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Now, RBI allows exchange of old notes up to Rs 2,000 only once till December 30

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Mumbai: The noose is getting tighter on those who are trying all possible means available to convert black money into white. The Reserve Bank of India on Friday announced that it will limit exchange of old notes into new ones at bank counters only once till December 30. The norm comes into effect starting Friday, November 18. “On a review ...

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Terrorist ambush in Assam, 3 soldiers killed; HM Rajnath takes a stock of situation

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Guwahati: Three soldier were killed and three others were injured after suspected militants fired at an army convoy in Assam’s Tinsukia district on Saturday, defence officials said. The incident took place at around 5.30 a.m., in the Pengeri area, Defence public relations officer Lt. Col. Suneet Newton said. “They (the militants) had planted an improvised explosive device (IED) on the ...

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Missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed in Aligarh

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New Delhi: A ‘mysterious letter’ delivered at Jawaharlal Nehru University four days ago claims that the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmad was held captive in a village in Aligarh, reportedly. According to media reports, the Delhi Police is probing the letter that was apparently sent by a woman in Aligarh. She claimed to have important information about Najeeb. The letter ...

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Phulbani CDVO in Vigilance net

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Bhubaneswar: Acting on an allegation of possession of disproportionate assets, Vigilance officers started conducting raids on houses and office room of Phulbani CDVO Lalatendu Aaicha on Thursday morning. Aaicha’s office chamber and residential quarters at Phulbani, residential houses at Joda  and Anandpur in Keonjhar district are being searched simultaneously on the strength of a warrant, sources said. “Searches in the ...

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South Africa keep de Villiers as skipper despite Faf du Plessis’ impressive show

South African cricketer AB de Villiers, left, has a chat with team captain Hashim Amla while playing against India on the second day of the third cricket test match between the two countries in Nagpur, India, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)

Sydney: AB de Villiers’ job as South African captain is safe despite Faf du Plessis impressing with his leadership as stand-in skipper during thumping back-to-back Test wins over Australia, selectors say. Star batsman de Villiers was ruled out of the series with a left elbow injury that required surgery with du Plessis seamlessly taking over. His vision has been praised ...

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Trump win is an opportunity for UK-US trading relationship, says British PM Theresa May

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LONDON: Donald Trump’s election win provides an opportunity for Britain’s trading relationship with the United States, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. Top Comment Good slap on the face of closet Muslim Obama who has cheated the USA for 8 long years.. RCH Ram During the presidential campaign Trump rejected a comment by President Barack Obama that if ...

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Ram Gopal Yadav reinstated in Samajwadi Party

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Delhi: Senior Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav, who was sacked after massive brawl inside the Yadav family; has been reinstated in the party on Thursday morning. In an exclusive conversation with ABP News, Yadav said, “Netaji has taken the decision with a good heart and I welcome it”. He added saying, “It is the duty of elders to forgive ...

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Earthquake measuring 4.2 on Richter scale jolts northern India early Thursday morning

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New Delhi: A medium intensity earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale jolted the national capital and parts of northern India on early Thursday morning, when most of the people were asleep. Even in Delhi, people witnessed the tremors in the middle of their sleeps, which made them get up and reach out for safer corners. According to United States ...

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Saudi Arabia bans schools from marking non-Islamic holidays

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RIYADH: Saudi Education Ministry has warned international schools from marking non-Islamic occasions, such as Christmas and New Year, the media reported on Monday. The ban includes forbidding those schools from providing holidays on such occasions or changing the dates of exams to suit them, Xinhua news agency reported. The ministry directed all schools to stick to the academic calendars for ...

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Trump ‘will immediately deport’ 2-3 mn illegal immigrants

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WASHINGTON: US President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday reiterated his pre-election commitment to impose a stricter immigration regime, saying he will ensure immediate deportation of two to three million undocumented immigrants. In his first extensive interview since victory at the election, Trump told CBS News that his government’s primary focus would be “the people that are criminal and have criminal records, ...

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