National and international news updates of October 29

News in brief: Oct 29
Bangalore, Oct 29: Two days after the Centre submitted the names of account holders, Modi government is likely to submit over 600 names of suspected black money holders to SC today. Here are the latest news updates of the day:

10:55 pm: Shiv Sena tells BJP it is agreeable to a 2:1 ratio for sharing cabinet berths in Maharashtra, say Sena sources

9:35 pm: US troops returning from Ebola missions to be kept in supervised isolation for 21 days, says Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel: Associated Press

9:00 pm: IT to begin probe against 90 from Mumbai in blackmoney case

8:20 pm: High Court quashes FIR against Lalit Modi

7.20 pm: Assam CM Tarun Gogoi called on PM Narendra Modi in Delhi and discussed a gamut of important issues concerning the state like militancy and the threat from fundamentalist groups.

7.00 pm: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today urged the Chief Ministers of Assam and Nagaland to maintain people-to-people contact along the inter-state border to strengthen peace and harmony.

6.50 pm: Investigation against over 600 people accused of stashing money abroad illegally is going on and a report on it will be submitted in time, Chief of Special Investigation Team (SIT) on blackmoney Justice M B Shah said.

6.40 pm: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley asks the CAG not to sensationalise its findings to get into headlines.

6.30 pm: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal stirs controversy, says Delhi LG is a BJP agent.

6.00 pm: Bengal becoming safe haven for terrorists under TMC: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.

5.43 pm: Three militants killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Handwara.

5.25 pm: Sharad Pawar-led MCA gives Wankhede Stadium free for Maharashtra oath-taking ceremony.

4.56 pm: CWG case: Provisional arrest of 3 Swiss officials sought by CBI

4.30 pm: Air India shuts safety doors due to absence of cabin crew: Air India whistleblower.

4.10 pm: Uddhav meets senior Sena leaders, but no signs of party joining BJP.

3.50 pm: Saradha chit fund scam case: Enforcement Directorate attaches assets, including a school and some resorts, worth around Rs 60 crore.

2.25 pm: West Bengal Police stop CPI(M) delegation from entering Parui in Birbhum district

3.10 pm: Government is committed to black money probe: Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

2.45 pm: Army says all 3 men killed in Handwara encounter were LeT terrorists who had infiltrated on or before Oct 13;a JCO also martyred in operation

1.35 pm: I demand of LG, if his intentions are noble he should call an all party meet today evening: Arvind Kejriwal

1.15 pm: It is a great development but the credit goes to SC not the Finance Ministry or AG: Ram Jethmalani on black money

1.00 pm: 3 killed, 200 trapped after mudslides in central Sri Lanka's Badulla district; army joins rescue & relief operations.

12.33 pm: Arvind Kejriwal demands 'all party meeting today', questions Delhi LG's intention behind talks in 'next few days'.

12.27 pm: Security forces gun down 3 terrorists in Handwara, J&K; encounter still on.

12.26 pm: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to hold talks with parties to explore possibility of govt formation in next few days: LG Office

12.20 pm: Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran summoned as accused by Special 2G court in Aircel-Maxis deal case (read more)

12.10 pm: Bangladesh court awards death sentence to Islamist party leader Motiur Rahman Nizami for 1971 war crimes (read more)

11.45 am: SC pulls up Centre and state pollution control boards for not taking action against polluting industries functioning on the banks of Ganga.

11.24 am: LG will talk to all parties regarding formation of govt in Delhi

11.05 am: SC refuses to open the sealed envelope saying that the documents be placed before SIT.

10.38 am: Centre submits list of 627 foreign bank account holders to Supreme Court (read more)

10.36 am: We'll abide by the court order; we've already given the names to SIT: Rajnath Singh on foreign bank account holders.

10.32 am: British national's body found on railway track in Kanpur, details awaited.

9.55 am: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon criticises travel bans,closing of borders by countries in response to Ebola outbreak.

9.45 am: US President Barack Obama lauds the progress made against Ebola disease in West Africa- PTI.

9.20 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the nation on the occassion of Chhat Puja. Modi tweeted: "My greetings on auspicious occasion of Chhath Puja. May blessings of the Sun God brighten our lives with joy, peace & prosperity."

8.50 am: Fire breaks out in a shop in Hapur (UP). NO casualties have been reported so far

8.23 am: Devendra Fadnavis to take oath as Maharashtra CM on Friday; Shiv Sena gives portfolio proposal to BJP.

8.00 am: Narendra Modi government to submit over 600 names of suspected black money holders to SC today.

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