2017 Harley-Davidson Street 750 gets updated with ABS
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Here are some of the top stories from International Business Times India to begin your day with:

1. Sacked AAP leader Sandeep Kumar arrested for rape

Former Delhi Cabinet minister Sandeep Kumar was sacked from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday. He was also then formally arrested by the police after the woman in the sex CD that is in the midst of the row alleged that she was raped. He had initially surrendered to the cops. Read more...

2. Trump chips away at Clinton's lead; to court black voters in Detroit

In an effort to continue to chip away at the minority support enjoyed by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump is expected to court votes from the African-American communities in Detroit on Saturday. Read more...

3. Sunil Chhetri the star as India thump Puerto Rico

When India conceded an early penalty, it seemed like it might be a long evening for the Indian fans in Mumbai. But then, with the flick of a switch, India turned on the style, as Stephen Constantine's men ran-out, thoroughly deserving 4-1 winners in this international friendly at the Andheri Sports Complex on Saturday. Read more..

4. BSNL offers broadband for Re. 1 per GB to beat Jio

Reliance Jio has waged a price war in the long-dormant telecom industry by launching its affordable data plans, but the incumbent rivals are not going to simply sit and watch. After Vodafone stepped up its game by offering 30 percent off on 4G data plans, BSNL has come forward with a new offer for broadband services that works out much cheaper than Jio's Rs. 50 per GB plan. Read more...

5. Harley-Davidson Street 750 with ABS to be launched in India in November

Harley-Davidson's most affordable bike in India, the Street 750, is all set to get anti-lock brake system (ABS) as part of the 2017 model year update. The updated model has been listed in the company website and emerging reports say that the launch of the motorcycle has been scheduled in November. Read more...

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