Top Headlines: Govt seeks to reduce cap on cash deals from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 2 lakh

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Daily Newsletter | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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Govt seeks to reduce cap on cash deals from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 2 lakh
The government on Tuesday proposed to ban all cash transactions above Rs 2 lakh, instead of Rs 3 lakh announced in the budget, and said Aadhaar would be mandatory for filing tax returns and getting a permanent account number (PAN) as it sought fresh checks on black money.
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Yogi, Parrikar to wait till prez poll to quit LS
Three BJP MPs, who have taken up coveted assignments in states, are unlikely to resign from Parliament until the presidential polls slated for July.
SC calls for talks to resolve Ayodhya dispute
In a surprise development, the Supreme Court urged the opposing parties in the Ayodhya dispute on Tuesday to make another attempt to resolve their differences through negotiations with Chief Justice of India J S Khehar advocating a “give and take” approach and even offering himself as a mediator.


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704 cases of crimes against Northeast people in Delhi in 3 years
A total of 145 cases of crimes against Northeast people were registered in the national capital till October 31, 2016 in which 84 people were arrested, Rijiju said.


Apple has built an augmented reality team for iPhone 8: Report
Also mentioned is that the Cupertino-based tech firm is simultaneously working on several AR-based devices.
Nokia executive narrows down smartphone availability: Report
As for the prices, the HMD Global executive added that there could be some variations in price tags of the handsets depending on the region. For instance, the price tags will be slightly high in UK as the VAT in the country is high.
Apple launches new 9.7-inch iPad with Retina Display
The new iPad will also be made available in India in April.


Mahindra Scorpio TOISA: Winners humbled on being honoured
Dipa Karmakar’s coach Bisheswar Nandi, Paralympian Dipa Malik, archer Atanu Das and other prominent sportspersons expressed their delight on being adjudged winners of the Times of India Sports Awards.
ICC Test rankings: Jadeja grabs top spot in bowling
Ravindra Jadeja has become only the third Indian player after Ashwin and Bishan Singh Bedi to top the bowling charts on his own.
Aussie opener David Warner waiting to end his run drought
David Warner is not having the best of times in India. The swashbuckling opener and the vice-captain of the visiting Australian team has become the proverbial bunny to Indian spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.


Bharti counters Jio’s allegations on ‘fastest network’ campaign
Bharti Airtel on Tuesday hit back at Reliance Jio over its allegations around the company’s ‘fastest network’ campaign, and accused the Mukesh Ambani telco of engaging in a “campaign of misinformation” to “malign” its brand.
Bharatiya Mahila Bank to merge with SBI
The government on Monday said it has decided to merge the Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) with the State Bank of India (SBI) to ensure greater banking services outreach to more women.


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‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ box-office collection Day 11
Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt’s romantic-comedy ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ collected an estimated Rs 2.50 crore on Monday, thus rounding up its 11 day total of Rs 91.27 crore.
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