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For God's sake, do your job: President tells MPs

President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday expressed regret at the repeated disruption of Parliament proceedings over the demonetisation issue.Addressing a meeting of Defence Estates Organisation, he said:* For God's sake, do your job. You are meant to transact business in Parliament.* Majority never participate in disruptions.Only minority come to the well, shout slogans,stop proceeding & create a situation. The chair has no option but to adjourn the house. This (parliamentary disruption) is ... Rediff.com, 5 minutes ago
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Four-day break for Parliament

Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will have a four-day break from Saturday with both Houses today giving their nod to recommendations made by their respective Business Advisory Committees to declare December 12 a holiday.After one working day on Friday, Parliament will now meet on December 14, as December 13 has already been declared a holiday on account of Eid-e-Milad-un Nabi.Leaders of some major parties had raised the issue, as in some southern states the Prophet's birthday was being observed on ...
 Rediff.com12 minutes ago Lok Sabha adjourned for the day after uproar on note ban  Rediff.com40 minutes ago
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Why Censor Board approved the 40 kissing scenes in 'Befikre'

So why did the Censor Board clear Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor-starrer Befikre without chopping any of the 40 kissing scenes?Here is CBFC chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani's explainer on Scroll.in:"Firstly, there is a difference in the intention and purpose of the kisses in Befikre, and the ones you mention in the earlier films (Tamasha & Ae Dil Hai Mushkil). Those earlier kisses were very intimate and sexual in nature, and were also shot in lingering close-ups. In Befikre, the kisses are used ...
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With RBI unmoved on rates, pressure could build on banking stocks

Unless RBI temporarily relaxes the norms on recognising of bad loans, the pressure on this front could rise in the December quarter. Much to the Street’s disappointment, the Reserve Bank of India kept key policy rates unchanged in its monetary policy review announced on Wednesday. This rubbed off negatively on banking stocks, which fell by one to three per cent. The Nifty Bank fell one per cent, twice the fall in the Nifty 50 index, and is down 6.5 per cent following the demonetisation ...
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Opposition's 'Black Day' is actually 'Black Money Support Day': Naidu

IMAGE: Leaders of opposition parties observe a 'Black Day' against demonetisation at Parliament House in New Delhi on Thursday. Photograph: Subhav Shukla/PTI Photo. Hitting out at the Congress-led Opposition for observing a 'Black Day' against demonetisation decision, the government on Thursday said they are actually observing a ‘Black Money Support Day’. Information and Broadcasting Minister Venakaiah Naidu also termed the dharna by opposition leaders near the Gandhi statue ...
 Rediff.com22 minutes ago Paytm means Pay To Modi, demonetisation move foolish: Rahul  Rediff.com2 hours ago 'Incentive to store black money has reduced'  Rediff.com5 hours ago
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Deepika Padukone is the 'Sexiest Asian woman in the World'

Actress Deepika Padukone has added to her rapidly growing list of achievements by being crowned the Sexiest Asian woman in the World. The award-winning movie star dethroned Bollywood rival Priyanka Chopra, who won the title the last two years, in the popular long-running list annually published by UK-based Eastern Eye newspaper. The win rounds off a dream year for the current queen of Bollywood, who has won numerous 2016 Best Actress awards for her acclaimed role in Indian film Piku ...
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15 new castes in central OBC list

Fifteen new castes have been included in the central list of Other Backward Classes with the government issuing notification in this regard. The National Commission of Backward Classes had recommended a total of 28 changes in respect of eight states -- Assam, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand. Out of these 28, 15 castes, including Gadheri/itafarosh in Bihar, Jhora in Jharkhand and Labana in Jammu and Kashmir, were new ...
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Triple talaq 'cruel' and 'most demeaning', says Allahabad HC

Coming down heavily on the practice of "triple talaq", the Allahabad High Court has held that this form of "instant divorce" is "cruel" and "most demeaning" which "impedes and drags India from becoming a nation". "Muslim law, as applied in India, has taken a course contrary to the spirit of what the Prophet or the Holy Quran laid down and the same misconception vitiates the law dealing with the wife's right to divorce", a single judge bench of Justice Suneet Kumar said in its judgement ...
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IT & pharma stocks on funds' radars after fall

This is a shift as until recent months, fund managers were reducing exposure to these sectors. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Domestic fund managers are favouring stocks in the information technology and pharmaceuticals space, which have fallen by 10-25 per cent from recent highs. Also, these could be largely insulated if the markets turn volatile on account of global headwinds, say experts. They feel IT and pharma could be good bets from a medium to long-term perspective and investors ...
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When did printing of Rs 2,000 notes actually begin?

Business Standard reporters piece together stories of how the new currency notes are being printed post-demonetisation at thefour presses -- Salboni (West Bengal), Dewas (Madhya Pradesh), Nashik (Maharashtra) and Mysuru (Karnataka). In the first of a four-part series, Avishek Rakshit takes a look at how Salboni is working overtime to print currency notes. IMAGE: Things are on a war footing inside the printing press. The machines are operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Photograph: ...
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