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For the layman Govindachamy is the rapist-murderer of Soumya
For a layman Govindachamy is the rapist-murderer of Soumya, but the law goes strictly by norms of laid-down procedures.

The Supreme Court has scrapped his death sentence. His sentence is only for life. He has been in jail for more than five years.

The Supreme Court apparently believes he is not the murderer.

Soumya was raped in the bushe
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Modi addresses people of Pakistan to throw out terrorists
Highlights of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in Kozhikode on Saturday. Pakistanís rulers should know that the sacrifice of our 18 soldiers will not go to waste. A day will come when people of Pakistan will go against its own government to fight terrorism. India has been successful in isolating Pakistan and will intensify that effo
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Kerala
Green Signal for Vizhinjam port
National Green Tribunal has given the green signal for the Vizhinjam port. while the tribunal
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• Violence erupts, transport services to Kerala stopped
• K.M.Mani not amenable to further mediation
• Kerala Congress (M) bids adieu to Congress-led UDF
 
National
Modi addresses people of Pakistan to throw out terrorists
Highlights of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in Kozhikode on Saturday. Pakistanís r
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• Militants gun down 17 soldiers in Uri in J and K
• Bangalore limps back to normal after violence
• Rail bandh in Karnataka on Sept 15?
 
 
Election
Sidhu says he won't float a new political party
Cricketer-turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu has been reported lately not to toy with the ide
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• En masse defection by Congress CM, MLAs to NDA affiliate in Arunachal
• Navjot Singh Sidhu floats new party ending speculations
• Vijay Rupani chosen new Chief Minister of Gujarat
 
Cinema
Wants to look ahead in life, not dwell on past.
Actress Deepika Padukoneís aim is to look ahead in life, and she says she wants to learn and gr
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• Priyanka Chopra does not like watching her own love scenes
• Bail for actor Sreejith Ravi
• Film director gets 7 years' jail term for raping US woman
 
 
Crime
Rapist Govindachamy spared of death sentence by SC
The Supreme Court on Thursday commuted convict Govindachamyís death sentence to life imprisonme
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• RS member Sasikala Pushpa's plea for bail rejected
• Explain source of Rs 18,000 crore refund: SC
• Nupur Talwar gets parole for three weeks
 
Sports
Aleksander Ceferin is new UEFA President
New president Aleksander Ceferin said Uefa must show Europe's big clubs who is in charge as he
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• Khel Ratna awarded to super performers of India
• Curtains down on Rio Olypics
• 22 Gold Medals for Michael Phelps
 
 
Wants to look ahead in life, not dwell on past.
Actress Deepika Padukoneís aim is to look ahead in life, and she says she wants to learn and grow with every experience. The actress shared her life fundas when she became a part of TV show Vogue BFFs. On the first episode of Vogue BFFs, host K
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Sidhu says he won't float a new political party
Cricketer-turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu has been reported lately not to toy with the idea of floating a new political party in spite of his earlier forming a forum called Awaaz-e-Punjab. It was meant to be something for the betterment of
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Exiled Baloch leader may apply for asylum
Geneva, Sep 19, 2016, (PTI) Exiled Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti, who has been at the forefront of the Baloch movement against Pakistan, today said he will soon apply for asylum in India. Bugti, the grandson of Baloch nationalist leader Nawab
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Terrorism is existential threat, causes refugee movement
United Nations, Sep 20, 2016 (PTI) Describing terrorism as an "existential threat", India has said that "hypocrisy" towards the menace is unacceptable and underlined that terrorism is the "principle cause" of the large-scale refugee movement. "
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