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All educational institutions closed till October 2 in Banaras

In Uttar Pradesh all educational institutions in Varanasi including Kashi Vidya Peeth and Sampurnanand Sanskrit University have also been closed from tomorrow till October 2 in view of tension caused of Benaras Hindu University BHU students agitation. BHU has already been closed till October 2 from today following students agitation.  AIR correspondent reports that large number of security forces have been deployed

Media should avoid sensationalism to maintain its credibility, says VP

Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu today said that media has to avoid sensationalism and maintain its credibility while disseminating news. He was addressing the gathering after presenting the 14th Shailikaar Prabhakar Samman Award in New Delhi. According to an official release, Mr Naidu said, credibility is the most important thing in journalism. He said any content that offends the sensibilities of people is a matter of concern and self-regulation is the best way to address

Cleanliness become a mass movement, says PM in Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said, cleanliness has become a mass movement and old or the young, men or women, city or village everyone has become a part of this campaign. In his 36th edition of Mann Ki Baat programme on All India Radio, Mr Modi said, a kind of pressure has been created in public places and people resist if someone tries to spoil or make a public place dirty.  He said, the cleanliness campaign is advancing towards Sankalp Se Siddhi.

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Higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh record first snowfall of the season

 In Himachal Pradesh, high-reaches of Lahaul and Spiti and Kinnaur districts have recorded first snowfall of this season as mercury plunged by three to four degrees after insistent rain for the past two days.  Rohtang and Kunzum pass experienced light snowfall last evening. Report of snowfall also arrived from lady of Keylong, seven sisters hill,


Sushma Swaraj hits out at Pakistan for creating terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed & Haqqani Network

Hitting out strongly at Pakistan for creating terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Hizbul Mujahideen and the Haqqani Network, India has asked Pakistani leaders to introspect as to why their country is infamous as the pre-


GST implementation smoother than expected: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime is going smoother than expected in initial phase.  Addressing the 70th annual general meeting of the Indian Banks' Association in Mumbai, Mr

---'' External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's address at the United Nations General Assembly session in New York dominates front page headlines. "We produced IITs and IIMs, you Jaish and Lashkar : Sushma tears into Pak" is the front page lead in the Indian Express. The Hindu quotes Ms Swaraj as saying "Pak repeatedly rejected offers of talks".---  

---'' The second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two day visit to Varanasi is prominently covered in the press. The Pioneer quotes the Prime Minster as saying in a public meeting "Country first, votes later ; anti graft fight will continue". Reporting on his other activities in the city, the Hindustan Times states "PM Modi watches live surgery on bull".

---'' In the face of worrying economic numbers, the Hindustan Times reports, "Centre readies booster dose to rev up economy; Thrust on MSME, infra, banks and job creation".   Highlighting the growing economic cooperation between India and Japan the Hindu in a special story reports "Japan to fund mass rapid transit systems in Gujarat, Haryana ; 4.5 billion soft loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency to boost 100 billion dollar Delhi - Mumbai Industrial Corridor project".''---  

---''All the papers take note of the one year extension given to Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramnian. The Tribune quotes him as saying "Stressed assets key area of concern".---  

---'' The revelation made by a Tamil Nadu Minister regarding deceased former Chief Minister J Jayalalitha's health condition when she was admitted to a private hospital is highlighted in all the papers.''---- 


Sensex plunges 448 points

The domestic stock markets tumbled on Monday. The Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange plummeted 448 points, or 1.4 percent, to close below the 32,000-mark, at 31,922.  The Nifty at the National Stock Exchange tumbled 158 points, to end below the 10,000-mark, at 9,964.


Congress seeks Assurance of  implementation of SC's Order in holding  elections mandatorily,
A delegation of Congress Party comprising of Sh. Ahmed Patel, Sh. Madhusudam Mistry, Sh. Deepak Babaria, Sh. Vivek Tankha, Sh. Randeep Singh Surjewala, Sh. Arjunbhai Modwadia, Sh. Siddharth Patel, Sh. V.V.Rabari & Sh. Gaurav

Congress has expressed deep concern over the decline of GDP

Ms. Girija Vyas, Chairperson Vichar Vibhag  of  AICC  on Thursday  at the Press Conference Hall said Price rise of essential commodities, Price rise of petroleum products are having serious negative impact on the national economy. She said that decline in the export and infrastructure investment are having serious negative impact on the national


Horror of terrorism continues to haunt global peace, security: Sushma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that horror of terrorism continues to haunt global peace and security. She was addressing the BRICS Ministerial Meeting in New York last night on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly session.  Hitting out at Pakistan, the Minister


The BJP Government has mastered the art of economic disasters:  Congress 

In the press briefing on Monday in New Delhi Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, MP and Spokesperson, AICC said , let us talk about the economic disasters generated by this Government and the happy innocence about them expressed by senior leaders of this Government and the ruling party. The BJP Government has mastered the art of economic disasters,


GSTN reopens window for composition scheme

The GST Network today said it has reopened the facility for small taxpayers with turnover of upto 75 lakh rupees to opt for composition scheme. Such small taxpayers will have time till September 30 to opt for the scheme, which offers easy compliance for business as returns are to be filed only quarterly. Taxpayers were earlier given time .


GST Council reduces tax rate on about 30 items, extends deadline of filing returns by a month

The Goods and Services tax (GST) Council today extended the deadline for filing the first set of returns by a month to October 10.  Briefing media after chairing the 21st meeting of the GST Council in Hyderabad this evening, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, GST rate on about 30 items like roasted gram, idli/dosa


Congress demands GST exemption  limits hikeFor Traders  Rs.1 crore and For manufacturers Rs.2 crore

In a joint Statement issued by Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala, S. Manpreet Singh Badal and Shri Krishna Byre Gowda on Friday (8th September), the Congress demanded that the exemption limits for traders need to be raised from existing Rs.20 lakh to Rs.1 crore and for manufacturers from Rs.50 lakh to Rs.2 crore.and give relief to save this most important employment generator and economic contributor to Indiaís economy. Government must consider to provide appropriate


RBIís report, has exposed the falsehood  of Prime Minister: Congress

Anand Sharma, MP Vice Chairman Foreign Affairs Department of congress  said, RBIís report, has exposed the falsehood  of Prime Minister's  four reasons of demonetisation, in his press briefing on Thursday in New Delhi.   Shri Anand Sharma said, that on the 8th of November 2016 around 8 pm, the Prime Minister of India had made a


Almost 99% of demonetised notes back in system: RBI report

The Reserve Bank of India today in its annual report says that almost 99 per cent of banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes that were demonetised last November have returned to the system.  In the report for 2016-17, the RBI said that out of 632.6 crore pieces of Rs 1,000 currency notes in circulation, 8.9 crore have not been returned post the note