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Delhi: Petrol, CNG pumps to remain shut on Monday over govt`s refusal to cut VAT
Nearly 400 petrol pumps will be shut for 23 hours from 6 am on Monday in the national capital.
CBI files FIR against special director Rakesh Asthana accused in bribery case
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday filed an FIR against its special director, Rakesh Asthana, as an accused in a bribery case.
Sabarimala temple: Six women prevented from reaching the shrine on Day 5
At least six women were prevented from the entering the Sabarimala temple Sunday
Even your father could not harm AIADMK, what are you going to do: Palaniswami asks Stalin
Hitting out at DMK, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Sunday claimed it was levelling graft charges against the ruling AIADMK only out of fear of anticipated adverse verdicts against its leaders in pending corruption cases.
Shopkeeper held for storing 256 kg of firecrackers without permission
A 48-year-old shopkeeper was arrested for allegedly storing 256 kilogram of firecrackers without permission to earn heavy profit, police said on Sunday.
Six new Zika cases in Rajasthan; total 123
Most of the cases which have been reported are from Shastri Nagar area 
Omar Abdullah expresses grief over death of soldiers, civilians in Jammu and Kashmir encounter
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday expressed grief over the deaths of the civilians and soldiers killed during two separate encounters in the state.
Jammu and Kashmir: 3 soldiers martyred, Pakistani intruders neutralised in Rajouri enounter
The confrontation took place at Sunderbani sector in the district along the Line of Control (LoC).
Arvind Kejriwal kick-starts door-to-door campaign for 2019 Lok Sabha elections
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday started door to door campaign doe the Lok Sabha elections 2019 in the national capital. 
Activist attempts to enter Sabarimala temple, gets expelled from Muslim community
Pookunju said Rehana, who had participated in 'Kiss of Love' agitation and acted nude in a film, "has no right to use a Muslim name".
Electrification of railway lines will annually save Rs 13,500 crore: Railway Board Member
Railway Board Member Ghanshyam Singh on Sunday said electrification of Indian Railway will approximately save Rs 13,500 crore annually. 
PM Narendra Modi talks of politics always and blames others despite holding constitutional post: Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi
Singhvi continued, "He sometimes drags Netaji into politics and sometimes he drags Sardar Patel. Is it befitting of a PM?"
Sai Baba Temple of Shirdi receives donations worth Rs 5.97 crore
Sai Baba Temple of Shirdi has received donations worth Rs 5.97 crore in three days.
BJP, allies to win 20 out of 25 Lok Sabha seats in Northeast, says party leader
In the Lok Sabha election slated for early next year, the BJP is confident of winning seats in states where it had earlier lacked representation.
Amritsar train mishap: Conditional permissions given for events at 20 places, including Dhobi Ghat ground
Commissioner of Police, SS Shrivastava, said a certain process was followed and the police gave conditional permissions for events at 20 places in the city.
Himachal Pradesh: 1 dead, 9 injured after vehicle falls into gorge
At least one person died and nine others were injured on Sunday after a vehicle carrying tourists fell into a gorge in Kullu. 
Abolish practice of burning of Ravana`s effigy: Shankaracharya to President Ram Nath Kovind
He said burning of effigies in large-scale also cases pollution.
India will hit back with `double the force` if its sovereignty is challenged: Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that India will hit back with "double the force" if its sovereignty is ever challenged
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh asks for socio-economic profile of Amritsar train accident victims
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday ordered the Amritsar administration to make detailed socio-economic profiles of victims who died in the train accident on Friday.
Train services resume in Amritsar after over 40 hours of rail mishap
The railways got the clearance from local authorities at 12:30 pm, the spokesperson said.
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