PM pushes for streamlining quake relief, rescue efforts

Bengaluru, April 27: The death toll from Saturday's earthquake in Nepal on Monday rose to 3,723, with the worst-hit Kathmandu Valley alone accounting for 1,202 fatalities. [Nepal Earthquake: Day 3 updates]

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Nepal quake death toll rises to 2789

12.20 am: Loretta Lynch sworn-in as US Attorney-General

12.15 am: Indian Army dispatches 5,000 blankets and 500 tents by road to Nepal

12.00 am: PM pushes for streamlining quake relief, rescue efforts

11.30 pm: Pakistani nationals, arrested from a boat near Porbandar, sent to police custody till May 5

11.00 pm: US to send $10 million in aid to help victims, says John Kerry

10.30 pm: Mechanical engineer, wife arrested for kidnapping 21-year-old in Mumbai

10.15 pm: Quake relief: BJP hails govt initiatives in India, Nepal

10.00 pm: We want to take the internet to whole country: BJP

9.50 pm: India to ply more buses to evacuate its nationals

9.30 pm: Kolkata, Kanpur, Allahabad among top Ganga polluters

9.10 pm: India steps up relief work in Nepal. Land routes operational as airport gets congested

8. 50 pm: 108 people from Bengal still missing in Nepal: Mamata

8.45 pm: Buddhist monks observe candle light vigil for Nepal earthquake victims

8.30 pm: Army steps up relief work, clears road to Kathmandu

8.20 pm: Baloch nationalist leader Talal Akbar Bugti passes away

8.15 pm: India-Spain discuss co-operation in railways, smart cities, renewable energy 

8.00 pm: José García-Margallo y Marfil (Min of Foreign & Cooperation of Kingdom of Spain) meets EAM Sushma Swaraj.

7.30 pm: Delhi: José García-Margallo y Marfil (Min of Foreign & Cooperation of Kingdom of Spain) meets Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

7.15 pm:

7.00 pm: Congress President Sonia Gandhi writes to Nepal PM Koirala, expresses grief over devastation caused by Nepal Earthquake.

6.30 pm: 130 people have been brought back. We hope to bring back a total of 1600 Indians, says S Jaishankar Nepal on Earthquake.

6.00 pm: Tremors reported from various parts of West Bengal and Bihar.

5.45 pm: Team of health experts from AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital being sent to Nepal to assess situation arising due to mortality.

5.15 pm: Delhi court dismisses bail plea of journalist Shantanu Saikia, arrested in the Petroleum Ministry documents leak case.

4.55 pm: Nepal earthquake: SpiceJet cuts fare, to operate 2 more flights to Kathmandu

4.40 pm: Two Indian Army Aviation ALH helicopters have moved to Pokhara to aid in rescue and relief operations in Nepal: Defence Ministry

4.05 pm: Asian Development Bank (ADB) fast-tracks over 200 million dollar as emergency aid to Nepal

3.40 pm: Housing for all by 2022 a great challenge: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu

3.15 pm: 25-year-old Telugu actor K Vijay dies in Nepal earthquake

2.45 pm: IAF's C-17 carrying relief material to quake-hit Nepal returns to Palam due to congestion at Kathmandu airport

2.15 pm: We are making arrangements to evacuate Indian nationals from Nepal through Air routes as well as the land route: HM in Parliament

1.45 pm: Youth Congress protest against land acquisition ordinance at Jantar Mantar in Delhi.

1.20 pm: 4 NDRF teams have been sent to Bihar and 1 NDRF team operation in UP: HM Rajnath Singh in Lok Sabha

12.50 pm: Supreme Court refuses CBI probe into red sandalwood smugglers killing

12.30 pm: If we want to thank anyone, it should be 125 Cr people of India who made Nepal's pain their own and extended all help: PM Narendra Modi

12.20 pm: Jammu & Kashmir: One dead during the Territorial Army Recruitment rally in Doda.

12.00 pm: Chief Justice of India (CJI) HL Dattu refuses to participate in meeting to select two eminent persons as members of NJAC

11.45 pm: The land acquisition ordinance is going to benefit rural people, says Union minister Venkaiah Naidu

11.25 pm: Prime Minister has also spoken to all CM's and whatever help is required for the affected in India, is too being taken care of: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on earthquake

11.10 am: The Supreme Court has allowed the Karnataka High Court to deliver the verdict on the J Jayalalithaa appeal in the disproportionate assets case.

11.00 am: Aftershocks are on, but their intensity and magnitude are diminishing : LS Rathore (DG, IMD) on Nepal quake

10.55 am: Tamil Nadu government has no authority to appoint Special Public Prosecutor: Supreme Court on Jayalaithaa DA case

10.35 am: Any Investigative agency's responsibility is huge, its discretion is also very large: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

10.20 am: Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley delivers the 16th D.P. Kohli Memorial Lecture on 'Economic Challenges'

10.15 am: Tollywood actress Neetu Agarwal arrested by Andhra Pradesh police for alleged links with red sanders smuggler.

9.48 am: Maharajganj (UP): UP Govt sends trucks carrying relief material for the affected in Nepal earthquake

9.24 am: Another farmer allegedly commits suicide in Rajasthan. This is the ninth suicide reported in the state since last week

8.49 am: Police resorts to baton charge during Territorial Army recruitment rally in Jammu (J&K)

8.18 am: J&K NCC girls battalion & students of Government girls school participate in 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'

8.00 am: Death toll in Nepal earthquake rises to 2,789, as rescuers struggle to reach outlying areas.

7.55 am: Chinese Government Medical Team arrives in quake-hit Nepal for humanitarian mission.

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