Top Stories 11 am, Mar 1: Trump condemns Kansas shooting in first presidential address; First look of M.A. Chinnaswamy pitch; Students to begin school 8 months after Burhan Wani's killing

From Trump condemning Kansas shooting in his first presidential address to students in J&K to begin school 8 months after Burhan Wani's killing, here are the top stories of 11 am

Donald Trump condemns Kansas shooting in first presidential address to US Congress

United States President Donald Trump on March 1 made his first address the joint session of the U.S Congress. In what was being labeled as Trump’s, “biggest speech yet,” the President spoke about a number of issues including the Kansas shooting that claimed lives of an Indian techie took place last week. He also received a standing ovation and was greeted with a huge round of applause when he mentioned that his administration was making efforts to radical Islamism. Read More

India v Australia 2nd Test 2017: First look of M.A. Chinnaswamy, Bengaluru

After India’s horrendous loss to Australia in the first Test at Pune in the high-octane 4-match Test series, the pitch of Pune has come under a lot of flak from all corners. Lately, the match referee also touted it as a pitch which is not fit to host a game, a big setback to the MCA officials for sure. Now, India already find themselves in a position where they are trailing in the Border-Gavaskar trophy. Now, all eyes will be on the Chinnaswamy pitch, the players, team staff and everybody will want to have a close look at the pitch. Read More

J&K: Students all set to begin school 8 months after Burhan Wani’s killing

Almost eight months after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter causing massive unrest in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the students across the state are all set to return to the school that were shut due to the chaos in the valley. Burhan Wani along with his two colleagues Sartaj Ahmed and Parvaiz Ahmed were killed in south Kashmir’s Kokernag on July 8. The killings triggered longest-ever agitation that claimed lives of 100 persons and wounded more than 15,000 people. Read More