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26 Jul 2016, 19:29 HRS IST
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Rajya Sabha adjourned for the day after ruckus created by Congress over private member bill on Andhra Pradesh special packageIrom Chanu Sharmila to end her 16-year-old fast on August 9, to contest Manipur Assembly pollsSensex slips 118.82 points to settle at 27,976.52; Nifty down 45 points at 8,590.65RS adjourned for 30 mins after Cong uproar seeking voting on a private bill for special package for Andhra PradeshOne hostage killed at church in northern France: police sourceTwo assailants 'neutralised' after hostage-taking in French church: ministryCourt holds the accused guilty of cheating and criminal conspiracy, takes three officials of firm into custodySpecial court convicts private firm and its three officials in a coal block scam caseAt least 10 killed in attack on Japan centre for disabled: policeCurfew, restrictions lifted from all parts of Srinagar city, says District MagistrateFour militants killed; one apprehended in an operation near LoC in Naugam sector of Kashmir, says Army
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A Delhi court dismisses the bail plea of AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan arrested for allegedly threatening a woman here.
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