10 % RESERVATION BILL PASS IN RAJYA SABHA.

Saudi Arabia to slash oil exports by 800,000 barrels daily in January: Minister.

Bihar: Local BJP leader, Baiju Gupta shot dead by unknown assailants in Muzaffarpur.

36-Year-Old Women enters Sabarimala Temple on January 8.

West Bengal: Fire breaks out in a slum area in Bagracote. Three fire tenders present at the spot.

Money laundering case: Delhi's Patiala House Court to hear non-bailable warrant and anticipatory bail plea of Manoj Arora, a close aide of Robert Vadra, on 11 January.

Interim budget to be presented on February 1 during the budget session of the parliament. The budget session of the Parliament to be held from 31st January to 13th February. The decision was taken in the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs, Say Sources.

Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2pm after uproar over general category quota bill.

West Bengal: Suspected bomb found on a railway track at North 24 Parganas in Ashok Nagar earlier today has been disposed of by civil authorities. Normal services over Bangaon section resumed.

Maharashtra: PM Narendra Modi at the foundation laying ceremony of various development projects in Solapur.

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New Delhi, January 9: Seven new political parties on Tuesday sought registration from the Election Commission of India ahead of the 2019 general elections. According to a report by ANI, the new political parties that have sought registration from the election commission are Bhartiya Vikash Dal-United, Loktantrik Jan Swaraj Party, National Awami United Party, Purvanchal Navnirman Party, Rashtriya Janshakti Samaj Party, Sakala Janula Party and Swantantra Party (Jan).

Meanwhile, in West Bengal, train services on Sealdah-Lakshmikantapur Namkhana & Diamond Harbour section were affected as strike supporters have thrown banana leaves on an overhead wire at Dakshin Barasat, Mathurapur between Nischindapur-Kakdwip, Kakdwip-Namkhana on Sealdah-Lakshmikantapur Namkhana section.

According to a report by ANI, the World Bank said that India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will grow at 7.3 per cent during the ongoing financial year (2018-19).