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Breaking Highlights, Top Alerts of March 9

India TV provides breaking news and news alerts from India and rest of the world from Twitter and other sources of information

Written by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: March 09, 2018 23:58 IST ]
Live Breaking News March 9
Live Breaking News March 9

Twitter is buzzing with breaking news and news alerts from India and rest of the world. Here is the coverage of all breaking alerts and latest updates from the micro-blogging site on one page:

Breaking News of March 9:

11:58 pm: 

11:50 pm: ACLU files a class-action lawsuit accusing the U.S. government of broadly separating immigrant families seeking asylum (AP)

11:35 pm: Manchester City manager Guardiola fined £20,000 for Catalan ribbon protest - FA (AFP)

11:23 pm: More than 940 civilians have been killed since Russia-backed government forces launched an assault on Eastern Ghouta on February 18 (Reuters)

11:00 pm: Fed's Rosengren suggests four rate hikes likely needed this year (Reuters)

10:46 pm: 

10:30 pm: Patangrao Kadam, former Maharashtra Minister and senior Congress leader, passes away at Lilavati hospital in Mumbai (ANI)

10:25 pm: In gross violation of UN Security Council resolution 1267, UN designated terrorists like Hafiz Saeed are freely operating with State support, UN designated entities are being politically mainstreamed and are raising funds in violations of Pak’s international obligations: MD Kumam (ANI)

10:19 pm: It is extraordinary that the state which protected Osama Bin Laden and sheltered Mullah Omar should have the gumption to play the victim: India's Second Secretary Mini Devi Kumam response on Pakistan highlighting human rights violations at 37th session of UN Human Rights Council (ANI) 

10:12 pm: 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received Emmanuel Macron, President of France in Delhi. The France President is on a four-day visit to India 

10:04 pm: Ghaziabad: 27 prisoners of Dasna Jail found infected with HIV; medical officers have ordered HIV test of all the 5,000 prisoners. 49 prisoners were found HIV positive last year (ANI) 

10:01 pm: 

09:58 pm: Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) Examinations, scheduled for 10 am-1 am on 12th March, postponed till further notice by Allahabad High Court (ANI) 

09:56 pm: We all have been saying that for so many years. His saying makes it more important. We all collectively, individually feel that a part of us is not there. We want them to come back: Haseeb Drabu, Jammu and Kashmir Finance Minister on Farooq Abudllah's statements on Kashmiri Pandits (ANI) 

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