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       HEADLINES: Pillai lodges complaint against Ministers Mani and Anoop Jacob                                              VS openly bats for Yechury                                              Woman pregnant after sterilization, clash in hospital                                              Confiscated 23.5 kg gold returned on paying fine                                              Retd KSEB employee found dead                                              Lankan PM offers worship at Guruvayur temple                                              Mirwaiz placed under house arrest                                              No more guard of honour for Maharashtra ministers: Fadnavis                                              Saeed admits Pak army hand-in-glove with JuD in waging jihad in Kashmir                                              Terror arrests in Australia over planned ANZAC Day attack                                              33 killed in Afghanistan suicide bombing                                              Confident United look to rein in Chelsea                                              Kings lord over Mumbai                                              Daredevils opt to bat against Sunrisers                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Fire breaks out at ONGC oil well in Surat, seven injured    
SURAT (GUJARAT): A major fire broke out at the ONGC oil well in Surat, possibly due to a gas leakage, injuring seven people. The injured have been taken to hospital in Surat. Fire tenders were working to douse the flames.

         Yogendra Yadav calls show cause notice a joke    
NEW DELHI: Staring at an imminent expulsion from the party, AAP rebel Yogendra Yadav Saturday lashed out at the party on social media for the show cause notice served on him, terming it as a "joke".

         Telangana native becomes DTC'S first woman driver    
NEW DELHI: After driving autos and BMWs, Telangana native Vankadarath Saritha has become the first woman to hit the Delhi roads as a DTC driver.

         475 evacuees from Yemen arrive in Kochi    
KOCHI: Two Navy-escorted passenger ships with 475 people, including Bangladesh nationals and Yemenese of Indian origin, evacuated from the conflict-hit Yemen arrived in Kochi on Saturday, bringing down the curtains on the massive rescue operation undertaken by the government.

         St Stephen's row: Kejriwal attends graduation ceremony    
NEW DELHI: Amidst a raging controversy over a ban on a student e-zine by St Stephen’s college, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday attended a graduation ceremony at the institute, even as a section of students had urged him to turn down the invite “in support for freedom of speech”.

         No more guard of honour for Maharashtra ministers: Fadnavis    
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government has decided to discontinue the colonial-era practice of according police guard of honour to ministers and top officials during their district-level visits, terming it a "waste of time and resources".

         Mirwaiz placed under house arrest    
SRINAGAR: Authorities Saturday placed several separatists, including moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, under house arrest even as a strike called by hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani over killing of two youths in an army operation earlier this week evoked a partial response in some parts of Kashm

         Lankan PM offers worship at Guruvayur temple    
GURUVAYOOR: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe Saturday offered worship at the famous Lord Krishna Temple here amid heavy security.

         Rahul meets farmers ahead of Kisan rally    
NEW DELHI: Making his first public appearance after a nearly two-month long absence, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi Saturday met farmers from various states ahead of tomorrow's Kisan rally and sought their views on the changes being brought in UPA's land law by the Narendra Modi government.

         Violence in Srinagar, youth killed in firing    
SRINAGAR: A young man was killed and two others injured in firing by the CRPF Saturday during protests in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir where a strike has been called by the hardline Hurriyat faction against the killing of two youths in Tral earlier this week.

         PM returns after three-nation tour    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to the capital early Saturday morning after a three- nation tour of France, Germany and Canada during which a number of key agreements were signed, including the supply of 36 Rafale fighter jets by France and uranium from Canada.

         Normal life hit by Karnataka bandh over Cauvery issue    
BENGALURU: Normal life in the country's IT capital and several parts of Karnataka was crippled Saturday as a 12-hour statewide bandh called by pro-Kannada outfits to protest Tamil Nadu's opposition to Mekedatu drinking water project across the river Cauvery, began.

         No compromise over national issues, says BJP    
NEW DELHI: The BJP said on Friday that there would be no compromise on "certain basic principles" while dealing with issues of national importance like separatist leader Masrat Alam and others raising pro-Pakistan slogans and waiving its flag.

         Two killed in Agra septic tank accident    
AGRA: Two people were killed and one was injured on Friday when they fell into a septic tank, after a public toilet collapsed at Agra's Idgah bus stand in Uttar Pradesh, police said.

         Sacred wood for Lord Balabhadra's idol found in Odisha    
BHUBANESWAR: A neem tree whose wood is to be used for carving an idol of Lord Balabhadra was identified near Goddess Sarala shrine in Odisha's Jagatsinghpur district, chief of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) Suresh Mohapatra said on Friday.

         Telangana man stabs to death his family's attacker    
HYDERABAD: A man stabbed to death a youth who attacked his daughter and two other family members in this Telangana capital's suburb on Friday, police said.

         Lawyer found dead in Tis Hazari Courts premises    
NEW DELHI: A 40-year-old lawyer was found dead with a wound on his head inside the Tis Hazari Courts complex here on Friday, police said. The lawyer, Rajeev Sharma, was found near an eatery in T-Block lawyers' chamber of the premises.

         SC suspends defamation proceedings against Kejriwal    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday suspended criminal defamation proceedings against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, initiated by union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Surender Sharma for making alleged defamatory remarks.

         SC extends Jayalalithaa's bail till May 12 in DA case    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday extended the bail granted to former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa till the disposal of her appeal before the Karnataka High Court in disproportionate assets case in which she has been sentenced to four years in jail.

         Massive fire breaks out at Mumbai scrap market    
MUMBAI: A massive fire broke out at a scrap market in the Goregaon area of Mumbai on Friday morning. Several fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flames.

         Masarat Alam's arrest 'no surprise', says BJP    
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday said it was no surprise that separatist leader Masarat Alam had been arrested, as the party was clear over not permitting any anti-India activity.

         Christian priests raise concern over security    
MATHURA: Christian priests in Mathura on Friday raised security concern after an attack on the 95-year-old St. Mary's Church in Agra on Thursday.

         Barriers have turned into bridges, says Modi    
VANCOUVER: Winding up his visit to Canada, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said it was a historic trip that will herald a new era of cooperation between the two countries as he promised an early conclusion of a free trade agreement and a bilateral investment protection pact.

         Masarat Alam arrested in Srinagar    
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested separatist leader Masarat Alam in Srinagar on Friday. Late on Thursday Alam and fellow Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani were put under house arrest to prevent them from leading a rally on Friday to Tral, where a 24-year-old civilian was shot dead by the Army on Monday.

         Mufti denies permission for separatist rally; says pro-Pak slogans unacceptable    
SRINAGAR: Coming under attack from all quarters including PDP ally BJP, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed today decided to deny permission for a rally by separatists tomorrow even as he said waving of Pakistani flags and raising pro-Pak slogans were "not acceptable" and "will not be tolerated".

         Did not wave Pakistan flag, says Masarat Aalm    
SRINAGAR: Separatist leader Masarat Alam Bhat today denied waving Pakistani flag at a rally organised to welcome his senior Syed Ali Shah Geelani here, but said it was a representation of the feelings, aspirations and sentiments of the people across Kashmir.

         Asaram's son Narayan Sai gets bail in rape case    
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court Thursday granted conditional bail of three weeks to Narayan Sai, son of self-proclaimed godman Asaram, who has been behind bars for more than a year in connection with a rape case filed against him by a Surat-based woman.

         Modi vows to 'clean up mess' in India    
TORONTO: In a Madison Square-like event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday wowed diaspora Indians with jibes at the UPA government when he pledged to clean up the "mess left behind" and change the country's image from the one of "scams" to that of a "skilled" nation.

         Former Nepal PM Surya Bahadur Thapa dies    
NEW DELHI: Former Nepal Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa passed away at a private hospital near here where he was undergoing treatment for stomach cancer. He was 87.

         No political relevance of Janata Parivar, says RLD Chief    
MUZAFFARNAGAR: Terming the merger of six parties from the erstwhile Janata Parivar as "a drama", the Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh said it has no relevance in the present political scenario.

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