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Shiv Sena-BJP alliance ends; more news updates of Sept 25

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News in brief: Sept 25
Bangalore, Sept 25: Here are the news updates of the day:

7.40 pm: Supreme Court held that it would be better for Indian democracy if the inflammatory and hate speeches by certain people rooted in bigotry are ignored.

7.30 pm: Supreme Court struck down the National Tax Tribunal Act, holding it unconstitutional, violating the constitution's basic structure and constitutional conventions

7.15 pm: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi seeks Rs 1,000 crore from PM Narendra Modi as relief to the flood affected state.

7.00 pm: A man was killed and four people were grievously injured when part of a multi-storeyed building collapsed at Jamnalal Bajaj Street in Burrabazar area of Kolkata.

6.45 pm: Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani launched a campaign about cleanliness in school under 'Swachh Bharat Mission' programme.

6.30 pm: Shiv Sena-BJP 25 year old alliance comes to an end over failure to reach consensus over seat-sharing ahead of Maharashtra assembly elections on October 15.

6:15 pm: Will build Maharashtra of Balasaheb's dream under Uddhav's leadership, tweets Aditya Thackeray amid reports of impending split with ally BJP

5.00 pm: India agrees to China's request for a flag meet.

4:50 pm: Congress-NCP alliance in Maharashtra might collapse, says sources.

4.14 pm: PM Narendra Modi leaves for 5-day US trip from Delhi airport.

4.00 pm: BJP left without a notice, Shiv Sena alleges.

3.25 pm: Maharashtra: BJP-Shiv Sena alliance crumbles, say TV reports.

2.35 pm: Explosion at a steel plant in Burnpur in West Bengal, 30 injured.

2.30 pm: Youth Congress supporters and policemen clash near Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

2.07 pm: TMC leader Anubrata Mandal is one of the accused Parui murder case.

2.04 pm: West Bengal government files appeal in Calcutta HC challenging single bench order directing CBI to probe Parui murder case

1:30 pm: BJP to hold 27,000 meetings in 17 days in Bihar

1.04 pm: Saina Nehwal enters Asian Games badminton women's singles quarterfinals, PV Sindhu crashes out.

12.44 pm: Shiv Sena reaches out to BJP one last time, Uddhav Thackeray speaks to Amit Shah.

12.20 pm: Its my view that investments in states lead to nation's development: PM Modi

11.52 pm: Prime Minister Narendra Mod launches MakeinIndia campaign

11.27 am: Chanda Kochhar (CEO, ICICI Bank) speaking at the launch of "Make In India" campaign.

11.17 am: ISRO tweets the first picture of Red Planet, taken by Mars Orbiter.

11.05 am:

10.45 am: Calcutta HC orders CID probe into TMC MP Tapas Pal's hate speech. HC directs CID to carry out probe.

10.30 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch the Make In India campaign in Delhi

10.00 am: BJP-Shiv Sena alliance heading for split, say BJP sources amid row over seat-sharing for Maharashtra assembly polls

9.48 am: India, China to hold flag meeting today in Chushul in Ladakh to address LAC stand-off: sources

9.40 am: BJP President Amit Shah cancels visit to Mumbai.

9.20 am: Asian Games 2014: India win a bronze in the Women's Double Trap Shooting Team event

9.00 am: Ahead of Modi's US visit, American think tank has called on Obama Administration to not let international crisis overshadow US-India ties

8.45 am: Union HRD Min Smriti Irani makes a surprise visit to Kendriya Vidyalaya (RK Puram), participates in cleaning drive

8.40 am: After creating history, Mangalyaan sends first set of pictures of Mars.

8.20 am: India's Swarn Singh wins bronze in the men's single sculls (Rowing) at the Asian Games.

8.00 am: Maharashtra polls: Congress releases list, Prithviraj Chavan to contest from Karad.

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