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Pak jets targeted Indian military installations, attempt foiled

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AF jets blow up Jaish-e-Mohammed’s main terror camp in Pakistan

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Landslide victory for Hasina in Bangladesh

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Stalin makes pitch for Rahul Gandhi as PM candidate

Congress bags Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, MP; Telangana votes KCR; MNF wins Mizoram

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4 million vote in Afghanistan despite violence

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Canada High Commissioner Nadir Patel visits Golden Temple; Performs 'sewa'

India inks $5.43 billion deal for S-400 missiles from Russia

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Sri Lanka bombings death toll rises to 359; More suspects arrested

COLOMBO: Police say the death toll in the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka has risen to 359 and more suspects have been arrested. Police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara also said Wednesday morning that 18 suspects were arrested overnight, raising the total detained to 58. The prime minister warned on Tuesday that several suspects armed with explosives were still at large....more More

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45 children among victims of Lanka terror attacks: UNICEF

COLOMBO: Jean Gough, Regional Director, UNICEF South Asia, and Tim Sutton, Representative UNICEF Sri Lanka have said that 45 children have been killed, scores of children injured, many children orphaned during the bomb blasts in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. In a statement, the two UNICEF officials expressed deepest sympathy to the victims, families and communities impacted by these brutal attacks....more More

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Protect women’s rights ‘before, during and after conflict’: UN chief

By Deepak Arora

UNITED NATIONS: Over the course of the past decade, there has been “a paradigm shift” in understanding the devastating impact of sexual violence in conflict on international peace and security, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the Security Council during a high-level debate on Tuesday. At the meeting marking the 10th anniversary of the adoption of resolution 1888, which created the mandate of the Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict, the Council passed a German-drafted resolution to reduce sexual violence in conflict and end rape as a weapon of war, with 13 in favour, and two countries, Russia and China, abstaining....more More

Sunil BakshiDoubling Indian Farmers income by 2022 can be a reality

By Sunil Bakshi

LONDON: Indian Government can help double farmer’s income by the year 2022 with a firm resolve by re-structuring agricultural sector. This will need full management commitment and firm leadership. I have worked at grassroots agricultural sector in India and experienced the pitfalls that inhibit the Indian farmer, limiting his scope. The growth in the farm sector alone can help double farmer’s income by 2022 with the help of three key factors -- Consolidation of marginal farms; Reduction of fresh produce waste; and better access to market....more More

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US ends waiver India, 7 others on Iranian oil

WASHINGTON: The Trump administration on Monday announced the United States will not grant any more waivers from sanctions to countries such as India and China that import Iranian crude in a bid to increase pressure on Teheran to “end the regime’s destabilizing activity threatening” in the region and outside. “President Donald J. Trump has decided not to reissue Significant Reduction Exceptions (SREs — as the waivers are called) when they expire in early May,” the White house said in a statement. “This decision is intended to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero, denying the regime its principal source of revenue.”...more More

Congress unveils national security plan

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Sunday said unemployment, farm distress and vulnerability of different sections of society continue to be the top election issues for the party as it officially unveiled the vision document on national security prepared by former chief of the Army’s Northern Command, Lt. Gen. D.S. Hooda (retd). Former Union Ministers, P. Chidambaram and Jairam Ramesh, along with Lt. Gen. Hooda released a summary of the report and asserted that Congress’ approach towards national security was “not ad hoc and impulsive”....more More

Modi’s Desperation Peaks Midway

By Sitaram Yechury

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi betrays a sense of desperation in the shrill campaign that he is conducting in these general elections. Earlier, in a speech at Latur in Maharashtra, he called for people to vote for the BJP in the name of the Pulwama martyrs. The Election Commission’s action against this speech is still awaited. On April 21, the last day of campaigning in Gujarat, Modi said, had Pakistan not returned the Indian Air Force pilot, then it would have been a qatal ki raat (night of slaughter). Ironically, on March 1, the day Pakistan returned Indian Air Force pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman, the US President, Donald Trump spoke to the global media at Hanoi in Vietnam, where he was present for the US-DPRK summit, that world should expect, shortly, good news regarding India-Pakistan tensions. This was said a few hours before Abhinandan was returned by Pakistan!...more More

Rahul Gandhi to be PM if Congress gets maximum number of seats: Anand Sharma

PANAJI: Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Anand Sharma on Sunday said Rahul Gandhi will be the next prime minister of the country if the Congress gets the highest number of seats in the April-May Lok Sabha polls. Addressing a press conference here, Sharma said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his NDA government will face the same fate as the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government in 2004 when the BJP lost despite a robust ‘India Shining’ campaign....more More


Indian billionaire turns Scotland Yard building into luxury hotel

LONDON: Great Scotland Yard – the iconic building that housed the London Metropolitan Police for over 60 years until 1890 – acquired by Indian billionnaire Yusufalli Kader for 110 million pounds in 2015 is set to open as a luxury hotel later this year. It is one of high-profile acquisitions by Indian investors in London’s property market in recent years. The room tariff for the hotel is reported to push back customers by thousands of pounds, up to 10,000 per night....more More

Ukraine leaps into unknown after comic elected president

KIEV: Ukraine leapt into the unknown Monday after comedian Volodymyr Zelensky was elected president on promises of change but with just a vague blueprint of what he might do as leader. Zelensky, whose previous experience in the world of politics was playing the president on TV, trounced incumbent Petro Poroshenko in a stinging rebuke to the establishment fuelled by anger over war and social injustice....more More

All Mission Shakti debris to decay in 45 days: DRDO chief

NEW DELHI: After concerns over orbital debris in the aftermath of the Mission Shakti anti-satellite (A-SAT) strike, DRDO chief G Satheesh Reddy on Saturday said that all debris should decay within 45 days from the day of the launch. “Mission planning involved extensive simulation to ensure no damage due to debris. The high risk is in the first 10 days, that time frame gets over today. All debris should decay within 45 days from March 27,” said Reddy....more More

Africa’s richest man withdrew $10 million just to look at it

ABIDJAN: Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, known as Africa’s richest man, told a forum in Ivory Coast on Saturday how he once took $10 million in cash out of the bank just to look at it and get it into his head that this was real money, not just figures on paper. “When you’re young your first million is important, but after, the numbers don’t mean much,” Dangote, a manufacturing tycoon with a range of companies spanning cement to flour, told the Mo Ibrahim forum in Abidjan....more More

Congress to fight all 7 seats in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit is the Congress candidate from Nort East Lok Sabha constituency and the former Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken will contest from New Delhi, according to the list of seven candidates announced on Monday. This announcement caps months of speculation over the party’s possible alliance with the Aam Aadmi Party. The two were in talks for weeks but at the last minute the talks failed over AAP’s demand for alliance outside Delhi....more More

Elon Musk loses $1 billion in two minutes as Tesla shares tumble

NEW YORK: Elon Musk saw $1.1 billion wiped from his net worth in the first two minutes of New York trading as Tesla Inc. shares sank as much as 11 percent. The fall cut his net worth to $22.3 billion on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as of 9:32 a.m. The electric-car maker had reported a record decline in deliveries during the first quarter, down to 63,000 vehicles in the three months that ended in March, from 90,966 in the fourth quarter....more More



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A man was asked to paint a boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him. While painting, he noticed that there was a small hole in the hull, and quietly repaired it.When finished painting, he received his money and left.

Study reveals reason behind loss of hearing after exposure to loud sounds

A recent study has discovered the reason behind the hearing loss after we listen to loud noises or sound. The study published in the journal ‘Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences’ explains the science behind our ears feeling numb and losing the sense of hearing temporarily.


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