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Lok Sabha procedures disrupted for third day

New Delhi, Mar 7 The procedures of the Lok Sabha were today upset for the third sequential day in the midst of dissents by different gatherings, including NDA partners TDP and Shiv Sena over different issues.

When the House met for the day, individuals from different gatherings, including TDP, Shiv Sena, TRS, YSR Congress, AIADMK and TMC began raising mottos once again different issues, following which Speaker Sumitra Mahajan deferred the procedures for a hour toward the beginning of today

A large portion of the challenging individuals were in the Well before the Speaker took her seat to direct the procedures.

Individuals from the Left and the Congress were seen raising trademarks from their seats.

The opposition has been protesting over various issues, including the PNB scam, since Monday when Parliament had reconvened after a month-long recess in the Budget session.

While the TDP has been requesting uncommon status for Andhra Pradesh, the TRS was looking for a higher s


Donald Trump hails ‘conceivable advance’s on converses with North Korea

Washington, Mar 7 United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday hailed the ‘possible progress’ on talks with North Korea after the latter said that it was willing to abandon its nuclear weapon program and take part in dialogue with the US.

“Possible progress being made in talks with North Korea. For the first time in many years, a serious serious is being made by all gatherings concerned. The World is watching and pausing! May be false expectation, yet the U.S. is prepared to go hard in either direction!,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

Prior on Tuesday, the two Koreas agreed to hold summit-level talks at the border village of Panmunjom in the intensely watched Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in late April.

This comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in sent his agents to Pyongyang for two days this week to meet with Kim, who hosted a welcome dinner for the envoys.

This was the first time South Korean authorities met with the North Korean pioneer face to face since he accepted power


Four people captured for association in 12th paper leak

Mumbai, Mar 7 Four people have been captured for allegedly leaking question papers of the Std 12th examination from Bhoiwada in central Mumbai.

On February 28 a student was gotten by an educator with a picture of the science question paper on his cell phone a hour prior to the exam at a junior college in Parel.

Examination uncovered the contribution of some more people in the paper leak, a police official said.

Captures were made a week ago.

It is suspected that the student who had gotten to the chemistry paper attempted to forward it to another student.

Each of the four accused were booked under the Maharashtra Prevention of Malpractices at University, Board and other Specified Examinations Act, 1982, and additionally the Information Technology Act, the police official stated, without disclosing their names.


PNB chief Sunil Mehta shows up before SFIO : Bank fraud scam

Mumbai, Mar 7 PNB managing director and CEO Sunil Mehta today appeared before the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) here to record his announcement in the about Rs 12,700 crore scam at the bank.

The New Delhi-based Punjab National Bank is the third loan specialist which has been called by the SFIO in the last two days regarding the USD 2 billion fraud, professedly executed by diamond traders Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi.

Mehta was seen entering the SFIO office here before 11 AM.

Axis Bank and ICICI Bank officials had appeared before SFIO yesterday to record their statement in the case.

Mehta and PNB’s executive director K V Brahmaji Rao were a month ago called by the CBI regarding the claimed extortion.

The CBI authorities had said the examination was focused on understanding in the matter of how the wrongdoing was recognized by the bank, procedural issues and their infringement.

They said that Mehta and Rao were not being dealt with as charged for the situatio


Actor Irrfan Khan not in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital, say sources

Mumbai, Mar 7 Reports of actor Irrfan Khan being admitted to the Kokilaben Hospital here are false, sources at the hospital said today.

The denial came after bits of gossip started circulating that the 51-year-old actor has brain cancer and has been admitted to the hospital.

On March 5, Irrfan had issued an announcement that he was suffering from “a rare disease” and would share points of interest when there was a conclusive diagnosis.

“It isn’t valid. He isn’t here at the doctor’s facility for treatment,” an authority at the Kokilaben hospital.

The actor’s team also subdued bits of gossip about him being admitted to the private doctor’s facility.

Asked he has tumor, they declined to remark.

“We will remark as quickly as time permits. No remarks right now,” a representative for the actor told.

In a Twitter post, Irrfan, one of India’s most adaptable on-screen characters, had said he and his family were jarred by the information of his ailment, and asked for his fan


Loss of life in Russian plane crash rises to 39

Moscow, Mar 7 The loss of life of the Russian traveller plane that crashed in Syria on Tuesday, has ascended to 39, Russia’s Defence Ministry affirmed.

Prior, the defence ministry said that 32 travellers were killed in the crash.

“Russia’s Antonov A 26 transport plane that slammed while arriving at Hmeymim landing strip in Latakia in Syria was conveying six group individuals and 33 travelers. Their families will be given the important help and support,” the barrier service was cited by TASS as saying.

According to the updated information, there were 33 travellers and six group members aboard the aircraft. Every one of them were military servicemen from the Russian Armed Forces, it included.

The plane crashlanded when it was around 500 meters shy of the runway. Both the team individuals and travelers were murdered.

It further said that Russian defence ministry’s commission was examining every conceivable form of the crash.

Defence ministry authorities said that the cra