News in nutshell:6 infants killed at Malda, India enters into pact with ChinaNovember 27, 2012 10:19
Good morning and welcome to morning wishesh friends. Today being Tuesday, it's presumed that you are out of Monday blues and stuff like that. Before you start your busy schedule, which would last from dawn to dusk, quickly go through today's updates on various fronts.
Vaishno Devi: In the wake of suspected terror attacks, tight security has been beefed up in and around Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the police sources, an email to a hotel head Bhatt, stated that they (terrorists) would allegedly attack Vaishno Devi temple as a mark of avenge Kasab's execution.
Vastunna Meekosam: Chandrababu Naidu's Vastunna Meekosam tour is going on full fledged in Medak district. He has been receiving overwhelming response and it's even a known fact that TDP is most likely to sweep 2014 elections. Anyway, coming to today's padayatra schedule, Babu would resume his walkathon from Peddashankarampeta and culminate today's tour at Alikhanpalli wherein he would cover 18 kilometres.
6 infants killed in 24 hours: MedicalCollege Hospital in Malda is once again in the news for all wrong reasons. At least six infants were killed in this hospital in less than 24 hours, which triggerred outcry across the nation. With this six infants' death, the death toll of babies mounted to 19 since Saturday. The hospital authorities maintained that the kids were brought in critical condition who suffered with acute malnutrition.
India enters into agreement with China: The Government of India has entered into an agreement with China to develop railways. As per the signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) both these countries would mutually cooperate on rail technology and know-how.
Sports: BCCI selection committee headed by Sandeep Patil would to select the team for the next test match with England in Kolkata and Nagpur. Since Team India lost its second test in Mumbai, changes are likely to take place in the team and its batting order.
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