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Labour and Employment Minister Santosh Gangwar says that a particular booth in the Kali Bari locality did not vote in his favour, despite being a traditional Bharatiya Janata Party pocket. His complaint has now gone viral over social media.

Govt has limited scope to provide stimulus: Report Aug 16 2019

Amid buzz of talks between the Finance Ministry and the Prime Minister's Office over a stimulus to revive growth, a report has said that the government has limited scope to provide a fiscal stimulus given the fiscal constraints.

SC pulls advocate for filing defective petition on Article 370 Aug 16 2019

The Supreme Court on Friday reprimanded advocate M.L. Sharma for filing a frivolous application opposing the Centre's decision to revoke Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

UN Security Council To Meet Today On India's Moves In Kashmir Aug 16 2019

The UN Security Council is due to meet behind closed-doors on Friday at the request of China and Pakistan to discuss India’s decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, diplomats said.

Patriotic songs mark I-Day celebrations at Attari-Wagah border Aug 15 2019

Thousands of people converged at the Attari-Wagah joint check post between India and Pakistan to be part of the celebrations for India's 73rd Independence Day. Singers and performers entertained the crowd with patriotic songs to mark the occasion.

Priyanka calls manner of Art. 370 revocation 'unconstitutional' Aug 13 2019

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, on Tuesday, said that the manner in which the BJP-led central government revoked Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was 'completely unconstitutional' and 'against all the principles of democracy'.

World's largest water pump house begins operation in Telangana Aug 12 2019

Lakshmipur pump house, a key component of Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project (KLIP) and claimed to be the world's largest pump house, has successfully commenced operations in Telangana, it was announced today.

Kerala Flood Toll Hits 67; Over 2.54 Lakh In Camps Aug 12 2019

The heavy rains that lashed Kerala over the last few days have lessened in intensity, even as the toll rose to 67 while over 2.54 lakh displaced people were in relief camps, the state government said.

Expectations Of Stimulus Dose To Induce Minor Positive Bias In Equities Aug 11 2019

Expectations of various policy measures including some type of a stimulus package by the government to reverse the slowdown is expected to aide the Indian equity indices to consolidate in the upcoming truncated trade week.