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GATE 2024: Registration with late fees begins at goaps.iisc.ac.in, link here

GATE 2024 registration with late fee begins today, October 13, 2023. The direct link to apply is given below.  | Competitive Exams Key Points

Hindustan Times

'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to 'Tonight Show' - late night talk shows are returning after WGA strike. Check dates

Late night talk shows were the first to be shut down due to the WGA strike. They will return soon, these will return on October 1 and October 2. Key Points

Economic Times

'Late Night with the Devil' breaks box office record. Know in detail

'Late Night with the Devil' unfolds almost in real-time on the set of a 1977 late-night talk show broadcast that goes wrong and transforms from amusing to sinister. Starring David Dastmalchian ('The Suicide Squad', 'Oppenheimer') as talk show host Jack Delroy the film unleashes evil into the nations living rooms. Key Points

Economic Times

Man dies of suspected drug overdose in Ludhiana, body found in vacant plot

Police recovered his body from a vacant plot on Dhandra road. His family told police that he was undergoing de-addiction treatment and was on medication. It is suspected that a person who accompanied him on Wednesday late gave him drugs again. Key Points

The Indian Express

Intel delays $20 billion Ohio project, citing slow chip market: report

Its initial timeline had chip-making starting next year. Construction on the manufacturing facilities now is not expected to be finished until late 2026, the report said, citing people involved in the project. Key Points

Economic Times

Adult ADHD​ diagnosis came after​ woman lost 25 job​s from symptoms

A woman was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in her 30s after symptoms caused her to lose more than 25 jobs. She's still learning to manage it. Key Points

Insider

German battery maker Varta says five plants hit by cyberattack

(Reuters) -German battery maker Varta's five production plants were hit by a cyberattack on Feb. 12, the company said late on Tuesday, adding that the extent of the damage had yet to be determined. Key Points

ThePrint

Guru Purnima: I miss Mr Seth’s constructive criticism, says Kavita Seth

Singer Kavita Seth reflects on her late husband as her guru, missing his constructive criticism. She also credits other musicians as her gurus. Key Points

Hindustan Times

After hacking newly-wed brother, his bride & 3 others to death, man shoots self in UP’s Mainpuri

FIR is based on complaint by accused Shiv Veer Yadav's father. Police has been unable to uncover any obvious motivation. Autopsy reports expected late Saturday. Key Points

ThePrint

10 Inspirational Quotes by Andrew Carnegie on Wealth and Philanthropy

Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American industrialist and philanthropist. Carnegie led the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century and became one of the richest Americans in history. Key Points

Times of India

Businesses can revoke cancelled GST registration by June 30

Businesses whose GST registrations were cancelled for non-filing of returns before December 31 can apply for revocation by June 30 by paying due taxes, interest and penalty. The time limit for making an application for revocation of cancellation of registration has been increased from 30 to 90 days. If taxpayers file the pending GST returns GSTR-10 and GSTR-3B, assessment proceedings initiated by the tax authorities under the GST Act will be deemed to have been withdrawn. Key Points

Economic Times

Businesses can revoke cancelled GST registration by Jun 30

Businesses whose GST registrations were cancelled for non-filing of returns before December 31 can apply for revocation by June 30 by paying due taxes, interest and penalty. The time limit for making an application for revocation of cancellation of registration has been increased from 30 to 90 days. If taxpayers file the pending GST returns GSTR-10 and GSTR-3B, assessment proceedings initiated by the tax authorities under the GST Act will be deemed to have been withdrawn. Key Points

Economic Times

Lajovic upsets Murray in first round of Miami Open

It was disappointing for Murray, who reached the final in Doha last month. The 35-year-old flung his racquet in frustration after a costly unforced error - one of 15 across the match - late in the affair and told reporters he had expected a better performance from himself. | Tennis News Key Points

Hindustan Times

James Corden announces his first big project after 'The late Late Show'

Sirius XM is gearing up to reveal more details surrounding Corden's new gig on Nov. 8 during its Next Generation Industry & Press Preview event. The forthcoming project will be titled This Life of Mine with James Corden, which is set to premiere early next year. Key Points

Economic Times

Australia Central bank says worst over for inflation as policy enters 'calibration stage'

Inflation, which peaked late last year at over a three decade high of 7.8%, trended down to 6% last quarter and is projected to return to the RBA's target band of 2-3% in late 2025. Key Points

Business Today

Markets hold on to early gains after RBI monetary policy decision

Interest rate-sensitive bank, realty and auto stocks trading with gains. Benchmark equity indices jumped in late morning trade on Friday, extending their rally... Key Points

The Tribune India

'Late Night With the Devil': Release date, streaming platform, star cast, and more about late-night TV sho

'Late Night With the Devil' first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, Austin, in March 2023, where it was screened in the 'Midnighters' section. This was followed by its screening at the Sydney Film Festival in June 2023. It was also screened at the BFI London Film Festival and the Melbourne International Film Festival. Key Points

Economic Times

Ghaziabad: Shocked by husband’s death, 23-year-old jumps to death from 7th floor

There were several family members in the house when the body was brought home. Seeing her husband’s body, she ran towards the balcony and jumped off. Key Points

Hindustan Times

Tax investigation: Detailed SOP in works for DGGI officials

The Central Board of Indirect tax and Customs is considering a directive to address concerns raised by multinational companies during tax investigations conducted by DGGI officials. The directive aims to improve ease of doing business and has received feedback from the finance ministry. Key Points

Economic Times

Biden meets Qatar counterpart Emir, discusses Gaza hostages & boosting aid to the war zone

Qatar and Egypt were mediators between Israel and militant group Hamas in the late November truce. Current diplomatic efforts on a new truce have yielded little public progress so far. Key Points

ThePrint

'I am but a mere actor': Shah Rukh Khan pens emotional 'thank you' note for b'day, his midnight appearance from Mannat goes viral

A large crowd had gathered late last night outside superstar Shah Rukh Khan's Mumbai home 'Mannat' to wish him on his birthday. The actor, who turned 58 today, in turn greeted his fans from his balcony and expressed his gratitude for their wishes. Key Points

Business Today

India's Shoppers Stop posts 83% drop in Q2 profit on weak demand

India's Shoppers Stop (SHOP.NS) on Wednesday posted a 83.2% fall in second quarter profit as the department store was hit by rising expenses and weaker demand, with customers delaying purchases of clothes and cosmetics due to a late festive season. Key Points

Reuters

$10000 Great Depression-era banknote sells for whopping $480000 in Texas

The banknote was issued in 1934 and features the face of late US president Abraham Lincoln’s treasury secretary, Salmon P. Chase. | World News Key Points

Hindustan Times

‘Salman Khan would leave the set in two hours if he felt his face didn’t look good’: Anand Balraj recalls Bhai, Govinda’s habitual tardiness

Anand Balraj said that Salman Khan loved working at night and that he would even sit and chill with the crew till 3:30 a.m. sometimes after wrapping up work. Key Points

The Indian Express

GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall Street shares mixed; dollar strikes two-month peak

Washington's short-term borrowing costs jumped after Fitch put its U.S. rating on downgrade watch late on Wednesday. Key Points

Financialexpress

Businesses can apply for revocation of GST registration cancellation by June 30 after paying taxes, penalt

The Indian government is allowing businesses whose GST registrations have been cancelled due to non-filing of returns to apply for revocation by June 30, after paying any taxes, interest, and penalties. Measures have been introduced to provide relief for taxpayers who were previously only qualified for a 30-day application period to restore their registrations following cancellation orders. Key Points

Economic Times

PM Modi sends letter to Satish Kaushik's wife, mourns actor's death

Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a letter of condolence to late actor Satish Kaushik's wife Shashi. Satish's friend, actor Anupam Kher, has tweeted the letter. | Bollywood Key Points

Hindustan Times

Trump Media stock sinks near all-time low as SEC declaration may dilute existing holders

Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. sank in late trading after the US SEC declared effective a regulatory filing that could dilute shareholders. Key Points

Hindustan Times

Iran’s supreme leader presides over funeral for president, others killed in helicopter crash

Country now has an acting president, Mohammad Mokhber, who is overseeing a caretaker government. Iran’s supreme leader presided over a funeral on Wednesday... Key Points

The Tribune India

Tamil actor Visheshwara Rao dies at 64 in Chennai hospital after battling cancer

Reportedly, Visheshwara Rao was undergoing treatment for the disease for the last few years. His final rites will take place later on Wednesday. Key Points

Hindustan Times

Spice of Life | Guardians of humanity, angels on earth

After landing in Cancun late in the evening, we met the hosts and relatives excitedly before retiring to our room to catch some-need rest before the festivities began the next morning. About 1am, however, my wife developed a medical condition, making it difficult for her to sleep. We contacted the in-house nurse, who suggested that we go to a hospital, which was about 15 kms away. Key Points

Hindustan Times