Shiv Sena should join Maharashtra govt, talks to commence from Friday Devendra Fadnavis

Mumbai, Nov 27 (ANI): Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday said that though BJP and Shiv Sena fought the state elections separately but both parties have the feeling to work together for governance. He said that BJP has alliance with Shiv Sena at the centre and BJP has decided that Shiv Sena should join the government in the state too. Fadnavis said that formal talks with the party will take place from Friday and that senior leader Dharamendra Pradhan will convene talks with Shiv Sena leader Chandrakant Patil to discuss the role of Shiv Sena in the Maharashtra government. Nov 27, 2014

Summit not yet over, agreements signed may be known by the days end: Pak Foreign Ministry

Islamabad, Nov 27 (ANI): The spokesperson of Pakistan Foreign Ministry, Tasneem Aslam said on Thursday that Pakistan is not the only country which has not completed it internal procedures before reaching to agreements in SAARC. She added that the summit is still going on so agreements may be made among the nations by the day’s end as summit concludes. Nov 27, 2014

IPL Spot fixing case: Hearing in Supreme Court adjourned till Dec 1

New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing in the IPL Spot fixing case till 1st December. Petitioner Aditya Verma said that the Supreme Court has asked for fresh BCCI elections, and said in its observation that all those involved in IPL spot-fixing should stand aside. Nov 27, 2014

Three militants, three civilians killed in encounter in Arnia sector of JandK

RS Pura, Nov 27 (ANI): IG BSF Rajesh Kumar on Thursday informed that three militants and three civilians were killed in an encounter in Arnia sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The Border Security Force (BSF) cordoned off the area after the villagers reported the movement of militants in Arnia Sector. The operation against the militants is still underway. Nov 27, 2014

Politicos react as Black Money debate likely to resume in Parliament

New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Politicos from rival parties on Thursday targeted BJP government over the issue of Black Money. Parliament is likely to resume the crucial debate today. Congress party leader Manish Tewari accused BJP of fooling the nation in the Black Money issue. He said that BJP must apologize for their conduct. Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agarwal also expressed similar sentiments. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that political parties rarely fulfill the commitments made during the election campaign. However, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu declining all the allegations said that the government was approachable and willing to discuss and debate on any issue. Nov 27, 2014

UGC member alleges interference by HRD Ministry, Reactions flow

New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Member of University Grants Commission (UGC), MM Ansari alleged excessive interference by the education ministry in the activities of the body. These statements come at a time when Education Ministry decided to drop German language in favour of Sanskrit for over 70,000 students across 500 Kendriya Vidyalayas (Central Schools) from classes VI to VIII. BJP leader GVL Narasimha Rao said Ansari was making such statements on behalf of the Congress party. SP leader Naresh Agarwal defended the Education Minister, Smriti Irani and said she was just doing her duty. Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda said these allegations by the UGC member should be looked into seriously. UGC is a statutory organisation that grants recognition to universities in India and handles coordination and maintenance of university education. Nov 27, 2014

Reactions come in as SC asks to disqualify Chennai Super Kings from IPL

New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Reactions come in as the Supreme Court on Thursday observed that action should be taken on the Mudgal Committee's probe report on the IPL spot-fixing scam and Chennai Super Kings team should be 'terminated without further enquiry' from the IPL tournament. Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that he will comment on the same after taking a look at the report. Justice (Retd.) Mukul Mudgal, who is heading the Mudgal Committee panel said that Commitee report is under consideration and that he cannot say anything about it now. Meanwhile, Former Cricketer Kirti Azad welcomed the decision and said that this will further clean the Indian Cricket from corruption. Nov 27, 2014