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  • Army starts process to recruit women soldiers
    The Army on Thursday began the process to recruit women as jawans or soldiers for the first time. The Army plans to induct around 800 women in the military police, with a yearly intake of over 50 personnel to assist in probing criminal cases like rapes and molestations as well as preserving “good order and discipline” in military formations.

  • Sea of supporters creates Modi wave in Varanasi
    People in hundreds of thousands lined up along the PM’s 7-km-long roadshow which coincided with Congress finally announcing that it would not field Priyanka Gandhi from the seat. Modi rounded off his engagement by addressing intellectuals of the city where he declared that he would return to the city after declaration of results on May 23.

  • In March, PE, VC inflow hit all-time high
    Private equity and venture capital investments hit an all-time high of $7 billion in March, as high-voltage action by global investors like Canada’s Brookfield and Singapore’s GIC on deal street continues unabated despite the ongoing general elections. The total investment last month was more than twice the value of $3 billion invested in March, 2018

  • Sri Lankans in Negombo target Pak refugees
    The first disturbing sign of communal backlash surfaced in grief-soaked Negombo when several Pakistani refugees were violently attacked by locals. At least 800 men, women and children, all asylum seekers living in small rental homes were asked to get out of their temporary homes by their landlords, who feared they may have terrorist links.

  • SC picks ex-judge to probe if a gang is trying to fix benches, frame CJI
    Supreme Court has appointed former SC judge A K Patnaik to probe, with help from the CBI, Intelligence Bureau and Delhi police, a lawyer’s allegations that a ‘gang of fixers’ in league with disgruntled and dismissed SC employees were attempting to manage benches and frame the CJI.

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