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By-election in 56 assembly seats across country on November 3, includes 28 from Madhya Pradesh

DNA Tuesday, 29 September 2020
By-elections on 56 assembly constituency across states include 28 from Madhya Pradesh, eight from Gujarat, seven from Uttar Pradesh, two each from Jharkhand, Nagaland, Karnataka, Manipur, Nagaland, and Odisha. One each assembly constituency from Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and Haryana will also go on polls on November 3. The result...
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News video: BSP will not forge alliance for upcoming by-elections in UP, MP: Mayawati

BSP will not forge alliance for upcoming by-elections in UP, MP: Mayawati 01:40

Bahujan Samaj Party Chief Mayawati on September 29 said that her party will contest by-elections in UP and MP on its own. "Election Commission today announced by-elections for Lok Sabha and Assembly seats in some states. BSP will contest all the Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh on...

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Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh State in central India

BJP attacks Digvijaya Singh for allegedly asking SP candidate to withdraw [Video]

BJP attacks Digvijaya Singh for allegedly asking SP candidate to withdraw

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh is under attack from the BJP after a SP candidate for the Gwalior bypoll alleged that the Congress leader asked him to withdraw his candidature. ‘Digvijaya Singh called me and told me to withdraw from upcoming by-polls. He said I will give you Councillor's ticket. I told him I won't withdraw and will contest,’ Roshan Mirza said. An audio clip of the alleged conversation has also gone viral on social media. BJP said that this shows the true colour of the Congress leader and said that Digvijaya Singh has always believed in management and not democracy. The Congress, however, countered saying that it is not unconstitutional to ask someone to withdraw and added that the Congress leader had not offered any monetary benefits to the SP leader Roshan Mirza. Voting on 28 Assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh by-polls will take place on November 3 and the results will be declared on November 10. By-elections are due on 28 seats following the resignation of 25 MLAs and the death of three legislators earlier. Watch the full video for all the details.

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He doesn't believe in democracy but management: BJP leader on Digvijaya's alleged viral video [Video]

He doesn't believe in democracy but management: BJP leader on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

BJP Leader Lokendra Mishra on Digvijaya Singh's alleged viral audio said that Digvijaya Singh has come out of his hole at last stage of elections and further accused him of believing in management rather than democracy. Lokendra Mishra said, "Digvijaya Singh has come out of his hole at last stage of elections. He doesn't believe in democracy but in management. He has said in past that elections are won by management. He himself might have made the audio viral." Digvijaya Singh's alleged video went viral in which he was heard asking a SP candidate for Madhya Pradesh by-polls to withdraw his name.

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Asking to back out is no crime: MPCC spokesperson on Digvijaya's alleged viral video [Video]

Asking to back out is no crime: MPCC spokesperson on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

Spokesperson for MP Congress Committee, KK Mishra on Congress leader Digvijaya Singh's alleged viral video said that it is not Unparliamentary conduct to ask someone to back out. KK Mishra said, "To ask someone to back out is not Unparliamentary conduct. If we're asking or requesting someone to back out in our favour, it's not a crime. At least, we aren't buying MLAs like others. Whatever is being interpreted about Digvijaya Singh is wrong." Digvijaya Singh's alleged video went viral in which he was heard asking a SP candidate for Madhya Pradesh by-polls to withdraw his name.

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Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh State in India

Bihar polls: No poor has religion or caste now, development is for all, says CM Yogi [Video]

Bihar polls: No poor has religion or caste now, development is for all, says CM Yogi

Addressing a public rally ahead of Bihar polls in Daraunda assembly constituency of Siwan district on October 29, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said, "15 years ago, some people put Bihar in identity crisis. Recall their 'jungle raj' when corruption was rampant. 6 years ago, choosing Prime Minister Narendra Modi changed nature of Indian politics." "Now, no poor has religion or caste. Development is for all," UP CM added.

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2 bike-borne criminals injured in encounter with police in Greater Noida [Video]

2 bike-borne criminals injured in encounter with police in Greater Noida

2 bike-borne criminals got injured in an encounter with police in UP's Greater Noida. The encounter broke out at Eastern Peripheral road. Speaking to media, Greater Noida DCP Rajesh Kumar Singh said, "Both criminals have been taken to hospital. We have recovered 2 stolen bikes, 2 country-made pistols with cartridges from them."

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Huge role of street vendors in UP's economy: PM Modi at SVANidhi Yojana [Video]

Huge role of street vendors in UP's economy: PM Modi at SVANidhi Yojana

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor's Atmanirbhar Nidhi Yojana (PM SVANidhi) beneficiaries from Uttar Pradesh on October 27. At the event, PM Modi said, "Street vendors have a huge role in UP's economy. UP is number one state to benefit the PM SVANidhi. We got most of the registrations for street vendors from Uttar Pradesh."

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PM Modi interacts with PM SVANidhi scheme beneficiaries [Video]

PM Modi interacts with PM SVANidhi scheme beneficiaries

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor's Atmanirbhar Nidhi Yojana (PM SVANidhi) beneficiaries from Uttar Pradesh on October 27. He interacted with the food vendors through video conferencing. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also present during the conferencing. PM SVANidhi scheme was launched on June 01, 2020 to help poor street vendors, impacted by COVID-19, to resume livelihood activities.

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Nagaland Nagaland State in North East India

Former CBI director Ashwani Kumar found hanging at Shimla residence [Video]

Former CBI director Ashwani Kumar found hanging at Shimla residence

Former Governor of Manipur and Nagaland and ex- Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Ashwani Kumar was found dead at his residence in Shimla on October 07. Himachal Pradesh DGP confirmed the death of Kumar. Kumar was in service in both the central government and the Himachal Pradesh state government for more than 37 years. Speaking to mediapersons, DGP said, "In a suicide note, he has written that his soul was embarking on a new journey and everyone needed to be happy. He has written that there should be no rituals or ceremonies."

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Jharkhand Jharkhand State in eastern India

Coal scam: Shortly after conviction, former Union Minister Dilip Ray granted bail

A special CBI court has sentenced Ray and two others to 3 years jail in a case pertaining to the alleged irregularities in the allocation of a Jharkhand coal..
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Coal scam: Three including former Union Minister Dilip Ray, sentenced to 3-year jail term

Former Union Minister Dilip Ray was accused of corruption in the Brahmadiha coal mine allocation in Giridih, Jharkhand, in 1999. The Special CBI court had..
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Minor girl allegedly raped, murdered in Jharkhand's Dumka [Video]

Minor girl allegedly raped, murdered in Jharkhand's Dumka

A 12-year-old girl was allegedly raped and murdered in Jharkhand. The heinous crime happened in Ramgarh Police Station limits of Dumka district. "The body has been sent for post mortem. Investigation is underway," a police official said.

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Jharkhand's Ranchi farmers hail new agri reforms [Video]

Jharkhand's Ranchi farmers hail new agri reforms

Farmers in Jharkhand's Ranchi are praising the new agriculture laws. According to them, the new reforms will be highly beneficial for farmers. "The bills are good. Farmers praised Central government's new farm bills. Through the bills government are protecting farmers from middlemen," a farmer said to ANI. "We are hopeful that new bills will benefit us. Through the bills middlemen will not be able to steal our profits," another farmer said.

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Gujarat Gujarat State in western India

Former Gujarat CM Keshubhai Patel passes away at 92 [Video]

Former Gujarat CM Keshubhai Patel passes away at 92

Former chief minister of Gujarat, Keshubhai Patel, passed away at the age of 92. He was admitted at a hospital in Ahmedabad. "We tried to revive him but couldn't after he was brought to the hospital in an unconscious state, following sudden cardiac arrest. He was declared dead at 11:55 am. He didn't die due to Corona," said Dr Akshay Kiledar, Chief Medical Administrator (CMA), Sterling Hospital on Keshubhai Patel's demise.

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Former Gujarat CM Keshubhai Patel passes away at 92; President, PM Modi express grief

Patel had earlier tested positive for COVID-19 but had later tested negative. The doctors confirmed that coronavirus infection was not the cause of his death.
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Surat potters optimistic about business amid COVID crisis this Diwali [Video]

Surat potters optimistic about business amid COVID crisis this Diwali

Earthen lamps (diyas) being made in Gujarat's Surat ahead of Diwali amid the coronavirus pandemic. Potters, who normally have good business during the festive season, especially during Diwali, might get adversely affected due to COVID-19 pandemic this year. They do not expect much footfall this time as compared to last year. They generally make 30,000 to 40,000 earthen lamps every year, and this year too they have made the same quantities and are hoping for business but with a meagre profit margin during the Diwali festivities. The other reason for their business being affected is the machine-made 'diyas' which are being made easily and sold in the market. This has also impacted the sale of the old traditional earthen lamps. There are only a few customers who buy the old traditional earthen lamps, but the potters are hoping to do some business. Speaking to ANI, a potter Paresh, said, "People prefer to buy handmade diyas. I make over 10,000 pieces every year. I am hopeful that my diyas will be sold this year too."

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Odisha Odisha State in eastern India

Odisha: CM Patnaik launches web portals for student scholarships, inter-caste marriage incentives

As per a statement, 21 scholarships would be offered by eight state departments and more than 11 lakh students would benefit from the portal.
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COVID-19 vaccine: Phase 3 of human trial of Covaxin to begin at Odisha's SUM hospital soon

A total of 21 medical institutes were selected across the country by the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) where the third phase trial would be..
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Watch: India test fires BrahMos Extended Range Supersonic Cruise Missile [Video]

Watch: India test fires BrahMos Extended Range Supersonic Cruise Missile

India has test fired BrahMos Extended Range Supersonic Cruise Missile which can strike the target at distance of over 400 km. The missile was test fired off the Coast of Odisha on September 30.

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Manipur Manipur State in North-east India

Biofloc technique boosts fish production in Imphal [Video]

Biofloc technique boosts fish production in Imphal

Fish farming has brought a revolution in landlocked Manipur. Farmers' lives have changed through modern Biofloc fish technique. It is very useful for them who don't have adequate lands for fish-ponds. People involved in fish farming in Imphal are adopting the technique to boost its production. A farmer has earned profit of over Rs 1.5 lakhs within 3 to 6 months. It is said that Biofloc technology is an eco-friendly it enhanced water quality in aquaculture by recycling nutrients and maintaining the water quality.

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5 new ministers inducted in Manipur Cabinet, 6 dropped [Video]

5 new ministers inducted in Manipur Cabinet, 6 dropped

Amidst protest from some fellow BJP MLAs, a major reshuffle in Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh-led coalition government took place on September 24 by dropping six cabinet ministers and inducting five new MLAs including two ex-MLAs who had resigned from the Congress party. The swearing-in ceremony was also attended by BJP's vice president Baijayant Jay Panda and BJP North East general secretary (organisation) Ajay Jamwal. "This kind of reshuffling is normal in politics. Whatever I'm doing is with blessing of central leaders. I hope we can work more for development," says CM N Biren Singh The two ex- MLAs inducted as ministers today are Okram Henry Singh and Oinam Lhukhoi Singh. Both were Congress MLAs who had resigned from the state assembly and joined the BJP in August this year. The other three inducted as ministers in the government are MLAs Sorokhaibam Rajen, Thokchom Satyabrata Singh and Vungzagin Valte. All three are from the BJP. One more cabinet seat is still yet to be filled as six cabinet ministers have been removed from the government.

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Karnataka Karnataka State in southern India

Rain triggers waterlogging in Chennai; northeast monsoon commences [Video]

Rain triggers waterlogging in Chennai; northeast monsoon commences

Rainfall lashed several parts of Tamil Nadu’s Chennai. Many areas in the city witnessed severe waterlogging. India Meteorological Department (IMD) informed that the southwest monsoon finally withdrew from the entire country. With this the northeast monsoon, a phenomenon that brings rainfall over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, parts of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala during October to December, commenced. "Under its influence, scattered rainfall with moderate thunderstorm and lightning (is) very likely over Kerala, Mahe, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry during the next five days with isolated heavy rainfall over south Tamil Nadu during the next two days and over south Kerala during the next 24 hours," the IMD said. Dry weather is expected over the rest of the country during the next four to five days. Watch the full video for more.

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COVID-19: 78% of active cases present in 10 states, UTs, informs Health Ministry [Video]

COVID-19: 78% of active cases present in 10 states, UTs, informs Health Ministry

During press conference held on October 27, Secretary of Health Ministry, Rajesh Bhushan said, "78 per cent of active cases are present in 10 states and UTs. 58% of new deaths reported in five States and Union Territories (Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka), in the last 24 hours. During the festival season, cases have increased in Kerala, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Delhi."

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Former CM Siddaramaiah visits flood-affected villages in Karnataka's Kalaburagi [Video]

Former CM Siddaramaiah visits flood-affected villages in Karnataka's Kalaburagi

Former chief minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah visited flood-affected villages in Kalaburagi on October 26. He visited Katti Sangavi area in Jewargi Taluk. Siddaramaiah also interacted with farmers and villagers during his visit.

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