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Defence, Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley has announced over 40 amendments to the Finance Bill 2017, including mandatory Aadhar Cards for the filing of taxes and a cap on cash limits when carrying out transactions.
A knife-wielding man stabbed a policeman inside the British Parliament, then plowed down pedestrians by driving a car, in an incident that has sent shockwaves through the UK. The authorities are treating it as a terror attack, which has left at least 40 people injured.
In the recent weeks, the buzzword in Bollywood is nepotism, thanks to Kangana Ranaut who brought it up as a riposte to Karan Johar. While the standard defence by Bollywood star kids is to make a case for hard work, it still doesn't make their privilege any less real.
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Newly appointed Chief minister Yogi Adityanath has banned chewing of paan and gutka in all government offices across Uttar Pradesh after finding walls stained with tobacco in the annexe building of his office in Lok Bhawan in Lucknow.
The Yogi Adityanath government must be facing a strange quandary over a case that implicates the sitting chief minister of inciting hate speech from two years ago. CM Adityanath is accused in it, along with four others, including BJP MLA Radhamohan Das Agarwal and BJP Rajya Sabha MP Shiv Pratap Shukla.
Surgeries and OPD services at major government hospitals in Delhi will be affected as 20,000 resident doctors threaten to go on casual leave in solidarity with doctors in Mumbai, who are also striking. Those working will be wearing helmets to protest against the rise in violence at doctors by relatives of patients.
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Two people were sentenced to life for the 2007 Ajmer dargah blasts, which killed three people and injured 15. A Special NIA Court also imposed a fine of ₹5,000 and ₹10,000 respectively on RSS pracharaks Devendra Gupta and Bhavesh Patel.
A new organisation called American Hindu Coalition, launched by a group of influential American Hindus, most of them of Indian descent, aspires to emerge as the political platform for all Hindus in the country, regardless of their ethnic origin. It claims to be unique because of its bipartisan character.
The Election Commission blocked the AIADMK's iconic 'two leaves' party symbol after rival factions, led by K Palaniswamy and O Panneerselvam, staked claim to it ahead of a by-poll necessitated by former leader of the party J Jayalalithaa's death.
In The Indian Express, legal expert Soli J Sorabjee says the duty to practice tolerance should be enshrined in the Indian Constitution alongside the fundamental rights given to the citizens as well as the fundamental duties expected of them.
Weighing in on the controversy over the release of Lipstick Under My Burkha, Salil Tripathi writes in Mint that censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani's puritanical disapproval of the depiction of human desire is a mere cover — the real problem is the film is made by a woman.
In The Hindu, Stanley Johny explains why Bangladesh has announced a Genocide Day, to be observed on 25 March, from this year. The idea is to mark the atrocities committed by the Pakistani army on civilians in the then East Pakistan during the Liberation War in 1971.
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