Live Breaking News Headlines & Updates, April 19, 2019: IPL 2019 | RCB Defeat KKR by 10 Runs

In another run feast at the IPL, the RCB posted a 214-run total against KKR. The chase fell 10 runs short, with Bangalore picking their second win in the tournament. Check full scorecard here.

Allahabad High Court has sought the Congress' reply on a PIL challenging the Nyay Scheme promised by the party in Lok Sabha elections 2019 manifesto.

Women in Congress won't feel safe: BJP after Priyanka Chaturvedi quits.

BJP releases statement over the remarks made against late Hemant Karkare by BJP LS candidate for Bhopal, Pragya Thakur; says, "BJP considers him a martyr. This is Sadhvi Pragya's personal statement which she might have given because of the mental & physical torture she had faced".

AAP leader Gopal Rai on alliance with Congress: Today also we have again given a chance, people of the country want that. We have given Congress a last chance to think it over, let's see what happens.

Mulayam Singh Yadav is not fake OBC like PM Modi said Mayawati.

"People must elect the true leader of the backward classes – Mulayam Singh Yadav, in this election," said Mayawati.

'Vote for Samajwadi Party's Mulayam Singh Yadav in Mainpur' said BSP chief Mayawati.

Mayawati and Mulayam Singh Yadav share stage first time after 1993.

Priyanka Chaturvedi will join Shiv Sena today said Says Sanjay Raut.

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New Delhi, April 19: On Thursday, India announced suspension of trade across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir from Friday. Reports inform that the decision was taken as the route was being misused by Pakistan-based elements to send weapons and illegal currency to fuel terrorism and separatism in this country.

According to reports by IANS, the government said the decision, taken more than a month after withdrawing the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status granted to Pakistan, will be revisited after stricter regulatory mechanisms are put in place to ensure that "only bonafide trade" takes place, benefitting the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Meanwhile, a voter turnout of 66 per cent was recorded in 95 Lok Sabha constituencies across 12 states and a Union Territory in the second phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Reports inform that polling was marred by stray incidents of violence in West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir and EVM glitches in seven states. Srinagar constituency in Jammu and Kashmir witnessed the lowest polling at 13. 43 percent while the highest was recorded in Puducherry at 80 per cent.

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