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President confers Bharat Ratna on Atal Bihari Vajpayee   |   President confers Bharat Ratna on Atal Bihari Vajpayee   |   Unseasonal rains damage 106.73 lakh hectares of rabi crops: Govt   |   France Plane crash: Search and recovery operation to resume today   |   Govt to repromulgate Land Ordinance; RS to be prorogued   |   AAP reconciliation talks fail; Fate of Yadav, Bhushan to be decided on Saturday   |   ADB projects India's growth rate to 7.8% in 2015-16   |    Co-pilot deliberately crashed German aircraft: French officials   |   US to keep nearly 10,000 troops in Afghanistan through 2015    |   
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    Australia win Cricket World Cup for 5th time

    Australia today lifted the Cricket World Cup for the fifth time. In the final played at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, retiring captain Michael Clarke and his Men defeated neighbors and co-hosts of the tournament, New Zealand by 7 wickets to dash their hopes of a maiden World title.

    AAP to take action against all dissidents

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    Soon after the removal of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from its National Executive, the Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday sent out a warning to its other dissidents when its National Council gave full powers to the Political Affairs Committee to take disciplinary action against any member who issues statements to the media to tarnish the party's image.

    Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan expelled from AAP National Executive

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    Aam Aadmi Party AAP founder members Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan have been removed from the party's National Executive. Yadav's supporters Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha have also been removed from NE. Resolution against the four AAP leaders was passed with thumping majority at the AAP National Executive meet in New Delhi today. 247 members voted in favour of the motion, 8 against and 44 abstained from voting.

    India puts 4th Navigation Satellite into orbit
    PM Modi to visit France, Germany, Canada from April 9
    ECONOMY / BUSINESS
    RBI revises regulations for non-banking finance lenders

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has revised regulations for non-banking finance lenders by directing them to get themselves rated by March 2016. In the revised regulatory framework on NBFCs notified late last evening, RBI further said, those asset finance companies (AFCs) failing to achieve investment grade ratings by the end of March 2016, should not accept fresh public deposits and renewing existing ones.

    Forex Reserves at all-time high of USD 339.99 bn
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    President confers Bharat Ratna on Atal Bihari Vajpayee
    EXCLUSIVE AWAAZ
    SECULARISM A MODALITY, NOT A DOGMA

    *By M. Hamid Ansari

    We know that each age and most societies developed and practiced their world view as part of the apparatus of governance and the achievement of the objectives of their national interest. In pursuit of this, legitimacy and empowerment was often sought from ideals considered fundamental by the society concerned. Some of these were premised on philosophical ideals, others implicitly or expressly on religious ones. Each, as Edward Gibbon put it in relation to ancient Rome, was ‘useful’ to the ruling establishment.

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  • QAUMI AWAAZ
    Attacks on Churches sullying India image internationally: NHRC chief

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    National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairperson Justice K G Balakrishnan has said that attacks on minority religious places sullying India image internationally.

    Court acquits Ex-SIMI chief Shahid Badar

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    A Delhi court  today acquitted former Student Islamic Movement of India SIMI chief Dr Shahid Badar Falahi in a 14-year-old case of allegedly promoting enmity between different groups and publishing ‘objectionable’ materials. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Khanagwal said prosecution has failed to prove its case and there was lack of evidence against former chief of banned SIMI.

    Fanatics have been let loose since Modi govt assumed power: E T Mohammed Basheer

    Interview with Muslim League leader

    Senior IUML leader and former Kerala Education Minister E T Mohammed Basheer, who is now a Lok Sabha MP from the Ponnani in Kerala is known for his frankness and sincerity. Currently he is a member of the parliamentary standing committee on social justice and empowerment and the parliamentary consultative committee. As Education Minister in Kerala between 1991 and 1996, he was instrumental in promoting the concept of self-financing colleges in the southern state.

    SECULARISM IS A MODALITY, NOT A DOGMA : VP
    Govt to go to any extent to protect minorities: HM
    NRI AWAAZ
    80 Indians leaving strife-torn Yemen

    As many as 80 Indians are leaving conflict-hit Sanaa in Yemen for Djibouti where Indian Mission will assist them in returning home. In a statement, the External Affairs Ministry said that the Indians are leaving by Yemenia Airways' first flight from Sanaa.

    US Police Officer Indicted for attack on Indian
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NARENDRA MODI  

A new political history was scripted on May 26th 2014 when BJP leader Narendra Damodar Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India at the precinct of magnificient Rashtrapati Bhavan. In Narendra Modi, the people of India see a decisive and development-oriented leader who has emerged as a ray of hope for the dreams and aspirations of crores of Indians.

 
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NEWS SCAN- MARCH 29  

The expulsion of Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan and two others from the National Executive of the Aam Aadmi Party dominates the front pages of all the papers today. "Yadav & Bhushan thrown out of AAP panel after Kejri says its them or me" reports the Times of India. Highlighting the impact of this move, the Indian Express writes " Medha Patkar resigns in protest, divide in Punjab unit as MP says 'unconstitutional' ".

 
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Amitav Ghosh among 10 finalists for International Booker prize  

Indian author Amitav Ghosh is among the 10 finalists for this year's Man Booker International Prize. The finalists were announced at the University of Cape Town in South Africa by writer and academic Professor Marina Warner, chair of the five-person judging panel.

 
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  MERA SAR HAAZIR HAI LEKIN MERA MUNSIF DEKH LE KAR RAHAA HAI MERE FARD-E-JURM KI TAHRIR KAUN آگ کا کیا ہے پل دو پل میں لگتی ہے بجھتے بجھتے ایک زمانہ لگتا ہے  
 
? President Pranab Mukherjee, meeting with the delegation of leaders of various political parties at Rashtrapati Bhavan
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The designers of Tricolour

India is getting ready to celebrate Independence Day.Elaborate arrangements are being made for the Prime Minister to hoist the National Flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort in Delhi.The tricolour which reflects the sovereignty of the country and keeps crores of its people together had not been unveiled overnight. Very few people of the present generation know that there were several unsung heroes behind the national flag besides Pingali Venkaiah, a freedom fighter who designed the national flag. ..

 
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