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G-4 summit to be significant for India; 7 other events of the day

G-4 summit to be significant for IndiaNew York: The G-4 Summit of nations, namely, Brazil, Germany, India and Japan, to be held today is going to be most significant, as it is also going to
India TV News Desk September 26, 2015 11:02 IST
India TV News Desk

G-4 summit to be significant for India

New York: The G-4 Summit of nations, namely, Brazil, Germany, India and Japan, to be held today is going to be most significant, as it is also going to be the ‘First' after year 2004. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already reached New York and he will have a meeting with US President Barack Obama.

Bihar polls: RLSP names remaining 4 candidates

New Delhi: BJP ally RLSP yesterday named its four remaining candidates for the Bihar Assembly polls while it's another partner LJP is set to announce the names of its other nominees.

Verdict on charges in 2002 spectrum scam

New Delhi: A special court on Monday fixed September 26 for pronouncing its order on framing of charges in the 2002 additional spectrum allocation case in which former telecom secretary Shayamal Ghosh and some others are facing trial.

Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh to connect with people on Facebook today

After sharing his views with people of Chhattisgarh through radio, Chief Minister Raman Singh has now decided to communicate with them on Facebook as well. The first such programme will be held on September 26 between 11 am and 12 pm and people can communicate with him using hashtags #Facebook Q&A and #RamanConnects

Kannada outfits call for 12-hour Karnataka bandh today

Bengaluru:  Several pro-Kannada outfits have called for a 12-hour Karnataka bandh today over the implementation of Kalasa-Banduri canal project, over which the state government has locked horns with neighbouring Goa.

Countdown for ISRO rocket launch to begin today

Chennai: The 50-hour countdown for the launch of an Indian rocket carrying seven satellites including India's ASTROSAT on Sep 28 started at 8 a.m. today said a senior space agency official.  

Nitish, Lalu rally to begin from today

Patna: Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav will begin the election rally from today for the upcoming Bihar assembly polls.

Jitam Ram Manjhi to fill nomination today

Patna: Former Bihar CM Manjhi will fill the nomination form today from Imamganj.