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Parliament bids farewell to outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee has said that Parliament stands for debate, discussion and dissent adding that disruption hurts opposition more than the government. He said, disruption denies the opportunity to opposition to raise the concern of the people. In his farewell address at Central Hall of Parliament on Sunday evening, Mr Mukherjee said, voice of each Member of Parliament is important and it

Around Rs 72,000 cr undisclosed income detected by IT deptt in last 3 years


The Income Tax department has detected around 72 thousand crore rupees of undisclosed income after conducting massive searches, seizures and surveys over the last three years. In an affidavit filed before the Supreme Court, the Finance Ministry said, during the period

Arun Jaitley inaugurates Sainik Rest House in New Delhi


Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today inaugurated the Sainik Rest House in New Delhi on Sunday. It is the 315th Rest House of the Kendriya Sainik Board, which is built at a cost of around 8 crore rupees. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Jaitley expressed hope that this is the beginning of an initiative and the Kendriya Sainik Board will be able to expand on these in the

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Karnataka CM rules out possibility of going to polls before expiry of term

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday ruled out possibility of going to polls before expiry of the term. Election to the Legislative Assembly will be held in March or April next year, he added.  Addressing newly appointed Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) office bearers in Bengaluru, the Chief Minister said that he has also conveyed



FM launches new pension scheme 'PMVVY' for senior citizens

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday launched a new pension scheme for the senior citizens, Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana, PMVVY in New Delhi. The scheme can be purchased offline as well as online through LIC.  Speaking on the occasion, Mr Jaitley said, the scheme ensures annual return of 8.3 per cent per annum payable monthly for 10 years. He said, banks have to


Former Congress CM of Gujarat Shankarsinh Vaghela resigns from party

Leader of Congress Legislative party and former Chief Minister of Gujarat Shankarsinh Vaghela has resigned from the party. Mr. Vaghela has announced this at a Sam-Samvedna Samelan- a convention held in Gandhinagar on his 77th birthday on Friday.  Addressing his supporters, Mr. Vaghela said that he resigned from the Congress but not from the public life. He said that he will never compromise with the self-respect. He said that he is not going to join BJP or any other political party in the state.


---''The women's world cup final figures on the front pages of newspapers. 'Can Indian women conquer the world? asks the Times of India, while the Tribune writes "Mithali's girls take a shot at cricket Raj today - women's team gets a chance to re-live the 1983 Kapil Dev led victory moment'. Already celebrities, the Business Standard says 'Queries from companies start pouring in for Mithali and Harmanpreet for endorsements.'''---

---''Nitish Kumar in Delhi for Pranab Mukherjee's farewell and his meeting with Rahul to discuss saving the alliance in Bihar is reported by the Hindustan Times and the Indian Express, but the Times of India writes 'CM doesn't relent on Tejashwi'.''---

---''The Business Standard, the Asian Age and the Indian Express have a picture of the full dress rehearsal for the July 25th swearing in ceremony of the new President elect Ram Nath Kovind.''---

---''Armymen back from Amarnath Yatra clash with police, 6 injured' reports the Indian Express. The Army has described the incident as a 'minor altercation' says the Tribune.''---

---''Indians in Mosul dead or alive, an enigma' is the Pioneer headline of the 39 missing Indians in Iraq. The paper adds that there is 'no sign of missing citizens at razed jail they languished in'.''---

---''On the India-China Stand off, the Indian Express writes' US approaches Delhi, Beijing. Seeks talks, peaceful solution'. 'Hope rests on Doval's China visit' writes the DNA.''---

---''The conviction of Pandher and Koli in the Nithari case is reported by most papers.''---

---''And, Delhi's Connaught place is all set to go car free and become pedestrian friendly from August, writes the Hindustan Times on its front page.''---


Azad expresses regret for Devastation caused by Doda cloudburst and urges J&K Govt for immediate Relief

Ghulam Nabi Azad, Senior Congress Leader and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha has expressed deep sorrow and grief on the devastation caused by heavy rains and cloudburst in Thathri town of Doda district of Jammu & Kashmir which has resulted in death of six people and injuring dozens of civilians


Ram Nath Kovind elected as 14th President of India

Ram Nath Kovind has been elected as the new President of India as he secured victory over opposition candidate Meira Kumar to become the 14th President of the country. Announcing the results, Lok Sabha Secretary General and returning officer Anoop Mishra told media in New Delhi


West Bengal CID freezes bank accounts of three top GJM leaders alleging misuse of funds

West Bengal CID has frozen bank accounts of top Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leaders, including its president Bimal Gurung. The agency alleged that the funds were being misused. A senior CID officer confirmed that the accounts of GJM general secretary Roshan Giri and assistant general secretary Binay Tamang have also been frozen.


Cabinet approves sale of govt's stake in Hindustan Petroleum to ONGC

Union Cabinet today approved sale of government's stake in Hindustan Petroleum Corpration Ltd (HPCL) to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC).  It will fetch 30 thousand crore rupees. Highly placed sources said the Cabinet has given in-principle approval in this regard.



Press Statement Issued by Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad and Shri P Chidambaram
Since 10th July, 2017, causalities have been reported every day from Jammu & Kashmir. Eight pilgrims, Six Jawans and One child have been killed until 18th July 2017. Besides there have been many incidents of clashes between civilians and the security forces and numerous persons have been injured. Yet the Government claims that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir has improved. Such a claim defies belief and common sense. The statement made by the Government yesterday is wrong, misleading and clearly at variance with the situation on the ground.  The Congress repudiates the Government's claim and calls upon the Government to take the nation into confidence and disclose what it is doing to bring about normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.    


Anandpal Singh encounter: Rajasthan govt accepts protesters' demand of CBI probe

In Rajasthan, the state government accepted the demand of the protester of Central Bureau of Investigation-CBI probe in the Anandpal Singh encounter after a meeting between the government and the Rajput leader in Jaipur yesterday. Home Minister Gulab Chand


NGT declares 100m from edge of Ganga as "no-development zone"

 National Green Tribunal (NGT) today passed a slew of directions to rejuvenate River Ganga, declaring as 'No-Development Zone' an area of 100 metres from the edge in the stretch between Haridwar in Uttarakhand and Unnao in Uttar Pradesh.  The NGT in its 543-page judgment said, there shall be no dumping of waste of any kind within 500 metres


Indian scientists discover new supercluster of galaxies, call it Saraswati

Indian scientists have discovered an extremely large supercluster of galaxies, which is as big as 20 million billion suns. Pune-based Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, IUCAA team of astronomers has named it Saraswati. IUCAA said today, this is one of the largest known structure


Retail inflation hits "historically low" level of 1.54 % in June

Retail inflation hit a "historically low" level of 1(points)54 per cent in June this year. Inflation had stood at 2.18 per cent in May this year, and at 5.77 per cent in June last year.  PTI reports that Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian has said that the inflation rate of 1.54 per cent for June is historically low and reflects the firm and ongoing consolidation of macro economic stability.


EESL to invest RS 11,000 cr in Tamil Nadu: Piyush Goel

Union Minister for Power Piyush Goel has said the Central Public Sector Unit Energy Efficiency Services Limited will invest 11,000 crore rupees in Tamil Nadu over the next three years. He reviewed the power sector projects in the state in Chennai yesterday along with his state counterpart Mr Thankamani.  Later, he told the press, the scheme of giving solar pumps for farming will be extended to cover the whole country soon.


India Israel CEOs forum sets target to increase bilateral trade

The India-Israel CEOs forum met for the first time in Tel Aviv today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the forum where around 30 CEOs from two countries participated.  The CEOs Forum has set a target to increase the bilateral trade from the current 5 Billion US Dollars to 20 Billion US Dollars within 5 years. The Forum also set up 6


The BJP is shamelessly Denigrating, Decimating & Abusing the Institution of the Governor- Congress

Ms Sushmita Dev, Spokesperson, AICC , in  a statment  issued on 5th july slamed, the BJP Government for  using the august office of 'Governor' to serve the conspiratorial political machinations of BJP-Sangh Parivar. Modi Government is



Congress blames BJP for increased lynching

Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala said,  Even as the President of India has showed the mirror of truth to the BJP Government on the growing incidents of ‘mob frenzy’ that has become “irrational, uncontrollable” and has tacit protection and support of the BJP Government, Shri Amit Shah has restored to falsehood and utter brazenness.


we must preserve the flame of our national ideals:  Soniya Gandhi

While addressing the function  Smt. gaandhi said    As Nehru wrote, "Idealism is tomorrow's realism”. Even in the darkest of hours, we must preserve the flame of our national ideals. If we accept without scrutiny, without question, without a challenge the fallacies and follies we are witness to today, we will leave for


No e-ITR filing without Aadhaar from 1st July; I-T dept clarifies PAN not linked to Aadhaar won't be invalidated

Taxpayers without Aadhaar number or its enrolment ID will not be able to e-file their Income Tax returns from 1st July even as the tax department has said that in no case any PAN will be invalidated.  A senior Income Tax Department official clarified that people who are not able to link their Aadhaar with PAN by 1st July, will have the