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President Trump may sign mini trade deal with India next week (sam., 21 sept. 2019)
The Trump administration is likely to announce a new trade deal with India, potentially within the next week as President Trump prepares to meet with PM Modi. As per the pact, India may lift curbs on imported electronics, medical devices, farm goods i​n return for restoring the special trade status that US stripped India off this year.
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Live: PM in Houston, to meet CEOs of US firms (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Houston, as he began his week-long visit to the US that will see him hold talks with President Donald Trump and also address the UNGA. PM Modi will head straight for a roundtable meeting with oil sector CEOs, and later for a brief interaction with the Indian diaspora and photo op with them. Stay here for all live updates
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Maha, Haryana polls on Oct 21, results on Oct 24 (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra would be held on October 21 and the counting of votes will be done on October 24, the Election Commission said on Saturday. Polls in both the states will be held in a single phase. Elections in Jharkhand, where the term of the current assembly expires on January 5, will be announced separately later.
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Cong’s 2 enemies: BJP’s momentum, its inertia (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)

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TOI poll: 'Find out the Gandhi in you' (Fri, 20 Sep 2019)

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Govt OKs Rs 4k cr for EWS quota in top institutes (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
The Centre has sanctioned an additional amount of Rs 4,315.15 crore for implementation of the 10% quota for the economically weak among the general category across 158 centrally funded higher education institutions (HEIs). The money has been released for the two-phased EWS quote implementation which includes scholarships, salaries & infrastructure creation.
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Not being sad no proof of hand in murder: SC (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
SC has acquitted a woman two decades after being sentenced to life for killing her husband, citing that her guilt cannot be inferred just because she was not found saddened by the death. An error was committed by “heavily” relying upon the statement of her sister-in-law that the woman’s behaviour was ‘very normal’ even after her husband’s body was found hanging, it said​.
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Gender gap narrows in higher edu enrolment: HRD (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Gender gap has been narrowing significantly in India in higher education with UP for the first time registering more female enrolment, according to All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) for 2018-19 released by the HRD ministry. The general trend itself indicates that female enrolment has improved from 47.6% in 2017-18 to 48.6% in 2018-19, as per the survey.
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50 most 'innovative' tech companies in the world (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)

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TN, C'garh show way to curb offences sans fines (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
At a time when sharp increase in traffic fines have divided public opinion, Chandigarh and Tamil Nadu are showing the way in bringing down traffic fatalities by ensuring strict law enforcement. The former recorded a 35% decline in road deaths from 151 in 2016 to 98 in 2018 while the latter has seen a 29% dip in number of deaths 17,218 in 2016 to 12,216 last year.
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‘Social media must follow Lok Sabha poll code’ (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
The Election Commission has written to various social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and Google, requesting them to follow the same voluntary code of ethics they had adhered to during the Lok Sabha poll, for the assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana. Candidates would also be required to furnish details of their social media account (if any) at the time of filing of nominations.
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Officials worked overtime to ready FM’s move (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)

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Modi-Shah to again be BJP’s Jodi No. 1 (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)

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Haryana battle a ‘trial by fire’ for Kumari Selja (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)

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China using US money to build military: Trump (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)

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Over to Sonia again as Cong faces do or die battle (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)

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Amit Panghal gets silver at World Boxing C'ships (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Indian boxer Amit Panghal's phenomenal campaign in the men's world championships ended with a silver medal after he went down to Olympic champion Shakhobidin Zoirov of Uzbekistan in an intense 52kg category final on Saturday. The second-seeded Panghal became the first Indian male boxer to finish second in the world event and the country achieved its best ever medal haul of two.
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11-digit mobile numbers likely soon: What to know (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)

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