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Major News and Events of 27 September 2017

What Happened on 27 September 2017

MK Singh appointed as the new Chief Proctor of the Banaras Hindu University

In the light of recent violence at the Banaras Hindu University last weekend, chief proctor ON Singh took the moral responsibility and resigned. Thereafter, on Wednesday, Mahendra Kumar Singh was appointed as the new Chief Proctor of the Banaras Hindu University. Pertaining to the recent violence at the university, Uttar Pradesh's Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said, “recent incidents at the Banaras Hindu University smacked of a 'conspiracy' as prima facia reports suggested the role of anti-social elements in the incident.” CM Adityanath told media that the University's administration has been asked to get to the bottom of the matter.

Sensex falls over 300 points

Amidst recent surgical strike at the Myanmar Border, Sensex has fallen over 300 points while the Nifty 50 trades below 9,800. Sun Pharma lost 2% post AGM, Divis Labs fell 7% in USFDA observations for unit 2. Dr. Reddy Labs was under pressure. Being the seventh session of loss in a row, this fall is the longest losing run in 2017. Due to which the rupee sunk to a more than six month low on a foreign fund outflows.

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