Delhi Airport: A bomb threat call for Terminal- 2 was received by Delhi Police. Immediately, departure area was evacuated&passengers were moved to gate no4 while arriving passengers were on hold inside aircraft. It was found to be a hoax. Normalcy at terminal operation restored

Visakhapatnam: One dead and one missing, and 27 people have been rescued by the Indian Coast Guard.  29 crew members of Offshore Support Vessel Coastal Jaguar had jumped into the water after a fire engulfed the vessel, earlier today. 

Sanjay Bhatia, DCP (Airport): A person called up Delhi airport terminal-2 and said he had placed a bomb at the airport. He later denied when police identified him. Police are still carrying out a search as a precautionary measure.

Badaun: Seven people died after a truck overtuned in Allapur area, today.

Government Officials: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval interacted with Jammu & Kashmir Police and security forces personnel who are working for 16-17 hours a day.

83 people died in the last five days in various districts of Kerala due to floods.

Uttarakhand: Chamoli District Magistrate Swati S Bhadoriya declares holiday in all Government & private schools and Anganwadi in the district for tomorrow, in view of India Meteorological Department's forecast of rainfall in the region.

The Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Ranbir Singh toured the Kashmir Valley today to review the prevailing security situation in the region. The Army Commander visited formations in North & South Kashmir and was briefed about the current situation and recent counter-terrorist operations.

Former President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday congratulated Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla. Mukherjee, "I greatly appreciate the Speaker (Om Birla) for taking the trouble of coming & I must congratulate him for the smooth & efficient conduct of sessions of Parliament where every member got the opportunity to express their views."

Delhi: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) President, Sardar Sukhbir Singh Badal met Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal at the latter's residence, today.

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In one of the biggest news during the weekend, days after Pakistan suspended the Lahore-Delhi Samjhauta Express train services as a mark of protest against abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir, the Indian government reciprocated the measure by cancelling the bi-weekly train between Delhi and Attari. A statement issued by the Indian Railways said the train services would not be resumed until further orders.

With heavy rains continuing to batter Kerala, the death toll in the state has now risen to 72. Over 2.27 Lakh people are sheltered in relief camps across Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said. Indian National Congress leader Rahul Gandhi arrived in Kerala on Sunday afternoon and proceeded to a relief camp in Boodanam Church in Nilambur. He met the people affected in floods and talked with them.

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