4.6 magnitude earthquake hits Indo-Pak border; more news updates of Sept 27

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News in brief: Sept 27
Bangalore, Sept 27: Here are the latest news updates of the day:

11:46 pm: J&K: Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 on richter scale hits Indo-Pak border

10:30 pm: FIR filed against Trinamool Congress lawmaker Tapas Pal for 'shoot and rape' remark

9:10 pm: Basic sanitation is not available to millions of people. Nor is electricity and drinking water available, says Modi at United Nations.

8:45 pm: PM Modi's address has been very comprehensive and appropriate in responding to Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif, says security expert Uday Bhaskar.

8:00 pm: Let's work together in the direction of celebrating an international 'Yog Diwas', says Modi at United Nations.

7:45 pm: Prepared to engage in serious bilateral dialogue with Pakistan in a peaceful atmosphere, without the shadow of terrorism. It is upto Pakistan to create the right atmosphere and come forward for bilateral talks, says PM at UN.

7:20 pm: Uddhav ji made a promise as a brother, so no candidate will be contesting against Pankaja Munde, says Anil Desai, Shiv Sena leader.

7:00 pm: We have been offered 8 seats, 2-3 more seats will be discussed, they have assured cabinet post: Ramdas Athawale, RPI.

6:35 pm: Massive protest in Chennai. Governor has been reviewing law and order situation in Tamil Nadu.

6:00 pm: Wheels of justice grind slow but they grind for sure, Nobody is above the law: Rtd Justice RS Sodhi on Jayalalithaa verdict.

5.18 pm: PM Narendra Modi at the 9/11 Memorial, New York

5.10 pm: Wrestler Geetika Jakhar wins bronze in women's 63kg freestyle event in Asian Games.

5.00 pm: DA case: J Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years imprisonment

4.51 pm: Wrestler Vinesh Phogat wins bronze in women's 48kg freestyle event in Asian Games.

4.40 pm: Reports suggest Jayalalithaa given 4 years jail sentence.

4.35 pm: At least 29 Indian fishermen arrested by Pakistani authorities for allegedly entering the country's territorial waters - PTI

3.50 pm: Indian men's squash team wins gold medal in the Asian Games.

3.40 pm: Congress leader Yasmin Sherani shot at in Ratlam district, Madhya Pradesh.

2.55 pm: India beat China 2-0 in men's hockey to qualify for the Asian Games semifinal, to play South Korea.

2.30 pm: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa convicted in DA case. [Follow updates]

1.55 pm: India is committed to Palestinian cause: Sushma Swaraj

1.25 pm: Volcano erupts in central Japan, injuries reported.

12.58 pm: India's Abhishek Verma settles for silver in men's compound individual archery at Asian Games.

12.47 pm: AIADMK sympathisers attempted to break security cordon at Hosur Road near Tamil Nadu-Karnataka border

12.20 pm: Indian women's squash team settles for silver.

12.01 pm: Sri Lanka wins support of 22 nations against UN rights probe.

11.45 am: Maharashtra elections: Congress calls off alliance with Samajwadi Party.

11.40 am: Amit Shah arrives at Mumbai BJP office to have a strategy meet before elections.

11.20 am: Nepal backs India's bid for permanent UNSC seat.

10.34 am: Chain Singh shoots down bronze in Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position.

10.30 am: Maharashtra polls: Shiv Sena to contest all 288 seats.

9.47 am: India clarifies, says PM Modi is "ring fenced",there's no question of anyone serving any summons and an action in matter is underway.

9.39 am: India strongly rejects "untenable comments" made by Pak PM Nawaz Sharif on Jammu & Kashmir in the UNGA

8.51 am: DA case: TN CM Jayalalithaa's convoy leaves from her residence in Chennai,will appear before Bangalore court today

8.42 am: In a significant gesture to back war against terrorism, PM Modi will visit 9/11 memorial in New York.

8.40 am: Flight chaos in Chicago after employee lights a fire and tries to commit suicide at air-traffic control centre

8.30 am: PM Narendra Modi to address United Nations General Assembly later today.

8.10 am: Asian Games 2014: India beat South Korea to clinch gold in compound men's team archery.

7.45 am: India will set the record straight on Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's Kashmir remarks in UN, says MEA.

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