News Flash (4th November 2020): Top 10 Stories Of The Day

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Panna Tiger Reserve, UNESCO
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Panna Tiger Reserve declared as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO

Panna Tiger Reserve (PTR) in Madhya Pradesh was included in the global network of biosphere reserves by UNESCO, said an official report. ‘’The area has undergone substantial ecosystem restoration in the buffer zone,’’ the UNESCO stated. 

Need to be more powerful than China in military preparedness: Bhagwat

Bhagwat
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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in his Vijay Dashami speech said, ‘’India needs to be alert and prepared against China.’’ He further added, ‘’We need to be more powerful than china in military preparedness, economic conditions, international relations and relation with neighboring nations.’’

Smacking Arnab Goswami is a misuse of power: Piyush Goyal

Arnab Goswami arrest,
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Union Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal said that assaulting the Editor-in-chief of Republic TV is an example of misuse of power. ‘’Strongly condemn this attack on freedom of press in Maharashtra. This fascist move is a sign of undeclared emergency’’, he tweeted. This tweet was a result of Arnab getting arrested for allegedly abetting the suicide of an interior designer

During this tragic time, India stands with Austria: PM on Vienna attacks

Vienna terror attack, UNESCO
Image Credits: The Indian Express

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his grief over the terror attacks in Vienna that killed three people. He tweeted,’’ Deeply shocked and saddened by the dastardly terror attacks in Vienna. India stands with Austria during this tragic time. My thoughts are with the victims and their families.’’  

Trump on presidential elections: Will move to Supreme Court over fraudulent results

presidential elections, Donald Trump
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US President Donald Trump alleged that fraud was underway with the vote count in the presidential election. Trump added, ‘’We’ll be going to the US Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop.’’ He further said, ‘’We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election.’’

Amid anti-cracker drive, Delhi Minister inspects cracker shops

anti-cracker drive
Image Credits: The Indian Express

Gopal Rai, Delhi Minister inspected shops in Nai Sarak for crackers. The minister said, ‘’Eleven teams of Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) are visiting cracker shops in Delhi as part of the anti-crackers drive. As per the Supreme Court’s order, only the sale of green crackers is allowed.’’

Trump Jr shares map showing India voting for Biden

Donald Trump Jr, UNESCO
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US President Donald Trump’s son Donal Trump Jr recently shared a picture of the world map on Twitter showing the whole of India colored in blue stating that the country supports Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. ‘’Finally got around to making my electoral map prediction,’’ Trump Jr said. However the map didn’t show J&K, Ladakh as part of Indian territory, and the entire northeastern region was also excluded.

For attendance send live location via WhatsApp: Delhi’ WCD dept

live location via WhatsApp
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Delhi government’s Department of Women and Child Development (WCD) has directed its district officers to mark their attendance; they have to share their live location daily through WhatsApp. The order mentioned that if the officers fail to do so, it will be deemed that the officer is not performing his or her duty and further action would be initiated against them.

There’ll be no vacations: K’taka Dy CM on reopening colleges

reopening colleges
Image Credits: The Logical Indian

After the Karnataka government decided to reopen colleges from November 17, Deputy CM Dr. Ashwath Narayan stated, ‘’There’ll be no vacations. Classes will go on. The number of Classes will be as per the calendar of events which is as per the syllabus.’’

Evidence of dairy farming found in Indus Valley Civilization

Indus Valley Civilization, Dairy farming
Image Credits: The Hindu

A team consisting of Indian and Canadian researchers has discovered the earliest evidence of dairy product processing. The discovery indicated that the production of dairy began way back in the third millennium BCE with the emergence of the Indus Valley Civilization. 

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