News18.com Daybreak : 'Freedom' For Hadiya; PM's Gujarat Push and Other Stories You May Have Missed

Nov 28, 2017, 05:39 AM

In case you missed it

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Hadiya, the woman at the centre of the controversial Kerala love jihad case, to return to her college at Salem in Tamil Nadu and directed the college to allot her a hostel room where she can stay and complete her 11-month internship to become a homeopath. While she insisted that her husband should be made her guardian, the court appointed dean of the college to be her local guardian. Watch Zakka Jacob's Face Off@9 on 'Love Vs Jihad'

Pushing the campaign in Gujarat into high gear, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the attack on the Congress and Gandhi family from one rally to another. “Yes, I sold tea, but I did not sell the nation,” Modi said to his audience. #Burn!

India captain Virat Kohli will be rested for the one-day international series against Sri Lanka after the Test series ends. In his absence, Rohit Sharma will lead the side.

It seems controversies and Jayalalithaa are inseparable even after death. Just a week before her first death anniversary, a 37-year-old woman has claimed to be her daughter. “She is my mother and I want to prove that to the entire World. That’s it. I need nothing else,” Amrutha told News18.com.

A woman was allegedly illegally confined at a private hospital in Patna and her seven-year-old son forced to beg for money to pay the bills hours after she delivered a stillborn baby. 31-year-old Lalitha Devi was reportedly rescued after the intervention of MP Pappu Yadav, who accused the state government of allowing nursing homes to operate without a licence.

Watch out for

Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump's daughter and purportedly his most trusted adviser, is set to visit India to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit to be held in Hyderabad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited Ivanka to lead the US delegation for the summit, which aims to connect entrepreneurs, investors, and ecosystem supporters from around the world.

The Supreme Court will be hearing a plea seeking a direction to the makers of Hindi film “Padmavati” not to release it outside India on December 1.

On reel

In a first of it's kind interview, Raftaar is asked questions in a rap and he answers in a rap. Watch it.

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