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Did you miss out on the biggest news today?

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • September 8, 2017
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Grab top news stories, headlines from India and around the world in case if you have missed out some today. A look at all the top stories that made headlines for today.

Maximum ban of over 2 years under first No-Fly List rules:  The government has issued India’s first ‘No-Fly List’ rules with three levels of ‘unruly’ behaviour. Level 1 includes unruly verbal behaviour, for which passengers can be banned for up to 3 months. Level 2 includes physically abusive behaviour, inviting a ban of up to 6 months, while Level 3 includes life-threatening behaviour, inviting a minimum ban of 2 years.

7-year-old student found dead in Gurugram school:  A 7-year-old Class 2 boy was found dead with a slit throat on Friday in Gurugram’s Ryan International school. The body was reportedly recovered from the school’s washroom with a knife kept on the spot. The police stated it as a case of murder while the school authorities are yet to release an official statement on the issue.

Patanjali told to stop chyawanprash ads over Dabur complaint:  The Delhi High Court has ordered Ramdev-led Patanjali Ayurved to stop airing advertisements promoting its brand of chyawanprash following a complaint from rival Dabur. Dabur said the commercials disparaged its product and has sought damages of ₹2.01 crore from Patanjali. The court has granted interim protection to Dabur till the next hearing on September 26 and has sought Patanjali’s response.

Rs10 lakh reward announced for information on Lankesh’s murder: Karnataka government on Friday announced a reward of ₹10 Lakh for information related to senior journalist Gauri Lankesh’s murder. State Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said, “We want to get as much information as possible, which is why we have announced this reward.” Notably, Lankesh was shot dead outside her residence by unidentified men on September 5.

Five-time champion Vishwanathan Anand out of World Cup: Five-time world chess champion Viswanathan Anand crashed out in the second round of the Chess World Cup 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Anand, who was playing his first Chess World Cup in 15 years, lost to Canadian Grandmaster Anton Kovalyov to bow out of the tournament on Thursday. With this, Anand missed the chance to directly qualify for the Candidates tournament.

Grab top news stories, headlines from India and around the world in case if you have missed out some today. A look at all the top stories that made headlines for today. Maximum ban of over 2 years under first No-Fly List rules:  The government has issued India’s first 'No-Fly List' rules with three levels of 'unruly' behaviour. Level 1 includes unruly verbal behaviour, for which passengers can be banned for up to 3 months. Level 2 includes physically abusive behaviour, inviting a ban of up to 6 months, while Level 3 includes life-threatening behaviour, inviting a minimum ban of 2 years. 7-year-old student found dead in Gurugram school:  A 7-year-old Class 2 boy was found dead with a slit throat on Friday in Gurugram's Ryan International school. The body was reportedly recovered from the school's washroom with a knife kept on the spot. The police stated it as a case of murder while the school authorities are yet to release an official statement on the issue. Patanjali told to stop chyawanprash ads over Dabur complaint:  The Delhi High Court has ordered Ramdev-led Patanjali Ayurved to stop airing advertisements promoting its brand of chyawanprash following a complaint from rival Dabur. Dabur said the commercials disparaged its product and has sought damages of ₹2.01 crore from Patanjali. The court has granted interim protection to Dabur till the next hearing on September 26 and has sought Patanjali's response. [ads1] Rs10 lakh reward announced for information on Lankesh’s murder: Karnataka government on Friday announced a reward of ₹10 Lakh for information related to senior journalist Gauri Lankesh's murder. State Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said, "We want to get as much information as possible, which is why we have announced this reward." Notably, Lankesh was shot dead outside her residence by unidentified men on September 5. Five-time champion Vishwanathan Anand out of World Cup: Five-time world chess champion Viswanathan Anand crashed out in the second round of the Chess World Cup 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Anand, who was playing his first Chess World Cup in 15 years, lost to Canadian Grandmaster Anton Kovalyov to bow out of the tournament on Thursday. With this, Anand missed the chance to directly qualify for the Candidates tournament.

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