Evening News Headlines (April 28, 2017)

* 7th Pay Commission: Fitment Committee seeks 45 days’ time to submit final report.

* Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik reaches Utkal University to attend Students’ Annual Function.

* Centre revises MGNREGA wage by Rs 1 in UP, Bihar; Rs 2 in Tamil Nadu, Odisha.

* A Maoist’s body was found 500 metres from the site of Sukma Attack. At least 10 Naxals were reportedly killed by CRPF Jawans on that day.

* Chhattisgarh Assembly unanimously passes GST Bill.

* Pellet gun case: AG Mukul Rohatgi told Supreme Court that Centre won’t talk to people who are separatist leaders in J&K.

* National Think tank ranks Karnataka India’s most corrupt state, Himachal Pradesh the least.

* Delhi won’t have Holidays on Birth or Death Anniversary of eminent personalities, says Manish Sisodia.

* India’s first athletic meet for transgenders organised by Kerala Govt in Thiruvananthapuram.

* German parliament votes in favour of partial burqa ban; public servants can’t wear veil in Germany.

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