Kamal Haasan cryptic tweet on AIADMK crisis

South Indian popular Actor Kamal Hassan has shared a tweet about the tamilnadu should not be devided. Kamal Haasan tweeted, 'Don’t break Tamil Nadu in a country.

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Surjewala was in Goa to campaign for the February 4 Assembly election.

Clearing the air on the future role of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, especially when she has played an important part in sewing the alliance with the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress today said she has, for the "time being", restricted her political role to Rae Bareli and Amethi of her "own volition".

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Weekly cash withdrawal limit raised

The cash withdraw limit form savings from ATM’s or Banks will be raised to RS 50,000 from this month 20th and there wont be any limits from next month march 13th.

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Penalty for holding old currency

Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the Union Cabinet has approved an ordinance to impose a penalty, including a jail term, for possession of the scrapped 500 and 1,000 rupee notes beyond a cut-off.

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Sasikala Vs Panneerselvam in Tamil Nadu politics

It is interesting how the events turn in Tamil Nadu politics. Already facing corruption charges in disproportionate case, it is ironic that Sasikala Natarajan, who has no formal political experience, is dictating terms in AIADMK after demise of J Jayalalithaa.

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Be careful with female co-passengers in Delhi Metro

Be careful with female co-passengers while you travelling in Metro train.  According to Central Industrial Security Forces (CISF) annual reports 91 percent of pickpockets are women in Delhi Metro.

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Women literacy rate should be increase in the country: President Pranab Mukharjee

President Pranab Mukherjee gave a call that to improve the literacy rate among the women in the country and he expressed concern over the issue. He said that it is unfortunate that women's literacy is less than 65 percent, whereas overall literacy in India was 74 percent.

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