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  1. 235 Indians, including two infants, were brought home safely from Israel today under the banner of 'Operation Ajay', a day after 212 others were flown out amid the country's ongoing war with the Palestinian group Hamas.
  2. Terrorism anywhere in the world and any form is against humanity and conflicts do not benefit anyone, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Friday, amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, and asserted that "this is time for peace and brotherhood" as a divided world cannot provide solutions to big global challenges.
  3. US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin told Israeli leaders that “we have your back” as he reaffirmed US support in the first week of their war against the militant Hamas group. He voiced little public criticism of their stunning demand that some 1 million civilians evacuate northern Gaza.
  4. Palestinians began a mass exodus from northern Gaza Friday after Israel's military told some one million people to evacuate towards the southern part of the besieged territory, an unprecedented order ahead of an expected ground invasion against the ruling Hamas militant group, even as the UN warned that so many people fleeing en masse — almost half the Gaza population — would be calamitous.
  5. The Supreme Court Friday sought a report from the AIIMS medical board on whether the 26-week foetus of a married woman, who wants her pregnancy terminated medically on grounds of her ill health, is suffering from any abnormality.
  6. Assembly polls in Chhattisgarh's Bastar district are going to be special as residents of 40 Maoist-affected villages here will get a chance to vote for the first time in 40 years.
  7. Congress Parliamentary Party Chairperson Sonia Gandhi along with the party's general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has arrived in Chennai to attend the DMK Women's Rights Conference on Saturday.
  8. The Supreme Court Friday dismissed a PIL challenging Darwin’s theory of evolution and Einstein’s theory of special relativity that expresses the equivalence of mass and energy. A bench comprising Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia said there cannot be a writ petition under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution to challenge scientific beliefs.
  9. Days after the Bhagwant Mann government called a two-day sitting of the Punjab Assembly, the Governor's Secretariat has said this session -- being projected as an extension of the Budget session -- is "bound to be illegal".
  10. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s announcement of ‘free education’ policy (proposal) and ‘scholarship’ for school children in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh seems to have created uneasiness in the ruling BJP.
  11. The BJP on Friday appointed Union minister Kiren Rijiju as the party's election in-charge for Mizoram where assembly polls will be held on November 7.
  12. Train drivers’ maximum working hours should not exceed 12 hours, subject to severe operational exigencies, the Railway Board said, while issuing consolidated guidelines to all the zones Thursday regarding the duty hours of the running staff, including drivers and guards.
  13. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday announced a ₹ 5,300 Durga Puja bonus for civic volunteers of the West Bengal Police and Kolkata Police, and ASHA workers employed under the health department.
  14. CBI sleuths have arrested a doctor working under the Port Health Organisation, Paradip on the charge of accepting a bribe of `54,000, an officer of the probing agency said, Friday
  15.  Baliyatra, the eight-day-long openair fair, touted to be the biggest in Asia, is all set to kick off November 27, the district administration said, Friday.
  16. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launches ‘Ama Odisha Nabin Odisha’ initiative in Puri and Nayagarh districts through videoconferencing in Bhubaneswar, Friday.
  17. 1970- batch Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer Pradyot Kumar Misra breathed his last Wednesday. He was 76.
  18.  Schools in the state of Odisha  will remain closed from October 20 to 29 on account of Durga Puja, the Directorate of the Secondary Education and the Directorate of Elementary Education said Friday
  19. A Delhi court Friday sent AAP leader Sanjay Singh, arrested in a money laundering case related to the alleged Delhi excise policy scam, to judicial custody till October 27.
  20. India aim to maintain unbeaten record in ODI WC when they face today arch rival Pak in a group game at Ahmedabad .

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