Top Headlines: Mandsaur violence: Police’s restraint encouraged rioters

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Daily Newsletter | Thursday, June 08, 2017
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Mandsaur violence: Police’s restraint encouraged rioters
The cops seemed restrained after Tuesday’s deaths, and made feeble attempts to drive away angry demonstrators. Sources said this may have encouraged the protesters, resulting in a free for all even as the administration described them as “instigators and anti-social elements”.
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Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) and Galaxy J7 (2017) smartphones launched
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Nubia Z17 mini smartphone with dual rear cameras, 4GB RAM launched at Rs 19,999
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Virat Kohli batted for Ravi Shastri as coach before leaving India
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Targeted interventions, not rate cuts, to help economic growth: RBI
The Reserve Bank on Wednesday said targeted interventions like reducing standard asset provisions for home loans which will make them cheaper, will help revive the sagging growth rather than rate cuts.
Economic situation warrants easing of rates: Chief Economic Advisor
Seldom have economic conditions warranted a substantial monetary policy easing as they do now, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said today as the Reserve Bank left lending rates unchanged citing risks to inflation.
RCom rejects rating downgrades by Moody’s, Fitch
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Salman on SRK’s ‘Tubelight’ cameo
In a few weeks from today, fans will finally feast their eyes on the Salman Khan film ‘Tubelight’. The actor, who has been busy promoting his film across all media platforms, recently spoke about Shah Rukh Khan’s highly anticipated cameo, apart from various other tidbits.
Himesh Reshammiya and wife Komal are officially divorced
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Dhanush and Ranveer Singh’s epic picture
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