Top Headlines: Let civil courts try Jadhav-like cases, UN panel tells Pakistan

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Let civil courts try Jadhav-like cases, UN panel tells Pakistan
The UN panel has asked Islamabad to “end the resort to military courts for terrorism-related prosecutions and transfer criminal cases against civilians from military courts to civilian courts and provide the opportunity for appeal in civilian courts of cases involving civilians already adjudicated under military jurisdiction”.
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India: Jadhav could be executed even as trial’s on
India said Jadhav was framed on the basis of a “confessional video” and had been denied consular access, leaving his family and the Indian government with no information of his well-being. The court later turned down Pakistan’s bid to play Jadhav’s “confession” even as India said it was extracted under duress.
China plans to turn Pak into its economic colony
The range and scope of the plan is breathtaking, showing a deep penetration into Pakistan’s economic life. This could have several implications for India – Pakistan’s sovereignty could be forfeited to Chinese interests and China would be uncomfortably close to India’s borders in the east and west.

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Man stabs wife to death on moving bus in Tamil Nadu
An 18-year-old woman was stabbed to death on a moving bus by his husband in Mettuplayam near here on Monday morning. The woman, a victim of domestic torture, refused to return to his husband, and was stabbed to death.
Woman files FIR against husband for forcing her into unnatural group sex
A woman has filed an FIR against her husband for allegedly forcing her to have unnatural sex. Hailing from a well-to-do family of jewellers, the 35-year-old woman, who is mother of two, also accused her husband of forcing her to have group sex.
Ransomware ‘WannaCry’: Banks, ATMs in Karnataka not affected
Banks in Karnataka remained unaffected by the ransomware ‘WannaCry’ as they strictly adhered to advisory issued by the Union ministry of electronics and information technology and installed latest patch of anti-virus into their computer systems.

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Ransomware: Here’s what IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had to say
The government today said there was no serious impact on the country from a global ransomware cyberattack, except for a few isolated incidents in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, and steps were being taken to deal with any future threat.
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IT industry to lay off up to 2 lakh engineers annually for next 3 years: Experts
The pink slips are being handed out to thousands of employees as part of their performance appraisal process, but it is believed that these are directed more towards cost control amid pressure on bottom line due to a rising tide of protectionism in m…

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IPL 2017 team review: Royal Challengers, collectively abject
The franchise’s campaign was plagued by injuries, pull-outs and loss of form and even the return of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers did not have the desired impact.
India women put on a world record stand in ODIs
The base for this record score was setup by openers Deepti Sharma (188) and Punam Raut (109) who combined for a women’s world record of 320-run stand. The partnership is the first 300 plus stand in Women’s ODIs.
Indian batsmen’s form will not affect their CT chances: Gayle
Most of them have not exactly been consistent during the ongoing IPL but West Indies swashbuckler Chris Gayle feels Indian batsmen have enough firepower to unsettle oppositions during the upcoming Champions Trophy.

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J&K govt makes setting up businesses easier
Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday decided simplify the process for setting up business, providing a major relief to young entrepreneurs of the state.
Toshiba delays results again, warns of $8.4 bn net loss
The delay comes after one of Japan’s best-known companies twice postponed its nine-month earnings before releasing unaudited results last month. The delays have stirred fears that the huge conglomerate’s shares could be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Follow CERT-In instructions on WannaCry attack: RBI to banks
RBI has asked banks to follow the instructions of government organisation CERT-In to prevent the attack by ransomware, ‘WannaCry’. It also asked all banks to put in place a software update at ATMs to prevent their systems from a malware that has attacked payment systems across the world.

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Find out who convinced Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan to break their ‘no-kissing on screen’ clause
After Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan tied the knot in 2012, it was reported that the two had decided to not have any kissing scenes with their respective co-stars in movies.
Tiger Shroff’s co-star forced to vacate flat because of her ‘single actress’ status
Tiger Shroff’s ‘Munna Michael’ co-star Niddhi Agerwal, was allegedly asked to vacate her apartment in Mumbai, because of her ‘single actress’ status.
‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ box-office collection Day 17: Film’s Hindi version zooms past Rs 425 crore
SS Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ has been riding the waves of success at the overseas and domestic box-office.
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