The Biggest Stories of June 7, 2016

PUBLISHED ON: June 8, 2016 | Duration: 18 min, 10 sec

   
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today thanked US President Barack Obama for extending support for India's membership to the Nuclear Security Group after they addressed the media jointly in Washington; Nuclear Power Corporation of India and US firm Westinghouse have agreed to begin work immediately for six nuclear power plant reactors in India and conclude contractual arrangements by June 2017; Anurag Kashyap today said Censor Chief Pahlaj Nihalani is a dictator and the Censor Board is his North Korea; RBI chief Raghuram Rajan ribbed the media today for the array of reports on whether he will be re-appointed. "It would be cruel of me to spoil the fun the press is having," Mr Rajan said, adding that he is "intrigued by the letters I am supposed to have written"; all this and more in our news wrap of the day.
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