SC: Is Govt. is Ineligible to file their pleas in time
Lashing at the behaviour of Govt. SC asked that doesn’t govt. know about the limitation period.
Bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari also said that Apex Court is not a place for Govt. to come whenever they want.
Court also observed that the official will have to pay for the time wasted of judiciary.
Major Relief to Farmers
Bombay High Court asked banks to pay off loans and refund interest to Farmers.
Farmers who are eligible for loans under Mahatma Phule Karjmukti Yojna filed the petition.
Twenty foreigners acquitted from Mumbai Court
Accused were arrested under Bombay Police Act , Foreigners Act, Epidemic Disease Act and the Disaster Management Act
Court observed that there is no solid evidence or witnesses against the accused and acquitted them.
Mike Pompeo to visit Sri Lanka and Maldives to check Chinese influence
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit Sri Lanka and Maldives.
Pompeo will hold two day talks in Colombo on October 28.
He will visit Male in the same day.
Lawsuit challenges Trump administration’s new H-1B visa rules
The Trump admin announces new restrictions on H1B non- immigrant visa programme.
It aims at protecting American workers.
The move is likely to affect thousands of Indian IT professionals.
Arrest warrants issued for founders of Panama papers firm: Report
Germany has issued international arrest warrants for the two founders of the firm at the centre of the tax haven scandal exposed by the Panama papers data leak.
Panama government meanwhile continues to petition the international community to remove it from several tax haven blacklist.
Pakistan lifts ban on TikTok after the App promises to moderate content
On Monday, Pakistan decided to lift ban on TikTok.
The company agreed to moderate the content.
The company will block all accounts involved in spreading obscenity and immorality.
Indonesia takes to the streets to protest new labour law
Thousands of conservative Muslims marched in Indonesia’s capital on Tuesday.
They are demanding the government to revoke a new law that they say will cripple the labour rights.
Shatrughan Sinha says he is not taking retirement soon
Shatrughan Sinha recently informed that he has not yet planned to retire even though his son Luv Sinha is joining politics, while adding that it’s an encouraging trend that youths are joining politics.
Luv Sinha got Congress ticket from Patna’s Bankipur assembly constituency. BJP’s three-time MLA Nitin Nabin has been allotted to hold the elections against the junior Sinha for the seat which will go to polls in the second phase of elections on November 3.
Shatrughan Sinha, popularly known as ‘Bihari Babu’, pointed that his son is entering in politics for two reasons. Firstly, that he was picked by Congress to represent the party and secondly because the constituency’s youth wanted a fresh face who sincerely undertakes the enhancement and modification work.
Bangladesh invited PM Modi to be a part of the 50th anniversary of their independence
Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen informed that his country has invited PM Narendra Modi to be a part of 50 years of the country’s independence on March 26, 2021.
This announcement came after India’s newly-appointed High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram Doraiswai had called Momen in Dhaka. Bangladesh might be the first few foreign contoured which PM Modi will visit post pandemic.
Momen also said that India and Bangladesh have set a big example for the world by showing that bilateral issues can be resolved through talks and discussions. He said this in reference to the early land and maritime boundary matter between the two nations as an example in this context.
CM Sonowal will be a part of reopening ceremony Assam’s Kaziranga National Park on Oct 21
The Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve in Assam will reopen for tourists on October 21, 2020. The park was closed from March due to the pandemic outbreak and floods. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal will be a part of the park opening ceremony on Tuesday at 11 am.
“Due to inclement weather and road conditions, only jeep safari would be open for tourists at Kaziranga Range, Kohra and Western Range, Bagori”. Until the next update, the jeep safari in the Kaziranga Range will be open up to ‘Donga watch tower’ and ‘Bimoli Tiniali’, said the statement. The opening date for Eastern Range, Ghorakati and the elephant ride in the national park will be notified in the upcoming days,” notified by Eastern Assam Wildlife Division.
J&K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha launches ‘My town my pride’ to give some authority to Urban Local Bodies
Jammu and Kashmir government launched “My Town My Pride” in Poonch on Monday, with the Secretary to the government speaking to all the councillors and hearing their requests and matters.
The two-day long programme is being organised in Urban Local Bodies on from October 19 to 20, during which camps for public service delivery are being set up.
Under ‘My Town My Pride’ program, every Municipal Council will be provided Rs 1 crore to complete the ongoing tasks. The Municipal Committees will also be given Rs 50 lakh each.
Some of the amount will be used for putting street lights in the city and some for making parking spaces.
Rajnath Singh gave his assent for new DRDO PM-2020 to enable indigenous Defence Industry
On Tuesday, Rajnath Singh validated the new DRDO Procurement Manual-2020 to start the indigenous Defence Industry and to further its aim of achieving ‘self-reliance’.
Sharing the news on Twitter, Rajnath Singh also notified that the DRDO Procurement Manual-2020 will help simplify and ease the processes in the Defence Industry and improve its participation in design, development and improvement activities. He further added that PM Modi’s vision for an ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ would also get a push through the amendments that were introduced in PM-2020.
Former Haryana MLA Parminder Dhull quits BJP over farm laws
In a set back to the ruling party BJP in the run-up to November 3 Baroda assembly bypoll, Parminder Dhull—a two time MLA from Julana assembly seat quit the saffron party against farm bills.
Dhull, who was elected to the assembly in 2009 and 2014 on the INLD ticket had unsuccessfully contested 2019 assembly election on BJP ticket. He said, that he would campaign against the anti-farmers’ policies of the BJP in the upcoming Baroda bypoll.
Covid-19: Mumbai Court Acquits 20 Foreign Attendees Of Tablighi Event
A court in Mumbai has acquitted about 20 attendees of a Tablighi Jamaat event United Nations agency were set-aside by town police for allegedly violating preventive orders throughout the coronavirus-enforced imprisonment.
Metropolitan judge (Andheri) RR Khan clean-handed the twenty persons on weekday because the prosecution didn’t prove the fees against them.
Massive fire breaks out at chemical factory Meerut’s Kharbanda area
A massive fire broke out at a chemical factory situated in Meerut’s Kharbanda area. As per the ANI report, six fire vehicles have also been deployed to extinguish the fire.
The reason behind the fire is unknown till now.
South Kashmir witnesses second encounter in 2 days, 4 terrorists eliminated
Four terrorists have been killed in two encounters in south Kashmir in the last two days. The police have launched a search and cordon operation.
Two terrorists were killed in an encounter in Pulwama on Tuesday.
The encounter between security forces and terrorists had started in the morning.
PM Modi’s address to the nation
Prime minster said that the lockdown has ended but this virus still exists as he urged the citizens to continue taking all measures in this battle against Covid-19.
Addressing our nation for the 7th time about the Covid pandemic, the Prime Minister said that the government is taking a lot of efforts to ensure that this vaccine reaches everyone.
NATO to set up new space place
To a couple of local people, the top-mystery, fenced-off establishment on the slope is known as “the radar station”.
A few people guarantee to have seen secretive Russians in the zone. Throughout the long term, bits of gossip have whirled that it may be a base for US atomic warheads. It’s anything but difficult to perceive how the gossipy titbits start. The site is outwardly striking.
Confronting income requirements, Centre glances at PSUs for higher profits
As the incomes gained by the Central government have evaporated, it needs money rich public area endeavours (PSUs) to pronounce higher profits this year to compensate its investors during the progressing Covid-19 pandemic.
Official sources said PSUs with stock costs higher than the book esteem and having adequate money subsidizes will be approached to dish out higher profits in Financial Year (FY) – 2021.
Businesses grin with rising fare orders, however power misfortunes snap the delight
Jayalakshmi Poly Packs, on the edges of Bengaluru, is among the numerous little scope units that began getting orders from the US and Europe after a few nations started to gradually move away from China.
The unit in Bidadi Industrial Area makes void-fill bundling and programmed pouching for the vehicle and furniture enterprises; however the plant is uncertain whether it can ingest all the requests that come its way from abroad customers.
Indian organizations to burn through 2.6% of their incomes on building voice capacities: Cognizant study
Indian organizations intend to burn through 2.6% of their incomes on building voice capacities in the following five years, a Cognizant study uncovered on Tuesday.
This venture procedure is filled by elevated standards for returns, as they are intending to drive 6% of their income through voice during a similar period. “In any case of computerized or blocks and concrete, organizations should turn to voice to be heard by their consumers in the present and future.
Much the same as organizations required a web procedure during the ’90s, a hunt technique in 2000 and a portable system in 2010, they currently need a Voice methodology
Decision on Amazon discretion request over Future-RIL bargain expected soon
A small time discretion board heard the supplication of Amazon and Future Group a week ago and a decision is normal in a couple of days, as per sources.
A knowing about the discretion occurred at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre on October 16 after Amazon had slapped a legitimate notification on Future Group, claiming that the retailer’s Rs 24,713 crore resource deal to Reliance Industries (RIL) abused a concurrence with the online business goliath.
KXIP won the match against DC by 5 wickets.
DC stands tall at the top followed by MI
CSK stands last in the point table
DEFENCE, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE NEWS.
Four terrorist killed in last two days.
In South Kashmir, search and cordon operation is launched as in two days four terrorist were killed in two different encounters.
Discovering the group and the identity of the terrorist.
Asteroid Bennu will touched down today by NASA spacecraft.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has collect the sample of the asteroid Bennu and will return the Earth in 2023.
Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones with 40-hour battery life launched.
40-hour battery life and wireless headphones Nokia launched.
3.5mm headphones jack to connect apart from Bluetooth.
Rs. 5,100 are the cost of Nokia essential wireless Headphones.
It can be paired by android and iOS phones.
122 COVID-19 vaccine trials in India, 64 trails are of AYUSH.
In the first four months of the pandemic, 122 Clinical trials undertook.
64 clinical trials were from AYUSH, Indian Journal of Medical Research (IJMR) said.
PM Modi address to the nation, lockdown seems over but pandemic is still going on.
Due to the festive season PM Modi speech to address the nation about the pandemic is not over, country is in the stable position and not to deteriorate the situation.
Also, PM Modi added, different Vaccine trails is going on in the country, whenever the vaccine will come, government is planning how to distribute it in every home of the country.