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    Tata Steel down by 3.35 pc to Rs 385.20

    Mumbai: Tata Steel on Thursday slid by 3.35 per cent to Rs 385.20 to be the top losers in the 30 scrips index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Other losers were Bharti Airtel by 2.52 per cent to Rs 426.26, Yes Bank 2.43 per cent to Rs 64.25, ONGC by 1.98 per cent to Rs 131 and ITC by 1.96 per cent to Rs 245.70. The gainers were Hind Unilever by 1.15 per cent to Rs 2049.50, L & T by 0.89 per cent to Rs...

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    2 dead, 2 others injured as hyva hits bike in Palamu

    Daltonganj, Couple of men lost their lives while two others were injured as a bike on which they were travelling was hit by a speeding hyva on the Japla main road near Kharad village under Hussainabad Police Station area of the Palamu district. Police said that the four men were travelling on a single bike and were going to Japla railway station to catch a train when they were hit by the...

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    Nepal PM Oli rejigs Cabinet

    Kathmandu, Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has reshuffled his Cabinet, dropping six ministers and three state ministers, and inducting new faces to replace them. Pushpa Kamal Dahal, co-chair of ruling Nepal Communist Party alongside Prime Minister Oli, will now be executive chairman of the party while K P Sharma Oli will continue in his Singha Durbar office and run the government, The Kathmandu Post reported. The...

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    Four Indian-origin ministers in new Canada govt

    Ottawa, Four Indian-origin persons figured in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new 36-member cabinet. The cabinet Trudeau unveiled on Wednesday features seven new faces. Among them is Anita Anand, Minister of public services and procurement. The Liberal Party website describes Anand as a scholar, lawyer and mother of four.

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    Former Sri Lanka president sworn in as Prime Minister

    Colombo, Sri Lanka's former president Mahinda Rajapaksa was sworn in as the country's new prime minister in front of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat in capital Colombo on Thursday. Rajapaksa, ruling as the president from 2005 to 2015, took oaths as the prime minister a day after leader of the former ruling United National Party resigned from the post,...

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    Cong demands JPC probe into electoral bonds scheme, calls for detailed discussion in both Houses of Parliament

    New Delhi, Continuing its attack on the Government on the electoral bonds scheme, the Congress on Thursday demanded an enquiry by a Joint Parliamentary Committee into the Electoral bonds scheme and said that it will continue to strive for a detailed discussion on the issue in both the Houses of Parliament. Addressing a press conference...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    India takes up fee waiver issue on Kartarpur pilgrims with Pakistan

    New Delhi, India has taken up with Pakistan the issue of the waiver of US $ 20 fee being levied on each pilgrim for each visit to Kartarpur. At his weekly media briefing here on Thursday, External Affairs Ministry's official spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that since the past many days India has taken up the issue of fee being levied by Pakistan unilaterally on each...

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    2-day conference of Governors and Lt. Governors from Nov 23

    New Delhi, President Ram Nath Kovind will preside over a two-day Conference of Governors and Lt. Governors on November 23 and 24 at Rashtrapati Bhavan here. This will be the 50th such conference to be held in Rashtrapati Bhavan and the third to be presided over by President Kovind. According to an official release here, the two-day conference will discuss important thematic issues in...

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    Amit Shah's announcement of NRC makes tribal parties happy in Tripura, CPI (M) opposed it

    Agartala: The tribal based parties in Tripura, including, ruling BJP's ally the IPFT welcomed Union Home Minister Amit Shah's announcement to carry out National Register of Citizenship (NRC) throughout the country, BJP and Congress remained non- committal and CPI (M) opposed it. The IPFT leaders said large scale influx from neghibouring Bangladesh...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Owaisi says on the demand of Assam government on NRC - Khoda Pahad, a rat turned out !

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has once again reiterated in Parliament that the Modi government will implement NRC across the country. After this statement, demand has been made towards the Assam government that the current list of NRC is canceled. On which politics has started, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has targeted the central government.

    • 11 hrs ago

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