Breaking News Headlines, May 20 2019: Anil Ambani to withdraw defamation suits against Cong, Herald

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05:00 PM | Anil Ambani to withdraw defamation suits against Cong, Herald

Anil Ambani’s Reliance Group has decided to withdraw the Rs 5,000-crore civil defamation suits filed in an Ahmedabad court against Congress leaders and National Herald newspaper over their statements and an article on the controversial Rafale fighter jet deal.The suits were being heard in the court of city civil and sessions judge P J Tamakuwala.

03:30 PM | Onus on ensuring institutional integrity in security of EVMs lies with EC: Pranab Mukherjee

Former President Pranab Mukherjee issues statement, says ‘ Onus on ensuring institutional integrity in case of security of EVMs lies with the Election Commission. They must do so and put all speculations to rest.

03:10 PM | Arunachal Pradesh: Sitting Khonsa MLA Tirong Aboh shot dead

Tirong Aboh, sitting Khonsa MLA from Arunachal Pradesh was reportedly shot dead by insurgents near Bogapani on Tuesday morning.

11:00 AM | Delhi Metro train services affected on Yellow line due to technical snag

Delhi Metro train services between Delhi and Gurugram on Yellow line were hit due to a technical glitch on Tuesday morning. The Delhi Metro Rail Corp (DMRC) on Tuesday said that there will be no train movement between Sultanpur and Qutub Minar stations.

09:30 AM | Fire breaks out at vote counting centre in Andhra Pradesh; EVMs safe

A fire broke out at one of the counting centres in Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati town on Monday night. The incident occurred at an engineering college on the outskirts of the town where officials had set up tables and made other arrangements for counting of votes.

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