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06th December, 2019


  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi says banking sector has become stronger than the past following reforms undertaken by the government.

  • President Ram Nath Kovind says there should be no provision  for  mercy petition for persons convicted under  POCSO Act.

  • Nationwide Feedback Diwas to be observed tomorrow to get stakeholders' response to new GST returns.

  • Voting for second phase of assembly elections in Jharkhand tomorrow .

  • In Sports: India leads medal tally at  13th South Asian Games in Kathmandu, with a total of 173 medals.

  • West Indies set a target of 208 runs for India in the first T20 cricket match at Hyderabad.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the Indian banking sector has become stronger than it was in the past after several reforms undertaken by his government. He said, that the banking sector has emerged from the crisis of the past and assured bankers that genuine business decisions will not be questioned. He was addressing the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi today

"हमने बैंकों के मर्जर का साहस किया, बैंकों का मर्जर किया, इतना ही नहीं बैंकों को ताकतवर बनाने के लिए रिकैपिटलाइजेशन के लिए ढाई लाख करोड़ रूपए की राशि भी दी है। इंसोलवेंसी एण् बैंक क्रप्सी कोड आई बी सी ने करीब-करीब तीन लाख करोड़ रूपए की वापसी सुनिश्चित की। इसी तरह के बहुत से रिफॉर्मस के बाद, बहुत से बड़े फैसलों के बाद आज देश का बैंकिंग सेक्टर पहले से काफी मजबूत स्थिति में है।"

The Prime Minister emphasized on right intention, best technology and effective implementation for good governance and a better future for 130 crore people. He said, it is the need of the hour that the government should pay attention towards core areas of governance. Mr Modi said, the NDA regime is taking the country towards the politics of performance from the earlier practice of politics of promises.

Referring to the abrogation of Article 370, he said, the decision might seem to be a politically difficult one, but it had raised a new hope of development for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. 


In another video address  to Ekal Vidyalaya Sangathan, Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested the pairing of private and public schools to boost Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat. He noted that the Central Government is working enthusiastically for better education and skill development in the country. He also said, schemes like scholarship for Scheduled Tribe children, Eklavya Model residential schools, Poshan Abhiyan and Mission Indradhanush have helped not only in checking school dropout rates but also in promote holistic development of children.


President Ram Nath Kovind has said that there should be no provision for a mercy petition for persons convicted under the POCSO Act. He said Parliament should consider the issue. Mr. Kovind was addressing the National conference on 'Empowerment of Women for Social Transformation' at the Brahmakumari’s Headquarter at Mount Abu in Rajasthan this afternoon.

"लड़कों में महिलाओं के प्रति सम्मान की भावना को मजबूत बनाने की जिम्मेदारी हर माता-पिता की है, हर नागरिक की है, मेरी है, आपकी भी और इसी संदर्भ में इस प्रकार के जो कंविक् होते हैं, उनको एक संविधान में मर्सी पटिशन का अधिकार दिया गया है और मैंने कहा है कि इस पर आप पुन: विचार करिए। ये मर्सी पटिशन के अधिकार को यदि ऐसे केसीज में जो पॉक्सो एक् के तहत जो घटनाएं होती हैं, उनको मर्सी पटिशन के अधिकार से वंचित कर दिया जाए।"

Mr. Kovind said that women safety is a serious issue and a lot of work has been done on it but there is still more to be done. He said it is the responsibility of every citizen to sensitize sons towards the honor of women. The President has said that social transformation can be possible through women empowerment.


Nationwide GST Stakeholder Feedback Diwas for new GST returns will be observed tomorrow. The aim of organizing this event is to get an on-the-spot response to the new GST Returns to be introduced from the 1st of April next year. Talking to AIR News, Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, CBIC Chairman Pranab Kumar Das said, the focus will be on assessing the ease of compliance and uploading of these new returns. He said, this is being done so that traders do not face any difficulty when the returns are made legally mandatory.

"The focus should be an assessing the ease of compliance and uploading of these new returns for the trade does not face any difficulty when the returns are made legally mandatory. These feedback sessions should be attended by all prominent Chambers Of Commerce and industry other organizations representing tax payers and tax practitioners and compliance managers. The tax officers  shall be available to handhold the tax payers and assist them."


In Telangana, Police Commissioner Sajjanar today informed that two policemen including a Sub-Inspector injured in the encounter in which four accused in the Disha case were killed near Hyderabad this morning. He spoke to the media at Chatanpally in Shadnagar and said the accused attacked the police initially by sticks and stones and later grabbed weapons from the police.

Narrating the scene of encounter, the Commissioner said, the police opened fire after repeatedly warning the accused to calm down. Two policemen, Venkateswarlu and Aravind Goud received head injuries and were admitted to a private hospital for treatment.

"We came here to this place to recover the victim's cellphone and other objects. As the party approached this area today early hours all the four accused got together. They started attacking the police party with stones, sticks and other materials and also they snatched away weapons from to officers and started firing. Our people started retalliation and in that  retalliation four accused got killed."


The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, is sending a team for an on the spot investigation into the encounter of the four accused  of the rape and murder of the veterinarian doctor in Telangana. The team  has been asked to submit its report at the earliest. The Commission has taken suo motu cognizance of media reports in this regard. 

The Commission said in a statement that it has already taken cognizance of the increasing cases of rapes and sexual assault on women across the country. It has sought a detailed report from all states and police heads and the Ministry of Women & Child Development.


In Maharashtra, Union Home Minister Amit Shah attended the first day of the three-day National Conference of Directors General and Inspectors General of Police in Pune this evening. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be present tomorrow and the day after to address the meet. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Heads of Central Investigation and Intelligence Agencies and Chiefs of the Paramilitary Forces are also attending the conference. The theme of the conference this year is aimed at promoting scientific and forensic-based investigation as well as technology-enabled policing.


The Union Government today said that it has cancelled self-styled Godman Nithyananda's passport and rejected his application for a new one. Briefing the media in New Delhi this evening, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, all Indian missions and posts have been sensitized that Nithyananda is wanted in several cases of crime.

The External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson also informed that the Annual Summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe will take place between the 15th to the 17th December. He, however, did not announce the venue of the summit.

The Spokesperson also said that the Ministry is in touch with the families of the six Indians who lost their lives in an LPG tanker blast at a factory in Sudan. He said, eight Indians are in hospital and 11 people are either unidentified or missing.


In Jharkhand, all arrangements are in place for the second phase of State Assembly elections to be held  tomorrow. Twenty constituencies spread over seven districts, will go to polls during the phase. More than 48 Lakh voters will decide the electoral fortune of 260 candidates including 29 women.

Due to security reasons, polling would be held between 7.00 A.M.and 3.00 P.M. in 18 Assembly constituencies. These are Naxal affected constituencies. In case of Jamshedpur East and West Assembly seats, electorates can cast their votes till 5.00 P.M. tomorrow.

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Jharkhand, Vinay Kumar Choubey told media persons in Ranchi that 6,066 polling booths have been set up

"In Naxal affected area, polling officials were airlifted by chopper to 155 polling booths in Chaibasa, Ranchi, Saraikela and Khunti districts two days ahead of polling. In all, 101 polling booths have been relocated as they fall under hardcore Naxal activity zone. Election Commission will arrange transport facility  for such electorates to bring them at polling booths. Flag march was taken out in all Naxal-infested areas to instill faith among voters. Border along  West Bengal,  Odisha and Chhatisgarh has been sealed to stop infiltration in poll bound constituencies. Dharmendra Kumar Rai, AIR News, Ranchi."


The Allahabad High Court today dismissed the petition that had challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election from the Varanasi Parliamentary constituency. Justice Manoj Gupta passed the order on an election petition filed by Tej Bahadur Yadav, a dismissed CRPF constable, alleging that his nomination papers were wrongly rejected by the returning officer. He had filed his nomination papers as a Samaajwadi Party candidate.


The Supreme Court has put on hold the elections for local bodies in nine new districts of Tamil Nadu. The state government told the court that it is willing to put on hold the local bodies poll in nine new districts for complying with legal formalities such as a fresh delimitation exercise and for deciding the issue of reservation for women and SC/ST candidates.  A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde considered the suggestion put forward by the Tamil Nadu government. The bench also said local body elections in the remaining districts of the southern state will be held as per the earlier schedule.


In the 13th South Asian Games in Kathmandu, Nepal,  Indian athletes clinched 49 medals comprising 23 gold, 20 silver and 6 bronze today. On the 6th day of the games, India is on top with a total of 173 medals including 85 gold, 61 silver and 27 bronze medals, when the reports last came in.

In Men's shot-put, Tahinderpal Singh won the gold medal by throwing the ball 20.03 metres far. In the women’s shot-put, Aba Khatua of India registered gold medal by throwing the ball 15.32 metres far.

In Badminton, Indian shuttlers claimed eight medals in individual events. In Table Tennis, India made a clean sweep of gold and silver medals.


Chasing a target of 208 runs, India were 34 for 1 in 4.4 overs in the first match of three-match T20 series against West Indies being played at Hyderabad today. When report last time came in. Earlier, Put into bat, West Indies scored 207 runs in the stipulated 20 overs losing five wickets. Shimron Hetmyer top scored for the team with 56 runs while  Evin Lewis made 40. The West Indian batsmen cracked record 15 sixes in the match.


Indian classical music lovers today got enthralled by a series of magical performances by world-renowned musicians at a concert: Peace Through Music at Akashwani's newly-constructed Rang Bhawan Auditorium in New Delhi. The concert, organized by the External Services Division, is a-treat-to-watch musical event which is a part of the year-long celebrations of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatama Gandhi.

The concert witnessed performances of the likes of Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, who invented a new form of Veena instrument called Mohan Veena and flutist, Pandit Ronu Majumdar.


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