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  1. India routed South Africa by 243 runs in their ODI World Cup encounter at the Eden Gardens here Sunday to notch up their eighth successive victory in the ongoing tournament. Birthday boy Virat Kohli (101 n o, 121b, 10x4) hit a record-equalling 49th ODI ton as India posted 326 for the loss of five wickets and then Ravindra Jadeja (5/33) ran through the South African batting order to dismiss the opposition for only 83.

  2. Odisha is lagging behind other states in the dairy sector growth, a NABARD report says, calling for an immediate intervention by the state government to address the growing demand for milk.

  3. The Centre Sunday ordered a ban on construction work related to linear public projects in Delhi-NCR and the entry of polluting trucks and commercial vehicles (CVs) into the capital as an air quality crisis gripped the region.

  4.  Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik congratulated Indian Men’s Cricket Team on registering 8th victory on trot in the ongoing CWC 23 by defeating South Africa. He also hoped that the team will continue its spectacular performance and bring glory to the country.

  5. Payments to the tune of `35 crore to banks, sugarcane farmers and employees by Nayagarh sugar mill at Panipoila area in this district are yet to be realised as its auction is caught in legal wrangles and administrative bottleneck.

  6. Forest department officials captured a wild leopard, which ‘killed’ two persons and injured another within a week in Nuapada district, an official said Sunday.

  7. The Delhi High Court has directed the city government and civic authorities to ensure compliance with the decision of the Supreme Court on strict implementation of law for eradication of manual scavenging.

  8. Bhutan king Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck arrived in New Delhi Sunday to a red carpet welcome with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar receiving him at the airport, reflecting the importance India has attached to the trip.

  9. The Manipur government has extended mobile internet ban in the state till November 8, officials said Sunday.

  10. More than 84 per cent of cattle in South Korea have been vaccinated against lumpy skin disease (LSD), with the country struggling with the rapidly spreading disease nationwide, officials said Sunday.

  11. Afghan farmers have lost income of more than $ 1 billion from opium sales after the Taliban outlawed poppy cultivation, according to a report from the UN drugs agency published Sunday.

  12. India’s power consumption grew 9.4 per cent to around 984.39 billion units in the April-October period this fiscal compared to a year ago mainly due to improvement in economic activities and weather conditions.

  13. Adani Group's flagship Mundra Port has set another record by handling 16.1 million tonnes of cargo in October, the highest-ever volume by any port in India, the conglomerate said in a release.

  14. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday announced a "Chatra Parivahan Suraksha" scheme to provide free transportation services to school students residing in villages of the state.

  15. Campaigning for the first phase of Assembly polls in 20 seats in Chhattisgarh ended on Saturday evening, with voting scheduled to take place on November 7.

  16. More than 600 polling booths in sensitive areas of Naxal-hit Bastar division, which will vote on November 7 in the first phase of Chhattisgarh assembly elections, will be under three-layered security cover, the police said on Sunday.

  17. Veteran politician and former MP Colonel Sonaram Choudhary (retd) on Sunday returned to the Congress fold, almost nine years after joining the BJP.

  18. The BJP has expelled is Rajasthan unit leader over his controversial remark on Gurdwara which has upset many in the state. Senior BJP leader and former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, among others, had called for his expulsion.

  19. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has approved a proposal to grant maternity, child care and child adoption leave to women soldiers, sailors and air warriors on par with their officer counterparts.

  20. India on Sunday sent medicines and other relief materials to Nepal for its earthquake-affected people.

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