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  1.  The Odisha judiciary has a humongous task of over 5 lakh cases to deal with after the Supreme Court’s directions to the High Courts to form committees for disposal of cases pending for more than five years.

  2. Overcoming initial hiccups including a monitoring anomaly, the ISRO Saturday successfully launched a test vehicle with payloads related to the country's ambitious human space flight programme, Gaganyaan.

  3. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Saturday congratulated the team of scientists involved in the successful launch of first test flight of India's Gaganyaan mission. It is a proud moment for Indians, Patnaik said in a post on X.

  4. Odisha Startup Investor Connect Event Fundstack is back with its 3rd Edition, Fundstack 3.0. The 2-day event, to be held November 21, will be state’s largest congregation of renowned investors who will pitch in ideas for supporting startups to raise funds from angel networks and venture capitalist firms.

  5. The BJP Saturday named 83 more candidates for the Rajasthan Assembly polls, including former chief minister Vasundhara Raje from her traditional Jhalrapatan seat.

  6. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has observed the cleaning of Yamuna “is far from satisfactory.”

  7. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the appointment of former Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu as a nominated member in the existing jury of the prestigious Gandhi Peace Prize, according to Union minister G Kishan Reddy.

  8. As many as 188 policemen laid down their lives in the line of duty while maintaining law and order in the past one year, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said Saturday.

  9. A group of former judges Saturday praised the Supreme Court verdict refusing to grant legal recognition to same-sex marriage, saying it is a blend of interpretation of statutory provisions, culture and morality.

  10. US President Joe Biden joined others Friday in welcoming the stunning news from Israel that Hamas had freed an American woman and her teenage daughter it had held hostage in Gaza for two weeks. An Israeli army spokesman said the two Americans, Judith Raanan and her 17-yearold daughter Natalie, were out of the Gaza Strip and with the Israeli military.

  11. The United States and Britain Friday urged New Delhi not to insist Canada reduce its diplomatic presence in India and expressed concern after Ottawa pulled out 41 diplomats amid a dispute over the murder of a Sikh separatist.

  12. Pakistan’s former prime minister Nawaz Sharif returned home Saturday on a special flight after a four-year self-imposed exile in the UK to head his party and try to secure a record fourth term in the general elections expected to be held in January.

  13. The US has imposed sanctions on three China-based companies for supplying missile-applicable items and technology for Pakistan’s ballistic missile programme, the US State Department said.

  14. China stepped up its military presence and infrastructure build-up along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in 2022 amid the border tension with India, a Pentagon report has said

  15. The CBI has booked Bipin Batra for allegedly illegally occupying the post of Additional Director of the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS), which establishes standards for post-graduate examinations in modern medicines.

  16.  E-commerce companies registered around 19 per cent increase in gross sales to almost `47,000 crore in the first week of the festive season, which concluded earlier this week, a report said Friday

  17. Samsung maintained its top position in the India smartphone market in the third quarter (Q3) with a market share of 18 per cent and a shipment of 7.9 million units, according to a new report.

  18. Services on a priority section of India's first Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) corridor began on Saturday and the ridership is expected to cross the 10,000-mark on day one, a senior official of the NCRTC said.

  19. Struggling Indian shuttler PV Sindhu lost to her old nemesis Carolina Marin of Spain in three games in an ill-tempered semifinal of the Denmark Open Super 750 tournament, which saw both players receive yellow cards for verbal exchanges here, Saturday

  20. The Indian women’s hockey team failed to book an automatic berth for 2024 Paris Olympics after finishing third in the Hangzhou Asian Games but it will get another chance to make the cut as the country is hosting the qualifying tournament in Ranchi next year

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