News Flash (3rd December 2020): Top 10 Stories Of The Day

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Marrying a person of choice is a fundamental right: Karnataka HC

An adult individual’s right to marry a personality of his or her preference is a fundamental right that cannot be withheld based on caste or religion by anyone, as per the observation made by a division bench of the Karnataka High Court.

RBI orders HDFC Bank to discontinue issuing new credit cards 

Private sector banker HDFC Bank on Thursday stated the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has urged it to temporarily suspend all launches of its forthcoming digital business-generating activities and sourcing of new credit card customers after an outage at its data centre, which impacted operations last month.

UK, 1st country to give approval to Pfizer vaccine  

Britain on Wednesday became the first nation to allow Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine for general use and it will get introduced next week. Pfizer said Britain’s emergency use permission indicates a historic moment in the battle against COVID-19. “The vaccine will be made available across the UK from next week,”  UK Officials.

Oneplus and American Express join hands to provide offers to Indian buyers

Premium handset producer OnePlus on Wednesday declared it has signed a long-term strategic alliance with American Express to present buyers with a gathering of exciting offers on the possession of OnePlus merchandise in India, in a proposal to bring in a set of perks for users.

MDH owner Mahashay Dharampal Gulati passes away at 98

As per the report, he was undergoing treatment at Chanan Devi Hospital for the past few days and experienced a cardiac arrest on Thursday morning. Gulati was India’s highest-paid customer commodities CEO for the year 2017. That time, he earned approximately Rs 21 crore as salary, more than celebrity like Adi Godrej and Vivek Gambhir of Godrej Consumer, 

Millions of PayPal customer urged to act now to avoid 12 £ fee

PayPal to begin crediting customers from December 16 as part of a crackdown on asleep accounts. The online shopping giant announced inactive consumers would be imposed £12 a year, with the payment automatically taken from their accounts following this month.

Rajnikant to launch party in January 

Superstar Rajinikanth on Thursday declared that he would commence his political party in January 2021. Regarding the matter connecting to the party launch will be discussed on December 31. Ending years of suspense and in a huge morale booster to his followers and devotees. “Change. We will change everything. Miracle and wonder will happen,” Rajinikanth tweeted.

42 food delivery riders arrive with same order at same home due to app glitch

42 meal delivery drivers arrive with the identical order at the same home due to App glitch. Due to an inactive internet connection and some random erratic performance from the App itself, the girl unknowingly requested her chicken cutlets 42 times. The  cause of this was her repeated tapping when the App decided to malfunction. 

New metal monolith appears atop a mountain in California

One more puzzling metal monolith has emerged in the US, this time atop a mountain in California, a week after, that similar structure was found in the deserts of Utah. The piece was spotted on Wednesday outside the small residence of Atascadero, San Luis Obispo County, in central California.

US bans cotton imports from Chinese producers over ‘slave labour’

The government of USA President Donald Trump put economic pressure on China’s western province of Xinjiang, forbidding cotton imports from the dominant Chinese quasi-military institution that it states uses the forced labour of arrested Uighur Muslims. The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency stated on Wednesday its “Withhold Release Order” would ban cotton and cotton commodities from the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), one of China’s largest producers. 

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