The Hindu Top 10 stories of the day : ( 30 oct 2017)

The Hindu Top 10 Stories For The Day

✔ High Court judgments should be translated into local languages: Kovind

President Ram Nath Kovind suggested that there should be a system in place for providing certified translated copies of High Court judgments in local or regional languages.

✔ CBI registers fresh case against Sterling Biotech, its directors, for “cheating” PSU banks

The company has availed of various credit facilities from a consortium of banks led by Andhra Bank.

✔ BJP is speaking in “different voices”, says Modi

In a veiled warning to his own party Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the “ideological unanimity” seems to have lost with the expansion of the party.

✔ Kerala police confirm death of five who joined Islamic State

This follows the questioning of five people who were arrested from the district in the past few days.

Spanish government sacks Catalan chief of police operations

The regional police force also urged its members to behave in a neutral manner and not takes sides in the dispute.

✔ Hindustan is a country of Hindus but it belongs to others too: Mohan Bhagwat

“The term ‘Hindu’ covers all those who are the sons of Bharat Mata, descendants of Indian ancestors and who live in accordance with the Indian culture,” the RSS chief says.

✔ Kamal Haasan visits Ennore to highlight ecological crisis

In his tweet on Friday, the actor had referred to how over 1,000 acres of the waterbody in Ennore had already been lost to encroachments.

✔ Indian woman among 31 killed as packed bus plunges into Nepal river

The Kathmandu-bound bus from Rajbiraj fell into the Trishuli river while negotiating a turn at Ghatabesi, 70 km west of Kathmandu, around 5:00 am, said Superintendent of Police, Dhading, Dhruba Raj Raut.

✔ JFK files: Intriguing details, but no bombshell

Several “sensitive” documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy have been held back, adding fuel for a thriving conspiracy industry.

✔ Hingis bids farewell with doubles defeat in Singapore

Martina Hingis announced her retirement bringing an end to an illustrious career that has garnered 25 grand slam wins five in singles, 20 in doubles.