News Snippets

  • Bengal starts paying MNREGA workers out of own funds as Central disbursement is stopped due to alleged 'discrepancies' in accounts
  • ISC chemistry paper postponed to March 21 just hours before start of exam due to "unforeseen circumstances"
  • Ghajal legend Pankaj Udhas passes away. he was 72
  • Calcutta HC says that there is no stay on arresting TMC leader Shahjahan and he should be arrested immediately
  • With latest data showing big fall in consumption of food and cereal, the government might rejig retail inflation data
  • Stock markets go down on Monday: Sensex loses 352 points to 72790 and Nifty 90 points to 22122
  • Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma steps down as chairman of Paytm Payments Bank
  • Rohit Sharma says only players with hunger to perform in Tests will be given chances, issuing a stern warning for those who play truant
  • Fourth Test: Shubman Gill (52 no) and Dhruv Jurel (39no) take India home after they slumped to 120/5
  • Fourth Test: India win by 5 wickets to claim series 3-1 with one Test remaining
  • UK writer Prof Nitasha Kaul, who was invited by the Congress government in Karnataka for the international conferecne on the Constitution, was detained and deported upon her arrival at Bengaluru airport
  • Haryana INLD chief Nafe Singh Rathee was shot dead in Bahadurgarh in the state after his car was ambushed and sprayed with bullets by suspected gangsters
  • After the Congress left late Ahmad Patel's fief Bharuch in Gujarat for the AAP, his son Faisal Patel has revolted and said that he will contest from the seat
  • BSP implodes as MP Ritesh Pandey joins BJP with 3 more MPS eyeing a switch to the BJP, 2 looking to join the Congress and 1 RLD
  • PM Modi inaugurates Sudarshan Setu, a 2.3km long cable-strayed bridge that connects Okha on the mainland to Beyt Dwarka island in the Arabian Sea off Gujarat coast
India win the Ranchi Test by 5 wickets, take an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the five-match series
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