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  • Flash floods, landslides kill 31 in HP, Uttarakhand
    At least 31 people were killed, 10 were missing and hundreds of tourists left stranded as torrential rains in the hill states of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand triggered flash floods, landslides and uprooting of trees on Sunday. Over 670 roads are blocked across Himachal Pradesh, which received 1,065% higher than normal.

  • 'Modi a reformer, ended the trend of appeasement'
    Union minister Amit Shah at an event said the election of Modi as PM in 2014 was the beginning of the end of politics of appeasement and the 2019 mandate is to end it forever. He said criminalising triple talaq establishes gender equality and it could be done due to the will power of PM Modi as he equated him with the country's leading reformers.

  • People power, energise India-Bhutan ties: PM Modi
    PM Modi completed his visit to Bhutan on Sunday afternoon, focusing India’s closest neighbourhood relationship on education, innovation and space. In his address to the students of the Royal University of Bhutan, Modi said, the world had a lot to learn from Bhutan where development, environment and culture are not at loggerheads but in synergy.

  • Any talks with Pak now will only be on PoK: Rajnath Singh
    Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday cited Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) as the single issue on which any dialogue could be held with Pakistan. "There will be a dialogue with Pakistan only after it ends support for terrorism," Singh said. Pakistan reacted by saying that Singh’s remarks were "reflective of the predicament that India finds itself in".

  • Curbs back after street clashes in Valley
    Restrictions on movement were reimposed in parts of the Valley and 2G mobile connectivity was withdrawn from Jammu on Sunday after instances of stone-pelting and spread of fake news online gave the administration security jitters ahead of primary schools and government offices reopening on Monday.

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