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Govt to take on phone-taping issue in parliament on 26 April: Soni
Central minister and cabinet spokesperson Ambika Soni on Saturday said government would make a statement in Parliament on Monday regarding alleged phone tapping of prominent political leaders. A leading English magazine recently reported that government's intelligence agencies had tapped the phones of key Communist leader Prakash Karat, and Bihar Chief Nitish Kumar, among others.


Lalu slams Nitish Kumar for 'dividing people'
Lalu Prasad, chief of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the main opposition party in Bihar, on Saturday slammed state chief Nitish Kumar for 'dividing people'. Lalu was addressing a public rally in Patna along with ally Ram Vilas Paswan, leader of regional Lok Janshakti Party (LJP). The former central minister said that Nitish Kumar had broken people's unity and created suspicion among public.

Kashmir govt constructs wayside facilities for tourists, pilgrims
For the benefit of tourists, as well as pilgrims to the holy site of Amarnath, the state government of Jammu and Kashmir has taken the initiative to construct a wayside facility. The facility is being constructed on the way to Sonamarg, and would be of use to both tourists as well as pilgrims. The construction of a restaurant and rest-stops are on in full swing, and will be completed shortly.

Sahara India chief backs Modi, credits him for IPL's success
Subroto Roy, Sahara India chairman while unveiling the logo of new IPL team Sahara Pune Warriors owned by the Sahara India Parivar group on Saturday, lent his support to controversial IPL commissioner Lalit Modi, saying that the present success of the tournament is largely due to Modi's efforts.


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