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Fire engulfs 500 hutments in Delhi  (25 April 05:15 am) 
Massive fire in South Delhi slum; officials say no casualties
Case against Manmohan Singh was filed by SFJ under Alien Tort Claims Act (ATCA) and Torture Victim Protection Act (TVPA)
On Friday, the undersea drone Bluefin-21 is expected to finish what may be the last of its 16-hour trips to depths of more than 4.5km
Authorities believe they were tricked into traveling to Syria to fight for the rebels
71 killed in Syria violence  (25 April 04:30 am) 
Reports estimate that more than 150,000 people have been killed so far since the Syrian crisis started in mid-March 2011
Venezuela announces new oil finds  (25 April 04:15 am) 
South American country announces three onshore oil reserves, totaling to 185 million barrels
Police charge sheet against Bhatkal and Akhtar under various sections of the IPC including 307(attempt to murder), 120B(criminal conspiracy)
FBI issues ‘Red Corner notice’ for the arrest of Congress leader K V P Ramachandra Rao, who was a close aide of the late Andhra CM Y S Rajasekhara Reddy
Malaysia to release MH370 report: PM  (25 April 03:45 am) 
Report will hope to clear up international community’s concerns at apparently chaotic initial response by Malaysia
Apex court issues judgment while deciding a plea filed by an advocate challenging a Madras High Court verdict
President Vladimir Putin warns Russians against making Google searches; says the internet is a “CIA project”
India sued over nuclear disarmament  (25 April 01:15 am) 
Marshall Islands sues worlds’ nuclear powers for failure in fulfilling nuclear disarmament obligations
Around 131 persons are still missing as dive teams searched in near pitch-black conditions for bodies trapped in the ferry’s interior
In an interview, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said US was funding or running an offensive in Ukraine
Ukrainian soldiers retook control of the town hall in the south-eastern port city of Mariupol and repelled an attack on an army base in the eastern town of Artemivsk
Authorities gave no details on the material, which was the first discovery of suspected debris in weeks and the first since the detection of what were believed to be signals from the plane\'s black box
Bharti triggered controversy and accusations of serious human rights violations after he led a mob which allegedly harassed and illegally detained a group of African women
Chief Justice Sathasivam says there is no policy or guideline to regulate the content of government advertisements
Most of the bodies found in the last two days had broken fingers, presumably from the children frantically trying to climb the vertical floors or ceilings to escape in their last moments
Netanyahu\'s statements come amid reports that the West Bank\'s ruling Fatah faction and the Gaza-governing Hamas faction were preparing to implement a historic deal after seven years of strife
Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit says his country is ‘very keenly looking forward to a government with which Pakistan can quickly, comprehensively and meaningfully engage’
Each year, Time publishes an editor-curated list of the 100 most influential people in the world
Around 75 academics from universities across Britain expressed concern over the upcoming government in India, through a letter, titled ‘The idea of Modi in power fills us with dread’
The arrested Maoists were identified as Sub-zonal Commander Mahendra Singh Kharswar, Area Commander Lalan Singh Kharwar and Virendra Kumar Ram
Gas pipeline blown up in Pakistan  (23 April 11:00 am) 
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack but officials blame Baloch insurgents operating in the area to be behind the incident