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Army deaths

New Delhi, Nov. 19 (PTI): Six armymen, including a major, who went missing in an avalanche yesterday while searching for three porters, were found dead today.

Their bodies were found buried under the snow in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kanjarwan. A lieutenant, who was part of the seven-member search team, is still missing.

Suniel Shetty

Chandigarh (PTI): A non-bailable warrant has been issued against actor Suniel Shetty in a cheque-bounce case. A city shop owner has alleged that a cheque of Rs 10 lakh issued by a company, in which Shetty is one of the directors, had bounced. A Chandigarh court issued the warrant after he did not appear before it.

Wife relief

New Delhi (PTI): The Supreme Court has held that a man is under an obligation to foot the medical bills of his divorced wife as part of her maintenance allowance. The apex court passed the ruling while dismissing the appeal filed by a man challenging a trial court directing him to pay an amount Rs 3.6 lakh to his wife who suffered a fracture necessitating hospitalisation.

Dairy killing

New Delhi (PTI): A dairy shop wner was beaten to death inside his shop by two men on Wednesday when the he tried to resist their attempt to rob him. The robbers hit Akhil, 23, with a rod when he tried to stop them from stealing money.

Crew arrival

New Delhi (PTI): Eighteen Indian sailors on board MT Stolt Valor, released by Somali pirates three days ago, are expected to reach Mumbai by November 25. They were held captive for two months. It is scheduled to reach Muscat on November 22 where the sailors will go through a health check-up.

Visa check

Kuala Lumpur (PTI): Malaysians travelling to India have been advised to get their visas checked with the Indian High Commission following a few incidents of fake visa stickers. Officials said airline authorities, immigration and travel agents had been informed.


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