March 27, 2017

Today’s Top News

Today’s Top News
  • The Country is yours, No Tax will be levied on you”, PM Modi assures farmers: Days after the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday rejected apprehensions that farmers depositing money in banks will be subjected to tax.
  • Modi’s demonetisation has had a unique effect on Kashmir: Defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said that there have been no incidents of stone pelting in the Valley ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation decision on November 8.
  • dawood-ibrahimDawood pumped in fake currency to Kerala: NIAIn a major revelation, the National Investigating Agency has told the Ernakulam NIA court that underworld don Dawood Ibrahim played a major role in smuggling counterfeit currencies printed in Pakistan to Kerala. The probe agency also told the court that Dawood Ibrahim’s brother Anees Ibrahim and Davood’s aide Aftaf Bhatkal, both wanted criminals in the 1993 Mumbai blast case, helped Tahir Taklya to smuggle the fake currency notes to Kerala.
  • Current Account Limit Raised to 50000 by RBI: The Reserve Bank of India on Monday said that current account holders are allowed to withdraw up to Rs 50,000 in a week. Such tenders will be disbursed mainly in Rs 2,000 denomination, said a circular from the RBI.
  • Google will soon ban fake news sites from using its ad network : Google announced that its advertising tools will soon be closed to websites that promote fake news, a policy that could cut off revenue streams for publications that circulates hoaxes on platforms like Facebook
  • sania-mirza-1453747890-800Queen of Indian Tennis turns 30 Today: When beauty and talent combined, Indian tennis court got refreshed by the Queens arrival. She sets fire to the pavilion by her cute smile and more youth began to watch tennis.
  • India takes steps to boost cash supply: With no end in sight to the cash crunch faced by millions, the government has eased restrictions on the withdrawal of alternative currency and extended by 10 days deadline for use of the defunct Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes for paying utility and fuel bills.
  • ‘Failure to Act’ and ‘Silence’ only encourages terrorists : PM Modi: Besides being agreed to strengthening their bilateral ties in Defence , trade and agriculture, India and Israel on Tuesday asserted that terrorism is a major threat, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi hinting at Pakistan being a birthplace of terror.

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