Top Stories Minor Mumbai girl protests against noise, gets bashed, suffers nose fracture The accused was arrested on the day of the incident, but was later grated bail by a local court, police said. New law in Rajasthan: Cannot prosecute public servants without sanction The Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 also seeks to bar the media from reporting on accusations. Bofors scam: CBI asks for Centre's nod to move SC to challenge 2005 ruling CBI said it wanted to file the SLP challenging Delhi HC order quashing all charges against Europe-based Hinduja brothers in Bofors case. Cheap politics before Gujarat poll: Cong on PM's claims at Kedarnath On Friday, PM blamed the former UPA govt for stopping him as Gujarat CM from rebuilding the Kedarnath shrine after the 2013 flash floods. Aadhaar not must for ration: J'khand govt after girl starves to death Any card, including a driver's license and voter ID card or any specified card, is permissible for procuring food grains. MSRTC workers call off 5-day strike after holding core committee meet MSRTC employees had gone on an indefinite strike on October 17 demanding the implementation of 7th pay commission. 11 killed, 11 injured as truck overturns in Maharashtra's Sangli The injured people have been rushed to the nearby hospital for medical treatment. Prayed for nation's development, well-being of citizens at Kedarnath: PM Narendra Modi visited the famous Kedarnath temple before laying the foundation stone of five projects in the region. Yogi govt doubles exgratia for UP policemen who die on duty Yogi also acknowledged the work of Special Task Force, Anti-Terrorist Squad and said they have made commendable contribution to the state. Diwali brings Yadav family together, but strains remain Mulayam’s cousin Ram Gopal Yadav, who had taken Akhilesh’s side in the family war, did not attend the event. Xi’s anti-graft campaign: top official says jailed party leaders plotted to overthrow Chinese President China is working with the international community to hunt corruption suspects who had fled overseas leading to capture of 3,453 fugitives. China warns world leaders, calls meet with Dalai Lama 'major offence' China routinely protests world leaders meeting the Dalai Lama and makes it mandatory to recognise Tibet as a part of it. Indian-American Congressman introduces resolution for Diwali in US House The resolution recognises the religious and historical significance of Diwali. Missing Pak journalist who fought for Indian national returns after 2 yrs Zeenat Shahzadi was pursuing Hamid Ansari’s case, who had been jailed for illegally entering Pak to meet a girl. Banks claim UIDAI cannot issue orders to them, only RBI can In July, the UIDAI had asked private as well as public banks to open Aadhaar enrolment and updation facilities. G7, tech giants agree on plan to stop jihadist content online Officials said the accord aimed at removing jihadist content from the Web within two hours of being posted. Sushma Swaraj’s Diwali gift: Medical visas for deserving Pakistanis Swaraj took the decision after a torrent of requests in recent days from relatives of ill Pakistanis. Online media has to wait for accreditation from PIB Among the benefits of being a PIB accredited journalist is that it allows journalists entry into government offices and events. Rajnath Singh to pay homage to cops killed in 1959 Chinese firing Till 1959 Indian police personnel were responsible for securing the 2,500 mile long border along Tibet. Rex Tillerson’s comments draw praise from India India and China had been locked in a military face-off earlier for over two months after China had attempted to build a road at Doklam.