#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 27 April 2022

Amalendu Upadhyaya
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Cases of COVID-19 in children increased by 43 per cent in two weeks in America

More than 37,000 children reported COVID-19 cases in the US last week, a nearly 43 per cent increase from two weeks ago. This information has come out in the latest report of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children’s Hospital Association.

s. Jaishankar bluntly: India will negotiate with the world on its own terms

According to media reports, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has said that India will negotiate with the world on its own terms and the country does not need anyone’s permission for this.

PM Modi interacts with chief ministers amid a surge in COVID-19 cases

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that vaccination of all eligible children is the priority of the government. He stressed on the need to promote the necessary behaviour regarding COVID-19.

Presiding over a review meeting with Chief Ministers of several states through video conferencing to assess the health situation across the country, PM Modi said that immunization of all eligible children at the earliest is the priority of the government and for this in schools. Special events have to be organized.

Rahul Gandhi’s strong attack on the Modi government: Hate-in-India and Make-in-India cannot live together

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has attacked the Center over reports of back-out of automobile companies from India, alleging that the government is destroying the business.

Mr Gandhi tweeted,

“Modi ji, Hate-in-India and Make-in-India can’t coexist!

Time to focus on India’s devastating unemployment crisis instead.”

PM Modi asks states to reduce VAT on petrol and diesel

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged states to reduce Value Added Tax (VAT) on fuel “in the spirit of cooperative federalism”. During a virtual meeting with Chief Ministers, today PM Modi emphasized how the country fought a protracted battle against COVID with the spirit of cooperative federalism.

Muslim Personal Law Board calls Uniform Civil Code ‘unconstitutional’

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has once again termed the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) an unconstitutional and anti-minority move.

Tamil Nadu: 11 killed due to electrocution in a religious chariot procession

According to media reports, 11 people were electrocuted and 16 others were injured when the upper part of a chariot at Appar Math collided with an electric wire in the Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday morning.

Ban on import of many luxury items in view of the economic crisis in Nepal

Seeing the deepening of the economic crisis in the country, the government of Nepal has banned the import of many luxury items.

Ben Stokes may be the new Test captain of England

According to a report, all-rounder Ben Stokes may soon take over as the new Test captain of England.

Three Chinese civilians killed in blast in Pakistan

On 26 April afternoon, three Chinese teachers were killed, one Chinese teacher was injured and Pakistanis were also injured in a suicide terrorist attack on the van of Confucius Institute located in Karachi University of Pakistan.

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