Zakir Naik
A statement released on behalf of Naik denied all allegations as false and baseless and said that IRF does not promote conversion to Islam. Picture: Zakir Naik, an Indian Islamic preacher and founder of Islamic Research Foundation, speaks to the media via a video conference in Mumbai, India, July 15, 2016.Reuters

Here are some articles from International Business Times India to start your day with:

1. Zakir Naik's NGO says it gave Rs 50 lakh to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation

Islamic television preacher Zakir Naik's NGO, Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), on Friday said that it had made a donation of Rs 50 lakh to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF) in 2011. Naik has been under the scanner for motivating terrorists through his public speeches. Read more here.

2. J&K: JeM threatens Kashmiri politicians, 'informers' in video

Banned terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) recently released a video threatening politicians and Kashmiri "informers" who are employed by security forces in the Valley. In the video, a man in a mask is seen praising Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, whose death in July sparked massive protests that are ongoing. The man carries an AK-47 gun and has a wall with Quranic verses in Arabic behind him. Read more here.

3. 'Baar Baar Dekho' movie review:  Sidharth-Katrina's film bags mixed talk from audience

"Baar Baar Dekho" is a romantic drama and Sri Rao has written the story for the film, besides penning the screenplay in collaboration with Nitya Mehra and Anuvab Pal. Anvita Dutt has written the dialogues for the movie, which has been produced by Karan Johar, Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under the banners of Dharma Productions and Excel Entertainment. Read more here.

4. Xiaomi Redmi Pro release date in India, specs, price: Will it come after launch of Mi Note 2?

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 did very well in India in terms of sales, so curiosity on its successor Redmi Pro is bound to be there. The new device has already been released in its home country, but it is yet to come to India. Read more here.

5. US Congress passes bill to let Americans sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11 attacks

The House of Representatives of the United States on Friday, Sept. 9, passed by voice vote a bill that would allow U.S. citizens to sue Saudi Arabia for the terror attacks on American soil on Sept. 11, 2001 that shook the whole world. Read more here.