Bengaluru, April 30: Auto and taxi unions go on strike protesting against the new Road Safety & Transport Bill. Meanwhile, Kathmandu witnesses heavy rainfall since Wednesday night.
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1.10 am: A preliminary probe has found no evidence that 25-year-old Freddie Gray was fatally injured during his videotaped arrest in Baltimore
12.50 am: India to launch 6 more satellites by next year end
12.30 am: Benjamin Netanyahu calls PM Narendra Modi, appreciates earthquake rescue efforts
11.45 pm: More women and children freed in Nigeria from extremists
11.10 pm: Delhi Anti-corruption Bureau sends notice to Reliance and NIKO to join probe in Krishna-Godavari Basin case
11.00 pm: India rejects Pak stand on townships for Kashmiri Pandits
10.10 pm: Heavy rain hampers rescue operations in Nepal
9.50 pm: India rejects US government report on religious freedom
9.20 pm: Petrol price hiked by Rs 3.96 a litre and diesel by Rs 2.37 a litre, effective from midnight tonight.
8.50 pm: Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims and Sikhs are all an integral part of Jammu and Kashmir's demography: Arun Jaitley
8.20 pm: Netanyahu calls Modi, appreciates quake relief
8.00 pm: Digvijay wants Rahul to be active on social media
7.25 pm: KKR to play CSK in an IPL match today at the Eden Gardens.
6.50 pm: Nepal death toll touches 5,500
5.52 pm: Row over yoga guru Ramdev's ayurveda medicine which promises a male child; Health minister assures action, says will take action if needed
4.25 pm: The 1st Additional Magistrate court in Hubbali has acquitted 8 suspected SIMI activitsts in connection with various cases of terror. The police had arrested Safdhar Hussain Nagori, several others in connection with terrorist activities in Hubli in the year 2008.
4.02 pm: Government for capitalists' not farmers. Congress will fight for farmers: Rahul Gandhi in Amravati
3.55 pm: My interaction with the farmers was very disturbing: Rahul Gandhi in Amravati
3.45 pm: BJP chief Amit Shah disapproves of a Haryana minister's remark that farmers committing suicide are cowards.
2.45 pm: Moga (Punjab): Family members of Moga bus incident victims protest against Punjab state government
2.28 pm: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai's attackers sentenced to life in prison
2.15 pm: What nonsense is this? A rape is a rape: Subramanian Swamy (BJP) on marital rape issue
1.58 pm: Govt will delete the provisions of Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) from the Finance Bill 2015: Arun Jaitley- PTI
1.45 pm: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar to visit Nepal.
1.10 pm: I hold all the people in the bus responsible: Uma Bharti on Moga molestation incident.
12.40 pm: 14 found guilty, 17 acquitted in 2010 Kerala attack on Prof. TJ Joseph. Main accused still absconding.
12.30 pm: Moga molestation and murder case: Punjab CM Prakash Singh Badal admits bus belonged to his company
12.23 pm: Congress workers are protesting against Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar over the 'fake' law degree
11.32 am: Clash breaks out between BJP & TMC workers in Asansol (WB)
11.07 am: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif calls up Prime Minister Narendra Modi, condoles the loss of lives in earthquake.
10.55 am: Special court pulls up CBI for not seizing passport of industrialist Naveen Jindal, charge sheeted in a coal block allocation scam case.
10.45 am: 2 arrested after Punjab teen dies after jumping off bus to avoid molestation: TV reports
10.30 am: Rahul Gandhi meets family members of the farmer who committed suicide in Gunji Village.
9.53 am: CPI-M calls for a ‘bandh' in Bengal. Police baton charge on protesters in Asanol, WB.
9.03 am: Kathmandu witnesses continuous rain since late last night
9.00 am: Union minister says concept of marital rape cannot be applied in India
8.50 am: Congress Vice- President Rahul Gandhi reaches Gunji village in Amravati district of Maharashtra, to interact with farmers.
8.30 am: Nationwide strike by trade union in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
8.15 am: In Kolkata, opposition parties shore-up the bandh called by trade union; add issue of ‘violation during MC polls'.
8.05 am: Rape is a form of violence. When done by someone known or unknown, its a crime, says Jagmati Sangwan, Women Rights Activist)on marital rape issue.
8.00 am: Auto & taxi unions go on strike protesting against the new Road Safety & Transport Bill.
7.55 am: More than 1000 people have reached and 600 are coming by bus. Our medical teams are already working in Nepal, says Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis.
7.50 am: Kathmandu witnesses incessant rain since late last night.
7.45 am: Home Minister Rajnath Singh to inaugurate the BSF Golden jubilee seminar on 'Border Management in India-Challenges & options' in Delhi today.
7.30 am: Indian Americans from across the country are mobilising support for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
7.15 am: In Nagpur, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi leaves for Amravati, will undertake the ‘kisan padyatra' today.