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         Odisha to set up blood bank for cattle    
 
Bhubaneswar: Odisha is all set to become the first state in the country to have a blood bank for the cattle. Stating this, the Vice-chancellor of the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) Surendra Nath Pasupalak said that the first of its kind blood bank would be established on the premises of OUAT at an estimated cost of Rs 3.25 crore.

 
         Chidambaram questions Modi govt for US remarks on JK    
 
New Delhi: Former home minister P Chidambaram today questioned the Narendra Modi government over the US describing Jammu and Kashmir as "Indian administered" in an official statement and asked how New Delhi accepted it. The US State Department's statement had come just hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington.

 
         Das inaugurates country's biggest fresh water aquarium    
 
Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today inaugurated the country s biggest fresh water aquarium here. Das said that hundreds of varieties of fish and several rare species have been kept at the aquarium which had been named "Ranchi Machchli Ghar" for the people to see, which would surely encourage tourism in the state.

 
         I want to return to India with respect: Nadeem    
 
New Delhi: Nadeem Akhtar Saifi, one half of the famous Nadeem-Shravan composer duo, who has been living in London since 1997 after being accused of his involvement in Gulshan Kumar's murder, has said he wants to return to India.

 
         GST will not affect textile business: Khattar    
 
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the advent of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is not going to adversely affect the textile business.

 
         Mumbai serial blasts 'mastermind' Mustafa Dossa dead    
 
Mumbai: Mustafa Dossa, one of the masterminds of the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts and a close aide of fugitive Dawood Ibrahim, today died of cardiac arrest at a hospital here, a day after the CBI sought capital punishment for the convict. Dossa, 60, died at Mumbai's J J Hospital where he was admitted in the early hours today after complaining of chest pain, a police official said.

 
         Monsoon set to hit Punjab, Haryana by Jun 30    
 
Chandigarh: The southwest monsoon is likely to hit Punjab and Haryana by June 30 even as widespread rains lashed the states today, bringing much relief to people from sultry weather conditions.

 
         Junaid Khan lynching: Four more including 50-yr-old arrested    
 
 
CHANDIGARH: Four persons, including a 50- year-old man, were arrested today in connection with the stabbing of a Muslim youth onboard a Mathura-bound train, an incident which had led to led nation-wide outrage. With the fresh arrests, the total number of accused persons held in the case has risen to five, the police said even though the man who had stabbed 17-year-old Junaid is still at large.

 
         Aadhaar-PAN linking must from July 1, govt notifies rules    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The government has made it mandatory to link existing Aadhaar numbers with PAN of taxpayers with effect from July 1. Amending income tax rules and notifying the same, the government has made quoting of the 12-digit biometric Aadhaar or the enrolment ID a must at the time of application of permanent account number (PAN).

 
         Operations at Jawaharlal Nehru port in Mumbai hit by ransomware    
 
 
MUMBAI: Operations at India's biggest container port in Mumbai hit by ransomware attack, said Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust chairman, Anil Diggikar .

 
         Man runs car over friends; kills one, injures another    
 
BIJNOR: Peeved over an argument, a man ran his car over his friends, killing one of them and injuring another near Noorpur village here, police said Tuesday.

 
         UP: Mother-daughter abducted, gang raped    
 
 
SAMBHAL: A woman and her daughter were abducted from the Bareilly Railway Station and gang raped in Uttar Pradesh's Ginnaur area.

 
         Prison riot: Indrani Mukerjea moves special CBI court claiming assault    
 
 
MUMBAI: Sheena Bora murder case accused Indrani Mukerjea's lawyer filed an application in the special Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) Court in Mumbai, claiming that she has been assaulted by Byculla jail authorities.

 
         Gulberg massacre: Gujarat HC grants bail to VHP leader Atul Vaidya    
 
 
GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday granted bail to convicted Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Atul Vaidya in connection with the Gulberg Society massacre case.

 
         Fast track interlinking river projects: Stalin writes to PM    
 
 
CHENNAI: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) acting president M K Stalin on Tuesday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, asking him to focus on interstate river linking projects to help farmers tackle drought in the country.

 
         Meira Kumar says casteism bug should be buried, bats for equality    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Opposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar on Tuesday categorically stated that there should not be one upmanship on caste for the post of President.

 
         Girl burnt alive for resisting molestation bid    
 
 
BAREILLY: A girl was allegedly burnt alive by her neighbour for resisting a molestation bid in Shahiganeshpur area here, police said Tuesday.

 
         Satisfied with our work: Yogi on completing 100 days in UP    
 
 
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said he was satisfied with the work done by his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government in the first 100 days.

 
         SC refuses to stay Govt's Aadhaar notification    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to pass any order or interim order on a government notification of making the Aadhaar card mandatory for availing benefits of various social welfare schemes.

 
         Pak targets LoC posts with mortar bombs on Eid: Army    
 
 
Jammu: The Pakistani Army violated the ceasefire Monday night by firing from automatic weapons and shelling mortars on Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, the Army said. An eerie silence prevailed during the day in areas along the LoC in Poonch and Rajouri districts as people celebrated Eid. Border guarding forces from either side too exchanged sweets on the International Border in Jammu to mark Eid-ul- Fitr, which marks culmination of the fa

 
         K Kasturirangan heads panel on National Education Policy    
 
NEW DELHI: The HRD ministry has appointed a new nine-member panel, headed by space scientist Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, to work on a New Education Policy (NEP), sources said.

 
         'Act of God' blamed for cable car accident that killed seven in Gulmarg    
 
 
SRINAGAR: The management of the company that operates the gondola cable car service in Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday blamed "an act of God" for the Sunday tragedy which killed seven people including four members of a Delhi family.

 
         CRB visits country's first underwater tunnel project    
 
 
KOLKATA: RAILWAY Board chairman A K Mital Monday visited the country's first underwater tunnel project across River Hooghly, which will provide metro railway connectivity between Howrah and Kolkata.

 
         In talks with India over Mansarovar pilgrimage issue: China    
 
 
BEIJING: China on Monday said it was in talks with India over the denial of entry to 47 Indian pilgrims who were scheduled to travel to Kailash Mansarovar in Tibet through the Nathu-la pass in Sikkim.

 
         CBI arrests a DRT official in alleged bribery case    
 
 
MUMBAI:The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday arrested a Recovery Officer of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DBT) and his accomplice for demanding a bribe of Rs. 7, 00,000.

 
         Municipal Commissioner arrested for taking bribe in MP    
 
 
SATNA: Satna Municipal Commissioner Surendra Kathuria was arrested on Monday by the Lokayukta while accepting Rs. 12 lakh cash and gold worth Rs. 10 lakh as an instalment of bribe.

 
         Miss Haryana Manushi Chhillar crowned Femina Miss India 2017    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The winners are Manushi Chellar from Haryana (Miss India-World), Sana Dua from Kashmir (first runner up) and Priyanka Kumari from Bihar (second runner up).

 
         Indrani Mukherjea, others booked for rioting in Byculla jail    
 
 
MUMBAI: Sheena Bora murder accused Indrani Mukherjea and 200 other women inmates have been booked for rioting in the Byculla Jail here.

 
         Surgical strikes prove India‚Äôs strength, no country questioned it: Modi    
 
 
WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the surgical strikes carried out across the LoC proved that India would not hesitate to take the toughest measures to defend itself, while noting that no country in the world had questioned it -- an apparent swipe at Pakistan.

 
         Sushma attacks Meira Kumar for interrupting her in 2013 LS speech    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Union minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday launched a veiled attack on Meira Kumar, the Opposition's presidential candidate, by posting a video of a 2013 Lok Sabha speech in which the former Speaker was seen repeatedly interrupting the then leader of the opposition. Swaraj had accused the UPA government of corruption in her speech.

 
 
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