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Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, May 01, 2018
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Stop clogging courts with frivolous cases, SC tells government
The couldn’t-care-less and insouciant attitude of the Union government with regard to litigation has gone a little too far, the Supreme Court has said. The apex court also told the Centre that it should not “unnecessarily burden the justice delivery system” and must shape up its litigation policy.
India, Pakistan revive Track II diplomacy
The original Track II initiative, Neemrana Dialogue, received a fresh start with a high-powered delegation of former Indian diplomats, military veterans and academics travelling to Pakistan to discuss ways to improve India-Pak relationship.
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J&K deputy CM calls Kathua rape ‘small incident’
Gupta’s comments on the Kathua case came even as the induction of another BJP MLA, Rajiv Jasrotia, in the cabinet received widespread criticism because of his participation in a Hindu Ekta Manch rally in support of the Kathua case accused.


Haryana: 3 students among 5 killed as truck hits school bus in Charkhi Dadri
At least five people, including three schoolchldren, were killed when a speeding truck collided with a school bus on the Delhi-Charkhi Dadri highway in Haryana on Monday.
Explain Jinnah’s picture in AMU: BJP MP to VC
BJP MP from Aligarh, Satish Gautam, has written a letter to Vice Chancellor of AMU, Tariq Mansoor, asking for an explanation for displaying the photo of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in the institution.
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Contrary to govt’s claims, large number of MP villages yet to be electrified
Amid government claims of rural electrification, people in large number of villages in the backward region of Bundelkhand continue to languish in darkness as there is no electricity supply. There are dozens of such villages in Chhatarpur alone.


Bitcoin frenzy settles down as big players muscle into market
After bouncing up, falling down and keeping investors on the edges of their seats, bitcoin may be maturing into a period of relatively boring stability, experts say.
Xiaomi fans in India, here’s ‘bad news’ for you
The Chinese consumer electronics maker has increased the prices of its two popular products — Redmi Note 5 Pro and Mi LED TV 4 55 — that were launched in February 2018.
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Sprint and T-Mobile to merge in $26.5 billion deal
T-Mobile and Sprint reached a $26.5 billion agreement Sunday to combine in a deal that would reshape the U.S.wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers.


IPL: Super Kings beat Daredevils by 13 runs to go top
Chasing 212, DD’s Rishabh Pant and Vijay Shankar struck quickfire half-centuries to give CSK a late scare but in the end, the visitors managed 198/5 in 20 overs, slumping to their sixth defeat of the ongoing season to continue to languish at the bottom of the points table.
If athletes face issues in receiving funds, heads will roll: Rathore
Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Monday said he will not hesitate to sack his officials if they delay sanction of incentives for athletes but also warned against false accusations.
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India favourites for 2019 ICC World Cup: Ganguly
Former skipper Sourav Ganguly believes India will go to any World Cup as favourites, whether they win or not, thanks to their consistency and quality.


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