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Daily Newsletter | Saturday, March 11, 2017
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Assembly polls: Counting to begin at 8am, trends expected by 11am
Counting of votes for the high-stakes assembly elections 2017 in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur will take place on Saturday morning with trends expected to be available by 11 am. By 12 noon, a final picture could emerge on who would be the major players in the five states.
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Cong not committing yet to secular alliance in UP
Congress was reluctant to engage with ally Akhilesh Yadav’s suggestion for a post-poll “secular” alliance, but said such a suggestion would be addressed only if no party was in a position to form a government.
India snubs UN chief, rejects Kashmir mediation
India has again reiterated that only a bilateral solution to the Kashmir issue is possible, amid signs that new United Nations (UN) secretary general Antonio Gutterres was looking at ways to break the deadlock between the two nations.


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Mother Dairy hikes milk prices by up to Rs 3/litre
Leading milk supplier Mother Dairy on Friday announced up to Rs 3 per litre increase in milk prices from tomorrow in Delhi-NCR and other cities, citing significant rise in procurement rates.


Read how Reliance Jio’s entry is making Airtel, Vodafone, Idea to ‘spend more’
The telecom industry’s pricing war is spreading to advertising, as top carriers Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular jacked up spending on promoting their latest price points and services to ring-fence users from jumping ship to Reliance J…
This may add to the worry of Indian IT companies
US clients of India’s $150-billion information technology services industry are inserting new caveats and exit clauses into outsourcing contracts on fears that the Donald Trump administration may bring in a new tax regime that would make off-shoring …
Samsung Galaxy S8 goes up on pre-orders in UK
Incidentally, according to reports the price on Mobilefun website is GBP 150 more than Galaxy S8’s predecessor Galaxy S7, which is said to be priced at GBP 549 at the time of launch. The company’s Galaxy S7 edge was priced at GBP 649 at the time of t…


PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal out of All England Open
Indian challenge came to an end at the All England Open Badminton Championships with PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal losing their quarter-final matches to Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei and Sung Ji Hyun of Korea respectively on Friday.
Kumble, Kohli misbehaved during Bangalore Test: Oz paper
In yet another stunning twist to the Bangalore Test, an Australian newspaper has now accused India captain Virat Kohli and head coach Anil Kumble of misbehaviors during the match.
COA didn’t want DRS issue to linger, says Diana Edulji
“Yes, we firmly stand by our captain Virat Kohli and that’s why the statement was issued supporting our captain. We have complete faith in our captain and it’s not the case that BCCI did not stand with the skipper,” COA member Diana Edulji said.


India’s industrial output up 2.7% in January
Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast a 0.5 percent growth in output compared with a revised 0.1 percent year-on-year fall in December.
Reliance Capital CEO Sam Ghosh quits
Sam Ghosh, who steered Reliance Capital for about 9 years as its CEO, is leaving the company to pursue other options. Ghosh had joined Reliance Capital in early 2008 and in mid-2015 was elevated to the board of the company as an executive director.
Govt mobilises 6.4 tonne gold under monetisation scheme
The scheme also intends to reduce the current account deficit by lowering country’s reliance on gold imports to meet the domestic demand, Minister of State for Finance Arun Ram Meghwal said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha.


Here’s why the Bachchans will not throw a Holi bash this year
While several Bollywood stars will be heading out to the biggest and wildest bashes, the industry’s first family, the Bachchans will be absent from the festivities.
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