Plea regarding victim’s family release dispersed by High Court of Allahabad.
Family of Hathras rape case victim filed Habeas Corpus petition saying they’ve been captivated by State Government.
Court has dispersed the plea on following grounds:
They have been provided protection by the order of SC and Lucknow Bench of Allahabad HC so it’s not appropriate to entertain the filed petition.
Petition wasn’t filed by the family itself so there’s no ground to consider this plea at all.
However if someone still has any grudge they can go to the SC for the same
High Court of Madras concerned regarding the country’s dependency on china for basic medicinal raw material.
While hearing a plea by Vinkem Lab court observed that is our country is way too dependent on China for basic raw material for medicines.
Court expressed that it’s very concerning keeping this in mind the situation with China on the border.
Court also said :”At one stage, even the National Security Advisor has cautioned the Government of the danger to our national security on account of this excess import dependence from a single nation”
RepublicTV and Arnab Goswami to face a new legal battle regarding their investigate media.
In High Court of Delhi a Public Interest Litigation have been filed against the Republic channel and leading journalist Arnab Goswami.
PIL argues that Arnab and his channel should stop telecasting news regarding criminal investigation.
This plea came up because of the recent telecasting of SSR’s death on the channel by the respective journalist.
Next hearing will be held on 27 November.
Tripura High Court made it clear that people not wearing a mask is not threat to themselves but to the society as whole.
An Affidavit has been submitted by the Government of state regarding the directives of wearing mask.
While considering the said affidavit HC made it clear that it’s just not the duty of administration but of an individual too to maintain and follow the safety guidelines during this COVID-19 situation.
Court also expressed their disappointment that a mere act like wearing a mask has to be legally imposed on people to follow it.
Cyril Amarchand launched Prarambh’s second cohort.
Prarambh is an initiative by Cyril Amarchand towards India’s legal technology development.
Main goal of Prarambh is to develop India’s legal system in the field of technology.
Development in easily accessing of justice, legal aid and law firms etc.
To help out in tech businesses solutions that might occur after COVID-19 situation.
As during COVID-19 situation our legal system opted for virtual options, it’s high time we develop our efficiency in field of technology.
“LIFE-SIZE” Godzilla attraction at Japanese theme park.
The attraction center measures 23m (75ft) and offers visitors the opportunity to ride a zipline right into Godzilla’s mouth.
It is one of the biggest draws till date.
It has been built for fans of Godzilla to appreciate the massiveness of the monster they only knew through movie screens, said the spokesperson for Pasona group.
Kyrgyzstan: Resignation of PM has been accepted by President.
Kyrgyzstan President accepts the resignation of PM Kubatbek Boronov.
PM signed for resignation after opposition groups seized government buildings in response to protests over a disputed parliamentarian election.
Bangladesh: Gang violence caused several deaths at Rohingya camps.
These eruptions have killed at least eight people and forced thousands to run away in recent days.
According to additional refugee relief and repatriation commissioner, about 2000 Rohingya families have been displaced in this violence.
Amnesty International calls the place as “highly-precarious.”
North Korea all set for big military parade to showcase its defiance strength.
Soldiers of N Korea are expected to stage an enormous parade show to celebrate the occasion of unveiling of “New Strategic Weapon.”
October 10 marks the anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea.
This event is likely to happen despite of corona virus concern.
French hostage finally reaches home, freed in Mali.
75-year old French aid worker held hostage by Islamic extremists in Mali.
She had been detained for four years and said that she wants to return to her aid work with malnourished children despite the ordeal.
She has been welcomed by French President Emmanuel Macron.
To abduct Michigan Gov Gretchen Whitmer, FBI busts militia ‘plot’.
FBI claimed that it has planned to bust a plot to abduct Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
There were six men who planned to hold a ‘treason trial’ for her, as reported by officials.
Mrs. Whitmer said in response that, “Hatred, bigotry and violence have no place.”
The arrested fellows include Adam Fox, Barry Croft, Kaleb Franks, Daniel Harris, Brandon Casert and Ty Garbin.
Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath inaugurates U.P.’s biggest oxygen plant in a virtual ceremony on 9.10.2020.
“The state’s struggle for oxygen will now be a thing of the past. After the installation of HFNC (high-flow nasal cannula), the demand of oxygen had shot up in the Covid-19 hospitals in the state. The new facility will bridge the gap between demand and supply and it is heartening that such a facility is ready during the trying times of the pandemic, when it is needed the most,” said the Chief Minister.
The plant is expected to eliminate the oxygen supply problem that the state is facing amidst COVID- 19 pandemic.
Property worth 1.5 crore damaged in a major fire in Kamruk district of Assam.
At least 45 shops were damaged in the fire which took place on 9.10.2020 in Kamruk district of Assam.
Property worth 1.5 crore were damaged.
The preliminary investigation suggests the fire broke out as a result of short circuit.
AI and IOT has been created: capable of monitoring quality and amounts of meals and agriculture merchandise.
“It is based on AI and IOT based mechanism with connection to the internet. Recognized by Startup India, the device ensures real time monitoring and quality control of food, agricultural and farm supplies” stated Jain.
The Ai and IOT has been developed by a start- up named Udyog Yantra. Ankur Jain is the CEO and founder of the startup.
“Once installed in the schools, if a child with his mid-day meal food stands in front of the device, it will provide all information like how much nutrients it has, its temperature and even quantity. This will help the authorities concerned to monitor the program, riddled with complaints of sub-standard food,” stated Jain.
“Kerala hasn’t learnt”: ecologists opposing to the idea of 6.8 km tunnel along Kozhikode Wayanad Road
On one hand where the ecologists are opposing the proposed project of building a 6.8 tunnel, the Kerala CM in his interview stated that the project will not be allowed to stall as a result of ecological concerns.
The ecologists are calling the projects as the recipe for ecological and natural disasters.
The administrative authority has sanctioned Rs. 658 crore for this project. But the project hasn’t yet received its environmental clearance which are mandatory and no study of the impact that the project will have has been done.
Metro work to begin under Mutha River, Pune despite the COVID- 19 situation and the lockdown.
The Maha-Metro has started digging beneath the Mutha river bed near Shivajinagar for metro Pune Project.
Pune is soon going to be the 4th city with underground metro line.
“The tunnel will be six meters below the lowest point of the river. After that there is a seven-meter ridge of the tunnel,” said Gadgil.
Pune metro will have an underground stretch of approximately 5 km. There will be 5 metro stations.
Fishing cat is nominated as the ambassador of Chilika Lake by CDA
The Chilika Development Authority (CDA) nominated the fishing cat, the only wild cat species in India that is wetland specialist, and is seen all around Chilika lake, as the ambassador of Chilika lake.
Susanta Nanda, the CEO of CDA, said that the collaboration between CDA and TFCP, for regular protocols to estimate fishing cat population in Chilika.
The CDA plans to conduct the marshes with a socio ecological way and access. They are also planning on having a recovery, relief and restoration centre for birds, Irrawaddy, dolphins, fishing cat and other such species with the help of Wildlife Trust of India inside Chilika lagoon.
India test-fires Rudram 1, its first anti radiation missile to finish enemy radars
India, on Friday, favourably test fired a new primitive and indigenous air launched missile called, Rudram 1, which is designed to wipe out and demolish enemy radars, and surveillance after being fired from Sukhoi-30MKI fighters.
Rudram-1 has a strike range of 100-200 km relying on the altitude from which it is fired, and with the launch speed of Mach 0.6 to 2.
It was tested on the Long Wheeler Island off Odisha coast.
It can allocate, segregate and engage targets over a wide band of frequencies as programmed.
This is first of its kind air to ground missile made by DRDO for neutralizing surveillance and guidance radars, and other radiation emitting targets.
This will make sure that IAF strike aircraft can execute and accomplish their missions without any impediment or obstruction.
Prime Minister will launch property cards under SVAMITVA scheme
Prime will, on oct 11, launch the physical circulation and delivery of under SVAMITVA scheme. This will help the rural population to use property as a financial asset.
These physical copies of the homes of the villagers will be given to around 132,000 land holders during the event.
This action and progress will help around 100,000 property owners to download their cards through a link provided to them by a sms.
Except Maharashtra, beneficiaries from every state will get property cards within one day.
Maharashtra ATS detained HAL employee for disclosing sensitive information to ISI
An employee of HAL, aged 41 years, named Deepak Shirsath, has been arrested by Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), for revealing important and sensitive information of Indian fighter aircraft to ISI of Pakistan.
Mobile phones, 5 sim cards, and 2 memory cards seized from Shirsath.
According to ATS officials, Shirsath will be charged under Articles 3,4 &5 of the Officials Secrets Act.
NIA detains activists Stan Swamy in bhima koregaon violence case
Human rights activist Stan Swamy has been detained by the NIA, for his links with Bhima Koregaon violence.
The officials said that Stan Swamy is a member of CPI (Maoist) and has been actively linked with its activities, and he also gets funds for the same. There are documents related to this which are seized by the NIA.
GST e-invoicing for all B2B transactions from 2021
Government to introduce the electronic invoicing system for all business-to-business (B2B) transactions under the Goods and Services Tax regime from April 1, 2021.
This will replace physical invoices, finance secretary, says Ajay Bhushan Pandey.
The government introduced e-invoicing system on October 1 this year for businesses with yearly income over Rs 500 crore.
By January 1, 2021, to be available for taxpayers with an annual turnover over Rs 100 crore.
RTGS payment system to be available 24×7
The Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) payment system will be available at all times from December 2020
This will make online fund transfer smooth, says Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das.
DGGI apprehends exporter companies for availing fraudulent ITC
The GST intelligence arm DGGI caught fraudulent aiding of ITC and cash reimbursement of around Rs 61 crore by certain exporter companies.
Hardly any exporter companies were involved in the fraudulent aiding of Input Tax Credit on the account of non-existing, unreal and fictitious firms or such firms, which evidently do not have any acquirer themselves, says The Directorate General of GST Intelligence.
India and the UK in the final stages of signing a defence logistics sharing pact
India and United Kingdom to sign defence logistics sharing pact soon.
According to people aware of the development, this will add a collection of similar agreements with other Indo-Pacific nations which will bolster the reach of warships and aircraft of the region.
The logistics pact will sanction contrary use of bases and airfields for fuel, supplies and spares, has been under dialogue with the United Kingdom, other than an agreement on joint exercise.
Clix Capital makes merge offer to Lakshmi Vilas Bank
The Clix Capital group, promoted by Pramod Bhasin and Anil Chawla made a non-binding offer for amalgamation of Lakshmi Vilas Bank with the former.
By the time the Chennai-based bank’s board will estimate the offer, any mingling or takeover can take place only with the acknowledgment of theReserve Bank of India.
Women’s T20 in November
Women’s Indian Premier Legaue (IPL) to be held in November.
The league will be held in UAE from 4th to 9th November.
On 22nd October the players will leave for UAE wherein they would be quarantined for a week.
Robbie Fowler new head of East Bengal
Former Liverpool Legend Robbie Fowler will be appointed as the new head coach of the East Bengal football team.
He will head the team for 2 years.
Renedy Singh, former Indian captain will be Robbie Fowler’s assistant.
Sofia Kenin reaches Rolands Garros finals
Sofia Kenin beats Petra Kvitova and reaches French open finals.
Kenin defeated Petra by 6-4, 7-5.
On Saturday, finals will be played between Kenin and Swiatek.
DEFENCE, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE NEWS
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulate DRDO on Friday for successfully test-fired the ‘Rudram’ Anti-Radiation Missile.
Rudram-1 India’s first indigenous anti-radiation missile developed by DRDO for Indian Air Force was tested successfully on Friday at ITR, Balasore.
India has also successfully flight tested the Supersonic Missile Assisted Release of Torpedo from Wheeler Island off the coast of Odisha few days back.
36.4 million cases of COVID-19 World Wide reported till now.
With the maximum number of cases and deaths in U.S, it becomes a worst hit country, according to Centre for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE).
India is the second most affected country by COVID-19 in the number of cases reported.
Rapid COVID19 testing technology being jointly developed by India and Israel
Israel would want India to become the manufacturing hub for this rapid testing kit
Two countries will also collaborate on vaccine development for this dreaded disease with India taking a key role in production.