Following are the top stories from the northern region at 2100 hrs:
Srinagar: Kashmiri separatist leaders hail the people of the Valley for showing their deep resentment against the killing of seven Amarnath pilgrims.
Phagwara: Activists of Hindu organisations continue with their protest against the killing of seven Amarnath yatra pilgrims by militants, prompting the police to divert route of the two 'Sada-e-Sarhad' Indo-Pak buses.
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Hisar: A Muslim trader from UP has been allegedly slapped by an unidentified person when he refused to raise 'Bharat Mata ki Jai' slogan during a protest by Bajrang Dal activists here against the attack on Amarnath pilgrims, police say.
Jammu: Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, have been restored after 36 hours.
New Delhi: A search on Twitter for bare facts related to Delhi University (DU) is throwing up unexpected results -- a slew of bare bodies.
Noida: High drama at a residential society here as large number of domestic helps go on rampage and throw stones alleging that a maid working there was held captive and beaten up by her employer, who in turn accuses her of theft.
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New Delhi: The Delhi government decides to regularise Kashmiri migrant teachers employed in its schools on contractual basis since 1994.
Lucknow: The bumper potato harvest this time around in Uttar Pradesh increased with the arrival of Yogi Adityanath at the helm, if one goes by state horticulture minister.
Jaipur/Mumbai: A 35-year-old computer science dropout from Rajasthan has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a case of leak of customer data from India's newest telecom entrant - Reliance Jio.
Muzaffarnagar: A 45-year-old has been beaten to death by the family of a girl his son had eloped with earlier this month, police say.
Jaipur: Four Rajasthan Roadways buses have been set on fire in Kuchaman city of Nagaur district, which has been tense since a gangster was killed last month, police say.
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