Evening Wrapup news 31 October

Evening Wrapup news 31 October
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Evening Wrapup news 31 October

Autonomy of RBI essential, nurtured by govt: Finance Ministry

New Delhi: Amid reports of its mounting tension with the RBI, the Finance Ministry on Wednesday said the government has "nurtured and respected" autonomy of the central bank and has been holding extensive consultations with it on many issues.......Read more

Not Dharma Poratam, this is Adharma Poratam: Srikanth Reddy

YSR Congress Party senior leader and MLA Gadikota Srikanth Reddy said that AP CM Chandrababu Naidu was waging Adharma Poratam (unethical war) not Dharma Poratam (ethical war). ......Read more

Telangana Congress to release its first candidates list on 2nd November in Delhi

HYDERABAD: On the 2nd of November the Telangana Congress will be announcing its first list of about 60 candidates. A meeting of the party’s central election committee which is headed by Rahul Gandhi the party president shall be held on Thursday in New Delhi the list, forwarded by the Telangana Congress, will be inspected. .....Read more

TRS does not own T News or Namasthe Telangana - TRS MP

Hyderabad: TRS MP B Vinod Kumar on Wednesday surprised everyone by stating that his party does not own a news paper and tv channel......Read more

CBI DSP Devender Kumar, accused in Rakesh Asthana bribery case, gets bail

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Wednesday granted bail to CBI DSP Devender Kumar arrested in connection with bribery allegations involving the agency's Special Director Rakesh Asthana........Read more

PM Modi bounces back at people who criticized the 'Statue of Unity’

MUMBAI: On Wednesday the Prime Minister Narendra Modi shut all those who have been criticising the government’s decision to build the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel after inaugurating the 182-metre tall monument at Kevadiya in Gujarat.....Read more

Sensex jumps 550 points, Nifty above 10,300

Mumbai: Riding on firm global cues, the domestic markets ended higher on Wednesday, as the key equity indices -- S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty50 -- jumped over 1.60 per cent each, driven by banking and finance counters......Read more

18 disqualified TN MLAs will not appeal, face bypolls

Madurai: The 18 disqualified AIADMK legislators will not appeal against the Madras High Court's order upholding Tamil Nadu Speaker P. Dhanapal's order disqualifying them, said their camp leader T.T.V. Dhinakaran.......Read more

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