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  • Play It Safe by Investing in a Bajaj Finance Fixed Deposit The recent the economic downtrend has not been too favourable for investors, especially with the latest turn of events. The Union Budget was announced recently, and prices for several consumer goods increased due to a hike in taxes. Added to this is the RBI’s surprise move of repo rate reduction in June
  • LOK SABHA ELECTIONS RESULT LIVE UPDATES Lok Sabha election results 2019 LIVE UPDATES: The process of counting of votes will begin from 8 am onwards and results are expected only by late evening.
  • India Demands Safe Return of IAF Wing Commander Captured By Pakistan India-Pak Tensions LIVE : Acknowledging that an IAF wing commander is in Pakistan custody, the government has in a strongly worded statement objected to Pakistan military’s “vulgar display” of the injured pilot. The statement came moments after Pakistan military said it has one Indian pilot in custody. Hours earlier, he had claimed Pakistan had arrested two IAF personnel. Major General Asif Ghafoor, the chief of Pakistan military’s media wing, had earlier in the day released the service number o
  • नागपुर : ब्रह्मोस यूनिट में PAK की घुसपैठ, ISI एजेंट गिरफ्तार देश के सुरक्षा प्रतिष्ठान में एक बड़ी चूक उजागर हुई है. उत्तर प्रदेश के आतंक निरोधी दस्ते ने नागपुर स्थित ब्रह्मोस यूनिट ने एक कर्मचारी को जासूसी के आरोप में गिरफ्तार किया है. गिरफ्तार युवक पाकिस्तानी खुफिया एजेंसी आईएसआई का एजेंट बताया गया है. इस गिरफ्तारी के बाद सुरक्षा एजेंसियों में हड़कंप मच गया है.
  • BJP Reaction To Sidhu\'s Pak Hug Is Typical Every culture has its own form of greeting. The Maoris rub noses. Indians put their palms together with the Sanskritised saying \"Namshkar\", \"Namaskar\" or \"Namaste\", the Dravidians saying, \"Vanakkam\". The Japanese bow low. The Europeans and Americans shake hands, but male and female friends lightly brush the cheek of the other sex. Arab males kiss each other on the cheek. In Pakistan, the muhajir - immigrant from India - is often the butt-end of jokes for repeatedly salaaming and mutterin
  • Here are some lessons from Kerala on tackling crises: Unlike what usually happens during a disaster, the Kerala government has not faced severe criticism for what went wrong on the ground. Popular perception has been that the political class, bureaucracy, civil society and of course the people of Kerala worked well together to overcome the adversity.

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