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Daily Newsletter | Thursday, March 30, 2017
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Heat blast across India, Maharashtra town sizzles at 46.5°C
Bhira recorded a searing 46.5 degrees — quite unheard of in March — as the Met office warned of heatwave conditions in central, west and north India. Heat wave warnings have been issued for Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, madhya Maharashtra, UP, south Haryana, Chandigarh and interior Odisha.
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GST closer to reality, LS clears 4 related bills
Jaitley promised the House that the regime will make things “slightly cheaper” and products, which are currently out of the net, would be included over a period of time.“Today, you have tax on tax, you have cascading effect. When all of that is removed, goods will become slightly cheaper,” he said.


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Samsung launches DeX docking station accessory for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+
Users can simply put their Galaxy S8/S8+ into the DeX Station, which in turn connects with an HDMI-compatible monitor, keyboard and mouse to give a desktop-like experience.
Huawei P10 gets its first camera bug fix within a month of launch
Since it is a maintenance update, the Android OS and EMUI versions stay the same.
Apple engineer tweets why iOS 10.3 feels ‘snappier’
Lienhart said that in iOS 10.3, Apple has tweaked the UI animations for quicker response times.


I’ve always enjoyed sledging in any format of the game: Saha
Indian and Australian cricketers will soon be sharing the dressing rooms in the IPL and wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha, fresh from his team’s triumph in one of the most controversial bilateral contests in recent times, feels it’s time to “move forward”.
Virat Kohli is a ‘flog’, says Merv Hughes
Former fast bowler Merv Hughes has taken a dig at Virat Kohli, who was targeted by current and former Australian players as well as the media during the just-concluded Test series, calling the Indian skipper a “flog”, an apparently derogatory Australian slang.
India Open: Sindhu, Saina breeze into second round
India shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal cruised past their respective opponents in women’s singles to enter the second round at the India Open Super Series 2017 in New Delhi on Wednesday.


Rupee hits 17-month high against US dollar
The rupee hit its highest levels against the US dollar in 15 months while shares edged up on Wednesday as strong inflows from foreign institutional investors (FIIs) into the country continued, although broader gains were capped ahead of earnings results.
India becomes net exporter of power
Using power trade as a tool for diplomacy, India spread goodwill in its neighbourhood extending up to Myanmar by exporting 5,798 MU (million units) during the April 2016-February 2017 period. This is roughly 4% more than 5,585 MU it imported from Bhutan, data from Central Electricity Authority shows.
33% reservation in LPG dealership, norms eased
The government has introduced 33% reservation for women and eased the criteria of age and education for allotment of cooking gas distributorship as well as eased norms for awarding petrol pump dealerships.


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