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News wrap: 'No Money For Terror' conference, Kim Jong Un reveals daughter to world and more

It's been an eventful day all over the world - here is the news wrap


Asserting that no country can defeat terrorism alone, Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said the international community must continue to fight shoulder to shoulder against this increasingly complex and borderless threat.

Addressing the concluding function of 3rd 'No Money for Terror' Ministerial Conference on Counter-Terrorism Financing, he said some countries and their agencies have made terrorism their State policy.

"In these terror havens, it's necessary to shackle their unrestrained activities along with economic crackdown. All countries have to rise above their geo-political interests," Shah said.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un revealed his daughter to the world for the first time on Saturday in striking photos showing the pair hand-in-hand before the launch of the nuclear-armed country's largest ballistic missile the day before. 

North Korea test-fired a Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Friday, state news agency KCNA reported on Saturday. 

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Purported videos of AAP leader Satyendar Jain lying on a bed and getting a foot massage in Tihar Jail here have gone viral on social media.

Jain (58), who is in judicial custody over money laundering charges, can be seen reading some documents and a man in a white T-shirt massaging his legs in the video.

There was no reaction from the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Tihar administration on the matter, on which BJP raised questions.

Meanwhile, Manish Sisodia accused BJP of leaking AAP minister Satyendar Jain's videos from Tihar jail here and claimed that he was undergoing physiotherapy for a spine injury.


Delhi police have recovered a sharp object from the accused Aftab Poonawala's flat. It will be examined if it was used to chop the body of Shraddha Walkar.

Aaftab Amin Poonawala will be taken to different locations in south Delhi on Saturday as the Delhi Police are trying to locate more body parts which he had allegedly disposed of after killing his live-in partner Walkar, officials said.

It was in November 2020 that Shraddha Walkar first confided about the physical assault from Aaftab Amin Poonawala, recalls a former colleague, adding that she was about to approach the police but stopped short of pressing charges after Aaftab's parents intervened.

Police have taken possession of all the clothes from accused Aaftab's house in South Delhi and they will be sent for forensic examination. They also recorded the statements of two men in Maharashtra's Palghar from Walkar had sought assistance after she was assaulted by the accused in 2020.

Aaftab is likely to undergo narco analysis on Monday.


Narendra Modi was felicitated by Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan during the inauguration of Kashi Tamil Sangamam, in Varanasi.

The Prime Minister hailed Kashi and Tamil Nadu as timeless centres of culture and civilisation.

The two regions are also the centres of the world's oldest languages Sanskrit and Tamil, said Modi.

More than 2,500 delegates from Tamil Nadu are visiting Varanasi and will participate in seminars and interact with local people of similar trade, profession and interest.

A month-long exhibition of handlooms, handicrafts, books, documentaries, cuisine, art forms, history and tourist places of the two regions will also be organised here. 


Controlling pollution, doubling the income of municipalities and clearing all three landfill sites in Delhi are among the top priorities of the Congress for the upcoming MCD elections in its manifesto released on Saturday.

Bringing down the level of air and water pollution is the party's top-most priority, followed by "restoring communal harmony" in the union territory and doubling the income of municipalities to meet their responsibilities.


The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday started massive searches at ten locations in connection with threatening of journalists by terror outfit The Resistance Front.

The searches were conducted in Srinagar, Anantnag and Kulgam districts of the Valley, police said.

The police had on November 12 filed a case against militants and handlers belonging to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and The Resistance Front (TRF), a shadow organisation of LeT, for sending threat letters to journalists in Kashmir.

The TRF had issued an online threat to a few media houses in the Valley for their "traitorous" acts and "nexus with fascist Indian regime".


Congress leaders on Saturday paid rich tributes to former prime minister Indira Gandhi on her 105th birth anniversary.

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and former party chief Sonia Gandhi paid floral tributes at Indira Gandhi's memorial Shakti Sthal in the morning. A number of leaders also visited her memorial and paid tributes.

"Paid floral tributes to the Iron Lady of India, former Prime Minister Smt Indira Gandhi Ji on her birth anniversary at Shakti Sthal. She will always be remembered for her indomitable spirit, courage and commitment towards a strong and united India," Kharge said on Twitter.

Former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi also paid tributes to Indira Gandhi during his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Maharashtra.

The party also organised an event "Spirit of Unity" to observe the day which was attended by party president Kharge and Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson Sonia Gandhi. The special event is themed around '75 years of independence' and is being held at Indira Gandhi's memorial here.


As many as 43 people including a boy suffered injuries after a bus carrying Sabarimala pilgrims from Andhra Pradesh met with an accident and overturned near Laha in this district on Saturday.

Among them, the condition of the eight-year-old boy, identified as Manikandan, is critical.

The mishap occurred when the 44 pilgrims from Vijayawada, were on their way back after offering worship at the hill shrine, police said.

District health officials confirmed that a total of 43 persons were injured in the accident, which was suspected to have happened after the driver lost control of the vehicle while negotiating a curve in the route.


Manika Batra became the first Indian paddler to win a medal in the ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup after shocking world number six Hina Hayata of Japan in the bronze play-off here on Saturday.

The world number 44 defeated Hayata 4-2 (11-6, 6-11, 11-7, 12-10, 4-11, 11-2) to achieve the incredible feat. Besides the historic bronze, Manika will also carry home USD 10,000 for her efforts.

"This win is a huge one for me, defeating the top players. I enjoyed playing and fighting well against them to achieve a fantastic result. I will continue putting the extra yard in all my future tournaments. I expect all of you to extend your full support," said an emotional Manika.

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