• Parsons Green: Explosion in London tube leaves more than 22 critically injured

Terror once again gripped London after an explosion occurred in a train’s coach at London’s Parsons Green station. More than 20 people were reportedly injured and were hospitalised. London Police declared the attack an act of terror. Police said that the bomb recovered from the spot could be a home-made explosive. Prime Minister Theresa May strongly condemned the attack and appreciated the efforts of the security forces in London. Security has been tightened in the capital city of England and Theresa May will chair a meeting of the government’s Cobra Emergency Committee to discuss the terrorist incident at Parsons Green.

  • Gurgaon woman slaps Indian jawan multiple times, arrested

On 9th September, an Indian Army Jawan was slapped multiple times in the heart of national capital. The video of a lady slapping a jawan went viral, creating furore on social media. Today, the lady was arrested by the Delhi Police.

NewsX has accessed the FIR copy of the incident. The FIR was registered on September 13th and mentions 2 non-bailable offences which have been registered against the lady. NewsX also spoke to the JCO of Indian Army who stood there and did not react despite being slapped multiple times.

  • Asaduddin Owaisi targets PM Modi on Rohingya crisis

Even as more cases come out of Rohingya refugees managing fake identification documents to secure Indian citizenship, India’s politicians continue to derive political mileage through base identity politics.

Now, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his government’s plan to deport Rohingya Muslim refugees staying in India. Owaisi’s logic claimed that if Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen can be allowed to stay in the country, then why can’t PM Modi accept Rohingyas as his brothers or friends.

  • Jailed actor Dileep’s movie to hit screens on September 28

Malayalam actor Dileep’s long delayed release Ramaleela will hit the screens on September 28. Remember, Dileep is in jail for his alleged involvement in the abduction and sexual assault of an actress. Several celebs have shown solidarity with Dileep and even visited him in jail while the public mood remains against him.

Several people have even called for a boycott of his old films that are telecast on TV channels.

  • Kamal Haasan to enter politics, will make his own party

Kamal Haasan has made the biggest political comment so far against the TTV Dinakaran and resort politics. As per sources, it is almost confirmed that very soon the Tamil mega star will be making his political debut. Speculations are also rife that Haasan may also float a new party.

Haasan made strong comments on the 19 MLAs supporting TTV Dinakaran and said that if court can issue warnings to teachers on strike, then similar instruction must also be issued to the legislators who do not work. Haasan said that there must be ‘no pay no work’ rule for the legislators who don’t work. From the latest development, it is quite obvious that on the front of politics Kamal Haasan is leading Rajinikanth

  • Ravi Shastri hopeful of MS Dhoni’s participation in 2019 World Cup

India’s head coach Ravi Shastri has dismissed speculations about Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s future. Shastri has given a strong hint saying that team management cannot even think of a team without Ranchi stalwart, considering his form and fitness of late.

Ravi Shastri further stated that MS Dhoni is supremely fit and his blistering knock in Sri Lanka was just a trailer.

  • Shashwat never told his problems: Murdered doctor’s kin on NewsX

As the main suspect in the murder of Delhi doctor Shashwat is yet to be nabbed. NewsX spoke to his family members who say that Shashwat never told his family about his problems because he did not wanted them to worry.

Meanwhile investigators probing the case have seized CCTV footage from St Stephens Hospital premises that showed suspect doctor Suyash Gupta coming out of the CT scan room, where Shashwat’s body was found in a pool of blood. Police are on the lookout for the suspect doctor who is currently on the run. The police have sealed his bank accounts and cancelled his medical practice license

  • BSF soldier dies in encounter with Pakistan infiltrators

One BSF jawan was martyred and a civilian was injured in an unprovoked firing incident by Pakistan in Arnia sector’s international border area. All schools in the area were ordered to be closed. The soldier who died was identified as BSF constable Brijendra Bahadur Singh.

  • World waits in anticipation as Angela Merkel eyes 4th successive triumph

At a time when Europe is at the cusp of a Right Wing wave, the elections to the German Bundestag are looking set to be a decisive point in the continent and the world’s history.

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron might have stymied the surge of right wing leaders, but a 4th successive win for Angela Merkel will certainly be a decisive moment with key implications for Germany, Europe, rest of the world and even for india.
New Delhi too is eagerly following the verdict of Germany, hoping that the Modi-Merkel partnership will continue, and with renewed force.