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Drunk IAS officer Sriram Venkitaraman's car rams into the bike, kills a journalist

A 35-year-old journalist, KM Basheer, was killed after his two-wheeler was hit by a car allegedly being driven by drunken IAS officer Sriram Venkataraman in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The incident took place near the Museum Junction police station. Deputy Police Commissioner Kori Sanjaykumar Gurudin said, “According to eyewitnesses and as per evidence collected, it is confirmed that Venkataraman was driving the car in a drunken state”. Src: https://bit.ly/2YJtMzi

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Security forces kill seven Maoists in Chhattisgarh

Seven Maoists were killed in a gunfight with security forces in Rajnandgaon district of Chhattisgarh on Saturday. According to police, the firing took place around 6 in the morning when a team of District Reserve Guard was out on an anti-Naxal operation. So far seven bodies have been recovered with a stock of weapons. Src: https://bit.ly/2ZtJxI0

Rajasthan passes a bill, ex-ministers to pay Rs 10,000 per day for occupying govt bungalows

The Rajasthan Assembly on Friday passed a bill amending the provisions for payment of rent by the former Ministers for the government houses allotted to them if they don't vacate them beyond two months after completing the term. The former Ministers will now be required to pay Rs 10,000 a day in such a situation. The Rajasthan Ministers' Salaries (Amendment) Bill, 2019, introduced by the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government on July 22 was passed by a voice vote. The bill is opposed by BJP declaring the rent too high. Currently, ex-ministers are charged Rs 5,000 a month for not vacating the government houses on time. Src: https://bit.ly/2LY4tUi

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A Hyderabad woman who was trafficked to Saudi, thanked centre for rescuing her

Ghousia Begum, a Hyderabadi woman was earlier trafficked to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and has been now rescued. The woman was tricked by an agent 'Tabassum' when she was finding a job and was approached with a job in the cloth center in Riyadh, but when she went there the local agents employed her as a house-maid and was beaten up when she refused to work. Her sister approached a local activist, who helped her to complain about the matter to the Indian Embassy. Ghousia Begum said, "The Indian Embassy and central government helped me to come back to India, I reached India last week and I would like to thank them". Src: https://bit.ly/2Kmjj3L

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