Sridevi and Jhanvi Kapoor
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Here are some of the top stories from International Business Times, India, that have broken throughout the day so far:

1. Indian Coast Guard seizes Pakistani boat with 9 sailors off Gujarat coast

An Indian Coast Guard ship, Samudra Pavak, on Sunday seized a boat from Pakistan off the Gujarat coast and has taken all the crew members into custody. The crew members aboard the Pakistani boat are being taken to Porbandar for further investigation. Read more...

2. PM Modi takes a swipe at Pakistan, says India never coveted any country's land

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a swipe at Pakistan on Sunday by saying India has "never coveted" any territory. The statement was an indirect jab at Pakistan, which has occupied parts of Kashmir and claims them to be its own. Modi, however, refrained from naming Pakistan in his statement. Read more...

3. Cauvery water dispute: Karnataka decides to defy Supreme Court order again

The Cauvery water dispute looked poised to become murkier, with Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah gearing up for a direct clash with the Supreme Court again by not only not releasing water from the river to Tamil Nadu but also deciding not to send a member to the Cauvery Management Board, as stipulated by the apex court. Read more...

4. Sridevi's daughter Jhanvi Kapoor to debut with Varun Dhawan in Shiddat, replacing Alia Bhatt?

Sridevi's daughter Jhanvi Kapoor will reportedly be seen making her Bollywood debut with the movie Shiddat, starring Varun Dhawan. While previous reports had said that Varun will pair up with Alia Bhatt for the film, latest buzz suggests that it is Jhanvi who will share screen space with the actor. Read more...

5. India vs New Zealand: Rohit Sharma dazzles to put Virat Kohli's team in strong position

India's Rohit Sharma might be criticised for his performances in Test cricket, but there is no doubt about his ability to score runs, irrespective of the format. The right-hander played some delightful strokes in his 82-run knock, which bailed India out of trouble as the hosts had lost six wickets in the second session on Day 3. Read more...

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