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Daily Newsletter | Wednesday, June 07, 2017
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5 killed as shots fired at MP farmers’ protest, Cong calls bandh
Though the state government insisted the police and CRPF had not fired at the farmers, survivors of the shooting, and even the BJP state chief, contradicted the government. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan accused the Congress of instigating the violence.
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The identified highway projects covering nearly 15,000km entail investment of about Rs 1.8 lakh crore. The total number of jobs created by these projects will also be highlighted. Works identified by the shipping ministry are related to port development and some projects relating to the development of waterways.
Rahul likely to take over as Cong chief in October
For the Gandhi clan, it would be the fifth member to hold the reins of Congress. the October elevation would provide a testing time in view of a string of end-year assembly polls.


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DU postpones registrations to UG entrance, PG courses for second time
The registration for post-graduate courses and online entrance test to some UG courses in Delhi University has been delayed by another week, due to some “glitches in the system”.
Why UP CM has put some officials on the dock
A notice was issued to DMs and SSPs of Agra, Firozabad, Mainpuri and 17 other districts for being worst performers in handling public grievances.


Apple WWDC 2017: 12 big announcements
Apple unleashed a slew of new products, software, and updates at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, or WWDC, on Monday.
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Infosys, Wipro among 7 Indian companies to receive fewer H-1B visas in 2016: Report
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Champions Trophy: England beat New Zealand to reach semis
England booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy with an 87-run win over New Zealand in Cardiff on Tuesday. Victory meant England had won both their opening Group A games.
India beat Nepal 2-0 in international friendly
Goals from Sandesh Jhingan and Jeje Lalpekhlua in the second half helped India beat Nepal in a friendly match at the Football Arena in Andheri Sports Complex, Mumbai on Tuesday.
Sehwag applies for coach’s job with two-line resume: Reports
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GST to help India achieve 9% growth rate: Niti Aayog CEO
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Rupee halts 4-day rally on RBI policy eve, down 7 paise
Snapping its four-day winning run, the rupee on Tuesday turned weaker by 7 paise to end at 64.43 against the US dollar amid caution ahead of the outcome of the RBI’s bi-monthly policy review meet tomorrow.


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