Top Stories Office of profit case: Prez approves EC proposal to disqualify 20 AAP MLAs The EC on Friday had recommended disqualification of the 20 MLAs for holding 'office of profit.' India to welcome Davos meet with 'desi' cuisine, Yoga sessions tomorrow PM Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to attend Davos meeting in about 20 years since HD Deve Gowda in 1997. After Constitution remark, Hegde says 'won't be affected by protesting dogs' In Dec 2016, Hegde had said that the word 'secular' could be removed from the Constitution. Repay benefits enjoyed by disqualified MLAs in offices of profit: BJP to AAP Aam Aadmi Party said that it will knock the doors of the High Court and even the Supreme Court, if needed. 17 dead in Delhi's Bawana cracker factory fire; owner arrested Police officials said people who were trapped inside the factory died of injuries and asphyxiation. Kabul hotel attack: 6 dead, 4 gunmen killed; Taliban claims attack Four gunmen burst into the hotel on Saturday night, opening fire on guests and staff and taking dozens of people hostage. SC likely to bring work allocation system into public domain, say sources The listing of two petitions demanding an independent probe into the death of CBI special judge BH Loya is being considered. India can fight not only on its own ground, but also on foreign soil: Rajnath Singh's remarks come almost a month after a group of 5 Army commandos crossed the LoC in Poonch sector and killed three Pakistani soldiers. Video 'fake', CM 'spreading lie', must apologise: BJP leader on Delhi fire remark The North Delhi Mayor was heard telling officials that they had the factory license and therefore not speak against it. Ex-CAG a 'contract killer', must be tried for 'cheating' nation: A Raja Raja went on to say that some forces were working against the UPA and for that they used Rai as a tool. Chidambaram slams 'anti-consumer' Centre over rising diesel, petrol prices It was reported that in the national capital, the diesel price is at an all-time high, while petrol price is the highest since August 2014. Home Ministry to hire Air India planes to ferry security men posted in J&K, NE The Air India is expected to deploy its narrow-body jet Airbus A319 which has around 144 all-economy seats. J&K: Jawan killed, death toll in Pak ceasefire violation climbs to 11 in 4 days Sepoy C K Roy, who got was injured in Pakistani firing succumbed to injuries at the military hospital on Saturday night. UNSC team to visit Pak over sanctions on Mumbai attack plotter Hafiz Saeed The two-day visit of the UN Security Council’s sanctions monitoring team will begin on Thursday. UK arrests woman who married, gave birth under IS regime on returning home The 27-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested at Heathrow Airport under terrorism laws. 'Nice present' from Democrats on 1st anniversary: Trump on shutdown As the clock struck midnight, in the absence of an agreed spending plan, federal services began to come to a halt or be scaled back. Filmfare Awards: Vidya, Irrfan best actors, Rajkummar bags 2, Hindi Medium best film Amidst much glam and glitz, the 63rd edition came to an end with celebrities being honoured for their performances. New study reveals supplements that could help women run faster A small study of young women compared the performance of those who took the supplement with a control group that took a placebo. Darwinism 'scientifically wrong', ancestors never saw ape turn into man: Union min Darwinism is a theory of biological evolution that states that all species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection. Beijing claims US warship violated its South China Sea sovereignty, vows action A US Navy destroyer sailed near a disputed shoal claimed by China in the South China Sea this week.