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Twitter · Islamabad
Pakistan's PM names Asim Munir as new army chief-information minister
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif appointed Lieutenant General Asim Munir as the new chief of army staff (COAS) Munir, the most senior of six generals considered for the position, will replace Lt. Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, who will retire on November 29 after commanding the army for six years.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 58 sources
Soccer · Doha
Senegal Win Puts Hosts Qatar on Brink of World Cup Elimination
Senegal beat Qatar 3-1 in World Cup Group A clash at Al Thumama Stadium. Boulaye Dia, Famara Diedhiou and Bamba Dieng scored for the hosts. Qatar will be out of the tournament if Netherlands beat Ecuador on Friday.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 45 sources
Business · New York
Black Friday crowds thin despite deals
Thin crowds were seen outside many stores in New York, Raleigh, Chicago and Los Angeles on what historically has been the busiest shopping day of the year. An estimated 166.3 million people are planning to shop from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday. See the Story
55% Right coverage: 11 sources
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Options trader PR Sundar faces backlash over 'most vulgar tweet of the year'
Celebrated options trader PR Sundar has faced intense backlash from the investment community on twitter today. Sundar, who has nearly 500,000 followers on twitter, had a heated exchange with another fellow user over posting mark-to-market losses of his recent trades. Several users on twitter branded Sundar's choice of language on the platform as distasteful, poor and unacceptable.See the Story
Business · Mumbai
Adani arm seeks licence to expand power distribution in Mumbai including JNPT
Adani Electricity Navi Mumbai (AENM) has approached the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) for a distribution licence. The company is aiming to get licence to distribute power in areas exclusively served by the state-owned Mahadiscom. The group, whose assets include the Adani Ports business, is also vying to distribution power to the country's largest container port JNPT.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Eastern Window: COVID protests singe China, rulers look for scapegoats
People in Chinese cities are removing Covid barriers imposed by the government. Slogans have been raised critical of China's supreme leader Xi Jinping. Some are comparing the situation to the 1989 Tiananmen protests in Beijing. The coming days will show if the protests are crushed or lead to a pro-democracy movement.See the Story
Payment Aggregator Authorisation: RBI rejects Paytm application, asks firm to reapply in 120 days after certain steps
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has turned down Paytm Payments Services Limited's application to seek licence to operate as a payment aggregator within the country. The central bank has now asked PPSL to re-submit its payment aggregation services application within 120 calendar days. Till the approvals are cleared, the fintech company will not onboard new online merchants.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Biggest FIFA World Cup upset in history? The miracle of Bern
Hungary's Elo rating of 2230, on 30 June 1954, remains the highest in the history of international football. Barring Germany (2223 in 2014) and England (2216 in 1912), no other side has broken even the 2200-barrier. The Hungarians won the 1952 Olympic Games, the 1953 Central European International Cup and the 1954 FIFA World Cup final.See the Story
Market LIVE Updates: Nifty above 18,500, Sensex gains; RIL, ICICI Bank positive contributors
Stock Market LIVE Updates: On the sectoral front, metal index down 1 percent, while oil & gas and auto indices up 1 percent each.See the Story
Nasdaq ends down as investors eye Black Friday sales, China infections
Apple fell 2 percent on news of reduced iPhone shipments from a Foxconn plant in China in November. The session focused on retailers as Black Friday sales kicked off against the backdrop of stubbornly high inflation and cooling economic growth. All three indexes ended the Thanksgiving week with gains, led by the Dow, which rose 1.78 percent.See the Story
57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Centre releases Rs 17k cr GST compensation to states; total Rs 1.15 lakh cr released this fiscal
GST was introduced in the country with effect from July 1, 2017. States were assured of compensation for the loss of any revenue arising on account of the implementation of GST for a period of five years. For providing compensation to States, a cess is levied on certain goods and the amount collected is credited to the compensation fund.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources