The Biggest Stories of October 26, 2016

PUBLISHED ON: October 26, 2016 | Duration: 15 min, 47 sec

  
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Leading stock exchanges BSE and NSE have asked six listed Tata companies for a clarification, after sacked Chairman Cyrus Mistry wrote to board members warning that the group faces a write-down of about $18 billion on these companies; India being ranked 130 by the World Bank's latest 'Doing Business' report does not fully reflect the significant transformation in the overall business environment following government reforms, industry bodies said; BS Yeddyurappa, a top BJP leader from Karnataka, has been acquitted of accepting kickbacks worth 40 crores while he was Chief Minister to allow illegal mining in the state; As the fear of bird flu outbreak grips Kerala, forest officials have fanned out to different parts of the state looking for ominous signs of infection.
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