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       HEADLINES: Thomas Chandy's missing file found                                              Charge sheet against P Jayarajan accepted                                              Spicing musical treat with visual delights                                              Dileep approaches HC again, bail-plea to be considered by afternoon                                              Fishing boat drowns in Kochi                                              Dawood's brother Iqbal Kaskar arrested in extortion case                                              India seeks probe on nuclear proliferation links between Pak, N Korea                                              Heavy rains lash Mumbai, BMC on alert                                              ISI plans to establish Rohingyas in India                                              Myanmar doesn't fear international scrutiny: Suu Kyi                                              Sushma, Ivanka discuss women empowerment                                              India win four medals in Asian Martial Arts Games                                              Bairstow to open for England in 1st Windies ODI                                              After Ramkumar's decisive defeat, Yuki gets consolation win                                              Players choose Amarjit to lead India in FIFA U-17 WC                                              After Dhoni, Tendulkar now a biopic on woman cricketer Jhulan                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         7.1 magnitude quake kills at least 100 as buildings collapse in Mexico    
MEXICO CITY: A magnitude 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday, killing at least 100 people as buildings collapsed in plumes of dust and thousands fled into the streets in panic.

         Sushma, Ivanka discuss women empowerment    
NEW YORK: Indian External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj met United States President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump in New York on Monday and discussed the issue of women empowerment.

         Myanmar doesn't fear international scrutiny: Suu Kyi    
NAYPYIDAW: Myanmar State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi has broken her silence on the Rohingya crisis in the country and has said that the government does not fear scrutiny by the international community, even as more than 4,00,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from the northern Rakhine State.

         Nawaz Sharif's wife wins Lahore by-poll    
ISLAMABAD: Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif's wife Begum Kulsoom Nawaz has won the crucial by-election in Lahore. The seat fell vacant after SC disqualified Sharif in Panamagate and instructed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to file references in the regard.

         Trump retweets GIF of him hitting Hillary Clinton with golf ball    
NEW DELHI: The United States President, Donald Trump, has retweeted an edited video that showed him hitting his former presidential campaign rival Hillary Clinton with a golf ball.

         US flies stealth fighters and bombers over Korean peninsula    
SEOUL: The US has flown stealth fighters and advanced bombers over the Korean peninsula as a show of force in the wake of North Korea's latest nuclear and missile tests.

         LeT chief Hafiz Saeed joins poll fray amid tough contest    
WASHINGTON: Dreaded terrorist Hafiz Muhammad Saeed is trying his hands in politics and has put his stooge in an election fray in Pakistan. However, his political stooge is also a designated terrorist.

         Japan PM eyes snap election this year: reports    
Tokyo: Japanese premier Shinzo Abe is considering a snap election as early as next month, reports said Sunday, as he sees recovering public support with attention focused on tensions over North Korea.

         India welcomes US' move to bring reforms in UN peacekeeping    
United Nations: India, one of the top countries contributing to the peacekeeping mission of the UN, has welcomed the US' decision to bring reforms to the practices of the peacekeeping missions of the world body.

         Pakistanis vote in Lahore's NA-120 by-elections    
Lahore: Pakistanis are voting today for the parliamentary seat where the ailing wife of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif is contesting to show that support for the family was undiminished and that the people have rejected the Supreme Court's decision to send its leader home.

         Second arrest in UK Tube bomb attack    
London: A second man has been arrested by Scotland Yard s Counter-Terrorism Command in connection with the bombing at a London Underground train, police said today.

         Bangladesh to build new settlements for Rohingya Muslims    
BANGKOK: Bangladesh, which is facing an unprecedented influx of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, plans to build new settlements to house about 400,000 refugees that entered the country over the past three weeks.

         China agrees to increase Pakistani exports    
LAHORE: China has agreed to address the major concerns of Pakistan regarding preference erosion for Pakistani exports and meaningful market access during the 8th meeting of second phase of China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement (FTA) held in Beijing.

         18-year-old arrested in connection with London Tube attack    
LONDON: British police arrested an 18-year-old man in the southern port of Dover on Saturday in a “significant” development in the hunt for the people behind a London commuter train bombing that injured 30 people a day earlier.

         Islamic State group claims London subway bombing    
LONDON: The Islamic State group is claiming that the London subway explosion was carried out by an affiliated unit. LONDON: The Islamic State group is claiming that the London subway explosion was carried out by an affiliated unit. The claim was posted Friday on channels affiliated with the extremist group. A homemade bomb planted in a rush-hour subway car injured 29 people in London on Friday.

         B'desh PM to raise Rohingya crisis issue at UN General Assembly    
DHAKA: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will make a formal proposal at the upcoming 72nd United Nations General Assembly session for an early implementation of recommendations by the Kofi Annan-led Commission.

         ISIS HQ found operating from a flour mill in Pak    
DHAKA: A headquarter of the ISIS terrorist group has been found operating from a flour mill in Pakistan's Peshawar. The security sources in Pakistan said that the mill was located in the outskirts of Peshawar and it was being used as the headquarter, the Dhaka Tribune reported.

         Blast at Parsons Green metro station in London, several injured    
LONDON: A blast on a London underground train left some passengers with facial burns, London’s Metro newspaper reported on its website.

         North Korea fires another missile    
SEOUL: North Korea has fired an unidentified missile from its capital Pyongyang that landed in the sea after passing over Japan. It was the 15th missile test by North Korea this year and the first since North Korea detonated its most powerful nuclear bomb to date on Sept 3.

         50 killed, 80 injured in ISIS-claimed twin attacks in Iraq    
BAGHDAD: At least 50 people were killed, including some Iranian pilgrims, and over 80 more got injured, when the Islamic State jihadists carried out twin attacks in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah.

         N Korea threatens to sink Japan's four main islands into the sea with nuclear bomb    
PYONGYANG: North Korea has again threatened to sink Japan into the sea with a nuclear bomb and said the U.S. should be "beaten to death like a rabid dog" after the latest sanctions on the shipment of oil products by UN Security Council in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear test.

         25 killed in Malaysia school fire    
KUALA LUMPUR: A fire department official in Malaysia says a fire at an Islamic religious school on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur has killed at least 25 people, mostly teenagers.

         UN chief urges Myanmar to halt attacks on Rohingyas    
United Nations: UN chief Antonio Guterres today called on Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingyas in Rakhine state, acknowledging that the Muslim minority was facing ethnic cleansing.

         Iran inks deals to repair Syria's war-hit power grid    
Tehran: Tehran has signed several agreements with its ally Damascus to improve the production and distribution of electricity in war-ravaged Syria, officials in Iran and Syrian state media said today.

         Rahul Gandhi visits Tesla, Sun Power research facility in US    
Washington: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has visited US-based electric car major Tesla and a solar research centre in California to understand the implications of renewable and clean energy for India. Gandhi, 47, spent several hours at Sun Power and sought information on its advantages and disadvantages.

         Man kills wife, three daughters on suspicion of infidelity in Pak    
KASUR: A Pakistani man on Monday killed his wife and three daughters on suspicion of infidelity in an eastern Punjab district. However, he spared his three sons, whom he had locked up in a room before killing his wife and daughters, The Express Tribune reported.

         N Korea threatens US over imposing harsh sanctions    
WASHINGTON DC: North Korea has warned that United States will pay a "due price," if harsh sanctions against Kim Jong Un and the country are agreed at a United Nations Security Council meeting on Monday, where members will vote on a draft resolution for imposing new sanctions, including freezing the assets of leader Kim Jong Un over its sixth and powerful nuclear test.

         Cannot share Brahmaputra data with India now: China    
BEIJING: China on Tuesday said that it cannot share with India the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra River for the time being as the data collection station in Tibet is being upgraded.

         Hurricane Irma update: Ten killed in Cuba    
WASHINGTON DC: At least ten people have lost their lives in Cuba after Hurricane Irma passed over the northern portion of the Caribbean island over the weekend.

         UN Security Council imposes new sanctions on N Korea    
NEW YORK: The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Monday unanimously adopted new sanctions on North Korea for conducting its sixth and largest nuclear test.

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