Top News Headlines of 7 September 2014


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  • India vs England T20: India went down by three runs in a thrilling T20 game against England, ending at 1775 against the host team’s 1807. England captain Eoin Morgan was declared man of the match for scoring 71 runs off just 31 balls.
  • BJP ready to form govt in Delhi: Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay indicated at today that the party was ready to form the government if invited by lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung.
  • The first woman chairperson of IIAS: Political scientist Chandrakala Padia, vice chancellor of Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner will be the new chairperson of the prestigious Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. She will be the first ever woman chairperson of IIAS.
  • TMC sniffs BJP conspiracy in Saradha scam probe: Trinamool Congress on Sunday sniffed a BJP conspiracy in the ongoing CBI probe into the multi-crore Saradha scam.
  • Modi travel to the US later this month: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi travels to the US for his first summit meeting later this month, one of the more glaring absences is that of a US ambassador to India.
  • Volcano discovered by University of New Hampshire: A massive 100 million-year-old ancient extinct volcano has been discovered lurking four kilometers underwater in one of the least explored areas of the Pacific Ocean.
  • X Falcon 9 rocket launch on 7 September 2014: Falcon 9 rocket carrying the AsiaSat6 mission for the United States Air Force during its launch from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Sunday.
  • Indian govt plan new return to plug excise, service tax evasion: The government plans to introduce a new annual tax return that will include information from income tax audit report, including TDS and income tax return and cost audit report as it looks to draw information from multiple sources to clamp and service tax.
  • Micromax gears up for Chinese challenge: Alarm at the growing popularity of Chinese phone makers like xiaomi, homegrown major Micromax will be launching two new phones this week, targeted at the fast-growing Rs10,000-15,000 category.
  • Raina breaks into top-20 ICC ODI batting chart: Riding stupendous batting form that helped him earn the player of the series award against England, Indian batsman Suresh Raina on Sunday jumped eight places to enter the top-20 ICC ODI batting rankings on 19th position.
  • Carlsen agrees to Anand rematch: World No 1 defending champion Magnus Carlsen has agreed to play the World championship rematch against Vishwanathan Anand in November.
  • Yuki, Sharan lift doubles title: Yuki Bhambri and Divij Sharan clinched the doubles titles at the expense of Somdev Devvarman and Sanam Singh in the $50,000 ATP Challenger tennis event in Shanghai on Sunday.
  • Imran Khan threatens to take Sharif to SC for ‘lying: Imran Khan has threatened to drag embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to the Supreme Court to seek his disqualification for allegedly lying about protesters and the army in parliament, as the political logjam Showed no sign of easing.
  • Autos plan ‘no service’ plates: After getting challenged for refusing to ferry passengers, a section of the auto rickshaw union plans to put up ‘no service’ boards on their autos after work hours from 17 September 2014.
  • India loses more foresters than any other country: India loses more forest rangers to poachers and attacks by wild animals each year than any other country. As many as 72 forest rangers were killed in Indian in the past three years. Other forested countries in Asia, Africa and the Americas lost less than 10 rangers in the same time.
  • Bheja Fry gave best return on investment in last decade: From a strictly ration investment return ration point of view, the biggest hit during the period is Bheja fry. The film an Indianized version of the French comedy Le Diner De Cons, collected Rs 12.6 crore worldwide. This gave it an investment-return ration of 739%, better than any other film.
  • Nithari killings convict Surinder Koli, whose mercy petition was rejected by the president, may be hanged on Monday morning in Meerut jail.
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