Mumbai: Have you missed any news today? Here are the top national, international headlines of the day.
BJP seeks apology from Mayawati: The BJP on Monday sought an apology from BSP chief and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati for allegedly making personal comments on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Modi's claim of camera, e-mail: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while speaking to TV channel News Nation, has claimed to have clicked a photo of senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani in the year 1987-88 using a digital camera which he owned. Modi also claimed to have sent that photo by e-mail.
Arun Jaitley on Mayawati: The BJP said Mayawati has “stooped to an all-time low” and she was not suitable for public life.
Amit Shah's dig at TMC: Addressing a rally at Canning, which comes under Joynagar Lok Sabha constituency, Amit Shah said, "Mamata di gets angry if someone chants Jai Shri Ram. I am chanting Jai Shri Ram here today. If you (Mamata) have the guts, arrest me. I will be in Kolkata tomorrow."
Mayawati's attack on PM Modi: Mayawati said, "I came to know that in BJP, married women are worried when they see their husbands meeting Modi as they fear that Modi may separate them from their husbands, just the way he left his own wife. I appeal all women not to vote for Modi, this would be a true tribute to Modi's wife who was abandoned."
Kamal Haasan sparks controversy: Makkal Needhi Maiyam (MNM) founder Kamal Haasan has stoked a possible controversy, saying free India's first "terrorist was a Hindu," referring to Nathuram Godse who killed Mahatma Gandhi.
'Booth capturing' in Haryana's Faridabad: After the sixth round of the national election was over, a polling agent in Faridabad near Delhi was arrested on Sunday evening after he allegedly tried to influence voters. He was arrested after a video on Twitter was brought to the notice of the Haryana election body.
IMF bailout for Pakistan: Pakistan has reached an accord with the International Monetary Fund over a three-year, USD 6 billion bailout package aimed at shoring up fragile public finances and strengthening the slowing economy, officials said on Sunday.
Mallikarjun Kharge to PM Modi: Stoking a controversy, senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge Sunday asked whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hang himself at Vijay Chowk in Delhi if his prediction of the opposition party getting less than 40 seats in Lok Sabha polls is proven wrong.
2020 US Presidential race: Accusing China of breaking the negotiated trade deal draft with the United States, President Donald Trump on Sunday said Beijing was now "dreaming" that he would be replaced by a Democratic candidate after the 2020 presidential elections.