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News of the Week – 19 Feb 2018

1. Plane crashes in Iran mountains All 66 people on board an Iranian passenger plane were feared dead on Sunday after it crashed into the country’s Zagros mountains, with emergency services struggling to locate the wreckage in blizzard conditions. Aseman Airlines flight EP3704 left Tehran around 0800 (0430 GMT) for the city of Yasuj, some 500 kilometres to the south, the airline’s public relations chief Mohammad Tabatabai told state broadcaster IRIB. 2. Mother, infant murdered in Nagpur The bodies of the mother and the infant daughter of a journalist were found on the outskirts of Nagpur city on Sunday, with the police suspecting murder. Ravikant Kamble, a journalist working for a web portal in Nagpur, had informed the Nagpur police

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News of the Week – 11 Feb 2018

1. Pakistan’s iron lady Asma Jehangir passes away Pakistan’s top lawyer and human rights activist Asma Jehangir passed away on Sunday due to a cardiac arrest in Lahore, her family said in a statement. She was 66. Known for her bold stance, Asma was the country’s symbol of resistance and a human rights activist who spoke against military dictators and abusers of law for the past five decades.   2. PM Modi launches project for first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday officially launched a project for the construction of the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi, describing the holy place as a “catalytic agent” of humanity and harmony that will become a medium of

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News of the Week – 4 Feb 2018

1. Russian warplane shot down over Syria The Russian pilot, who ejected from the plane and parachuted on the ground was captured and killed as well. SU-25 warplane came down in Idlib province which has seen heavy air strikes. The fight on the ground continues as Syrian government forces battle the rebels. 2. Delhi Police nabs minor over murder of Class 9 student Tusshar (16) was found unconscious by some students in his school bathroom and was taken to a hospital on February 1. He was later referred to the GTB Hospital where he was declared brought dead. Three students were apprehended in the case yesterday, while one juvenile was on the run. The fourth juvenile was apprehended this evening

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News of the Week – 21 Jan 2018

1. Om Prakash Rawat appointed new CEC Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat has been appointed as the new Chief Election Commissioner effective from January 23. He will replace Achal Kumar Joti, who will retire.  2.’Hindi Medium’named Best Film at Filmfare Awards ‘Hindi Medium’ was named the Best Film at the 63rd Filmfare Awards. Irrfan Khan was awarded Best Actor while Vidya Balan won Best Actress for ‘Tumhari Sullu’. Meanwhile, the Rajkumar Rao starrer ‘Newton’ won the Best Film9Critics0 Filmfare Award.   3. Facebook launches ‘Marketplace’ to buy/sell goods Facebook has launched its Marketplace in India to buy and sell goods such as electronics, entertainment, and housing. For used goods, it allows sellers to register by including the details of the product

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News Of The Week – 15 Jan 2018

1. 19-year-old dies during Jallikattu in TN A 19-year-old youth was killed during Jallikattu event in Madurai. He was hit by the bull while playing with it outside the arena, in the first round of the game. This sport, played while celebrating Pongal was banned by the Supreme Court in 2017.    2. Teachers shaved their heads in protest While demanding regularisation of their services, the teachers of Bhopal, Gwalior and Sagar shaved their heads. Teachers had assembled at BHEL Jamboorie ground in Bhopal and many of them included females too. Manoj Nema, one of the teachers said that they were appointed since 1995 but they have not been taken into the education department till now.   3. YouTube to

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News of The Week – 7 Jan 2018

1. Astronaut John Young, dies at 87 Young was the only spaceman to span NASA’s Gemini, Apollo and shuttle programs, and became the first person to rocket away from Earth six times. The space agency said Young died Friday night at home in Houston following complications from pneumonia. 2. Ban of unauthorized loudspeakers at religious places After an order from the Allahabad High Court, the UP government has directed district administrations and the state police to remove unauthorized speakers from religious places. This is to ensure that the sound does not go beyond the periphery of the public or private places. 3. Up to 250 Google’s bicycles lost every week Google is losing around 250 bicycles called GBikes every week.

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News of the Week

1. Odisha woman delivers near drain The woman was visiting her ill spouse in the hospital when she went into labour. The doctors allegedly refused to check on her due to lack of documents. 2. Rahul Gandhi serves as Congress President   Those wishing him good luck included his mother Sonia Gandhi, who said that a new era has begun in the Congress with the election of Rahul Gandhi as the party president. 3. Nirbahaya rape case anniversary   On December 16, 2012 a 23-year-old girl was gang-raped and tortured by six men. This enraged the entire nation and provoked many protests. After all of that, there is no striking decline in the number of rapes in the country. 4.

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News of the Week

1. Chabahar Port built Iranian President Hassan Rouhani today inaugurated the newly built extension of Chabahar Port located on the Gulf of Oman. Iranian state TV said the inauguration was attended by dignitaries from India, Qatar, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries.     2. Post GST budget likely to be presented in Feb’18 New Delhi:  Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley addressing media after the 22nd meeting of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council, in New Delhi on Friday. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will most likely be presenting India’s first post-GST budget on February 1, 2018. The budget will also be the last full budget of the ruling government before elections. The Parliament budget session is slated to begin January

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Top 7 Latest News Headlines

1. 26/11 Mumbai Attacks: Long Wait For Justice As Pakistan Trial Drags On Saeed was released on Thursday, days before the ninth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks. The lawyer said that if Pakistan was serious about pursuing this case, it would have been decided years ago. Pakistan has cited equality of the law for everyone as the basis for releasing the Hafiz Saeed. Supreme Court Advocate Mobeen Ahmad Qazi said that since this case was being tried in the ATC it should have been decided much earlier. “For that long (eight years) evidence is destroyed in such cases. I wonder why Pakistan is taking too long to decide this criminal case,” Mr Qazi said. 2. Indonesia Raises Bali Volcano

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8 News of the week

Chennai drenched in rain again Showers resumed in parts of Chennai like Kodambakkam, Perambur, Guindy, Ennore and T Nagar, besides nearby areas such as Avadi and Tambaram. Vaitheeswarankoil and Sirkazhi in the district have also been drowned in heavy rains.   ⦁ Highest Motorable Road in Ladakh In a major feat, the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has constructed the world’s highest motorable road in Ladakh, passing through Umlingla Top at a height of over 19,300 feet. This was done under ‘Project Himank’. Managing the logistics was a major challenge at such a height.   ⦁ Pollution reduces in Delhi slightly In Delhi, the major pollutant PM2.5, or particles with diameter less than 2.5mm, also saw a slight drop. In Faridabad,

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Top 7 News of The Week

Hey, you lazy lad, no need to turn tens of Newspaper pages when you can get the trending news here itself. Enjoy the ride! 1. Grandmother smuggles drugs to jailed grandson. Grandma goals? Am I right? 64-year-old Carolyn Lou Gay of West Virginia was arrested on Wednesday post delivering drugs to her grandson in jail. She was always accused of 15 other charges. 2. Sikh student benched for wearing turbans. In the US state of Pennsylvania was allegedly removed from a high school-level soccer game by a referee for wearing a turban. The turban was said to be an “illegal equipment”. 3. Playboy Magazine founder Hugh Hefner dies at 91 He was a guardian angel to men all across the world. Carrying

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