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Big relief for Salman Khan, acquitted in Arms Act case
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Big relief for Salman Khan, acquitted in Arms Act case

A case was filed against the ‘Being Human’ star for allegedly keeping and using the fire arms with an expired licence in the alleged poaching of blackbucks in Kankani near Jodhpur on October 1-2, 1998. IMAGE: Bollywood actor Salman Khan walks through a crowd outside a court in Jodhpur on Wednesday. Photographs: PTI Photo Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Wednesday acquitted by a court in Jodhpur in an Arms Act case related to the alleged poaching of two blackbucks 18 years ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
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3 months on, elite Crime Branch has no clue in missing JNU student case

Three months have passed and yet the Delhi Police’s elite unit, Crime Branch, has been unable to make any headway in the case of the missing Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student, Najeeb Ahmed. “The investigation is back to square one,” ...
 DNA5 days ago Najeeb was active on Facebook a week after disappearing  DNA4 weeks ago Najeeb Ahmed case: Bihar lead a false alarm  DNA2 months ago JNUSU, 13 other student bodies to protest against VC, Delhi police  DNA2 months ago
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PM Modi replaces Mahatma Gandhi in Khadi Commission calendar

Upset over Mahatma Gandhi’s picture missing on the calendar of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission, a section of its workers in Mumbai staged a protest on Thursday, and sought to know as to why the image of the Father of the Nation was left out, while featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a brief protest, dozens of workers associated with KVIC who gathered at suburban Vile-Parle, said they were raising the issue since Gandhi had been the driving force behind the Khadi ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago KVIC, PMO say Gandhiji's photo on calendar NOT a must  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Govt's tax revenues soared in note-ban November

In the post-demonetisation phase, the govt’s tax revenues have ended up soaring in November. In the post-demonetisation phase, the government’s tax revenues have ended up soaring in November. This is in stark contrast to the expectations of widespread economic disruption dragging down tax revenues. As chart 1 (below) shows, gross tax revenue rose by 54 per cent in November, up from last year, with both direct and indirect taxes registering strong growth.   Among direct taxes, ...
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Economic Survey may disclose what Advance Estimates didn't

Unlike the Advance Estimates which missed the impact of demonetisation, CEA’s survey is likely to have a better take on the Indian economy. The gross domestic product estimates in the Economic Survey, to be presented on January 31, may be able to encapsulate the effects of demonetisation better than the advance estimates, which will be released by the Central Statistics Office on Friday. This is because the CSO’s advance gross domestic product estimates, on which the finance ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Even without demonetisation, GDP growth slows to 7.1%  Rediff.com1 week ago
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'UPA government let down the people of J&K'

‘Our administrative organs pose formidable obstacles to implementation.’ ‘The pro-dialogue constituency has shrunk in the valley.’ 'Hatred will inevitably follow if the chief response to anger is suppression.' Academician and author Dr Radha Kumar was among the three interlocutors whom the Manmohan Singh-led United Progressive Alliance-II government appointed on Kashmir in October 2010, after massive protests of the preceding summer saw more than 100 civilian deaths.
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Deal Street sets $81 billion record as promoters shed taboo

The taboo in selling assets has departed from the Indian promoter’s psyche, which is resulting in a large number of billion-dollar deals. In October, when the Essar group sold its 98 per cent stake in Essar Oil to a Rosneft-led consortium for about $13 billion, it changed the face of mergers and acquisitions in the country.  The Ruias celebrated the deal with full-page advertisements in financial newspapers. Harsh Goenka, chairman of the RPG group summed it up thus: “Earlier, ...
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Turkey hunts for gunman after New Year's Day attack

A manhunt is underway in Turkey for an unknown attacker who opened fire on New Year’s revellers in an Istanbul nightclub. IMAGE: Women who survived an attack by a gunman, react outisde the Reina nightclub by the Bosphorus, in Istanbul. Photograph: Huseyin Aldemir/Reuters At least 39 clubgoers were killed and nearly 70 were hospitalised after the suspect entered the Reina nightclub early Sunday and started shooting. The victims hailed from 14 countries, according to Turkey’s ...
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Teen golf sensation Aditi Ashok makes waves in breakthrough year

Eighteen-year-old Aditi Ashok was the brightest star on the country’s golfing circuit this year and was fittingly named the Ladies European Tour's Rookie of the Year for becoming the first Indian to win two back-to-back titles in her first year on the tour. Here is a look back at how India's golfers fared in 2016 IMAGE: Golfer Aditi Ashok lit up the Indian golf scene with her consistent performances through the year. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/ Reuters A teenaged Aditi Ashok rose from ...
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Indiscipline in armed forces to be viewed seriously: SC

Indiscipline on part of security force personnel must be ‘viewed seriously’ and deserting work by disobeying orders of superior officers is an act of ‘gross misconduct’, the Supreme Court has ruled. A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur also said that past conduct of a delinquent employee can be taken into consideration while imposing a penalty on him. The court’s remarks came as it dealt with a plea filed by Central Industrial Security Force ...
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