INDIA NEWS

Thursday, 12 April 2018

The caste factor is playing a significant role in the Karnataka polls, which are exactly one month away. The state will see a direct fight between the Congress and the BJP and both party chiefs have aggressively been campaigning over the past few weeks. Interestingly, along with wooing voters through rallies and roadshows. Rahul Gandhi and Amit Shah’s main focus is on meeting the the heads of various religious mutts and temples of almost every caste denomination - Lingayat, Vokkaliga, Kuruba and others in between.

Two months from now, India may get its first taste of click & mortar
Walmart's investment would give Flipkart not just more funds, but also arm it with a formidable ally with extensive experience in retailing and logistics.

(647) 558-2301
Reliance Jio is reportedly in talks with Qualcomm to bring out laptops, running on Windows 10 OS, with built-in cellular connections for the Indian market.

New income tax forms will make it difficult to dodge tax on house rent
The new forms for FY 2017-18, which were released on April 3, attempt to digitally collect as much information as possible to process tax returns efficiently.

collegiately
When pointed out to the protests against the Prime Minister's visit to Chennai this morning, the Chief Minister said, "we too will do that. We will do more, but I don't think they will dare come here."

Top Headlines
BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar booked in Unnao rape case, probe transferred to CBI
BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar booked in Unnao rape case, probe transferred to CBI
PNB says internal probe into $2 billion fraud ongoing; more heads could roll
ISRO successfully launches IRNSS-1I navigation satellite
Rohingya terror suspect reveals al-Qaeda's India plan
Chief Justice of India has exclusive prerogative to allocate cases, rules CJI-led bench
Mehbooba Mufti meets PM Modi over Kathua gangrape, expresses displeasure over probe
BJP supporters burn Vaiko's effigy in Coimbatore for calling PM Modi a coward
Enforcement Directorate grills Delhi health minister Satyendra Jain in money laundering case
How Mark Zuckerberg and Arvind Kejriwal share a trait
New helipad for PM Modi in IIT Chennai an environmental concern
Hasin Jahan demands Rs 10 lakh a month as maintenance from Mohammad Shami
CWG 2018: Kidambi Srikanth, Saina Nehwal headline India’s first badminton mixed team gold
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state
Bharti Singh: Kapil Sharma is my guru and it makes me cry to see him in such a state

Politics

Trump Says Attack on Syria ‘Could Be Very Soon or Not So Soon at All’

President Trump said in a tweet early Thursday that he had never telegraphed the timing of an attack on Syria, and that such a strike — for which he put Russia and Syria on notice just one day earlier — “could be very soon or not so soon at all!.

Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
(330) 224-9841 “Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.

Finance

CGST Mumbai zone mops up Rs 72,509-crore revenue till February

The Mumbai zone of the Central GST Commissionerate has mopped up revenue of Rs 72,509 crore till February this year, tax officials said. The new Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime, which harmonises all central and sales levies, was implemented by the government from July 1 of last year.

8509680317 “Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.

U.S. News

Justice Dept. Can’t Tie Police Funding to Help on Immigration, Judge Rules

For the second time in recent weeks, a teacher walkout has ended with educators extracting some concessions. Ultimately, Republican lawmakers stood firm against more.The Justice Department can’t make cooperation with immigration authorities a condition of funding to local police departments, a federal judge ruled in Los Angeles.

(413) 329-1235 “Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
eclegma “Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
(604) 476-3967 “Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction
“Foolish consistency” may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but the president’s back flips on foreign policy have left officials more bewildered than usual.