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30 Oct 2014, 20:43 HRS IST
Fadnavis meets GadkariModi likely to visit Varanasi on November 7ICICI Bank records 15% growth in Q2 net profit at Rs 2,709 crore as against Rs 2,352 crore in corresponding quarterGovt enhances compensation to civilian victims of communal, terrorist or Naxal violence from Rs three lakh to Rs five lakhSensex jumps 260.68 points to hit all-time high of 27,358.85Delhi HC issues notice to ED, Centre on bail plea of Gautam Khaitan, arrested in Rs 3,600-cr VVIP chopper deal related money laundering caseSC issues notices to Centre and Tamil Nadu government on Swamy's plea challenging constitutional validity of provisions of criminal defamation in IPC and CrPCSC stays proceeding of criminal defamation cases filed against BJP leader Subramanian Swamy by AIADMK governmentThere could be a minority govt with an outside support of a political outfit. Let us wait for sometime: SC tells AAPIt appears that Lt Governor has made positive moves in exploring the possibility of govt formation in Delhi: SCEnforcement Directorate issues summonses against all accused including Maran brothers in Aircel-Maxis deal money laundering case: sourcesAmravati Express derails near Kalyan; no casualtySensex extends rally; Nifty regains 8,100-mark in early tradeRupee down 19 paise against dollar in early trade
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Shiv Sena said it would boycott the function as it has constantly been humiliated by the BJP. PTI Photo
Shiv Sena said it would boycott the function as it has constantly been humiliated by the BJP. PTI Photo
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  • Mumbai: The first BJP government in Maharashtra led by Devendra Fadnavis will be sworn in tomorrow in a ceremony which Shiv Sena today said it will boycott because of "constant humiliation" despite claims of talks being held for a possible tie-up.
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