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Daily Newsletter | Wednesday, September 06, 2017
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Despite BRICS declaration, China won’t blink in Masood Azhar issue
6k Indians to be hit as Trump scrapped ‘Dreamer’
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700 BDS seats up for grabs in Tamil Nadu
A day after completing MBBS admissions on Tamil Nadu, the state selection committee, which is in-charge of medical and dental admissions, is staring at nearly 700 vacant BDS seats, including 100 government quota seats in self-financing dental colleges, on Tuesday.
Gujarat CM says no place for third front in state
Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani said that there will be a direct fight between BJP and Congress in the assembly polls later this year with the saffron party poised to win 150 seats, arguing that there is no place for a third party in the state including Hardik Patel’s outfit.
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Increase capacity of waste to energy plants: Lt Governor Anil Baijal to civic bodies
The L-G directed the EDMC to immediately take up expansion of the capacity of the existing waste to energy plant and in the first phase, said Lt Governor’s office in a statement.


WhatsApp may start charging these users in sometime, claims report
Facebook Inc is gearing up to make money from WhatsApp, the messaging service used by more than a billion people every day, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
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Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone launched: Price, specs and availability
The device’s highlight not only lies in its stock Android OS but also the dual rear cameras at the back. This also makes the Mi A1 first Xiaomi smartphone with two back cameras in India.


I’m best suited to replace Oltmans, claims Harendra Singh
Harendra Singh, who was associated with the senior men’s team as national coach from 2009 to 2011, believes his credentials are at par with all the foreign coaches in the world and his application would be hard to ignore for Hockey India.
Balwant brace helps India beat Macau 2-0 in Asian Cup qualifier
Balwant Singh found the target in the 57th and 82nd minutes respectively as the ‘Blue Tigers’ won their third successive match in the qualifying tournament, maintaining their pole position in the group with nine points.
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Ankur Mittal wins silver at World Shotgun Championship
In the men’s event, Ankur Mittal scored 66 points as he maintained his lead till the final four shots when Russia’s Vitaly Fokeev took over, eventually winning the event with 68 points. He had scored 145 points to finish first in the qualifiers.


Markets close on positive note as Sensex gains above 100 points
30-share BSE Sensex gained 107.30 points to finish on 31,809.55 and broader 50-share NSE Nifty closed on 9,952.20, up by 39.35 points. Both the indices gained 0.40 per cent. The markets had started on a sedate note after Sensex tanked 190 points on Monday.
Trader body roots for tax benefits to promote digital payment
The other suggestions include implementation of reward scheme for merchants and consumers; faster adoption of mobile QR code based card acceptance solutions, formation of digital payments board and an authority to monitor Rupay.
Developing nations have become ‘main engine’ of growth: Xi Jinping
BRICS Summit 2017: The Chinese president called for stronger solidarity and cooperation among emerging market economies and developing countries to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Xi said emerging market economies and developing countries have become the “main engine” of world economic growth.
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Jacqueline Fernandez, who was last seen in Raj & DK’s ‘A Gentleman’ opposite Sidharth Malhotra, has made it on the cover of September’s issue of Femina magazine. Jacqueline took to Instagram to share the picture of Femina’s cover.
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