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खास बातें

  1. संगम विहार में हुई तोड़फोड़
  2. घर पर किया पथराव
  3. खुले में पेशाब करने पर हुई गहमागहमी

नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली के संगम विहार के पास बुधवार की देर रात अमित गुजर अपने दोस्त रविंदर सिंह से मिलने के लिए आया. अपने घर से वापस जाने के दौरान अमित और स्थानीय निवासी सुनील के बीच खुले में पेशाब करने को लेकर हाथापाई हो गई. कथित जानकारी के अनुसार अमित फिर देर रात करीब 1 बजे वापस उसी जगह अपने दोस्तों के साथ पहुंचा, जहां कॉलोनी निवासियों ने सभी की पिटाई कर दी. 

वरुण धवन ने जिम में की क्रेजी एक्सरसाइज, फैन्स से बोले- घर पर ट्राइ मत करना… देखें Video

अगले दिन गुरुवार की शाम करीब साढ़े 6 बजे अमित गुजर एक बार फिर अपने दोस्तों संग उसी लोकेशन पर आया, जहां सभी ने सुनिल के पिता राजबीर के घर के पास खड़ी वैगन आर कार पर तोड़फोड़ कर दी. 




दिल्ली के संगम विहार स्थित कॉलोनी में हुई तोड़फोड़

‘बधाई हो’ देख खुशी से रोने लगे अमिताभ बच्चन, नीना गुप्ता को खत लिखकर भेजा

इतना ही नहीं, अमित गुजर संग आए सभी दोस्त न सिर्फ पास में खड़े मोटरसाइकिल पर भी हमला किया बल्कि हवाई फायर भी किया. सभी ने राजबीर, पार्षद के भाई भुपिंदर सिंह और बुधवार के झगड़े में शामिल विजयपाल सिंह के घर की खिड़कियों पर पथराव भी किए. इस मामले में केस दर्ज कर लिया गया और पुलिस ने छानबीन शुरू कर दी है.

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As Sabaraimala Doors Set To Open Today, Fresh Protests In Kerala

As Sabaraimala Doors Set To Open Today, Fresh Protests In Kerala: Live Updates

Sabarimala Temple: The third time the shrine will be open to devotees after Top Court ruling

New Delhi: 

As the Sabarimala temple doors are set to open to devotees again, Kerala braces for more protests. Early this morning, activist Trupthi Desai arrived at the Kochi airport and faced stiff protests by BJP activists who had gathered there along with several protesters. she was accompanied by 6 others who were unable to get out of the airport. Ms Desai had, earlier in the week, sent an email to the Kerala chief minister seeking security during her travel to the hill shrine.

The Sabarimala temple will open today around 5 pm for the third time after the Supreme Court ruling that lifted the ban on entry of women between the age 10 to 50.

Yesterday, the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan held an all-party meeting on Sabarimala, aimed at discussing the row over the entry of women of menstruating ages at the Sabarimala temple, ahead of the two-month long annual ‘Mandala Makkaravillakku’ or the pilgrimage season, set to start on November 17.

Here are the live updates of the Sabarimala temple opening:

What protestsers are doing to prevent entry of women towards the Sabarimala temple:

  • Protesters gathered in huge numbers outside Kochi airport on the arrival of activist Trupti Desai
  • They are checking hotel rooms 
  • Vehicles are being checked, people need to get passes 
  • They did not allow airport cabs to take Ms Desai out of Kochi airport

Police were deployed in large numbers at Kochi airport to control the situation. Police officers held discussions with Ms Desai and protesters but both sides stick to their stand, according to Press Trust of India.

Protesting local BJP leaders at the Kochi airport, alleged that Ms Desai and her team came to violate the centuries–old custom of the temple that prevents entry of women and girls in the age group of 10 and 50, reported Press Trust of India.

“She (Desai) came here not for darshan but for disturbing a peaceful Sabarimala  pilgrim season beginning Saturday,” Press Trust Of India said quoting protesters.

While activist Trupti Desai and the 6 others accompanying are stuck at the Kochi airport for over 4 hours, protesters remain persistent on not letting the activist out. Taxi drivers are refusing to take her out of the airport. 

“Won’t allow Trupti Desai to go out from airport using police vehicle or other govt means. Airport taxies also won’t take her. If she wants, she can use her own vehicle. There will be agitations all along her way even if she  goes out from airport: MN Gopi, BJP, said outside Cochin airport. 

The Sabarimala is set to open between 5 and 5.30 pm today. Hours before its opening, activist Trupthi Desai, who will travel to the hilltop shrine, arrived at Kochi airport. She was faced with several BJP activists along with protests who were chanting Swami Sharanam outside the airport. Ms Desai was accomponied by 6 others and remain inside the airport premises. 

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From Saudi Royal Insider To Open Critic: Khashoggi, Man Of Contradictions

Khashoggi’s disappearance had triggered an international crisis for both Riyadh and Washington


Saudi Arabia Thursday called for the death penalty against five people accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate, but absolved the crown prince of any blame.

Khashoggi, the Washington Post contributor and critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was drugged and his body dismembered, a spokesman for the public prosecutor said, in the first Saudi confirmation of how the journalist died.

But spokesman Shaalan al-Shaalan denied Prince Mohammed had any knowledge of the killing.

The journalist’s body parts were then handed over to an agent outside the consulate grounds, Shaalan said.

The prosecutor has requested the death penalty for the five who “are charged with ordering and committing the crime and for the appropriate sentences for the other indicted individuals”, Shaalan said.

The announcement follows huge international outcry over the killing of the 59-year-old Khashoggi, last seen entering the consulate on October 2 to obtain paperwork for his marriage.

The journalist went into self-imposed exile in the United States in 2017 after falling out with Prince Mohammed.

“Semblance of accountability”

Implicated in the murder are the once-powerful deputy chief of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence, General Ahmed al-Assiri, who gave the order to repatriate Khashoggi, and an unnamed “head of the negotiating team” who flew to the Istanbul consulate had ordered his murder, Shaalan said.

The prosecution said it now has 21 people in custody, 11 of whom have been indicted with investigations to continue into the others.

The kingdom previously said it had sacked two top aides to the crown prince who were known to be part of his tight inner circle — Assiri and royal court media adviser Saud al-Qahtani.

Qahtani has been banned from travel and is now under investigation, the prosecutor’s office said, but did not reveal the fate of Assiri.

“This is clearly an attempt to display to the world that a semblance of accountability is being applied in Riyadh, but the question that has been asked will continue to be asked,” said H.A. Hellyer, senior nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council and the Royal United Services Institute in London.

“Who gave the actual order to these senior officials?”

Tension with Turkey

On Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the Saudi crown prince in a phone call that Washington would hold accountable all those involved.

“The secretary emphasised that the United States will hold all of those involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi accountable, and that Saudi Arabia must do the same,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement.

Turkey has called for an international investigation into the murder, and has previously hinted that the Saudi authorities were not keen on genuinely cooperating with their investigation.

The Saudi prosecutor’s office said the kingdom had requested that Turkey sign a “special cooperation mechanism” on a probe into the murder but had not yet received a response.

Responding to the statement, Turkey on Thursday said the Saudi response was “insufficient” and insisted the killing was “premeditated.”

“We find all those steps positive, but insufficient,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a televised speech.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly said the order to murder Khashoggi came from the upper echelons of the Saudi government.

Ankara has also shared voice recordings linked to the murder with a number of countries including Saudi Arabia, the United States and its Western allies.

The global fallout over the Khashoggi murder has tainted the image of 33-year-old Prince Mohammed — the de facto ruler and heir apparent widely known as MBS — despite persistent Saudi denials that he was involved.

“The prosecutor’s statement further reinforces that there is no risk whatsoever to MBS’s position,” said Quentin de Pimodan, a consultant at the Greece-based Research Institute for European and American Studies. 

“The Saudis will continue to push the narrative that these advisors ‘betrayed the prince’s trust’.”

Khashoggi’s killing has plunged Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, into its worst diplomatic crisis since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, in which most of the hijackers were identified as Saudi nationals.

After first insisting Khashoggi left the consulate unharmed, Saudi authorities said he was killed in an argument that degenerated into a brawl before finally accepting what Turkey had said virtually from the start — that he was killed in a premeditated hit.

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In South Korea, 134 Flights Rescheduled, Office Open Late As Students Take Crucial Exam

Students sit for the annual college entrance exam at Ehwa Girls Foreign Language High School in Seoul.


South Korea dialled down the volume on Thursday as hundreds of thousands of students sat a crucial national university entrance exam, with authorities taking extraordinary measures to minimise possible distractions.

The college entrance test is the culmination of South Korea’s highly demanding school system, and in an ultra-competitive society it plays a large part in defining students’ adult lives, holding the key to top universities, elevated social status, good jobs, and even marriage prospects.

This year nearly 595,000 students were sitting the gruelling exam, which stretches over nine hours, according to the education ministry.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who was in Singapore for regional summits, posted a good luck message to the students on his Facebook page.

The intense effort they had put in over years of study was coming to fruition, he said. “Believe in it and you will be able to show your full competence.”

Extraordinary measures are taken nationwide to remove anything that could disturb the test-takers.

Public offices, major businesses and the stock market opened an hour later than usual to help ease traffic and ensure students arrived on time for the exam, which began nationwide at 8:40 am (2340 GMT). 

Any students stuck in traffic could get police cars and motorbikes to rush them to the exam centres.

All takeoffs and landings at South Korean airports are suspended for 25 minutes to coincide with an English listening test, and all airborne planes must maintain an altitude higher than 3,000 metres (10,000 feet).

The Transport Ministry said 134 flights had to be rescheduled because of the exam.

Electronics are strictly forbidden and students cannot leave school premises until the test ends to reduce the chances of cheating.

But they will be allowed to wear masks during the exam this year, the education ministry said, with fine dust pollution levels persisting at “bad” on the peninsula.

The results of the daunting exam will be released on December 5.

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PV Sindhu Off To Winning Start At Hong Kong Open, Eyes Number One Rank

“It’s not going to be easy because there are some players who are coming up. But definitely one day I will be world number one, that’s what I feel,” Sindhu said.

“The top 10 to 15 players of the world are in the same standard, so it’s just on the day who plays well and gives their best is the number one.”

Sindhu, 23, narrowly lost the 2017 Hong Kong final to Taiwan’s world number one Tai Tzu-ying, who has dominated the rankings over the past two seasons.

The Indian player has had a string of disappointments since, losing five straight finals including at the Asian Games against Tai.

Sindhu’s last victory against Tai was at the Rio Olympics, en route to the silver medal which brought a flood of endorsements. In August, Forbes magazine rated her as the world’s seventh highest paid sportswoman.

She said her elevation and high profile had inspired other players in India, and had also raised expectations about her performances.

“A lot of them have been taking me for inspiration, and there are also a lot of expectations now after this year especially. So to meet their expectations I need to be there and I need to keep working hard,” she said.

“Definitely I think Indian badminton as a sport is growing up and you see a lot of people are picking up badminton so it’s a good sign for Indian badminton I can say, because in a couple of years you will definitely see a lot more players coming up.”

Sindhu looked set to make quick work of her opening match, breaking away from Nitchaon in the first game. But she began to falter soon afterwards as Nitchaon’s powerful smashes battered her into submission in the second game.

However, a pep talk in the last interval saw Sindhu claw back the decider, after the Thai fired long on several crucial points.

“I think I was not up to the mark,” Sindhu said.

“I was very nervous. In the second set I gave a lot of lead and started playing negative, and in the third set it was like I was leading and then she came back closer.

“I could have just played freely… Overall it was very tactical and we had to be very focused and keep the shuttle in the court.”

(With AFP inputs)

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US’s Mike Pence Decries Violence Against Rohingya In Open Remarks To Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi

Mike Pence criticised Myanmar for the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in a meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi.


US Vice President Mike Pence criticised Myanmar’s military for the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in a meeting with the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday, and said he was keen to hear that those responsible for the violence would be held accountable.

“The violence and persecution by military and vigilantes that resulted in driving 700,000 Rohingya to Bangladesh is without excuse,” he told Suu Kyi in a brief meeting with the media before they went into private talks on the sidelines of a Asia-Pacific summit in Singapore.

“I am anxious to hear the progress that you are making of holding those accountable who are responsible for the violence that displaced so many hundreds of thousands and created such suffering, including the loss of life,” he added.

He said Washington was also keen to hear about progress in making it possible for the Rohingya to voluntarily return to the western Myanmar state of Rakhine from vast refugees camps in southern Bangladesh where they now live.

The United States has accused the military of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya, a Muslim minority who are widely reviled in Buddhist-majority Myanmar. UN-mandated investigators have accused the military of unleashing a campaign of killings, rape and arson with “genocidal intent”.

Arrest of journalists

Myanmar says its operations in Rakhine were a legitimate response to attacks on security forces by Rohingya insurgents in August last year.

Suu Kyi, responding to Pence, said: “Of course people have different points of view but the point is that you should exchange these views and try to understand each other better.”

“In a way we can say that we understand our country better than any other country does and I’m sure you will say the same of yours, that you understand your country better than anybody else,” she added.

Amnesty International this week withdrew its most prestigious human rights prize from Suu Kyi, accusing her of perpetuating human rights abuses by not speaking out about violence against the Rohingya.

Once hailed as a champion in the fight for democracy, the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner has been stripped of a series of international honours over the Rohingya exodus.

Pence also said that Washington wanted to see a free and democratic press in Myanmar, and the jailing of two journalists last year was “deeply troubling” for millions of Americans.

“In America, we believe in our democratic institutions and ideals, including a free and independent press,” he said.

He did not mention by name Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, two Reuters journalists who were arrested in Yangon in December 2017. They were found guilty in September of breaching the Official Secrets Act and sentenced to seven years in prison.

On Nov. 5, lawyers for the two Reuters reporters lodged an appeal against their conviction.

At the time of their arrest in December, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were working on a Reuters investigation into the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim villagers during an army crackdown in Rakhine state. Reuters published its investigation into the massacre on Feb. 8.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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All-New Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Bookings Officially Open

The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has so far sold almost 4.2 lakh units in India and with the new larger Ertiga, Maruti will see brisk sales for this seven seater MPV.

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The new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga will be launched on November 21

Maruti Suzuki has officially opened bookings for its all-new upcoming MPV, the second generation Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. The new Ertiga will be launched on November 21, 2018 and will be available only through the Maruti Suzuki Arena dealership networks and not the more premium Nexa outlets. The new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga can be booked today onwards by paying a booking amount of Rs 11,000 and will be available in both petrol and diesel versions. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has so far sold almost 4.2 lakh units in India and with the new larger Ertiga, Maruti will see brisk sales for this seven seater MPV.

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Also Read: New Generation Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Launch Details Announced


(New Ertiga can be booked from Arena Showrooms at a booking amount of Rs 11,000)

As mentioned, the new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga will be available with both petrol and diesel engines. The petrol engine will be the new 1.5-litre motor, which will replace the older 1.4-litre engine that the last gen Ertiga had. The 1.5-litre engine makes 103 bhp of peak power and 138 Nm of peak torque and is expected to have a fuel economy figure of around 20 kmpl. The petrol engine will also be mated to a conventional 4-speed torque convertor automatic gearbox apart from the standard 5-speed manual option. The petrol engine will also be getting the SHVS mild hybrid system.

Also Read: New Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Likely To Get An Automatic Transmission

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(New Maruti Suzuki Ertiga)

The diesel engine on the other hand is the 1.3-litre DDIS 200 motor that makes 89 bhp of peak power and 200 Nm of peak torque. Fuel economy for the diesel Ertiga is expected to be over the 25 kmpl mark since it will also get the SHVS system, just like on the petrol engine. That said, the diesel will be offered only with a manual gearbox and not with the expected AMT option at the time of launch. Both petrol and diesel options will be available with 4 variants – Lxi/Ldi, Vxi/Vdi, Zxi/Zdi and the range topping Zxi+/Dzi+. That said, there is no CNG variant of the new Ertiga slated for launch soon.

Also Read: New Generation Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Cabin Revealed

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(New Maruti Suzuki Ertiga bookings open in India)


The new Ertiga is a much bigger car as compared to the previous generation in terms of length and more importantly in terms of wheelbase making it more spacious in the rear as compared to the current car. The new Ertiga will also come fully loaded will the likes of a touchscreen navigation infotainment system that will support the likes of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The new Ertiga will also get 16-inch alloy wheels on the top spec model along with LED daytime running lights and LED projector headlamps. The new Ertiga will be available in a range of five colours with a new pearl metallic auburn red alongside the standard grey, blue, white and silver options.

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Infosys To Open Technology Hub In Texas, Hire 500 Americans

The investment is part of Infosys’s strategy to drive digital transformation of American businesses.


Infosys will soon open a technology hub at Richardson in the US state of Texas where it will hire 500 American techies by 2020, said the global software major on Wednesday.

“The new hub will drive expansion and create jobs in Texas to reinforce our commitment to workforce development in the US,” said the city-based IT major in a statement here.

The new employees would include graduates from Texas universities and colleges. They would benefit from upskilling through its training curriculum.

“The new technology and innovation hub will focus on telecommunications, retail and banking sectors,” said the statement.

The investment in Texas reinforces the outsourcing firm’s commitment to driving digital transformation for American enterprises by leveraging talent from the area alongside the best global talent available.

The investment in Texas is part of the company’s strategy to drive digital transformation of American businesses.

“Digital is changing every industry, and our hubs will allow us to co-locate, co-innovate and co-create alongside our clients,” said Infosys Chief Operating Officer U.B. Pravin Rao on the occasion.

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PUBG PS4 Release Date and Price Revealed as Pre-Orders Open on Amazon

After many a leak, PUBG PS4 has finally been revealed. The battle royale sensation has officially been listed on Amazon along with how much it costs and when it will be playable. The PUBG PS4 release date is December 7 the world over. As for the PUBG PS4 price, it starts from $30 and is available on disc. With PUBG hitting the PS4, it makes Sony’s console the second one to get the game after a yearlong period of exclusivity on the Xbox One. To celebrate PUBG coming to the PS4, Sony announced several editions of the game. These include PUBG PS4 on disc, Looter’s Digital Edition, Survivor’s Digital Edition, and the Champion’s Digital Edition. PUBG PS4 pre-order bonuses include skins from Uncharted and The Last of Us.

PUBG PS4 bundles and price

  • Disc Edition
    Includes: Base Game for $30 (around Rs. 2,100)
  • Looter’s Digital Edition
    Includes: Base Game for $30 (around Rs. 2,100)
  • Survivor’s Digital Edition
    Includes: Base Game, Vikendi Event Pass, 2,300 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP for $50 (around Rs. 3,500)
  • Champion’s Digital Edition
    Includes: Base Game, Vikendi Event Pass, 6,000 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP (around Rs. 4,200)

PUBG PS4 India price

Right now the India PS Store doesn’t have a PUBG PS4 price yet. However if we go by past $30 conversions for India on the PS Store, it should work out to Rs. 2,081 much like other $30 games such as  Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales. The Survivor Digital Edition should be Rs. 3,499, while the Champion’s Digital Edition price should be Rs. 3,999, in line with $50 and $60 game prices on India PSN.

It’s unclear if PUBG PS4 on disc is making it to India either seeing that developer PUBG Corp doesn’t have a local presence. Sony could handle distribution duties. Gadgets 360 has got in touch with Sony India for comment and will update this story if we hear from the company.

Last week, members of video gaming forum ResetEra unearthed a post from October in a separate PlayStation forum called PSNProfiles, wherein a user claimed that PUBG was in their PS4’s game database.

“Don’t know when it’s coming out, but it’s already on Sony servers, hosting the game image and Content-ID for the PSN store,” the PSNProfiles member added, with two individual content IDs for North America and the US. Both currently display a 404 error.

In the same ResetEra thread, video games analyst Daniel Ahmad said that PUBG would be out next month on PS4, with other users suggesting it points to a one-year exclusivity deal for Microsoft and Bluehole, the South Korean parent company of PUBG Corp.

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