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Karnataka confirms four more swine flu deaths
The Karnataka Health Department confirmed the death of four women from swine flu in the state on Saturday. ANI

CPI-M leader Brinda Karat released on bail
Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Brinda Karat was released on bail on Saturday. ANI

Yamuna floods threatens villages around Delhi
The Delhi Administration has swung into action to rescue villagers dwelling on the banks of the River Yamuna on Saturday ANI

Jet Airways pilots strike continues, as Mumbai talks end inconclusively
The impasse between the Jet Airways management and pilots continued on Friday evening, as the second round of talks held between the two factions here could not reach a final decision. ANI

National Award winning actor appeals to Government for a home
An eleven-year-old child actor, Sharad Goyekar, who won a national award for his role in the Marathi film Tingya, has appealed to the government to provide his family with a home to live in. ANI

Police seize spurious clarified butter in Gwalior
Police raided a factory in Gwalior and seized large quantities of lose and packaged clarified butter on Saturday. ANI

Somnath slams CPI (M) leadership, says it made party almost irrelevant
The former Communist Party of India (Marxist) member Somnath Chatterjee on Saturday hit out at CPI(M) leadership terming the charges it levelled against him were a character assassination and the current political culture of the present leadership made the party and Left politics almost irrelevant. ANI

Three killed, 18 injured in IED blast near Central Jail in Srinagar
Three persons, including a woman and two policemen, died and 15 left wounded when a police vehicle, carrying detenus, was blown off by an improvised explosive device (IED) near the Central Jail in Srinagar on Saturday evening. ANI

India registers protest on rocket firing from Pakistan side
India on Saturday registered a strong protest with Pakistan over firing of rockets from across the border that exploded two kilometres inside Punjab. ANI

Bihar Govt urged to revive waterway transportation
The committee working on inland waterways transportation held a seminar with the Bihar government in an effort to revive cargo and cruise movements on the rivers flowing through the state. ANI

Pranab shows austerity, flies economy class
Setting a personal example of austerity, Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday travelled from Delhi to Kolkata in economy class of a budget airline. ANI

Major fire breaks out at a Delhi candle factory
A candle-making factory was razed to the ground following a major fire broke out in Naraina Industrial area here on Saturday. ANI

Passengers face tough time as Jet pilots protest continues
Passengers are having a harrowing time as Jet Airways has canceled flights for the fifth consecutive day on Saturday. ANI

Maoists kill teenager in Chattisgarh
In yet another gruelling incident involving Maoists, a teenager was killed in Tunder village in Chhattisgarh on Saturday after refusing to go along with them. ANI

India, Mongolia likely to ink atomic energy pact
After signing civil nuclear cooperation pacts with the United States, Russia, France and Kazakhstan, India is likely to ink another bilateral atomic energy cooperation agreement with Mongolia which boasts of having nearly six percent of the worlds uranium reserves. ANI

Frightened by shelling from Pakistan, farmers want extra security
Several incidents of shelling or firing from Pakistan side of the India-Pakistan border in Attari sector of Punjab, including the latest witnessed on Friday night, have caused a sense of fear among villagers. ANI

Congress to decide over alliance with NCP on Sunday
Union Heavy Industries Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said that the decision on alliance with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls would be taken by Sunday. ANI

Militants killed three BSF jawans in Manipur
Armed militants near Oksu village in Imphal district of Manipur killed three jawans of the Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday. ANI

General strike curbs Manipurs normal life
Normal life has been curbed in Manipur on Saturday due to a 24 hours general strike called by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) to protest against the alleged fake encounters. ANI

Chinese scientist clarifies he filmed an unidentified object, not a UFO
The Chinese scientist, who allegedly claimed of seeing a UFO during the July 22 solar eclipse, has denied all such reports, insisting that what he saw was an unidentified object, but not a UFO. ANI

Majuli Island inhabitants pray to stop soil erosion
The inhabitants of Majuli Island in Assam perform a Hindu ritual to check the rapid soil erosion near the banks of the river Brahmaputra. ANI

Bridging gap between youth and police in Kashmir
Youth in Srinagar got a chance to voice their views and grievances against the security forces at a pro-active meet held recently here. ANI

Flood situation grim in Madhya Pradesh
Floods situation continued to remain grim in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. ANI

Congress screens aspiring candidates for polls in Maharashtra
Congress party has begun shortlisting candidates aspiring for partys nomination for the October 13 assembly elections in Maharashtra. ANI

BEML rolls out countrys first standard gauge metro car
State-run Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) achieved a milestone when it delivered the countrys first standard gauge metro car on Friday. ANI

One arrested for provoking Sangli riots
The Maharashtra police arrested Imran Hassan Nadaf, a resident of Miraj, on charges of conspiracy and inciting riots in Sangli District on Saturday early hours. ANI

Allegation of Cabinet notes of Kerala Government shared with party
The opposition parties critiscised the Keralas ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI (M)) for allegedly providing the confidential notes of the state cabinet to Partys state unit secretary Pinarayi Vijayan. ANI

Bollywood actors at Kolkata Fashion Week
Bollywood actors Nandana Sen and Rituparna Sengupta sashayed down the ramp on the second day of the ongoing second edition of Kolkata Fashion Week. ANI

Elephant electrocuted in Raigarh
A wild elephant died of electrocution in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh. ANI

Bangladesh trained militant arrested in Darjeeling
A militant of the Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO) outfit was arrested from West Bengals Darjeeling district. ANI

Malaysian spiritual seeker who went through bad karma in India leaves for home
A Malaysian spiritual seeker, who landed in a Varanasi jail for violating Indian immigration laws, has finally left for home in Johor. ANI

Jet Airways stalemate with pilots continues
The stalemate between the striking pilots of the Jet Airways and its management continues for the fifth day on Saturday, as talks held between the two factions remained inconclusive on Friday. ANI

CBI to visit YSRs helicopter crash site today
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will visit on Saturday the site of the helicopter crash, where former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy and four others were killed, in order to probe the crash at Pavirallagutta in the dense Nallamalla forests. ANI

CPI (M) politburo member Brinda Karat arrested in Tamil Nadu
CPI (M) politburo member Brinda Karat was arrested on Saturday at a village in Tamil Nadu. ANI

BSF retaliates after Pak fires three rockets
The Border Security Force (BSF) retaliated with machine gun fire after Pakistan fired three rockets inside the Indian territory on Friday night. ANI

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