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1. 7/11 Blasts: Court likely to pronounce sentence todayMumbai: Nine years after a series of bomb blasts in suburban trains rattled Mumbai killing 188 people, a special court here is likely to pronounce the quantum
India TV News Desk September 30, 2015 12:12 IST
India TV News Desk

1. 7/11 Blasts: Court likely to pronounce sentence today

Mumbai: Nine years after a series of bomb blasts in suburban trains rattled Mumbai killing 188 people, a special court here is likely to pronounce the quantum of punishment for 12 convicts in the case today.

2. INS Kochi to be commissioned today

Mumbai: Naval warship INS Kochi, the stealth guided missile destroyers, will be commissioned on September 30 by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai.

3. First India, US, Japan ministerial-level meet today

New York:  The first foreign minister-level between India, the US and Japan would be held in New York today, reflecting alignment of the three Asia Pacific powers, which officials said was aimed at ensuring peace, prosperity and security in the region.

4. Court to hear arguments on Somnath Bharti's plea

New Delhi: A Delhi court will today hear the arguments on AAP leader Somnath Bharti's plea seeking lodging of an FIR against police officials for “implicating” him in a case of alleged molestation of some African women during his purported midnight raid last year.

5. Sikh organisations call for Punjab bandh

Amritsar: Some Sikh organisations called for a Punjab bandh on September 30 in protest against the decision of Akal Takht to pardon Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

6. Black money compliance window to end today

New Delhi: With the one-time black money declaring 'compliance window' coming to an end today, the income tax department has asked its officials to ensure that interested entities are provided all help to make their declarations in this regard.

7. Hardik Patel to launch new party

Hardik Patel, the man leading an agitation demanding reservation for the Patel community in Gujarat, will launch a political party — the Patel Nav Nirman Sena (PNNS) — in New Delhi on September 30.