Article 144 imposed in MP’s Neemuch after dispute between two parties

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Here are the live updates for May 17:

9:10 a.m.: The Central Bureau of Investigation is carrying out searches at several locations (residence and office) of Congress leader Karti Chidambaram, as part of an ongoing case, his office told ANI.

09:00: Karnataka | The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has filed a police complaint against several individuals, including BJP MPs from Kodagu district and an educational institution, alleging that weapons training was conducted at the Institute. Sai Shankar Education Center in Ponnampet, South Kodagu.

8:45 a.m.: Two arrested in connection with alleged gang rape of 19-year-old married woman in Dharavi: Mumbai Police

8:35 a.m.: Dharavi, Mumbai| A 19 year old married woman was gang raped at knifepoint early in the morning inside her home by 2 defendants. The faces were masked to hide their identity. According to the victim, the accused recorded a video. We suspect they come from the same region. CCTV cameras are checked: Dharavi police

8:26 a.m.: Some people had placed an idol of Lord Hanuman near a dargah, which led to a clash between two groups in the ancient Kachari area. During the clash, some people threw stones damaging 3-4 motorcycles, but no one was injured. Adequate police forces have been deployed, SP Neemuch said last night.

8:22 a.m.: Madhya Pradesh | After a dispute between two parties, section 144 restraining orders were implemented in Neemuch.

8:10 a.m.: During the investigation of #gyanvapi mosque y’day we found a big ‘Shivling’ inside ‘wazukhana’ at the mosque. Immediately, we filed a request in court to obtain this important piece of evidence. Court ordered to seal ‘wazukhana’: lawyer Vishnu Jain, representing the Hindu side

7:50 a.m.: It is a proud moment for me personally and for the cricketing fraternity in Jamaica. The Jamaica Cricket Association is pleased with this donation of 100 cricket kits, and that coming from India means a lot to us: Wilford Billy Heaven, President of the Jamaica Cricket Association

7:35 a.m.: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe informed last night that there was only one day’s supply of petrol left in the country; added: “We managed to bring in a shipment of diesel y’day. 2 more shipments of diesel under the Indian LOC due on 18/5 and 1/6. 2 shipments of gasoline due on 18/5 and 29 /5.

7:30 a.m.: Yesterday, May 16, another consignment of wheat as part of the Indian government’s humanitarian aid was sent to Afghanistan via the Attari-Wagah border.

7:24 a.m.: Under Secy for Civil Security, Democracy and Human Rights and U.S. Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Uzra Zeya will visit India and Nepal May 17-22, to deepen cooperation on human rights and democratic governance goals and to advance humanitarian priorities: US Dept of State

7:16 a.m.: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath presented an idol of Lord Krishna to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during the latter’s visit yesterday: CMO

7:10 a.m.: A massive fire broke out in the forest areas of Niaka, Panjgrain and Ghambir Mughlan late last night. Firefighters and forestry officers are on site. Ongoing firefighting operation: fire and emergency services, Rajouri

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Talibuddin Khan