News Snippets

  • Ministry of External Affairs said that China is building bridges in the areas occupied by it in Pangong
  • India tells Western nations that there is no global shortage of wheat so it should not name India alone as the country has suffered setback in production due to the heatwave in March
  • RBI has slashed the dividend it pays to the Centre by 70% to Rs 30307 cr. Last year it had paid Rs 99132cr
  • Probe panel says that the Telangana encounter of 4 rape accused was staged
  • A Mathura court says that the Mathura Shahi Idgah case does not fall under the Places of Worship Act
  • Calcutta HC says CBI cannot be asked to probe each and every matter
  • CBI files fresh case of corruption against Lalu Prasad and family for scams when he was railway minister
  • Jet Airways likely to begin commercial operations in September
  • In a day of assured trading on Friday, bulls make a comeback: Sensex rises 1534 points to 54326 to recover all losses of the earlier session, Nifty rises 456 points to 16266
  • IPL: Ashwin scores a quick-fire 40 to take Rajasthan Royals home against CSK and ensures top two finish
  • Supreme Court sentences Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu to one year rigorous imprisonment in the 1988 road rage case
  • Home Minister Amit Shah says rights should not be demanded before fulfilling responsibilities and that universities are no place to wage ideological battles
  • NIA court convicts JKLF chief Yasin Malik in terror funding case after he pleads guilty of all charges
  • A study backed by PM-EAC has recommended universal basic income and urban job guarantee and greater spend on social sector schemes
  • Supreme Court rules that the decisions of the GST Council are not binding on the Centre and the states, leaving the door open for states to levy further taxes
Supreme Court transfers Gyanvapi case to Varanasi district judge
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