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News in brief: March 24


Bangalore, March 24: Here are the top news for Monday, March 24:

9.30 pm: Aam Aadmi Party condemned fake nomination in the Lok Sabha elections from Bangalore south seat.

9.00 pm: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announces that MH 370 has crashed into the southern Indian Ocean. The conclusion was made on the basis of observation of satellite experts. All passengers on board are feared dead.

6.00 pm: Supreme Court to hear IPL case on Tuesday.

5.20 pm: Eight persons confirmed dead in Washington landslide.

5.10 pm: Telugu filmstar Nagarjuna meets Narendra Modi.

4.30 pm: If LK Advani wants Narendra Modi to listen to him, then he should drop the 'V' from his name, tweeted Arvind Kejriwal.

4.05 pm: JD(U) leader Sabir Ali expelled from the party for praising Narendra Modi.

3.55 pm: Pramod Muthalik asks BJP leaders to reconsider the decision to sack him. He said the beating up of the women was not right but it was done to bring them on the right track.

3.40 pm: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray firm on contesting the Lok Sabha election from UP. He said it won't affect the NDA's chances.

3:29 pm: Register defence personnel as voters at their posting place: SC to EC

3.19 pm: Malaysian officials update on the probe status on missing MH370.

3.15 pm: Rajnath Singh and Vasundhara Raje betrayed me, said Jaswant Singh.

3:00 pm: BJP denies ticket to former Law Minister Raghunath Mohanty who is facing dowry charges.

2.30 pm: Jaswant Singh addresses a rally in Barmer.

1.55 pm: Two youths, detained by the Delhi Police from Jamia Nagar on charges of plotting a terror attack on Narendra Modi, were released on Monday.

1.50 pm: Court accepts prosecution application to frame charges Court accepts prosecution application to frame charges for repeated offence against common accused in Mumbai photojournalist gangrape case: PTI

12.55 pm: Jaswant Singh files nomination from Barmer as an Indepedent.

12:43 pm: Close to 50 AAP members quit AAP and join BJP in Trivandrum

12: 41 pm: SC directs Government of India to withdraw order making Aadhaar card mandatory for availing any service

12.41 pm: BJP questions UPA's policy on terrorism. It said India is the only country which has weak laws on terror.

12.40 pm: Sunanda Pushkar death: Viscera report rules out poisoning.

12:00 pm: AAP workers protest against the party in Patna

11:14 am: Jaswant Singh to file nomination from Barmer in Rajasthan today

11:00 am: Russian troops seize Ukraine marine base in Crimea

10:45 am: Goa MLA Mickky to avoid election fray, supports BJP

10:00 am: Modi to address rallies in Sasaram and Gaya in Bihar on Thursday.

9:30 am: BJP's controversy spree escalates as another minister, Subash Maharia threatens to quit after being denied ticket from Sikar LS constituency

8.25 am: "Vote twice" comment was made in a lighter vein, says NCP chief Sharad Pawar.

8.20 am: Ex-Spanish PM Adolfo Suarez died on Sunday. He was 81.

8.15 am: AAP suffers a big blow in Gurgaon where 250 of its workers quit the party along with Ramesh Yadav.

7.42 am: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan justifies the call on banning Twitter. He said it is necessary for his country's security.

7.40 am: Australia widens its search for the missing MH 370.

7.21 am: India thrash West Indies by 7 wickets to win their second consecutive match in World T20 in Bangladesh.

7.20 am: Congress likely to announce its candidate against Narendra Modi from Varanasi today.

7.17 am: Quantum of punishment for the convicts in photojournalist gangape case in Mumbai to be announced today.

7.15 am: Miffed BJP leader Jaswant Singh to hold rally in Barmer at 11 am. He is likely to file nomination as an Independent candidate for the Lok Sabha election.

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