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Tata Capital eyes 25-30% credit growth in FY20 amid ongoing NBFC crisis

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BigBasket eyes around Rs 250 crore revenue from organic food business

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News digest: Budget may pitch tax sops, tepid start to Q3 earnings and more

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Centre notifies 10% EWS quota for government jobs

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Pakistan indulging in proxy war for 30 years, don’t see peace in future: General Bipin Rawat

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Will meet in Ayodhya after Kumbh Mela for construction of Ram temple: Mahant Narendra Giri

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Man Arrested For Supplying Illegal Weapons To Criminals In Delhi's Dwarka

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United Airlines Passengers Stranded For Over 13-Hours On Canadian Tarmac

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Expelled Congress leader threatens to expose Rahul for surrendering before Patnaik family, mining mafias in Odisha

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Srikant Jena, who was recently expelled from the primary membership of the Congress, has accused party president Rahul Gandhi of surrendering himself before the Patnaik family and mining mafias in Odisha.Jena has also claimed that he would expose Gandhi scion to such an extent that the latter would "not be able to show his face in public"."I am glad that I am relieved from the responsibility of remaining in the Congress party. I had written many letters to Rahul Gandhi asking whether he will stand with Patnaik brothers and mining mafias or with the people of Odisha," Jena told a press conference.Annoyed over his expulsion from the Congress, Jena said: "Rahul Gandhi chose to stand with mining mafias and Patnaik brothers. This is not expulsion, I had already written a letter requesting him to accept my proposition or else relieve me from the party. I wanted to expose him but he has exposed himself."This came after Jena, along with former Koraput MLA Krushna Chandra Sagaria, was expelled..
                 

Cries of help are of those seeking freedom from tyranny: Rahul Gandhi

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Man mauled to death by lions at Chhatbir Zoo in Chandigarh

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Small number of Bangladeshis to be benefitted from Citizenship Amendment Bill: MHA

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In Tense Scene, Boys In "Make America Great" Hats Boo At Native American

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Dharmendra Pradhan labels Odisha CM 'corrupt', says Patnaik trying to mislead people

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Calling Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik "corrupt", Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has accused Patnaik of trying to mislead people in name of KALIA scheme.Speaking to ANI on Sunday here, Pradhan said: "Naveen Patnaik is trying to mislead people in the name of KALIA scheme; farmers are not getting any benefits from it. He is a corrupt chief minister."However, while reacting on Pradhan's criticism on KALIA scheme, Odisha Minister Pratap Jena informed the Union Minister that the scheme was been appreciated by 15th Finance Commission's Chairman and eminent agriculturists.Jena also called Pradhan an "incompetent, arrogant and failure as a minister"."This scheme has been appreciated by 15th Finance Commission's Chairman and eminent agriculturists like Ashok Gulati. Mr Pradhan is incompetent, arrogant and failure as a minister," the Odisha Minister said.The Odisha government launched Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation (KALIA) scheme on December 31 last year to ....
                 

Passengers shiver through 13-hour ordeal on Canadian tarmac

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A medical emergency and a mechanical problem left passengers on a United Airlines flight stuck for more than 13 hours on the frigid tarmac of a Canadian airport in the plane's barely heated interior, the CBC network reported. United Flight 179 had taken off late Saturday from Newark, New Jersey en route to Hong Kong with some 250 passengers on board. When a passenger suffered a medical emergency the plane made an emergency landing in Goose Bay airport in Newfoundland and Labrador province, on Canada's east coast, the airline told CBC. But after paramedics evacuated the passenger and took him to hospital, the plane was unable to take off -- reportedly because bitterly cold temperatures (-30 centigrade, or -22 Fahrenheit) had caused a door to freeze. With no customs officers on duty overnight, passengers were forced to stay on board, many shivering under the thin blankets handed out by flight attendants. With little communication about what was going on, and with food and water running ...
                 

Move over #10YearChallenge. Anil Kapoor is acing the #40YearChallenge

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India`s `western neighbour` indulging in proxy war for decades: Army Chief Bipin Rawat`s veiled attack on Pakistan

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BJP MLA Akula Satyanarayana quits party in Andhra Pradesh

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Egypt says security forces killed 14 militants in Sinai

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Egyptian security forces say they've killed 14 militants and seized a ton of explosives in an operation in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula. They said on Sunday that their offensive involved clashes with Islamic militants in desert areas outside the city of el-Arish, adding that the extremists had intended to plant roadside bombs in areas between there and the cities of Rafah and Sheikh Zuweyid. Other weapons caches including explosives were found in the more central Sinai Jabal al-Halal mountain area. The officials spoke anonymously as they weren't authorized to brief reporters. The army has been battling extremist insurgents led Islamic State militants in north Sinai for years. The area is off limits for journalists, diplomats and other observers so information from there cannot be independently verified...
                 

Zimbabwe president cuts short foreign tour over protests

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Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa broke off a foreign tour Sunday, saying he wanted his country "calm, stable and working again" as criticism grew over a brutal crackdown in response to protests. Mnangagwa appeared to take a more conciliatory approach than his spokesman George Charamba, who said the crackdown was "just a foretaste of things to come", as allegations mount up of shootings, beatings and abductions of opposition figures, activists and ordinary people. The security forces' operation has underlined fears of a return to the violent repression of Robert Mugabe, who was ousted from power by the military 14 months ago. At least 12 people were killed and 78 treated for gunshot injuries over the last week, according to the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, which recorded more than 240 incidents of assault and torture. The UN has criticised the government reaction to the protests, which were triggered by a sharp hike in fuel prices. Mnangagwa, who was seeking much-needed .....
                 

Punjab man jumps inside lions` enclosure, gets mauled to death

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2 killed, 4 injured in J&K ropeway project cable car crash, days before inauguration by PM Narendra Modi

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Parliament has no right to hijack Brexit, says Trade Minister Liam Fox

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Despite warning from party, Shatrughan Sinha fires fresh salvo at BJP, says `Kolkata rally was aimed at saving democracy`

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The 10% question

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Global private equity funds bullish as six airports up for sale

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RSS ideologue Govindacharya backs Mukesh Ambani's data localisation pitch

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With Kejriwal on dais, Mann announces he has quit drinking

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New Zealand tough side but it will be advantage India: Madan Lal

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Only a small number of Bangladeshis will benefit from Citizenship Bill, says MHA

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Misinformation Being Spread Over Citizenship Bill: Sarbananda Sonowal

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India, Bangladesh Border Forces Probe How 31 Rohingya Got Stuck In Border

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PM Modi panicking as elections approaching: Congress on EVM committee critics

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The Congress on Sunday said that because Lok Sabha elections are on the horizon, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started panicking and therefore is criticising the formation of the four-member committee for EVMs.Speaking to the media, Congress leader PL Punia said: "As elections are approaching, Prime Minister Modi is panicking and is in anxiety and doesn't know what to say. We have objections with EVMs and we have informed the election commission about the same"."We want that vote should be done on ballot papers. Ballot paper should be used for voting instead of EVMs," Punia added.West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said that a four-member committee had been formed to clarify opposition parties' stand on EVMs in view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, SP president Akhilesh Yadav, BSP leader Satish Mishra, and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi, are the members of this committee.Speaking on the party's poll preparedness, .....
                 

Vibrant Summit helped Gujarat recover image post ’02 riots: CM Vijay Rupani

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Opposition’s alliance is of corruption, negativity: PM Modi

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Shared a woman's pain: BJP MLA apologises for worse than eunuch remarks on Mayawati

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Opposition to participate in R-Day events can`t be accepted: BJP`s Ram Madhav amid row over govt order

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Congress undoubtedly best equipped to lead opposition`s charge against BJP: Tejashwi Yadav

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Biocon chief Kiran Mazumsdar-Shaw wants Cong to commit to growth of digital economy growth

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India's biotechnology industry pioneer Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Sunday urged the Congress to commit itself to the growth of a robust digital economy in the country and include it in its 2019 Lok Sabha poll manifesto. A billionaire entrepreneur and founder of the country's leading biotechnology firm Biocon, Mazumdar gave this suggestion to the Congress during the party's 'manifesto consultation meeting on IT and BT Economy', chaired by P Chidambaram here. "Your manifesto must focus on creating a digital economy that helps everyone. That could be the most inclusive part of your manifesto," she said, addressing the Congress manifesto consultation meeting. "There are 800 million plus people in our country using mobile phones and you should be able to provide that connectivity and access to the market and capital. That is the kind of digital economy we must create," said Mazumdar, listed repeatedly by the Forbes as amongst the 100 most powerful woman in the world by Forbes. While focusing on .....
                 

Fact Check: Mamata spoke about Muslims, but she also praised other religions at Opposition's mega rally

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31 Rohingya Muslims stuck at Indo-Bangladesh border; BSF, BGB in denial

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Varthur lake in Bengaluru catches fire again, migratory birds at risk

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Earthquake of magnitude 3.6 hits Maharashtra`s Palghar district

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African Union delays delegates' trip to Kinshasa over vote result

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The African Union has postponed sending a delegation to the DR Congo over the country's disputed presidential election after the Constitutional Court declared Felix Tshisekedi the victor, an AU spokeswoman said Sunday. "All I can confirm at this time is that the trip has been postponed. We will release a statement shortly," said Ebba Kalando, spokeswoman for the head of the AU Commission, Chadian Moussa Faki. This comment comes after an AU source earlier had said the pan-African organisation was cancelling its trip to Democratic Republic of Congo. At a summit on Thursday, AU leaders had cited "serious doubts" about the election figures and called for the announcement of the final results to be delayed. The European Union concurred with the AU assessment, a spokeswoman had said. But the 16-nation Southern African Development Community congratulated Felix Tshisekedi, a longtime opposition leader, on Sunday for being declared president-elect and called for a peaceful handover of .....
                 

Lobbying against external benchmark begins

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Directed all institutes, including IITs, IIMs to implement general quota from next year: Prakash Javadekar

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Review angel tax

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Tepid start to Q3 earnings as India Inc reports net profit growth at 10.1%

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Kerala High Court stays GST on tax collected at source on cars

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Statue of Unity a way to rectify historical wrongs: Venkaiah Naidu

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Pro-Khalistan group threatens to disrupt R-Day event, Indian Missions abroad seek security

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India To Soon Get Its Own Standard Of Apparel Size: Smriti Irani

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Nirmala Sitharaman criticises Congress attack on Rafale jet deal

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SAD slams Sidhu for violation of protocols in writing letters to PM Modi, Imran Khan

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The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Sunday criticised Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu for violating protocols and writing letters directly to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani PM Imran Khan.Speaking to ANI, SAD leader Daljeet Singh Cheema said, "As far as Kartarpur corridor is concerned, each and every Sikh wants that Kartarpur corridor should be completed at the earliest, Sidhu also wants the same, so we agree with him on that. But the way he is writing letters to Pakistan Prime Minister and Indian Prime Minister is little weird".The former Punjab Education Minister said that being a cabinet minister, Sidhu is obliged to follow certain protocols, adding that if he has some suggestions, he should first write to the Chief Minister of the state, who will write about the matter to the Prime Minister, who will then take the issue forward at an international level."But it seems that Sidhu does not have the habit of following protocols and he is more interested in sending his .....
                 

DD Free Dish slots e-auction: I&B clears what I&B had stalled

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If Modi voted out, anarchy: Javadekar

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MS Dhoni eyes Sachin Tendulkar's record in New Zealand after hitting form in Australia

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Financial stress may impact flight safety, warns Air India pilots` union

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Sasikala given preferential treatment in prison; separate kitchen provided: Inquiry report

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Arun Jaitley Will Return From US To Present Interim Budget, Say Sources

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Bhagwant Mann issues darunama vowing not to take liquor again, Kejriwal says big sacrifice

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Nirav Modi case: Punjab National Bank executive directors sacked for failing to prevent scam

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Statue of Unity a priceless investment, worthy of money spent on it: Venkaiah Naidu

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Clashes in Athens as tens of thousands protest Macedonian name deal

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Clashes between police and a group of masked protesters left several injured in Athens on Sunday as tens of thousands demonstrated against a name change deal with neighbouring Macedonia that the Greek parliament is due to ratify in days. The violence flared as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attempts to face down a political storm over his championing of a landmark agreement with Macedonia aimed at ending a 27-year dispute with Athens over the country's name. Police estimates put the number of demonstrators at 60,000 at 1200 GMT, while organisers said 100,000 people had arrived for the rally, with hundreds of buses bringing demonstrators, especially from the region of northern Greece that also claims the Macedonia name. Ten police were hurt in the protests, according to the Greek citizens' protection ministry, while a first aid station said two protesters were hospitalised with breathing difficulties. Scuffles broke out after about 30 masked youths tried to force the closure of .....
                 

Indian Navy abandons efforts to pull out decomposed body of Meghalaya miner

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2019 Lok Sabha polls will be fought between `56-inch chest` and `khichdi` coalition: BJP

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Trump had conversations on Moscow tower up to the 2016 US elections: lawyer

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US President Donald Trump had conversations about a proposed project to build a Trump Tower in Moscow throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, far later than previously acknowledged, his lawyer said Sunday. Trump's conversations with his then personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, who was spearheading the negotiations in Moscow, continued throughout the year until October or November 2016, Rudy Giuliani said. "It's our understanding that they went on throughout 2016 -- there weren't a lot of them, but there were conversations," the former New York mayor said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "Can't be sure the exact dates, but the president can remember having conversations with him about it," he said. Cohen, who was sentenced to three years in prison for an assortment of felonies, has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2017 when he testified that the negotiations had ended by January of 2016. In fact, he later admitted, they had gone on much longer, until June of 2016, when Trump ....
                 

Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor attracts Rs 3,123 cr of proposals

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Market disruptors are often over-played, says HUL's Sanjiv Mehta

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