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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Quick News Chinese actions 'May undermine peace' in South China Sea: ASEAN | India, Spain to scale up bilateral trade and Co-op | Quake-ravaged Nepal tower becomes a site for selfies | Inter-Ministerial team leaves for Quake-Hit Nepal | Clinton foundation admits mistakes in donor sisclosure | Burundi police break up new protests against president | As nuclear powers meet, NYC rally demands end to weapons | Week of fighting in Iraq’s Ramadi kills 30 police | Chaos reigns at Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport | CJI refuses to be part of panel to select NJAC members, SC told | Taxation policy has to be non-adversarial: Arun Jaitley | 10 NDRF teams begin full operations in Kathmandu, nearby areas | Jayalalitha DA case: SC terms SPP’s appointment by TN govt ‘Bad in Law’ | Earthquake: Debate in LS, MPs to donate salary | Earthquake: Death toll rises to 66, Bihar reports highest casualities | Inconsistent Kolkata faces stiff Chennai challenge | Shamini qualifies for main draw | BCCI nominates Rohit Sharma for Arjuna award | Selfie stick doesn't click with Wimbledon officials | London Marathon: Kipchoge outduels Kipsang | London Marathon: Kipchoge outduels Kipsang | Gavaskar asks BCCI to pay him Rs 1.90 cr. for IPL chief tenure | Kohli bats for Saha as Test ’keeper | If required, I will write personally to Anurag: Srinivasan | Gorkha's pay tributes to Nepal earthquake victims | RC donates garments to Bal Niketan | Major faculty recruitment, promotions in SMVDU | AIIMS issue: SRS serves 10 day ultimatum to BJP to clear stand | BJP committed to all round development: Yudhvir | 5 injured in road mishaps | JMC conducts sanitation drive | IPP's name is IPP's blueprint, says Aqib | GRDS delegation meets Div.Com | Exhibition on International Cartoons held at S.P College | Rs. 26 cr Ayurvedic College by June at Akhnoor: Lal Singh | Kavinder Gupta stresses on expediting pace of development works | Zulfkar for monitoring of developmental works in rural areas | Gupta convenes public grievances redressal camp | IRP 1st Battalion distributes school bags, stationery items | JIAR students organize seminar on “Sexual Assault awareness’’ | Sat writes to Union Railway Minister, requests for stoppage of SVDK YPR Premium train | Rising Star Corps celebrates Raising day | Extend the original LARR Act of 2013 to the State of J&K: Harsh | Govt soft on separatists in Kashmir: Opposition | Less than a dozen pol prisoners in jails: Sayeed | Death toll likely to reach 5,000: Nepal Consul general in Kol | Parliament expresses solidarity with Nepal | KP's rehabilitation only possible if homeland is carved:Panun Kashmir | BJP president counters Rahul over Kashmir situation remark | Rahul to embark on Kisan foot march | Deployment of troops along LoC strengthened: Army | 5 hurt in clashes at Army recruitment rally | Army holds recruitment rallies to fill 1305 vacancies | Youth dies | Spain seeks India's help in getting its nationals out of Nepal | Rogi Kalyan Samiti meeting held at Samba |
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National News
CJI refuses to be part of panel to select NJAC members, SC told
New Delhi, Apr 27: In a new twist, Chief Justice of India H L Dattu has refused to participate in a three-member panel for selecting two eminent persons in the six-member National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) on whose validity a constitution bench began hearings today. The five-judge co... More
Taxation policy has to be non-adversarial: Arun Jaitley
10 NDRF teams begin full operations in Kathmandu, nearby areas
Jayalalitha DA case: SC terms SPP’s appointment by TN govt ‘Bad in Law’
Earthquake: Debate in LS, MPs to donate salary
 
Business News
Sahara gets more time to raise bail to free boss
NEW DELHI, MAR 23: Sahara, a sprawling conglomerate that ranges from media to property and Formula One motor racing, on Monday got three more months from the Supreme Court to come up with a proposal to raise $1.6 billion to free its chief from jail. Subrata Roy has been held in jail for more than a... More
Rupee up 19 paise vs dollar; logs longest winning streak since 2012
Times Internet picks up stake in Uber for Rs 150 crore
Gold, silver prices decline on low demand, global cues
Sebi gives lenders new ammunition to tackle bad loans
 
Sports News
Inconsistent Kolkata faces stiff Chennai challenge
CHENNAI, April 27: Enduring an erratic campaign so far, defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders face a stiff challenge when they take on the smooth-sailing Chennai Super Kings in an IPL cricket match in Chennai on Tuesday. KKR are currently placed third on the points table with three wins, two lo... More
Shamini qualifies for main draw
BCCI nominates Rohit Sharma for Arjuna award
Selfie stick doesn't click with Wimbledon officials
London Marathon: Kipchoge outduels Kipsang
 
 
Top News
Govt soft on separatists in Kashmir: Opposition
New Delhi, Apr 27: Opposition accused the government in Lok Sabha of adopting "soft" stance against separatists in Kashmir and failing to check attacks on churches as well as Left wing extremism. At the same time, members, cutting across party lines, pressed for providing latest weapons and equipment to police and para-military forces to deal with the problems of naxalism and militancy in differ... More
Less than a dozen pol prisoners in jails: Sayeed
Srinagar, APR 27: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed said that there were less than a dozen political prisoners in various jails in or outside the state. "There are not many (political prisoners). You just create this. They are not in numbers. They are not even a dozen," Sayeed told reporters here. The Chief minister was responding to a question on his government's promise of... More
Death toll likely to reach 5,000: Nepal Consul general in Kol
Kolkata, Apr 27: Nepal's Consul General in Kolkata Chandra Kumar Ghimire today feared the death toll in the devastating earthquake could go up to 5,000. "Yesterday, our (Nepal) Finance Minister has already said the death toll is likely to reach 5,000. It is one of the biggest natural disasters that Nepal has faced in eight decades. Not only lives and property but lot of heritage and architecture,... More
Parliament expresses solidarity with Nepal
New Delhi, APR 27: Parliament today expressed solidarity with quake-hit Nepal as government spoke about the massive efforts launched by India by which over 2500 of its nationals besides others have been rescued and free visas are being offered to stranded foreigners to come here. Members of Lok Sabha also decided to donate a month's salary for the relief work in Nepal. Both Lok Sabha and Rajy... More
KP's rehabilitation only possible if homeland is carved:Panun Kashmir
Jammu, Apr 27: Panun Kashmir, an organisation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits, reiterated that the rehabilitation of the community was only possible if a "separate homeland" with the status of "Union Territory" was created within the valley. "Panun Kashmir wants a return to freedom and not a return to the servitude of a Muslim State. When we demand the creation of a Union Territory, North and East... More
BJP president counters Rahul over Kashmir situation remark
Agartala, Apr 27: BJP President Amit Shah criticised Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for his observation that he saw no change in the situation at Kashmir border under the present Narendra Modi government from that during the UPA regime. Addressing a public gathering here, Shah said, "Rahul says what is the difference at the border in Kashmir now and during UPA regime? Earlier there were ex... More
Rahul to embark on Kisan foot march
New Delhi, April 27: After Kisan rally, Rahul Gandhi will now take out a Kisan Padyatra to reach out to farmers in the backdrop of the agrarian crisis. As Congress is seeking to make land acquisition a major issue to arrest its sliding fortunes, Gandhi's major public outreach plan is aimed at galvanizing the party cadres and broadening the party base among farming communities. Party sources in th... More
Deployment of troops along LoC strengthened: Army
Jammu, Apr 27: Deployment of troops along the Line of Control has been strengthened to thwart cross-border infiltration attempts with the snow starting to melt, a top Army commander said. "We are fully prepared to thwart any cross-border infiltration attempts along the LoC. As the snow has started melting, troops have been put on alert," General Officer Commanding-In-Chief, Northern Command, Lt G... More
 
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International News
Chinese actions 'May undermine peace' in South China Sea: ASEAN
Kuala Lumpur. Apr 27: Chinese island-building efforts "may undermine peace, security and stability" in the disputed South China Sea, said a statement by Southeast Asian leaders meeting for a summit today. The statement, yet to be publicly released, was prepared on behalf of leaders of the 10-member... More
India, Spain to scale up bilateral trade and Co-op
Quake-ravaged Nepal tower becomes a site for selfies
Inter-Ministerial team leaves for Quake-Hit Nepal
Clinton foundation admits mistakes in donor sisclosure
 
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