From Chennai Floods To Murder Connection Of Rationalists Such As Kalburgi, Here Are Top 5 News This Evening On Dec 2

| } December 2 , 2015 , 19:26 IST
The cost from Chennai floods has left an estimated Rs. 15,000 crore worth of damages. In other updates MoS for Home Kiren Rijiju issued a statement saying there is no link yet of any connection in the murders of rationalists Dabholkar, Pansare and Kalburgi.
1. LIVE UPDATES | Chennai Floods: Rs 15,000 Crore Washed Away Due To Heaviest Rain In A Centurychennai floods 2
“The financial loss due to record-breaking rainfall in Chennai and several parts of Tamil Nadu may even exceed Rs.15,000 crore mark as the city of Chennai has come to a virtual standstill and is in the grip of fear and panic,” the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) said in a statement. (Click here to read more)
2. Upset Modi Leaves Lok Sabha Amid Uproarpm-narendra-modi
A visibly upset Prime Minister Narendra Modi left the Lok Sabha on Wednesday as opposition members created a din demanding the sacking of minister V.K. Singh. (Click here to read more)
3. Gujarat Civic Polls Results: Cong Gains In Rural Areas, BJP Hold On To Urbananandiben
Leading in 18 of the 31 district panchayats of Gujarat, Congress today looked set to make an impressive comeback in rural areas of the state, while the ruling BJP retained its hold on urban centres as trends of the local bodies polls continued to pour in. (Click here to read more) 
4. No Link Between Murders Of Pansare, Dabholkar And Kalburgi: Kiren Rijijurationalists
“As per available information, there is no report to suggest any linkage/connection between the murders of Govind Pansare, Narendra Dabholkar and MM Kalburgi,” minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju told Rajya Sabha in a written reply. (Click here to read more)
5. Rajiv Gandhi Assassination: Tamil Nadu Can’t Release Convicts, Says Supreme CourtRAJIV_Gandhi
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that the Tamil Nadu government has no suo moto power to grant remission and release the convicts accused of conspiracy in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. (Click here to read more)