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New Delhi: The Supreme Court refused to stay the new legislation passed recently by the Tamil Nadu assembly allowing bull-taming sport Jallikattu in the state. (LGD6) Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has ordered defreezing of the domestic and non-FCRA bank accounts of ‘Lawyers Collective’, an NGO run by former Additional Solicitor General of India Indira Jaisingh, observing that FCRA “does not provide for a government to stifle the very functioning of individuals or associations”.(LGB1)

New Delhi: All electronic devices, including an alcometer, does not give 100 per cent accurate reading and error is bound to occur, a court here has said while setting aside the jail term given to a man in a drunken driving case.


New Delhi: Three girls from the Philippines and Tunisia, who were alleged to be ISIS sympathisers, were given money by a Dubai-based Indian supporter of the terror outfit on the instructions of a Pakistani national, the NIA has said.(LGD8) FOREIGN

Rawalpindi/Lahore: In an unusual move, Pakistan’s army said the detention of the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed was a “policy decision in the national interest” as the government announced that the Jamat-ud Dawa leader’s 90-day house arrest could be extended if required. (FGN23) Washington: President Donald Trump is set to sign a new executive order aimed at overhauling work visa programmes like the H-1B and L1, a move that will adversely hit the lifeline of Indian tech firms and professionals in the US. (FGN12) Washington: America’s relationship with India will continue to grow stronger in the Trump Administration, a top White House official has said but remained mum over its stance on India’s bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.(FGN13)

Washington: In a dramatic move, US President Donald Trump fired two top officials, including Acting Attorney General Sally Yates who refused to enforce his controversial and executive order banning citizens of seven Muslim-majority nations from entering America that has triggered protests across the world.(FGN17)

Washington: Breaking his silence over his successor Donald Trump’s immigration policies, former US president Barack Obama said he disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or religion.(FGN7)

Tehran: Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned the United States against “creating new tensions” with Tehran over ballistic missile tests.(FGN22) Brussels: The EU warned Iran not to stoke mistrust by continuing ballistic missile tests, after Tehran told the new US administration not to use the issue as a pretext to create fresh tensions.(FGN25)

Washington: US President Donald Trump is taking decisive steps to “defeat and destroy” ISIS, the White House said, terming the destruction of the dreaded terror group’s capabilities a “humanitarian imperative”. (FGN11)

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