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News updates from Hindustan Times| India will invite Pak PM Imran Khan for SCO meet, say officials and all the latest news

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News updates from Hindustan Times| India will invite Pak PM Imran Khan for SCO meet, say officials and all the latest news
India will invite Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to the annual meeting of the council of heads of government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) it will host this year.(AP Photo)

Here are today’s top news, analysis and opinion at this hour. Know all about the latest news and other news updates from Hindustan Times.

India will invite Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to the annual meeting of the council of heads of government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) it will host this year, people familiar with developments said on Tuesday.

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The Jammu and Kashmir administration, days after the Supreme Court ordered a review of the curbs imposed in the Union Territory, on Tuesday evening allowed mobile Internet in parts of Jammu region and broadband in establishments providing essential services.

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India and Russia have begun negotiations on an agreement for long-term assured supplies of crude oil, especially from Russia’s Far East region, as New Delhi looks to diversify its energy sources and do away with over-dependence on West Asia, people familiar with developments said.

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Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday threatened to resign after a seer belonging to the Panchamsali sect of Lingayats demanded that Murugesh Nirani, a BJP MLA, be inducted into the cabinet failing which he would face the wrath of the community.

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An ancient festival that is observed according to solar cycles, Makar Sankranti is one of the biggest celebrations in India.

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She isn’t one to shy away from taking up roles which are out of her comfort zone. Actor Divya Dutta, be it in Delhi 6 (2009), Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013), or Badlapur (2015), has always managed to leave an impact on the audience, the length of the role irrespective.

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The clash between India and Australia was expected to a battle between the titans, but when the dust settled at Wankhede, it turned out to a lopsided contest - one that Australia absolutely bossed and India never really turned out.

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