From PM Modi's Constitution Debate To Reasons Behind Kejriwal's Coughing, Here Are Top News On Nov 27

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| November 27 , 2015 , 19:06 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi  while intervening in a special discussion in Parliament on the Constitution, which has seen sparring between the government and the opposition since yesterday said that Consensus is more important that majority rule. He added that The Nation will be run only in accordance with the Constitution.
PM Modi: Not You And I, Consensus Builds Democracy
Modi in Lok Sabha The nation will run only according to the Constitution, and Govt has only one religion- India First, says PM Modi in LS. (Click here to read full story)|
Ind Vs SA: India Wins Series 2-0; Ashwin Clinches 7 Wickets
ravichandra ashwin India rode on a superb performance from off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin to beat South Africa by 124 runs in the third Test and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium here on Friday. (Click here to read full story)
Hiware Bazar: India’s Richest Village With 60 Millionaires
Hiware bazar Once most drought-prone village in Maharashtra, Hiware Bazar in Ahmednagar today is India’s richest village and houses at least 60 millionaires families out of total 235. The village boasts the highest per capita Income in the country. With an overall population of 1,250, these villagers earn an average of Rs 30,000 every month. (Click here to read full story)
PoK Will Remain Part Of Pakistan, J&K Of India: Farooq Abdullah
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah Replying to queries about the reported demand in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) of joining India, Abdullah said it will never happen and the countries will continue to hold the parts of the state under their respective control.  (Click here to read full story)
Is Rising Air-Pollution In Delhi Reason Behind CM Kejriwal’s Bad Health!
Kejriwal-Cough Following the highest air-pollution level so-far, Delhi Chief Minister had to cancel all the public engagements and meetings due bad-health and breathing issues. (Click here to read full story)