Five top news stories to watch out for on April 10

| Updated on April 10, 2019 Published on April 10, 2019

A peek into the most important events happening in India and around the world

DGCA meeting: The Indian aviation watchdog DGCA will be holding meeting with the airlines to discuss on the rising airfare and expansion of fleet. The regulator had asked the airlines, on April 9, to bring immediate and medium term plan to augment the additional capacity in the market. The augmentation will be additional flights apart from the approved summer schedule.

EU Summit: European Union leaders are set to meet on April 10 to discuss on the UK’s exit from the bloc after the British parliament rejected the Brexit deal for third time. Britain was originally due to leave the bloc on March 29 but the current date of Brexit is likely to be April 12.

New Samsung Galaxy launch: Samsung is all set to launch its latest Galaxy A90 in Bangkok on today. The latest Samsung smartphone is likely to come with sliding-rotating camera. Samsung will be live streaming the launch event on its social media platforms.

Rahul Gandhi nomination: Congress president Rahul Gandhi will be filing his nomination from Amethi today and will hold road show in the constituency. He will be contesting from two Lok Sabha seats this general elections. On April 4, the Congress chief filed his nomination from Wayanad. His mother Sonia Gandhi will also be filing her nomination from Rae Bareli on Wednesday.

Legality of electoral bonds: The Supreme Court will take up the issue on legality of electoral bonds on April 10. On April 5, the apex court, refused to grant an interim stay on the operation of electoral bond schemes. The petitioner ADR alleged that 95 per cent of the bonds are being given to the ruling party.

Published on April 10, 2019

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