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  1. The Supreme Court refused to stay the operation of the Rules that would give effect to the CAA, as sought by a battery of senior advocates representing the petitioners

  2. Bihar's Begusarai emerged as the world's most polluted metropolitan area while Delhi was identified as the capital city with the poorest air quality, according to a new report.

  3. India had the third worst air quality out of 134 countries in 2023 after Bangladesh (79.9 micrograms per cubic metre) and Pakistan (73.7 micrograms per cubic metre), according to the World Air Quality Report 2023 by Swiss organisation IQAir.

  4. The Congress’ manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls would focus on ‘Paanch Nyay, Pachees Guarantee’, and the party Tuesday resolved to take its promises to the people with a ‘ghar ghar guarantee’ mantra.

  5. Congress MLA from Khariar in Nuapada district Adhiraj Panigrahi resigned from the party Tuesday.

  6. Mediapersons covering “polling day activities” carrying authorisation letters of the Election Commission and those part of essential services such as metros, Railways and healthcare can vote using postal ballots in the Lok Sabha and four state Assembly polls.

  7. The repair work of the beam on the Nata Mandap of Shree Jagannath temple in Puri has been completed, ASI informed Tuesday.

  8. With the polls approaching, the DCP Traffic issued strong action against red signal violators, which will lead to seizure of vehicles as well suspension of driving license for next three months.

  9. A group of 40 students from the 2023-24 batch, enrolled in advanced courses at the World Skill Centre (WSC), departed for Singapore here Tuesday as part of the annual ‘student exchange programme’ organised by the institute.

  10. Two members of the Forest department’s anti-poaching squad were injured inside the Kuldiha range when poachers fired at them in this district in the early hours of Tuesday, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) Wildlife, Susanta Nanda said on ‘X’.

  11. Bastina Singh, a tribal woman in Kandhamal district has carved a niche for herself as a social reformer by challenging conventions and breaking barriers. Her fight against liquor consumption by men at the expense of family welfare has been hailed by all and sundry.

  12. Over 71,000 candidates have lost their security deposits since the first Lok Sabha polls in 1951 for failing to secure a minimum of one sixth of the total valid votes polled in their respective constituencies, according to an analysis of the Election Commission data. In the 2019 elections, a staggering 86 per cent of candidates suffered this fate.

  13. Former Indian ambassador to the United States Taranjit Singh Sandhu joined the BJP Tuesday, amid a possibility that he may be fielded in the Lok Sabha polls from Amritsar in Punjab.

  14. The Supreme Court Tuesday allowed the Sharad Pawar faction to use 'Nationalist Congress Party Sharadchandra Pawar' as its name for the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly polls in the country.

  15. Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Uddhav Thackeray Tuesday accused the BJP of trying to ‘steal’ a ‘Thackeray’ to win elections, a remark coming in the wake of a meeting between MNS chief Raj Thackeray and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

  16. JMM legislator Sita Soren, the sister-in-law of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren, joined the BJP Tuesday, saying she is becoming a part of "Modi's Parivaar" to save the state and ensure justice for its people.

  17. Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar Tuesday administered the oath of office to jailed Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh after his re-election to the Upper House from Delhi for a second term.

  18. Former Supreme Court judge Indira Banerjee on Tuesday underlined the "gender imbalance in the higher judiciary" and said her appointment to the top court in 2018 made her only the 8th woman there in 68 years after the Constitution coming into force.

  19. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Tuesday postponed the civil services preliminary examination to June 16 from May 26 due to the Lok Sabha elections.

  20. RCB skipper Smriti Mandhana feels it’s not right for people to undermine Virat Kohli’s achievements for the Bangalore franchise in the wake of her side’s Women’s Premier League (WPL) title triumph here recently.

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