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BJP, Congress announce list of candidates for Himachal Assembly polls

Bhartiya Janata Party and Congress have released the list of candidates for Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections scheduled on 9th of next month. BJP has announced candidates for all of 68 constituencies, while Congress has released names of candidates for 59 assembly seats. Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh will contest from Arki while former Chief Minister and BJP Prem Kumar Dhumal will contest

PM Modi asks officers to adopt innovative ways for speeding up governance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the officers to adopt innovative ways to break silos for speeding up various processes of governance. Interacting with Directors and Deputy Secretaries working in various departments and Ministries, the Prime Minister said silos are a big bottleneck in the functioning of the Central Government. He also asked them to create teams to achieve

Maharashtra government releases Rs 4000 crore in phase 1 of loan waiver scheme

Maharashtra government has released the sum of 4,000 crore rupees under the first phase of the over 34,000 crore rupees farm loan waiver scheme. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced that in the first phase the disbursal will cover more than 8 lakh farmers. He added that the remaining 800 crore rupees will be in the form of incentive for 3.78 lakh farmers who are paying their loans on time.

 

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Railways to introduce new tri-weekly special Rajdhani on Delhi - Mumbai route

Railways will introduce new tri-weekly special Rajdhani on Delhi - Mumbai route from today. It will run from Hazrat Nizamuddin and will have stoppages at Kota, Vadodara and Surat stations.  There will be no Flexi fare component in the fare structure of the train. Railway Ministry said, the travel time will be reduced from 15

 

Indigenously built anti-submarine warfare INS Kiltan commissioned into Indian Navy

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman commissioned an indigenously-built anti-submarine warfare stealth corvette INS Kiltan into the Indian Navy at the Naval Dockyard in Visakhapatnam today. The Minister said, INS Kiltan strengthens India's defence system

 

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* Pollution control plan in Delhi ahead of Diwali, is highlighted by many newspapers this morning. "Tough measures in place to check Delhi pollution" leads the Hindustan Times. "Pollution panel bans diesel gensets in Delhi till March 15" is The Times of India headline. "Cracker Ban Fires up Black Market" with merchants providing doorstep deliveries of fireworks, defying the Supreme Court ban, is a Mail Today exclusive. and Included in the Graded Response Action Plan, "Parking may cost you 4 times more" is the lead in The Pioneer. "500 rupee fine for drivers honking inside ISBTs, 100 rupee fine for conductors shouting destinations" informs the paper.
* "Dark Dhanteras in city as gold sales dive by 35 per cent" reports The DNA.
* 'We must take pride in our heritage' The Asian Age cites PM Modi.
"After Sangeet Som, Yogi tune: Taj built by blood, sweat of India's workers, sons" is the Indian Express lead. The Asian Age states "Yogi plans Agra visit in bid for damage control".
* "BJP slams Congress on report that Bhandari paid for Vadra travel" writes The Indian Express, on fugitive arms dealer, Sanjay Bhandari buying air tickets for Robert Vadra. The paper also reports "Air ticket probe hits dead end, agency says got cash".
* The Pioneer informs, for the first time in India's electoral history, the entire Himachal Pradesh poll staff will be paid online.
* On the death of an 11-year old girl in Jharkhand, the state's PDS Minister questions his own government's Aadhaar drive, that renders ration cards not linked to Aadhaar, ineligible, highlights The Indian Express.
* "Eating out could get cheaper as GST may be cut to 12 per cent" says The Times of India.

 

Slowdown bottomed out, GDP likely to grow 7% in FY18, says Niti Aayog

Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar has said, the economic slowdown that began in 2013-14 has bottomed out and the GDP is likely to grow 6.9 to 7 per cent this fiscal and 7.5 per cent in 2018-19.  In an interview to news agency PTI, Mr Kumar said, by first quarter of 2018, there will be a stronger recovery which will continue on much more sustained basis. He said, fiscal 2018-19 will be

 

PM assures people of Bihar that govt will do everything possible for development of state

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today assured people of Bihar that the Centre and State government will do everything possible for growth of the State. Mr. Modi was addressing a public meeting in Mokama after laying the foundation stone

 

HM says free hand to Army to deal with terrorism in Kashmir has led to elimination of record numbers of militants

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said no power in the world can stop the government from resolving the Kashmir issue. The Minister hit out at Pakistan for its unholy activities against India. He said, the government has given

 

Cong accuses BJP of pressurizing EC to defer Gujarat assembly poll announcement; BJP hits back

Congress accused the BJP of pressurizing the Election Commission, EC to defer the announcement of poll schedule for Gujarat assembly.  Briefing media in New Delhi, party spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi alleged that BJP has - what it

India has high growth potential for next two decades: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that India has the potential to grow at a reasonably high rate in the next two decades.  Speaking at an event organised by the US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum in Washington last night, Mr Jaitley said India's high-level growth will be fueled by a series of structural reforms being carried out by the

 

Himachal Pradesh to go to polls on November 9, Gujarat before December 18: EC

Himachal Pradesh will go to polls on 9th of next month in a single phase.  Announcing the poll schedule in New Delhi this evening, Chief Election Commissioner A K Joti said, the notification for the Assembly polls will be issued on 16th of this month and the last date for nomination is 23rd October.  Last day of withdrawal of

 

Congress sweeps Nanded civic polls

In Maharashtra, Congress made a clean sweep in the Nanded-Waghala municipal corporation elections with winning 70 of the 81 seats. BJP has won five, while Shiv Sena is placed a distant third, winning three seats.  Independent candidate also won three seats.  The result shows a root out of the AIMIM, which had around a dozen corporators in the outgoing

 

Heavy rain responsible for Elphinstone bridge tragedy: Report

An inquiry report on the 29th September Elphinstone bridge stampede in Mumbai submitted today stated that heavy rain was responsible for the tragedy. The panel, headed by the Western Railway chief security officer, submitted its report to WR General Manager Anil Kumar after recording statements of 30

 

PM and BJP President adopts hypocrisy, double standard and double speak - Anand Sharma
Sharma said we want to make it absolutely clear that the BJP, the Prime Minister and its Party President have always happily embraced hypocrisy, double standard and double speak. Valid questions have been raised about windfall gains and income

 

EAC to PM identifies major priorities for accelerating economic growth, employment generation

The newly constituted Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM) is holding its first meeting today at NITI Aayog in New Delhi. The five member committee comprising of reputed economists and experts was

 

NIA crackdown on flow of funds blow to terror groups: Rajnath Singh

The National Investigation Agency, NIA has dealt a blow to the morale of terror and separatist groups by crackdown on flow of funds from the neighbouring country to finance unrest in Kashmir.  Home Minister Rajnath Singh said this while inaugurating the new headquarters office complex of the NIA in New Delhi today.

 

BJP wins in Panchayat and Local elections in Maharashtra and Gujarat

Congress loses big in both the States, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said farmers, youth and poor have endorsed the govt's development agenda with their wide support.

BJP received widespread support from the people of Maharashtra and Gujarat on Tuesday. Public confidence was

 

SC bans sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR till 31st Oct

The Supreme Court today extended its order of last November banning the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR till the 31st of this month. A bench headed by Justice A K Sikri said the apex court's September 12 order temporarily lifting the stay and permitting sale of firecrackers would be effective from November 1. With Diwali on the coming 19th, the order effectively

 

Godhra case: Gujarat HC commutes death sentence of 11 convicts into life imprisonment

The Gujarat High Court today commuted the death sentence of 11 convicts in the 2002 Godhra train carnage case to life imprisonment. The high court also upheld the life sentence awarded by the special SIT court to 20 others in the case.  A division bench of Justices Anant S Dave and G R Udhwani of the high court pronounced the judgement on