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  1. Three Army personnel, including a Colonel commanding a battalion and a Major and a deputy superintendent of J&K Police were killed in a gunfight with terrorists in the higher reaches of Kokorenag area in the valley while one soldier went missing, officials said here Wednesday.

  2. The government will not make six airbags mandatory for cars, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said Wednesday.

  3. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik approved Wednesday a proposal to name the Jajpur Medical College and Hospital after Jajati Keshari, the famous Somavansi ruler of ancient Odisha.

  4. The government Wednesday listed a special discussion on Parliament's journey of 75 years starting from the Samvidhan Sabha on the first day of the five-day session of Parliament beginning September 18.

  5. The Election Commission Wednesday asked district Collectors to focus on the special summary revision of electoral rolls, and ensure that names of ‘3.45 lakh deceased people’ are deleted from the voters’ list, an official said.

  6. A media trial may result in "deflection of cause of justice", the Supreme Court observed Wednesday and directed the union home ministry to prepare within three months a comprehensive manual on how police should brief journalists about criminal cases.

  7. A workshop-cum-orientation programme for principals of government and non-government aided colleges, and teachers of educational institutions was held at the Convention Hall of Lok Seva Bhawan here, Wednesday. Vice-Chancellors of three universities, 370 principals of government aided and non-government aided colleges participated in the workshop.

  8. As the indefinite ceasework by primary teachers of state-run schools in the state entered the sixth day Wednesday, about 1.30 lakh teachers took mass leave after closing down about 54,000 schools across the state.

  9. An estimated 1,23,867 monsoon birds were sighted and 26,118 nests were spotted by forest enumeration teams during the monsoon bird census this year in Bhitarkanika National Park in this district. Park sources Tuesday said 7,797 more residential birds thronged Bhitarkanika National Park this year for the nesting process. This year, 1,654 more nests were reported in comparison to last year.

  10. Taking another step in its strategic plan to take on the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, Opposition bloc INDIA Wednesday decided to hold their first joint public meeting in Bhopal in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh in the first week of October, and said the constituent parties will start seat-sharing talks “at the earliest.”

  11. The government Wednesday allocated `1,650 crore towards the release of additional 75 lakh free LPG connections under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) over three years ending March 2026.

  12. Senior TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee was Wednesday questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for a marathon nine hours in connection with the West Bengal teacher recruitment scam, officials said.

  13. Conflict-torn Manipur witnessed a fresh incident of violence as unidentified gunmen, suspected to be cadres of banned terror groups, attacked people and hurled bombs at a village in Imphal West district, bordering Kangpokpi where three persons were killed a day before, officials said Wednesday

  14. Personnel of Assam Rifles have recovered 2 lakh tablets of methamphetamine worth ₹ 60 crore and heroin valued at around ₹ 27.8 crore in East Mizoram's Champhai district near the Myanmar border, officials said.

  15. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for a rare summit on Wednesday at which they discussed military matters, the war in Ukraine and possible Russian help for the secretive Communist state’s satellite programme.

  16. Ukraine said it struck Russian naval targets and port infrastructure early Wednesday in the Crimean city of Sevastopol, in what appeared to be the biggest attack of the war on the home of the Russian navy’s Black Sea Fleet.

  17. Japan’s Sumitomo Realty & Development Company will buy a 22-acre land parcel in central Mumbai from Bombay Dyeing for Rs 5,200 crore, the Wadias-run company said Wednesday. The sale of the land parcel in Worli is one of the biggest land sale transactions in the history of the financial capital.

  18. More than 6,300 petrol pumps in Rajasthan remained closed from 10 am to 6 pm on Wednesday as part of a strike called by operators against high Value Added Tax (VAT) on diesel and petrol.

  19. Ahead of the Hangzhou Asian Games in China, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced Wednesday financial support for the state’s athletes who will be representing India at the continental showpiece event. Each Asian Games-bound athlete will receive `10 lakh, to support their training and preparation in the prestigious sporting event. The Games will be held September 23 to October 8.

  20. Spain’s men restored normal service on the field, beating Cyprus 6-0 in a European Championship qualifying game two days after disgraced football federation president Luis Rubiales resigned

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