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Protests begin in Pamba after a 26-year-old lady approaches police seeking protection to begin her trek to Sabarimala. The protest is currently contained to an enclosure designated for devotees. Police request protesters to remain calm.

Kailash Vijayvargiya and his son Akash Kailash Vijayvargiya have been given tickets to contest polls.

4:25 PM: The state government is blaming Punjab. But, Punjab has reduced stubble burning by over 70%. The problem of stubble burning is more in Haryana than in Punjab yet the Centre and state governments don’t say anything about it, says AM Singhvi

Weather, wind speed, stubble burning not in our control. We have tried our best to bring down stubble burning. We appeal people to do green good deeds: Union Minister Dr Harshvardhan

Fire breaks out at a high-rise on Park Street in Kolkata

11:40 AM: Tipu Jayanti will be celebrated on November 10. We discussed with the police about security arrangements required, considering the happenings over the past years on Tipu Jayanti day: Karnataka Dy CM G Parameshwara

11:33 AM: Delhi’s Patiala House Court has fixed 19 November as the date for main arguments on the appeal filed by AAP MLA Sahiram Pehalwan challenging his conviction in a case related to assaulting a youth in the year 2016.

Speaker of Mizoram Legislative Assembly Hiphei has resigned from his post

Leopard enters Gujarat Secretariat campus, prompting police to close all gates – no one, including ministers and bureaucrats, allowed in.

The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. ~ Mahatma Gandhi – Congress president Rahul Gandhi


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