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  1. The Government of India’s policy think-tank, Niti Aayog, has recommended the setting up of a single self-regulatory body for online fantasy sports (OFS) in India.
  2. A subsidiary of the Stuggart-headquartered company, Daimler India has claimed that it plans to have at least 350 dealerships across India. 
  3. Four of the five cyclones that originated either in the Bay of Bengal or in the Arabian Sea this year were in the category of severe cyclonic storm' or above including Amphan which had escalated into a super cyclone.
  4. India has potential to export motherboards, technically called printed circuit board assembly(PCBA), worth up to ₹8 lakh crore between 2021-26, mobile devices industry body ICEA and EY said in a joint report.
  5.  Veteran Hindi and Marathi actor Ravi Patwardhan passed away on Sunday in Mumbai owing to a cardiac arrest. He was 84.
  6. The COVID-19 active caseload in India has dipped to 4.03 lakh, the lowest after 138 days, comprising 4.18 per cent of the total coronavirus infections reported so far in the country, the Union Health Ministry said on Sunday.
  7. Shiromani Akali Dal MP Prem Singh Chandumajra on Sunday said Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray agrees with his party on the issue of the Centre's alleged interference into the "rights of state governments" in fields like education, agriculture and law and order.
  8. Pfizer is committed to engaging with the Indian government and explore opportunities to make its Covid-19 vaccine, developed jointly with Germany based BioNTech, available for use in the country
  9. Over 4.7 lakh health workers have registered for Covid-19 vaccination in Karnataka. 
  10. The State branch of Indian Medical Association (IMA) as called for protests across Odisha on December 8 and a nationwide strike on December 11 against the Union government’s decision to allow post-graduate practitioners in some specific streams of Ayurveda to be trained to perform general surgeries. 
  11.  Noted Sanskrit pandit and writer Dorbala Viswanatha Sarma passed away on the wee hours of Saturday due to ill health. He was 90. A native of Medak district, he was well versed in Sanskrit and Telugu and penned several books including Sri Lalithyam - a poetic commentary on Lalitha Sahasranamam.
  12. A staggering 25,000 seats, about 84 per cent of the total intake of private engineering colleges of Odisha, have remained vacant this year after completion of admission by Odisha Joint Entrance Committee (OJEE) in November. 
  13. Strict traffic rules under the new MV Act will be enforced again in Odisha from January, 2021, informed Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera today.
  14. Odisha’s Covid-19 situation improved considerably in November as the number of new cases declined by nearly 60 per cent (pc) and fatalities dropped by around 12 pc as compared to October.
  15. Petrol price on Sunday was hiked by 28 paise per litre and diesel by 29 paise, the fifth straight day of increase in rates due to firming international oil prices.Petrol price in Delhi rose to Rs 83.41 per litre from Rs 83.13.
  16. Describing the AP-Amul project as a game changer in the rural economy, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said the objective is women empowerment and improvement in the lives of the dairy farmers. 
  17.  Farmers and trade unions from more than 12 states, including whole northern India, have so far extended their support for the ‘Bharat Bandh’ call of farmer organisations on December 8 to raise their voice against the Centre’s three contentious farm laws enacted in September during the Monsoon Session of Parliament.
  18. Even as reports of COVID-19 vaccination likely to start in the coming weeks surfaced, the Drone Application and Research Centre (DARC) under the Information Technology Development Agency (ITDA) is setting up its devices to supply the vaccine in the remote areas of the hill state. 
  19. Farmers camping at Singhu border protesting the Centre's new agri laws on Sunday sought maximum participation from all quarters in the 'Bharat Bandh' called on December 8 and said over 250 farmers from Gujarat will be coming to the national capital to join the stir.Farmer leaders at the border also welcomed the support extended by a number of political parties and called upon all others to come forward and support the 'Bharat Bandh' on Tuesday.
  20. Farmers protesting on both sides of Delhi-Haryana border have asserted that they are self-sufficient in carrying on their agitation against the new farm laws, with some saying their NRI relatives have also extended support to sustain the momentum of the demonstration.                                                             (Collected from Mass Media)

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