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AAP in turmoil: Kumar is upset, but we will convince him, says Kejriwal
As Aam Aadmi Party battled a major internal crisis with speculation that senior leader Kumar Vishwas was on the verge of quitting over allegations made by MLA Amanatullah Khan, party chief Arvind Kejriwal met the upset leader late on Tuesday night in a last-ditch attempt at rapprochement.
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Terror factories along LoC back, working overtime
New terror training camps and launchpads have come up across the line of control (LoC) in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) over the past few months, even as the ones dismantled and relocated in the wake of September 2016 surgical strikes by the Indian Army have shifted back closer to the LoC.
Modi speaks to Oz PM, visa rule change unlikely
Despite its strong objection to Australia’s decision to scrap the 457 visa facility, which largely affected Indians, India may have to live with the Australian overhaul of its popular temporary work visa programme.

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Mumbai reports 1st swine flu casualty in 2yrs
The virus hasn’t been active in the city though it has claimed 165 lives in rest of the state since January 1, 2017. “While the state has registered 844 positive cases in this period, Mumbai hasn’t seen many cases,’’ confirmed Dr Pradeep Awate of the state health department’s epidemiological cell.
Five more held in connection with attack on Manoj Tiwari’s staff
Delhi police has arrested five more persons for allegedly barging into the residence of BJP MP Manoj Tiwari and attacking his staff members. The five were held late last night, hours after two brothers – Jai Kumar and Jaswant – were arrested in connection with the case.
Rat snake finds itself in a tangled mess, rescued by Wildlife SOS
A five-foot-long rat snake was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit after it was found entangled in a synthetic net outside a nursery in Geeta Nagar located near Itmad daulah, Agra.

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H-1B visa issue: Karnataka IT minister Priyank Kharge criticizes Centre
Karnataka IT Minister Priyank Kharge today flayed the central government for continuously being “rhetorical” and claimed it did not have a concrete agenda to put an end to the H-1B impasse.
Infosys to open four centres in United States, plans to hire 10,000
India-based IT services firm Infosys Ltd said late on Monday that it plans to hire 10,000 American workers in the next two years and open four technology centres in the United States, starting with a centre this August in Indiana, the home state of V…
Reliance Jio, Airtel in another battle over tariff plans
While Jio asked the telecom regulator to impose “highest penalty” on Bharti Airtel, the market leader accused Jio of “blatantly” violating the Trai’s directions.

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IPL: Delhi Daredevils keep play-off hopes alive
Yuvraj Singh led Sunrisers to 185/3 with a fine half-century but the Daredevils achieved the target with six wickets to spare. Corey Anderson remained unbeaten on 41 to help Daredevils keep their play-off contention alive.
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India lose 1-3 to Australia
The Indian men’s hockey team, ranked No 6 in the world, have suffered their first loss at the 2017 Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey tournament, losing 1-3 to world champions Australia in Malaysia.
No CT decision without COA’s permission: Rai to BCCI
The Committee of Administrators head Vinod Rai on Tuesday made it clear that BCCI office-bearers are not mandated to take any decision on India’s Champions Trophy participation without the COA’s approval.

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Sensex ends below 30,000-mark on choppy trade
Benchmark sensex gave up its early gains to close at 29,921.18 on Monday, up by just 2.78 points, amid rise in auto and realty counters and higher opening in European shares.

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