Tuesday, December 6, 2022
HomeNewsMorning Digest | Kerala HC offers interim relief to VCs; 6.3 magnitude...

Morning Digest | Kerala HC offers interim relief to VCs; 6.3 magnitude earthquake hits Nepal, tremors felt in Delhi, and more

- Advertisement -

6.3 magnitude earthquake hits Nepal; tremors felt in Delhi

Sturdy tremors had been felt throughout north India within the small hours of Wednesday after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the Himalayan area close to Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand alongside the Nepal border.

Kerala High Court offers interim relief to Vice-Chancellors

The Kerala Excessive Court docket on Tuesday restrained Governor Arif Mohammed Khan, in his capability as Chancellor of universities, from passing ultimate orders on the present trigger notices he issued to Vice-Chancellors of eight varsities, till the court docket takes a name on the writ petitions filed by the latter searching for to quash the notices.

PM Modi unveils logo, theme website of India’s G20 presidency

India’s upcoming presidency of the G20 grouping is a matter of pleasure and an ideal alternative for the nation in its seventy fifth 12 months of Independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned on November 8.

Great Nicobar project gets in-principle clearance for diversion of 130 sq km of forest

The Union Ministry of Setting, Forest and Local weather Change (MoEFCC) has granted an in-principle (Stage 1) clearance for the diversion of 130.75 sq km of forest in Nice Nicobar Island for the mega ₹72,000-crore mission that features a transshipment port, an airport, an influence plant and a greenfield township. The mission implementation company is the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Built-in Improvement Company (ANIIDCO).

Centre alludes to ‘foreign origins’ in its affidavit on Dalit Christians, Dalit Muslims

The affidavit filed by the Union authorities earlier than the Supreme Court docket Bench listening to the case for the inclusion of Dalit Christians and Dalit Muslims on the checklist of Scheduled Castes contradicts itself at a number of junctures, resulting in a scarcity of readability on its arguments defending the present standards for figuring out which communities may be labeled as Scheduled Castes.

CSIR-NGRI working on early warning systems in Himalayan States

The Nationwide Geophysical Analysis Institute (NGRI) of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Analysis has begun area research to place in place an early-warning system within the Himalayan States in opposition to main and sudden floods, rockslides, landslips, glacier lake bursts and avalanches and to forestall Chamoli type of disasters in future.

Panel set-up before Himachal polls for examining UCC

Days after the Gujarat authorities introduced establishing a committee on the implementation of the uniform civil code (UCC) and the BJP promising UCC in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, the Union Regulation Ministry lastly made appointments to the twenty second Regulation Fee that’s more likely to look at the problem intimately.

India needs liberal economic policy with an intention to provide benefits to poor people: Gadkari

India wants a liberal financial coverage with the intention to offer its advantages to poor folks of the nation, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari mentioned on November 8.

2,420 Sikh pilgrims travel to Pakistan, says Home Affairs Ministry

The Ministry of House Affairs (MHA) on Tuesday mentioned that 2,420 Sikh pilgrims traveled to Pakistan on November 6 by way of the Attari border in Punjab to take part within the delivery anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak, founding father of the Sikh religion. The pilgrims had been issued a 10-day pilgrim visa by Pakistan and are anticipated to return on November 15.

Health Ministry grants 265 PG medical seats in J&K

The Central Authorities has granted 265 Diplomate of Nationwide Board postgraduate medical seats in numerous authorities hospitals in Jammu and Kashmir, with the lively contribution of the Nationwide Board of Examination in Medical Sciences (NBEMS).

Chiefs of Indian, French Air Forces join ongoing Garuda-VII air exercise

Air Power Chiefs of India and France on Tuesday joined the continuing Air Train Garuda VII at Jodhpur. Whereas Indian Air Power (IAF) Chief Air Chief Marshal (ACM) V. R. Chaudhari flew a sortie in an IAF Rafale fighter, French Air and House Power (FASF) Chief Basic Stéphane Mille flew in an IAF Su-30MKI fighter. 

United States, Belgium to question India on CAA, minority rights, hate speech at the Human Rights Council

Remedy of journalists and human rights defenders, Citizenship Modification Act (CAA), International Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), and custodial torture are anticipated to dominate the Common Periodic Evaluate (UPR) of India on the Human Rights Council in Geneva that may happen on Thursday.

U.S. goes to midterm polls with Biden agenda at stake and Trump in the wings

People headed to the polls on Tuesday in midterm elections through which Republicans are chasing a congressional majority that may hobble Democratic President Joe Biden’s agenda and function a springboard for an additional White Home run by Donald Trump.

New Zealand, Pakistan battle for the right to have tilt at title

New Zealand, cricket’s quiet achievers, and Pakistan, the sport’s most unpredictable aspect, conflict within the first Twenty20 World Cup semifinal on Wednesday after making their manner into the knockouts by starkly contrasting routes.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Most Popular