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Naval officer dies in fire fighting efforts onboard aircraft carrier
A naval officer was killed on Friday after a fire broke out onboard aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya while it was entering harbour in Karnataka's Karwar. Lt Cdr DS Chauhan, who led the firefighting efforts in the affected compartment, lost consciousness due to the smoke and fumes from the blaze.
Centre sanctions Rs 4,000 crore for women safety projects under Nirbhaya Fund
The govt has sanctioned nearly Rs 4,000 cr for various women safety projects under the Nirbhaya Fund that include financial assistance to rape and acid attack victims and setting up of special police units for women and children. Highest Rs 2,919.55 cr has been sanctioned under the 'Safe City Project' being implemented in eight cities.
Rahul calls Nyay scheme a 'surgical strike on poverty'

PM did nothing for water scarce Bundelkhand: Akhilesh Yadav
SP president Akhilesh Yadav accused PM Narendra Modi of doing nothing for the "thirsty" Bundelkhand region of the state. The SP chief also dubbed Yogi Adityanath as "baba chief minister" and said that till yesterday he had faith in 'babas' but after non-fulfilment of promises by UP government, he was not sure.
EC not letting state government discharge its duties, alleges Andhra CM Naidu

Telangana farmers to file nominations from Varanasi to highlight demands
About 50 farmers from Nizamabad in Telangana have left for Varanasi to file nominations from the Lok Sabha constituency, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking re-election, in a bid to highlight their problems. The farmers are planning to contest as independents to press their demand for remunerative price to turmeric and constitution of a turmeric board.
  Why PM Modi loves a white lotus more than a saffron one
Why does a man renowned for being camera hungry, share his limelight with a black and white paper flower? And why has it grown bigger over the years. E.g. if you look at Modi’s election speeches from 2014, you’ll see a smaller white lotus pined on his chest.
S Korea to seek alternate sources of oil imports
[South Korea], Apr 26 (ANI): South Korea said on Friday that it will seek alternate sources of crude oil imports in order to minimize the impact of sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran,
Trump slams Democratic candidates running for 2020 Presidential elections
[USA], Apr 26 (ANI): US President Donald Trump on Thursday (local time) resorted to criticising a hand full of Democratic candidates who have announced their intent to run for the 2020 Presidential
'First time pro-incumbency wave in country'
Noting that the mood is festive from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Modi said party workers are the real candidates.
Malaysian climber evacuated from Mt Annapurna
A Malaysian climber was on Friday evacuated from from Nepal's Mt Annapurna, the world's tenth highest mountain.
2,200-year-old workshop unearthed in Peshawar
Archaeologists from the University of Peshawar (UoP) said that they have discovered remains of metal workshops from the Indo-Greek period dating back to the 2nd century BC.
  Indian Express     New Delhi TV
Grandparents Day celebrated
To celebrate the Grandparents's Day, a declamation contest was held in the primary wing of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School...
Harmeet, Parasmani win inter-bank declamation contest
State Bank of India organised an inter-bank declamation contest for the different banks of the city on Tuesday.
Forum directs LIT to allot a plot at rate prevailing 35 years ago
District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum directed the Ludhiana Improvement of Trust to allot a plot of 200 sq yd to the consumer at the rate prevailing 35 years ago and also pay Rs 10,000 as compensation for harassment and mental tension to the consumer.
Exhibition at Fab India
Fab India, a handloom clothing store, has put up an exhibition of a festive collection of block-printed Chanderi silk kurtas and dupattas at its city outlet.
Students apprised of educational avenues abroad
Desh Bhagat Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Mandi Gobindgarh, today organised a seminar on "Academia interface" with a view to bring the students face to face with educational facilities in foreign countries.
N-deal is Bofors scams sequel, says Grewal
The Bharatiya Janta Party Investor Cell, Punjab State Chief Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal termed the Indo-Nuclear deal as Bofors scam sequel and expected it to be bigger than its predecessor.
 
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  The Hindu     Rediff
Talk of drift, corruption is propaganda: Manmohan

Supreme Court stays return of land to unwilling farmers in Singur

23 Tamil Nadu fishermen released

Team Anna calls on Karat, other leaders

Left, RJD, SP plan indefinite, anti-Posco dharna

We have to swim against the tide in the global arena: PM

  'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'
Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'
Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.
How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant
LIVE! Nirav's firm moves HC against selling paintings

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.