News at a glance: April 4, 2018

News at a glance: April 4, 2018

Here are the top headlines:

Tejashwi Yadav dares BJP to chargesheet him, says CBI can't be used to intimidate him
Tejashwi Yadav, who has been very vocal in his attack on the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar tweeted, ''From state assembly to streets, I have openly dared Sushil Kumar Modi (Bihar DyCM) to tell CBI to chargesheet me.

Top Dubai security official tears into Pakistanis, says Gulf communities under threat
Highlighting a recent increase in the number of Pakistanis peddling drugs into Dubai, a high-ranking Emirati security official has said that members of the Gulf communities are under serious threat.

Kids are born transgender because their moms wear jeans: Kerala 'teacher'
A self-styled student counsellor in Kerala has said that if a woman wears jeans, her child will be transgender. He also said autism in children is caused by a rebellious streak in their parents.

J&K cop narrates verses from Quran to deter deadly Hizbul terrorist from violence
The parents of a Hizbul terrorist and the cops involved in an encounter in south Kashmir's Anantnag district desperately tried for six hours to convince him to surrender before he was finally eliminated.

CWG 2018 from today: India re-focus after close shave with doping
India finished fifth in Glasgow four years ago with 64 medals - 15 Gold, 30 Silver and 19 Bronze. But where that result hurt was that the gold count was 23 less than the previous edition and the lowest since 2002.