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02 Jul 2015, 17:54 HRS IST
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Civil Aviation Ministry seeks report from Air India on alleged delay of flights carrying ministers: Civil Aviation Secretary R N ChoubeyGST, Land bills crucial; hope no party takes anti-growth, anti-development stand: FM on passage of bills in Monsoon SessionSome people may be of relevance to TV channels, but not relevant to governance: Jaitley on Congress threat to disrupt ParliamentAFSPA will be revoked from Jammu and Kashmir when the  situation is conducive: Rajnath SinghNo proposal to hold talks with Hurriyat, says Home Minister Rajnath SingCabinet approves National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship; PM to head National Council on Skilling: FMRs 50,000 cr to be spent over 5 years on Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana: FMPrime Minister to chair National Steering committee on Irrigation: Finance MinisterSensex on a firmer footing, up 95 points in early tradeRupee down 5 paise against dollar
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Jaitley brushed aside concerns of Parliament''''s monsoon session being disrupted over Lalitgate. PTI Photo.
Jaitley brushed aside concerns of Parliament''''s monsoon session being disrupted over Lalitgate. PTI Photo.
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  • New Delhi:  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today brushed aside concerns of Parliament''''s upcoming monsoon session being disrupted over the Lalit Modi controversy, saying some people may be relevant to TV channels but not to governance. Jaitley said the Bills to amend the Land Acquisition Act and bring in a uniform pan-India Goods and Services Tax (GST) are very crucial for development.
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