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#BREAKING Saudi Arabia’s crown prince named prime minister, according to decree
Politician-cum-actor Ravi Kishan has allegedly been duped of Rs 3.25 crore by a Mumbai-based businessman, his public relations officer said on Tuesday.
Ravi Kishan had given the money to accused Jain Jitendra Ramesh in 2012. When nudged to return it, Ramesh allegedly handed him 12 cheques of Rs 34 lakh each.
The actor, also the Lok Sabha MP from here, deposited one of the cheques at an SBI branch here on December 7 last year but it got bounced.
#WATCH | “…Partnership b/w our countries- India & US, is one of most consequential in world. It is vital to address every global challenge that people face…” says US Secy of state Antony Blinken
Vijay Nair, former CEO of event mgmt company Only Much Louder and an accused in the Delhi Excise Policy case, arrested by CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation): Sources
Rajasthan crisis: Congress observers recommend disciplinary action against 3 party leaders including ministers and chief whip, say sources
LIVE: President Droupadi Murmu’s address at the inauguration of St. Joseph’s University, Bengaluru
#BREAKING Putin says Russia wants to ‘save people’ in Moscow-held Ukrainian territories holding referendum
Supreme Court constitution bench will hear tomorrow pleas challenging the Centre’s decision to demonetize currency notes of Rs 500 & Rs 1000. Five Judge bench headed by Justice Abdul Nazeer will hear the matter tomorrow
Anti-smog guns mandatory at all construction and demolition sites larger than 5,000 square metres, said Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai as reported by PTI.
When I was in Tokyo earlier this year, little did I imagine I would be back for the solemn programme of former PM Abe’s state funeral. He was a great leader, a phenomenal individual and someone who believed in India-Japan friendship. He shall live on in the hearts of millions!
SC on Tuesday reserved verdict on pleas challenging constitutional amendment on 10 per cent quota to EWS in jobs, admissions.
National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Chief Secretary of Haryana to deposit a sum of Rs 100 crore towards environmental compensation for continuing damage to the environment.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut’s lawyer completes his arguments on bail, ED to argue on the next date as special PMLA court adjourns matter till 10th October.
Supreme Court Collegium recommends the elevation of Justice Dipankar Datta, Chief Justice of Bombay High Court as Judge of the apex Court.
Gujarat | Union Home Minister Amit Shah lays the foundation stone of a 750-bed hospital in Gandhinagar

CM Bhupendra Patel also present

A school bus carrying 40 children met with an accident in Sagar’s Rahatgarh in Madhya Pradesh. One child died. All other children are safe said Sagar Collector Deepak Arya, as reported by ANI.
The Yamuna river in Delhi is flowing above the danger mark as the river’s level reached 206.16 meters at 8 am, today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida hold a bilateral meeting in Tokyo. The Prime Minister will also attend the state funeral of Japanese ex-Premier Shinzo Abe who was shot dead on July 8 during an election campaign in the western city of Nara.
“4 persons linked with PFI detained from the Nagarbera area yesterday.Our operation against PFI is on in many parts of the district,” said Hiren Nath, ADGP (Special Branch) Assam.
#WATCH | Early morning ‘aarti’ being performed at Delhi’s Chhatarpur Temple, on the second day of Navratri
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday arrived in Tokyo to attend the state funeral of former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe who was attacked on July 8 during a campaign speech and died later that day.
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PM Modi To Attend Shinzo Abe’s Funeral Today In Japan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the state funeral of Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday. Representatives from over 100 countries, including more than 20 heads of states and governments, are expected to attend Abe’s funeral on Tuesday at the Budokan, an indoor sporting facility.
Modi will also hold a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. 
Abe was shot dead while making a campaign speech three months ago in the southern Japanese city of Nara.
“I will be conveying heartfelt condolences to Prime Minister Kishida and Mrs. Abe on behalf of all Indians. We will continue working to further strengthen India-Japan relations as envisioned by Abe San. @kishida230,” PM Modi said.
At a media briefing, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said Modi will attend the state funeral ceremony at Budokan, followed by a greeting occasion at Akasaka Palace, besides meeting Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Abe’s wife Akie.
Congress Observers To Submit Report On Rajasthan Crisis
Upset over an open rebellion in Rajasthan, Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Monday sought a written report on it from party observers Mallikarjun Kharge and Ajay Maken. The report is likely to be submitted today.
Kharge and Maken, who were sent as observers to Jaipur for a Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting, briefed Gandhi in the evening after their return to Delhi.
They are expected to recommend disciplinary action against those behind the move, including minister Shanti Dhariwal and Rajasthan Congress chief whip Mahesh Joshi.
SBSP Rebel Leaders To Float New Party On Tuesday
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) rebel leaders have accused party chief Om Prakash Rajbhar of deviating from the core principles of the party and said that they will float a new party on Tuesday. “A ‘mahapanchayat’ has been convened here on Tuesday where a new party will be announced,” former national vice-president of SBSP Mahendra Rajbhar told reporters here.
SBSP workers from all over the state will quit the parent party and will join the new party which will be named ‘Suheldev Swabhiman Party’ after discussing it with the workers, Mahendra Rajbhar said.
About 1,000 workers of the SBSP will join the new party tomorrow, Mahendra Rajbhar said.
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