- India NewsUP Assembly Polls: 1,12,746 new voters added in voter list
As UP Assembly election dates are nearing, the state is gearing up positively towards it. 1,12,746 new voters got themselves listed in the voter list as per revised electoral roll in the district.CitiesAwards for mathematics genius in Delhi
ELMAS Abacus Mental Mathematics Academy organized its 11th State Level Competition at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, K.G.Marg, New Delhi 110001. Approximately 180 students from various centres participated in the competition. It was a big gathering with 300+ kids and parents.India NewsPM Modi brought his own packed lunch!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known for his orthodox style of working in and outside of the office. Since, he was sworn in as the PM of India has done some things which no other processors of him have dared to. Once again he stunned the country with such an activity when he carried his own lunch in a rally on Wednesday.India NewsVideo: PM Modi says Rahul Gandhi is learning, he replies mock me but answer questions
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday satirized Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's 'earthquake' comment and jibed that he is "learning how to make speeches".India NewsRBI rolls back its Rs 5000 guideline to avoid bank customers’ harassment
The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday rolled back its latest guideline that said for a deposit of above Rs 5000 in banned currency notes till December 31 customers will have to submit a valid reason.India NewsRahul Gandhi puts serious allegations over PM Modi, BJP hits back
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday alleged Prime Minister Narendra Modi of taking money from Sahara and Birla groups during his services as Gujarat Chief Minister. Bharatiya Janata Party rejected all his allegations, saying that it is Mr Gandhi's tactics to divert attention from the AgustaWestland probe in which the names of Congress leaders and the "family" were coming up.India NewsCBSE issues new guidelines: Board exam is back, sanskrit for two more years
CBSE governing body on Tuesday morning gave green signal to bring back class X board exams, compulsory from 2018 academic year. The core members of team also discussed over sticking with three language formula till board exams – which means students who are currently studying Sanskrit in class 8 will have to continue studying it till class 10th and also appear for it in the board exams.CitiesIncome Tax raid at Tamil Nadu top officer; 30 lakh cash, 5 kg gold seized
Income Tax department on Wednesday raided 11 locations linked to Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary P Rama Mohana Rao, including his official chamber and residence, to unearth Rs 30 lakh in new currency and 5 kg gold.India NewsCabinet passes ordinance to push digital transaction
In another move to push digital transaction in the country, the Cabinet has passed an ordinance debarring salary payment in cash on Wednesday.
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