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 •  EC gives Samajwadi Party's 'cycle' symbol to Akhilesh Yadav
In a huge setback to Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh, the Election Commission granted the party's disputed 'cycle' symbol to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. It also recognised Akhilesh as the SP national president.
 
 •  Live: Akhilesh is national chief of SP, says EC
 
 •  Now, you can withdraw Rs 10,000/day from ATMs 
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday decided to increase the cash withdrawal limit from ATMs to Rs 10,000 per day from the present Rs 4,500 with immediate effect. Current account withdrawal limit has also been raised to Rs 1,00,000 per week.
 
 •  July 1 more realistic deadline for GST: Arun Jaitley
Finance Minister Arun Jailtey-led Goods and Services Tax (GST) council, on Monday, again failed to achieve consensus on contentious dual control or cross empowerment issue that deals with assessee jurisdiction, deferring target for GST roll-out to July 1.
 
 •  Note ban: IMF cuts India's growth rate to 6.6%
The IMF's cut in India's growth rates comes days after the World Bank decelerated India's GDP growth for 2016-17 fiscal to 7 per cent from its previous estimate of 7.6 per cent citing the impact of demonetisation.
 
 •  Mulayam says he might contest against Akhilesh
"I always advocated interest of Muslims. When I ensured appointment of a Muslim as state's director general of police (DGP), Akhilesh did not talk to me for 15 days. He did not want any Muslim on this post. It gave an anti-Muslim message," Mulayam alleged.
 
 •  'India's NSG membership can't be a farewell gift'
China on Monday said admission of non-NPT signatories in NSG cannot be a "farewell gift" for countries to give to each other, a day after the outgoing Obama administration asserted that Beijing was an "outlier" in the efforts to make India a member of the elite nuclear club.
 
 •  Sachin's landmarks impossible to achieve: Kohli
Comparisons with the great Tendulkar crop up every now and then but Kohli made it clear that it will be very difficult to achieve the heady numbers of the 'Master Blaster'.
 
 •  Poll: Jawans can't use social media to complain
 
 •  Union minister Babul Supriyo's convoy attacked
Supriyo, the Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises told PTI that his convoy was attacked by alleged TMC activists when he was on an official visit to Durgapur Steel Thermal Power station in his Asansol constituency during the day.
 
 •  Why Pak villagers attacked convoy of Qatar royal
 
 •  7 gadgets that can be game-changers in 2017
 
 •  Make in USA, or else: Trump to German auto giants
Three carmakers have invested heavily in factories in Mexico, where production costs are lower than the United States, with an eye to exporting smaller vehicles to the US market.
 
 •  What PETA said to Stalin on Jallikattu
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Monday reacted to DMK working president M K Stalin’s statement that PETA is anti-national as it is against Tamil Nadu’s traditional bull-taming sport, jallikattu. PETA claimed that it is patriotic.
 
 •  Chennai to B'luru in just 30 minutes - by land
The brainchild of Elon Musk, HyperLoop One proposes to propel people in travel pods at 1,200kph through a tube propped up on concrete pillars. The pod or train is able to achieve the speed because it floats in a vacuum inside the tunnel.
 
 •  Now, Sidhu says he's 'a born Congressman'
A day after he formally joined the Congress party ahead of the Punjab assembly elections, former BJP man Navjot Singh Sidhu said he's a "born Congressman" and his entry into the Congress is akin to a "ghar wapasi."
 
 •  In India, 57 own 70% of population's wealth
In signs of rising income inequality, India's richest one per cent now hold a huge 58 per cent of the country's total wealth -- higher than the global figure of about 50 per cent, an Oxfam study showed. Women form 60 per cent of the lowest paid wage labour, but only 15 per cent of the highest wage-earners.
 
 •  AI to fly Delhi-Washington non-stop from July
Come July and the capitals of India and USA will be linked with a direct flight. Air India will have a non-stop service between Delhi and Washington, three times a week to begin with. The airline will use the Boeing 777 for this route.
 
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