Sahara SEBI Case: SEBI tells the Supreme Court that Sahara's Aamby valley auction has failed and no bids have been received. Next hearing will be on September 12.

Our alliance with Nitish Kumar will continue in Bihar: BJP President Amit Shah, Patna.

Kerala Malankara Orthodox Church case: The second accused, Father Mathew surrenders before Kollam Crime branch. Kerala High Court had dismissed anticipatory bail pleas of three priests, yesterday.

Supreme Court to resume hearing petitions against Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), which criminalises homosexual activities, on July 17.

If BJP does not believe in Hindu Rashtra concept then they should say it on record that we do not believe in a Hindu Rashtra but in a secular republic. This would end the debate: Shashi Tharoor, Congress MP.

10 people missing after a landslide broke the banks of a natural dam in Afghanistan's Panjshir province yesterday. Water from the dam flooded a village damaging over 400 houses, officials confirm: Afghan media.

Income-tax refunds worth over Rs 70,000 crore have been issued to the taxpayers: Union Finance Minister Piyush Goyal.

Mid-air collision between two IndiGo aircraft was averted over Bengaluru airspace on 10th July.

Mumbai: Fire breaks out in a building at Ballard Pier, two fire tenders rushed to the spot.

Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav withdraw their petitions from the Supreme Court in connection with the issue of vacating their bungalows. Supreme Court in its earlier order held that they can't hold their bungalows after demitting office.

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Croatia qualified for their first-ever World Cup final on Wednesday. They will meet France in the summit clash now. Roger Federer has crashed out of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships in the quarter-final stage.

The Bihar cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, on Wednesday approved amendments for easing some of the most stringent provisions of the tough prohibition law passed to enforce statewide liquor ban. The amendments were approved to curb the misuse of the liquor prohibition law.

Some big developments that are expected to happen today are:

13 Amarnath pilgrims are reported to be injured after the mini bus they were traveling in rammed into a parked truck near Birma Bridge in Udhampur. Driver fled from the spot. Today, will be the third day of hearing session of Supreme Court on petitions to scrap Section 377.

On Wednesday, the Centre has said that it is okay with consensual acts between adults in private but seeks clarification on bestiality. It has passed the buck on Supreme Court, and has asked the latter to decide on the constitutionality of Section 377.

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