News Snippets

  • PFI's political wing, the SDPI is on EC radar and action will follow soon if discrepancies are detected
  • Ashok Gehlot to meet Sonia Gandhi today, says all issues will be sorted out soon
  • Referring to the PFI ban, most Muslim organizations ask the government to take similar action against right wings organizations like the RSS, Bajrang Dal, VHP and the like
  • The banned Popular Front of India has said that it has dissolved all its units and abides by the decision of the government
  • Calcutta HC directed all illegal appointees in government schools (in the SSC scam) to resign by November 7 or face punishment
  • Senior advocate R Venkataramani has been appointed the next Attorney General after incumbent K K Venugopal's term ends on september 30
  • Calcutta HC says the Duare (doorstep) ration scheme of Bengal government is illegal
  • Vodafone-Idea warned by tower companies to clear dues or face blocking of signals from November
  • Rupee ends at 81.94 per dollar
  • Stocks tumble again on Wednesday: Sensex loses 509 points to 56598 and Nifty 148 points to 16858
  • India beats South Africa by 8 wickets in the first T20, Bowlers restrict the Africans to just 106 and then K L Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav take India home. Kolhi fails again
  • Another round of raids was conducted across India against the PFI: 250 persons were arrested
  • The National Medical Commission had issued guidelines that hair transplants will henceforth be done only in proper hostipals by trained RMPs and not in the thousandsof hair clinics that are mushrooming all over the country
  • This years' Dadasaheb Phalke award will be conferred upon Asha Parekh
  • In a setback to the Uddhav Thackeray faction, the Supreme Court left it to the Election Commission to decide which faction was the 'real' Shiv Sena
In a landmark order, Supreme Court rules that all women, married or unmarried, are entitled to safe and legal abortion up to 24 weeks of pregnancy as per the MTP Act
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