WION Evening News Brief, 16 January 2018

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, India Updated: Jan 16, 2018, 01:21 PM(IST)

PM Modi had met Moshe Holtzberg when he visited Israel last year. (File Photo) Photograph:( Zee News Network )

Justice Loya's death: Post-mortem report indicates no foul play in judge's death, say sources

The report into Justice BH Loya's death says there was no foul play in the judge's death, sources in the Maharashtra home ministry have told the Zee Group. 

Centre ends Haj subsidy, Naqvi says decision part of plan to 'empower' minorities

There will be no subsidy for Haj from this year, minority affairs minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said today.

Naqvi told reporters that despite the subsidy withdrawal, a record number of 1.75 lakh Muslims will undertake the pilgrimage this year from India.

Haryana becomes fourth state to ban 'Padmavat'

Haryana on Tuesday became the fourth state to announce a ban on the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed "Padmavat".  

Haryana minister Anil Vij confirmed the decision after a meeting with the cabinet.

After nine years, 'Baby' Moshe returns to Mumbai's Chabad House

Baby Moshe returned to Mumbai's Chabad House Tuesday nine years after the 26/11 attacks. 

Moshe Holtzberg's -- he is now 11 -- were killed at Chabad House in the attacks. 

Myanmar, Bangladesh reach two-year deal to repatriate Rohingya refugees

Myanmar and Bangladesh have reached a deal to repatriate Rohingya displaced by an army crackdown "within two years", Dhaka said Tuesday.

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