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Days after Supreme Court deferred the verdict on the Sabarimala issue, the temple will open today for the 41-day annual pilgrimage season. Women of all age groups will be allowed to enter the temple, however, the Kerala government has said that no protection will be given to the activists as shrine is "no place for activism". In a 3:2 majority verdict, the Supreme Court Thursday referred to a larger 7-judge bench the pleas seeking review of its historic 2018 judgment allowing women and girls of all ages to enter Kerala’s Sabarimala temple, along with other contentious issues of alleged discrimination against Muslim and Parsi women.
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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh: Spoke to pilots, Captain M Sheokhand and Lt Commander Deepak Yadav. It is a matter of great satisfaction that they managed to eject in time and both of them are safe. I pray for their good health and well-being.
Delhi: Air Quality remains in 'Very Poor' category across ITO, Punjabi Bagh, Anand Vihar and Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium (India Gate circle) areas.
Delhi: 49-year-old woman from New Zealand found dead in a hotel in Paharganj, police investigation underway
Delhi: Congress party to hold a rally at Ramlila Maidan on November 30 on the issue of economic slowdown.
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on being asked if Shiv Sena will go for NDA meeting in Delhi ahead of Parliament session?: No, Shiv Sena will not go.
Delhi: JNU administration files complaint at Vasant Kunj (North) police station against "vandalism and defacement of Swami Vivekananda's statue at Jawaharlal Nehru University" by miscreants on November 14 during protest against fee hike.
AgustaWestland case: Businessman Ratul Puri has moved bail plea through his counsel Vijay Aggarwal in a special court in Delhi .
Delhi BJP protests near AAP office after SC clean chit on Rafale deal
The Delhi unit of Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday protested near the Aam Aadmi Party office here against the "baseless allegations" levelled by the party in the Rafale jet deal, two days after the Supreme Court rejected pleas to review its judgment giving clean chit to the Modi government.
Farmers stage a protest alleging that they have not been properly compensated for their lands that were acquired for Trans Ganga City project of Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation, reports ANI. #Unnao
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West Bengal: BJP workers deface posters of Rahul Gandhi
West Bengal: BJP workers tear and deface posters of @RahulGandhi during a protest in Kolkata demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi after Supreme Court dismissed #Rafale review petitions, reports ANI.
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Ghaziabad: According to the Air Quality Index (AQI) data, Indirapuram at 437, Loni at 440, Vasundhara at 430 - all in 'severe' category.
Jammu and Kashmir: Vehicular movement between Jammu and Srinagar suspended since November 14, following another landslide at Digdole in Ramban.
Bihar: Four people have died and more than five have been injured after a boiler exploded in an NGO's kitchen in Sugauli, early morning today. Injured have been admitted to hospital.
Modi Government Not To Release Consumer Spending Data
Amid reports of a sharp decline in consumer spending in rural areas for the first time in the last 40 years, the Narendra Modi government on Friday said that the data of the Consumer Expenditure Survey 2017-18 will not be released this year. The government has cited "data quality issues" as the reason behind its move to hold the finding of the survey. Read here...
Pakistan Has Increased Efforts To Get Nuclear Technology By Illegal Means: Report
Pakistan’s activities to illegally obtain technology used in nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) weapons is seeing a sharp increase, according to the German government. In an official reply to questions from lawmakers, the German government said, Pakistan has seen a sharp increase in proliferation-relevant procurement activities in recent years. Read here...
Delhi-NCR Sees Clearer As Smog Scatters, But Air Quality Index Remains In 'Severe' Category
People in Delhi-NCR woke up to much clearer visibility on Saturday morning as strong winds scattered some of smog shrouding the region. However, the air quality index remained in severe catergory. There is some hope of it getting better as day progresses. According to Ministry of Earth Science-backed System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the AQI level in and around Delhi was in severe zone on Saturday morning. While the overall air quality index (AQI) of Delhi stood at 434 around 8 am, the AQI in neighbouring Noida and Gurugram also improved when compared to Friday. Read here...
Goa DGP Pranab Nanda dies of cardiac arrest
Goa's Director General of Police Pranab Nanda died of cardiac arrest in New Delhi last night, a senior official said. Inspector General of Police Jaspal Singh confirmed Nanda's death. He was on a Delhi visit after attending official functions in Goa on Friday.
We were informed by his family that Nanda is no more. He died due to cardiac arrest. It's shocking, he said.