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Top 5 news at 9 PM on November 16: Rajya Sabha debates demonetisation woes

The Opposition Alleged Selective Leak Of The Information Before The Announcement Which Should Be Probed By A Joint Parliamentary Committee. Among Those Who Demanded A JPC Probe Were Congress' Pramod Tiwari, JD(U) Leader Sharad Yadav And CPI(M) Leader Sitaram Yechury. Watch Top 5 News At 9 PM On November 16.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Hina Khan | Updated on: 16 Nov 2016, 09:22:04 PM
Top 5 news at 9 PM on November 16: Rajya Sabha debates demonetisation woes (Picture: ANI)

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The Opposition alleged selective leak of the information before the announcement which should be probed by a Joint Parliamentary Committee. Among those who demanded a JPC probe were Congress' Pramod Tiwari, JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav and CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury. Watch Top 5 news at 9 PM on November 16.

1.Oppn alleges 'leak' of information before currency ban: Here's what all happened in Parliament on Day 1

The winter session of Rajya Sabha opened on Wednesday with a united Opposition mounting an assault on the government over demonetisation, saying it had led to “economic anarchy” in the country.

2. SBI writes off 63 willful defaulters loan, including Vijay Mallya's defunct airlines, not loan waiver: Govt

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, on Wednesday accepted that State Bank of India (SBI) made changes in the account of 63 wilfill defaulters list, including Vijaya Mallya but clarified that Rs 7,000 crore loan 'write-off' is not a loan waiver.

3. Supreme Court asks Google, Yahoo and Microsoft to delete sex determination info

Search engines like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft were today asked to “delete” within 36 hours the advertisements, hosted by them, pertaining to pre-natal sex determination in India by the Supreme Court which directed the Centre to appoint a nodal agency to monitor the websites.

4. Govt asks banks, post offices to report to I-T department of all deposits over Rs 2.5 lakh

The government has asked banks and post offices to report to the I-T Department all deposits above Rs 2.50 lakh in savings accounts, and more than Rs 12.50 lakh in current accounts, made during the 50-day window provided to tender the scrapped 500 and 1000 rupee notes.

5. Cyrus Mistry's hostility to primary promoters led to his removal, says new head Harish Bhat

Cyrus Mistry’s hostility to primary promoters had led to his removal as chairman of Tata Global Beverages as it posed significant risk to the company’s future performance, said the new head Harish Bhat.

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First Published : 16 Nov 2016, 09:15:00 PM