• PMC Bank scam: Depositors stage protest near RBI headquarters
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    PMC Bank scam: Depositors stage protest near RBI headquarters

    Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank depositors held protest on October 19. The protest was held near the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) headquarters in Mumbai. Speaking to ANI, a protestor held RBI responsible for the bank scam. So far, three people have died amid the crisis that has hit the

  • India, China to establish high-level dialogue mechanism to boost trade ties
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    India, China to establish high-level dialogue mechanism to boost trade ties

    During the recently held India-China informal meeting in the coastal town of Mamallapuram in South India, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Modi had focused on ways to maintain peace and tranquillity on borders and agreed to work upon all differences that may lead to conflict, apart from

  • India-China must have timely strategic communication, not let differences evolve into disputes: Chinese envoy
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    India-China must have timely strategic communication, not let differences evolve into disputes: Chinese envoy

    During the recently held India-China informal meeting in the coastal town of Mamallapuram in South India, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had focused on ways to maintain peace and tranquillity on borders and agreed to work upon all differences that may lead to conflict,

  • PMC Bank scam: Depositors stage protest near RBI headquarters
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    PMC Bank scam: Depositors stage protest near RBI headquarters

    Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank depositors held protest on October 19. The protest was held near the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) headquarters in Mumbai. Speaking to ANI, a protestor held RBI responsible for the bank scam. So far, three people have died amid the crisis that has hit the

  • IndiGo inaugurates flights from Kolkata to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City
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    IndiGo inaugurates flights from Kolkata to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City

    India's largest passenger carrier IndiGo on Friday commenced direct daily operations between Kolkata and Ho Chi Minh City, the commercial capital of Vietnam. While speaking to ANI, IndiGo's Associate Director, Arvind Bhandari said, "We are launching our second flight to Vietnam. Our first

  • India and Philippines sign four agreements in Manila
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    India and Philippines sign four agreements in Manila

    India and Philippines signed four agreements covering maritime domain, security, tourism, science and technology and culture. President Ram Nath Kovind led the delegation level talks with President of Philippines Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. President Ram Nath Kovind in Philippines's Manila stated

  • Caught on camera: Teacher thrashes student in Bengaluru's Basaveshwara College
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    Caught on camera: Teacher thrashes student in Bengaluru's Basaveshwara College

    A video showing a teacher mercilessly thrashing a student in the classroom has gone viral on social media. The entire incident was captured on a mobile phone by another student. The incident took place a few days back at Basaveshwara College in Rajajinagar near Yeshwanthpur in Bengaluru. In the video

  • 2.6 kg gold worth Rs 1 crore seized from Chennai airport
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    2.6 kg gold worth Rs 1 crore seized from Chennai airport

    Around 2.6 kg gold worth Rs 1 crore was recovered by the Commissioner of Customs in Tamil Nadu's Chennai on October 17. The gold was seized at the Chennai International Airport. An unknown amount of US dollars was also seized by the customs department. Further investigation is underway.

  • All 3 bodies recovered from coal mine in Asansol
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    All 3 bodies recovered from coal mine in Asansol

    National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team recovered all three bodies that got trapped in coal mine in Asansol's Kulti area. The incident occurred on October 13, when four people allegedly tried to dig the mine illegally, during which three got trapped inside it. The coal mine reportedly consists

  • I and Kantilal Bhuria have reached age where we should retire from politics: Digvijaya Singh
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    I and Kantilal Bhuria have reached age where we should retire from politics: Digvijaya Singh

    While addressing an event in Madhya Pradesh's Alirajpur on October 16. Congress leader Digvijaya Singh said that he and Kantilal Bhuria should retire from politics. "Both me and Kantilal Bhuria have done politics for long. We have now reached an age where we should retire. Kantilal Bhuria is

  • President Kovind embarks on 7-day visit to Philippines, Japan
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    President Kovind embarks on 7-day visit to Philippines, Japan

    President Ram Nath Kovind embarked on a 7-day visit to Philippines and Japan on October 17. The President was accompanied by the First Lady of India, Savita Kovind. He is visiting Japan to attend the enthronement ceremony of the Emperor of Japan Naruhito."

  • India falls behind Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal in global hunger index
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    India falls behind Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal in global hunger index

    India was ranked 102 among 117 countries in the Global Hunger Index. In 2018, India had ranked 55 among 77 nations listed in the GHI. The country with the severest problem of hunger at rank 117 is the Central African Republic. India is behind its neighbours Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh in a list of

  • Parle Biscuits net profit rises 15% in FY-19, 2 months after company warned slowing of growth
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    Parle Biscuits net profit rises 15% in FY-19, 2 months after company warned slowing of growth

    Two months after it indicated that it would have to lay off people due to slowing growth and falling demand for entry-level biscuits, Parle Biscuits — a part of the Parle Products group — reported 15.2 per cent year-on-year growth in net profit for financial year 2018-19. According to business platform

  • Germany, France stop arms exports to Turkey
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    Germany, France stop arms exports to Turkey

    Germany and France have banned arms exports to Turkey over its assault against the Kurdish YPG militia in Syria. Turkey launched the military operation on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew some U.S. troops who had been backing Kurdish forces in the fight against Islamic State.

  • We appreciate India's stance on Syria after Turkish aggression: Syrian Envoy
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    We appreciate India's stance on Syria after Turkish aggression: Syrian Envoy

    Syrian Ambassador to India Riad Abbas appreciated India's stand on Turkey's attack on Kurds in Syria. While speaking to ANI, he said, "Syrian government and people highly appreciate India's stand that it is against any foreign invasion on Syria and against Turkish aggression on Syria

  • RBI Governor assured me to resolve PMC bank scam matter at earliest: FM Sitharaman
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    RBI Governor assured me to resolve PMC bank scam matter at earliest: FM Sitharaman

    On being asked about the steps taken by Finance Ministry to safeguard depositors of Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank, Union Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman said, "I have had word with the Governor of Reserve Bank on the PMC matter because eventually, it is Reserve Bank-appointed

  • Everything is going smoothly: FM Sitharaman on mergers of banks
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    Everything is going smoothly: FM Sitharaman on mergers of banks

    Union Minister of Finance, Nirmala Sitharaman met Chief Managing Directors (CMDs) of Public Sector in Delhi on October 14. Sitharaman said, "In this particular interaction with the bankers, there was a presentation given by Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) who showed based on the Monetary Policy Committee

  • Urged FM Sitharaman to include aviation fuel, natural gas in GST ambit: Dharmendra Pradhan
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    Urged FM Sitharaman to include aviation fuel, natural gas in GST ambit: Dharmendra Pradhan

    The government is mulling to include aviation turbine fuel and natural gas in the ambit of Goods and Services Tax (GST). Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on October 14 said that his ministry has appealed to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to take cognizance of the appeal

  • After cow obeying traffic rules, a monkey saves water, 'Why not humans?' asks internet
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    After cow obeying traffic rules, a monkey saves water, 'Why not humans?' asks internet

    After a video went viral where a cow was seen obeying traffic rule, now a video is doing rounds on the social media where a monkey can be seen saving water. A twitter user posted the fourteen-second video with a significant caption.The short clip features the monkey, sitting beside a pipe with water

  • Jaipur man recreates Rajput tradition by designing 24-carat gold 'Safa'
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    Jaipur man recreates Rajput tradition by designing 24-carat gold 'Safa'

    'Safas' decorated with threads of precious metals like silver and gold were said to have been last worn by the Rajputs around 80 years ago. But a Jaipur-based designer has recreated the signature apparel. The designer named Bhupendra Singh Shekhawat spent around four years experimenting with

  • Murshidabad triple murder: Culprit could be someone close to family, suspect police
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    Murshidabad triple murder: Culprit could be someone close to family, suspect police

    State Armed Police CO Tanmoy Sarkar in West Bengal informed that the culprit in Murshidabad triple murder could be someone close to the family. "The man who was killed in Murshidabad triple murder case apparently borrowed some money from people. We also have a doubt that one or more people well

  • Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri's Nowshera sector
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    Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri's Nowshera sector

    Pakistan violated ceasefire in Nowshera sector of J-K's Rajouri on October 11. One jawan has sustained injuries who has been shifted to the hospital. Speaking to ANI, SSP Rajouri, Yougal Manhas said, "Civil administration and other medical facilities are ready. Bullet proof bunkers are also

  • Loan of farmers not waived off in totality in MP: Jyotiraditya Scindia
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    Loan of farmers not waived off in totality in MP: Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia hit at his own party's government of Madhya Pradesh over loan waving of farmers. He said, "The farm loan waiver of farmers has not been done in totality. Loan of only Rs 50,000 has been waived off even when we had said that loan upto Rs 2 Lakh will be waived

  • Indian Railways constitute committee to privatise 150 trains, 50 stations
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    Indian Railways constitute committee to privatise 150 trains, 50 stations

    Rajesh Dutt Bajpai, Executive Director of Railway Board, on Thursday informed that the Indian Railways has constituted an empowered group of secretaries for the privatisation of 150 trains and 50 stations. NITI Aayog CEO and Railway Board's Chairman are among the members of the high-powered committee

  • We never pursued trade surplus with India: China
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    We never pursued trade surplus with India: China

    India and China business meeting and signing ceremony was organised at Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in Delhi. While addressing the event, Deputy Director General, Foreign Trade Department of Ministry of Commerce, China, Liu Changyu, said, "China encourages Chinese