11:00 PM: Former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal has been arrested by the the Enforcement Directorate in money laundering case.

9:15 PM: Hurriyat’s Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and other separatists to attend ‘Pakistan Day’ event in Pakistan High Commission (Delhi) on March 23.

9:00 PM: BJP MLA Ganesh Joshi breaks horse’s leg during protest in Uttarakhand; case filed against lawmaker.

8:00 PM: A spinning wheel manufacturing unit’s director Vashram Patel found dead in premises, near Gandhi Ashram-Ahmedabad.

7:45 PM: Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha adjourned till tomorrow.

4: 40 PM: UAE fighter jet crashed in Yemen, 2 pilots killed.

4: 15 PM: 117 Maoist supporters, including 34 women and 14 Militias surrender before police in Odisha’s Malkangiri district.

3: 10 PM: Haryana Cong protest outside Vidhan Sabha over Satluj-Yamuna link canal issue,boycott first day of state budget session.

 

2: 40 PM: Ethics committee of Rajya Sabha to meet today at 4.30 PM at Annexe Building Parliament.

1: 05 PM: Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2:00 PM.

11: 35 AM: Chhagan Bhujbal arrives at ED office in Mumbai.

 

10: 40 AM: Rahul Gandhi gives adjournment motion in Lok Sabha on crop damage issue due to hailstorm.

10: 35 AM: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to direct MEA to secure immediate release of 96 fishermen and 82 fishing boats.

9: 45 AM: Congress to raise issue of crop damage due to hailstorm, in Lok Sabha today.

9: 20 AM: Parliament Ethics Panel sends notice to Rahul Gandhi seeking his response on why he declared himself as British citizen.

9: 00 AM: Chhagan Bhujbal will have to appear before ED today for questioning in money laundering case related to Maharashtra Sadan scam.

8: 35 AM: Congress gives notice in Rajya Sabha over Vijay Mallya issue.

Ankara, Mar 14: A suicide car bomb ripped through a busy square in central Ankara, killing at least 34 people and wounding 125, officials have said, the latest in a spate of deadly attacks to hit Turkey. The blast yesterday at a bus stop near Kizilay square is the second major attack in the heart of the Turkish capital in less than a month, after a suicide car bombing on February 17 targeting the military that killed 29 people, claimed by a dissident faction of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

The fact that militants were able to strike again so soon in an area close to the prime minister’s office, parliament and foreign embassies will raise fresh questions about Turkey’s ability to manage the twin security threat posed by the Islamic State group (IS) and Kurdish rebels. Health minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu said the blast had killed 34 people and wounded 125 others, 19 of them seriously.

“Thirty people were killed on the spot and four others died in hospital,” Muezzinoglu said after a meeting of ministers and security officials called by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu after the blast.