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       HEADLINES: 25 injured in accident                                              AISF unit secretary Vivek expelled from organisation                                              I’ve not spoken anything against army, says Kodiyeri                                              Four killed in separate accidents                                              BJP or RSS need not dictate food habit in Kerala: Pinarayi                                              Army guns down intruder along LoC                                              CBSE declares results for Class XII, Raksha Gopal tops                                              Modi greets nation on Ramzan, prays for peace and harmony                                              PM appreciates surveys on his govt's performance                                              Pakistan violates ceasefire, porter killed                                              Pak reopens Chaman Border crossing after 22 days                                              Chennai surfers dominate Day Two of 'Indian Open of Surfing'                                              Indian umpire Nitin Menon to officiate in English county                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         UP horror: Women molested in broad daylight, video goes viral    
RAMPUR: Highlighting yet another case of lawlessness spreading in the state, a video of two girls being molested openly by a group of young men in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur district, has set the social media on fire.

         Indian Army ‘in domination’ along LoC, border: Jaitley    
NEW DELHI: The Indian Army is in “domination” along the full stretch of the Line of Control (LoC) and the international border in Jammu and Kashmir and is “fully prepared” to deal with any security challenge, defence minister Arun Jaitley said.

         ULFA (I) triggers blast at gas pipeline in Assam    
SIBSAGAR (ASSAM): Suspected anti-peace talk ULFA (I) militants triggered an explosion at a gas pipeline in Charaideo district, police said Sunday.

         Shutdown in Kashmir Valley due to protests over killing of Hizbul commander    
SRINAGAR: A spontaneous shutdown was today observed in the Kashmir Valley following violent protests in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, even as a person was injured in Anantnag during clashes with security forces.

         Maneka Gandhi lauds govt's new rules on cattle slaughter    
NEW DELHI:Union minister Maneka Gandhi today lauded the government's move to ban sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets.

         BJD seeks a white paper on demonetisation    
BHUBANESWAR: BJD, which had supported demonisitisation, Saturday sought a white paper on its impact and asked the Centre to inform the people as to how much black money was seized.

         After Rahul, now Akhilesh denied entry to Saharanpur    
SAHARANPUR: Samajwadi Party chief and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday was denied permission to enter the riot-hit Saharanpur district, hours after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was stopped at the outskirts of the border.

         Three Bihar children tied up in Allahabad shelter home    
ALLAHABAD: Three children from Bihar, who were brought here on the pretext of jobs and rescued from the railway station, were kept in a shelter home “with their limbs tied”, apparently to prevent them from fleeing.

         Rahul reaches Saharanpur, discusses situation with locals    
SAHARANPUR: Despite being denied permission to visit Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday reached the riot-hit area and interacted with locals.

         Burhan Wani's successor Sabzar Bhat killed in Kashmir encounter    
SRINAGAR: Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Burhan Wani, was on Saturday killed along with another militant in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of Kashmir's Pulwama district.

         HC agrees to hear law suit involving President    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court Friday agreed to hear a plea challenging the trial court's order dismissing a suit filed against the President of India seeking deletion of some portions from his book published in 2016 for allegedly hurting Hindu sentiments.

         JKNPP demands scrapping of FIR against Major Gogoi    
JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) Friday criticised the BJP governments at the Centre and in the state over slapping of an FIR against Major Leetul Gogoi and held protests demanding its immediate scrapping.

         IAF participates in joint exercise with Thai air force    
NEW DELHI: The Indian Air Force has participated in a five-day exercise with Royal Thailand Air Force at Thai city of Chiang Mai to enhance cooperation in executing relief missions.

         Delhi Police busts Kidney racket, arrests four    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police on Friday busted a kidney racket in which four people were arrested. A person named Jaideep pretended himself as a Kidney donor and with the help of the Crime Branch investigating team, busted the gang.

         Atal Pension Yojana reaches 53 lakh subscriber base    
NEW DELHI: The subscriber base under the Atal Pension Yojana (APY) has reached about 53 lakh. At present 235 banks and the Department of Posts are involved with the implementation of the scheme.

         Jaideep Mazumdar appointed next Ambassador of India to Philippines    
NEW DELHI: Jaideep Mazumdar has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Philippines. The 1989 batch IFS officer is presently Joint Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs.

         TN hotels to shut down on May 30 over GST rates    
COIMBATORE: As a mark of disagreement with the exorbitant tax rates under the much-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill to be rolled out on July 1, hotels and restaurants across Tamil Nadu will observe a one-day shutdown on May 30.

         CBSE will declare results on time: Javadekar    
GANDHINAGAR: Amid uncertainty over the announcement of class XII CBSE results following a Delhi High Court order, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar Thursday said the board will declare the results on time and that students need not panic.

         Working for Rs 2 per day for 17 years, man moves HC    
CHENNAI: Serving as a part-time sweeper for a paltry Rs. two per day in Tamil Nadu animal husbandry department for the past 17 years, a man has knocked at the doors of Madras High Court seeking regularisation of his service.

         J&K: 12 feared dead after bus plunges in gorge near Poonch    
POONCH: Many feared dead after bus carrying students of a private school from Rajouri's Manjakote plunged into a gorge near Poonch's Mughal Road of Jammu and Kashmir.

         INS Ganga retiring on May 28    
NEW DELHI: Indian Navy frigate INS Ganga will be placed in non-operational category from May 28, followed by decommissioning, after 32 years of service.

         Over 3,000 Tamil Nadu mosques to get free rice during Ramzan    
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami has approved supply of 4,900 tonnes of free rice to some 3,000 mosques in the state during the fasting month of Ramzan starting later this month. The mosques will use the rice to make gruel.

         Army free to take decisions in Jammu, says Jaitley    
NEW DELHI: Army officers are free to take decisions in a "war-like" zone, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said, amid raging controversy over a Major tying a man to a jeep in Kashmir purportedly as a shield against stone pelters.

         PM Modi to inaugurate India's longest bridge in Assam on Friday    
GUWAHATI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Dhola-Sadiya Bridge on the Brahmaputra, the country's longest bridge, in Assam on May 26.

         Hemkund Sahib opens after winter closure    
GOPESHWAR: The Sikh shrine of Hemkund Sahib was reopened this morning with over five thousand devotees paying obeisance at shrine in the Himalayas.

         Dog named Trump kidnapped in north Delhi    
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police is looking for a nine-year-old dog named Trump who was allegedly kidnapped from north Delhi's Roop Nagar.

         Mumbai: Man beaten to death over suspicion of mobile theft    
MUMBAI: Yet another case of brutality was reported from Mumbai's Saki Naka area, where a 24-year-old man was allegedly beaten to death over suspicion of mobile theft.

         Elderly man burnt to death in house fire    
BHOPAL: A 70-year-old man was charred to death in a fire at his house here in the wee hours Wednesday, a police official said. The dead, identified as K B Punru, and his other family members were sleeping in their house in a colony near the city airport at around 2 am when the blaze erupted, Gandhi Nagar police station in-charge Kuldeep Khatri said.

         Chandraswami cremated, with little fanfare and no VIPs    
NEW DELHI: The mortal remains of controversial godman Chandraswami were consigned to flames at Nigambodh Ghat here Wednesday -- a quiet farewell to a man who once counted the mighty and powerful as his friends.

         Miraculous escape for man as car falls off bridge    
UDHAGAMANDALAM: A tourist escaped with minor injuries when the car he was driving fell off a bridge Wednesday from a height of 50 feet on to a railway track between Ellanahalli and Ketti in the Coonoor-Ooty section.

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