The big news of 07 November 2022, Top 10 headlines 07 November 2022, Breaking news of 07 November 2022
Verdict in favour of EWS, three out of five judges did not consider the government’s decision as a violation of the constitutional framework
The Supreme Court has put its stamp on 10% reservation for the economically weaker general category people. The general category people will get the benefit of this decision in education and government jobs. A five-member Constitution Bench of CJI UU Lalit, Justice Bela Trivedi, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Justice Pardiwala and Justice Ravindra Bhat pronounced the verdict. Chief Justice and Justice Bhat remained against EWS, while Justice Maheshwari, Justice Trivedi and Justice JB Pardiwala ruled in favour of EWS.
Stalin’s government will take legal opinion on the issue of reservation in education and government jobs
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin has said that he will seek legal opinion before deciding the next course of action on the issue of reservation in education and government jobs for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS).
Shock to Abdullah Azam Khan from Supreme Court
The Supreme Court dismissed a petition against the Allahabad High Court order that canceled the election of Mohammad Abdullah Azam Khan, son of Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan, to the Uttar Pradesh Assembly in 2017.
President presents National Florence Nightingale Award to 51 nurses
President Draupadi Murmu today presented the National Florence Nightingale Awards for the year 2021 to 51 nurses and nursing professionals. This program was organized at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Those who have been honoured with this award include 51 nurses and nursing professionals from different states.
After Twitter, now Meta is also going to fire thousands of its employees
Facebook’s parent company Meta is planning to lay off thousands of employees this week. According to a report in The Washington Post, Meta’s job cuts will be relatively small on a percentage basis (about 50 per cent) compared to the cuts made at Twitter last week; However, the number of employees expected to lose jobs “could be the largest ever in a year at a major technology corporation that has seen tech-industry layoffs”. At present, the company has approximately 87,000 employees.
Man suffers a heart attack while reading the newspaper, video goes viral
A video is going viral in which a man in Rajasthan is seen having a heart attack while reading a newspaper. He was later declared brought dead in the hospital.
Kerala governor stops two TV channels from covering the press conference
According to media reports, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan on Monday stopped journalists of Kairali TV and Media One TV channels from covering the event despite being invited to a press conference in Kochi.
Delhi’s primary schools will open from Wednesday, ban on truck entry removed
With the air quality improvement in the national capital, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has announced that primary schools in the city will reopen from Wednesday. At the same time, restrictions on the entry of trucks have also been lifted.
Significant relief to Hemant Soren from Supreme Court
Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has gotten a big relief from the Supreme Court. The PIL relating to alleged allegations of investment in shell companies and wrongly taking mining leases by the Chief Minister and his close associates has been held by the Supreme Court as not maintainable.
UP Police was seen beating women in the video
A video of Uttar Pradesh policemen beating women with sticks and abusing them has gone viral. The police have alleged excesses in the case.
Bus collides with truck on Yamuna Expressway, two killed, ten injured
According to the information received, a double-decker bus collided with a trailer full of iron rods near the Khandoli toll plaza of Yamuna Expressway passing through the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh at around 4 am on Monday. Two people were killed and ten were injured in the accident.
Hockey India will give prizes to the winning teams
To boost the morale of the Indian men’s and women’s teams, Hockey India (HI) has announced a new policy in which players will be assured of an annual cash prize.
Kohli won the title of ‘ICC Player of the Month‘ for the first time
Virat Kohli won his first ICC Player of the Month award for October 2022, when India made their way to the semi-finals of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup in Australia.