ABP LIVE News updates: Oct 28

ABP LIVE News updates: Oct 28

By: || Updated: 28 Oct 2014 05:05 AM
Welcome to ABP LIVE News updates. Here are the top developments of October 28.


7:30 PM: Swearing-in ceremony to be held on October 31


7:15 PM: Devendra Fadnavis meets Governor, stakes claim to form government.


6.30 PM: Devendra Fadnavis reaches Raj Bhawan to present claim for govt formation before the Governor


5.40 PM: Govt does about turn over black money issue, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says govt will give complete list of names to SC tomorrow


4.50 PM: SC directs Centre to place before it names of all Indian account holders in foreign banks by tomorrow - PTI

New regime at Centre can't ask modification of order when it was passed in an open court and accepted by the government: SC.

You do not do anything. Just pass information of account holders to us and we will pass order for further probe: SC


4.30 PM: BJP MLAs approve Fadnavis's name for next Maharashtra Chief Minister


3.30 PM: Devendra Fadnavis gets stamp of approval for Maharashtra CM: sources


3.00 PM: SC rejects review plea of death row convict Surinder Koli in one of the Nithari murder cases- PTI


2.00 PM: Delhi BJP will meet PM Modi and Amit Shah, then decide on govt formation in Delhi: Nitin Gadkari


1.10 PM: Hearing over govt formation in Delhi adjourned by Supreme Court till Thursday


1.00 PM: BJP leader Eknath Khadse talks to ABPNews, includes himself in Maharashtra CM race


12.25 PM: Delhi announces holiday for Chatt Puja


12.20 PM: US court issues summons against Amitabh in 1984 riots case, has to reply within 21 days

12.00 PM: Eight children drowned while cleaning a ghat for Chhat Puja in Saharsa, Bihar. 5 bodies have been recovered.


11.55 AM: Lot of time given to form government, but there is always a new thing that comes out: SC


11.30 AM: Solicitor General informs SC that President has given his consent to invite single largest party(BJP) to form government in Delhi. SC asked, how will government be formed?


10.30 AM:  Arvind Kejriwal hits out at BJP. Tweets, "If BJP discloses all black money holders' names, then who will give them money to fight elections in some states and buy MLAs in others?"