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Karnataka will be up in flames if RSS leader Prabhakar Bhat is arrested: BSY warns govt - News Minute
Two days after prohibitory orders under Section 144 were lifted in Dakshina Kannada, the district administration held a peace meet in Mangaluru on Thursday. This was the first peace-building effort after violence had erupted in the district following RSS activist Sharath Madivala’s murder.
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Tripura tribal activists beat TV channel journo to death - Biswendu Bhattacharjee, Times of India
Mumbai rains latest update: Schools shut, more downpour expected - Economic Times
Yogi counts Govt feats, says no riot in UP in six months - Pioneer
DMK slams TN Guv; demands resignation of CM, Speaker - India Today
AAP govt’s free WiFi project fails to take off in Delhi, unlikely to meet deadline - Sweta Goswami, Hindustan Times
Pradhyumn murder case: Haryana government recommends CBI probe, takes over school management for 3 months - Times of India
CPM MP expelled for controversial ‘anti-Bengali leadership’, ‘Muslim quota’ remarks - Aishik Chanda, NewIndianExpress
Flash flood affects 40,000 in Assam, Manipur counts losses - Utpal Parashar & Sobhapati Samom, Hindustan Times
Jaipur on edge after youth dies in firing, mobile internet suspended - Times of India
Haryana government orders criminal case against Ryan, probe finds major safety lapses - Shubhra Pant & Shakir Mir, Times of India
Jaipur violence: One dead, curfew imposed in parts of city after mob sets vehicles ablaze - Firstpost
Gurugram: 7-year-old student found dead in school toilet - NewsX
Five killed as bus stand roof collapses near Coimbatore - Times of India
National Investigative Agency arrested two notorious stone pelters in Kashmir - Anil Raina, Mumbai Mirror
On their first ride, Lucknow Metro and 101 passengers stuck for over an hour - Indian Express
Gurung on run; Darjeeling bandh enters 82nd day - Saugar Sengupta, Pioneer
Bengal Police team shot GJM worker: Sikkim Police FIR - Ravik Bhattacharya, Indian Express
Clashes between youth, security forces after Eid prayers in J&K - Hindu
Former Gujarat Congress MLA Raghavji Patel joins BJP; seventh in last ten days to do so - Firstpost
Tsunami of trash engulfs East Delhi border - Pioneer
Strike continues in Darjeeling; Binay Tamang removed from post - Economic Times
AAP keeps pledge; no power rate hike for 3rd year running - Rahiba R Parveen, Pioneer
7th Pay Commission: Odisha to Implement Recommendations from September - News18
Three Wipro employees among 8 killed in UK road crash - Business Standard
Arvind Kejriwal catches big break, AAP wins by-election easily - Sonal Mehrotra Kapoor, NDTV
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