Jayalalithaa's doctors said she is ready to go home, and the Centre dismissed rumours that there was a shortage of salt in the market.



A look at the headlines right now:


  • ATMs were not recalibrated to maintain secrecy of the scheme, says Arun Jaitley on demonetisation: The finance minister said it was natural the scheme would cause inconvenience in the first few days.


  • Jayalalithaa can go home whenever she feels fit, says Apollo hospital doctor: However, party leaders believe that it is better for the AIADMK chief to stay there a few more days so that her infection does not relapse.



  • Rumours of salt shortage trigger panic buying in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh: Authorities said such reports were false and assured the public that the essential commodity would not be sold at higher prices.



  • Mamata Banerjee wants to work with CPI(M) after BJP’s demonetisation call: The West Bengal chief minister said all parties should oppose the Centre for the scheme.

  • Indian soldier killed during cross-border firing in Jammu and Kashmir’s Keran sector: The jawan has been identified has Harshid Badarya.



  • England take control of first Test with a lead of 163 on Day 4: India were bowled out for 488 in their first innings.



  • Taliban attack kills four in largest US airbase in Afghanistan: At least 14 others were wounded in the explosion in Nato’s Bagram Airfield, north of Kabul.



  • Missing JNU student case transferred to Delhi crime branch: The step was taken in order to get ‘a different perspective’ after the South District police were unable to find make significant headway.



  • Shouldn’t see short-term impact, citizens must do what is required, says Aamir Khan on demonetisation: The actor said ‘these issues concerning our country are more important’.



  • Parrikar’s remarks on India’s nuclear policy mars efforts for NSG, UNSC membership, says Opposition: The CPI(M) and Congress accused the defence minister of making irresponsible comments and want the Centre to clarify its position on use of nuclear weapons. 





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