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Daily bulletin: Maharashtra Cabinet likely to clear reservation for Marathas, RBI board meeting today, TDB to move SC over Sabarimala; day's top stories
India

Daily bulletin: Maharashtra Cabinet likely to clear reservation for Marathas, RBI board meeting today, TDB to move SC over Sabarimala; day's top stories

Amarinder Singh suspected Pakistan's ISI-backed Khalistani or Kashmiri militants' role in the Amritsar terror attack, Maharashtra winter session starts today, N Chandrababu Naidu will meet Mamata Banerjee today - here are the day's top stories

Fuel rates continue to decline further due to fall in crude prices; OMCs, oil producers to get a breather
Business

Fuel rates continue to decline further due to fall in crude prices; OMCs, oil producers to get a breather

Friday is the is the 30th consecutive day when fuel prices have not been increased in the country

Falling price of food isn't always good news; it signals deep trouble for India's rural economy
Business

Falling price of food isn't always good news; it signals deep trouble for India's rural economy

It is quite possible that non-food WPI and manufacturing will also fall in coming months for two reasons

Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi to campaign in Chhattisgarh; Chandrababu Naidu to meet MK Stalin; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi to campaign in Chhattisgarh; Chandrababu Naidu to meet MK Stalin; day's top stories

Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi will be in Chhattisgarh on Friday to campaign for the first phase of the Assembly elections, Congress to stage protest against demonitisation in front Of RBI Offices - here are the day's top stories

Despite global and domestic headwinds, GDP growth to be near-trend in 2019: Moody's Investors Service
Business

Despite global and domestic headwinds, GDP growth to be near-trend in 2019: Moody's Investors Service

The GDP growth accelerated to 8.2 percent in the June quarter of the current fiscal year, after clocking a 6.7 percent expansion in fiscal 2018.

'Narendra Modi failed the electorate,' says Manmohan Singh, slams government's silence on mob lynching, cow vigilantism
Politics

'Narendra Modi failed the electorate,' says Manmohan Singh, slams government's silence on mob lynching, cow vigilantism

In a scathing criticism of Narendra Modi, Manmohan Singh said he was elected as the 14th prime minister of India on the back of many lofty promises, but in the past four years, he and his government "failed" their electorate and eroded the voters' faith.

Petrol price cut by Rs 2 per litre, diesel by Re 1 in last eight days on softening of crude oil rates
Business

Petrol price cut by Rs 2 per litre, diesel by Re 1 in last eight days on softening of crude oil rates

In Delhi, petrol now costs Rs 80.85 per litre and diesel is priced at Rs 74.73 a litre

Fuel rates down for fifth consecutive day; petrol prices cut by 30 paise per litre, diesel by 28 paise per litre in Mumbai
Business

Fuel rates down for fifth consecutive day; petrol prices cut by 30 paise per litre, diesel by 28 paise per litre in Mumbai

In the past five days, the petrol prices were cut cumulatively by Rs 1.38 per litre and diesel by 81 paise per litre in Mumbai.

Daily Bulletin: Monday is last day for Sabarimala darshan in October; Delhi's air pollution spikes to season's highest; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Monday is last day for Sabarimala darshan in October; Delhi's air pollution spikes to season's highest; day's top stories

Monday is the last day of this month's darshan at the Sabarimala temple; Delhi's deteriorating air quality; Deepika-Ranveer announce marriage in November and other top stories for 22 October, 2018

Daily bulletin: TDB to seek amicable solution to Sabarimala row, Vikas Bahl hearing; today's top stories​
India

Daily bulletin: TDB to seek amicable solution to Sabarimala row, Vikas Bahl hearing; today's top stories​

Travancore Devaswom Board will meet on Friday in Thiruvananthapuram to find an amicable solution to the Sabarimala row, Narendra Modi to hand over keys of houses to PMAY beneficiaries in Maharashtra's Shirdi, Zika cases rise to 106 in Rajasthan - day's top stories

Dealers in national capital to shut petrol pumps on 22 October in protest against Delhi govt's refusal to cut VAT
Business

Dealers in national capital to shut petrol pumps on 22 October in protest against Delhi govt's refusal to cut VAT

Delhi Petrol Dealers Association (DPDA) on Monday said all 400-odd petrol pumps in the national capital will remain closed on 22 October in protest against the Delhi government's refusal to cut VAT on petrol and diesel.

WPI inflation rises to two-month high of 5.13% in September on hardening of food prices, increase in fuel cost
Business

WPI inflation rises to two-month high of 5.13% in September on hardening of food prices, increase in fuel cost

Inflation based on wholesale prices rose to a two-month high of 5.13 percent in September, mainly due to hardening of food prices and rise in cost of petrol and diesel.

ABVP's lies are eroding democratic values across campuses, says Indian Youth Congress chief Keshav Chand Yadav
Politics

ABVP's lies are eroding democratic values across campuses, says Indian Youth Congress chief Keshav Chand Yadav

Indian Youth Congress national president Keshav Chandra Yadav said that there is no comparison between his organisation and the ABVP.

Petrol, diesel rates: Govt will not ask oil marketing companies to further subsidise fuel prices, says finance ministry official
Business

Petrol, diesel rates: Govt will not ask oil marketing companies to further subsidise fuel prices, says finance ministry official

Most of the Rs 2.50 per litre reduction in rates effected from 5 October has been lost in increases in selling prices on subsequent days, giving rise to the suspicion that the government may again ask OMCs to subsidise fuel.

Jet fuel prices cut by 2.6% as govt lowers excise duty; to cost less than petrol, diesel
Business

Jet fuel prices cut by 2.6% as govt lowers excise duty; to cost less than petrol, diesel

The government had on Wednesday cut excise duty on jet fuel to 11 percent from 14 percent previously to give relief to the aviation industry that has been in recent weeks hit hard by rising fuel prices and plummeting rupee.

Airline stocks fly high, gain up to over 7% after government cuts excise duty on jet fuel
Business

Airline stocks fly high, gain up to over 7% after government cuts excise duty on jet fuel

Shares of InterGlobe Aviation (IndiGo) zoomed 7.44 percent, Jet Airways soared 4.70 percent and SpiceJet 4.69 percent on BSE.

No going back on fuel price deregulation, global prices touching a four-year high of  $85 per barrel a 'challenge': Dharmendra Pradhan
Business

No going back on fuel price deregulation, global prices touching a four-year high of $85 per barrel a 'challenge': Dharmendra Pradhan

The combination of high international oil prices and a depreciating rupee has made imports costlier, resulting in retail pump rates shooting up. Petrol price on Monday was hiked by 21 paise a litre and diesel by 28 paise.

At 74 and down 26% since 2014, the rupee is not having a 'golden run'; the Piyush Goyal school of economics is a cruel joke
Business

At 74 and down 26% since 2014, the rupee is not having a 'golden run'; the Piyush Goyal school of economics is a cruel joke

By pretending that there is no rupee crisis doesn’t mean there is none. The problem is real.

Daily Bulletin: Phase 1 voting in J&K ULB polls today, Tanushree Dutta files FIR against Nana Patekar; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Phase 1 voting in J&K ULB polls today, Tanushree Dutta files FIR against Nana Patekar; day's top stories

As many as 584 polling stations will be set up in Jammu where the first phase of the four-phased local body elections which will start from Monday, officials said. In the first of the four-phase elections, eight districts of the Kashmir division, including Leh and Kargil, will vote Monday to elect representatives to 15 municipal councils and committees, including three wards of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation.

Rahul Gandhi and his allies' tweets, TV bytes will not resolve challenges thrown up by increase in crude oil prices: Arun Jaitley
India

Rahul Gandhi and his allies' tweets, TV bytes will not resolve challenges thrown up by increase in crude oil prices: Arun Jaitley

Jaitley accused the government critics of doing a 'volte-face' by terming the cut in petrol and diesel prices by Rs 2.5 per litre by the Centre as 'bad economics'.