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Daily Capsule 28/8/2015


  • “Accords with more countries on repatriation of prisoners”
  • Hardik rules out negotiations, says not against quota
  • Women police station launched in Haryana
  • Odisha Assembly conducts business sans Opposition
  • OROP row: Small gaps need to be filled, says Govt
  • “Transforming power dept is J-K govt’s top priority”
  • Form committee to check smart city funds utilisation: Bajwa


  • US cautions Pak over brandishing of nuclear status
  • Follow India’s of engagement in Afghanistan:US
  •  India – the only external threat: Pak military
  • Maternal tetanus elimination in India will save lives: UN
  • ‘Amid Chinese crisis, India investment destination’
  • Agri in India can become a vibrant sector: US delegation


  • Spl session may be convened to push through GST: Venkaiah
  • “Soft loans for mfg plants can boost med devices area”
  • ‘Clear career path, competitive pay can contain attrition’
  • US seeks projects to boost defence ties with India
  • India, Germany agree to enhance tax info sharing, revise DTAA
  • NITI Aayog unveils 2 version of energy tool IESS
  • Govt to soon remove duty anomalies in medical devices sector
  • Maharashtra govt to buy back Kolhapur proj from IRB Infra
  • NTPC sets a record in single-day power generation

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