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Top headlines of the day: 28 January 2019

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Top headlines of the day: 28 January 2019
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Missed out on news today? Don’t worry we have got you covered. Here are the top stories of the day!

Rahul Gandhi announces Universal Basic Income if voted to power

While speaking at Kisan Rally in Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Congress President Rahul Gandhi announced, that “In 2019 Congress-led government” will provide “Minimum Income Guarantee”. He said, “Every poor of the country is going to get Minimum income in his bank account. No one in India will remain without food, no one will remain poor.” Read more

Andhra Pradesh: School bus carrying 50 students falls into canal, driver reportedly drunk

A shocking report coming  in from Andhra Pradesh tells a school bus carrying 50 students fell into a gorge in Guntur district on Monday  morning.

According to the reports, nearly 15 students suffered minor injuries while three students are reported to be critical. The injured students were shifted to a nearby hospital. Read more

Under debt, RSS man Himmat Patidar had planned murder for insurance money, now absconding

The ‘murder’ of RSS functionary Himmat Patidar that had raised political temperature in Madhya Pradesh, has turned out to be a bizarre crime mystery, as police have now said that Patidar wasn’t murdered rather, the RSS man is absconding after having allegedly committed the murder of his employee—Madan Malviya, in order to get insurance amount. Read more

“Born Muslim but a proud Indian first,” replies Dinesh Rao’s wife on Hegde’s misogynistic remarks

After series of provocative exchanges between rivalry leaders, Union skill development minister Ananth Kumar Hegde and Karnataka state Congress president Dinesh Gundu Rao, Tabu Rao responded sharply saying that, “was born a Muslim but am a proud Indian first.” Read more

Bypoll elections for Jind and Ramgarh Assembly constituencies took place today

In Haryana’s Jind the major contest is between Congress hope Randeep Surjewala, Dr Krishna Middha from BJP, INLD’ Yash Singh and Digvijay Chautala who is contesting as an independent for JJP. Read More

While in Alwar’s Ramgarh a three way contest is in place, Congress hope Shafia Zubair Khan is challenging Jagat Singh from BSP and Sukhwant Singh of BJP to take the party tally to 100 in the state. Read more

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