☛ 18-year-old arrested in London tube attack, terror threat level remains ‘critical’
British police made a “significant” arrest in the urgent manhunt for suspects a day after the London subway blast that injured more than two dozen people.
☛ Gurugram boy murder: CBSE sends show cause notice to Ryan school
The CBSE on September 16 issued a show cause notice to Ryan International School in Gururgram asking why its affiliation should not be withdrawn and said it had failed to observe “basic security measures“.
☛ Madhavan Nair summoned as accused in Antrix-Devas deal case
A special court on September 16 summoned ISRO’s former chairman G. Madhavan Nair and others as accused in the Antrix-Devas deal case.
☛ Arjan Singh, first ever Marshal of the IAF, critically ill
Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh on Saturday evening tweeted RIP to Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh, even as the Air Force said he was critically ill.
☛ Final arguments begin in two murder cases against Ram Rahim Singh
Final arguments in the two murder cases naming jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh began in a special CBI court on Saturday with his former driver filing an application to record a fresh statement against him.
☛ India-Pakistan talks on Indus waters fail to break deadlock
The latest round of talks between India and Pakistan on the Indus Waters Treaty have ended without any agreement, the World Bank has said.
☛ P.V. Sindhu enters Korea Open final
Olympic silver-medallist P.V. Sindhu defeated China’s He Bingjiao in the semifinals to set up a mouth-watering summit clash with world champion Nozomi Okuhara of Japan at the Korea Open Super Series, in Seoul on Saturday.
☛ Two infiltrators killed in Kupwara
The Army on Saturday morning said it killed two unidentified infiltrators along the Line of control (LoC) in Machil sector of Kupwara.
☛ All the President’s women: Lowdown on female MPs in Parliament
Presidents of the Republic have overseen investiture ceremonies where 5,608 women have been cumulatively administered oath of office
☛ ‘Planet 9’ formed closer to home than believed, says study
Researchers led by the University of Sheffield in the U.K. found that ‘Planet 9’ is unlikely to have been captured from another planetary system, as has previously been suggested.