Indian Stock Market News, Equity Market and Sensex Today in India

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Indian share markets traded on a volatile note today and ended marginally lower.

Benchmark indices ended lower for the fifth consecutive session today with Nifty ending below the 11,150-mark.

At the closing bell, the BSE Sensex stood lower by 65 points. Meanwhile, the NSE Nifty ended down by 19 points.

Bharti Infratel was the top loser in NSE. Meanwhile, the top gainers in NSE today include Axis Bank and Coal India.

SGX Nifty was trading at 11,145, down by 14 points, at the time of writing.

Midcap and smallcap stocks also witnessed selling pressure today. The BSE Mid Cap index ended down by 0.3%. The BSE Small Cap index ended down by 0.1%.

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delhi school news: Delhi HC directs unaided private, govt schools to provide gadgets, internet to EWS students

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Friday directed unaided private schools and government schools like Kendriya Vidyalayas and others to provide gadgets and internet package to students of the economically weaker section (EWS) to take online classes.

A division bench of Justice Manmohan and Justice Sanjeev Narula, while passing the judgement, clarified that the cost of such gadgets and digital equipments as well as internet package are not a part of tuition fee and have to be provided free of cost to the EWS / DG students by private unaided schools and government schools like Kendriya Vidyalayas.

“The RTE (Right to Education) Act lays down the material foundation for creating equal opportunities for everyone in order to reach the ultimate goal of socio-economic justice. Good quality education translates into better employment avenues. By ensuring that EWS students are admitted to private schools we can strive to achieve socio-economic equality,”

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Telecommunications Stocks News: iQSTEL (OTC: $IQST) Completes Non-Conversion Agreements Halting All Further Conversions

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NEW YORK, NY – September 9, 2020 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Breaking Tech / Telecom News – iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST), a leading-edge 21st Century Enhanced Telecommunications Service Provider, is pleased to announce an agreement with the last matured noteholder has been reached, thereby succeeding in halting all further conversions.

As detailed in previous releases, iQSTEL has now reached non-conversion agreements with all matured note holders with today’s announced M2B agreement.

iQSTEL reached an agreement with M2B allowing for a moratorium on conversions until Nov 2020 with an extension option through Feb 2021. The extension is contingent upon a $150,000 payment due by Nov 30st, 2020. In addition, a repayment plan is in place moving forward.

As of this press release, iQSTEL has reduced the debt load significantly and halted conversions from M2B, as detailed above and in the corresponding 8-k linked below. The company’s Reg-A investor is pleased with

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Council considers CARES funds for upgrades, electronics purchases | News

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With $134,000 in federal CARES Act funding, Kenyon city leaders talked last week about how best to spend the money, intended to help it cover unexpected expenses related to the coronavirus pandemic.

Their discussion, a followup from its Sept. 2 meeting, covered upgrading radio systems for the Police and Fire departments, purchasing upgraded equipment for the city cable access channel and improvements to building ventilation systems.

The funds can be used to reimburse the city for expenses related to COVID, such as PPE supplies, equipment, as well as other eligible related costs. In some cases, cities can also reimburse themselves for personnel related costs from COVID. To date, the city has spent $1,989 on basic supplies and related items to COVID-19.

City Administrator Mark Vahlsing added the city is still looking for other items that might be eligible.

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Thiruvananthapuram gold smuggling case: Data retrieved from gadgets, says NIA | Kochi News

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KOCHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) submitted before the NIA court in Kochi, on Tuesday, that they have retrieved data worth 2,000GB from the laptops and smartphones of accused persons in the Thiruvananthapuram gold smuggling case Swapna Suresh and Sandeep Nair. Similarly, 2,000GB amount of data altogether was retrieved from digital gadgets of other three accused too. Even the deleted data, including videos, pictures and documents were recovered with CDAC’s help.
NIA told the court that they need to confront the accused persons with newly-found evidence and need to probe further into the possibility of existence of new evidence.
The court then granted four-day custody of Sandeep Nair, Muhammad Shafi and Muhammad Ali Ebrahim to NIA for further interrogation till Friday evening. Even though NIA sought custody of Swapna Suresh, the second accused in the case, she could not be produced in court as she is admitted in Thrissur medical
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Beekmantown CSD offers learning options | Local News

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BEEKMANTOWN — The Beekmantown School District is set to start its 2020-21 academic year on Sept. 14 with a variety of educational options for families.

“We did consider absolutely anything, and in the end I think we were able to provide two really good educational options,” Superintendent Dan Mannix said.

The district will be offering both in-person and virtual options for kindergarten through Grade 12, as well as continuing to allow home school.

In-Person: Students and teachers will attend class in-person, five days a week.

The Beekmantown Virtual School of Learning and Development K-12: This virtual learning option includes four-and-a-half days of virtual learning and a half-day of in-person learning and socialization. All kindergarten classes will be half day. This option is not available for PreK.

Home School: Home school parents take on the full responsibility of educating their children.

Roughly 30 percent of students have opted for remote learning,

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Hamilton, Robbinsville mayors demand BPU investigation of Optimum internet service provider | News

HAMILTON — Enough is enough.

Numerous customers of Optimum telecom service in Robbinsville and Hamilton are complaining of poor service, prompting the mayors of both townships to demand an investigation.

“Both municipalities’ residents have experienced similar, unacceptable issues and a lack of timely remediation from Optimum,” Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin said Tuesday in a press statement, adding he and Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried “will fight for our residents by partnering together on this issue and hope that by doing so it will provide for a stronger likelihood of these concerns being taken seriously by the state.”

Fried in a statement said Optimum has “failed” in its duty to furnish safe, adequate and proper service for its customers, adding, “We should not have to continuously pressure this provider to do its job.”

Attorneys for both townships sent letters to the New Jersey state Board of Public Utilities last week asking BPU

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Vibration Monitoring Market Size, Share and Growth Analysis to accrue $ 3,574.3 million by 2026 – Industry News

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Field Device Management (FDM) Market Size, Growth Research Analysis and Share to record over US $1,700.1 Million by 2026 – Industry News

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US stocks open higher as a technology-driven rally chugs on | National News

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