Prolawctor Daily News Update | 1 November 2020

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Married or not a daughter will always be a daughter to her parents.

  • While hearing a case Himachal Pradesh High Court observed that there’s no difference in a married son and a married daughter.
  • Daughters of government employees who are no more should get compassionate employment too.

On order of surrendering of 2,300 under trials Apex Court has stayed its decision

  • Delhi High Court stopped the arrangement through which interim bail of the prisoners were extended.
  • The stay will be remain till 26 Nov.
  • Petition was filed by National Forum on Prison Reforms

Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon filed FIR against unknown for making a fake account of her.

  • Cyber Crimes during this COVID-19 situation has increased and celebrities are victim of it too.
  • Recently Raveena Tandon filed FIR against a person who made a fake account under her name and made foul statement from that account.
  • However twitter has blocked the account for now.

First E-resource Centre of India inaugurated by CJI

  • While inaugurating CJI also mentioned that keeping in view the situation of today’s society centers like these are needed in society.
  • Though he also observed that after switching to virtual working a lot of inequality have been observed too. So we also have to ensure that everyone’s issue must take care of.
  • That the facility of technology should be provided to each and every individual for better functioning of law and order.


Tanzania elections: Main opposition parties demand a fresh vote

  • Tanzania’s two main opposition parties have demanded fresh elections, after denouncing last week’s presidential vote as fraudulent.
  • The head of the National Electoral Commission, Semistocles Kaijage, said allegations of fake ballot papers were unsubstantiated.

New Berlin airport opens 9 years late with little ceremony

  • Nine years late and far above its original budget, Berlin’s new airport is finally opening on Saturday with little ceremony and, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, few passengers.
  • Construction started in 2006 and it was initially slated to open in October 2011.

Ivory Coast elections: Voters go to the polls amid an opposition boycott

  • Votes are being cast in Ivory Coast’s controversial presidential election.
  • At least 14 people have been killed since riots broke out in August after President Alassane Ouattara said he would run again following the sudden death of his preferred successor.

Coronavirus: US sees record-high daily Covid numbers as election nears

  • The US has recorded at least 94,000 new Covid-19 cases over the last 24 hours, with spikes in dozens of states days before the presidential election.
  • Twenty-one states are experiencing outbreaks, with some of the most severe in the states that will be a key in deciding the 2020 election.

Sean Connery: James Bond actor dies aged 90

  • The Scottish actor was best known for his portrayal of James Bond, being the first to bring the role to the big screen and appearing in seven of the spy thrillers.
  • Sir Sean died peacefully in his sleep, while in the Bahamas, having been unwell for some time.


Narendra Modi installed seaplane service

  • PM Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the India’s first seaplane service in Gujarat and undertook a journey on its inaugural flight from Sardar Sarovar in Kevadia to the Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad.
  • The 45-minute seaplane service — launched on the 145th birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel — connects the Statue of Unity at Kevadia with the Sabarmati riverfront 200 km away. The seaplane service was started by SpiceJet Aviation Company.
  • The seaplanes with their ability to land and take-off from water surface help connect geographies or regions that otherwise are a challenge owing to tough topography and help bring the remotest parts of India into the mainstream aviation network without the high cost incurred on building airports and runways.
  • The service will be provided incentives and benefits under the central government’s ‘Udaan’ scheme, which is getting implemented as per a tripartite agreement between the Gujarat government, the Ministry of Civil Aviation, and the Airports Authority of India.

We succeeded in exposing true face of BJP, BSP: Akhilesh Yadav

  • Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party (SP) National President Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday attacked both the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the opposition Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). Yadav said his party had been successful in exposing the true face of the BJP and the BSP before the people. He said this while paying tributes on the birth anniversary of Acharya Narendra Dev in Lucknow.
  • On the matter of supporting Independent candidate, Prakash Bajaj in the Uttar Pradesh Rajya Sabha elections, the SP President said by supporting independents his party has revealed the truth to the public. Earlier, BSP supremo Mayawati had said her party will support the BJP in order to defeat the SP in the upcoming state Rajya Sabha elections.
  • The SP Chief said those who have connived with the BJP from within his party need to be exposed and that is why his party has supported the independent candidate. Our motive is to get votes and let the public decide which political outfits have joined hands and how many votes all parties amassed, Yadav added.

Kamal Nath moves Supreme Court seeking quashing of EC order against him

  • Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath has moved the Supreme Court against the Election Commission (EC) order to cancel the senior Congress leader’s star campaigner status for violating the model code of conduct while campaigning for the by-polls in 28 Legislative Assembly constituencies slated in November
  • Nath contended that the EC passed the order without any notice to him or hearing in the matter, which completely violates the principles of natural justice. The plea submitted that this order is illegal, arbitrary, unreasoned, passed in complete violation of the basic canons of natural justice and in negation of fair play and therefore, deserves to be quashed.
  • The EC said that the decision has been taken for “repeated violation of model code of conduct and for completely disregarding the advisory issued to him”. This change comes into effect immediately, said the poll body.

Over 350 pilot whales dead in Australia’s largest mass stranding, several others to be euthanized

  • More pilot whales were found stranded in Australia on Wednesday, raising the estimated total to nearly 500, including 380 that have died, in the largest mass stranding ever recorded in the country.
  • Authorities had already been working to rescue survivors among an estimated 270 whales found Monday on a beach and two sand bars near the remote coastal town of Strahan on the southern island state of Tsamani.
  • Another 200 stranded whales were spotted from a helicopter on Wednesday less than 10 kilometres (6 miles) to the south, Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service Manager Nic Deka said. All 200 had been confirmed dead by late afternoon.


Ali baba groups Ant Group IPO gets orders worth more than UK’s from small investors

  • Chinese billionaire Jack Ma’s Ant Group attracted a record $3 trillion, more than the UK’s GDP, of orders from retail investors for its dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
  •  Ant’s IPO is set to raise over $35 billion, topping Saudi Aramco’s $29.4 billion listing last December. The fintech giant will have a market value of about $315 billion.

Apple loses 100 billion dollar in value as iPhone sales fall due to late launch

  • Apple shares fell over 5% in after-hours trade on Thursday, wiping $100 billion from its market value after it reported that iPhone sales dropped 21% in September quarter.
  • iPhone sales fell on anticipation of the new models, which arrived a month later than usual this year.
  • The delayed launch meant no opening-weekend iPhone sales are included in September quarter results.


French Boxing Tournament

  • Amit Panghal defeated Rene Abraham by 3-0 and won gold.
  • Sanjeet won gold by beating Soheb Bouafia.
  • Ashish Kumar also won gold after he walked over.

IPL updates

  • Mumbai Indians won against Delhi Capitals by 9 wickets ensuring top 2 finish

Simona Halep tests positive

  • Simona Halep world no. 2 tests positive for coronavirus.
  • She reported about her test via twitter.


Security Application for the internet (SAI) app launched by INDIAN ARMY.

  • Indian army has launched an app called SAI which is a messaging app similar to WhatsApp.
  • This app is developed so that any sensitive information to intelligence agencies could be prevented.

India’s requirements of defence equipment fulfilled by Russia.

  • The list which was handed by India in June is fulfilled by Russia.
  • As per the sources, the list includes the bombs, guns and projectiles.

Earthquake of 7.0 magnitude hits turkey and Greece on Friday.

  • 700+ injured in turkey and 26 people died by the powerful earthquake with the magnitude of 7.0 on Friday.
  • Due to earthquake, a small tsunami also hits seferihisar district of Izmir, leads flood too.

AIIMS Delhi to grant approvals for phase 3 trail of Covaxin.

  • Before stating the clinical phase 3 trail of India-made Covid-19 vaccine, Covaxin is being approved by the institute of ethics committee submitted by AIIMS.
  • It will take 2 week to grant the approvals.

Covid-19 updates.

  • USA is at the top with total covid-19 cases of 9,324,833, out of which 6,026,206 is recovered.
  • India is in second, total no. of cases reported are 8,157,902, out of which 7,461,633 patients recovered.
  • Countries- Macao, New Caledonia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Falkland Islands, Anguilla and Wallis and Futuna are green flagged and didn’t have any covid-19 active case at the present time.

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