Serena Williams retires in the first set of the Rogers Cup final.

Death toll in Kerala Floods rises to 72; 58 people reported missing.

Bhopal: Outsourced employees of the Electricity Department held a protest earlier today over their demand for regularisation of jobs; police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters.

Delhi Police: Delhi Police today conducted a mock drill at Tibetan Woolen Market near Jama Masjid. The team also defused a dummy bomb at the drill.

Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter rescued 125 people stranded on a road that was washed off from two sides at a causeway in Bhuj.

Maharashtra: Locals of Mhaisal village in Sangli are facing acute water crisis, say,"we don't have drinking water since last 8 days. The road are closed due to flooding. It's Eid tomorrow we don't have enough water, how will we celebrate and manage things?"

A murdered young woman whose body was found in a house following a shooting in a mosque near Oslo is the suspected gunman's stepsister, Norwegian police said Sunday.

"Police are confirming that it is the suspect's 17-year-old stepsister that was found murdered yesterday," police said in a statement, after earlier announcing they were treating the Saturday mosque shooting as an "attempted act of terror".

Northern Railway's Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO): Inconsequent to Pakistan's decision to cancel Samjhauta Express 14607/14608 running between Lahore and Attari, the Samjhauta Link Express train number 14001/14002 running between Delhi and Attari also stands cancelled.

 

Northern Railway's Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO): Inconsequent to Pakistan's decision to cancel Samjhauta Express 14607/14608 running between Lahore and Attari, the Samjhauta Link Express train number 14001/14002 running between Delhi and Attari also stands cancelled.

Vijayawada: A 20-year-old man Altaf died at Vijayawada Railway Station today after a girder (used for building framework of large buildings) fell on him. More details awaited. 

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New Delhi, August 11: The flood situation in Maharashtra continued to remain grim with several districts still submerged under water. According to a latest update by ANI, 23 cattle have been rescued in a raid in Shahgunj in  Aurangabad. Sambhaji Pawar, Inspector, City Chowk Police Station said, "We had received info that some cattle were held hostage, 23 cattle were rescued by police. Case registered, further investigation underway." Stay tuned at LatestLY for the live breaking news and updates from India and across the world.

Meanwhile, in Karnataka, the rail transport on the section between Sakleshpur and Subramanya stations has been affected adversely due to landslides and soil erosion on multiple spots. In the wake of the worsening flood-like situation,  Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Saturday sought Rs 3,000-crore aid from the central government for relief works in the state's 14 flood-hit districts. Karnataka has been battered by heavy monsoon rains and strong surface winds since August 1.

In Odisha, freedom fighter Dayanidhi Nayak passed away on Saturday at the age of 95 in Bargarh. According to reports, the veteran leader was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Bargarh for age related ailments and was ailing for past one month. He is survived by his only daughter Swarupa Nayak.