17 October top news of the day

Odd- Even scheme to be implemented from Nov 4 to 15 : Delhi CM Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thrusday briefed the media over Odd-even scheme which will be implemented from November 4 to 15. He said, “the Scheme will also include vehicles coming from another states, and only be implemented on non-transport four-wheeled vehicles, two-wheelers will be exempted.”  Read Full Report

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Veer Savarkar named 1857 rebellion as first independence struggle: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah at a public meeting in Varanasi said, “Had it not been for Veer Savarkar, the rebellion of 1857 would not have become history, was the one who named the 1857 rebellion as the first independence struggle.”

Sensex gains 60 points in early trade

Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 60 points In early trade on Thrusday led by gains in banking stocks amid sustained foreign fund inflows.

Besides, easing global crude prices also helped buying sentiments, traders said.

The 30-share index was trading 60.48 points, or 0.16%, higher at 38,659.47 in morning trade. The broader NSE Nifty was trading almost flat-up 2 points, or 0.02%, at 11,466.

No better place to invest than in India, govt continuously working to bring reforms: Sitharaman

Investors can find no better place in the world than India that has a democracy-loving and capitalist respecting environment, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said.

She also assured international investors at an interaction session at the IMF’s headquarters that the government was continuously working to bring reforms.

Bihar Police and sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) arrested two Naxals in Muzaffarpur

In a operation, Police and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) arrested two Naxals in Muzaffarpur yesterday. Arms and ammunition have been recovered.

Open category students will not suffer due to quota: CM Dvendra Fannavis

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fabdavis on Wednesday said his government is committed to the welfare of all sections of the society and referred to a scheme in the BJP manifesto wherein students from open category would get scholarship to study abroad.

Fandavis, addressing an election rally in his assembly constituency Nagpur South-West, saidopen category students will not suffer due to reservation to members of disadvantaged social groups in educational institutes.

Congress party voted in favour of bill to abrogate Article 370:  Ex-PM Manmohan Singh

Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh on Thursday addressed a press conference in which he said that the Congress party had voted in the favour of the bill to abrogate Article 370.

Dr Singh said, “Congress party voted in favour of bill to abrogate Article 370, not against it. We believe Article 370 is a temporary measure but if a change has to be bought, it should be with goodwill of people of Jammu and Kashmir. Manner in which it was implemented is what we opposed.”     Read More…

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