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Home, car loans to cost more as RBI raises lending rates
Sensex tumbles 383 points, rupee hurt, industry disappointed
Mumbai, September 20
Indicating that he would continue his predecessor's fight against inflation, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan unexpectedly raised the repo rate (short-term lending rate) by 25 basis points in his maiden policy review unveiled on Friday. With this, your EMIs on auto, home and other loans are set to go up.

Editorial: A surprise from RBI

Army wants CBI to probe specialised unit’s ‘misuse’
It was set up during ex-Army Chief Gen V K Singh’s tenure
New Delhi, September 20
The Army has sought a CBI probe against the alleged misuse of a specialised Army unit during the tenure of former Army Chief General VK Singh (retd). The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is, however, not keen on any action fearing it may spill secrets surrounding covert operations.

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NC targets Army, seeks judicial or CBI probe
Jammu/Srinagar/Rajouri, Sept 20
The ruling National Conference today sought to target the Army by blaming it for undermining democracy after a media report alleged former Army Chief General VK Singh (retd) had set up a unit to dislodge the Omar Abdullah government in 2010.

Nation page: Inquiry against VK Singh political vendetta: BJP

Hyderpora terror strike: 2 Lashkar men held
Srinagar, September 20
The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Friday claimed to have cracked the Hyderpora militant attack case and arrested two accomplices of the Lashkar-e-Toiba militants who struck an Army convoy on the eve of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to the Valley in June killing eight soldiers. The two were arrested on charges of criminal conspiracy and providing logistical support to the militants.

BJP legislator arrested in Lucknow
Lucknow, September 20
The Lucknow police today made its first high-profile arrest in the Muzaffarnagar riots case by arresting BJP MLA Suresh Rana barely an hour after the monsoon session of the Vidhan Sabha was adjourned sine die.


PUNJAB: Re-employed jawans may get double pension

HARYANA: Nod to quota for poor in general category

J&KHurriyat’s march to Shopian foiled

HIMACHAL: State comes under ambit of food security

CHANDIGARH: City left counting hours without buses

LUDHIANA: MC to take penal action

DELHI: BJP vows to ease trade norms
BUSINESS: Industry disappointed over repo rate hike
OPINIONS: A surprise from RBI

NATION: Inquiry against VK Singh political vendetta: BJP

SPORTS: Maiden berth for India in World Cup
WORLD: Historic Obama-Rouhani meeting possible: US






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Nation page: Muzaffarnagar riots akin to Gujarat, says Cong

BJP MLA Suresh Rana talks to the media at the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow on Friday. BJP MLA Suresh Rana talks to the media at the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow on Friday. — PTI

IM terrorist makes dramatic escape from Mumbai court
Mumbai, September 20
In a major embarrassment to the Mumbai police, Afzal Usmani, accused of setting up several modules of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) terror organisation in different parts of the country, escaped from the sessions court premises.

10% DA hike for govt employees
New Delhi, September 20
In a move that will bring a big smile on the faces of over 50 lakh government employees, the Union Cabinet today cleared a hike in dearness allowance by 10 per cent. In a bid to keep prices in check, the Union Cabinet also approved extending an order that allowed states to act against hoarding of pulses, edible oils and edible oilseeds for one year.


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