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Kashmir’s past to Britain’s future: Top five stories at 10am on Tuesday

From Modi returning to India to hold meeting over Kashmir violence to who will be the next British PM, and our HT Spotlight story on Tuesday, here are our five major stories this morning:

india Updated: Jul 12, 2016 10:17 IST
(Clockwise from top left) Kashmir remains to be tense and gripped in security; PM Modi to take stock of the situation; Theresa May set to become next Britain PM and Burhan Wani, whose killing by the security forces sparked unrest in the Valley.
(Clockwise from top left) Kashmir remains to be tense and gripped in security; PM Modi to take stock of the situation; Theresa May set to become next Britain PM and Burhan Wani, whose killing by the security forces sparked unrest in the Valley.(Agencies)

From Modi returning to India to hold meeting over Kashmir violence to who will be the next British PM, and our HT Spotlight story on Tuesday, here are our five major stories this morning:

Modi holds meeting on Kashmir

PM Narendra Modi will chair a meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to end the protests which erupted after troops shot dead Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani last week. Modi, who returned from a four-nation tour today, will be briefed at the cabinet committee meeting.

Read the full report here

“Do not interfere, Pakistan”

After Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif’s expressed “deep shock” at the death of Burhan Wani, India asked the neighbouring country not to interfere in its internal affairs.

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Fly Air India @ Rajdhani AC II

Air India has expanded its spot fare scheme, wherein unsold seats are offered at Rajdhani AC II-tier rates four hours before a flight’s departure, to include seven more routes. The scheme, which started on July 10 on routes from Delhi to Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, has been extended to routes connecting Delhi to Ranchi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar, Goa, Patna and Raipur.

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The next Britain PM

Theresa May speaks to reporters after being confirmed as the leader of the Conservative Party and Britain's next Prime Minister outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, central London on Monday. (Reuters)

The uncertainty that clouded UK following the Brexit vote cleared off on Monday as PM David Cameron confirmed that the interior minister Theresa May would take over as the next prime minister on Wednesday.

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Khadi robes in IIT-Bombay’s convocation

To evoke a feeling of nationalism in students as Khadi ia a “national symbol”, the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay has chosen Khadi angavastrams for the convocation ceremony of its graduating batch.

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