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Kin of anti-Sikh riot victims to get Rs 5 lakh compensation
30 years on, Centre announces additional relief for families of 3,325 killed
New Delhi, October 30
A file photo of a protest by 1984 riot victims The Central Government today announced an additional Rs 5 lakh in compensation each for the families of 3,325 persons killed in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

A file photo of a protest by 1984 riot victims 

Opinion page: Reliving the memories of 1984
Nation page: Relief okay, but give justice to riot victims: Sikh leaders



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Sena to boycott Fadnavis’ swearing-in 
Mumbai, October 30
The first BJP M’rashtra CM designate Devendra Fadnavis with BJP chief Amit Shah in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo government in Maharashtra, led by Devendra Fadnavis, will be sworn in tomorrow in a ceremony that the Shiv Sena has decided to boycott due to “constant humiliation”.
 
M’rashtra CM designate Devendra Fadnavis with BJP chief Amit Shah in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo

3 held for bank heist in Gohana
Owner of deserted house found dead
Sonepat, October 30
On a day when the The three suspects arrested in Sonepat on Thursday. PTI  Haryana police arrested three persons for their alleged involvement in the Gohana bank theft case, the owner of the house from where a tunnel was dug was found dead in a car under mysterious circumstances today.

The three suspects arrested in Sonepat on Thursday. PTI 

Shahi Imam invites Sharif, not Modi, for son’s anointment
New Delhi, October 30
Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari today triggered a controversy by inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as well as political leaders in India but not Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the anointment ceremony of his son on November 22.

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Lankan court gives death to 5 TN fishermen
Colombo/New Delhi, Oct 30
Five Indian fishermen were given death penalty by a Sri Lankan court today for alleged drug trafficking, prompting a response from India that it will appeal to a higher court against the judgment.

Irani lets Sangh ‘star historians’ do the talk Smriti Irani on education rejig
New Delhi, October 30
The BJP government today opened its first formal dialogue on education with representatives of RSS organisations working in the field of education.

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Grateful Britain recalls valour, sacrifices of Indian soldiers during World War-1
New Delhi, October 30
British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon (2nd from left) at the India Gate war memorial in New Delhi on Thursday. PTIThe British Government today thanked the contribution of Indian troops in the World War-I. 

British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon (2nd from left) at the India Gate war memorial in New Delhi on Thursday. PTI

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