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  • The government decides to decriminalize more than two-thirds of penal sections in the Companies Act
  • Muslim groups tell the Supreme Court that they want the Babri Masjid to be restored
  • Muslim groups claim that while they were asked questions in court, Hindus were not questioned
  • Postpaid mobile services restored in Jammu & Kashmir from today, but still no internet
  • Abhijit Banerjee, an Indian-American currently a professor at MIT, wins the 2019 Noble prize in economics jointly with two others
  • Industrial output slumps in August as the IIP shrinks by 1.1%
  • Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping watch a cultural show at the Shore Temple in Mamallapuram
  • J&K administration lifts the ban on entry of tourists in the Valley, but it remains doubtful how many will visit without being able to use mobile phones and internet
  • After Sena asks members to support the BJP candidate in Kalyan, 26 party corporators and 300 members resign setting off a crisis
  • The Centre sets up a 12-member committee to suggest systemic changes in the GST structure to improve compliance and collection, prevent misuse and evasion and rationalize rates and slabs
  • In line with the RBI outlook on the Indian economy, rating firm Moody's also downgrades growth forecast from 6.8% to 5.8% this year, saying the economy is experiencing a pronounced slowdown
  • HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh says the financial system in India does not offer foolproof security for misuse of the savings of the common man
  • Shivinder Singh and Malvinder Singh, promoters of Ranbaxy and Fortis, arrested for their role in Religare Finvest scam
  • Supreme Court says marriage can be dissolved if it has broken down irretrievably
  • DA of Central government staff hiked by 5% to 17%
Sourav Ganguly is the new president of BCCI, says conflict of interest is a big concern
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Dharmendra Is The New Social Media Darling

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Sunil Garodia By our team of in-house writers.

People are talking about how actor Dharmendra candidly admitted on Twitter that his MP wife Hema Malini looked like an "anari" while trying to sweep the forecourt of Parliament as part of the photo-op for Swacch Bharat Abhiyan. People were bowled over by his candour when he admitted that he was quite adept at the cleanliness routine as he used to help his mother during childhood.

People say Dharmendra is an honest and frank person who does not shy away from calling a spade a spade. People say that when his son Sunny got the ticket to fight the elections from Gurdaspur in Punjab, the actor was quick to admit in public that his son could not debate and was not an ideal candidate. People say that it is a rare quality in the world today.

People are also amused that Dharmendra thought it fit to apologize for his anari tweet. This, they say, shows the power a wife wields. In a tweet, Dharmendra has done "tauba tauba" and promised not to do it again, wondering how his jharu tweet could get so much attention. People say both the tweets have made Dharmendra the current darling of social media.