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Jats call off stir but border points, central Delhi stay on alert - Times of India
Monday is likely to be a near-normal working day in the capital after Jat protesters called off their plan to lay siege to Parliament, following a truce reached after a marathon meeting between community leaders and the Haryana government on Sunday.
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IAF fighter jet crashes in Gujarat's Kutch, pilot killed - Times of India
Stand by Ramzan ceasefire but will retaliate against unprovoked attacks: Nirmala Sitharaman - Times of India
Won’t be surprised if BJP loses in 2019: Naidu - K Venkateshwarlu, Hindu
CBDT: Records on Nirav Modi case safe, shifted out before fire - Times of India
As farmers' agitation enters Day-3, vegetable prices soar - Times of India
Two BSF personnel killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir - Peerzada Ashiq, Hindu
India to go ahead with S-400 defence deal with Russia - Shishir Gupta, Hindustan Times
Lt Gen Ranbir Singh appointed Northern Army Commander - Times of India
IMD predicts 100% rainfall in north-west - Rajesh Kumar, Pioneer
Voting in bypolls to 4 Lok Sabha, 10 assembly seats begins, BJP faces united opposition - Hindustan Times
Jairam Ramesh may lead Congress campaign in 2019 Lok Sabha elections - Sandeep Phukan & Sobhana K Nair, Hindu
Centre in no mood to extend Ramzan ceasefire in Kashmir - Pioneer
SP-BSP Alliance in UP Will be a Challenge for BJP in 2019, Says Amit Shah - News18
Congress: Ticket to one who gets biggest crowd for Rahul rally - Salil Mekaad, Times of India
Kerala nurse taking care of Nipah patients dies; death toll rises to 10 - Times of India
With 881 incidents, LoC violations highest since ’03 - Rajat Pandit, Times of India
Former MD of PNB was aware of Nirav Modi fraud, says CBI - Ram Sahgal, Economic Times
No Confusion! The Karnataka mandate was anti-Congress: Amit Shah - Quint
Kumaraswamy's oath-taking on May 23 - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
J&K: Three militants suspected to be infiltrators killed in gunfight in Kupwara district, says Army - Scroll
Narendra Modi in J&K: Hurriyat leaders ask for talks with prime minister - Firstpost
Central govt carries out reshuffle in top bureaucracy involving 24 secretaries - Mahesh Langa, Hindu
Jammu and Kashmir: Ceasefire halts forces’ forward march against terrorists - Manu Pubby, Economic Times
Despite TMC sweep, BJP strikes a chord among West Bengal’s Adivasis - Aishik Chanda, NewIndianExpress
No stay on SC/ST Act order: Govt says SC usurping power of legislature, judges disagree - Ananthakrishnan G, Indian Express
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