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Ink attack on Manish Sisodia outside Lt Governor's house
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Ink attack on Manish Sisodia outside Lt Governor's house

Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was attacked with ink outside the Lt Governor’s Office by a man who claimed that he was upset over the Aam Aadmi Party leader undertaking a tour of Finland at a time when the city was grappling with a health crisis. The man, who threw ink at Sisodia, has been arrested, police said. Copious amount of ink was thrown at Sisodia by Brijesh Shukla, 42, from North-east Delhi’s Karawal Nagar who was detained by the police and ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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AAP ministers fume after being turned away by LG office

Aam Aadmi Party ministers Satyendar Jain and Kapil Mishra on Saturday went to meet Lt Governor Najeeb Jung at his office following his fax to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to return from Finland, but the meeting did not materialise as Jung was not in his office, triggering a fresh spat between the two sides. “It appears he is not in a mood to work today,” Mishra said taking a jibe at Jung. But the LG office retorted that it was operational on all seven days of the week and ...
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Urjit Patel's elevation shows govt's willingness to fight inflation

Investors will look to the new governor to continue the banking sector clean-up with the same urgency as Mr Rajan, who was targeting fully cleaned-up and provisioned balance sheets by March 2017 The appointment of Urjit Patel as the Reserve Bank of India’s 24th governor signals the government’s firm backing to the central bank’s existing line of thinking on monetary policy. Mr Patel, who is the chief architect of the new monetary policy committee (MPC) framework that is ...
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New RBI governor is not in a hurry to slash rates

As inflation rate is near the upper limit of the comfort zone, experts rule out rate cuts anytime soon With inflation beginning to move up, the chances of the governor-designate of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Urjit Patel, continuing to ease rates are low. While India Inc is hopeful of a rate cut in October, analysts and economists say keeping inflation under check would be the new RBI governor’s priority. Patel is also known for his hawkish approach. So, it is not surprising that ...
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REVEALED: British-era bunker under Maharashtra governor's residence

A 150-metre long underground British-era bunker, which had been closed for several decades, was discovered by Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao inside the Raj Bhavan complex at Malabar Hill in Mumbai. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visited the bunker on Tuesday, a Raj Bhavan official said. Rao, accompanied by his wife Vinodha, visited the bunker on Tuesday, after which the governor expressed his intention to consult experts from various fields to preserve it. ‘Amazing Discovery! ...
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'Bureaucratic process for selecting RBI governor is wrong'

'Reserve Bank is an autonomous institution and, as governor, I am supposed to make judgments on issues in the domain of the central bank.' 'The governor of the Reserve Bank is more than a regulator.' 'The government has turned to a path of fiscal consolidation.' A candid account of a five-year stint as Reserve Bank of India governor by Duvvuri Subbarao, below, left, could not have come at a more opportune time, as the Narendra Modi government has to shortly take a decision on appointing ...
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How the government mismanaged Rajan's exit

While Swamy kept his public diatribe going for quite some time, the PM, whom nobody can accuse of being economical with words, chose to remain silent -- leaving the door open for conspiracy theories, notes Shyamal Majumdar. In his interview to Times Now on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly defended Raghuram Rajan and spoke fondly of his 'good experience and appreciation' of working with the outgoing Reserve Bank of India Governor. Modi did what all strong leaders should do — ...
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1 person critically wounded during Black Lives Matter protests in US

A prayer vigil in honour of Keith Lamont Scott, who was shot by the police on Tuesday, turned into a violent protest in Charlotte, North Carolina, prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency, as riot gear-wearing police fired tear gas at demonstrators who threw bottles at police, blocked the interstate, threw objects at passing cars, jumped on vehicles, looted, vandalized a Hyatt hotel and attacked its employees. IMAGE: Two women embrace while looking at a police officer in uptown ...
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Meet PM, resolve Kashmir issue politically: SC to JKNPP leader

The ongoing trouble in Kashmir should be ‘dealt with politically’ and everything cannot be managed within judicial parameters, the Supreme Court said on Monday. The apex court also asked the solicitor general to help activist lawyer and Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party leader Bhim Singh meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue. “This issue has various dimensions and therefore should be dealt politically and moreover, everything cannot be managed within the ...
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Why it makes sense to stay away from equities for now

It is only 'zero-cost' money from FPIs that is keeping the market afloat The Consumer Price index (CPI) indicates that inflation is rising to near the limit of tolerance. However, the consensus is that a good monsoon will help to pull down food related inflation. The July 2016 CPI saw a year-on-year rise of 6.07 per cent above July 2015. Food inflation rose to 8.35 per cent year-on-year from 7.8 per cent in June. This is key since food has a weight of 45 per cent in the CPI basket. The data ...
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