1. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange welcomes UN ruling, says he misses his familyWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke to reporters on Friday via a video link from the Ecuadorian embassy in London after a UN panel ruled that he should be allowed to go free and be awarded compensation. “I would like to say thank you, that I miss my family. That we have today a really significant victory that has brought a smile to my face and I hope many others as well.,” Assange said. Read more here.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>2. Nawaz Sharif hopes Indo-Pak talks will move forward soonPrime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday voiced hope that the comprehensive bilateral dialogue process between Pakistan and India would move forward in days to come as he underlined that “differences” on all outstanding issues, including on Kashmir can be resolved only through talks. Read more here.3. Tanzanian woman assault case: 4 more arrested in Bengaluru; 2 constables suspendedFour more persons have been arrested on Friday in the horrific assault case of the Tanzanian girl in Bengaluru, taking the total number of arrests to nine so far. However, Bengaluru police Commissioner NS Megharikh said there was still a lot of confusion regarding the case. Read more here.4. PM Modi should stop making excuses and start working, says Rahul GandhiLabelling Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘anti-poor, anti-farmer, anti-labourer and anti-worker’, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday said he would not allow the BJP Government to run a government that acts only in the interest of three or four of their crony capitalist friends. Read more here.5. PM Narendra Modi lashes out at Gandhis for disruption in parliamentPrime Minister Narendra Modi blamed the Gandhi family for disruption in Parliament on Friday during his visit to Assam. He has alleged that they are taking revenge for defeat in Lok Sabha polls. “There is one family which is not ready to let us take decisions,” he said. Read more here.