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Centre plans pre-filled I-T return form, 1-day refund from next year (jeu., 17 janv. 2019)
The Cabinet on Wednesday cleared an ambitious Rs 4,242-crore project for integrated e-filing and centralised processing. The project will reduce the return processing and refund time from the current average of 63 days, railway minister Piyush Goyal said. The project, which will be implemented by Infosys, will take around 18 months.
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BJP’s Op Lotus in Karnataka fails to bloom (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
BJP had corralled its MLAs in a hotel near Gurugram for the last few days besides shifting four Congress MLAs to Mumbai and other places. After realising that the required number of Congress MLAs would not resign, state BJP president BS Yeddyurappa is said to have told party MLAs at the hotel that Operation Lotus had been dropped.
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'Amrapali sold flats at Re 1/sq feet, rest in black' (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The SC-appointed forensic auditors informed the court that they have so far unearthed 655 cases in which flats were sold at a price much lower than the prevailing market price and the Group received around Rs 159 crore of unaccounted money from buyers in cash. The report said homebuyers' money was used by top officials of the group for personal purposes.
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Meghalaya mines: Body of one of 15 trapped found (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)

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If someone provokes me, I'll give it back: Pant (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
“I do idolize Gilchrist and Dhoni,” said Pant, “But that doesn’t mean I want to become that same person. It’s not about copying your idol. It’s more about learning things from them. “I want to be myself. I want to be Rishabh Pant. That’s how I am. If someone provokes me, I’ll give it back. I had a duty to do for my team. But I know the code of conduct. I remember my values."
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E-sentencing of Dera chief, three others today (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Special CBI judge Jagdeep Singh on Wednesday agreed to the Haryana government's plea to sentence controversial Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and three others convicted for the 2002 murder of Sirsa-based journalist Ram Chander Chhatarpati, the editor of 'Poora Sach' newspaper, through video conferencing on January 17.
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Times Top10: Is Trump nearing an impeachment? (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)

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4 nuns who stood up for rape survivor 'punished' (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The nuns, who participated in the September 2018 protest demanding the arrest of Bishop Mulakkal, are now staying with the survivor nun.
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Padma Shri PIO doc in dock for US med scam (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
An Indian-American doctor, politically savvy and well-connected both in US and India, is in the dock in an alleged $500 mn healthcare fraud, highlighting a rash of similar cases involving physicians of Indian-origin in US being indicted in the opioid crisis. Dr Raj Bothra, 77, who received a Padma Shri in 1999, was freed by a court on a record $ 7 million bond.
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2018 sixth-warmest year in India, says IMD (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
IMD said annual mean surface air temperature (averaged over the country) during the year was 0.41 degree Celsius above (1981-2010) average. “All the six warmest years on record in India were in the last 10 years. It clearly shows that ‘global warming’ is happening and we need to prepare ourselves to face its consequences,” said secretary of the ministry of earth sciences M Rajeevan.
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Citizenship Bill: Fissures widen within Assam BJP (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Two more BJP legislators from Assam on Wednesday joined the ranks of those within the party who have spoken out against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. BJP MLA from Bihpuria Debananda Hazarika said, no migrant, irrespective of religion, should be granted citizenship.
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The diet to save the plant and yourself (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Here is a rundown of the daily meal plan that dozens of health and environment experts are urging the world to adopt in order to sustain a global population of 10 billion by mid-century, while reining in climate change and preventing millions of premature deaths each year.
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Why no child in this village will be named Shabnam (Fri, 11 Jan 2019)
Woman who killed 7 members of her family in order to marry lover waits for her last hearing coming up shortly which will decide if she is hanged, or lives
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UK PM Theresa May survives no-confidence vote (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a no-confidence motion by a margin of 19 votes scuppering plans by the opposition to call an early general election. A total of 325 MPs rejected the no-confidence motion which had been tabled by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, and 306 MPs voted in favour of it.
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Gadgets Now Awards: Vote for camera phone of '18 (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)

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Amit Shah twice asked me to induct Kishor: Nitish (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Replying to questions on Kishor during a media event, Nitish said, "He was not a newcomer for us.He had worked with us in the 2015 assembly polls.For a brief period, he was busy elsewhere.
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25% more seats to provide 10% quota: Javadekar (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Government colleges, universities and technical institutions will increase seats by 25% to accommodate the 10% reservation for students from economically weaker sections (EWS) of the general category from this year. Delhi University could see the maximum jump in the number of seats considering that it has 70 affiliated colleges.
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US warns against Chinese inroads in Indo-Pacific (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Sounding this warning in its latest report on “China’s global expansion by military and non-military means”, the US Pentagon says Beijing also “completed” over $20 billion of military sales and transfers as a component of its foreign policy just between 2012 and 2016 to become the world’s fifth largest arms supplier
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