Following are the top stories at 2100 hrs.
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Build Ram in your heart: Tharoor
New Delhi: With the Ram Mandir movement gathering momentum, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said no Hindu text condones the use of violence to get one's way and scriptures say people should build Ram in their hearts. By Sanjeev Chopra
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Talk of building mosque close to Ram temple can make Hindus intolerant: Uma Bharti
New Delhi: Union minister Uma Bharti said Sunday while Hindus were the "most tolerant" people in the world, any talk of constructing a mosque on the periphery of a Ram temple in Ayodhya could make them "intolerant". By Jatin Takkar
Only .079 pc of estimated 40 lakh banned old vehicles impounded by agencies in Delhi
New Delhi: The Delhi government may have deregistered 40 lakh old vehicles to curb pollution in the national capital but the enforcement data shows a dismal picture with only 3,196 (.079 per cent) such vehicles impounded by agencies after they were banned by the NGT in 2014. By Abhishek Shukla
Petrol price cut by 21 paise; total reduction reaches Rs 4.05 in 18 days
New Delhi: Petrol price has been cut by over Rs 4 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.33 in the last 18 days on softer international rates, a pace faster than the spike in prices witnessed in the two-month period beginning mid-August.
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MP polls: Cong announces second list of 17 candidates
Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Congress Sunday announced its second list of 17 candidates for the polls to the 230-member state assembly slated for November 28.
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CIC issues show-cause notice to RBI governor for non-disclosure of wilful defaulters' list
New Delhi: The Central Information Commission (CIC) has issued a show-cause notice to RBI Governor Urjit Patel for "dishonouring" a Supreme Court judgment on disclosure of the wilful defaulters' list. By Abhishek Shukla
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Heavy police security at Sabarimala for special puja
Sabarimala(Ker): As the Lord Ayyappa temple opens Monday for a special puja, a thick security cover has been put in place after violent protests were witnessed last month against entry of women of all ages into the shrine.
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TRS, BJP have 'more than tacit' alliance in Telangana: Jaipal Reddy
New Delhi: Alleging a "more than tacit" alliance between Telangana's ruling party TRS and the BJP, senior Congress leader S Jaipal Reddy said on Sunday that the two parties could eventually join hands after the assembly polls. By Asim Kamal
CG polls: Shah asks Rahul to clear stand on Raj Babbar's Naxalism remark
Raipur (CG): Latching on to the remark of Congress leader Raj Babbar on the Naxal movement in poll-bound Chhattisgarh, BJP chief Amit Shah Sunday asked Congress president Rahul Gandhi to make clear his party's stand on Naxalism.
First India-Nepal passenger train on broad gauge likely to begin from Dec
New Delhi: The first passenger train to run on broad gauge between India and Nepal is likely to run from December this year, sources in the railways have told PTI. By Ananya Sengupta
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Tinsukia killings: TMC team meets kin of deceased; to raise issue in Parliament
Tinsukia (Assam): A four-member Trinamool Congress delegation Sunday met the family members of the five Bengali-speaking men who were killed by suspected militants in the district, and demanded the perpetrators of "the hate crime" be immediately brought to book
HC directs e-commerce site to ensure products for sale on portal are not counterfeits
New Delhi: In a step towards ensuring counterfeits of popular branded products are not sold on online marketplaces, the Delhi High Court has directed an e-commerce platform to make sure that each item put up for sale on its site is genuine.
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China backs Pakistan's 'quest for peace through dialogue' with India
Beijing: China on Sunday said it supported Pakistan's "quest for peace through dialogue" to settle the outstanding disputes with India as it backed Islamabad's "engagement" with the Nuclear Suppliers group (NSG). By K J M Varma
Findings that cell phone radiation causes cancer in rats do not apply to humans: Experts
By K S Parthasarathy
Massachusetts: A recent US study claiming that radio-frequency radiation emitted by cell phones causes cancer in rats does not apply to humans, according to experts. (Eds: PTI SPECIAL)
Husband of Pakistan blasphemy case woman pleads for asylum
Islamabad: The husband of a Pakistani Christian woman at the centre of a divisive blasphemy case has pleaded for international help to leave the country, saying he feared for his family's safety. (AFP)
PM to greet India's first container vessel on inland waterways in Varanasi
New Delhi: In a first for the country's inland water transport, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 12 will receive a container vessel in Varanasi on the river Ganga, Union Minister NItin Gadkari said Sunday.
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