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       HEADLINES: Former Team Solar MD gives statement                                              LDF disrupts proceedings of Kerala Assembly                                              CPM leader mourns K S Bimal                                              Contempt of court notice served on Jiji Thomson                                              Mammootty in Jagathy’s house                                              Lalitgate: Jaitley shrugs off Congress's threat to disrupt Parliament                                              Dayanidhi Maran questioned for second day by CBI                                              AI flight row: 'Fundamental right infringed upon by minister,' says Chacko                                              Stalin accused of slapping metro passenger                                              Sharad Yadav undergoing treatment at AIIMS                                              India launches online system for foreign employers                                              China proposes to India talks on differences over Lakhvi issue                                              36 dead, 19 missing in Philippines boat capsize                                              P Balachandran appointed as cricket team coach                                              Raina rubbishes Modi's betting allegations, mulls legal action                                              Indian hockey eves beat Italy, keep Olympic dreams alive                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         36 dead, 19 missing in Philippines boat capsize    
MANILA: At least 36 people died and 19 others were reported missing when a passenger banca -- a type of outrigger boat -- capsized in the waters off Ormoc city in central Philippines' Leyte province on Thursday afternoon, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said.

         China proposes to India talks on differences over Lakhvi issue    
BEIJING: Amid India's concerns over China's move to block action against Pakistan over release of Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, China has proposed to discuss the issue with India in the joint mechanism on counter-terrorism.

         India launches online system for foreign employers    
DUBAI: India has launched an online registration system for foreign employers who seek to recruit Indian workers, including nurses. According to the Indian embassy in Abu Dhabi, all the foreign employers need to register in the eMigrate system. The system makes it mandatory for the employer to fill in a registration application which will then be vetted by the Indian mission.

         Video shows Syria rebel group executing 18 IS fighters    
BEIRUT: A Syrian rebel group operating around Damascus has executed 18 alleged members of the Islamic State group in a video mimicking the extremist organisation's own productions.

         Lakhvi exempted from in-person appearance in 26/11 attack case    
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today exempted the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attack Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi from appearing in-person after the LeT operations commander cited "serious threats to his life."

         60 killed as suicide bombers attack army checkpoints in Egypt    
CAIRO: At least 60 Egyptian soldiers were today killed as militants launched simultaneous attacks on army checkpoints, using suicide bombers and heavy weapons, in the restive north of the Sinai Peninsula, officials said.

         In 'first', IS beheads two women in Syria    
BEIRUT: The Islamic State group has beheaded two women in Syria on accusations of "sorcery," the first such execution of women in Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said today.

         Russia cracks down on Yoga classes to check occultism    
LONDON: Close on the heels of India leading worldwide International Yoga Day celebrations, Yoga classes have been banned in a central Russian city by the authorities to check spread of 'religious occultism'.

         Suicide blasts hit Afghanistan as Taliban wage bloody fighting    
KABUL: Suicide attackers today targeted foreign troops in Kabul and a police headquarters in restive southern Afghanistan, killing two people and wounding nearly 60, as the Taliban's bloody summer offensive showed no signs of letting up.

         Indian sentenced to 20 months for sex with minor    
SINGAPORE: An Indian national in Singapore was on Tuesday sentenced to 20 months' imprisonment for having sex with a minor, a media report said.

         45 dead after Indonesian military plane crashes into city    
MEDAN (INDONESIA) At least 45 people were killed when an Indonesian air force transport plane crashed today into a major city shortly after take-off and exploded in a fireball.

         Greek crisis: Finmin fears capital outflows, in touch with RBI    
NEW DELHI: Worried that the Greek crisis may trigger capital outflows, Finance Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi today said the government is in touch with the Reserve Bank which will take necessary steps to deal with the issue.

         50 nations, including India, sign agreement on China-led AIIB    
BEIJING: Representatives from 50 founding countries, including India, today signed an agreement that provided the legal framework for the China-led USD 100 billion multilateral Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

         Chinese military research academy praises India's Arjun tank    
BEIJING: India's indigenous main battle tank (MBT) Arjun, which was developed after years of delays and cost-overruns, came in for praise from a top Chinese military research academy here that concentrates on the engineering requirements of the armed forces.

         Greece shuts banks, limits daily ATM withdrawal to 60 Euros    
ATHENS: Greece moved to check the growing strains on its crippled financial system, closing its banks and imposing capital controls that brought the prospect of being forced out of the euro into plain sight.

         Brangelina enjoy tea with the Royal couple    
LONDON: Hollywood star couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie met Kate Middleton and Prince William for tea at a private Kensington Palace meeting.

         Nine trapped in unlicensed coal mine in China    
BEIJING: Nine persons have been trapped inside an unlicensed coal mine when they broke into it without permission in China’s eastern Fujian Province.

         French terror suspect took selfie with beheaded victim    
FONTAINES-SUR-SAONE, FRANCE: The top suspect in the beheading of a businessman that French authorities are calling a terrorist attack took a “selfie” photo with the slain victim and sent the image via WhatsApp to a Canadian mobile phone number, officials said Saturday.

         Kurds drive IS jihadists from Syria's Kobane: monitor    
BEIRUT: Kurdish fighters ousted the Islamic State group from the Syrian border town of Kobane today, two days after the jihadists had seized several neighbourhoods, a monitor and activists said. IS's bloody attack on the town had left at least 174 civilians dead as well as 70 combatants, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

         Kurds drive IS jihadists from Syria's Kobane: monitor    
BEIRUT: Kurdish fighters ousted the Islamic State group from the Syrian border town of Kobane today, two days after the jihadists had seized several neighbourhoods, a monitor and activists said. IS's bloody attack on the town had left at least 174 civilians dead as well as 70 combatants, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

         Swaraj arrives in Thailand for World Sanskrit Conference    
BANGKOK: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today arrived here for the 16th World Sanskrit Conference beginning tomorrow in which over 600 scholars from 60 countries will participate.

         18 suspects arrested for Kuwait bombing    
KUWAIT: Eighteen suspects were arrested following a suicide bombing at a Shia mosque here that killed 27 people and left 222 wounded on Friday, a media report said on Saturday.

         French police interrogate suspect after grisly decapitation    
PARIS: French police interrogated a suspected Islamist today as they tried to piece together an attack in which the man put his boss's severed head on display in the second jihadist attack to hit France in six months.

         At least 27 dead in Tunisia resort attack: ministry    
TUNIS: A gunman opened fire at tourists at a beach resort in Tunisia today, leaving at least 27 people dead, including foreigners, in what the authorities branded a "terrorist attack".

         Kuwait Shia mosque 'hit by suicide blast'    
KUWAIT CITY: A suicide bomber has targeted a Shia mosque around the time of Friday prayers in the Kuwaiti capital, security officials and witnesses say.

         Putin calls Obama to discuss Ukraine, IS advance    
WASHINGTON: Russian President Vladimir Putin today called his US counterpart Barack Obama as the two leaders discussed the situation in Ukraine, the "increasingly dangerous" advance of the Islamic State terror group and the Iran nuclear talks among a host of issues.

         Pak alleges BBC report on MQM confirms India hand in unrest    
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan today said the BBC report that alleged the MQM received funds and training from India confirmed its "suspicions" about an Indian hand in creating instability in the country.

         Decapitated head found in suspected French factory terror attack    
FRANCE: A suspected Islamist attacker pinned a decapitated head covered with Arabic writing to the gates of a gas factory in eastern France on Friday before being arrested, police said.

         1 dead, several hurt in attack on French factory    
SAINT-QUENTIN-FALLAVIER: An attacker carrying an Islamist flag killed one person and injured several others today at a gas factory in eastern France, according to a legal source.

         Pak PM orders probe after reports allege Indian funds for MQM    
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today ordered a probe into the funding of Muttahida Qaumi Movement after a report alleged that India has helped the party with funds and training to create trouble in Karachi, the country's largest city.

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