PM Modi warns ministers
According to officials, the prime minister will take part in the celebrations but will leave the ground before the bursting of firecrackers due to security concerns. [Representational Image]Reuters

Here are some stories from International Business Times, India, to start your day with.

1. Modi warns ministers against chest-thumping over surgical strikes and speaking out of turn

Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a stern warning to his ministers not to drum up hysteria over the recent surgical strikes by the Indian Army. Read more...

2. Antonio Guterres poised to succeed Ban Ki-Moon as next UN Secretary-General

Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres is set to replace Ban Ki-Moon as the next United Nations Secretary-General after none of the five UN Security Council permanent members vetoed his candidature in the sixth secret ballot on Wednesday. Read more...

3. Kabaddi World Cup 2016: Complete India squad for the tournament; Anup Kumar appointed captain

Twelve nations will be in action at the Kabaddi World Cup 2016, which will get underway in Ahmedabad, on Friday. The matches will be held at the newly-equipped stadium known as 'The Arena by TransStadia'. Read more...

4. Pokemon Go release date in India: Fans might have to wait a bit longer

Pokemon Go is easily one of the most overrated mobile games of the current times and the game's popularity doesn't seem likely to subside anytime soon. Players are enjoying their Pokemon quests in countries where the game has officially been released, but countries such as India, China, South Korea and others are still waiting for its release. Read more...

5. Mirzya review round-up: Here is what critics have to say about Harshvardhan Kapoor-starrer

Harshvardhan Kapoor-starrer Mirzya, which will be released on Friday, October 7, has received mixed reviews from critics. Read more...

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