Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 7, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 7, 2022

1- The Supreme Court cleared the government’s request for a 10% quota for the poor (EWS).

The Supreme Court supported the 10% quota for poor people, or EWS (Economically Weaker Sections), in government positions and colleges today, stating that it is neither discriminatory and does not change the fundamental framework of the constitution.

The judges ruled that because to the 50% ceiling limit, the EWS quota did not go against the constitution.

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2-Kamal Haasan Says He’s “Excited” About His Upcoming Mani Ratnam Movie to NDTV

On the occasion of his 68th birthday, Kamal Haasan discussed his next movie with the director Mani Ratnam as well as his birthday plans.

I am delighted about the endeavour, the superstar said in a statement to Sam Daniel of NDTV.

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3-Hindu Heritage Month in Canada

Canada’s first recognised Hindu Heritage Month began on November 1.

The event was celebrated by Hindu Forum Canada and Bharat Mata Mandir.

The event featured participation from a number of federal and provincial lawmakers, the mayor of Brampton, and municipal council members.

The relevance of Hindu Heritage Month was emphasised by the politicians. Jeffery Armstrong, a scholar of Hinduism and the Vedas, served as the event’s keynote speaker.

His discourse and dedication to the Dharma touched the hearts of more than 150 attendees.

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4-Woman Arrested At Jharkhand Railway Station With 28 Exotic Snakes

A woman was detained by the Railway Police Force on Monday for transporting illegally 28 exotic snakes from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand’s Tatanagar railway station.

“The checking was done based on intelligence that a suspect was smuggling unpleasant things in the Neelachal Express,” says Rajesh Tiwari, station-in-charge of Tatanagar Railway Station.

28 unusual breed snakes and various insects were found following the Neelachal Express hunt.

5-Observe the Chief Justice’s Farewell Speech, “Have Disposed 10,000 Matters,” here.

UU Lalit, the outgoing Chief Justice of India, stated today that he has resolved more than 10,000 cases, adding that he made some demanding demands, but everyone complied.

6-First time captured on camera: the final resting place of Taliban founder Mullah Omar | Watch

The Taliban announced the location of Mullah Omar’s final resting place on Sunday, following his passing in 2013.

According to images made public by the government, Taliban commanders surrounded Omar’s burial, which is a basic white brick structure covered in what looks to be gravel, and placed it in a green metal cage as a mark of respect.

7-Biden loses his composure and calls demonstrators “idiots” | Fear of losing in the midterm US elections?

U.S. Angry Joe Biden used the choice word for demonstrators as some of them held signs reading “Socialism Sucks” in the city of Joliet, Illinois, calling them “idiots” for calling his policies socialist.

Republicans, according to Biden, want to eliminate essential social assistance programmes.

He stated that if Republicans win the midterm elections, millions of Americans would lose their access to retirement benefits, health care coverage, and other protections.

8-A Pakistani police officer received Rs. 100 million in his bank account, however this occurred during the withdrawal.

Unexpectedly becoming a crorepati overnight after receiving Rs 100 million in his bank account in addition to his pay was a Pakistani police officer in Karachi.

Aamir Gopang, the investigating officer of the Bahadurabad Police Station in Karachi, received the sizable sum unexpectedly from an unidentified source.

The bank simultaneously blocked Gopang’s ATM card and frozen his account. Additionally, a probe has been started.

9-PM Rishi Sunak declares his commitment to the climate fund at COP27.

The government’s $11.6 billion contribution to the international climate fund, according to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, is still a priority.

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