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  1. Hamas’ military wing, the Qassam Brigades, says that an Israeli airstrike in the central Gaza Strip has killed one of its top militant commanders. Ayman Nofal is the most high-profile Hamas militant to be killed so far in Israeli bombardment on the Gaza Strip. Nofal, known by his nom de guerre Abu Mohammed, was killed on Tuesday in Israeli strikes that targeted the Bureij camp in the central Gaza Strip, the militant group said in a statement.

  2. The 69th National Film Awards ceremony was a grand celebration of outstanding achievements in Indian cinema, held at the prestigious Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi today, October 17. The star-studded event honoured some of the most talented individuals in the film industry, including acclaimed actors Alia Bhatt and Kriti Sanon who jointly bagged Best Actress awards for their movies Mimi and Gangubai Kathiawadi.

  3. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta Tuesday welcomed the Supreme Court judgement refusing to accord legal recognition to same-sex marriage under the Special Marriage Act and leaving the issue for Parliament to decide.

  4. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Tuesday felicitated javelin star Kishore Kumar Jena with a cash award of `1.5 crore for his stellar performance in the recently-concluded Asian Games in China.

  5. The administration in this district held Monday a public hearing for Vedanta Limited’s proposed Sijimali bauxite mining project, amid protests by those opposed to it. While more than 150 armed police personnel were guarding the venue at a school at Sunger under Kashipur block, hundreds of men and women assembled to participate in the discussions

  6. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched the ‘Ama Odisha Nabin Odisha’ programme in Mayurbhanj, Bargarh and Deogarh districts through virtual mode from Bhubaneswar, Tuesday

  7. In a significant judgment, the Supreme Court Tuesday refused to grant legal recognition to the marriages and civil unions between same-sex couples and left it to the Parliament to decide on enacting laws with respect to the matter. It, however, held that same-sex couples have the right to cohabit.

  8. Buoyed by the success of the Chandrayaan mission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday set ambitious goals for ISRO, asking them to set up an Indian Space Station by 2035 and send the first Indian to the Moon by 2040.

  9. The Vedvyas Dham will soon see a complete image transformation as the government has sanctioned additional funds for the project. This famous religious tourism destination is a leading Shaivite shrine. The shrine is witnessing massive development work and the additional state government funds will only spur the process.

  10.  The Forest department Tuesday launched the tiger census at Similipal National Park amidst suspicion over the number of big cats in Odisha. The state government decided to go for the tiger census after the AllIndia Tiger Estimation (AITE) 2022 released in July this year said that the total number of tigers in Odisha has gone down to 20 during the year from 45 in 2006.

  11. The Supreme Court Tuesday reserved its verdict on the regular bail pleas of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia in corruption and money laundering cases arising out of the Delhi excise policy ‘scam’

  12. The Supreme Court Tuesday granted Maharashtra assembly Speaker Rahul Narwekar a final opportunity to give it a realistic timeframe for deciding the cross-petitions filed by the rival factions of the Shiv Sena seeking disqualification of each other’s MLAs following a split in the party.

  13. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued notices to the chief secretaries of all states and the Union Ministry of Jal Shakti (MoJS) in a matter regarding non-compliance with the tribunal's order regarding the pollution of various river stretches across the country.

  14. Hamas’ military wing, the Qassam Brigades, says that an Israeli airstrike in the central Gaza Strip has killed one of its top militant commanders. Ayman Nofal is the most high-profile Hamas militant to be killed so far in Israeli bombardment on the Gaza Strip.

  15. Ukraine Tuesday claimed to have carried out one of the most destructive attacks on Russian air assets since the beginning of the war, as a US official revealed that the longerrange ballistic missiles sought for months by Kyiv had been delivered quietly and are in battlefield use.

  16. The US, China, Korea and Chinese Taipei have raised concerns on India’s decision to impose import restrictions on laptops, and computers, in a meeting of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), an official said.

  17.  Even as India’s retirement system has improved to some extent from last year, the country ranked 45 out of the 47 retirement income systems analysed, a report said Tuesday

  18. The Central government on Tuesday has revived the Diwali bonus for its employees belonging to group C and Group D and certain categories of group B.

  19. Ahead of the Durga Puja festival, the Assam government on Tuesday has decided to provide ₹ 10,000 to each 6953 puja pandals across the state as grants-in-aid.

  20. The Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud on Tuesday recommended the names of seven judicial officers for appointment as judges of the Patna and Madhya Pradesh High Courts.

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