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  1. The Supreme Court has issued notice on a petition advocating for the counting of all Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) paper slips in elections

  2. As many as 54 members of the Rajya Sabha including former prime minister Manmohan Singh and nine union ministers are set to retire on Tuesday and Wednesday with some not returning to the Upper House.

  3. Senior BJP leader KS Eshwarappa on Tuesday said the Union Home Minister Amit Shah called him up and asked him to withdraw his candidature from this Lok Sabha constituency but he stood firm on his decision to contest.

  4. Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh's mother could not hold back her tears as she spoke to NDTV after her son was granted bail by the Supreme Court today, nearly six months after the ED arrested him in the Delhi liquor policy case.

  5. Veteran Odia bhajan singer Shantilata Barik Chhotray passed away at a private hospital here Monday evening. She was 64. Her husband Basant Chhotray informed that the singer will be cremated Tuesday at the Swargadwar crematorium in Puri.

  6. In a huge relief for the Congress, the Income Tax department told Monday the Supreme Court that it will not take any coercive action against the opposition party for tax demand notices of `3,500 crore approximately in view of Lok Sabha elections.

  7. MK Behera, an officer of the Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE), has taken over the charge of General Manager (I/C) of East Coast Railway (ECoR).

  8. The operating revenue of Paradip port has crossed `2,300 crore against `2,074 crore in comparison to the previous fiscal, registering an increase of 14.30 per cent, an official release by Paradip Port Authority said Monday.

  9. The Delhi High Court Monday sought the stand of the Centre on a petition which alleged that the ban on the sale and breeding of 23 dog breeds was arbitrary and violative of the Constitution.

  10. Total prohibition and anti-liquor campaigns have proved to be unsuccessful with liquor sales increasing in the state by an additional 530 lakh litres during the last 10 years.

  11.  As candidates gear up for campaigning in the Odisha Assembly and Lok Sabha elections, green activists in Ganjam district appealed to all political parties to use eco-friendly materials during electioneering.

  12. A team of officials from the National Green Tribunal will conduct a probe into the alleged mining and smuggling of sand from Sobhaput and Patali riverbeds on the fringes of Nandapur block in Koraput district to Andhra Pradesh.

  13. The Supreme Court Monday refused to stay the Hindu prayers in the southern cellar of the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi even as it ordered a ‘status quo’ on the religious observances by both the Hindu and Muslim sides inside the mosque premises.

  14. The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the political arm of the banned Popular Front of India (PFI), Monday extended its support to the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in Kerala for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

  15. Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren Monday withdrew from the Supreme Court his plea challenging a High Court order that refused to grant him permission to attend the Budget session of the Assembly.

  16. A Delhi court Monday sent Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to judicial custody till April 15, noting the Enforcement Directorate's contention that his release could hamper the investigation into the Delhi excise policy-linked money laundering case.

  17. Israeli forces left Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza City Monday after a two-week operation, leaving a wasteland of destroyed buildings and Palestinian bodies scattered in the dirt.

  18. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Monday said nearly 97.69 per cent of the `2000 denomination bank notes have returned to the banking system, and only `8,202 crore worth of the withdrawn notes are still with the public.

  19. The government has garnered `16,507 crore by selling minority stake in state-owned companies in 2023-24 fiscal, lower than what was projected in its revised estimates.

  20. Goa may experience extreme heat wave conditions till April 8, according to the Met department, prompting the state government to issue an advisory.

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