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  • MPs write to PM, seeking intervention in Marad flat case; Three MPs refuse to sign

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  • ED arrests Karnataka Congress leader D K Shivkumar for 'money laundering'

  • 'Do not resort to violence, ready to face any situation'; India issues warning to Pakistan

Kerala News

Palarivattom Bridge will be rebuilt under the guidance of E Sreedharan, says Pinarayi

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The flaws in the construction work of the Palarivattom Bridge will be rebuild under the leadership of E Sreedharan, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The design and estimate will be made by Sreedharan and work on the construction will begin in the first week of October, he said. The work will be completed in a year, Pinarayi said while addressing the media.

National News

Indian Navy tracks Chinese warships in Indian ocean region

NEW DELHI: Seven Chinese Navy warships operating in and around the Indian Ocean Region, including an over 27,000 tonnes amphibious vessel, have been tracked by the Indian Navy using its American-origin P-8I anti-submarine warfare spy planes and other surveillance assets. In the pictures accessed by ANI, Chinese Landing Platform Dock Xian-32 can be seen passing through the Southern Indian Ocean Region before it entered the Sri Lankan waters earlier this month. The P-8I anti-submarine warfare and long-range surveillance aircraft have clicked the

World News

Pakistanis were more curious about Chandrayaan 2 than Indians: Google report

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan have always been interested in each other's developments and this does not confine to Kashmir issue alone. Recently, Google Trends has revealed that the people of Pakistan were even more curious about India's prestigious Moon mission Chandrayaan 2. According to reports, the people of Pakistan have searched for several keywords such as 'Vikram lander' and 'ISRO" on September 7, the date on which the Vikram lander was supposed to land on the lunar surface. Several curious Pakistanis continued to search till 5.30 am e