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National News
Congress attacks Centre over release of Rajiv killers
 
New Delhi: A day after the Supreme Court ordered the premature release of six convicts in former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's assassination case, the Congress on Saturday questioned the BJP-led government's silence on the issue.

"There shouldn't be any sympathy with terrorists. the Modi government's reprehensible silence on the release of the culprits of Rajiv Gandhii's assassins is a compromise with the terrorist act," Congress General Secretary K C Venugopal tweeted. those who applaud the release of the 'terrorists' are indirectly emboldening them, the party leader asserted.


The apex court on Friday directed that the six convicts undergoing life imprisonment in former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, including Nalini Sriharan and R P Ravichandran, be set free forthwith. The court noted their remission of sentence as recommended by the Tamil Nadu state government and directed their release.


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PM to deliver opening address at 'No Money for Terror' event
Transparency, accountability are essence of governance in parliamentary democracy: Birla
Rahul says only Congress can protect Constitution which is under constant attack from BJP
Kharge accuses BJP of divide and rule
PM visits LK Advani as the veteran leader turns 95
PM yet to acknowledge 'epic failure' of demonetisation move: Kharge
Where are 16 cr jobs, Congress asks PM
Morbi bridge collapse an 'act of God': Accused to Gujarat court
Congress will bring non-BJP government under Rahul Gandhi's leadership: Kharge
PM chairs high level meet to review Morbi situation
India becomes one of biggest country to generate electricity from solar energy: Modi
India to give $500,000 to combat terror
26/11 will never be forgotten: Jaishankar
India boosts infrastructure along LAC
Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra enters into Telangana
PM to visit Ayodhya on the eve of Deepawali
UP CM Adityanath reviews preparation for Deepotsav in Ayodhya
Will request PM to allow Sourav to run for ICC chairman's post: Mamata
India stands for rules-based maritime borders in Indo-Pacific: Rajnath
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Selena Gomez sets record straight on her relationship status amid dating rumours
 Washington: Actor-singer Selena Gomez has set the record straight on her relationship status amid re  
Ranveer Singh bags Filmfare Best Actor for '83'
RRR can hit theatres on Holi
King Khan returns to Insta after months of silence
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Bangladesh police arrest six persons for selling fraud US visa stamps
 Dhaka: Bangladesh police have arrested six persons who were selling fraudulent entry and exit stamps
Erdogan announces extension of grain deal by 120 days
Musk hints at new chief for Twitter
Modi interacts with Biden, Sunak and Macron on sidelines of G20 summit
KERALA NEWS
Top police official held in gang rape case
 Kozhikode: Police on Sunday arrested a Circle Inspector (station house officer) attached in Beypore
Rain likely to occur many places in Kerala
Two killed as car plunged into well
Kerala CM greet Oommen Chandy on his 79th birthday
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