News updates of Nov 14

Bengaluru, Nov 14: PM Narendra Modi arrived in Brisbane to attend the G20 Summit. Follow latest news updates here:

10:45 pm: Chinese troops training Pak army near India border: Report

9:30 pm: Alert sounded at UP railway station after bomb blast threat SMS

8:51 pm: Chhattisgarh government suspects poisoning in Ciprocin 500mg after sterilisation deaths

6:45 pm: CBI registers 5 new cases against non-Saradha companies in its probe into the multi-crore chit fund scam

5:55 pm: There were discussions on bilateral ties between India and Japan, says MEA on PM's meeting with Japan PM.

5:30 pm: We don't create pressure on constitutional bodies, but will do anything to resolve issues of Delhi people, says Satish Upadhyay.

5:05 pm: PM Abe Shinzo hosts PM Narendra Modi for dinner in Brisbane on margins of G-20 Summit.

4:48 pm: Protests erupt in Kupwara district following the death of a minor who was run over by an army vehicle.

4.25 pm: BJP leader Ram Madav appeals Kashmiri separatists to join mainstream politics, urges them to meet PM Modi instead of visiting Pak PM & HC.

4.10 pm: Relations with India are important for UK's foreign policy: UK PM David Cameron

2.40 pm: SC discloses names of Meiyappan, Raj Kundra, Srnivasan among others from Mudgal panel report on IPL-6 scandal.

2.32 pm: Trinamool supporters attack police station in Alipur, Kolkata. One policeman injured.

2.20 pm: DERC puts power tariff hike in Delhi on hold 24 hours after the hike

2.05 pm: Allahabad High Court issues notice to Aligarh Muslim University Vice-Chancellor over curbs on undergraduate women students using the library

1.45 pm: Hizbul Mujahideen threat posters surface in South Kashmir, warning people and candidates to boycott the election process in J&K

1.03 pm: How could so many pills reached Kunal Ghosh, now West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee raises question

12.50 pm: Bollywood actor Salman Khan appears in a Jodhpur court in connection with the 1998 black buck poaching case

12.45 pm: Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says "unfair, unjust and undemocratic" constitution must be reformed

12.26 pm: Superintendent in charge of the prison where Kunal Ghosh attempted suicide, suspended.

11.55 am:

11.40 am: Bombay HC scraps reservation to Marathas, upholds Muslim quota in education; next hearing on Jan 5, 2015.

11.25 am: Nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile test-fired from an Odisha range.

11.20 am: Subramanian Swamy speaks on Kunal GHosh's attempt to commit suicide, says 'how could he do that in jail. Where was the security?'

11.17 am: Opposition creates ruckus in Uttar Pradesh Assembly over poor law and order and other issues.

11.02 am:

10.53 am: PM Narendra Modi at Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia)

10.50 am: Union Minister Ram Shankar Katheria accused of forging his graduation marksheet (Minister forges his marksheet)

10.42 am: Two terrorists killed in Kulgam after 15 hours of gunbattle.

10.40 am: Gujarat: 2 infants die, 1 critical after government-run immunisation programme in Surendranagar

10.35 am: It goes to show that army punishes anyone who doesn't go by procedure: Manohar Parrikar on Machil fake encounter verdict.

10.30 am: West Bengal Prisons Minister HA Safi says Kunal Ghosh has access to 2-3 pills as a regular prescription

10.00 am: PM Narendra Modi will visit Melbourne Cricket Ground, pose for shutterbugs alongside Australian PM Tony Abbott with 2015 cricket WC trophy (Modi-Abbott to pose with WC trophy)

9.57 am: Delhi electricity regulatory commission hikes power tariff in Delhi

9.50 am: Questions arise if this is a suicide attempt of a political conspiracy: Siddharth Nath Singh, BJP on Kunal Ghosh

9.12 am: Police may send Sunanda Pushkar's viscera samples to UK lab (Sunanda's viscera samples to be sent to UK Lab)

8.45 am: Kolkata: Saradha scam accused TMC MP Kunal Ghosh allegedly tried to commit suicide, is admitted in SSKM Hospital (Kunal Ghosh in hospital)

8.15 am: Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh arrives at Shanti Vana to pay tribute to Pandit Nehru.

8.00 am: Narendra Modi arrived in Brisbane to attend the G20Summit and for talks with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (Narendra Modi arrives in Australia)

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