New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: In our today's Jagran English's 'Latest Updates, Breaking News' blog, we will keep a tab on the Supreme Court hearing over the violence in Tripura. The TMC had moved the top court seeking contempt action against the Tripura government over its failure to curtail violent against opposition parties ahead of the local body polls.

Besides, we will also keep a tab on the farmers' protest. Despite Centre's decision to repeal the farm laws, the farmers have vowed to continue the agitation, demanding a law on the minimum support price (MSP).

Here are the highlights of the day:

16:05 hours: Delhi court orders registration of FIR against BJP leader Sambit Patra for allegedly posting a doctored video of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on social media

16:03 hours: Just In: Former JD(U) leader Pavan Varma joins TMC in New Delhi.

15:18 hours: Even after 18 years of experience, Punjab teachers only get a maximum of Rs 10,000 as their salary. In Delhi, even unskilled labour's minimum wage is Rs 15,000. All the teachers working in outsourcing and are contractual will get permanent, says AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

Punjab CM Channi promised to provide free electricity, nothing yet. He talked about mohalla clinics, there's not even one. He promised to end corruption, nothing happened. Now he's promised to end all the challans for auto-drivers, let's see, he added.

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13:38 hours: Many people in Congress are in touch with us but we don't want to take their garbage. If we start doing it then I challenge you that 25 Congress MLAs (in Punjab) would join us by evening. Their 25 MLAs and 2-3 MPs are in touch and want to join us, says AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

13:30 hours: We will improve Punjab government schools just like we improved Delhi government schools; only we know how to do it, no other party does. I guarantee to resolve multiple issues of teachers on an emergency basis, says AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

12:50 hours: Also Read - Central Vista Project: Supreme Court junks plea against change in land use, says 'it's matter of public policy'

12:35 hours: JD(U) to hold an event on 24 November at 40 locations, including Patna, to celebrate the 15 years of governance of CM Nitish Kumar. CM and the government's 'report card' in these 15 years will be presented on all platforms.

12:05 hours: Ashok Tanwar, former Congress MP and close aide of Rahul Gandhi, to join TMC today in Delhi, reports ANI.

11:05 hours: Five members of a family died in a road accident in Dhanbad. The accident occurred when their car skidded off the road after the driver lost control, says Dhanbad Police.

10:45 hours: Supreme Court dismisses a plea on the issue of a proposed change in use of a plot of land where the new official residences of the Vice-President and the Prime Minister are stipulated as part of the Central Vista project in Delhi.

10:19 hours: A drugs factory busted in Nanded district of Maharashtra during a raid. A total of 100 kgs of drugs seized so far in the raids that began yesterday in Nanded, Jalna, and Aurangabad districts. Three people have been detained so far. Raids are still underway, says Mumbai NCB.

10:05 hours: In Ludhiana, yesterday Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi announced that new registration certificates will be issued soon to auto drivers for preventing their harassment, says Punjab Chief Minister's Office.

He also announced that all the challans which are pending will be waived off. He also acceded to the demand of auto-rickshaw owners to draw a yellow line exclusively for plying of auto-rickshaws, it added.

10:00 hours: With the administration of 71,92,154 vaccine doses in the last 24 hours, India’s COVID-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 117.63 crore (1,17,63,73,499) as per provisional reports till 7 am today. This has been achieved through 1,21,69,135 sessions, says Centre.

9:43 hours: BREAKING: Congress leader Kirti Azad to join TMC today in Delhi, reports ANI.

9:30 hours: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has not been permitted to hold a rally at BKC in Mumbai on 27 November. The permission was not granted in wake of COVID, ban on public gatherings at MMRDA ground and recent violence in some districts of the state, says Mumbai Police.

9:14 hours: Just In: India reports 7,579 new cases (lowest in 543 days), 12,202 recoveries and 236 deaths in the last 24 hours. Active cases stand at 1,13,584 - lowest in 536 days, says Union Health Ministry.

9:04 hours: If we go to the polls under his (Sachin Pilot) leadership, I'll meet high command and tell them that he already carried out a mutiny in Rajasthan by cancelling tickets and damaging the party. If we go to 2023 polls under him, there could be nothing worse for the party, says Congress' Ramkesh Meena.

8:38 hours: As per the information provided by ATC, visibility right now is 400 metres while a 1200 metres visibility is required for the movement of aircraft. That's why there is no arrival or departure of flights at the airport right now, says Raipur Airport Director Rakesh Ranjan Sahay.

8:05 hours: AQI is presently at 315 overall in the 'very poor' category, says SAFAR.

7:45 hours: Assam reported 192 new COVID-19 cases, 5 deaths and 232 recoveries yesterday. Active cases stand at 1,581, says state health department.

7:27 hours: Voted in favour of resolution to eradicate rural poverty to implement 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development'. In India we're implementing a comprehensive strategy to eradicate poverty through economic growth; lifting millions out of poverty in last decade, says India at UN.

But we disassociate from operative para 19 of the UN resolution; phrases mentioned in this para represent a worrying phenomenon of pushing a language germane to a particular member state without any convincing rationale or acceptance by larger membership, it added.

7:21 hours: Mizoram reported 212 new COVID-19 cases and 2 deaths. Active cases stand at 4,746, says state health department.

7:19 hours: The Supreme Court will today hear a plea of the TMC against the Tripura government for failing to stop violence against opposition ahead of the upcoming local body polls.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma