Top Stories at 4 pm, Feb 13: India beat Bangladesh by 208 runs in one-off Test; Pakistan court bans Valentine's Day celebrations in Islamabad; Sasikala slams OPS, says I'm not scared; ISRO set for world record attempt on February 15

From India's victory in one-off test against Bangladesh to the ongoing political turmoil in Tamil Nadu, here are the top stories of February 13, by 4 pm.

India beat Bangladesh by 208 runs in one-off Test, register 6th series win on trot

Virat Kohli-led India register victory over Bangladesh in one-off Test by 209 runs at Hyderabad. Ravichandran Ashwin took the wicket of tailender Taskin Ahmed to register India’s sixth series win on the trot. India’s unbeaten run continues, it is their 19th Test without a defeat. This was Bangladesh’s first Test against India on Indian soil. The two teams have played 9 Tests till date out of which India have won 7 and 2 were drawn. Read More

Pakistan court bans Valentine’s Day celebrations in Islamabad

Pakistan has reportedly banned all activities related to the Valentines day. The Islamabad High Court on February 13 imposed a ban on all the Valentines Day celebrations across the capital just a day ahead of Valentines Day. The court has also reportedly asked the Television channels to stop special transmission related to the day. Read Here

Have seen 1000 such ‘Panneerselvams’, am not scared, says Sasikala

A tug of war is going on between OPS and Sasikala to claim the throne of Tamil Nadu. Hell broke loose after Panneerselvam openly revolted against Sasikala Natarajan after claiming that he was “forced” to resign by her. However, Sasikala refuted all claims by calling him a “liar” and that he had “betrayed” Amma and the party. While both have challenged each other to prove their majority in the assembly, who will finally be the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is still uncertain. Read Here

ISRO set for world record attempt on February 15, to place 104 satellites in space in single launch

In a proud moment, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to enter into records books when it will place 104 satellites in space in a single launch by Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) on February 15. Currently, Russia holds the record of launching 37 satellites into space in a single launch. Read More