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       HEADLINES: No confirmation of bird flu in Kottayam                                              Manmohan in Kochi today                                              Eight injured as bus overturns in Kannur                                              Attack on Krishna Pillai Memorial: Charge sheet arraigns five                                              Bird Flu: People in Thiruvananthapuram told not to panic                                              Recovery of explosives, encounter ahead of PM's visit in Assam                                              Nine soldiers indicted for Kashmir killings                                              SC upholds death penalty of man for raping, killing 4 yr-old                                              No evidence found of murder, rape in Badaun sisters case                                              Army probe complete in Budgam killings                                              When Sharif walks for speech, Modi reads newspaper                                              WHO suspends op in Balochistan after attack on polio team                                              SAARC nations sign energy deal, salvage summit                                              China skirts queries on Pak's plan to buy stealth fighter                                              FC Goa crush Kerala Blasters 3-0                                              After Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         China skirts queries on Pak's plan to buy stealth fighter    
 
 
BEIJING: China's military today skirted questions about the sale of its latest stealth fighter planes to Pakistan, days after a senior Pakistani minister said a proposal was under discussion with Beijing.

 
         SAARC nations sign energy deal, salvage summit    
 
 
KATHMANDU: SAARC countries today managed to salvage their summit by agreeing to a last-minute deal to trade electricity among them after Pakistan torpedoed proposals for greater regional connectivity which India and other countries of the bloc were pushing for.

 
         WHO suspends op in Balochistan after attack on polio team    
 
ISLAMABAD: The WHO today suspended its activities in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province due to security concerns after four members of a polio vaccination team were gunned down by militants, in one of the deadliest attacks on medical workers in the region.

 
         When Sharif walks for speech, Modi reads newspaper    
 
 
KATHMANDU: The frostiness of ties between India and Pakistan was visible in the Nepalese capital at the 18th Saarc Summit's inaugural session Wednesday.

 
         India to provide immediate visa for patients from SAARC: PM    
 
KATHMANDU: Pledging to extend all possible cooperation to SAARC countries in diverse fields, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced that India will provide immediate medical visa for the patient and an attendant for treatment in the country.

 
         Pakistan stalls inking of SAARC connectivity agreements    
 
 
KATHMANDU: Pakistan on Wednesday stalled the inking of SAARC connectivity agreements, including motor vehicle pact, saying it was yet to complete its "internal process", notwithstanding other countries, including India and Sri Lanka, who have been strongly pitching for strengthening the people-to-people contact and movement of goods in the region.

 
         Veena Malik sentenced to 26 years in jail for blasphemy in Pak    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: The owner of Pakistan's biggest media group, Geo TV, along with actor Veena Malik and her husband was sentenced to 26 years in prison by an anti-terrorism court for allegedly airing a blasphemous programme.

 
         To boost ties, Modi presents advanced chopper to Nepal    
 
 
KATMANDU: Showing India's commitment to strengthening ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today handed over to Nepal an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) which will be used for military operations.

 
         Indian Railways team in China for Delhi-Chennai bullet train    
 
 
BEIJING: An Indian Railways team is in China to chalk out plans for conducting feasibility study to build the 1,754 km-long Delhi-Chennai high-speed train corridor, world's second largest bullet train line.

 
         Grand jury won't indict cop in US shooting    
 
 
FERGUSON/MISSOURI: A grand jury decided not to indict a Ferguson police officer in the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed, black 18-year-old whose fatal shooting by a white officer sparked weeks of sometimes-violent protests and exposed deep racial tension between many African-Americans and police.

 
         China defends damming Brahmaputra river in Tibet    
 
 
BEIJING: Defending its plans to build a series of hydropower projects over Brahmaputra river in Tibet, China today said it has taken "full account" of concerns of downstream countries as well as the "bigger picture" of good relationship with India while constructing the dams.

 
         Security blanket over Kathmandu as it readies for SAARC summit    
 
 
KATHMANDU: Gearing up to host the SAARC summit after a gap of 12 years, the Nepalese capital has been put under a massive security blanket ahead of the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders of the grouping who will discuss ways to improve regional cooperation.

 
         Don't miss this gigantic selfie    
 
 
DHAKA: A group of at least 1,151 people in Bangladesh have taken a selfie together with their Nokia Lumia 730 smartphone - making it one of the gigantic selfies fit to become the world's largest selfie.

 
         Boy with fake gun dies after being shot by US officer    
 
 
CLEVELAND (US): A 12-year-old boy shot by police after apparently grabbing what turned out to be a replica gun has died from his wounds, a day after officers responded to an emergency call about someone waving a “probably fake” gun at a playground.

 
         British-Iranian woman jailed for watching men’s volleyball released    
 
 
TEHRAN: Iranian authorities released British-Iranian Ghoncheh Ghavami on bail on Sunday, ISNA news agency said. She was detained in June after trying to attend a men’s volleyball match between Iran and Italy, in defiance of a push by hard-liners to enact full gender segregation.

 
         SAARC Standing Committee discusses terrorism, energy, poverty    
 
 
KATHMANDU: Foreign Secretaries from the SAARC countries today met here in the Nepalese capital to discuss cooperation on a range of issues like combating terrorism, poverty alleviation, energy security and climate change.

 
         ISIS kills at least 25 Iraqi tribesmen near Ramadi    
 
BAGHDAD: Islamic State militants have killed at least 25 members of a Sunni Muslim tribe in a village on the eastern edge of the provincial capital Ramadi, local officials said on Saturday, in apparent revenge for tribal opposition to the radical Islamists. They said the bodies of the men from the Albu Fahd tribe were discovered by the Iraqi army when it launched a counter-offensive on Saturday against Islamic State near Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province.

 
         Magnitude-5.9 quake kills two, injured 54 in western China    
 
 
BEIJING: A strong earthquake struck a lightly populated, mountainous area of western China, killing at least two people, injuring 54 others and collapsing homes, officials said on Sunday. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-5.9 quake hit on Saturday about 30 km from the town of Kangding in Sichuan Province. China’s seismological agency put the magnitude at 6.3.

 
         One killed in 6.3 quake in China    
 
 
BEIJING: At least one woman was killed today when a 6.3-magnitude strong earthquake jolted a mountainous area of China's southwest Sichuan Province.

 
         Tunisian wins Muslim beauty pageant, calls for free Palestine    
 
 
PRAMBANAN (INDONESIA): A Tunisian woman called for a free Palestine as she won a pageant exclusively for Muslims in Indonesia today, seen as a riposte to Western beauty contests.

 
         British hostage John Cantlie appears in new IS video    
 
 
LONDON: British journalist John Cantlie, being held hostage in Syria by the Islamic State (IS) terror group, has appeared in a new video in which he claims the US failed to rescue him and fellow hostages in July.

 
         Sharif asks Obama to raise Kashmir issue during India visit    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked US President Barack Obama to take up the Kashmir issue with the Narendra Modi government when he travels to India in January next year.

 
         Obama provides legal status to five million illegal immigrants    
 
 
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama today bypassed Congress to announce the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation that will protect 5 million illegal workers from deportation and may benefit hundreds and thousands of Indian techies seeking legal permanent status.

 
         61 Indian fishermen arrested in Pakistan    
 
 
KARACHI: At least 61 Indian fishermen have been arrested and their 11 boats were seized by Pakistani authorities for allegedly violating the country's territorial waters.

 
         Japan 'black widow' still on hunt as husband No 4 died    
 
 
TOKYO: A so-called "black widow" in Japan suspected of killing up to six partners for money, was still on the hunt for an "unattached elderly man with assets" when her fourth husband was poisoned with cyanide, reports said today.

 
         Nigeria: 45 dead in suspected Boko Haram attack    
 
 
MAIDUGURI: At least 45 people were killed in a suspected Boko Haram attack in northeast Nigeria, officials and witnesses have said, in the latest violence to hit the restive region.

 
         Shooting at US university leaves 3 wounded, gunman dead    
 
 
WASHINGTON: A gunman opened fire at a major university in Florida early today, leaving three people injured, before officers killed the shooter, police said.

 
         Will consult Kashmiri leaders before talks with India: Sharif    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Ignoring India's opposition, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said Pakistan will hold dialogue with Kashmiri separatists to take them into confidence before engaging in peace talks with India.

 
         India did not offer car to PM Sharif: Pakistani official    
 
India has not offered any bulletproof car to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for the upcoming South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) summit, to be held in Nepal Nov 26-27, according to a Pakistani official.

 
         Woman gets jail term for threatening to kill Obama    
 
 
WASHINGTON: Federal authorities in US have sentenced a 56-year-old woman to nearly two years in jail for threatening to kill President Barack Obama, media reported.

 
 
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