<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Arjan Singh, Marshal of Indian Air Force, critically illMarshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh has been hospitalised in critical condition at the Research and Referral Hospital in New Delhi on Saturday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman visited him at the R&R. The Marshall, 98, suffered a cardiac arrest in morning, a defence ministry statement said. Read our full story here.CBSE serves de-affiliation notice to Ryan International SchoolBased on the report of the two-member panel formed to investigate the death of 7-year-old student in Ryan International School, CBSE has sent a showcase notice for de-affiliation notice to the school. The panel in its report submitted on Friday held the school responsible for the child’s death and said that it could have been avoided had the school been more cautious. Read our full story here. Gurmeet Ram Rahim murder trial: ‘Was scared they would kill me and son,’ says Dera chief’s former driverHe retracted his statement in 2012, but now, Khatta Singh, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s former driver and a witness in the murder cases filed against him, has moved an application in a special CBI court here to record a fresh one. “Khatta Singh changed his 2007 statement in 2012 out of fear. With the changed circumstance, he has decided to appear before the court and give his statement,” said Singh’s lawyer. Read our full story here.Couple decide to leave 3-year-old daughter, property worth Rs 100 crore to become monksIn a move that has shocked their family and friends, a couple has decided to renounce the world and become monks, leaving behind their three-year-old daughter and property worth Rs 100 crore. According to a Hindustan Times report, the Jain couple Sumit and Anamika Rathore, currently on a vow of silence, will take ‘deeksha’ from Sudhamargi Jain Acharya Ramlal Maharaj at Surat in Gujarat on September 23. Their daughter Ibhya will now have to be raised by the grandfather Ashok Chandaliya, who is a former Neemuch district president of BJP. Read our full story here.After row, Alphons Kannanthanam defends high fuel price’Who owns a vehicle and can afford to pay, will have to pay,’ says Union Minister Alphons Kannanthanam, while trying to explain the consistent rise in the fuel price for which the Centre has been facing backlash. ‘Who buys petrol’ Somebody who has a car, bike; certainly he is not starving. Somebody who can afford to pay, has to pay,’ Kannanthanam told the media on Saturday. Read our full story here.
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