1. Live Breaking News Headlines Update: Congress questiones Lt General Bipin Rawat appointment as Army Chief

Live Breaking News Headlines Update: Congress questiones Lt General Bipin Rawat appointment as Army Chief

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By: | New Delhi | Updated: December 18, 2016 10:26 PM
Congress questioned the appointment of Lt General Bipin Rawat as the new Army Chief. (ANI) Congress questioned the appointment of Lt General Bipin Rawat as the new Army Chief. (ANI)

10:19 pm: Winning the tournament for the second time Athletico de Kolkata lifts the ISL trophy for the second time in three years, after defeating Kerala Blasters 5-4 after the penalty shootouts.

07:30 pm: With an aggressive performance in the finals of the Junior World Cup, the Indian junior hockey team, today, recreated history, winning the tournament for the second time after 15 years.

01:30 pm: Congress questioned the appointment of  Lt General Bipin Rawat as the new Army Chief, who supercede seniormost Lt Generals, Praveen Bakshi and P M Hariz.

01:15 pm: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss damages caused by Cyclone Vardaah which hit the Chennai earlier this month. Panneerselvam will also hand over the letter seeking Bharat Ratna for former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who passed away this month.

01:00 pm: Enforcement Directorate (ED) has discovered that gold biscuits worth Rs 2,700 crore in cash were bought in Hyderabad from the period of November 8 to November 30, India Today reported on Sunday.

12:26 pm: Facing huge financial crunch, Pakistan cinema owners have decided to lift the self-imposed ban on screenings of Indian films from December 19, some Pakistani media organisations reported on Monday.

12:01 pm: In a startling claim, James Christian Michel, Italy-based middleman named in Rs 3,546 AgustaWestland scam, has said that Indian agencies have been putting “subtle pressure” to extract “information” against the “opposition” political party.

 

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