#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 5th April 2022

Top 10 headlines this night

BJP got the highest corporate donation

According to media reports, five national parties received a total donation of Rs 921.95 crore from all corporate / business houses during the financial year 2019-20, which is 91 per cent of the total contribution to political parties from known sources. BJP got the maximum donations.

Opposition uproar in Rajya Sabha over increase in fuel prices, proceedings adjourned for the day

Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the day on Monday amid continued opposition from the opposition over the hike in fuel prices.

Congress demands – the CrPC amendment bill should be sent to the standing committee

After opposing the CrPC Amendment Bill in Lok Sabha saying it violates Article 21 and is ‘beyond the legislative competence of the government’, Congress sought to send it to the Standing Committee for further deliberation.

Now there is a demand to ban loudspeakers in mosques in Karnataka

It has been told in media reports that after the demand to remove loudspeakers from mosques in Maharashtra, Hindu organizations in Karnataka have also started demanding the removal of loudspeakers.

DMK MPs walkout from Lok Sabha demanding the recall of Tamil Nadu Governor

Tamil Nadu Governor R. N. DMK MPs created a ruckus in Parliament today demanding the recall of Ravi. DMK MPs were demanding the reply of the Home Minister in the Lok Sabha regarding the attitude of the Governor through a calling attention motion, but they walked out of the Lok Sabha twice as the demand was not accepted.

Hindu Mahapanchayat: FIR filed against Twitter users for posting controversial content

 Delhi Police has registered a case against Twitter users who posted controversial content in the backdrop of Hindu Mahapanchayat Sabha, which police said could lead to enmity, hatred and enmity between the two communal groups. This information has been given in media reports on Monday quoting an official.

Now additional charges on rail travel from April 15

It has been told in media reports that passengers travelling long distances by trains running on diesel locomotives can now be charged higher fares. This additional fee will automatically be added to the train journey at the time of ticket booking from April 15.

Corona cases less than 1,000 in India after 715 days

For the first time after 715 days in India, corona cases have come down to less than 1,000, while the number of active corona cases has also come down to less than 13,000. These figures have been shared by the Union Health Ministry on Monday.

Chhattisgarh has the lowest unemployment rate in the country

Chhattisgarh has also won in terms of providing employment, it currently has the lowest unemployment rate in the country. This has been revealed in the latest unemployment figures released by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy.

The judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan said – Speaker has the right to reject the motion

 Justice Muneeb Akhtar of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, taking suo moto cognizance of the constitutional crisis that arose after the decision of the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, said during the hearing that a Speaker can reject a motion as per the rules of the House.

Bangladesh’s largest bridge to open for traffic in June

Bangladesh’s Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Kader said that the country’s largest Padma bridge will be opened for traffic in June this year.

36-hour curfew lifted in Sri Lanka

 Sri Lanka’s 36-hour curfew imposed in the wake of political unrest was lifted on Monday and public transport services were restored to normalcy.

World No. 1 tennis player Swiatake topped the WTA rankings

Poland’s tennis star Inga Swiatek has officially become the world’s No. 1 female tennis player.

Sad to see emergency and curfew in Sri Lanka: Mahela Jayawardene

Mumbai Indians coach and former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene has said that he is saddened to see the emergency law and curfew in his country. He said the government cannot ignore the needs of those who have every right to protest.

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