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       HEADLINES: League activist sustains hack injuries                                              Man missing at sea                                              BJP claims world’s largest political party with 8.8 crore members                                              Centre delayed rehabilitation of flood-hit: Omar                                              Everything is 'fine' within AAP, says Kejriwal                                              CJI keen on going ahead with the judges conference from April 3                                              Pakistan hangs four convicts                                              21 killed as bus plunges into ravine in Peru                                              No Indian in ICC's World Cup XI led by McCullum                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         SC issues notice to Advani, others in Babri demolition case    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Tuesday sought responses from senior BJP leader L K Advani and others on a plea against dropping of criminal conspiracy charge against them in the Babri mosque demolition case.

         Two children killed in Hyderabad wall collapse    
HYDERABAD: Two toddlers were killed when a wall in their house collapsed in Borabanda area here, police said on Tuesday. The incident occurred around midnight on Monday when the two children were sleeping in a room and an internal partition wall suddenly collapsed on them, S R Nagar police station inspector G V Ramana Goud said.

         CJI keen on going ahead with the judges conference from April 3    
NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India Justice H L Dattu appears firm on going ahead with the conference of high court chief justices beginning here on Good Friday, notwithstanding opposition from the Christian community.

         I was driving, says Salman's driver Ashok Singh    
MUMBAI: Ashok Singh, the family driver of Bollywood star Salman Khan, Monday told the sessions court here that it was he and not the actor who was driving at the time of the 2002 hit-and-run accident in which one person was killed and four others were injured.

         Everything is 'fine' within AAP, says Kejriwal    
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday dismissed reports of crisis within the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), saying everything is 'fine'.

         Centre delayed rehabilitation of flood-hit: Omar    
JAMMU: With Kashmir Valley facing fresh floods, former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday asked the Centre what steps it was taking to help the state even as he accused the Narendra Modi government of delaying rehabilitation of those hit by last year’s deluge.

         House buried under mud in Kashmir, 12 trapped    
SRINAGAR: As many as 12 members of a family, including women and children, were trapped when a house got buried under mud after incessant rains triggered soil erosion in Badgam district of Jammu and Kashmir Monday morning.

         Seven killed in Visakhapatnam firecracker factory blast    
VISAKHAPATNAM: Explosion at a firecracker manufacturing unit in Visakhapatnam killed seven and injured five. The accident took place at around 5.30 pm. The victims were immediately rushed to a nearby hospital and later shifted to Seven Hills hospital.

         Malaysian police investigates death threats to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar    
KUALA LUMPER: Malaysian police is investigating a letter purportedly sent by the Islamic State (ISIS) militant group, threatening to kill Indian spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar who was in Penang over the weekend.

         J&K CM asks for Army support to tackle flood    
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has asked the Army to provide logistic support, in terms of men and machinery, to the civil administration to effectively counter the flood situation in the Valley. The direction to this effect was issued during a review meeting chaired by Sayeed here last evening. The army representative assured the Chief Minister that the Army will provide all required support to the government to tackle the imminent threat of floods, an official

         NDRF rushed to Kashmir; four teams on standby    
SRINAGAR: Two NDRF teams comprising 100 personnel have been rushed as part of contingency measures in Jammu and Kashmir, where Jhelum river on Monday crossed the danger level in Srinagar and Sangam area of South Kashmir following heavy rains.

         Jeep overturns, two killed    
SAMBHAL: Two women were killed when the jeep they were travelling overturned in Bahjoi area of the district here, police said Monday. The victims, Rekha (32) and Amlesh (35) were killed when the jeep in which they were travelling overturned in a bid to save another vehicle yesterday, Police station in-charge Rajveer Singh Yadav said.

         Two pilgrims killed, 10 injured as truck overturns    
SONBHADRA: Two persons were killed and 10 others injured when a mini truck carrying pilgrims overturned in Kone area near here, police said Monday. Two pilgrims Vijay Paswan (37) and Akhilesh (27) were killed when the truck carrying them turned turtle on their way to Amila Dhaam in the district here, they said.

         Centre assures all support to Jammu    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, rushed Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi to Kashmir for on-the-spot assessment of the flood situation. “The Centre is committed to provide all help required by the State,” Naqvi told reporters as he prepared to leave for the flood-hit Valley.

         10 killed in Jharkhand road accident    
GARHWA (JHARKHAND): Ten passengers were killed and 25 others injured when their bus hurtled down into a gorge along the Garhwa-Ambikapur road in the district on Monday.

         BJP claims world’s largest political party with 8.8 crore members    
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) claimed that it has emerged as the world's largest party with membership strength of 8.8 crores, surpassing the Communist Party of China which has 8.6 crore members.

         Advanced airfield in Tawang may not be feasible    
TAWANG: An advanced airfield for military and commercial use in strategically important Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh may not be feasible due to topographic constraints and weather, a preliminary evaluation of a proposal by the government has shown.

         HC acquits man who 'criticised' wife for being dark    
MADURAI: A man cannot be convicted on charges of instigating his wife to commit suicide just because he criticised her for being dark, ruled the Madras High Court in Madurai on Sunday.

         Dacoits loot tourists in Bengal    
DIAMOND HARBOUR (WB): Suspected Bangladeshi dacoits looted Rs 75,000 and other valuables from a group of tourists and injured one person when he tried to resist at Piyali tourist spot in South 24 Parganas district.

         Five killed, 18 injured in building collapse in TN    
CHENNAI: Five persons were killed and 18 injured when an under construction staff quarters of the Central University collapsed here today, police said. The toll could increase as several of the injured were in a serious condition, they said.

         Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings from Indians    
NEW DELHI: Seeking to come clean on illicit funds amid intense government pressure, Swiss banks have asked their Indian clients to provide fresh undertakings to ensure that untaxed money is not stashed in their accounts.

         AAP removes Ramdas as Lokpal, Bhushan from disciplinary panel    
NEW DELHI: The Aam Aadmi Party Sunday removed party's internal Lokpal Admiral L Ramdas and Prashant Bhushan as the chief of National Disciplinary Committee, a day after the latter and senior leader Yogendra Yadav were expelled from the National Executive (NE).

         Modi discusses bilateral initiatives with Singapore leaders    
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday met Singapore leaders and conveyed his condolences while underlining the importance of taking forward the initiatives in India inspired by late Lee Kuan Yew.Modi, who arrived here this morning to attend the State Funeral Services of Lee who died at the age of 91, met Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong and Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam today.

         Top IPS officers knock govt's door on salary issues    
NEW DELHI: In a unique case, some top IPS officers heading important posts of border security, intelligence and investigation have moved the government claiming "anomalies" in their salary packages, which they contend, lower their dignity and morale.

         DU sets up weather station on DSE terrace    
NEW DELHI: Finding the data provided by Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) inadequate for studying the national capital's "micro-climate", Delhi University has set up its own weather station for more accurate and detailed weather updates.

         Three burnt alive, one injured in ambulance fire    
Neemuch (MP): Three persons were charred to death and one was seriously injured when the ambulance in which poppy straw was allegedly being smuggled, caught fire after colliding with a truck near here, police said. The truck which collided with the ambulance was also gutted in the fire, they said.

         India deeply valued Lee's friendship and his support: Modi    
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday lauded Singapore's founder and first premier Lee Kuan Yew as a "global thinker" and said India deeply valued his friendship and his support for its economic progress.

         Rajnath moves to new bungalow; neighbours include LS Speaker    
NEW DELHI: Home Minister Rajnath Singh has moved to a sprawling bungalow in the capital's Akbar Road with his next door neighbour being Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Ten months after assuming the charge of the sensitive Home Ministry, Singh moved to 17, Akbar Road, a Type VIII bungalow, in Delhi's high-profile Lutyens zone on Friday, an auspicious day in Hindu calendar on account of 'Ashtami'.

         Mizo Guv Aziz Qureshi sacked    
NEW DELHI: Mizoram Governor Aziz Qureshi, who has had a running feud with the Centre and even approached the Supreme Court against attempts to ease him out, was sacked today.

         India launches IRNSS-1D; set to operationalise navigational system    
SRIHARIKOTA: India is set to operationalise its own navigational system with the succesful launch of IRNSS-1D, the fourth in the series of seven navigational satellites, onboard PSLV-C27 from here today.

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