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Karnataka: Trust vote spills over again, new deadline 6 pm today

Nearing midnight, with the stalemate still in place, Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar adjourned the House till 10 am Tuesday, with a deadline of 6 pm to complete the floor test.

Jammu and Kashmir: Brothers of rifleman Aurangzeb killed by militants join Territorial Army

Aurangzeb, a soldier posted with 44 Rashtriya Rifles, was abducted and killed by militants in Shopian district in July 2018 when he was headed home, in adjoining Poonch district, to celebrate Eid with the family.

Day after, J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik regrets ‘kill those who looted’ comment

“Whatever I said was in a fit of anger and frustration due to rampant corruption. As a Governor, I should not have said this,” Malik said.

Justice Kureshi elevation: Appointment pending, S-G Tushar Mehta seeks more time from SC

Taking note, a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi adjourned hearing on the matter until August 2.

Jharkhand: 8 held for ‘lynching’ 4 tribals on suspicion of witchcraft

The arrested were among a group of people who allegedly dragged the four elderly people out of their homes at Nagar-Siskari village and beat them to death early Sunday, according to a statement.

Ten killed as van hits truck in Hapur

The victims were returning to Salepur Kotla village in Dhaulana after attending a wedding in Hapur when the accident occurred.

Punjab: Drug case accused dies in custody, SAD demands probe

The autopsy performed before the cremation showed no internal injury, but pointed to excessive bleeding as the cause of death.

Chargesheet filed in Surat fire case

Three accused, including two officers of the Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) and a relative of the builder, have been declared “wanted” in the case.

SP MLAs walk out of UP House over killings of local leaders

SP leader Sanjay Garg, moving an adjournment motion, alleged, “In the past two months, 50 people of Samajwadi Party have been killed in 28 districts."

Sonbhadra firing: Arrested pradhan had grabbed pond for own use

Yagya Dutt’s lawyer, K N Mishra, rejected the allegations against the pradhan as “baseless”. He maintained that the pradhan's land had been encroached upon.

J&K Bank deal: ACB searches insurance firm

The raids followed what the ACB said was a “source report” on an insurance deal “in violation of norms” leading to “undue benefits” to a relative of the bank’s former chairman and the insurance company.

Kerala: Congress MP’s plan to buy car with money from party workers hits roadblock

Haridas, who hails from a poor family of farm workers, wanted to buy an MUV worth Rs 14 lakh.