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Here are the highlights of the day:
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14:10 hours: To curb instances of open burning in Delhi, we will be launching 'Empty Open Burning Campaign' from 11 November to 11 December in the capital; 550 teams from 10 departments handed over responsibility for the same, says Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai.
13:45 hours: Night curfew lifted in Nadia and Hooghly Districts on 12 and 13 November on the occasion of 'Jagadhatri Puja', says state government.
13:30 hours: Our government in 2017, primarily worked on the protection of women with our 'Anti-Romeo' squad. We recruited 1.5 lakh police officers, out of which 20 per cent are assigned the task of women safety, says Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
13:02 hours: Nawab Malik has dealings with people from the Underworld people convicted in '93 Mumbai bomb blasts case. He purchased land from convicts of the case on rates cheaper than market rates. Was this deal to save prime land from being forfeited under TADA law, says BJP's Devendra Fadnavis.
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11:55 hours: Congress Rajya Sabha MP Ripun Bora writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and urges him to extend the deadline of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojna beyond November 30, 2021.
11:25 hours: Won't be able to attend meeting over appointment of State Information Commissioners today as I've been intimated about it only a few hours back. As a member of Selection Committee it's my right to know beforehand about the applicants' names, says West Bengal Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari.
10:44 hours: Police arrest a garbage collector for allegedly harassing an 8-year-old girl inside Sion hospital in Mumbai. The incident took place on 7 November. The accused is currently under police custody, says Mumbai Police.
9:58 hours: Just In: A house collapsed in Antop Hill area. Nine persons rescued and shifted to a hospital; 4 fire brigade vehicles at the spot, says Mumbai Fire Brigade.
9:29 hours: Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu arrives at Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur.
9:18 hours: Just In: India reports 10,126 new cases (lowest in 266 days) and 332 deaths in the last 24 hours. Active caseload stands at 1,40,638, lowest in 263 days, says Union Health Ministry.
8:45 hours: Overall air quality in Haryana's Gurugram in 'very poor' category, says SAFAR.
8:35 hours: SIT formed by Narcotics Control Bureau has summoned two persons for questioning in connection with a drug case involving Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik's son-in-law Sameer Khan.
8:14 hours: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday issued an order to increase dearness allowance of unskilled, semi-skilled and other workers of Delhi. The rate of minimum wages for supervisor and clerical employees has also been increased, says Delhi government.
7:54 hours: Kerala private bus operators have called off their strike demanding fare hike, says state Transport Minister Antony Raju.
7:28 hours: Actress Poonam Pandey's husband Sam Bombay was arrested yesterday in Mumbai after the actress complained that he assaulted her. Poonam Pandey was admitted to a hospital, says Mumbai Police.
7:21 hours: Delhi's air quality improves to 'very poor' from 'severe' category with AQI standing at 372, says SAFAR.
7:14 hours: NCB officer Sameer Wankhede's father Dhyandev K Wankhede has filed complaint with Asstistant Commissioner of Police, Oshiwara against Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik under SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act for allegedly making false accusations regarding his family's caste.
7:07 hours: It is our firm belief that the urgent and comprehensive UN reform, including of the Security Council, is imperative to make it reflective of current geopolitical realities and enhance its capability to meet increasingly complex challenges of our time, says India at UN.
Posted By: Aalok Sensharma