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Telangana: Maoist couple with Rs 8 lakh bounty surrenders in Telangana

In Telangana's Bhadradi region, a Maoist couple has surrendered before the state police. The couple was carrying a total bounty of Rs 8 lakh on their head. As per police, the couple is identified as Sodi Narasimha Rao (30-year-old) and his wife Podium Sanni. A senior police officer stated that Rao and his wife Sanni were active as Area Committee Member (ACM) in Maoist party. The officer added that Rao joined the Maoist party in 2007 and in 2017, he was promoted as Khanpur-Mangi Area Committee secretary. Rao's wife Sanni joined the Maoist party in 2013. Src: https://bit.ly/2ksUXfH

Maharashtra govt looking to open resort, other facilities in Kashmir, Ladakh

Minister of Tourism in Maharashtra Cabinet, Jayakumar Rawal, stated, "After the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the Maharashtra govt had a plan to invest in Kashmir and Ladakh, and in the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) meeting held on August 28, the board decided to reserve one crore each for a resort in Srinagar and a mountaineering institute in Ladakh". Rawal added that the Maharashtra govt is planning to approach the administration for govt land for the two projects but it can likewise look for private land to open the facilities there. "In the coming 15-20 days we will send a team and hire consultants for reviewing the region", he included. Src: https://bit.ly/2lQnSuu

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Gurugram: A scooter rider fined Rs 23,000 under the new amended Motor Vehicles Act

In Gurugram, a two-wheeler user (Mr. Madan) has been handed a challan of Rs 23,000 for violating multiple traffic rules, which are driving without a licence, without registration certificate, no third-party insurance, no pollution certificate, and without a helmet. However, Mr. Madan was let go with the lesser penalty than what it would have been occurred as per the new Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2019. As per the new bill, fines for the above-mentioned offenses would have been Rs 10,000 for no pollution certificate, Rs 5,000 for no driving licence, Rs 10,000 for not having a registration certificate, Rs 4,000 for no third-party insurance, and Rs 10,000 for driving without a helmet (Total of Rs 30,000). This comes after the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2019 came into effect from September 1. Src: https://bit.ly/2lVZlEy

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FIR against Digvijaya Singh for saying BJP, Bajrang Dal take money from ISI

BJP's City Unit General Secretary Satish Arora has lodged an FIR against senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh over his allegation that the saffron party and Bajrang Dal take money from Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). As per media reports, an inquiry has been handed over to Sub Inspector Rajesh Kumar Pandey. Earlier, on Saturday, Singh alleged that the BJP and the Bajrang Dal take money from ISI. He further asserted, "Non-Muslims are spying for Pakistan's ISI more than Muslims. Mind this". Src: https://bit.ly/2jS0pbI

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