News in brief: April 19

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Bangalore, April 19: Here are the top news in brief for the day:

9:20 pm: Advani, Gadkari to campaign in TN

8:55 pm: Magnitude 7.5 quake strikes off Papua New Guinea

8:35 pm: ISI behind attack on Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, alleges his brother

8:30 pm: 'No requirement' for Priyanka to take up bigger role in Congress: Shashi Tharoor

8:25  pm: Rahul Gandhi to address rally in Rajasthan tomorrow

7:30 pm: LK Advani wants voters who did not cast their vote last election, to be debarred

7:20 pm: Those opposing Narendra Modi will have to go to Pakistan: BJP leader

6:34 pm: Senior Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir shot in Karachi, shifted to hospital for treatmen

6:00 pm: Mamata Banerjee govt saving those involved in Saradha scam: Rahul Gandhi

5:40 pm: Don't impose Gujarat development model in rest of India: Shashi Tharoor

5:12 pm: Sunken Korea ferry relatives give DNA swabs to help identify dead

4:50 pm: Bombs kill four in shopping street of Iraqi capital

4:20 pm: Pune police says their enquiry reveals that Ajit Pawar did not threaten any voters.

4:14 pm: "I have no hesitation in calling him a murderer. Kashmir have no expectations from him", says Geelani on Modi

3.45 pm: BJP to cpuomplain to Election Commission about Pankaj Pachauri's press conference.

3.40 pm: Fans began picking up World Cup tickets when FIFA's venue ticketing centres opened in 10 host cities: IANS

3.05 pm: Congress president Sonia Gandhi addresses a rally in Amethi. Rahul Gandhi addresses rally in Malda district in West Bengal.

3.00 pm: Minor fire at Delhi Metro station.

2.48 pm: FIR lodged against Kumar Vishwas for staging a dharna inside a police station in Amethi.

2.50 pm: Jammu and Kashmir Police target stringer of English news channel Times Now who covered the rally of Farooq Abdullah on April 17.

2.20 pm: Amit Shah accuses Varanasi Congress candidate Ajay Rai of buying AK-47.

1.38 pm: AAP candidate registers complaint against Ajit Pawar.

12.46 pm: Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley targets Robert Vadra in his blog, says Vadra building empire using political equity.

12.20 pm: Amit Shah addresses media, says he has replied to the EC over his revenge comment.

12.10 pm: Narendra Modi may file nomination from Varanasi on April 24.

11.55 am: Rahul Gandhi hits out at Narendra Modi, says Modi is dividing the country like the British did.

11.31 am: Rahul Gandhi to address three public meetings in Assam and West Bengal today.

11.30 am: Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Barpeta in Assam.

10.09 am: Sonia Gandhi to campaign for Rahul in Amethi today.

9.59 am: EC to  look into Trinamool complaint about Mamata's hotel room fire.

9.44 am: BJP launches twin attack says Congress hand in glove with SP. 

9.34 am: EC issues notice to Mulayam Singh Yadav for threatening teachers. 

9.21 am: Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Geelani claims BJP sent 'emissaries' to him for solution on Kashmir.

8.51 am: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray accuses Union Agriculture Minister of snatching away farmers' lands.

8.38 am: PDP attacks the National Conference for the death of its sarpanch. She said her party's sarpanch was killed after an inflammatory remark was made by NC chief Farroq Abdullah in which he said only the PDP should be attacked.

7.57 am: BJP behind attacks on me: Arvind Kejriwal: PTI

7.56 am: Russia favours closer economic ties with China: IANS

7.55 am: First bodies found within cabins of South Korean sunken ferry: IANS

7.52 am: Earthquake of 7.5 magnitude hits Mexico City. [Read more...]

7.51 am: 13 Nepalese Sherpa guides killed in avalanche strike in Mount Everest. [Read more...]

7.50 am: Police file FIR against AAP candidate Kumar Vishwas for violating Article 144.

7.49 am:
Election Commission asks SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav to explain his remarks threatening teachers' jobs for votes.

7.47 am:
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to visit West Bengal and Assam.

7.45 am:
BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to address rally in Nagaon in Assam.

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