Trump defiant after hush money conviction

Trump stays defiant after historic hush money conviction; supporters rally fervently

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Republicans strongly criticized the New York jury's conviction of Donald Trump on 34 counts, branding it politically motivated. Trump plans to appeal, labeling the trial as "rigged" by a "conflicted judge." He asserts the true verdict will be determined by the American people on November 5. Republicans strongly criticized the New York jury's conviction of Donald Trump on 34 counts, branding it politically motivated. Trump plans to appeal, labeling the trial as "rigged" by a "conflicted judge." He asserts the true verdict will be determined by the American people on November 5.
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How A Simple Request For Water Led To Averted Kathua Tragedy
How A Simple Request For Water Led To Averted Kathua Tragedy

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Ashish Walter
The terror attack could have caused massive civilian casualties if the terrorists had not asked the villagers for water. As in a shocking accident on Wednesday, a CRPF soldier lost his life during an operation in which two terrorists holed up in a border village in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district were killed by security forces. The operation lasted more than 15 hours, during which another CRPF jawan was also shot dead, officials said. the two terrorists had entered the village at 8 PM on Tuesday. The terrorists knocked on the doors of a house, seeking water. The occupants got frightened and informed the police. After seeing the police, one of the terrorists tried to throw a grenade at the team but was instantly killed. "They asked for water from a few houses, to which the villagers grew suspicious and slammed the doors on them and a few raised their voices and cried. The terrorists panicked and fired randomly in the air and also at one odd villager who was passing by," a senior official said in a statement, as per a report by news agency Hindustan Times. Meanwhile, a villager claimed his quick thinking and action averted a potential tragedy. According to them, two senior officers escaped unhurt even as their vehicles were hit by bullets during the operation that began on Tuesday night after two terrorists were spotted in Saida Sukhal village. This incident was reported by Additional Director General of Police (Jammu Zone), Anand Jain.
india.com
Houthis Hit India-Bound Ship Twice; ‘Vessel On The Verge Of Sinking’
Houthis Hit India-Bound Ship Twice; 'Vessel On The Verge Of Sinking'

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Ashish Walter
Houthi militants carried out a top-tier military operation targeting Liberian-flagged Ship Tutor in the Red Sea. The Yemeni militants used an unmanned surface vessel, several drones, and ballistic missiles. Houthi spokesperson Yahya Saree said the ship's owning company violated the YAF's ban on entry into the ports of occupied Palestine. Houthis successfully hit the vessel twice resulting in severe damages in the engine room, putting it at risk of sinking.Houthis Hit India-Bound Ship Twice; 'Vessel On The Verge Of Sinking'.
Times of India
Virat Kohli's rough form described by teammate
Virat Kohli's poor form was reviewed by an Indian player after beating USA

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Shefali Dhiman
Team India star was questioned about Virat Kohli's recent poor form after Rohit Sharma's team defeated the USA in the T20 World Cup. Kohli faced his first-ever golden duck in January against Afghanistan. Despite a strong IPL season, Kohli struggled with scores of 1, 4, and 0 in the first three T20 World Cup matches.
Hindustan Times
Ajit Doval stays as security adviser
Ajit Doval appointed for third term as National Security Adviser; PK Mishra remains PM's Principal Secretary

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Shefali Dhiman
Top bureaucrats Ajit Doval, PK Mishra, Amit Khare, and Tarun Kapoor will continue in their roles at the Prime Minister's office. Doval remains National Security Advisor, Mishra as Principal Secretary, and former IAS officers Khare and Kapoor as advisers. Their appointments coincide with PM Modi's term or until further notice.
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ATM cash withdrawals might cost more soon
Using ATMs might get more expensive due to possible increase in interchange fees

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Shefali Dhiman
CATMI is asking RBI and NPCI to increase ATM withdrawal fees to ₹23 per transaction, paid by customers. Currently, savings account holders in major cities get five free monthly withdrawals, and three free at other bank ATMs. The last fee increase was two years ago, from ₹15 to ₹17.
Hindustan Times
PM reviews security in Jammu and Kashmir
Prime Minister examines Jammu and Kashmir security, assessing complete counter-terrorism capabilities

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Shefali Dhiman
Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting to assess Jammu and Kashmir's security situation after recent encounters between security forces and terrorists. He spoke with Home Minister Amit Shah and NSA Ajit Doval, discussing counter-terrorism efforts and deploying full armed forces' capabilities. The PM also briefed with local officials on ongoing operations.
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