Top News Headlines of 04 April 2015


Major Events and Top News Headlines of 4th April 2015:

  • Indian cricketer Suresh Raina got married to his child hood friend Priyanka Chaud hary at a hotel in the capital on 4th April.
  • Malli Mastan Babu, one of India’s top mountaineers who grabbed the global spotlight by climbing the seven summit in the seven continents in record time, was found dead in the Andes on 4th April.
  • A US court on 4th April announced that Yoga taught in a California school was “devoid of any religious, mystical or spiritual trappings.
  • In 2017, the city will have the first fully underground museum at the world-famous Humayun’s Tomb complex, which will showcase art, culturing and architectural history of the Nizamuddin area spanning over seven centuries.
  • Deharadun police arrested “fake” IAS officer, Ruby Choudhary, who resided at Mussoori’s prestigious Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration posing as an IAS probationer for over six month.
  • Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on 4th April said that he will conduct a review of the calamity relief fund soon to increase compensation amounts given to farmers by the government for crop damage due to natural calamities.
  • Angioplasty, the minimally invasive procedure to fix heart diseases. is growing in popularity, with nationwide statistics showing a 14% annual increase in the number of cath lab procedures.
  • Narendra Modi begins a three-nation tour from April 9, to France, Germany and Canada. The visit’s aimed is boosting India’s economic agenda. In Germany, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chancellor Angela Merkel will inaugurate the Hannover Messe, world’s largest industrial trade fair.
  • Iran has partially lifted a ban on women attending men’s sports matches, the deputy sports minister said on Saturday.
  • An American actor Leonardo DiCaprio, the Oscar-nominated “Wolf of Wall Street,’s planning to create an eco-conscious resort.
  • According to a census, Indian have emerged as the Scotland’s most educated and qualified ethnic community. Aged 16 to 74 in employment, a high proportion of Indians have been found to be managers and directors.
  • Indian Tennis player Saina Nehwal knocked out of Malaysia Open Badminton Super Series. and loosing her no. 1 rank in the world.
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Top News Headlines of 04 April 2015
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