FRIDAY 27 MAY 2016
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1. NEET: President Pranab Mukherjee signs Centre's Ordinance on uniform medical entrance examination2. Cyclone Roanu puts Odisha on alert3. Cyclonic storm in Tamil Nadu due to deep depression, predicts MeT dept4. New Education Policy Soon, Says Smriti Irani5. MP Board (MPBSE) Class 10 results to be declared at 4 pm today6. Assembly elections 2016 LIVE: Kerala records over 50 % turnout till 3 pm7. India is ready for NSG membership: US8. US rings alarm bells on growing Chinese military presence along India border9. Supreme Court upholds constitutional validity of criminal defamation law10. 53 Rajya Sabha members retire today; Congress to be biggest loser, BJP tally to rise11. Rajya Sabha adjourned due to demise of sitting Congress member12. UK declines India's request to deport Vijay Mallya, next step extradition, says ED13. India has emerged as biggest renewable energy lab in the world, says US envoy Richard Verma14. Panama Papers: New ICIJ data shows about 2,000 Indian15. All basic facilities restored in Simhastha Mela area16. Labour's Sadiq Khan elected first Muslim mayor of London17. Scientists Make Sea Water Drinkable, Produce 6.3 Million Litres A Day18. Arun Jaitley Rules Out Rollback Of Excise Duty On Jewellery19. Ban on diesel taxis could hit BPO sector, cost India $1.2 billion, Centre tells SC20. Vice Admiral Sunil Lanba to be next Navy chief21. SC tells tobacco industry packs must carry bigger health warnings22. Rio Olympics: Sachin Tendulkar accepts offer to become India's Goodwill Ambassador23. G4 nations pitch for expanding UNSC's permanent members24. Wary of China's Indian Ocean activities, US, India discuss anti-submarine warfare25. Spiritual film fest begins at Ujjain26. First phase of NEET exam tomorrow, SC declines to hear urgent plea27. Building collapses in Mumbai; 6 dead, several trapped28. IRNSS Launch: PM Modi Names New Navigation System as 'NAVIC'29. Maharashtra Will Appeal Against Top Court's Nod to NEET30. Barack Obama Felt 'Disappointed' After Missing His Visit To Taj Mahal: White House31. Sudarsan Pattnaik Wins Gold In Sand Art Contest In Russia32. President Pranab Mukherjee Leaves For 6-Day Visit To Papua New Guinea, New Zealand33. Massive fire destroys Delhi's National Museum of Natural History, parts of FICCI building also damaged34. Reduce Property Prices To Attract More Buyers: Raghuram Rajan To Developers35. Bengal Assembly Polls: Around 42 Per Cent Voter Turnout In 4 Hours36. 'Better To Dance than To Beg,' Says Supreme Court On Plea on Dance Bars37. Centre Must Intervene To Handle Drought In Rajasthan: Sachin Pilot38. Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar, Piyush Goyal Meet John Kerry39. Diamonds Worth Rs. 85 Lakh Found In Shirdi Donation Box40. Commuters Take Suresh Prabhu For A Ride Through Mumbai's Railway Woes41. President Pranab Mukherjee To Visit China Next Month42. Women Allowed To Enter Maharashtra's Trimbakeshwar Temple43. Rahul Gandhi Arrives In Amethi44. Move Over Tejas. India Wants a Second Line Of Fighter Jets45. Supreme Court Fines 3 Firms Rs. 25 Lakhs Each For Loss of 'Judicial Time'46. India, China Move Closer On Military Hotline Proposal47. Pakistan May consider India's Request For NIA Visit: Sartaj Aziz48. Birds of 11 rare species found in Jharkhand49. Prehistoric50. NASA to Study How Plants and Oceans Absorb Carbon
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