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  1. Masked men looted `1.73 crore from an ATM cash van in Cuttack district Friday, police said. The incident took place at Godijharia News road in the district’s Athagarh area, they added.

  2. Exasperated with his inaction, the Supreme Court Friday pulled up Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit over withholding assent to bills passed by the state assembly and cautioned him by saying, ‘you are playing with the fire.’

  3. An unprecedented rush of devotees at Srimandir soon after the Mangala Aarati triggered a stampede-like situation early Friday, leaving over 20 people, mostly elderly, ill, with 10 of them losing consciousness.

  4. Startup Odisha, which had started ‘Millet Odisha Innovation Challenge’ to recognise startups operating within the millet industry, Friday announced the winners of the innovation on the sidelines of ‘International Convention on Millets’ being organised here.

  5. The Union Ministry of Water Resources has recently filed a status report in the Supreme Court apprising the apex court about the steps taken by it for resolution of Polavaram dispute among Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Chhattisgarh. The ministry has sought directions from the Supreme Court to resolve the dispute, official sources said.

  6. Health and Family Welfare secretary Shalini Pandit directed officials of the State Health Assurance Society (SHAS) Friday to monitor services and facilities available to patients at the private hospitals empanelled under the Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY).

  7. Berhampur Additional District and Sessions Court Judge Indu Sharma sentenced Lokanath Prdhan, 52, to life imprisonment after convicting him for murder of R Sunil Reddy, February 6, 2016. The judge also slapped a fine of `16,000 on the convict. Failure to pay the fine will lead to an additional 14 months in prison for the convict.

  8. The government of India, the Himachal Pradesh government and the World Bank have signed a deal for a $200 million project that will facilitate power sector reforms in Himachal and increase the share of renewable energy (RE) in the state’s electricity generation.

  9. A Delhi court Friday extended till November 24 the judicial custody of AAP leader Sanjay Singh, arrested in a money laundering case related to the alleged excise scam.

  10. The BJP Friday appointed Vijayendra Yediyurappa, the son of former Karnataka chief minister B S Yediyurappa, its state unit president, a decision that underscores the party leadership's acknowledgement of the veteran Lingayat leader's enduring influence on its fortunes despite its avowed stand against promoting family politics.

  11. The Supreme Court Friday made it clear that the decision on introducing the odd-even car rationing scheme in the national capital has to be taken by the city government and pulled it up for shifting the burden onto the court.

  12. Thousands of Palestinians streamed onto Gaza's only highway on Friday, fleeing the combat zone in the north after Israel announced a window for safe passage, as officials in the enclave said the Palestinian death toll surpassed 11,000 people.

  13. The United States has conducted a self-defense airstrike in eastern Syria against a facility used by the Iran Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and affiliated groups, the White House said Thursday

  14. Former Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday reached his residence from Tihar Jail to meet his ailing wife after permission from a city court.

  15. The possession of Rampur Public School run by a trust of Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan and another where party activities were carried out was handed over to the Secondary Education Department on Friday as per a state cabinet decision.

  16. The Pakistan government on Friday released 80 Indian fishermen who were arrested after crossing the international border while fishing.

  17. At least 100 out of 953 candidates contesting the second phase of the Chhattisgarh Assembly polls have criminal cases against their names, with 56 facing serious offences of voluntarily causing hurt, cheating and criminal intimidation..

  18. BY Vijayendra, the son of former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, has been appointed the party's state unit chief.

  19. Female students at Gauhati University and its affiliate colleges will be entitled to take menstrual leave from now on.

  20. Calmness of Rassie van der Dussen and the fire of Gerald Coetzee helped experienced South Africa overcome a spirited resistance from Afghanistan to carve out a fivewicket win in their last league game of the World Cup here Friday

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