Week in Review: 15th September

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  • “In India All Feel Safe, Respected”: Rajnath Singh On Minorities In Pak. The Defence Minister also warned Pakistan against supporting terror outfits. Read more… NDTV
  • Over 2,000 Ceasefire Violations, Stop Targeting Civilians: Centre To Pak. Read more… NDTV
  • 82 Ex-MPs Still To Vacate Official Bungalows Despite Warning: Report. A few newly-elected MPs, who won in the Lok Sabha election earlier this year, have been staying at temporary accommodation as some ex-MPs have not vacated official bungalows. Read more… NDTV
  • No “Seat Belt”, Autorickshaw Driver Fined Rs. 1,000 In Bihar. As the driver was poor, the police said the lowest amount of challan was imposed on him. Read more… NDTV
  • Nushrat Bharucha on what kept her going during depression; Ayushmann Khurrana on his low phase. Read more… Pinkvilla
  • Newsmakers of the Week: Salman Khan’s Eid 2020 release, Rishi Kapoor’s return to India & Taimur chanting Morya. Read more about it… Pinkvilla
  • Scores of students of the Banaras Hindu University staged an overnight protest outside the campus gate after a professor accused of sexually harassing women students was reinstated and allowed to take classes. Read more… Tribune
  • A group of American lawmakers have expressed “grave concern” over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and urged the US ambassadors in New Delhi and Islamabad to “de-escalate tensions” between India and Pakistan. Read more… Tribune
  • The world’s first floating nuclear power station on Saturday completed a 5,000-kilometre Arctic transfer to Russia’s far east, the Rosatom nuclear agency said. Read more… Tribune
  • The head of the United Arab Emirates’ General Civil Aviation Authority said on Sunday he was not optimistic that the Boeing 737 MAX would return to operations this year. Read more… Tribune

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