Breaking News November 2. (Photo Credit: Representational Image)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Thailand from November 2-4 during which he will attend the ASEAN-India, East Asia and RCEP summits to strengthen regional cooperation in key areas such as trade, maritime security and connectivity. Pakistan’s hard-line cleric Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Friday gave Prime Minister Imran Khan a two-day ultimatum to resign, saying he must step down without testing the patience of peaceful protestors. Opposition parties are accusing him of "rigging" the 2018 general elections. The crowd further swelled in Islamabad, as supporters of opposition parties, including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan People Party (PPP), joined the anti-government protest rally.
Here are all the LIVE updates:
15: 25 PM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi extends greetings to the country on the occasion of Chhath Pooja.
15:15 PM: Maharashtra: Flood-like situation in many parts of Nashik following heavy rainfall, visuals from Manmad and Malegaon areas
15:00 PM: Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu writes to External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar requesting permission to visit Pakistan, for the inauguration of Kartarpur Corridor.
14:50 PM: Meerut: Fire brigade team rescued a pigeon entangled in a kite thread on a tree in Partapur area, today morning. Ajay Sharma, Chief Fire Officer says,"There were high tension wires around, so the electricity flow was stopped to rescue the pigeon".
14:30 PM: International laws, mechanisms need implementation without 'double standards' to combat terrorism: India at SCO
14:00 PM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Bangkok for his 3-day visit to Thailand. He will interact with the Indian diaspora during ‘Sawasdee PM Modi’ programme, today.
13:40 PM: District Court Panchkula has discharged sedition charges against Dera Sacha Sauda Chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's close aide Honeypreet Insan.
13:30 PM: JD(S) leader and Former Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy on upcoming by-elections: We will not enter into an alliance with any party.
13:20 PM: Ghulam Nabi Azad: Bhupinder Singh Hooda appointed as the leader of the Haryana Congress Legislature Party.
13:15 PM: Jammu and Kashmir: In a joint operation, Indian Army and Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested one Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist in Sopore.
13:00 PM: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation: Delay in service from Indraprastha to Pragati Maidan due to track maintenance work (Blue Line).
12:45 PM: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh meets Dr Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of Afghanistan on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meeting, in Tashkent.
12:30 PM: AgustaWestland case: ED has moved an application in Delhi's Rouse Avenue Court seeking permission to record the statement of alleged middleman Christian Michel in Tihar Jail.
12:15 PM: Veteran actor Rajinikanth to be conferred with 'Icon of Golden Jubilee IFFI 2019' award at 50th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa.
12:00 PM: Bengaluru: Subedar Anandan Gunasekaran para-athlete of Madras Engineering Group in Bengaluru who has won three gold medals in 2019 Military Wold Games welcomed at MEG Centre.
11:45 AM: Agriculture Deputy Director, Kaithal district: 133 farmers have been issued challans for stubble burning. This year there have been 60 per cent less cases of stubble burning in Kaithal. FIR to be registered against those farmers who do not pay fine.
11:30 AM: Stubble burning continues in Haryana's Kaithal, air quality in Delhi continues to be in 'Severe' category.
11:08 AM: Delhi government changes timings for government offices during odd-even scheme.
Jammu and Kashmir: In a joint operation, Indian Army and Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested one Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist in Sopore.
Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel meets electric-rickshaw operators.
Delhi: Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel meets electric-rickshaw operators at Dwarka Sector-21 metro station. pic.twitter.com/1fsKHVqchi
— ANI (@ANI) November 2, 2019
Delhi: Body of a 6-year-old boy found with injury marks in New Gautam Colony, Narela. The boy had gone missing from his house last evening. Case registered, police investigation underway
Pakistan 'Failed To Significantly Limit' Terror Outfits From Fundraising, Says US
Pakistan has "failed to significantly limit" militant outfits like the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) from fundraising and recruiting while several terrorist groups that focus on attacks outside the country continued to operate from its soil in 2018, a damning US report has said.
Delhi government changes timings for government offices during odd-even scheme.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh: Terrorism continues to disrupt our societies and undermine our developmental endeavors.Only way to fight this scourge is to strengthen and implement,without exceptions or double standards, all existing international laws and mechanisms to combat terrorists and their enablers.
Stubble burning continues in Haryana's Kaithal; Air quality in Delhi continues to be in 'Severe' category.
East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) sprinkles water on roads in the area around Geeta Colony, to settle the dust as a pollution control measure.
Sri Lanka economy slowly recovering from Easter attacks: IMF
Sri Lanka's economy was slowly recovering from the impact of the Easter Sunday suicide bombings that killed hundreds and crippled the booming tourism sector, the International Monetary Fund said Saturday.
Growth was likely to hit 3.5 per cent next year from this year's forecast of 2.7 per cent, the Washington-based lender said, compared to 3.2 percent in 2018.
Ola, Uber to deactivate surge pricing during odd-even scheme in Delhi
Cab aggregators Ola and Uber have said that they will not resort to surge pricing during the 12-day odd-even road rationing scheme starting from November 4. In a statement issued on Saturday, Ola said it will extend its support to the Delhi government's initiative to curb pollution. The implementation of the odd-even scheme offers an opportunity to further unlock the potential of shared mobility.