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Cheque facility won't be withdrawn, says the govt
It is a matter of relief that the Union Government has clarified that cheque facility won't be withdrawn.

There were stray reports that an overenthusiastic government favaouring total digitalisation may go in for banning the cheque books.


It is gratifying to note that the government won't proceed with the reforms this way.
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Yogi sworn in for development as Uttam Pradesh
The Yogi has been sworn in as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoped there would be record development for an Uttam Pradesh.

Yogi Adityanath -- the five-time BJP member of parliament from Gorakhpur and the head priest of the Gorakhnath temple - took oath today as Uttar Pradesh's new chief minister along with two deputy chief ministers and a 43-member cabinet.

The ceremony at Lucknow's sprawling Smriti Upvan complex was attended by BJP President Amit Shah, many union ministers and BJP chief ministers from other states as well as party veterans like LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi.

Congratulating Yogi Adityanath, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had shared stage with him, tweeted, "I have immense confidence that this new team will leave no stone unturned in making UP Uttam Pradesh. There will be record development."
   
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