From Winter Session Of Parliament To India vs South Africa Test, Here Are Top News On Nov 27

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| November 27 , 2015 , 08:33 IST
Congress on Thursday listed three issues, calling them non-negotiable while extending any support to help the government to pass the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, touted as the biggest reform measure since independence.
Winter Session Of Parliament (Day 2): Govt Expects Support On GST Bill
parliament UPA president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi, said there will be no compromise on the 1% tax for manufacturers, the constitutional cap of 18% for GST rate and an independent dispute resolution mechanism. “Unless the government responds on this, we will not compromise,” they said. (Click here to read full story)
Muslims From Southern States Are More Attracted To ISIS Than Northern Counterparts
Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju In a statement that can potentially trigger controversy, Minister of State for Home, Kiren Rijiju on Thursday said that muslims from southern state are more attracted towards banned terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) than their northern counterparts. (Click here to read full story)
Indian Hackers 'Pay Back' Pakistan On Seventh Anniversary Of 26/11 Attacks
Hacking An Indian group of internet hackers pulled down around ten Pakistani website as a symbolic 'pay back' on the seventh anniversary of 26/11,  the deadliest terror attack on Mumbai city. (Click here to read full story)
Flipkart 'Big Phone Theory' Sale Offer Begins For Thanksgiving On Popular Mobile Brands
flipkart-big-phone-theory-sale-1 Popular shopping site and e-commerce giant Flipkart on Wednesday launched its latest sale offer to mark the occasion of Thanksgiving, a US tradition, with a wide selection of phones. The new sale called 'The Big Phone Theory' has started on Thursday and will go on till November 27. (Click here to read full story)
Ind Vs SA 3rd Test: 20 Wickets Tumble On Day 2, India Need 8 Scalps To Win
India-vs-south-africa-2nd-test South Africa ended Day 2 at 32/2 in their second innings, requiring 278 more runs to win the third Test against India in the three days of play remaining at the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium. (Click here to read full story)