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[wanabidii] Top Headlines: Sacked AAP ex-minister held after woman in sex CD says he raped her

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Daily Newsletter | Sunday, September 04, 2016
Sacked AAP ex-minister held after woman in sex CD says he raped her
In a dramatic development, the woman who featured in the sex CD of former AAP minister Sandeep Kumar turned up at the Sultanpuri police station in outer Delhi on Saturday and accused him of raping her. Police registered an FIR against the MLA after which he was arrested late in the evening.
Will Flood Kashmir With Suicide Bombers: Hizb
Kashmir’s most-wanted terrorist and the man who keeps the Valley on the boil, Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, vowed on Saturday to block any peaceful political resolution to the Kashmir conflict. He threatened to train more Kashmiri suicide bombers, who would turn the Valley into “a graveyard for Indian forces”, and to take his struggle outside Kashmir.
3 ex-CJIs echo judge’s claim on SC collegium
Transparency and consensus are needed in the Supreme Court collegium proceedings for selecting judges, three former CJIs have said in support of Justice J Chelameswar’s unprecedented decision to stay away from collegium meetings.
Lewd films corrupt young minds, Madras HC says
Ticking off filmdom for obscenity, the judge then said, "Media is a powerful teacher, whose teachings are never forgotten by people. Therefore, film makers should realise their responsibility to imbibe good thoughts in the minds of the youth.
Muslim organisations denounce hate speech
The Hussein Madavoor faction of the Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen (KNM) is planning a campaign in 100 locations in the state starting from Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi Day on September 16 which will conclude on Gandhi Jayanthi Day. Extreme Salafis have asked the Muslims not to celebrate the birthdays as such functions are un-Islamic.
Annigeri names road after Kalburgi
Recalling his role, Shantakumar Harlapur, an activist, said that Kalburgi had challenged the opinion of archaeological experts on about 600 human skulls that were found during digging of a site in outskirts of town.
WhatsApp privacy policy challenged in Delhi High Court: 5 things to know
A public interest litigation in the Delhi High Court (HC) challenges the change in WhatsApp's privacy policy. As a part of a crucial update to the messaging app's policy, it will now share user data with its parent company, social networking giant Facebook. The litigants have argued that Whatsapp's terms of service are “deceptive" and difficult to comprehend for a layperson.
Reliance Jio 4G services: All compatible smartphones listed
Want to try Reliance Jio's new 4G data and free voice calls offer? Not sure which all smartphones the services will be available on? Here's a comprehensive list of smartphones supporting Reliance Jio's 4G services.
Samsung's loss could be Apple's gain
In a setback for Samsung and a somewhat happy news for Apple as it prepared to launch iPhone 7, the global recall by the south Korean giant of its flagship premium device Galaxy Note 7 over battery explosion fears is certainly going to affect its future prospects, experts said on Friday.
Our goal is to be the top-ranked Test team: Rohit Sharma
A farcical washout during the fourth and final Test at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago forced the Indian team to surrender their number one ranking in the format but the team is now embarking on a mission to regain the top spot during a busy home season that starts with the New Zealand series later this month.
India register big win over higher-ranked Puerto Rico
Masterminded superbly by ace striker Sunil Chhetri, a dominant India scripted a sensational 4-1 win over higher-ranked Puerto Rico in an international football friendly at the Andheri Sports Complex stadium on Saturday.
Virat Kohli is world's best batsman: Brett Lee
TOI caught up with Brett Lee who is in Chennai to mentor the Ruby Kanchi Warriors in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL), and spoke about Virat Kohli's aggression, why he rates Jasprit Bumrah as the best Indian pacer and why Mitchell Starc needs to carry his ODI form to Test cricket.
There's no free lunch in economics: Rajan
Outgoing RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Saturday rejected the idea of the government taking a special dividend from the central bank for recapitalization of public sector lenders, saying 'there is no free lunch'.
'I have seen many low phases in my career'
As Emraan Hashmi gears up for his upcoming film,'Raaz Reboot', he tells Bombay Times how he understands the significance of relationships a lot better now.
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