July 5, 2015- News Headlines
July 5, 2015- News Headlines- India
• UGC asks all vice chancellors to ensure display of detailed fee structure and other expenses on institutes’ websites
• Flood alert in 6 districts of Assam for the next 24 hours
• Met department warns Uttarakhand of heavy rains, including Chaar Dhaam Yatra Routes
• Indian Mens hockey team to play against Great Britain in Belgium in the evening today, in the Hockey World League Semi Final
• PM Narendra Modi to hold a digital talk with tech enthusiasts today
• PM extends his wishes to the people of Algeria on the occasion of their Independence Day
• NCP Chief Sharad Pawar gives reasoning for turning down underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s offer to return to India, says the offer was conditional and not viable
• Women candidates get top four positions in the UPSC results declared
• One third rural households depend on manual labor and are landless, reports the government data on Socioeconomic and Caste Census
July 5, 2015- News Headlines- World
• The royal family celebrates as Princess Charlotte gets christened at Sandrigham, Norfolk- the same church where Princess Diana was christened- amidst happy crowds
• Hollywood actress and model Diana Douglas, mother of actor Micheal Douglas, dies at the age of 92 after a long battle with cancer in L A
• State of emergency declared in Tunisia, a week after the terror attack at a beach in Sousse that killed 38 tourists, mainly Britons.
• Video released by IS apparently, shows 25 men killed in a shoot out in the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria
• U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accuses China of hacking commercial secrets and government information
• The Australian fast bowler takes an early retirement due to a knee injury
• Topou VI, king of Pacific island nation Tonga, formally crowned more than three years after ascending to the throne
• Chile wins the Copa America title for the first time, defeating 14 time winner Argentina 4-1 on penalties.
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