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ALL News Headlines 2019 November 7TH

It is Kartarpur where Guru Nanak Dev returned to from all his five travels to the world beyond Punjab.

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NATIONAL HEADLINES

CYCLONE BULBUL: Cyclone ‘Bulbul’ over the Bay of Bengal is moving faster towards Bangladesh and West Bengal coasts, skirting Odisha, it will cause heavy to very heavy rain in over 10 coastal and northern districts in the state for at least three days from on Friday. Odisha government on Thursday issued advisory asking the district authorities to prepare for the possible flood-like situation.

JEE: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Thursday  against the Centre over inclusion of only the Gujarati language in the JEE (Main) examination held for admission to engineering colleges. The charge was dismissed by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which conducts the examination. The NTA clarified that requests were sent to all states, only Gujarat and Maharashtra agreed to admit candidates in their engineering colleges through JEE (Main).

NEW INDIAN MAP: In response to Nepal`s objected to the Kalapani area being shown as part of the Indian territory, the Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said during a media briefing that, “Our map accurately depicts the sovereign territory of India. The new map has in no manner revised our boundary with Nepal”.

BSP GUEST HOUSE CASE: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday extended an olive branch to the Samajwadi Party by withdrawing a case filed against party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav in the infamous guesthouse episode of June 2, 1995.

SC ON 370 PETITION: Supreme Court on Thursday observed that “there cannot be any doubt that in a situation like this, there will be difficulties for many… There are situations when people living in areas under curfew suffer. These problems will be there. Some people will suffer,” said Justice R Subhash Reddy, one of the three-judge bench headed by Justice NV Ramana that is hearing petitions against restrictions in Kashmir valley, demolishing the Congress leader Kapil Sibal`s argument against the communication lockdown ordered in Jammu and Kashmir by the government after scrapping Article 370 in August this year.

POLICE LAWYERS VIOLENCE: Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the lawyers’ plea seeking a ban on media coverage in connection with the ongoing tussle between the lawyers and the Delhi Police in the national capital. “There will be no restriction on media reporting in Tis Hazari court case,” the Supreme Court said. The court even denied an early hearing on the petition and asked the lawyer to file an application in the High Court. On the other hand, Delhi High Court dismissed an application filed by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) seeking clarification and review of its November 3 order on a clash between police and lawyers in Tis Hazari Court.

Maharashtra: In order to end the conflict over government formation in Maharashtra, BJP leader Nitin Gadkari today canceled all his appointments and flew to Nagpur. He is expected to meet with Mohan Bhagwat, the chief of the RSS and discuss the political scenario with both the BJP and Shiv Sena they are unwilling to let go of the Chief Minister’s post as the prospects of President’s Rule loom ahead by this weekend. The tenure of the present assembly ends in two days.

 Ayodhya: Ahead of the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked his council of ministers to refrain from making unnecessary statements on the issue and maintain harmony in the country, sources said.

AAI: Arvind Singh, a 1988-batch IAS officer of Maharashtra cadre, on November 6, took charge as the chairman of the Airports Authority of India (AAI), an official release said. The AAI,  which comes under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, owns and manages more than 100 airports across the country.

Residential  Projects: India’s plan to set up a Rs 25,000-crore ($3.5 billion) fund to salvage stalled residential projects will only be sufficient to complete about 16% of constructions that are running behind schedule in Asia’s third-largest economy.

  • Sidhu gets clearance to visit Kartarpur
  • Center asks all states to be alert in view of  Ayodhya Judgment
  • HC restrains DHFL promoters from leaving the country
  • Govt shall not help banks rescue shadow lender DHFL
  • IRDAI bars Anil Ambani-led Reliance Health Insurance from selling policies

INTERNATIONAL HEADLINES

BREXIT: John Bercow, the former House of Commons speaker says leaving the European Union would be a historic mistake for the UK, but it’s not too late to reverse the decision.“We’re in a world of power blocs and of trade blocs,” Bercow told the Associated Press in an interview Thursday. “And it makes more sense for the UK to be part of that power bloc called the European Union and part of that trade bloc called the European Union.”

NATO: French President Emmanuel Macron says he believes NATO is undergoing “brain death,” lamenting a lack of coordination between Europe and the United States and aggressive actions in Syria by key member Turkey, in an interview published Thursday.

AJADI MARCH: The JUI-F chief  Fazlur Rahaman said, “If the prime minister had shown some competence and had put the economy on the path of improvement, people would have said: ‘Well, even if he is illegally installed, he has taken the country towards progress, the youth are gaining employment, investments are taking off.’ But the country continues to sink. If we continue to give them time, every single day will cost us.”

CHINA: China and the US have agreed to proportionally roll back tariffs on each other’s goods in phases, a Ministry of Commerce spokesman said. The amount of tariff relief that would come in the first phase, set to be signed in the coming weeks, would depend on the content of that agreement, spokesman Gao Feng said today without giving further details.


MARKET TODAY

  • SENSEX-40653.74 (183.96)
  • NIFTY-12012.05 (46.00)
  • GOLD (MCX 10 GM)-37565.00 (-682.00)
  • SILVER (MCX 1 KG)-44252.00 (-1406.00)
  • USD ($) / INR(Rupees Icon)-70.46 (0)

AirAsia India: AirAsia India has appointed Vikas Agarwal, a Titan executive, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He was a Titan executive before it.

LIC: PNB Housing Finance today said that LIC has invested Rs 2,500 crore in the company by subscribing to its secured redeemable non-convertible debentures (NCDs).This issuance is through a private placement basis with a door-to-door tenure of 10 years, and the proceeds will be utilised by the company for its normal course of business operations, the company said.


JUDGMENTS TODAY

Today Supreme Court Passed the following Judgments

. 1 Diary Number 4059 / 2009 Judgment
Case Number Crl.A. No.-001522-001522 / 2009 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name DAYA RAM
Respondent Name THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH
Petitioner’s Advocate
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE UDAY UMESH LALIT, HON’BLE MS. JUSTICE INDU MALHOTRA
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE UDAY UMESH LALIT
S.No. 2 Diary Number 9752 / 2012 Judgment
Case Number C.A. No.-004714-004715 / 2012 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name UNION OF INDIA
Respondent Name V.R.NANUKUTTAN NAIR
Petitioner’s Advocate B. V. BALARAM DAS
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE L. NAGESWARA RAO, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE HEMANT GUPTA
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE HEMANT GUPTA
S.No. 3 Diary Number 18059 / 2012 Judgment
Case Number Crl.A. No.-001856-001856 / 2013 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name THE STATE OF UTTARAKHAND
Respondent Name DARSHAN SINGH
Petitioner’s Advocate RAHUL KAUSHIK
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE SANJAY KISHAN KAUL, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE K.M. JOSEPH
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE K.M. JOSEPH
S.No. 4 Diary Number 24179 / 2018 Judgment
Case Number C.A. No.-008257-008257 / 2019 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name INDIAN OIL CORPORATION
Respondent Name M/S. R.M. SERVICE CENTRE
Petitioner’s Advocate PRIYA PURI
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE L. NAGESWARA RAO, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE HEMANT GUPTA
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE HEMANT GUPTA
S.No. 5 Diary Number 28365 / 2019 Judgment
Case Number ARBIT.CASE(C) No.-000036 / 2019 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name M/S SHAF BROADCAST PVT LTD
Respondent Name DOORDARSHAN A CONSTITUENT OF PRASAR BHARTI
Petitioner’s Advocate ABHIMANYU TEWARI
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE UDAY UMESH LALIT, HON’BLE MS. JUSTICE INDU MALHOTRA
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE UDAY UMESH LALIT
S.No. 6 Diary Number 31666 / 2019 Judgment
Case Number R.P.(Crl.) No.-000446-000447 / 2019 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name MANOHARAN
Respondent Name STATE BY INSPECTOR OF POLICE, VARIETY HALL POLICE STATION, COIMBATORE
Petitioner’s Advocate REVATHY RAGHAVAN
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE ROHINTON FALI NARIMAN, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE SANJIV KHANNA, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE SURYA KANT
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE ROHINTON FALI NARIMAN
S.No. 7 Diary Number 33329 / 2009 Judgment
Case Number Crl.A. No.-001677-001677 / 2010 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name KALU @ LAXMINARAYAN
Respondent Name THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH HOME DEPARTMENT SECRETARY
Petitioner’s Advocate
Respondent’s Advocate
Bench
Judgment By HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE ASHOK BHUSHAN
S.No. 8 Diary Number 38441 / 2010 Judgment
Case Number C.A. No.-000655-000655 / 2016 07-11-2019 (English)
Petitioner Name M/S VIJAY TRADING
Respondent Name CENTRAL WAREHOUSING CORPORATION
Petitioner’s Advocate ABINASH KUMAR MISHRA
Respondent’s Advocate P. NARASIMHAN
Bench HON’BLE MRS. JUSTICE R. BANUMATHI, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE A.S. BOPANNA, HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE HRISHIKESH ROY
Judgment By HON’BLE MRS. JUSTICE R. BANUMATHI