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  1. Delhi continued to struggle to breathe on Tuesday morning as its air quality index (AQI) entered the "severe" category, days after rain washed away the toxic haze.

  2. Lala Kedarnath Aggarwal, who once sold bhujia and rasgullas in buckets on the streets of old Delhi before establishing sweets and snacks brand Bikanervala, passed away on Monday.

  3. A three-member delegation of foreign diplomats based here will be visiting Indore on November 14-15 to experience and get first hand insight in the BJP's election campaign, the party said on Monday.

  4. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch a ₹ 24,000 crore scheme aimed at holistic development of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG) on the occasion of 'Janjatiya Gaurav Divas' on November 15 in Jharkhand, official sources said on

  5. The government on Monday banned nine Meitei extremist groups and their associate organisations, which mostly operate in Manipur, for their anti-national activities, and launching fatal attacks on security forces.

  6. People taken into custody for economic offences should not be handcuffed and clubbed with those arrested for heinous crimes such as rape and murder, a parliamentary committee has recommended.

  7. The Chinese and Pakistani navies are holding their largest ever week-long drills in the Arabian Sea during which the two all-weather allies will also conduct joint maritime patrols for the first time, a media report said Monday.

  8. Over 100 people including women and children were treated at different hospitals in Odisha after suffering burn injuries while celebrating Diwali, as a number of fire incidents caused by crackers and lamps were reported from various parts of the state, officials said.

  9. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Monday said he was deeply concerned about the situation in Uttarakhand where several workers, including some from the state, are trapped inside an under-construction tunnel that collapsed Sunday.

  10. Police Monday arrested Odia actress Mousumi Nayak for allegedly demanding money and misbehaving with writer Banasmita Pati.

  11. Prevalence of diabetes is rapidly increasing in India. According to ICMR-INDIAB national study, there are currently 101 million people with diabetes and 136 million people with prediabetes in India. These numbers are expected to further increase in the years to come.

  12.  As many as 19 mines of Odisha will be offered in the eighth round of commercial coal mines auction which will be launched on Wednesday, the government said Monday. A total of 39 mines will be put on sale.

  13. The state Congress Monday demanded a white paper from the state government, seeking details of ‘Srimandir Parikrama’ or the Puri Heritage Corridor project.

  14. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Monday sanctioned ` 45 crore for construction of 150 multipurpose ‘cultural-cum-community centres’ for the state’s minority communities. The CM said that the community centres will go a long way in preserving the culture and heritage of these communities.

  15. The UN Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee on Plastic Pollution is focusing to develop legally binding agreement, finalised in 2024, to address the full life cycle of plastics – including their production, design and disposal.

  16. Female voters have surpassed male electors in Telangana, where Assembly elections are scheduled to be held November 30. The electoral gender ratio, which was 998 last month and 992 January 5 this year, has now improved to 1000.

  17.  A 63-year-old man from Agra fought a battle for more than five years and attended 45 hearings to get a sum of Rs 440 from the Railways. He finally won the battle when the Agra District Consumer Forum court ruled in his favour, ordering the Railways to hand over the amount along with a 7 per cent annual interest.

  18. The CBI arrested a Delhi Police sub-inspector Monday for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 4.5 lakh from an employee of Pearls Group founder Nirmal Singh Bhangoo, an accused in a Rs 45,000-crore Ponzi scam, for not implicating his daughter and son-in-law, a spokesperson said.

  19. The Nepal government Monday decided to ban the Chinese-owned social network platform Tiktok, citing its negative effects on social harmony.

  20. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Monday sacked controversial Indian-origin Home Secretary Suella Braverman and appointed former premier David Cameron back into the frontline government as his new Foreign Secretary, in a dramatic reshuffle of his Cabinet ahead of general elections next year.

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