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Daily Capsule – 10/9/2015

Big Story

  • MEA seeks coop from Saudi Embassy in alleged rape
  • Government plans to hike dearness allowance by 6%; to benefit over 1 crore employees, pensioners


  • Centre to create model land leasing law for states
  • Indian Railways creates new wing for housekeeping activities
  • Badal announces face lift Lala Lajpat Rai’s birth place
  • India favours multi-stakeholder model for Internet governance.
  • Maharashtra waives off education fee of farmer’s children till class 12.
  • Govt to provide interest subsidy on education loans taken by economically weaker sections.
  • Appraisal time in PM Modi’s government
  • Government calls for utilising rooftop space for solar projects
  • BSNL to boost minimum broadband speed to 2 Mbps from October 1
  • IAF to get mini drones for covert operations
  • Arunachal CM seeks special fund from Niti Ayog
  • India-Pak begin DG-level border talks in Delhi
  • Naxal commander surrenders in Telangana
  • Maha: Citizens to get birth, death certificates online
  • PM to dedicate new civil air terminal at Chandigarh to nation
  • Winter Session may be advanced for GST Bill: Naidu
  • Hindi will be at top in digital world: Prime Minister
  • Set age-wise target for complete literacy by ’16: Irani


  • US welcomes Indian Muslim clerics’ fatwa against ISIS

Business /Economy

  • Britannia to Invest Rs 125 Crore for Agro-processing Unit in AP
  • I-T dept receives 2 cr returns on e-filing portal till Sep 7
  • Fate of planning process still undecided: NITI Aayog CEO
  • GIM attracted over Rs 2 lakh crore investments: Jaya
  • A portal to help pensioners get digital life certificates
  • Investment via P-Notes drops to Rs 2.72 L cr in July
  • Centre may not extend deadline for food law

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