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Five Major News Headlines of May 5

Kumar Vishwas 'affair' row: High-voltage drama at DCW press conference, Juhi Khan quits panelA high-voltage drama took place during a press conference held by Delhi Women Commission (DCW) today.DCW chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh had a
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India TV News Desk May 05, 2015 21:45 IST

Kumar Vishwas 'affair' row: High-voltage drama at DCW press conference, Juhi Khan quits panel

A high-voltage drama took place during a press conference held by Delhi Women Commission (DCW) today.

DCW chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh had a scuffle with her colleague Juhi Khan and Barkha accused her of being an AAP member.

Dawood Ibrahim's location is not known: Govt

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's location is not known to the government and once he is located, his extradition process will be initiated, Lok Sabha was informed today.

Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said Dawood is an accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case and a red corner notice has been issued against him.  

Nepal earthquake: Toll escalates to 7,557

The toll across Nepal from the devastating April 25 earthquake has risen to 7,557, according to the latest update by the country's home ministry.

As many as 10,718 buildings were destroyed in the massive earthquake while 14,741 sustained partial damages, the ministry said on Tuesday.

Petro Gate: Court grants bail to six accused

A Delhi court today granted bail to six accused, including four corporate executives and a journalist, arrested in connection with the Petroleum Ministry documents leak case.

Additional Sessions Judge Gurdeep Singh Saini enlarged Shailesh Saxena of Reliance Industries Ltd, Vinay Kumar of Essar, Rishi Anand of Reliance ADAG, Cairns India's K K Nayak, journalist Shantanu Saikia and Virender on bail on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 with one surety of the like amount.

Arvind Kejriwal breaks silence on Kumar Vishwas ‘affair' row, says opposition trying to malign AAP

The Chief Minister of Delhi and leader of of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Arvind Kejriwal finally broke his silence today  on  the ongoing controversy regarding its leader Kumar Vishwas having a relationship with one of the female workers of the party.

Kejriwal while speaking to a news agency has said that some sections of media are targeting children and wives of AAP leaders and workers

 

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