The Biggest Stories of July 25, 2017

PUBLISHED ON: July 25, 2017 | Duration: 18 min, 45 sec

  
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today told a Delhi court that it has firm evidence that seven Hurriyat Conference separatists arrested yesterday used money got from Pakistan through hawala to pay people to burn schools and throw stones during protests in the Kashmir Valley since last year, fuelling unrest; China is bound to be a threat to India in the years to come, Indian Army's Vice Chief Sarath Chand said on Tuesday as a stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops continues along the border in the Sikkim sector; 12 people including a baby were killed when a four-storey building in Mumbai's suburb Ghatkopar came crashing down on Tuesday morning; Ram Nath Kovind was today sworn-in as the 14th President of India. "We are a country of great diversity, yet have shown that unity is the way forward," President Kovind said; all this and more in our news wrap of the day.
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