Week in Review: 1st September

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  • The state of the economy today is deeply worrying, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said, adding that “all-round mismanagement” by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has resulted in the slowdown. Read more… NDTV
  • “Deeply Concerned About Situation In Kashmir: US Senator Bernie Sanders. Jammu and Kashmir has been under restrictions since the government announced its decision to end its special status and split it into two union territories on August 5. Read more… NDTV
  • Last-Minute Travellers Helped Railways Earn Rs.25,000 Crore In 4 Years. Indian Railways earned Rs. 21,530 crore from Tatkal quota tickets and an additional Rs. 3,862 crore from Tatkal Premium tickets between 2016 and 2019. Read more… NDTV
  • Janhvi Kapoor pens a heartfelt note for the real Kargil Girl Gunjan Saxena on her birthday. Read more about it… Pinkvilla
  • Here’s what Saif Ali Khan has to say on paparazzi backing off from his house to click Taimur Ali Khan. Read more about it… Pinkvilla
  • Electric buses designed in the form of rail coaches will ply on the Metro network proposed for Nashik town. Read more… Tribune
  • The light-utility helicopter (LUH), produced by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, has undertaken a flight at 18,000 feet and landed at Daulat Baig Oldie (DBO). Read more… Tribune
  • Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, in CBI custody for a week in connection with the INX Media case, is being treated with the dignity he deserves. Read more… Tribune
  • Pro-democracy demonstrators planned on Sunday to choke travel routes to Hong Kong’s international airport after a chaotic night of running battles between police and masked protesters. Read more… Tribune
  • US and Taliban negotiators are close to an agreement that would reduce fighting and allow full peace talks among Afghans, a top US official said on Sunday. Read more… Tribune

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