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  1. The Reserve Bank Thursday tightened norms for consumer credit as it asked banks and NBFCs to assign a higher risk weight for unsecured personal loans, a move aimed at making the lenders more cautious on such advances.

  2. Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, two of the three heartland states making headlines ahead of next year's general election, vote today. Madhya Pradesh votes in a single phase. Chhattisgarh is voting in the second of two; the first was on November 7.

  3. Punjab reported more than 1,200 stubble burning incidents on Thursday, while air quality indices turned 'severe' and 'very poor' in neighbouring Haryana.

  4. In 2023, ‘123456’ topped the list of most common passwords among Indians and worldwide, a new report said Thursday. According to password management solution provider NordPass, people used the weakest passwords for their streaming accounts in 2023.

  5. US President Joe Biden said he had not changed his view that Chinese President Xi Jinping was effectively a dictator, a comment likely to land with a thud in Beijing after the two leaders held straightforward summit talks after months of preparation.

  6. The Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) has put all the district Collectors in the state on alert even as the IMD made it clear that the deep depression over Bay of Bengal, which is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm by Friday, will have no major impact on Odisha.

  7. The much-awaited ropeway facility at Nandankanan Zoological Park will be inaugurated by Forest, Environment and Climate Change Minister Pradip Kumar Amat, Friday.

  8. ICARCentral Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA) organised a one-day Farmer-Scientist Interface program on fresh water aquaculture in Boudh, Thursday. The program mainly focused on enhancing skills of men and women Scheduled Cast (SC) fish farmers in the villages of Boudh district under Scheduled Caste Sub Plan (SCSP) Project.

  9. India, along with six other countries, loses 1.3 million lives every year to cancers caused by smoking tobacco, according to a study. The study, funded by Cancer Research UK, showed that together the seven countries -- India, UK, US, Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa -- represented more than half of the global burden of cancer deaths every year.

  10. Mahanadi water will soon quench the thirst in Ganjam district as the state government has approved a mega drinking water project which will provide piped drinking water supply to the district’s residents by drawing water from the river.

  11. Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi has returned Bills sent to him by the government for his assent and the state is all set to get them passed again in a special sitting of the Assembly November 18.

  12. The Madras High Court Thursday reserved orders on an appeal filed by expelled AIADMK leader O Paneerselvam, challenging an interim order that restrained him from using the party’s name, flag, symbol and letterhead.

  13. The Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Education Board Thursday wrote to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath urging him to start the process of giving government recognition to more than 8,000 madrasas in the state.

  14. Israeli forces dropped leaflets warning Palestinians to flee parts of southern Gaza, residents said Thursday, signalling a possible expansion of their offensive to the zone where most of the territory's population has fled to escape Israel's bombardment and ground assault.

  15. Sebi chairperson Madhabi Puri Buch Thursday said the Sahara matter will continue for the capital markets regulator even after the death of the group’s founder Subrata Roy.

  16. India’s economic growth prospects should remain strong over the medium term, with GDP expanding 6-7.1 per cent annually in fiscal years 2024-2026, S&P Global Ratings said Thursday.

  17. Five-time champions Australia excelled on the big stage yet again as they pulled off a scrappy threewicket win to shatter South African dreams and reach their eighth ODI World Cup final here Thursday.

  18. The Bombay High Court has said probe into a case cannot be transferred from police to a special agency merely because the investigation is "not appealing" to a party concerned.

  19. The automobile industry witnessed a surge in sales during the festive period between Onam and Bhai Dooj, achieving a record turnover of Rs 1.3 trillion, as per reports.

  20. Five-time champions Australia excelled on the big stage yet again as they pulled off a scrappy threewicket win to shatter South African dreams and reach their eighth ODI World Cup final here Thursday.

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