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News highlights: Sisodia leaves for Tihar jail

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to hold bilateral talks with US & German counterparts on June 5 and 6. Manish Sisodia left for the Tihar jail after meeting his ailing wife following the Delhi High Court's permission. Wrestlers' protests take unprecedented turns as BJP members now speak up against WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. In Karnataka, the Congress government plans to implement the guarantees in a three-month phase even as the BJP questions the economic impact of the decision. Track live updates from India and around the world with DH.
Last Updated : 04 June 2023, 08:39 IST

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12:2403 Jun 2023

23 foreign nationals, including 8 women from Nigeria, arrested from UP's Gautam Buddh Nagar for allegedly staying illegally in India

11:3303 Jun 2023

Sisodia leaves for Tihar jail

08:5603 Jun 2023

Indians kidnapped by Libyan militia released

On Feb 15, 2023, Embassy of India, Tunisia was approached by a group of 9 Indian nationals conveying that Merchant Vessel MT Maya 1, on which they were working, broke down near the coast of Libya and they have been taken into captivity by a local militia. The Mission immediately took up the matter with the Libyan authorities seeking consular access and to ensure their safety and repatriate them to India as early as possible. On May 31, 2023, all 9 Indian nationals were released. They reached Tripoli where they were received by Ambassador to Tunisia, Ngulkham Jathom Gangte. (ANI)

07:0503 Jun 2023

Three naxals surrender in Chhattisgarh's Sukma

Chhattisgarh | Three naxals surrendered before security forces in the naxal-affected Sukma districttoday.(ANI)

06:2203 Jun 2023

'When political parties enter, it becomes a political issue,' says Madan Lal on Wrestler's protests

"We are with the protesting wrestlers but I would like to say that when FIR has been registered & Police are taking action, let the judiciary take action...I appeal to the government totry to resolve this issue as soon as possible. What I find weird is that this is a protest of wrestlers, but political parties are entering it. I would want the wrestlers to get this resolved on their own with the Govt. When political parties enter, it becomes a political issue..," says Madan Lal, a member of the 1983 cricket World Cup winning squad. (ANI)

Published 03 June 2023, 02:28 IST

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