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Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, August 01, 2017
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Trouble for Lalu’s elder son as Bihar orders fresh probe into soil scam
RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav is likely to face trouble as the newly-formed NDA government, led by Nitish Kumar, has decided to probe afresh the alleged soil purchase scam at the Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park in Patna during his tenure as environment and forest minister.
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NIA: Geelani aide ‘passed secret info’ to Pak
“We suspect that Behal, who has been in close contact with people in Pakistan HC, was passing on classified information to alleged ISI moles, putting national security at risk. This is a serious offence and a potential ground to charge him under Section 121 of IPC (waging war against the state),” a senior NIA officer said.
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Congress MLAs have vanished while people battle floods: Smriti Irani
“People of Banaskantha are searching for Congress representatives who had promised them in the last election that they will stay with them through thick and thin,” Irani said.
Air quality of Delhi showed improvement this year: Government
The Air Quality Index data of Delhi for the period of January-June for 2016 and 2017 shows that there were no days with severe level of air pollution in 2017.
BJP preparing roadmap to win 2019 polls in Telangana
Roadmap includes taking the policies of the Modi government to the voters, fighting against the alleged anti-people policies of the TRS government and reaching out to different sections of society.


Samsung offers Independence Day discount on Galaxy S7, S7 Edge smartphones
South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung will be bringing an exciting offer for all the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge buyers. As told by some industry insiders, the company is organising an Independence Day offer.
Nokia 3 to get Android Nougat 7.1.1 update by August end, confirms company
HMD Global has confirmed that it will soon roll out Android Nougat 7.1.1 update for its Nokia 3 smartphone.
OnePlus 5 users facing battery issues after emergency call bug fix
A few OnePlus 5 users have complained about battery issues after an OTA update.


Shastri’s new training style made an immediate impact on Team India
A key implementation on Shastri’s part is how the batsmen are now ever ready to bat in the middle. This has nothing to do with batting order, instead a new practice of warming up before going down to the middle.
Bolt departure great for rivals, bad for athletics
Usain Bolt’s rivals will, for once, be glad to see the back of a man who has dominated global sprinting for the last decade but the sport of athletics will be far less enthusiastic about bidding a final farewell to the charismatic Jamaican.
It felt like I was playing one-day cricket: Hardik Pandya
The sense of occasion gets the better of many when it comes to Test debut but an unfazed Hardik Pandya felt as if he was “playing an ODI” during his whirlwind half-century in his maiden outing.


RBI slaps Rs 1 crore penalty on Union Bank for KYC non-compliance
The central bank said it had examined the documents regarding the complaint and notice was issued to the state- owned lender. The bank was asked to show cause “as to why penalty should not be imposed” for non-compliance with directions issued by the RBI.
Sensex, Nifty rise sharply, close above psychological marks
The 30-share BSE Sensex surged 205.06 points to close at 32,514.94 while the broader 50-share NSE Nifty gained 62.60 points to end at 10,077.10. Thus, both Sensex and Nifty managed to stay above the psychological marks of 32,500 and 10,050 respectively.
Infosys stresses upon investing heavily in Europe, hiring locals
“We are continuing to invest fairly heavily in Europe in terms of local hiring, in terms of beefing up our hunting and our farming teams for our accounts,” Infosys President and Head (Financial Services) Mohit Joshi said on an investor call.


Jab SRK and Anushka met their Banarasi fans
‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ stars Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and director Imtiaz Ali have been on a promotional spree and all roads lead to Varanasi where they reached out to their banarasi fans.
Pics: SRK, Anushka savour ‘paan banarasiya’
Soon after their return from Abu Dhabi, Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma along with director Imtiaz Ali headed out to Varanasi for the promotions of their upcoming film ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal.’ And how could they have missed the paan banarasiya while in the holy city of Lord Shiva?
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