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Brad Hodge apologises to Virat Kohli ove Brad Hodge apologises to Virat Kohli over shoulder injury jibe 31-Mar-2017
Transgender Vietnamese turn to black mar In Vietnam, thousands of transgender people face serious health risks by taking black market hormones. But a proposed new law, which would allow people to legally change their gender, has raised hopes that safer access to treatment could soon be on the horizon. 31-Mar-2017
South Korea's Park arrested after marath South Korea's impeached president Park Geun-hye is arrested after eight hours of testimony. A Seoul judge approved her arrest on the basis she might destroy evidence. Ryan Brooks reports 31-Mar-2017
2 killed as elephants go on rampage Surajpur (Chhattisgarh), Mar 31 (ANI): At least two people were killed as a herd of elephants attacked the party in Chhattisgarh’s Surajpur on Thursday. Reportedly, the two men were locking away the school gates in the village when they were attacked by the jumbos. A compensation of Rs. 25,000 each would be given to the family of the deceased. Elephant attack in the region has been on the rise since a while. 31-Mar-2017
Watch: Police seizes spurious liquor dozens of bottles of spurious liquor from Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur district on Thursday. Acting on a tip-off, the police raided several factories here in the area. The police are further investigating the matter. 31-Mar-2017
Watch local women undertake guarding dut Jhajjar (Haryana), Mar 31 (ANI): Cases of mass cheating has come to light since a video showing students appearing in class 10th board exams passing chits through the windows has been circulating on the social media. In an effort to stop mass cheating and uplift the education of school students, these local women have come up as guards to prevent such a thing. With the Haryana Govt. not being able to stop cheating in board exams, these women have come as guards who safeguard the exam centre so that no one could cheat. Till now 4,092 cases of cheating have been registered. 31-Mar-2017
Major freeway fire creates Atlanta traff Freeway traffic in Atlanta, Georgia was reported backed up for miles as fire crews battled a major fire along a stretch of highway which also caused a section of freeway to collapse. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
Venezuela's Maduro called 'dictator' aft Venezuela's socialist president Nicolas Maduro was branded a "dictator" and accused of staging a "coup d'état" after the nation's highest court took power away from Congress. Conway G. Gittens reports. 31-Mar-2017
South Korea's ousted leader Park Geun-hy A car carrying South Korea's ousted leader Park Geun-hye arrives at a detention centre after a Seoul court approved a warrant to arrest Park, who had been removed from office in March over allegations of bribery. Rough Cut (no reporter narrration). 31-Mar-2017
SpaceX launches first ever re-used rocke SpaceX achieved another space industry first when it launched a Falcon 9 rocket that has flown before, a key step in billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's quest to cut the cost of space flight. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
Ecuador's quake victims turn to next pre The residents of Tarqui, ground zero for Ecuador's 2016 earthquake, are calling for the country's next president to rebuild their homes and to bring back businesses to the region, as the country will hold a run-off presidential election on Sunday after a hard fought and inconclusive first round. 31-Mar-2017
Land day: Palestinian protesters clash w Palestinian demonstrators clashed with Israeli security forces following a protest to mark land day in Beit Jala in the West Bank. Land Day marks the killing of six Arab Israelis during 1976 demonstrations against Israeli confiscations of Arab land. 31-Mar-2017
North Carolina lawmakers replace 'bathro North Carolina's Senate and House on Thursday approved a bill to retool a law banning transgender people from using restrooms in accordance with their gender identities, hoping to bring back companies and sports leagues that had boycotted the state. Chris Dignam reports. 31-Mar-2017
NATO chief says allies will not recognis NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says in a press conference that the allies "do not and will not" recognise Russia's "illegal" annexation of Crimea . 31-Mar-2017
Trump calls candidate for ambassador to U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen at the White House and is heard praising his top candidate for U.S. Ambassador to Denmark as "high quality". Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
EU must challenge "populism, nationalism EU president Donald Tusk says the bloc is "more determined and more united than before" after Britain formally notified the EU of its intention to leave. Tusk tells the European People's Party (EPP) congress that the EU must challenge "populism, nationalisms and separatisms", saying that the argument that "an integrating Europe is a threat to national and state sovereignty is foolish and dangerous". 31-Mar-2017
Crowd protests at US consulate as Tiller As US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visits Ankara for talks on the Syria conflict, protesters gather in front of the American consulate in Istanbul. 31-Mar-2017
White House expects decision on UN clima White House spokesman Sean Spicer says the administration is reviewing the UN global climate accord and expects a decision on whether to remain in the deal by late May. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
Debris shield floats away during spacewa A five-foot debris shield being installed on the International Space Station floated away during a spacewalk by two veteran U.S. astronauts, a NASA TV broadcast showed. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
Alligator tied to tree in Snapper Villag Residents of a Miami neighborhood, called Snapper Village, reportedly tie a stray alligator to a tree while waiting for animal control. The reptile is suspected of eating local pets. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 31-Mar-2017
Meningitis outbreak in Nigeria kills 282 An outbreak of meningitis in Nigeria has killed 282 people in recent weeks, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control says, as Africa's most populous country and aid organisations attempt to tackle the surge in infections. Rough cut (no reporter narration) 31-Mar-2017
Watch: Couple brutally thrashed by goons Kashipur (Uttarakhand), March 30 (ANI): A couple was thrashed by goons in Uttarakhand's Kashipur on Thursday. The couple were meeting in a wheat field when a group of men intervened and started to thrashed them brutally. 30-Mar-2017
Meat shortage in UP hits Aligarh Muslim Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh), March 30 (ANI): After the newly formed Bharatiya Janata Party government pulled the shutters down of the illegal slaughter houses in Uttar Pradesh, the canteen of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has been hit by the shortage of meat. Vegetarian meals are being prepared for the students at AMU for the past few days and the meat prices in the state have gone up from Rs. 120 to Rs. 220 per kilogram. AMU Student Union President Faizul Hassan said that the students from middle class are suffering from this decision as the university is on the verge of doubling the mess fees. The students have written an application to the University vice chancellor seeking for solutions. Several other states including Uttarakhand and Rajasthan have also started to shutdown illegal meat shops following UP’s lead. 30-Mar-2017
Repair work underway at Mahakaushal trai Lucknow, Mar 30 (ANI): After the eight bogies of the Jabalpur-Nizamuddin Mahakaushal Express derailed in Uttar Pradesh's Mahoba district on Thursday. The rescue operation is still underway. The incident took place between Mahoba and Kulpahad railway stations near Supa village. Nearly 50 passengers were injured in the incident. The reason of the accident is yet to be known. 30-Mar-2017
Australians bring out jet skiis in Cyclo Extreme weather in Australia has forced the evacuation of around 40,000 people, but some sports lovers appear to be enjoying the floods. 30-Mar-2017
"I understand the president's frustratio U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan tells reporters "It's very understandable that the president is frustrated that we haven't gotten to where we need to go" on healthcare. Ryan was responding to a question about President Trump's morning tweet criticizing the House Freedom Caucus. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
Displaced yearn for Mosul return amid de Displaced Iraqis from Mosul deal with a lack of food in overcrowded relief camps as the number of those fleeing their homes continues to increase. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
Indian Army chief call on Prime Minister Kathmandu, Nepal, March 30 (ANI): Indian Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat who is on a four-day visit to Nepal met Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal at his official residence.General Rawat talked about the military co-operation between the two neighbours.Prime Minister Dahal also thanked the Indian Army for the help during Earthquake in 2015. 30-Mar-2017
Scientists observe land creeping under P Kathmandu, Nepal, March 30 (ANI): A UNESCO World heritage site which is considered as one of the sacred temples of Hindu faith, Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu city attracts devotees from across the world.The structure erected in the 15th century is one of the 275 holy abodes of Lord Shiva on the continent.The complex located on the banks of the Bagmati River is a sprawling collection of temples and ashrams.A three-member team of geoscientists, who have been carrying out a survey for over a decade found the site being threatened by the mass soil movement beneath its surface.The team has witnessed few bulges and deformation on the walls that suggests that as the area consist of fine material the soil is moving down from the uphill section of Slesmantak Forest. 30-Mar-2017
Italian police arrest pro-Islamic State Italian police have arrested three Kosovars on suspicion of operating a jihadist cell that had discussed blowing up the historic Rialto bridge in Venice. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
Newly appointed Indian Ambassador meets Kathmandu, Nepal, March 30 (ANI): Newly appointed ambassador of India to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri met with Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and held talks over the issues pertaining Indo-Nepal relations.Puri also expressed his happiness to come to Nepal and promised to play a pivotal role in improving the relation of two countries and with mutual understanding.Manjeev Singh Puri is the 24th Ambassador of India to Nepal. 30-Mar-2017
CATC gears up to host Smart India Hackat Allahabad, Mar. 30, (ANI): The Civil Aviation Training College (CATC) in Allahabad is gearing up to host the finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017 on April 1 and 2.The event, promoted by Ministry of Human Resource and Development and the All India Council for Technical Education, will allow thousands of engineering students from across the country to participate in the 36-hour non-stop digital product development competition.It aims to harnesses creativity and expertise of students; build funnels for "Startup India, Standup India" campaign and give opportunities to citizens to come up with innovative solutions to India's daunting problems. The Airports Authority of India under the Ministry of Civil Aviation has also given digital problems to the participants. 30-Mar-2017
Senate Intel Committee kicks off rare op Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, says he won't prejudge the probe into the possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia, saying "We are seeking to determine if there's an actuial fire but there's clearly a lot of smoke." Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
Scientists map Arabica coffee genome Researchers have mapped the genome for Arabica coffee in an effort to unlock its delicious secrets and protect it against disease and climate change in the future. Ben Gruber reports. 30-Mar-2017
India, Malaysia to sign 15 business agre New Delhi, Mar 30 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said that the Malaysian Prime Minister’s visit to India will be more significant to develop the bilateral relations between the two countries. The MEA said that the two countries will have to sign 15 business agreements which will develop the economical conditions between the two countries. The MEA further said that the two countries establish more relations in terms of defence, cooperation, counter-terrorism, tourism and culture relations, IT and services as well as infrastructure projects. 30-Mar-2017
Spacewalk underway for ISS home improvem NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson begin a spacewalk as part of a project to upgrade docking areas of the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
French artist attempts to hatch eggs Performance artist Abraham Poincheval will sit on eggs for up to 26 days in an effort to hatch them in an art museum in Paris. 30-Mar-2017
ONE CAUTIONARY LEADER FOR EVERY 25 MLAS Speaking shortly after a meet in the state capital, UP Power minister, Srikant Sharma has said that one cautionary leader will be responsible for 25 MLAs and they will help streamline the working of the ministries in the state. 30-Mar-2017
Cops Try Divine Intervention To Cut Down Cops in Burdwan are these days praying that accidents do not happen so that precious lives can be saved. To usher in slightly better times the cops arranged for a Puja. 30-Mar-2017
Merkel, Rajoy and Juncker arrive for Mal Leaders from Europe's most powerful political family, the centre-right European People's Party (EPP), arrive for annual congress in Malta. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
Tillerson says U.S., Turkey committed to "There is no space between Turkey and the United States in our committment to defeat Daesh, to defeat ISIS," says U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during a press conference with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 30-Mar-2017
U.S. authorities release Mexican 'Dreame A Mexican immigrant with a work permit who was arrested by U.S. authorities was released from federal custody on Wednesday while legal proceedings over his immigration status continue. Nathan Frandino reports. 30-Mar-2017
MEA condemns attacks on African people, New Delhi, March 30 (ANI): Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson, Gopal Baglay, on Thursday, condemned the recent mob attack on a group of African nationals in Greater Noida and said that such criminal acts are unacceptable. He further gave his confidence to the public that the government remains committed to the safety and security of the foreign students. 30-Mar-2017
'Gaikwad' surname creates trouble for BJ New Delhi, Mar 30 (ANI): After several airlines refused to fly Shiv Sena Minister of Parliament Ravindra Gaikwad. The 'Gaikwad' surname creates trouble for BJP MP from Latur Sunil Gaikwad, he has alleged that he was repeatedly being stopped at airports because of his surname. 30-Mar-2017
Youth should stay at home during encount Budgam (Jammu and Kashmir), Mar 30 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police S.P. Vaid on Thursday appealed the youths to stay at home at the time of encounter and must understand that they are being used by anti-social elements who just want to create chaos in the valley. Vaid said that a lot of provocation is there from the other side, instigating young boys and misleading them to pelt stones and reach the encounter site. His comments came after three civilians were killed in Chadoora town of Budgam district on Tuesday. 30-Mar-2017
Shrine of Jilani Pir attracts devotees o Ahmedabad, Mar 30 (ANI): Ahmedabad city in Gujarat has a sizeable Muslim and Hindu population and since ages they have prospered together. The innumerable Hindu and Muslims shrines are frequently thronged by people of all religious faiths. One such place is the shrine of Jilani Pir in Ahmedabad which has become a centre of communal harmony in the city. The shrine is thronged by thousands of people belonging to different religious beliefs. 30-Mar-2017
An indoor soccer game 'Futsal'introduced Dimapur, Mar 30 (ANI): To celebrate the essence of life, people of northeast India have excelled in many fields, be it in fashion, music, art and sports, bringing names and accolades to the country. To add another feather to its cap, Nagaland state in India's northeast region has introduced an Astroturf ground for Futsal, the first of its kind indoor soccer game in Dimapur city. Introduced and owned by a young lad from Dimapur, Akika Kiba, sports lovers of the state will now have the opportunity to play Futsal in a standard Astroturf ground at Chekiye village in 3rd Mile of Nagaland state. Named as A1 PowerPlay Academy, the new academy will provide all the necessary amenities like dressing room, swimming pool, showers and café for the players and cooling fans attached at the ground premises. 30-Mar-2017
People of different faiths pay obeisance Karnataka, Mar 30 (ANI): The shrine of Harzat Shah Ruknuddin Tola is dedicated to a 14th century Muslim saint who spent around 40 years praying on the hillock, on the top of which the shrine is constructed and falls in the Kalaburgi district of Karnataka. Next to it is the shrine of Shah Qadri who was originally a Brahmin named Rama Rao, known for his spiritual accomplishments and a disciple of Hazrat Ruknuddin Tola. It's only because of this Brahmin that Hazrat Ruknuddin decided to give up non-vegetarian food, and ordained that, after his death, nobody was to visit his shrine after consuming non-vegetarian food. The legend to the story goes this way. 30-Mar-2017
5th Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav held ac Arunachal Pradesh, Mar 30 (ANI): Envisioned to preserve, promote and popularize the heritage and cultural diversity of Indian culture and reconnect the new generation with Indian culture, Ministry of Culture recently organized a nine-day long cultural fiesta named the National Cultural Festival. The northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh hosted the curtain raiser of the festival held in the premises of Parade Ground in Tawang, inaugurated by CM Pema Khandu along with the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture and Tourism, Mahesh Sharma, and other state dignitaries. Moreover, the northeastern province of Nagaland and Manipur brought to light around 500 artists, representing several tribes of the states, who exhibited their cultural dances. In Manipur the festival was held under the theme ‘Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat'. Varieties of dance, songs, music, cuisines and an exclusive display of handicrafts from different states of the country marked the festival's beginning. The festival aimed at showcasing the spectacular culture, tradition and their beautiful dance forms under one platform thereby strengthening the socio-cultural ties among all. Apart from these three states, the festival was also organized at Majuli in Assam, Aizawl in Mizoram, Gangtok in Sikkim, Shillong in Meghalaya and Khowai in Tripura. 30-Mar-2017
EAM Swaraj promises stringent action aga New Delhi, Mar 30 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday promised not only impartial probe into the Nigerian students attack case but also assures stringent action against the perpetrators. Swaraj told parliament she was in touch with the chief minister of northern state of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, to expedite the investigation. Five Nigerian students were attacked by crowds and one was beaten by a mob inside a shopping mall in Greater Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi. 30-Mar-2017
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