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SC refers matters related to Jallikattu to Constitution bench :- The Supreme Court on Friday referred matters related to the bull-taming sport Jallikattu to a Constitution bench.
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Prime Minister to inaugurate Global Investment Summit in Assam today :- In Assam, the state’s first two-day Global Investment Summit is being organized from Saturday.
EAM Sushma Swaraj returns home after concluding goodwill visit to Nepal :- External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has returned home after successful completion of goodwill visit to Nepal. This was the first high level visit from India after completion of historic three tier elections in Nepal.
CBI files chargesheet against ex-Haryana CM Hooda :- The CBI has filed a charge sheet against former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and 34 others in the Manesar land deal case.
‘Namocare’ covers all components of health: Health Minister Nadda :- Union Health minister JP Nadda hails ‘Namocare’ announced in General Budget; says, this health scheme covers all components of healthcare; Thanks Prime Minister and Finance Minister for pro-poor and pro-growth budget.
Budget to spur growth, help poor: FM Arun Jaitley :- In his first interaction with the industry post-budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the budget will spur growth and help the poor. Finance Minister said, the World’s biggest healthcare program announced in budget will be a game changer.
PM Modi to inaugurate Assam’s maiden global investment summit tomorrow :- Foreign delegations fom Bhutan, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Myanmar will also take part in the event.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley interacts with industry leaders after Budget 2018 :- The Finance Minister said that two new initiatives under the Ayushman Bharat Programme in the Union Budget 2018 will be a game changer.
EAM Sushma Swaraj meets Nepal PM,President in Kathmandu :- The External Affairs Minister congratulated President for successful completion of historic elections in Nepal.
Government committed to an early solution to Naga issue, says Kiren Rijiju :- Kiren Rijiju has also appealed to the political and civil society groups of Nagaland to participate in the upcoming Assembly elections in the state
Surajkund crafts mela to begin today :- The annual fair this year will be a ‘child-friendly event’ and highlight zero tolerance towards child rights violation.
Bofors case: Supreme Court to hear plea today :- Advocate Agrawal filed an appeal against the May 31, 2005, judgement of the Delhi High Court quashing all charges against the accused persons.
India joins Ashgabat agreement :- India’s accession to the agreement will come into force on 3rd of this month.
SC adopts roster system to assign cases, CJI to hear all PILs :- The 13-page notification said a roster of the work for fresh cases notified under the order of the CJI will come into effect from the 5th of this month till further orders.
South Africa gold mine: Rescue underway for 955 trapped workers :- The miners have been trapped underground since Wednesday night.
Syria conflict: Airstrike in Hama province cripples cave hospital :- The Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM), an international coalition of medical charities said the Al Maghara cave hospital in the town of Kafr Zita was hit by five missiles.
Budget for all: A look at the key focus areas :- It’s that time of the year again when everyone has a wish list and the burden of expectations lies on the Finance Minister.
1st ODI: India beat South Africa by 6 wickets :- India beat South Africa by 6 wickets, thanks to a brilliant ton (112) by Captain Virat Kohli in the opener of the six-match One-day International (ODI) series at Kingsmead, Durban on Thursday.
Migraine might raise your risk of cardiovascular problems: Study :- Migraine may increase the risk of developing cardiovascular problems, including heart attacks, stroke, blood clots and an irregular heart rate, a study has warned.