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Isro to launch navigation satellite IRNSS-1H today Isro says the countdown for the launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1H, which is meant to augment the existing seven satellites of the NavIC constellation, is progressing well

PTI Chennai: The countdown for the launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1H from Sriharikota later on Thursday, to augment the existing seven satellites of the NavIC constellation, is progressing well, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) officials said. The 29-hour countdown began on Wednesday at 2pm and scientists are currently involved in filling up the propellants, the officials said, adding... 

Arun Jaitley asks debtors to pay dues or allow others to take control of business Arun Jaitley puts corporate defaulters on notice saying they will have to pay their dues to the banks or allow others to step in and take control of their businesses PTI

PTI New Delhi: Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday put private sector debtors on notice saying they will have to pay their dues to banks or allow somebody else to step in and take control of the business. Using the new bankruptcy law, the central bank has prodded banks to initiate insolvency proceedings against 12 large corporate defaulter to resolve Rs 2 lakh crore or almost a fourth of the... 

How demonetisation was unprofitable for RBI While demonetisation was one of the key reasons for lower profits for the RBI, the government bore the brunt in the form of lower dividend from the central bank

A Staff Writer While the jury is out on the costs and benefits of demonetisation, for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) at least, the note ban was one of the key reasons for lower profits. To that limited extent, the government also had to bear the brunt in the form of the lower dividend it received from the central bank. RBI paid only Rs30,663 crore as dividend compared to Rs65,880 crore a year ago. Here’s... 

Most grievances received by environment ministry against cow slaughter, says study Complaints against cow slaughter, poor facilities for animals and tax benefits to slaughter houses top list of grievances sent to environment ministry, says government study Mayank Aggarwal

      Mayank Aggarwal New Delhi: Complaints against cow slaughter, poor facilities for animals and tax benefits to slaughter houses topped the list of grievances sent to the environment ministry, a government study found. These complaints account for 20% of all public grievances sent to the ministry, according to the study. The study recommended making waste collection a part of the... 

US gives $225 million worth of conditional military assistance to Pakistan Trump administration gives $225 million worth of conditional military assistance to Pakistan that can be accessed only if it takes more action against terror groups Lalit K Jha

Washington: The Trump administration has notified Congress that it has given $225 million worth of conditional military assistance to Pakistan that the country can access only if it takes more action against terror groups. The announcement comes over a week after President Donald Trump hit out at Pakistan for providing safe havens to terror groups that kill Americans in Afghanistan. He also warned... 

Supreme Court refuses permission to Singh brothers to sell Fortis shares Supreme Court also refused permission to banks, with whom the Singh brothers have pledged Fortis shares, to sell them Shreya Agarwal

Shreya Agarwal New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to give the Singh brothers (Malvinder and Shivinder, the original promoters of Ranbaxy and Fortis) permission to sell Fortis shares. It also refused permission to banks with whom the Singhs have pledged Fortis shares to do the same. Shares of Fortis were down 6.6% at 12.30pm, reacting to the court’s order. On 11 August, the court had... 

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FUTURE EVENTS : JOURNALIST INDIA NATIONAL GLOBAL AWARDS FASHION INDIAN BEAUTY PAGEANT

Future Events to be held in 2017 : All events will be managed only by JAI International Events and a committee is there to look after day to day affair namely JAI Festival Management Committee (JFMC) 1. 24th National & Global Awards 2017 (Organised by JAI under the flagship of Journalists Federation of India) 2. JAI Miss India 2017 (Organised by JAI under the flagship of Journalists Federation... 

COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village

H K Sethi, Secretary General Journalists Federation of India COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village (which lack basic amenities like Health, Education, Food, Infrastructure etc..) Please come forward to contribute your time, funds, cloth etc.  Read More →

Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order (BBC)

Apple has asked a US court to overturn an earlier ruling ordering the company to help the FBI break into a phone used by one of the San Bernardino killers. In court papers Apple says law enforcement authorities are seeking “dangerous powers” and the move violates its constitutional rights. The FBI and White House have said the request is limited to one iPhone. But Apple says the software... 

How ‘black money’ saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent

There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet. Buoyed by increased manufacturing output, India’s economy grew by 7.4% in the third quarter of 2015, the fastest growth of any major country in the world. But there is a dark side to India’s success, says one of the country’s most eminent economists. Kaushik Basu, the chief economist of the World... 

China seeks to assure G20 over its economy (BBC)

China has sought to assure global finance ministers about the state of its slowing economy, as the G20 meeting gets under way in Shanghai. Chinese finance minister Lou Jiwei said the country could tackle the pressures it is currently facing. Separately, Bank of England governor Mark Carney said he was concerned by moves by some central banks to use negative rates to try to boost growth. The G20 includes... 
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