Jammu and Kashmir senior journalist Aarti Tikoo Singh raises Shujaat Bukhari's murder issue at US House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on 'Human Rights in South Asia' in Washington DC.She said, "On 14 June 2018 Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead by LeT in Srinagar, terror group banned by US that perpetrated Mumbai terror attacks."Adding more, she said, "Why did they kill him? Because Shujaat wanted Pakistan to end violence & human rights abuse in Kashmir, they killed him because he wanted peace."Here's the ANI tweet:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday congratulated Canadian premier Justin Trudeau for returning to power. Trudeau's Liberal Party held onto power in a nail-biting election on Monday. 

Congress will hold a protest across the country from the first week of November, against Central Government over the economic situation

Kamlesh Tiwari Murder Case: Police Arrests Murder Accused Ashfaq and Moinuddin From Gujarat-Rajasthan Border.

West Bengal: Novel laureate Abhijit Banerjee arrives in Kolkata. He met Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier today.

Jammu and Kashmir: Encounter breaks out between security forces & terrorists in Awantipora. The forces had launched a cordon and search operation following inputs about the presence of terrorists.

Petrol and diesel pumps across Rajasthan will keep their operations shut for 24 hours, starting October 23 to protest against the increased rate of Value Added Taxes or VAT, officials said today.

Punjab: Ludhiana Police has arrested 5 members of a gang which used to withdraw money from accounts of other people, at ATMs, on the pretext of helping them. The gang used to ask for ATM PIN of the customers & later use it to withdraw cash from their accounts using fake ATM cards.

Mumbai: Special PMLA Court sends Humayun Merchant to Enforcement Directorate custody till 24th October.

Navjot Kaur Sidhu, wife of Navjot Singh Sidhu steps down from the Indian National Congress party.

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Mumbai, October 22: The General Assembly Elections in Maharashtra and Haryana took place on Monday. The exit polls released after the polling process was completed predicted a historic mandate for the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The saffron camp is expected to dominate all corners of Maharashtra and Haryana, with the Opposition likely to be reduced to its lowest strength in the two assemblies in the last couple of decades.

Mumbai was greeted with sudden rains on Monday. The 'October Rains' phenomenon has caught everyone by the surprise.

Holiday has been declared for today in all schools of Ramanathapuram, due to heavy rainfall in the district. Same-sex marriage and abortion laws have been liberalised in Northern Ireland.

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