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"Proud Of Exemplary Valour": Amit Shah Visits CRPF Headquarters In Delhi
Source:  NDTV News
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:58

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday visited the CRPF headquarters and reviewed the operational preparedness of the force along with senior officials.

Delhi pollution: Key officials skip crucial meet
Source:  Times of India
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:58


Protests, trade war plunge Hong Kong into recession, GDP shrinks 3.2%
Source:  Business Standard
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:58

From a year earlier, the economy contracted 2.9%, also in line with the preliminary reading

Rajnath visits LAC forward post, says armies of India, China sensible enough to reduce tensions
Source:  The Hindu
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:57

“There is no tension here at LAC that is near Bum La Pass,� he said.

Exclusive | Cipla, Dr Reddy#39;s, Carlyle and Hong Kong fund in fray for Wockhardt divisions
Source:  Moneycontrol
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:57

Exclusive | Cipla, Dr Reddy#39;s, Carlyle and Hong Kong fund in fray for Wockhardt divisions Wockhardt has a diversified product portfolio with presence in therapeutic segments such as cardiology, dermatology, diabetes, respiratory and ophthalmology. It is not clear which of these divisions will be sold.

Laxman Accomplishes "Mission Impossible" With Photo Of Gambhir Laughing
Source:  NDTV News
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:57

Gautam Gambhir was seen sharing a hearty laugh as he had breakfast with VVS Laxman in Indore.

Watch: MS Dhoni's Net Session In Ranchi Fuels Comeback Rumours
Source:  NDTV News
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:57

Video of MS Dhoni facing net bowlers turn at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi raised fans' hopes of a comeback.

Epidemic indifference
Source:  BusinessLine
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:56

India’s over-dependence on private players for vaccines is promoting irrational use and restricting access that leads to unacceptable fatalities

Honesty of two Muslim teenagers spreads Diwali cheer in Jodhpur
Source:  Islamic Voice
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:56

Both teenagers with their grand father Fakir Mohammad and Mishri Lal (R)

By Rajesh Asnani
Express News Service
JAIPUR:
At a time when faith in human goodness is quickly eroding, an act of honesty by two school-going boys gives hope that morality and ethics still shine in Indian society. Inspired by their grandfather’s teachings on honesty, two Muslim boys showed an exemplary zeal to find the real owner of a lost bundle of notes that they found on a road.
Two 13-year-old Muslim cousins, Abdul Majid and Abdul Qadir, from Bilara tehsil in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur district had gone to the market to buy a mobile sim card when they found cash worth Rs 15,500 lying on the road near a petrol pump.
Though it was a huge amount for them in view of their financial status, the boys were not lured into any mischief but instead went straight to their grandfather Fakir Mohammed who had always taught the children to be upright and honest in their lives. Fakir, who works as a rag picker, heard the story from his two grandsons and immediately set out with them to find out the rightful owner of the money.
Heading straight to the place where the bundle of money was found, the three came to know, after several enquiries from nearby shopkeepers, that one Mishri Lal Gurjar had come looking for the money and had left his number with a mobile store.
It was only after Gurjar came and established his credentials by giving the denominations of the notes lost, the amount was duly returned to him.
As Fakir Mohammed says, “I was scared that we might give it to some wrong person then how will we give the money to the right owner. Which is why I asked him about the notes and amount. When he answered correctly, we confirmed that he was the real owner.”
Fakir was delighted that despite their poverty and tender age, his grandchildren have stuck to the honest path that he has guided them towards “These kids live with me and I have always taught them not to lie and to live honestly. I am happy that they have adhered to my teachings practically,” he said.
As per Gujrar, he had come to purchase feed for his cattle but probably dropped the amount while taking out his mobile from his pocket.
While he had given up hopes of recovering the money, he saw the good deed of the youngsters at the behest of their grandfather, following which he happily gave Rs 500 to the young boys for sweets and merriment as his token of appreciation and thanks. “Though I stopped him he insisted saying that for such honest kids even Rs 5000 is less. If it had been some other kids , they would have just happily distributed it among themselves,” Fakir said.
(Extracted from newindianexpress.com)

The post Honesty of two Muslim teenagers spreads Diwali cheer in Jodhpur appeared first on Islamic Voice.


Govt notifies insolvency rules for financial service providers; regulators to play a key role
Source:  Business Today
Friday, 15 November 2019 16:56

While the basic character of the insolvency law for FSPs will remain the same, respective regulators will have a significant say in the overall process including the final approval of the resolution process

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