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WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Nov 26, 2018, 07.00 PM(IST)

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Congress calls Naxals revolutionaries, issues them certificates: PM Modi at poll rally in Rajasthan

The Congress was in power when the Mumbai attacks took place but questioned the BJP government’s surgical strikes in Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Monday, hitting out at the opposition party on the issues of terrorism and Naxalism.

In touch with anthropologists, psychologists to contract Sentinelese tribesman to retrieve American nationals body, says police

A week after American national John Allen Chau, 26, was reportedly killed by an arrow by north Sentinelese tribesmen in Andaman islands, police officials are working with anthropologists and psychologists to retrieve his body.

Mitsubishi sacks Carlos Ghosn over alleged financial misconduct

Japanese car firm Mitsubishi Motors today sacked Carlos Ghosn, 64, as chairman over alleged financial misconduct at the Japanese-based car company.

"During today's board meeting, it was decided that he is dismissed as chairman," the company said in a statement.

Chinese university to investigate after academic claims to have edited twins’ genes

A Chinese university said on Monday it will immediately launch an investigation after an associate professor released videos on YouTube claiming to have edited the genes of twins born earlier this month and defending the ethics of his work.

Video: At least 15 dead, 10 wounded after Shabaab militants attacked Sufi religious centre in Somalia

At least 15 people were killed and ten others wounded in the central Somalia town of Galkayo on Monday when Shabaab militants attacked a Sufi religious centre, officials said.