Morning Newswrap February 1

Morning Newswrap February 1
Morning Newswrap February 1

Uncertainty over Budget after MP E Ahamed's death, Opposition wants delay

Hours after sitting Lok Sabha MP from Malappuram in Kerala, E Ahamed, died after he suffered a heart attack during President Pranab Mukherjee's address to the joint session of Parliament, sources from the Government said that Union Budget is likely to be postponed for a day.

Premier League: Chelsea held by Liverpool but rivals fail to profit

Chelsea have not lost a league game at Anfield since 2012, although they will probably feel a little short-changed after failing to capitalise on Liverpool's lack of form.

Nawaz Sharif's go-ahead for Indian films in Pakistan; Kaabil, Raees to be screened

Pakistani press reported that the country's prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, gave the official go-ahead to screening Indian films in the country even as the government maintains that there was never an official ban on Indian movies being released in the country.

Bollywood can't fight political bullies because we don't respect our cinema

Bollywood has to fend for itself and won't get support from either the law or the people of India because as much as we Indians love to watch films, we do not have respect for films and those involved in them professionally. The Bhansali slapgate is not the end.

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