A huge fire at the Kamgar Hospital at Marol MIDC in Mumbai leaves 6 dead, 28 critical and 145 injured

News Snippets

  • Government plans to change laws to make Aadhar voluntary to open a bank account or get a mobile connection
  • MP CM Kamal Nath says that incentives will be given only to those companies that hire a minimum of 70% of their manpower from local people of the state
  • Chhattisgarh CM says SIT will be set up to probe the Bastar massacre which killed top Congress leaders in the state in May 2013
  • Farm loan waiver spree: Both Kamal Nath, MP CM and Bhupesh Baghel, Chhattisgarh CM, waive loans given to farmers
  • Government expands Ujjwala scheme, in which free LPG connection was till now provided to BPL families, to include all poor families
  • Former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar gets life imprisonment in the 1984 Sikh massacre case in Delhi
  • India will host the Maldives President Ibrahim Solih on a three-day state visit from today
  • Triple talaq bill to be placed in LS today
  • Trains suspended, highways closed as separatists plan stir at Army camp in J&K
  • M K Stalin proposes Rahul Gandhi as leader of united front of opposition parties
  • Bhupesh Baghel to be Chhattisgarh CM, to take oath on Monday
  • NGT orders reopening of Sterlite's Tuticorin plant. TN may challenge the order in SC
  • Bengal government denies permission to BJP to hold a rath yatra in the state, citing adverse intelligence reports about chances of communal disturbances
  • Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge, chairman of PAC, says AG and CAG would be summoned before the committe over Rafale deal. Majority of other members refuse to toe the line
  • Congress high command still not able to decide on Chhattisgarh CM, may announce the name tomorrow
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