Breaking : Delhi turns into war zone, students-police stand-off

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CAA : Delhi turns into war zone, students-police
stand-off

Despite a police flag march in the Jamia Nagar area, and
tear gas used to disperse stone pelting protestors, five hours since
demonstrators turned violent and clashed with police, anger still seethes. The
Delhi Police on Sunday denied reports of entering the Jamia Millia University
campus in the wake of violent protests that left several injured and many vehicles
destroyed. All schools in south east Delhi will remain shut on Monday, Delhi
deputy chief minister and education minister Manish Sisoda announced on Sunday
night.

PM Modi accuses Congress, its allies of raising storm
over Citizenship Act

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused the Congress and
its allies of raising a storm over the Citizenship Act. He was addressing an
election rally in Dumka district of Jharkhand.

He asserted that the Opposition parties were behind the
unrest and arson in parts of the country. The Prime Minister lashed out at the
Opposition alliance in Jharkhand, saying the Congress does not have any roadmap
for developing the country.

Ticket cancellation charges of AN 32 Courier Service
reduced

For the convenience of passengers travelling by AN 32
Courier Service from Kargil to Srinagar and Jammu, the ticket cancellation
charges have been reduced from the existing 300 rupees to 150 rupees per
passenger.

FASTag system functioning smoothly after coming into
force today

FASTags or prepaid rechargeable tags for Vehicle toll collection
with automatic payment have come into force this morning. It became mandatory
for all vehicles.

No plan to use Artificial Intelligence in decision-making
process in courts says CJI

Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has said that there is no
plan to use Artificial Intelligence in the decision-making process in the
courts. Justice Bobde said, there is no move to substitute the judicial
decision-making process of the human mind. He made this clarification after the
former chief justice of India RM Lodha expressed concern about the use of
Artificial Intelligence at a programme in Nagpur.

Marathon International climate talks closed with no deal
on carbon markets

Marathon International climate talks closed today, with
negotiators postponing until next year a key decision on global carbon markets.

Sitharaman to hold pre-Budget consultations from tomorrow

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will hold pre-Budget
consultations with various stakeholders in New Delhi from tomorrow. She will
seek inputs from industry bodies, farmer organisations and economists for
boosting growth. She is likely to present her second budget in Parliament on
the 1st of February next year.

Mandatory to link PAN with Aadhaar by Dec 31

The Income Tax Department said that it will be mandatory to
link Permanent Account Number- PAN with Aadhaar by the end of this month.

Coal ministry’s SDC to address environmental concerns

The Ministry of Coal will establish a sustainable
development cell (SDC) aimed at promoting mining activity in an environmentally
sustainable manner, the ministry said on Sunday.

Kohli irked with umpire’s late run-out call

India captain Virat Kohli was left fuming after South African umpire Shaun George referred a late run-out call involving Ravindra Jadeja during India’s first ODI against the West Indies at Chennai on Sunday.

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