: Alcohol allows gut bacteria to migrate to the liver, promoting alcohol-induced liver disease, a new study has warned. Researchers from University of California (UC), San Diego in US conduced the study in mice and in laboratory samples.

         Ban Ki moon warns against ISIS spread in South Asia    
UNITED: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has warned of the danger of the Islamic State terror group spreading its tentacles to South Asia through organisations like the Tehreek-e-Khilafat in Pakistan.

         S Africa outcry over Zuma's ties with Indian-origin biz barons    
JOHANESBURG: An influential Indian-origin family of business tycoons is at the centre of a political storm in South Africa over its ties with President Jacob Zuma, two years after a lavish wedding in the family had led to a similar uproar.

         Rehman Malik rubbishes Headley's testimony    
ISLAMABAD: Accusing India of trying to defame Pakistan by concocting confessions out of David Headley, former interior minister Rehman Malik has termed Pakistani-American terrorist's testimony in the 2008 Mumbai attack case as "a pack of lies".

         Sanders defeats Clinton, Trump wins in New Hampshire    
MANCHESTER: Bernie Sanders has defeated Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, and Donald Trump also scored his first victory in a triumph of two candidates who have seized on Americans' anger at the Washington political establishment.

         'ISIS deployed 60 jihadists in Europe to attack 5 cities'    
WASHINGTON: ISIS deployed 60 jihadists in Europe as part of a plot to carry out attacks on five cities including London, Paris and Berlin before the carnage it unleashed in the French capital, according to a media report.

         Pak court accepts plea to bring back Koh-i-Noor from UK    
LAHORE: A Pakistani court has accepted a petition seeking direction to the government to bring back Koh-i-Noor from British Queen Elizabeth-II, overruling the objection to the plea for the famed diamond, which India has been trying to get from the UK for years.

         ISI provides financial, military support to LeT, JeM: Headley    
MUMBAI: Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI provides "financial, military and moral support" to terror outfits LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen, Pakistan- born terrorist David Coleman Headley said today as he revealed more startling details about 26/11 attacks and his role it.

         Former Nepal PM Sushil Koirala dies    
KATHMANDU: Former Prime Minister of Nepal and Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala passed away due to Pneumonia at his residence Tuesday morning. He was 79.

         ISIS losing fighters to rival groups after pay cuts: report    
WASHINGTON: The ISIS' recent defeats signify its worsening money problems, desertions and a dwindling pool of fighters with many of them joining rival militant groups after facing pay cuts, according to a media report.

         Chinese, Indian border troops hold joint disaster drills    
SHANGHAI: Chinese and Indian border troops have conducted a joint disaster relief exercise, China's defence ministry said on Monday, signalling warming ties between the two Asian powers as they seek to resolve a long-festering border dispute.

         North Korea's new satellite flew over Super Bowl site    
TOKYO: Here's a bit of Super Bowl trivia: North Korea's newest satellite passed almost right over the stadium just an hour after it ended.

         Eating fish during pregnancy may improve offspring's IQ: study    
LONDON: Moms-to-be, take note! Eating fish every week during pregnancy may improve your offspring's IQ and decrease their risk of developing some of the early signs of autism, a new study has claimed.

         UN chief condemns N Korea's provocative rocket launch    
UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon today denounced North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket and asked the country to halt its "provocative actions" and return to compliance with its international obligations.

         N Korea launches space rocket in defiance of sanctions threats    
SEOUL: North Korea launched a long-range rocket Sunday, violating UN resolutions and doubling down against an international community already struggling to punish Pyongyang for a nuclear test last month.

         Edgar Mitchell, astronaut who walked on Moon, dead at 85    
MIAMI: US astronaut Edgar Mitchell, one of just 12 people to have walked on the Moon, has died aged 85, his family and NASA said, calling him a "pioneer."

         North Korea advances plans to launch rocket    
TOKYO: North Korea says it has brought forward plans to launch a rocket and the event could now occur as early as tomorrow, Japanese media reported.

         Over 100 missing, 13 dead as strong quake rattles Taiwan    
TAINAN: Rescuers were searching today for more than 100 people still missing after a powerful, shallow earthquake struck southern Taiwan before dawn and caused a high-rise residential building to collapse, killing at least 13 people and injuring hundreds. Nearly 340 people were rescued from the rubble in Tainan, the city hit worst by the quake. About 2,000 firefighters and soldiers scrambled with ladders, cranes and other equipment to the ruins of the 17-floor residential building, which fold

         New U.S. intelligence report says Islamic State weaker    
Islamic State has as many as 25,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq, down from a previous estimate of up to 31,000, according to a U.S. intelligence report revealed by the White House on Thursday.

         Rajat Gupta gets chance to void insider-trading conviction    
NEW YORK: In a relief to Rajat Gupta, the India-born former Goldman Sachs director, a US court has agreed to rehear his appeal to throw out his 2012 insider- trading conviction that landed him in jail.

         NATO says Russian air strikes undermining Syria peace efforts    
AMSTERDAM: NATO head Jens Stoltenberg said today that Russia's air strikes in Syria targeting rebel forces are "undermining" efforts to find a non-military solution to the war.

         Hafiz Saeed warns India of terror attacks    
ISLAMABAD: In another round of provocative remarks, JuD chief and Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has warned India of more terror attacks. "You have only seen one attack on Pathankot. Matters could easily escalate," he said addressing a rally in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

         Lanka lifts unofficial ban on Tamil national anthem at I-Day    
COLOMBO: Lifting an unofficial ban, Sri Lanka's national anthem was today sung in Tamil at a ceremony here to mark the country's independence day, in an effort to achieve reconciliation with the ethnic minority community.

         UK to arrest Assange if he leaves Ecuadorean Embassy    
LONDON: Britain today said it will arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange if he leaves the Ecuadorean Embassy here, where he is holed up since June 2012 to avoid a European arrest warrant against him over allegations of rape in Sweden.

         Russia delivers final batch of Mi-17V-5 choppers to India    
NEW DELHI: Russia has handed over to India the final batch of three Mi-17V-5 military transport helicopters under a previously signed contract even as it gets ready to ink yet another deal for another 48 such choppers.

         Basit calls up Anupam Kher, offers visa to travel to Pakistan    
NEW DELHI: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit has called up Anupam Kher and offered him a visa to travel to that country if he has applied for the same but the Bollywood actor declined the offer, saying he has already taken up other assignments on the scheduled dates.

         Plea over Bhagat Singh's innocence referred to Pak CJ again    
LAHORE: For the second time, a Pakistani court today sought a larger bench to hear a petition to prove the innocence of legendary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh in the murder case of a British police officer after the plea was last heard nearly three years ago.

         Japan extends visa validity for Indian nationals to 10 years    
TOKYO: Japan is set to relax visa norms for Indian nationals as multiple-entry visa terms are to be doubled for people from the country to 10 years, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said today.

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