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Murder case hearing against Dera chief begins via video conferencing; to continue on Monday

The murder case proceedings against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh started today. The trial for two separate murder cases against Gurmeet began today in a special CBI court in Panchkula. Heavy security cover was provided to avoid any misadventure and nuisance by Dera followers and other anti-social elements. Due to security reasons, Gurmeet was not brought to ... Read More »

Tata Sons planning to convert into a private company; Mistry’s family opposes move

Tata Sons is the holding company of all major companies of the Tata group and now there are plans to convert Tata Sons into a private limited company. The company has informed all shareholders about the same and has requested their approval. The matter would be taken up during the company’s annual general meeting on September 21. If majority of ... Read More »

Setback for Sharif, as Pakistan Supreme Court dismisses review petition

In yet another setback for ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif, the country’s Supreme Court has rejected his review petition. Sharif was disqualified after the court had found him involved in irregularities. However, after his disqualification, Sharif had launched various rallies across Pakistan to get the support of the people of Pakistan. He had even questioned the decision of the ... Read More »

Government stumped after receiving GST credit claims worth 65,000 crore

Newspatrolling: Just a few days back, it was announced with much jubilation that Rs 95,000 crore has been received as GST for July with 64 per cent compliance. However, the government is now flummoxed as it has received credit claims worth Rs 65,000 crore from traders under GST. If all of these credit claims are found genuine, it would majorly ... Read More »

North Korea’s latest missile test divides world countries

After North Korea conducted yet another missile test, world countries seemed divided, as they pointed fingers at each other. The United States said that the responsibility to control North Korea will be on China and Russia, both of whom have close relations with North Korea. Earlier, Russia had said that any misadventure by North Korea would be United States responsibility ... Read More »

Driving License to be linked to Aadhaar soon

Bringing yet another key system under the Aadhaar, the government said that driving licenses will soon be linked to Aadhaar. The announcement was made by Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. However, the minister did not specify exactly when the driving license-Aadhaar linking would be completed. The minister’s statement comes even when the Supreme Court is yet to decide on the ... Read More »

Haryana government to take over Ryan’s management; recommends CBI inquiry

After the death of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur, the Haryana government has decided that it will take over the management of the Ryan International School in Gurgaon for a period of three months. The announcement was made today by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. The chief minister also met the family of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur. Khattar said that he is ... Read More »

Bomb explosion hits London underground

Britain has become the target of terror attacks in recent times and people are worrying if its vibrant minority population has something to do with it. In yet another terrorist attack in London, the city’s underground train was hit by a bomb blast. The bomb blast took place on a District Line train leaving the Parsons Green station in Southwest ... Read More »

Suzuki bullish on India; to invest 3800 crore for third car plant in Gujarat

Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corp announced today that it would be investing close to Rs 3,800 crore to build its third car production plant in Gujarat. The company also said that it will invest another Rs 1,150 crore for a different plant that will be used for manufacturing lithium-ion batteries. This production line will be opened jointly in partnership with Toshiba ... Read More »

CPI-Maoist claims no role in murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh

The banned organization Communist Party of India (Maoist) said today that it has no role in the killing of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh. After denying its role in the killing, the CPI-Maoist further said that the act was committed by the Sangh Parivar. The CPI-Maoist said that the act was committed by “Brahmanical Hindu-fascist goons of Sangh Parivar led by ... Read More »

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