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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Mulayam Singh discharged from Medanta Hospital
Gurgaon:
Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav was discharged from a private hospital here yesterday, two days after he was admitted at the facility, party sources said. He underwent check-up at the Gurgaon hospital and has now gone back to Lucknow, they said.

Newly-elected AP MLAs take oath
Amaravati (AP):
The newly-elected legislators of Andhra Pradesh yesterday took oath as members of the state Assembly. One MLA of the ruling YSR Congress could not attend due to personal reasons. Protem Speaker S V C Appala Naidu administered the oath to the new members, beginning with Chief Minister Y S Jaganmohan Reddy and followed by Leader of Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu.

2 sisters allegedly gang-raped in Muzaffarnagar
Muzaffarnagar (UP):
Two minor sisters were allegedly raped by four men at gunpoint on Tuesday evening, police said. According to a complaint, the sisters aged 13 and 15 years were gang-raped at Kaserwa village by the four men while they went to look for their mother near a sugarcane field, Superintendent of Police (Rural) Alok Sharma said yesterday.

Actor-politician Radha Ravi returns to AIADMK
Chennai:
Well-known actor Radha Ravi, who was suspended from the DMK earlier this year over his alleged misogynistic remarks about a popular south Indian actress, joined the AIADMK yesterday. He returned to the ruling party's fold two years after he joined the DMK and slammed the opposition party's decision to suspend him in March this year.

Over 100 open borewells closed in Punjab
Chandigarh:
More than 100 open borewells have been closed in various districts of Punjab on the directions of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh after the death of a two-year-old boy. The two-year-old child stuck in a borewell shaft in Sangrur district was pulled out dead Tuesday morning, bringing a four-day rescue operation to a tragic end.

NSSC to visit violence-hit Sandeshkhali on Friday
Kolkata:
The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NSSC) will Friday meet the family members of those killed in post-poll violence in Sandeshkhali in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, the commission said.

A five-member team of the NSSC will meet the three families who belonged to scheduled castes, Commission Chairman Prof Ram Shankar Katheria, a member of the team, told PTI.

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