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Tiny Bytes: SC convicts Sasikala in assets case and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of the top news for little minds.

SC convicts Sasikala

AIADMK general secretary V. K. Sasikala was Tuesday convicted by the Supreme Court which set aside the Karnataka High Court verdict acquitting her in the 19-year-old disproportionate assets case that also involved late chief minister J. Jayalalithaa. Read more

USA’s tallest dam on verge of collapse

Residents below the tallest dam in the United States near Oroville in Northern California were ordered to evacuate immediately after authorities said an auxiliary spillway was in danger of imminent collapse. Read more


400 whales beached in NZ

Last weekend, around 400 pilot whales were stranded on a beach at a place called Farewell Spit, in New Zealand. Thanks to the help of volunteers, at least 50 were saved and helped back to the ocean.

Human life more important than elephant's: Kerala HC

Quashing a lower court order directing payment of compensation to the owner of an elephant killed by a police officer after it ran amok, the Kerala High Court has held that a public servant must give preference to protect the lives of humans, rather than that of animals. Read more

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