News Flash (April 25): 44 killed, 237 injured in quake in India

Jaipur, April 25: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to address the valedictory session of global exhibition on service in Delhi, today. Interestingly, Salman Khurshid does a bollywood flick with Kal Ho na Ho song.

From Rahul's Kedarnath trip to Amit Shah's Jaipur rally, get all the top national and international updates here. 

Also read: Live updates: Nepal Earthquake's intensity revised up from 7.5 to 7.9

7.4 earthquake jolts North India

11.00 pm: Two Indians among those killed in earthquake in Nepal

10.45 pm: IAF plane brings back 55 stranded Indians

10.00 pm: 44 killed, 237 injured in quake in India

9.30 pm: Jung, Kejriwal examine Delhi's preparedness post-quake

9.00 pm: Around 150 tonnes of equipment to be flown to Kathmandu by tonight

8. 50 pm: Earthquake kills 12 dead in UP, CM announces relief

8.45 pm: India deserves a seat in UN Security Council: Ram Madhav

8.15 pm: I thank god that my program ended just a minute before the earthquake struck: Baba Ramdev

7.50 pm: Heartfelt condolences to families of deceased; prayers for speedy recovery of injured on account of earthquake: President Pranab Mukherjee

7.30 pm: Some 133 people have been injured so far, as per our info: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar

7.00 pm: 40 children injured in West Bengal school after earthquake

6.30 pm: NDRF teams mobilized, GoI is monitoring. Want to minimize loss of property & life: Kiren Rijiju

6.00 pm: Death toll until now is 3 in West Bengal, 8 in UP and 25 in Bihar: Union Home Secretary LC Goyal

5.44 pm:

5.34 pm: The Bihar Government has announced a compensation of Rs 4 lakh to the families of the deceased in the earthquake.

5.32 pm: Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung calls meeting of disaster management agency; Delhi unscathed in quake

5.27 pm: We have already started our rescue and relief efforts: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar.

5.22 pm: State of emergency declared in Nepal in the wake of an earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale

5.00 pm: Number of people killed by earthquake in Bihar rises to 17

4.34 pm: 8 people killed in Everest Base Camp due to Nepal earthquake.

4.25 pm: First relief plane leaves for Kathmandu from Delhi with 40 National Disaster Response Force personnel and 4 tonnes of medical relief

3.52 pm: Indonesia issues execution orders for Australians, Filipino: media, lawyer

3.25 pm: Monitoring the situation very closely: Communications & IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

2.44 pm: Indian Army Everest expedition team along with Sherpas are safe.

2.30 pm: Civic polls interrupted due to the earthquake, in Murshidabad (WB). Voters evacuate poll booth

2.05 pm: PM Narendra Modi calls meeting after earthquake hits

1.10 pm: PM Modi speaks to CMs of Bihar, Sikkim, assures all help in earthquake relief

12.42 pm: Delhi: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar talks to administration after tremors felt in North Delhi

12.11 pm: Major devastation has been reported in Kathmandu valley.

11.48 am: Tremors felt in Delhi and nearby areas

11.33 am: WB Municipal Corporation elections; AIFB and BJP workers protest against TMC.

10.35 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi travels by Delhi Metro from Dhaula Kuan to Dwarka.

10.05 am: West Bengal civic polls: TMC worker shot dead

10:01 am: West Bengal civic polls: Police recover bombs in Bankura. Voters protest alleged rigging

9.45 am: CM Arvind Kejriwal arrives at hospital to visit RTI activist allegedly shot by unidentified person last night

9.20 am: Mountaineer Mastan Babu to be cremated in Andhra Pradesh today

9:00 am: There has been the violation of Indian laws, only enforcing the guidelines of FCRA act: GVLN Rao on Ford Foundation

8:45 am: Siliguri (WB): Municipal Corporation elections; polling underway.

8:30 am: Wreath Laying ceremony for the World War soldiers underway in New Delhi

8:15 am: BJP chief Amit Shah to address BJP workers' meet in Jaipur

7:45 am: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to address the valedictory session of global exhibition on service in Delhi, today

7:30 am: Salman Khurshid's Bollywood flick

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