Top 5 News Headlines Of The Week That You Shouldn’t Miss

Top 5 News Headlines Of The Week That You Shouldn’t Miss

Stay tuned, stay abreast about events and incidences that happen around you. Read the week’s top news headlines here at Apzo Media:

  1. TEMPERATURE BREAKS RECORDS IN MAHARASHTRA. 5 PEOPLE DIE WITH HEAT BLOW- The summers has not even completely their and incidences of heat strokes are already making headlines. Where temperature reaches 44.8 degrees, other areas also remain largely affected. Talking about heat strokes, in Bhubaneswar, first three cases of death due to heat blow have been recorded. Where in Maharashtra, quite shockingly, 5 people have dies of heat strokes. The reason is said to be the shocking rise in temperature that reached above 40 in the month of March. Central and North regions of Maharashtra have been largely affected as they are the most hit areas. 
  2. CONGRATS TO HYDERABAD FOR BECOMING INDIA’S FIRST GIGA CIYT- Good news for Indians, especially people of Hyderabad as the city is announced to be India’s first Giga City. ISP, Act Fibernet has announced the launch of 1Gbps broadband internet fast spend service in the city. The firm has invested about 100 crores in the technology. 
  3. VIRAT KOHLI IS HONOURED WITH PADMA SHIR AWARD- Padma Awards were distributed at Rashtapati Bhavan, by President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday. Where Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli along with 74 other personalities was awarded with Padma Shir Award. While Udupi Ramachandra, Mural Manohar Joshi, KJ Yesudas, Sharad Pawar, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Sundar Lal Patwa received Padma Vibhushan. 
  4. SACHIN TENDULKAR LAUNCHES A FAN APP- Good news for Sachin Tendulkar’s fans, as the cricketer has launched a new fan app called ‘100MB’. The App is basically a fans engagement app, where Sachin Tendulkar’s fans can follow him via his personal app. 

PAYMENT SYSTEMS LIKE RTGS AND NEFT SHALL REMAIN CLOSED ON APRIL 1ST As the annual closing day arrives RBI has announced to close all payment systems on 1st of April. There will not be any restriction on the transactions via debit and credit card.