<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>1. India pressing Myanmar for Rohingya returnExternal Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has expressed solidarity with Bangladesh over the Rohingya crisis, and assured that India is putting pressure on Myanmar to take back refugees who have fled the Buddhist-majority nation, Dhaka has said. Read more here2. How safe is your child’s school?A spate of cases of sexual violence against students in educational institutions across the country have unsettled parents and turned the spotlight on school and state authorities. Read more here3. China says United States should stop issuing threats to North KoreaChina’s ambassador to Washington on Friday called on the United States to refrain from making threats over North Korea, which a day earlier launched another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean. Read more here4. Jude Felix relishing more power, responsibility in new roleFelix was appointed as the head coach of the junior team last month, a role that has brought him back into the coaching limelight of Indian hockey. Read more here5. When in jail, wife told kids I was shooting: Sanjay DuttNot many can claim to have lived a life like that of Sanjay Dutt. From losing his mother and then his first wife to cancer, to breaking free from the ruthless claws of drug addiction, to surviving jail, this Bollywood superstar and India’s ‘Khalnayak’ has touched the highest highs and the lowest lows to emerge stronger. Read more here

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DNA Morning Must Reads: India presses Myanmar for Rohingya return; Sanjay Dutt talks family, film, future; and more