TODAY HEADLINES

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HEADLINES: MORNING NEWS.

 

1. Prime Minister says India and China have learnt from history in dealing with their border dispute; says mature bilateral ties have allowed extensive economic cooperation.

2. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announces setting up of a high level committee on the issue of Minimum Alternative Tax on FIIs.

3. Prime minister reviews connectivity-related sectors of infrastructure; asks for repairing road links with Nepal on priority.

4. India and Russia to sign a Memorandum to establish a network of Institutions of Higher Education.

5. Exit polls in UK predict lead for ruling conservative party in the parliamentary elections.

6. India take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four match Hockey test series with Japan.

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