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Shilpa Shetty's Husband Raj Kundra Gets Bail In Pornography Films Case

Shilpa Shetty's Husband Raj Kundra Gets Bail In Pornography Films Case

NDTV News Desk | Monday September 20, 2021

Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra gets bail in pornography films case

Javed Akhtar Condemns Kabul Mayor's Order Asking Working Women To Stay Home

Javed Akhtar Condemns Kabul Mayor's Order Asking Working Women To Stay Home

Asian News International | Monday September 20, 2021, Mumbai

Lyricist and scriptwriter Javed Akhtar has expressed his discontent and appealed to all the Muslim bodies to collectively condemn the order by the mayor of Kabul telling women to stay at home.

"It's Puja Time, Sing...": What Mamata Banerjee Told Babul Supriyo

"It's Puja Time, Sing...": What Mamata Banerjee Told Babul Supriyo

Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday September 20, 2021, Kolkata

Babul Supriyo, who joined the Trinamool Congress on Saturday, met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today. During the meeting, she asked him to "sing and work with all his heart".

Bureaucrats Around "To Pick Our Slippers", Says Uma Bharti In Now Viral Video

Bureaucrats Around "To Pick Our Slippers", Says Uma Bharti In Now Viral Video

Reported by Anurag Dwary | Monday September 20, 2021, Bhopal

Senior BJP leader Uma Bharti, in a series of controversial comments undermining the bureaucracy, has said that officials are around only "to pick up our slippers" and have "no standing (aukat)".

Rajasthan Man Arrested In Bengaluru For Allegedly Spying For Pakistan: Police

Rajasthan Man Arrested In Bengaluru For Allegedly Spying For Pakistan: Police

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, Bengaluru

A suspected spy from Rajasthan who was allegedly sharing photographs and details of vital installations in Bengaluru with his handlers in Pakistani intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), has been arrested, the police said.

India To Resume Export, Donations Of Surplus Covid Vaccines Next Month

India To Resume Export, Donations Of Surplus Covid Vaccines Next Month

Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

India will resume the export and donations of surplus vaccines from next month, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya announced on Monday, a day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the US where the issue was likely to be raised by President

Kanhaiya Kumar, Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani To Join Congress: Sources

Kanhaiya Kumar, Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani To Join Congress: Sources

Reported by Arvind Gunasekar, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

Former student leader Kanhaiya Kumar and independent Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani will join the Congress - likely during an event on October 2 - party sources told NDTV this evening.

"1st Such Case In World": Ghaziabad Man Loses Kidney, Part Of Lung To Black Fungus

"1st Such Case In World": Ghaziabad Man Loses Kidney, Part Of Lung To Black Fungus

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

A multidisciplinary team of three doctors gave a new lease on life to a 34-year-old man by conducting a surgery to remove his right kidney and part of his left lung which had been severely infected with black fungus post-Covid.

Maharashtra Minister Threatens To File Rs 100 Crore Defamation Suit Against BJP Leader

Maharashtra Minister Threatens To File Rs 100 Crore Defamation Suit Against BJP Leader

Asian News International | Monday September 20, 2021, Mumbai

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and Maharashtra Rural Development Minister Hasan Mushrif on Monday said he will file Rs 100 crore defamation suit against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kirit Somaiya.

Supreme Court Notice To Centre On Door-To-Door Vaccination Plea For Disabled

Supreme Court Notice To Centre On Door-To-Door Vaccination Plea For Disabled

Asian News International | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

The Supreme Court today sought a response from the Central government on a plea seeking to bring focus on vaccinating persons with disabilities at their residences since they face a higher risk of being infected by the virus.

"Don't Beat Her So Badly": On Camera, UP Woman Thrashed By Husband, Dies

"Don't Beat Her So Badly": On Camera, UP Woman Thrashed By Husband, Dies

Written by Alok Pandey | Monday September 20, 2021, Lucknow

Gut-wrenching mobile phone footage from western Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr district shows a young woman being viciously assaulted by her husband in the presence of others - allegedly his family members - on Friday.

Chhattisgarh Ex-BJP MLA Yudhvir Singh Judev Dies At 39

Chhattisgarh Ex-BJP MLA Yudhvir Singh Judev Dies At 39

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, Jashpur

Former Chhattisgarh BJP MLA Yudhvir Singh Judev died on Monday at a hospital in Bengaluru where he was being treated for a liver ailment, his family members said.

Missing 15-Year-Old Boy's Body Found After 19-Hour Search In Odisha

Missing 15-Year-Old Boy's Body Found After 19-Hour Search In Odisha

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, Bhubaneswar

After about 19 hours of frantic search, the Odisha Fire Service personnel on Monday recovered the body of a 15-year-old boy who went missing after falling into a roadside open drain at Shatabdi Nagar in the state capital, police said.

Congress Made Charanjit Channi Punjab Chief Minister To Grab Dalit Votes: BJP

Congress Made Charanjit Channi Punjab Chief Minister To Grab Dalit Votes: BJP

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

The BJP alleged on Monday that the Congress has made Charanjit Singh Channi Punjab chief minister for a few months merely to grab Dalit votes as part of its conspiracy, and cited previous instances of the party giving the key position to a leader fro

Court Seeks Centre's Stand On Manika Batra's Plea Over Table Tennis Match

Court Seeks Centre's Stand On Manika Batra's Plea Over Table Tennis Match

Press Trust of India | Monday September 20, 2021, New Delhi

The High Court sought Centre's stand on a petition by Manika Batra, who was left out of the Indian contingent for the Asian Table Tennis Championships, assailing mandate of compulsory attendance at the National Coaching Camp in order to be selected.