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  1. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, media, the mayor and fire chief will visit Fort McMurray to assess damage due to wildfires there. Notley has warned of dramatic images that might upset evacuees. The fires have affected an area of 1,600km. Wildfires are only 30 to 40km away from Saskatchewan. Meanwhile, no date for return of residents has been set. About $54 million has been donated to Red Cross.
  2. New names might emerge in the Panama Papers case including about 625 Canadians. As many as 200,000 more offshore account holders or the wealthy will be named today online. New Zealand is also being named as a prime place for stashing away money.
  3. The controversial Ontario Daycare law is being changed.
  4. Residents have received the 2016 census forms that can be filled online also.
  5. Under a new bill those going to USA would be able to clear US customs here in Canada.
  6. The sole $429million Powerball lottery was sold in New Jersey, USA but no one has claimed it yet.
  7. Mexican drug lord El Chapo has been sent to Mexico’s worst jail.
  8. North Korean leader has said in future it will conduct more nuclear tests, according to KCNA. UN has already slapped economic sanctions on the country.
  9. In a massive fire in Egypt 81 people have been injured.
  10. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in Turkey. Sharif has said in coming days trade between the two countries will increase.
  11. Pakistani stocks closed record high and index crossed the 36,000 level for the first time and reached 261.30 points.
  12. The issue of F-16 was presented to the visiting US Commander to Pakistan.
  13. Senior BJP leaders Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley not only BJP presented Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degrees but also gave photocopies to media. But AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal says they are fake.
  14. In Uttarakhand, Supreme Court of India has barred nine disqualified MLAs from participating in floor test. According to SC orders Chief Minister Harish Rawat must prove his majority in a floor test tomorrow.
  15. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has said that he is receiving life threats. Congress has talked to the home minister in this regard.
  16. Akali Dal has said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar government must investigate death of a teenager killed allegedly by a JDU legislator’s son – Rocky Yadav.
  17. A government official was brutally attacked with a butcher’s knife in Ludhiana in a road rage case.
  18. In four Punjab jails drugs, mobile phones and a large amount of money were found in raids.
  19. A jealous cousin of 14-year-old Jaskirat Singh planned his kidnapping and murder.
  20. Congress Punjab leader Capt Amarinder Singh has said he never defended Jagdish Tytler.
  21. AAP leader Gurpreet Ghuggi said Nehu has been made India’s ‘chacha’ and Gandhi as ‘bapu’ but freedom fighters like Kartar Singh Sarabha and Bhagat Singh are his fathers.
  22. In Buxar, Akali Dal members allegedly attacked AAP candidate.
  23. Punjab’s Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal is in China and has promised to bring big investment in the province, and set up a cycle factory. In Ludhiana about 300 acres of land has been allocated. The investment will create about 4.5 million jobs.
  24. On Amritsar airport, an impersonator dressed as a customs officer was found taking money from passengers.
  25. Patiala police has claimed it has solved the kidnapping case of eight-year-old Sanvi Gupta. Not only the girl has been recovered but two engineering graduates have been arrested in this case.
  26. In IPL, RCB skipper Virat Kohli has set two new records. Besides hitting two centuries in a single edition of IPL, he also hit an unbeaten 100 against Gujrat. He not only broke the record of Chris Gayle but by scoring 541 runs in eight games he also broke the record of Sachin Tendulkar.
  27. Bowling legend Wasim Akram has criticized former Pakistani players for not coming ahead and coaching youngsters.


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