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US warship destroys Iranian drone, says Trump

WASHINGTON:  US President Donald Trump has announced that a US warship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz.

Impeachment move fails, Trump steps up attacks on 'left wing' Democrats

NEW YORK:  Democratic Party leaders in the House of Representatives have thwarted an attempt by the more impetuous members to impeach President Donald Trump, but the reprieve was clouded by a vote to prosecute two members of his cabinet for criminal contempt.

Saravana Bhavan owner dies in Chennai hosptial

CHENNAI:  The founder of Saravana Bhavan chain of South Indian restaurant P. Rajagopal, who surrendered last week to serve a life term for a murder committed decades back, died here on Thursday morning in a private hospital, police said.

SC agrees to hear 6 more rebel Karnataka MLAs

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear impleadment plea of five more rebel Karnataka legislators against Assembly Speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar's decision to not accept their resignations.

Muslims, Dalits to apply for arms licenses

LUCKNOW: Muslims, Dalits and tribals will now start applying for arms licenses for self-defence, following increase in incidents of mob lynching.

Capt Amarinder leaves SYL canal issue to SC committee in the national interest

CHANDIGARH: Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has expressed the hope that the Supreme Court’s directive on the formation of a committee of officers by Punjab and Haryana would lead to a long-term, just and equitable solution to the vexed SYL problem in the backdrop of the worsening water situation in his state.

India's 1st dolphin research centre to come up after 8-yr delay

PATNA:  The foundation stone of India's first dolphin research centre will be laid here on October 5, after an eight-year delay since it was first mooted, an officer confirmed.

RS adjourned twice over uproar on disinvestment, Karnataka crisis

NEW DELHI:  Amid uproar over Karnataka crisis and protest against disinvestment, the Rajya Sabha proceedings were twice adjourned on Tuesday.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

Religion is not to disempower: Kangana on Zaira

MUMBAI: Actress Kangana Ranaut has said that the fundamental quality of any religion was to empower and not disempower an individual. She was reacting on Zaira Wasim's decision to quit acting.

US threatens more sanctions on Iran over uranium limits

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has threatened to impose additional sanctions on Iran for exceeding the enriched uranium reserve limit set in the 2015 nuclear deal.

Punjab CM disappointed over no fund allocation for Guru Nanak's Parkash Utsav in BJP budget

CHANDIGARH: Trashing the Union Budget 2019-20 as completely lacking in vision, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday said it had nothing to offer to any section of the society, ignoring even critical sectors like Defence and making no allocation for the historic 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.

We must sue Facebook, Google: Trump

WASHINGTON:  US President Donald Trump has threatened to sue tech giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter, saying they are spreading political bias against the Republicans.

US cyberattack on rocket launchers failed attempt: Iran

TEHRAN:  The recent US cyberattack against Iranian missile control systems failed to cause any problems for Tehran, a Minister said in a tweet on Monday.

Doctors in Himachal continue with 'pen down' strike

SHIMLA:  The government doctors in Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday continued with the two-hour 'pen down' strike over the failure to arrest an accused involved in assaulting and abusing a female doctor.

Himachal doctors protest against assault on female doctor

SHIMLA:  Government doctors across Himachal Pradesh's Mandi district on Tuesday observed a 'pen down' strike for two hours over the failure to arrest an accused involved in assaulting and abusing a female doctor posted in Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur's home constituency.

CBI files chargsheet against former head of Adhyatmik Vishwa Vidyalya on rape allegations

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a charge sheet against then Head of Adhyatmik Vishwa Vidhyalaya, Vijay Vihar Phase-I, Rohini, Delhi U/s. 376(2) (f), (i), (k), (n) and 506 of IPC before the Designated Court at Delhi.

Sawant can warn poor against pollution, but not casinos: Congress

PANAJI: The Congress on Thursday questioned Chief Minister Pramod Sawant's resolve to rein in offshore casinos from dumping sewage into the Mandovi river off Panaji, in which the vessels are parked.

FIR against 3 in UP Bar Council chief's murder

AGRA:  Sunny Yadav, the nephew of slain Uttar Pradesh Bar Council president Darwesh Yadav has named Manish Sharma, his wife Vandana and another lawyer Vineet Gulecha as the accused in the murder of the first woman chief of the council, who was shot dead in a lawyers chamber.


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