Morning Digest | India reiterates Pakistani involvement in terrorism, Labour Ministry seeks feedback on draft social security rules, and more


    Early morning Digest|India repeats Pakistani involvement in terrorism, Labour Ministry looks for feedback on draft social security guidelines, and more

    A select list of stories to read before you start your day.

    Pakistan claims on India ‘sponsoring attacks’ an effort to divert attention, says New Delhi

    India on November 15 explained the November 14 press conference by Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi as a “desperate effort” to divert attentio from internal problems.

    Labour Ministry looks for feedback on draft social security rules

    They propose to offer the unorganised sector, gig and platform workers access to social security advantages through a federal government portal.

    China-led mega trade bloc RCEP takes off

    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Collaboration (RCEP), a mega trade bloc comprising 15 countries led by China that came into presence on Sunday, said India would have to compose expressing “intent” to join the organisation to restart settlement for subscription.

    Full marks for Manmohan Singh in Obama’s brand-new memoir

    In the first of his two-part memoir, A Guaranteed Land, previous U.S. President Barack Obama talks speaks at length about his interest in India, Mahatma Gandhi’s life and his relationship with previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh whom he calls a man of “uncommon knowledge and decency.”

    Violent clashes in U.S. after Trump backers’ demonstration

    After a number of thousand advocates of President Donald Trump protested the election results and marched to the Supreme Court, nighttime clashes with counter-demonstrators resulted in fistfights, a minimum of one stabbing and more than 20 arrests.

    Soumitra Chatterjee|The tree’s gone, the shade remains

    Soumitra Chatterjee, even in his mid-eighties, was not just active however likewise extremely desired. Terms like ‘has-been’ or ‘yesteryear’ never ever applied to him

    Samajwadi Celebration eliminates tie-up with major parties

    Samajwadi Celebration president Akhilesh Yadav has actually virtually eliminated an alliance with either the BSP or the Congress for the 2022 Assembly election. At a press conference in Etawah on Saturday, he stated he was more crazy about having “modifications” with smaller sized parties, including the Pragatisheel Samajwadi Celebration Lohia (PSPL) run by his separated uncle Shivpal Yadav. ” Chote dalo se adjustment hoga. Lekin bade dalo se koi gathbandhan nahi hoga[We will have adjustments with smaller parties. There will be no alliance with major parties],” he stated.

    Supreme Court to hear different pleas against AP CM Jagan today

    The A.P CM is implicated of levelling “incorrect, unclear and political allegations” versus sitting apex court judge N.V. Ramana

    A reduced season starts at Sabarimala

    Marking the beginning of a trip season considerably scaled down by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala opened for the yearly Mandalam-Makaravilakku season on Sunday.Outgoing head priest A.K. Sudheer Namboothiri opened the sanctum sanctorum in the existence of chief priest (Tantri) Kandararu Rajeevaru at 5 p.m.

    Arunachal records finest sex ratio, Manipur the worst

    Arunachal Pradesh tape-recorded the best sex ratio in the country while Manipur tape-recorded the worst sex ratio, according to the 2018 report on “ crucial stats of India based upon the Civil Registration System“.

    Formula 3 racing track getting prepared in A.P

    The proposed 3.4-km Formula 3 (F3) racing track is getting prepared at Kotapalli of Tankallu mandal in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district with work going on a big part of it.The track will be among the country’s key tourist attractions, similar to the Buddh International Circuit, India’s only Solution One (F1) circuit located at Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh, and the 3.74- km track situated at Irungattukottai near Chennai.

    Forest rights claims of almost 1,200 tribals in Hunsur turned down

    Nearly 1,200 tribals in Hunsur taluk of Mysuru district look at an unpredictable future, as their evaluation petition for acknowledgment of their claims over forest land under the Set up People and Other Forest Occupants (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006, was turned down by the local authorities.

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