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  1. Around seven Pakistan Army soldiers were killed and a dozen were injured after Indian Army retaliated to Pakistan’s unprovoked ceasefire violation along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Indian Army destroyed various enemy positions, terror launch pads and fuel dumps.
  2. Senior Madhya Pradesh BJP leader Kailash Sarang died today at a hospital in Mumbai, Maharashtra, family sources said. He was 85.
  3. From the development of indigenous vaccines to novel point-of-care diagnostics, India has initiated an integrated response to overcome the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Union minister Harsh Vardhan said on Saturday.
  4. Library for children on tram to be launched in KolkataKolkata has the only existing tramways in India. The Kolkata Tramways have been operating since 1873 when the first tram pulled by horses started operations.
  5. India records 44,684 fresh Covid-19 cases, tally crosses 8.77 million
  6. The current Parliament building is inadequate to allow for any expansion in the size of the houses — an exercise that is expected to begin around 2025-26 so as to make the houses more representative.
  7. All religious places in the state to re-open for devotees from Monday, 16th November. Wearing the mask will be compulsory, all COVID norms will have to be followed: Government of Maharashtra
  8. The Union government has extended the tenure of ED Director Sanjay Kumar Mishra by a year after modifying his appointment order that was issued in 2018, officials said. Mishra, 60, is a 1984-batch Indian Revenue Service officer of the Income Tax cadre and was appointed the Enforcement Directorate chief on November 19, 2018.
  9. The World Health Organisation on Friday announced that it will set up a Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India, prompting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to say that just like India has emerged as the “pharmacy of the world”, the WHO institution will become a centre for “global wellness”
  10. The air quality in Delhi on Sunday morning plunged to the 'severe' category despite a ban on the use and sale of firecracker across the National Capital Region (NCR). A thick blanket of smog was seen in several places, reducing the visibility in the city.
  11. India on Saturday expressed its concerns over "actions and incidences that have eroded trust" in the South China Sea, and said that the Code of Conduct negotiations about the disputed regions should not be prejudicial to legitimate interests of third parties. 
  12. Bihar Council Polls: BJP, Nitish Kumar's Party, Left Get 2 Seats Each, Congress gets 1
  13. At least 14 scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Banaras Hindu University have figured among the top two per cent scientists in a global list compiled by the prestigious Standford University.The list also includes 22 faculty members or researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati.
  14. Google Photos has a new tool that lets you see how long your existing storage quota will last. This comes after Google announced it will end unlimited free storage from June 1, 2021.
  15. A police officer who had gone missing 15 years ago was accidentally found by two of his colleagues on the footpath Gwalior.

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