The big news: ED raids premises of Lalu Yadav’s daughter Misa Bharti, and 9 other top stories

The incursions of erectile dysfunction at Delhi’s Misa Bharti residence in relation to suspected cases of money laundering: the search operations are underway in three places, among them Sainik Farms, through the national capital.

Two civilians were killed in an alleged ceasefire violation along the LOC in Poonch of Jammu and Kashmir in a separate incident, two jawans were injured in an ambush of militants in Bandipora suspected in Burhan Wani’s first anniversary of death.

The first treaty to ban nuclear weapons adopted at the United Nations: the United States, the United Kingdom and France, which are among the many nations to boycott the meeting, said the treaty “does not recognize the realities of the international security environment “.

Trump ‘presses’ Putin over Russia’s alleged interference in the presidential election, said Rex Tillerson: However, said the Russian Foreign Minister, the United States president “accepted” his counterpart’s refusal of interference.

India has “hidden motives” that claim Doklam within the tri-crossing, said China: a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said that New Delhi was trying to expand the “point of an area.”

Five injured in the blast of an aircraft breaks the glass of SpiceJet IndiGo at Delhi airport: Directorate General of Civil Aviation has opened an investigation into the incident.

Sikkim will move SC against West Bengal against alleged losses due to the agitation of Gorkhaland, reports say: MP PD Rai accused the Mamata Banerjee government to deliberately prevent the supply of goods because Sikkim supports the move.

Pondicherry LG Kiran Bedi has ignored the elected government by appointing deputies appointed by the center, says DMK: Labor President MK Stalin also accused the Center of interfering in the functioning of states in which opposition governments .

Anand Mahindra apologizes after audio clip RH asking the employee to resign Tech Mahindra becomes viral: the president of the company said that the authorities would take steps to avoid such events is repeated in future.

G-20 leaders pledge to fight terrorism and call for restrictions on online radicalization: Summit urged member countries to promote political and religious tolerance and inclusion.

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