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Cauvery water row: No bandh, but Bangalore police continue tight vigil and ban liquor sale for two days. In picture: A view of deserted Bengaluru roads during Karnataka-wide strike called to protest against release of Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu on 9 September, 2016.IANS

1. No bandh, but Bangalore police continue tight vigil and ban liquor sale for 2 days

With the Supreme Court all set to recommence hearing in the Cauvery water issue on Wednesday, the Bengaluru City Police are in full preparation to prevent any untoward incidents in the city. They have even imposed a liquor ban in the city for two days. Read more...

2. Suspect in New York, New Jersey bombings Ahmad Rahami arrested after shootout

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the 28-year-old man suspected of planting the bombs in New York and New Jersey, was captured on Monday after police went on a massive manhunt. The man was a naturalised US citizen of Afghan descent who had travelled to Pakistan and Afghanistan multiple times in the last five years. Read more...

3. Mohanlal's Oppam to be a big release in UK and Ireland

Superstar Mohanlal, who is basking in the success of the latest Malayalam crime thriller Oppam, is set to enthral his fans all over the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Priyadarshan-directed movie, which opened to a tremendous response from the audience in India, will hit the screens in the UK and Ireland on 23 September. Read more...

4. Xiaomi Mi Note 2 release date, features, price: How will it stack up against Xiaomi Mi Note (2015)?

It has been more than a year since Xiaomi released the Mi Note, but it is yet to come up with its successor. There were reports that the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 would be released on 14 September but that didn't happen. Now, it has emerged that the device will be announced at an event on 24 September. Read more...

5. Home care, hydration and hydrotherapy key to fight chikungunya, says AIIMS director MC Misra

Amid a spike in cases of chikungunya to 1,724 and 14 deaths reported so far in the national capital, MC Misra, director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), on Monday asked the people in Delhi not to panic because of the vector-borne disease as it is a milder virus compared to dengue and it should not be considered as an epidemic. Read more...

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