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02 Sep 2015, 20:19 HRS IST
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Last date for filing Income Tax return extended till September 7: Finance Ministry.Sensex ends 242.88 pts down at 25,453.56; Nifty falls 68.85 pts to settle at 7,717.00.A Delhi court frames rape charge against "Peepli Live" co-director Mahmood Farooqui for allegedly sexually assualting an American researcher.A Delhi court frames rape charge against "Peepli Live" co-director Mahmood Farooqui for allegedly sexually assualting an American researcher.The court sentences Managing Director of private firm Sweka Powertech Engineers Pvt Ltd to six years in jail in the case.A Delhi court sentences five persons, including 4 MCD officials, to four-year jail term each in 2010 CWG street lighting scam case.We expect pace of growth to pick up with ongoing reforms; GDP numbers may be much higher than what was suggested earlier: CEA.India is closer to deflation; we should focus on deflation rather than inflation: CEA Arvind Subramanian.Directionally GDP data suggest that economy is recovering which is consistent with revenue collections, real credit growth: CEA.Cabinet clears reimbursement of Rs 113 cr of losses on pulses imported between 2006-11 by four government agencies.Cabinet approves import of 5,000 tonnes each of Tur and Urad Dal by MMTC for retail distribution to consumers by Sep 5.Unified licensing regime will be introduced for operators to produce hydrocarbons in auction for 69 small and marginal oilfields: Pradhan.Gas produced to be sold at prevailing market price; no restrictions on allocation: Pradhan.Revenue sharing being introduced for the first time in oil sector: Pradhan.Rs 70,000 crore worth of resources will be monetised after the Cabinet decision to auction 69 oil fields: Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.
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Union leaders claimed that over 15 crore organised sector workers went on the strike. PTI Photo
Union leaders claimed that over 15 crore organised sector workers went on the strike. PTI Photo
  • Strike hits normal life, coal output; Violent clashes in WB
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  • New Delhi: A day-long nationwide strike impacted normal life on Wednesday in various parts of the country with coal production, banking operations and transport services being hit the most, while violent clashes erupted in West Bengal resulting in arrest of over 200 persons. Union leaders claimed that over 15 crore organised sector workers went on the strike, call for which was given by 10 central trade unions against changes in labour laws and PSU privatisation along with their other demands. The BJP-backed BMS and NFITU however stayed away from the strike.
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