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Breaking Highlights, Top Alerts of May 18

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Written by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: May 18, 2018 20:36 IST ]


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 May 18: 

08:31 pm: MLAs are with us. Whatever misuse they had to do they have done. Supreme Court has also given them a good scolding not verbally but in terms of action, it is a different matter that the people of BJP have a thick skin: Ghulam Nabi Azad, Congress (ANI)

08:05 pm: This audio CD is one of the handiworks of Congress' dirty tricks department. This is a fake CD: Prakash Javadekar on the audio, which was released by Congress, in which Janaradhana Reddy is allegedly trying to lure Congress MLA from Raichur Rural by offering him money (ANI)

08:02 pm: World Health Organization chief says Ebola vaccinations will start on Sunday in DRC, says outbreak does not yet constitute a public health emergency of international concern (Reuters)

07:54 pm: Of course they are with us, if the MLAs from Congress and JD(S) don't support us, how can we prove majority? We will win the floor test 101 per cent: BS Yeddyurappa, CM of Karnataka

07:51 pm: We are in the Shangri-La hotel for the legislature meeting. We have the majority. More than what we expected. Our workers are really happy: BS Yeddyurappa, CM of Karnataka (ANI)

07:45 pm: His name is Devanand Chavan (one standing in the middle), MLA from Nagathan, he is still with us. BJP leaders are misleading about him that he is supporting BJP: Saravana, JD(S) (ANI)

07:36 pm: A loco motive engine of Howrah-Jagdalpur Samaleswari express has been derailed near Keutagada station in Rayagada district of Odisha. No casualty reported (ANI)

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