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       HEADLINES: Skirmishes at Munnar strike pandal shame to democratic Kerala: Oommen Chandy                                              Munnar skirmish: Police’s attempt to move striking members to hospital failed                                              Mani hasn’t made anti-women statements: Kodiyeri                                              Delaying Senkumar’s appointment akin to challenging rules of land: Chennithala                                              ‘Collector Bro’ all praise for new education loan repayment scheme                                              Dinakaran case: Delhi Police arrests hawala operator Naresh                                              Malegaon blast: Col. Purohit moves SC after HC rejects bail                                              SC to hear plea against linking Aadhaar with PAN cards                                              Judicial investigation report against Robert Vadra                                              Possibility of major conflict with N Korea: Trump                                              Brilliant Uthappa powers KKR to top of IPL 10                                              Samuels replaces injured de Kock                                              Kapil Dev's wax figure to grace Madame Tussauds Delhi                                              Gujarat Lions dismiss RCB for 134 allout in IPL                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Gold bars worth Rs. 34 lakh seized from AI flight in Goa    
PANAJI: Goa Customs Friday seized eleven gold bars worth Rs. 34 lakh, which were found concealed in a packet hidden beneath a seat, from an Air India aircraft after it landed at the airport here, an official said.

         Manipur: Four Congress leaders join BJP    
IMPHAL: In a yet another blow to the Congress, four more MLAs from the party joined the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Friday.

         Mumbai model granted bail with precondition of payment of fine    
MUMBAI: A Mumbai Court on Friday suspended the sentence given to actor and model Preeti Jain for four weeks to appeal in the High Court.

         Chhattisgarh Assembly passes GST Bill    
RAIPUR: The Chhattisgarh Assembly on Friday passed the Goods and Service Tax (GST) Bill. Expressing his happiness, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh asserted that the people of the nation are getting associated with this, which will bring positive hope for the state.

         Rishi Kapoor angry at Gen Y actors for skipping Vinod Khanna's funeral    
MUMBAI: Veteran star Rishi Kapoor, in a series of tweets, has slammed the "actors of this generation" for not attending Vinod Khanna's funeral last evening.

         Vinu Chakravarthee passes away    
CHENNAI: Famous South Indian film star Vinu Chakravarthee (71) died on Thursday following old-age related diseases. He has acted in about 40 Malayalam films, appearing in important roles. Vinu Chakravarthee was born in December 15, 1945. He rose to fame as a best Tamil actor, script writer and director; he acted in more than 1000 movies including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Badaga and Malayalam. He has won the heart of film viewers as a comedian, villain and supporting actor.

         Indian-origin father strangles son to death in S Africa    
JOHANNESBURG: An Indian-origin man has been arrested in South Africa for allegedly strangling his seven- year-old son to death while his four-year-old daughter watched in horror.

         UP school issues bizarre diktat: Yogi haircut    
MEERUT: In a bizarre diktat, a school in Meerut has asked its students to sport Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's 'hair cut' triggering resentment among the students and their parents.

         Use social media in all missing cases: HC to police    
NEW DELHI: To ensure missing persons are traced soon enough, the Delhi High Court today directed the Delhi Police to flash photographs of such persons on the social media "without fail."

         Udaipur boy tops JEE-Main, scores 100 per cent    
NEW DELHI: Kalpit Veerval, hailing from Udaipur in Rajasthan, has topped the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main with a perfect 100 per cent score.

         Kupwara: Stone pelting resumes on army camp    
KUPWARA: Stone pelting returned to haunt the Valley on Thursday, as a mob was seen hurling stones and bricks at Army personnel near the site of the terror attack in Kupwara.

         Demonetised currency notes recycled to develop usable products    
AHMEDABAD: In a bid to recycle waste and turn it into something useful, students of the National Institute of Design (NID) here are attempting to develop usable products from scrapped currency notes.

         J-K: Separatist leader Asiya Andrabi arrested    
SRINAGAR: Separatist leader Asiya Andrabi has been arrested in Srinagar. Andrabi, the founder of the Dukhtaran-e-Millat, an Islamist separatist organisation is also a member of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference.

         Amroha: Another case of triple talaq 'through speed post' emerges    
AMROHA (UP): Another instance of triple talaq has come to light in Uttar Pradesh 's Amroha district where a woman named Alka Parvin received divorce papers through speed post.

         AAP's Punjab affairs in-charge Sanjay Singh resigns    
NEW DELHI: In the firing line after the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) dismal show in the Punjab Assembly polls and the more-recently held MCD elections, party's Punjab affairs in-charge Sanjay Singh and organisation-building head Durgesh Pathak have resigned from their respective posts.

         War veteran BJP's BK Oberoi wins political battle in Rajouri    
New Delhi: A septuagenarian war veteran, Col (retd) BK Oberoi, the BJP's candidate from the Rajouri Garden ward has won another battle, albeit on a different turf. Oberoi, 70, trounced the AAP's Manpreet Singh by a margin of 3,237 votes to secure a seat in the South Delhi Municipal Corporation.

         MCD: Cong bags 11 pc more votes than Assembly polls, AAP loses    
New Delhi, Apr 26: The Congress, which finished a distant third in the MCD polls, has got around 11 per cent more votes than the 2015 Assembly election, while the AAP's vote share came down to half of its previous tally. The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which bagged 181 of 270 wards in all three civic bodies today, has managed to increase its vote share by around 5 per cent. The party's vote share was 32.2 per cent in the 2015 Assembly election.

         Court clears controversial bizman Abhishek Verma in graft case    
New Delhi: Controversial Arms dealer Abhishek Verma, his wife and two others, were today discharged by a special court in a graft case lodged by the CBI against them to keep a German firm out of the Defence Ministry's blacklist. They were accused of making payments to some officials to influence the Defence Ministry. Special CBI Judge Anju Bajaj Chandna also cleared Verma and his Romanian wife Anca Verma in a money laundering case filed by Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the matter.

         SC pulls up five states for not appointing food commissions    
New Delhi, Apr 26: The Supreme Court today pulled up the governments of drought-hit states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Karnataka for not appointing state food commissions or making them operational. A bench of Justices M B Lokur and N V Ramana, which had summoned the Chief Secretaries of ten states on the issue, directed that the state food commissions must be appointed as per the provisions of the National Food Security Act (NFSA).

         Dinakaran accepts meeting Sukesh, denies paying him    
New Delhi: After three days of continuous grilling, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader T T V Dinakaran has finally accepted that he met Sukesh Chandrashekhar, the man alleged to be the middleman in his bribery dealing with the Election Commission of India (ECI).

         Delhi Univ to introduce course on 'how to write Facebook posts'    
New Delhi: The Delhi University is all set to introduce a course on “how to write Facebook posts” for its English literature students. The varsity had recently proposed adding bestselling author Chetan Bhagat’s debut novel “Five Point Someone” as a “General Elective” paper for students of honours courses other than English, a choice that drew sharp reactions on the social media.

         Remove Sasikala's portraits from AIADMK HQ: OPS faction    
CHENNAI: Stepping up its attack on V K Sasikala, the AIADMK faction led by O Panneerselvam on Tuesday demanded that her portraits be removed from the party headquarters here.

         Madras HC orders liquor vends shutdown for three months    
CHENNAI:The Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered the Tamil Nadu Government to not open any Tasmac liquor shops for the next three months after Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam's (DMK) plea on government's attempt to circumvent the Supreme Court's order.

         Ex-UP minister Prajapati granted bail in gang rape case    
LUCKNOW: Former Uttar Pradesh Minister Gayatri Prajapati was on Tuesday granted bail in a case pertaining to gang rape of a minor.

         Naxals were armed with rocket launchers, AK-47s    
CHHATTISGARH: The villagers came first, and then the Naxalites, dressed in black. "They were some 300 Naxalites, all wearing black," a jawan of the Central Reserve Police Force said. The jawan was among those injured in the Naxalite attack that took 25 lives in Chhattisgarh on Monday.

         PFA denies association with Kalkaji 'vigilante attack'    
NEW DELHI: People For Animals (PFA) activist Gaurav Gupta on Monday denied any association with the Kalkaji 'vigilante attack', where three men transporting buffaloes in the national capital were allegedly assaulted.

         Govt not imposing Hindi but promoting it: Rijiju    
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Monday said it is not imposing Hindi on anyone but promoting it like other regional languages. "We are not imposing Hindi but promoting Hindi like any other language," Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju told reporters here.

         High time now to control anarchist 'gau rakshaks': Owaisi    
HYDERABAD: Alleging that the NDA government is not sincere in reining in cow vigilantes, the AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi said it is high time that a stern action is taken against them.

         Punjab CM approves setting up of Anti-Terror Squad    
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Monday approved the setting up of an Anti-Terror Squad (ATS), as part of the Intelligence Wing, to break the nexus between militants and gangsters in the state's prisons.

         Special double-decker overnight AC chair car trains to be launched in July    
NEW DELHI: The Indian Railways will launch in July a special double decker, air-conditioned train service for overnight journeys on high-demand routes such as New Delhi-Lucknow, a senior Railway Ministry officer has said.

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