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April 21, Saturday 2018 1:01 PM       
       HEADLINES: We have lost a socially-committed editor: Governor                                              K M Mani condoles M S Ravi's demise                                              Kadakampally, Kerala Working Journalist Union condole demise of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor                                              Kathua fake hartal arsonists to face POCSO charges                                              New born baby mauled to death                                              Opposition's five charges against CJI Dipak Misra                                              Jaitley terms impeachment motion against CJI a 'revenge petition'                                              Impeachment motion against CJI a political move: Constitution expert                                              Cuba marks end of era as Castro hands over power                                              PM Modi should pay more attention to women safety: IMF chief                                              Sheikh Hasina makes it to Time's list of 100 most influential people                                              Ships don't want to stop at Chinese run Hambantota                                              Cricket Australia to name Lehmann's replacement before UK tour                                              ECB proposes new 100-ball format of cricket                                              World Cup of tennis in one week is horrible idea: Anand Amritraj                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Ships don't want to stop at Chinese run Hambantota    
 
 
COLOMBO: The Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka in which China has a 70 percent stake, is being seen by shipping analysts and other experts as a virtual white elephant because most ships passing through the Indian Ocean don't stop to unload their cargo.

 
         Sheikh Hasina makes it to Time's list of 100 most influential people    
 
 
DHAKA: Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has made it to the list of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2018.

 
         PM Modi should pay more attention to women safety: IMF chief    
 
 
IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday called on India´s leader to focus more on women in the wake of the ‘revolting’ rape and murder of two young girls.

 
         Cuba marks end of era as Castro hands over power    
 
 
HAVANA: Cuba’s new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, began his term Thursday with a promise to defend the socialist revolution led by the Castro brothers since 1959, giving a sober speech that emphasized the need to modernize the economy.

 
         Rawalpindi village named after Malala    
 
 
RAWALPINDI: A village in Rawalpindi District of Pakistan's Punjab province has been named after Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel laureate.

 
         Pak-sponsored PoK-Khalistani elements burn Indian flag in London    
 
 
LONDON: Pakistan-backed PoK and Khalistani elements burnt the Indian flag in Central London yesterday while the London Metropolitan Police quietly watched the flag burning taking place right before its eyes.

 
         CIA chief had 'smooth' meeting with Kim Jong Un: Trump    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump has confirmed that CIA director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in a secret visit to Pyongyang.

 
         31 militants dead, 37 wounded in Afghan    
 
 
KABUL: At least 31 militants have been killed and 37 wounded during the coordinated air and ground operations in various provinces of Afghanistan in the past 24 hours, confirms the country's Ministry of Defense (MoD).

 
         India-UK MoU on illegal immigrants under discussion: Foreign Secy    
 
 
London [UK]:The meeting between the Prime Ministers of India and the United Kingdom has paved the way for a discussion on a possible Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on illegal immigrants, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said on Wednesday. "An MoU on illegal immigrants is under discussion. I think there will be a meeting of Home Secretary and Home Minister, perhaps at the end of next month, and I presume we will continue to discuss it in that time," Gokhale told press here.

 
         UIDAI did not accuse Google of trying to fail Aadhaar'    
 
New Delhi: The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Wednesday refuted media reports that its counsel Rakesh Dwivedi accused Google of trying to fail Aadhaar while presenting arguments in the Supreme Court.

 
         Minority Hindu families protest abduction of minor    
 
 
Islamabad: Protesting minority Hindu families residing in the Yazman Tehsil, which is approximately 30-kilomters from Bahawalpur, have come out onto the streets to demand the recovery of minor girl allegedly abducted five days ago.

 
         Former First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92    
 
 
WASHINGTON/HOUSTON: Former First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, wife of US president and mother of another, died Wednesday. She was 92.

 
         Blast near Indian Embassy camp office in Kathmandu    
 
 
KATHMANDU: A minor explosion took place near camp office of the Indian embassy in Kathmandu's Biratnagar on Monday night. The Camp Office was targeted in the blast that occurred on Monday night at around 8.15 pm, District Police Office, Morang's Chief SP Arun Kumar BC informed.

 
         Sean Hannity revealed as Trump lawyer's client    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Fox News host Sean Hannity has been revealed as one of only three private legal clients who United States President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has been representing.

 
         UK, US warn Russia over global cyber attacks    
 
 
LONDON: The National Cyber Security Centre of the United Kingdom along with the Forensic Bureau of Investigation and the United State Department of Homeland Security has issued a formal warning regarding the global cyber attacks by the Russian government.

 
         Melania maintains silence over Trump's recent controversies    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: United States First Lady Melania Trump has maintained silence over the controversy surrounding the alleged claims of porn star Stormy Daniels being paid by US President Donald Trump and the recent 'war of words' with former FBI director James Comey.

 
         James Comey makes shocking claims about Trump    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), James B Comey, in an interview with ABC News, has unleashed a series of scathing attacks on the United States President, Donald Trump.

 
         Rohingya rejects Myanmar's repartition claim    
 
 
NAYPYIDAW: The Rohingyas have rejected the claim made by the Myanmar government regarding the repartition of the first batch of the Rohingya community residing in the country.

 
         Class VI student dies playing 'face-slapping' game in Pak    
 
 
LAHORE: In a shocking incident, a sixth grade student lost his life while playing innocuous 'face-slapping' at his school in Pakistan's Punjab province, media reports said.

 
         UN rejects Russian resolution calling for condemnation of air strikes in Syria    
 
 
UNITED NATIONS: Russia on Saturday, April 14, failed to win United Nations (UN) backing for a condemnation of military strikes launched by the United States, Britain, and France on Syria in retaliation for an alleged chemical weapons attack.

 
         Russia calls emergency session of UN Security Council    
 
 
MOSCOW: Russia on Saturday confirmed that it was calling an emergency session of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in the wake of the airstrikes launched by the US-led coalition in Syria.

 
         Iran keen to partner Pak on CPEC    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Iran has expressed keen interest in entering into a partnership with Pakistan to explore possibilities in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which falls under the ambitious One Belt, One Road (OBOR).

 
         Russian envoy warns of consequences after strikes on Syria    
 
 
MOSCOW: Cautioning the United States, France and Britain over the military strikes on Syria, the Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov has warned that such actions will not be left without consequences.

 
         GOP rep. says Trump 'not authorized to strike Syria'    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Criticizing US President Donald Trump's decision to launch precision strikes in Syria, Representative for Kentucky [R-KY4] Thomas Massie on Friday said that the US Constitution does not give the president the authority to carry out such attack.

 
         US, UK, France launch airstrike in Syria    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: The United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians and to deter him from doing it again, President Donald Trump announced Friday.

 
         Thank you all for caring: Arnold Schwarzenegger    
 
 
Washington D.C: Post his heart surgery, 'Terminator' star Arnold Schwarzenegger has thanked his fans for their love and care. The 70-year-old wrote, on Friday, took to Twitter to update everyone about his health.

 
         Pak SC disqualifies Nawaz Sharif from holding public office for life    
 
 
Islamabad: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday disqualified former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and former general secretary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Jahangir Khan Tareen from standing for elections for the rest of their lives.

 
         My data was exposed in Cambridge Analytica leak: Zuckerberg    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, revealed on Wednesday that his own personal data was exposed in the Cambridge Analytica leak among millions of people.

 
         The brewing diplomatic tussle between Pak, US    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: The diplomatic tiff between the United States (US) and Pakistan is brewing up like coffee, gradual-yet-strong and perhaps tad bitter.

 
         Facebook has a dedicated counter-terrorism team: Zuckerberg    
 
 
WASHINGTON DC: Testifying before the US senators for the second day in the wake of the data breach scandal and alleged foreign interference in elections, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday said that his company had a 200-member counter-terrorism team to deal with objectionable content.

 
 
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