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RBI may go for rate cut to spur economy, 6 other events of the day

RBI may go for rate cut to spur economyNew Delhi: All eyes are now on the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as the central bank is scheduled to hold its monetary policy review on Tuesday,
India TV News Desk September 29, 2015 10:31 IST
India TV News Desk

RBI may go for rate cut to spur economy

New Delhi: All eyes are now on the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as the central bank is scheduled to hold its monetary policy review on Tuesday, September 29.

Indo-Lanka joint military exercise from today

New Delhi: In continuation of the series of joint exercises between India and Sri Lanka to build military to military co-operation and interoperability, ‘Mitra Shakti 2015' will commence at Pune from September 29.

Nitin Gadkari to launch Green Highways Policy

New Delhi: Government will launch its Green Highways Policy today that will make it mandatory for road developers to set aside 1 per cent of the total project cost for plantation, a scheme that is likely to see Rs 1,000 crore under the green corpus this fiscal.

FTII students end relay hunger stirs; talks with govt

Pune: The agitating students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) called off their 18-day hunger strike on Sunday after the ministry of information and broadcasting confirmed that a meeting will be held with them at the Films Division in Mumbai on Tuesday.

Andhra Pradesh CM to visit Port City

Visakhapatnam: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will arrive here at 9 am on September 29 to participate in the 17th All India Whips Conference. He will review the status of Visakhapatnam Smart City project and discuss the proposed action plan with the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and Consultants in the presence of ministers, people's representatives and municipal authorities.

MHA to meet September 29 over city IAS postings

New Delhi-Union home ministry's proposed September 29 Joint Cadre Authority (JCA) meeting which is to take a call on the transfer and posting of several senior bureaucrats of the national capital.

World Heart Day to be celebrated today