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Floods ravage Kashmir Valley

Srinagar , March 30

Floods ravaged Kashmir Valley on Monday following incessant rainfall over the past four days. Anxious people began to leave for safer places as authorities kept a watch on swollen mountain streams and the Jhelum river which was in spate.

Cloudy day ahead in Delhi

New Delhi , March 30

It was a partly cloudy morning on Monday in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 20.3 degrees Celsius, two notches above the season's average.

Thundershowers, snow lash Himachal Pradesh

Shimla , March 30

Thundershowers and snow on Monday lashed Himachal Pradesh, causing temperatures to drop.

Egypt prosecutor lists key Muslim Brotherhood members as 'terrorists'

Cairo , March 30

Egypt's prosecutor general on Sunday listed 18 leading members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, including its chief, as terrorists, Xinhua reported citing Egypt's official MENA news agency.

Four arrested for cricket betting in Kolkata

Kolkata , March 30

Four people were arrested here on Sunday in connection with a cricket betting racket, police said.

Kenyan authorities arrest three women over terror links

Nairobi , March 30

Kenyan authorities said that three women, suspected of being suicide bombers, were detained in the coastal city of Mombasa.

Authorities declare flood in Kashmir Valley

Srinagar , March 30

Authorities on Monday declared flood in the Kashmir Valley, asking people living close to the banks of the Jhelum river to exercise extreme caution and move to safer places.

Two dead as inclement weather descends upon Uttar Pradesh

Agra/Mathura , March 30

The weather changed abruptly in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening with rain, accompanied by lightning and thunder, destroying crops.

DNA tests done on remains of 78 Germanwings crash victims

Paris , March 30

French investigators said on Sunday that they have performed DNA tests on the remains of 78 out of the 150 victims of the Germanwings air crash on March 24.

EU ban on Tamil rebels to remain: Sri Lanka

Colombo , March 29

The Sri Lankan government on Sunday said that it had managed to convince the European Union (EU) to maintain a ban on the Tamil Tiger rebels despite an earlier EU court decision to lift some sanctions on the group.