Follow news in brief for October 10

Follow news in brief for October 10
Bangalore, Oct 9: Catch all the latest updates on India and International news here:

10.30 pm: Malala Yousufzai invites Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif to Nobel ceremony.

9.45 pm: Narendra Modi meets Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, discusses clean India mission.

9.10 pm: Andhra Pradesh vice president of BJP Ranga Mohan passes away.

8.50 pm: People have lost faith in both Congress and BJP: Naveen Patnaik

8.20 pm: Cyclone alert: Odisha deploys NDRF, set to evacuate 3.5 lakh people.

7.35 pm: Pakistan haboured Bin Laden and preaching us about peace: India

7:10 pm: Hudhud now a 'very severe cyclonic storm', Visakhapatnam to evacuate 35,000 people on Saturday

6:40 pm: Six persons arrested from Barpeta district for suspected involvement in the October 2 Burdwan blast in West Bengal

6:21 pm: The Election Commission gives Prime Minister Narendra Modi clean chit after the Congress party had filed a complaint over his radio address

5:55 pm: Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif congratulates teenage girls' education activist Malala Yousafzai for winning the Nobel Peace Prize

5:35 pm: Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulates Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi

5:30 pm: Subramanian Swamy: Many unanswered questions surrounding the death of Sunanda Pushkar need explanations

4:55 pm: Peoples Democratic Party asks India and Pakistan to show greater magnanimity, replace hawkish rhetoric with talk of friendship and peace

4:28 pm: UK court refuses to extradite child abuser Raymond Varley

3:47 pm: Fire at a garment factory in Goregaon

3:26 pm: Delhi High Court directs INLD chief Om Prakash Chautala to surrender before jail authorities tomorrow

2.35 pm: The Nobel Peace Prize 2014 awarded jointly to Kailash Satyarthi, Malala Yousafzai

2.25 pm: Centre informs SC that Delhi LG's letter is still under consideration and hopefully the President will soon take a decision.

1.25 pm: 6, including 3 children and as many women, killed in cylinder blast in house in Delhi's Jasola area.

1.03 pm: Union MInister Harsh Vardhan refuses to comment on Sunanda Pushkar's latest post mortem report.

12.57 pm: Facebook has a significant presence in India so there is enormous scope: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

12.52 pm: Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu calls for a fresh probe into Sunanda Pushkar's death.

12.38 pm: A farmer doesn't ask for a bungalow or a car, he only demands water for irrigation: PM Narendra Modi in Amravati, Maharashtra.

12.04 pm: If Congress has any moral left, it should ask Bhupinder Singh Hooda to resign immediately as it did in Maharashtra: Venkaiah Naidu.

11.51 am: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in Delhi

11.40 am: No CBI probe required, Delhi police is competent enough to find the truth: Delhi Police Commissioner over fresh report on Sunanda's death (read more)

11.20 am: OP Chautala reaches Tis Hazari Court

11.03 am: Home Minister Rajnath Singh speaks to CMs of Odisha,AP & Telangana to enquire about preparedness to combat cyclone Hudhud, assures all help.

10.50 am: SC adjourns hearing on CBI director Ranjit Sinha's visitors' diary matter till Oct 16.

10.43 am: Coastal Odisha witnesses raining as cyclone Hudhud nears; heavy rains expected until landfall, likely on Sunday.

10.25 am: PM Narendra Modi arrives in Brahmapuri, Chandrapur (Maharashtra) to address a rally

9.40 am: We demand CBI investigation, we want justice for her: Ashok Kumar, Sunanda Pushkar's relative

9.10 am: Slovakia for the first time beat Spain by a score of 2-1 in Euro 2016 qualifier in Zilina.

9:09 am: Narendra Modi working for a few industrialists: Rahul Gandhi

8:32 am: AIADMK abandons Jayalalitha? Functionary 'requests' her to resign as party Gen Sec

8.00 am: Big day for India as UK court to hear a plea seeking extradition of paedophile Raymond Varley.

7.00 am: A hospital in the US state of Texas reported that the patient quarantined earlier in the week as a possible Ebola case does not have the virus.

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