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    Daily Horoscope for Saturday, October 7, 2017

    Aries:- Don’t get too involved in the problems of loved ones. Financial proposals may not be as clear-cut as they seem, keep your options open, and study them in greater details before you make a decision.

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    Smriti Irani says, Govt sees CBFC as facilitator for filmmakers

    New Delhi: Union minister Smriti Irani today said the government views agencies like the censor board “as facilitators” within the ambit of law. She also said she never spoke about former Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chief Pahlaj Nihalani because irrespective of the kind of cinema he makes, he is a senior member of the film fraternity.

  • PM Narendra Modi gave ‘Diwali’ bonanza to people: BJP on GST Council meet

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday hailed the Good and Service Tax (GST) council meet stating that the Centre has given a big ‘Diwali’ bonanza to the common people. The GST Council, in its 22nd meeting, held in New Delhi on Friday at the Vigyan Bhawan, was chaired by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to discussed the impact of the GST on trade and exporters.

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    Mumbai: PIL seeks ED probe against Narayan Rane in multi-crore money laundering case

    Mumbai: In what can cause serious problems for Narayan Rane, the new ally of BJP-led Nationalist Democratic Alliance (NDA), a criminal PIL has been filed in the Bombay High Court. The PIL has sought directions to the Enforcement Directorate to “reopen” a multi-crore money laundering case against Rane and his associate Avigna group head —  Kailash Agarwal.

  • Ujjain: Man shot near Durga Plaza over a petty issue

    Ujjain: A man was chased and murdered by six men near Durga Plaza late on Thursday. The victim Vikas Somshankar Pathak, resident of Rishi Nagar, had gone out for dinner with his friends and cousin Vivek at a restaurant near Madhav club on Thursday where he got into a brawl over the issue of staring at six men, who were also dining at the restaurant.

  • Ujjain: Cong claims corruption in water tank purchase

    Ujjain: Congress corporators have claimed that the department of Public Health Engineering (PHE) has no record of 535 water storage tanks purchased during Simhastha-2016. Corporators led by leader of opposition, Rajendra Vashishtha visited the store department of PHE at Gaughat on Friday, and checked the purchase register which suggested corruption in the purchase of tanks.

  • Ujjain: Disgruntled railway employees find a platform to express woes at safety seminar

    Ujjain: A day-long zonal safety seminar was organised by Western Railway Employees Union (WREU) at Railway community hall, here on Friday. Hundreds of workshop employees and safety officers from Ratlam, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Mumbai, Bhavnagar and Pratap Nagar divisions of the Western Railway participated and put forward their demands and woes at the event.

  • Ujjain: Congress and BJP join hands to protest against police thrashing

    Ujjain: Congress and Bharatiya Janata party workers along with members of the Mali community staged demonstration and gheraoed Jeevajiganj police station in protest against the police thrashing up some youngsters during a procession taken out to offer ‘chadar’ on the ‘samadhi’ of Peer Matsyendranath on ‘Sharad Purnima,’ on Friday morning.

  • PM Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley put common people into trouble: Congress on GST council meet

    New Delhi: The Congress on Saturday, while speaking on the Goods and Service Tax (GST) council meet, asserted that the Central Government always rejected Congress’ appeal to revise the tax reforms. The GST Council 22nd meeting was held in New Delhi on Friday at the Vigyan Bhawan and was chaired by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to discuss the impact of the GST on trade and exporters.

  • Thane: Doctors protest against upcoming NCISM Bill

    Thane: Medical practitioners in the BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and surgery) and BUMS (Bachelor of unani mediine and surgery) streams protested against an upcoming bill NCISM in Thane on Friday.

  • Chief Minister dedicates houses to poor during Ujjain visit

    Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited the city on Friday attending many events including inauguration of houses built in Anand Nagar area under the Prime Minister housing scheme. He inaugurated the house of beneficiary Bhaiyyalal Katariya, in the presence of energy minister Paras Jain, Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya, Mayor Meena Jonwal, MLA Mohan Yadav, BJP city head Iqbal Singh Gandhi, UMC Speaker Sonu Gehlot and others.

  • Indore: Headship of School of Economics: Contesting profs bury hatchet but Mishra gets the cake

    Indore: Even though Prof Gyanprakash and Prof Kanhaiya Ahuja, who confronted each other over the headship of School of Economics, have buried hatchet with the latter recommending the former’s name for the coveted post, DAVV vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad surprised one and all by announcing Prof PN Mishra, a faculty of Institute of Management Studies (IMS), as the new head of the Economics department.

  • Mumbai: Telcos harassing customers over linking mobile number to Aadhaar

    Mumbai: Consumers have been repeatedly receiving calls reminding cellphone users of doing biometrics and connecting their cell number to Aadhaar. This is followed by repeated text messages. They are not stalkers but your telecom operator, calling you to link your mobile numbers to Aadhaar for e-KYC for subscriber verification before February 2018.

  • Indore: Student union polls: ABVP stages roadblock, NSUI forms human chain to protest delay

    Indore: Cutting across party lines, activists of both ABVP and NSUI on Friday took to streets to protest against delay in announcement of student union polls, which as per the academic calendar 2017-18 should have been conducted in August and September. While ABVP activists staged a roadblock at Bhawarkuna Square, workers of NSUI formed a human chain in front of Islamia Karimia College in Chhawani. Leaders of both the outfits threatened to

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    Mumbai: Residents upset over power outage

    Mumbai: Citizens across the state were upset to experience one hot day on Friday, after  the power utility companies did not warn them of power outage. Friday morning saw people across the state being delayed in their activities as they faced load shedding. In fact, only after the people took to venting their frustration on social media did the companies send out messages on Saturday.