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India boycotts Pakistan National Day event: India expresses stern objection to an invitation to separatists at Pakistan national day program; External Affairs Ministry boycotts the program.

Government bans Yasin Malik-led Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front: Yasin Malik-led Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front or the JKLF has been banned by the Centre under the anti-terror law.

Congress aide kickstarted Pakistan’s National Day celebrations: PM Modi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has slammed the opposition, especially Sam Pitroda, a close confidante of the Gandhi family for demeaning India’s Forces.

JeM terrorist arrested in Delhi: A Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Sajjad Khan was arrested in Delhi on Friday.

Former cricketer Gautam Gambhir joins BJP: Former Cricketer Gautam Gambhir joins Bharatiya Janata Party in the presence of Union Ministers Arun Jaitley and Ravi Shankar Prasad at BJP Headquarters in Delhi; in a joining statement Gambhir says he is very impressed with the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Andhra Pradesh: Congress announces candidates for 3 LS, 45 Assembly constituencies: The Congress party on Thursday released the list of candidates for three Lok Sabha seats and 45 Assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh.

TRS MP K. Kavitha to seek re-election from Nizamabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi MP K Kavitha, daughter of TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, will seek re-election from the Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency, as the TRS announced the list of 17 candidates for the April 11 Lok Sabha polls on Thursday.

General Election 2019: BJP releases first list of 184 LS candidates: The BJP has released the first list of 184 candidates for Lok Sabha polls on Thursday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi contesting from Varanasi.

UNHRC grants Sri Lanka war crimes probe extension: The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC)has passed by consensus a resolution to grant Sri Lanka another two years to fulfill its promises made in 2015 for post-war transitional justice and accountability.

The death toll from cyclone surpasses 500 in southern Africa: A week after Cyclone Idai lashed southern Africa, flooding still raged Thursday as torrential rains caused a dam to overflow in Zimbabwe, threatening riverside populations.

Around 100 dead in Iraq as ferry sinks on spring holiday trip: Almost 100 people died as a ferry packed with families celebrating Kurdish New Year sank in a swollen river in the former jihadist stronghold of Mosul, in Iraq’s worst accident in years.

May welcomes Brexit delay, says parliament now has a clear choice: Britain could leave the European Union without a Brexit deal on April 12 if lawmakers fail next week to back Prime Minister Theresa May’s agreement with Brussels.

Sensex down 222 points, breaks 8-day winning streak: The Sensex reversed early gains and closed lower on Friday, as investors took to booking profit after gaining for eight straight sessions.

India is one of world’s fastest-growing large economies: IMF: India has been one of the fastest growing large economies in the world, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said, asserting that the country has carried out several key reforms in the last five years.

Venus Williams holds off Jakupovic to advance at Miami Open: Venus Williams displayed the mental strength that has made her a seven-time Grand Slam singles champion on Thursday, holding off a spirited challenge by Slovenian Dalila Jakupovic at the WTA Miami Open.

India clinches SAFF Women’s Championship for the 5th time: India has lifted South Asian Football Federation SAFF Women’s Championship the fifth time in a row. Keeping its winning streak India defeated host Nepal in the final by 3-1 in Biratnagar on Friday evening.

Researchers study how fish adapt to climate change: Scientists have studied how fish adapt to rapid changes in the surrounding freshwater environment to understand how marine life may respond to climate change.

Meditation in school boosts social-emotional learning: Practising meditation as part of a school curriculum can improve the students’ social-emotional competency and reduce psychological distress, a study has found.

World Water Day: Ladakh creates awareness on water conservation through Ice Stupas: The world observed Water Day on Friday; On the occasion, best Ice Stupas built in more than a dozen villages in Ladakh region awarded in Leh district; Ladakh is creating awareness on water conservation through Ice Stupas.

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