Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind & his wife Savita Kovind, embark on a three-nation visit to Iceland, Switzerland and Slovenia.

Ashes 2019 Series: Australia Beats England by 185 Runs in Fourth Test. Retains Ashes Trophy

Maharashtra: One dead and three injured after two vehicles collapsed near Supa village on Pune-Ahmednagar Highway, earlier today.

Ajay Gupta, Collector of Sehore: All government and private schools in Sehore district to remain closed tomorrow in view of the heavy rainfall in the district.

Maharashtra: More than 60 dogs were found dead with their legs tied with strings in the forest of Girda in Buldhana district, on September 6. KN Taral, Forest Guard says,"We reached the spot immediately after we got the info. Efforts are on remove the odour in the area."

Madhya Pradesh: All government and private schools in Bhopal district to remain closed tomorrow in view of the heavy rainfall in the district.

Dr G Satheesh Reddy, Chairman of Defence Research & Development Organisation, on PM hugged & consoled ISRO Chief K Sivan after he(Sivan) broke down following Chandrayaan-2 Landing: It's a great gesture by PM. It's great morale booster for scientists who saw last mile glitch in mission.

Office of the Prime Minister: At 11:15 am tomorrow PM Modi will address the 14th Conference of Parties (COP14) to UNCCD being held in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. This conference will add to the global discourse on issues relating to the environment, especially land management.

BCCI acting Secretary Amitabh Choudhary has been asked to explain within a period of 7 days from today why action should not be taken against him.

Gorakhpur bound IndiGo Airbus 320Neo aircraft made an emergency landing at Varanasi Airport today, due to technical glitch in the aircraft. The flight was flying from Hyderabad to Gorakhpur.

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New Delhi, September 8: For the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), the dream to reach the south pole of moon lives on despite losing contact with the lander 'Vikram'. The space body's chief, K Sivan, issued a statement claiming that efforts to re-establish contact with the lander will continue for the next 14 days. Stay tuned here for the live breaking news headlines and updates emerging from India and across the world.

Among other major news, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Saturday pinned the blame on Pakistan for the communication blockade imposed in Jammu & Kashmir, claiming that the neighbouring nation is attempting to unleash a black propaganda - aimed at fuelling unrest - which has forced India to impose the restrictions. The upliftment of curbs will depend on the behaviour of Islamabad, he said.

Meanwhile,  tensions continue to escalate between the two South Asian neighbours, as Pakistan announced that it would not allow Indian President Ram Nath Kovind to use its airspace. The decision, said Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, is based on New Delhi's "recent behaviour" in Jammu & Kashmir.

On the sporting front, a thrilling Day 5 of the fourth Ashes Test is on the cards, with England being set a target of 383 runs by Australia. The English side, before stumps on Day 4, had already lost 2 wickets for 18 runs.