Global Citizen Festival 2016
Priyanka Chopra, Chris Martin at Global Citizen Festival 2016.Reuters

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

1. Sushma Swaraj to address UNGA on Monday, may respond to Pakistan on Kashmir

Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj arrived in New York on Saturday afternoon to address the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Swaraj is scheduled to address the assembly on Monday, and is expected to respond to Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. Read more...

2. Uri terror attack: Death toll rises to 19 as BSF jawan dies

The death toll in the terror attack on an Indian Army base in Uri in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir rose to 19 on Saturday, 24 September, with the death of 30-year-old Pitabas Majhi, a resident of Odisha and a jawan of the Border Security Force. Read more...

3. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana rains: Open potholes pose a threat as NDRF teams deployed

The Central government, in preparation for more damage from the late-monsoon rains in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, has deployed NDRF teams in these two states. Meanwhile, potholes are posing a problem to people there, with a recent video showing a man on a scooter in Hyderabad falling into an open manhole which he did not see on an inundated road. Read more...

4. Global Citizen Festival 2016: Priyanka Chopra, Chris Martin have fun; Demi Lovato shines

Nonprofit Global Citizen kicked off the fifth instalment of its annual festival, Global Citizen Festival, on Saturday at New York's Central Park, and the line-up was big. The multi-hour concert was kicked off in style by headlining artistes Rihanna, Demi Lovato and Major Lazer among others. Read more...

5. India vs New Zealand 1st Test: Kohli's team eye victory after Ashwin excels on Day 4

On a fourth day pitch, which has turn, Ravichandran Ashwin will always be a dangerous bowler, and the off-spinner showcased his skills in the third session of Day 4, picking up three wickets. New Zealand, who need 434 runs to win the first Test at Green Park, will have a tough final day if they are to even manage a draw as the visitors' have already lost four wickets for 93 runs. Read more...

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