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Ankita called me, cried on phone, says Uttarakhand resort staff

Ankita Bhandari had called an employee of the resort, crying the night she was killed, resort staffer Manveer Singh Chauhan told India Today TV.  She...

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Aeroplane gets stuck on underpass in Andhra Pradesh’s Bapatla

An aeroplane which was being transported by truck got stuck on the underpass of a road in Andhra Pradesh’s Bapatla district on Saturday evening. The incident, which occurred on the Korisapadu underpass, drew a huge crowd who gathered to watch. A video of the incident has also gone viral on social media. People in AP’s Bapatla district were in for a shocking surprise when they saw an aeroplane get stuck on the Korisapadu underpass, resulting in a traffic jam in the area.

Sweety weds Sheru: Haryana couple conducts Hindu wedding rituals for two pet dogs

A couple in Gurugram conducted marriage rituals for their pet dog to a neighbourhood canine and administered the creatures' wedlock. The ceremony was observed following the rituals of Indian weddings. The wedding ceremony of the two dogs included the traditional 'pheras'. In fact, the dog owner told news agency ANI that a 'haldi ceremony' was also organised for her dogs and the dog's to-be partner. Dogs, namely Sweety and Sheru, got married on November 14.

NCP leader Jitendra Awhad in troubled waters, arrest over screening of Marathi film

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and MLA Jitendra Awhad was granted bail on Saturday in connection with a case in which he is accused of disrupting the screening of a Marathi film. This comes a day after Awhad was arrested by the Thane Police in connection with the case. The MLA and his supporters created a ruckus on Monday during the screening of the Marathi movie Har Har Mahadev. The NCP leader alleged that the movie distorts Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's history. The former Maharashtra minister, along with 11 others, was released on a bail bond of Rs 15,000 each.

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20 sessions, bilateral meets in 45 hours: PM Modi's jampacked G20 schedule

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Bali on Monday, November 14 to attend the two-day long G-20 summit. The prime minister has around 20 engagements lined up within 45 hours, including several bilateral meetings with other world leaders and a community event to connect with the Indian diaspora in Indonesia. The prime minister will join other leaders from around the globe in discussing several issues, including the state of the global economy, issues relating to energy, environment, agriculture, health and digital transformation.