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Delhi poll tremors push markets down

Delhi elections results are going to be declared on Tuesday but the effects of exit polls after Saturday’s vote are being felt in the markets. The S&P BSE Sensex closed 491

Manic Monday takes Indian stocks market down

It is manic Monday today on the stocks market despite monsoon being good at over 25% more than month’s average. The benchmark BSE Sensex tumbled over 535 points and the NSE Nifty slid below t

Morning briefings: Mobile number portability comes into effect

From today mobile phone users will be able to retain their numbers when they relocate to any part of the country even if they change operators as full mobile number portability (MNP) has come into

Morning briefings: Woman cop, who was recruited through MP Vyapam, found dead near police academy in Sagar

Trainee Sub Inspector Anamika Kushwaha, who was recruited through Vyapam, found dead near Madhya Pradesh police academy in Sagar. Her body was found in a lake. Anamika Kushwaha was recruited throug

Morning briefing: Modi in Russia for BRICS & SCO summits, to meet Xi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here at Ufa (Russia) today on a three-day visit to attend the BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summits. During his visit he is expected to meet C

Morning briefings: PM Modi`s meeting on land bill today, oppn CMs skip it

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a meeting of NITI Aayog`s governing council, of which all chief ministers are a part, with the land acquisition Bill as the main agenda. However, the chief m

Morning briefing: PM`s Jammu visit triggers Pak firing, woman killed

Ahead of prime minister Narendra Modi`s visit to Jammu tomorrow (July 17), Pakistani Rangers resorted to heavy shelling on the Indian forward posts and civilian areas that left a 42-year-old woman

Evening digest: Kejriwal asks Bassi to give list of constables with mobile numbers

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday asked Police Commissioner BS Bassi to provide details regarding crime against women in the national capital."We asked Bassi to give us details on

Morning briefing: AAP, TMC, Left join Congress boycott of Lok Sabha

In a show of solidarity, nine opposition parties — Trinamool Congress, CPI(M), CPI, JD(U), RJD, NCP, RSP, Muslim League and Aam Aadmi Party — have decided to boycott the Lok Sabha for t

Insurance major rescues Indian Oil from slipping on manic Monday

Disinvestment secretary Aradhana Johri said it was a very difficult day. “Still we are happy to have got the value despite huge volatility,” she said. She should be happy as the governm

Morning briefing: Hardik Patel calls for Gujarat bandh, Whatsapp and SMS suspended to contain rumour mongering

Patels community leader Hardik Patel has called for a bandh in Gujarat today. In a late night message on WhatsApp, he also said, "I make an appeal to maintain peace and keep calm." 

Morning briefing: Indirect tax mopup surges 36.7% in August to Rs 54,396 crore

Indirect tax collection maintained its bumper pace in August, supporting the view that the economy can do better than the below expectation 7 per cent growth recorded in the first quarter of the cu

Morning briefing: Embarrassed Kejriwal asks Somnath Bharti to surrender

Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that his party MLA Somnath Bharti is becoming an `embarrassment` for the party and his family. Asking Bharti to surr

Morning briefing: Promises in poll manifesto not legally enforceable, says supreme court

Tall promises made by political parties in their election manifestos got legal sanction as the Supreme Court on Monday refused to tie parties down to their grandiose claims. Refusing to entertain a

Morning briefing: Ghulam Ali invited by Delhi after Mumbai concert is cancelled

The Arvind Kejriwal government has invited Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali to perform in the national capital after his concert in Mumbai was cancelled due to Shiv Sena protests, saying "music has

Evening digest: Kejriwal sacks his minister over corruption charge

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday sacked food and civil supplies minister Asim Ahmed Khan over corruption charges. Khan was sacked for allegedly demanding money from a professor. &ldqu

Morning briefing: Incidents like Dadri and Ghulam Ali are really sad, says prime minister

Prime minister Narendra Modi has spoken for the first time on the mob killing of a Muslim in Uttar Pradesh`s Dadri over rumours that he had beef in his house."Incidents like Dadri and Ghulam A

Morning briefing: Opposition submits notice for debate in parliament against ‘intolerance’

In the run-up to the winter session of Parliament, opposition parties have started a coordinated effort to demand a debate on the issue of "growing intolerance" and passage of a resolutio

Morning briefing: 7th pay commission report today, staff observing protest day

The 7th pay commission will submit its report to the government at 7.30 pm today. The recommendations of the commission have to be implemented with effect from 1 January 2016 and are likely to furt

Morning briefing: RBI governor worried about drop in public and private investments

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) chief Raghuram Rajan said on Friday that a drop in public and private investments were the main concerns he had about the country`s economic growth. Speaking in Hong

Morning briefing: Two-day special sitting of parliament from today

In a tribute to BR Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian constitution, the parliament is having a special sitting today and tomorrow (Thursday and Friday), marking Constitution Day. The two-day eve

Evening digest: Venkaiah Naidu bats for women`s quota bill, uniform civil code

Union parliamentary affairs minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said political parties must reach a conclusion on the long-pending women`s reservation bill and attacked the Congress over the allege

Morning briefing: Odd-even formula will continue till January 15, HC not to interfere

The Delhi high court has decided not to interfere with the Delhi government`s odd-even formula. The scheme will thus run till Friday (January 15). The court did ask the Delhi government to take car

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