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  • The United Nations has said, plague cases in Madagascar, the Indian Ocean Island nation, has almost doubled in last 5 days. UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters that medical experts project that the situation will worsen, with 1,000 cases expected every month if funds aren't rapidly provided.



  • US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit India next week as part of his five-nation tour that begins today and also includes Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Switzerland. Giving details of the visit, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said, Mr Tillerson will make Saudi Arabia his first stop on the week-long tour.



  • United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will meet with US President Donald Trump at the White House later today. UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said, they will discuss UN reform along with issues of mutual concern.



  • In Badminton, India's HS Prannoy stunned three-time Olympic silver medalist Lee Chong Wei last night to storm into the quarterfinals of Denmark Open Superseries Premier tournament at Odense.



  • The Rajya Sabha Secretariat has taken cognizance of the petition submitted by the Nitish Kumar faction of the JD-U for disqualification of party leaders Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar Ansari on grounds of defection and issued show cause notice to the two leaders. The notice has asked the rebel JD(U) leaders to appear before the Rajya Sabha Chairman on the 30th of this month in his chamber in Parliament to present their case.




  • The Rajya Sabha Secretariat has taken cognizance of the petition submitted by the Nitish Kumar faction of the JD-U for disqualification of party leaders Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar Ansari on grounds of defection and issued show cause notice to the two leaders. The notice has asked the rebel JD(U) leaders to appear before the Rajya Sabha Chairman on the 30th of this month in his chamber in Parliament to present their case.



  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with over 25,000 BJP workers of Gujarat and his parliamentary constituency Varanasi from his residence through audio bridge on Thursday on the occasion of Deepawali. Mr Modi communicated with four different groups of more than 23,000 workers in Gujarat and also had conversation with many on telephone.




  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with over 25,000 BJP workers of Gujarat and his parliamentary constituency Varanasi from his residence through audio bridge on Thursday on the occasion of Deepawali. Mr Modi communicated with four different groups of more than 23,000 workers in Gujarat and also had conversation with many on telephone.




  • The Kerala High Court has held that all inter-religious weddings cannot be viewed as 'love jihad' as it upheld a marriage between members of t...



  • Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has handed over the probe into the killing of an RSS worker in Ludhiana to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).




  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Kedarnath in Rudrapryag district of Uttrakhand today. Mr Modi will lay the foundation stone of diff...



  • United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will meet with US President Donald Trump at the White House later today. UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said, they will discuss UN reform along with issues of mutual concern.



  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Kedarnath in Rudrapryag district of Uttrakhand today.Mr Modi will lay the foundation stone of different reconstruction works at the shrine during the visit.



  • Taking cognizance of the petition submitted by the Nitish Kumar faction of the JD-U for disqualification of party leaders Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar Ansari on grounds of defection, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat has issued show cause notice to the two leaders. The notice, issued on Wednesday, has asked the rebel Janata Dal United (JD-U) leaders to appear before the Rajya Sabha Chairman on October 30 in his chamber at Parliament to present their case.



  • Russian President Vladimir Putin said today that Moscow will retaliate if the United States takes measures against Kremlin-controlled media group RT. Washington is pressuring the channel to register as a "foreign agent", which would force it to disclose personal information of employees and those interviewed.



  • The Kerala High Court today held that all inter-religious weddings cannot be viewed as 'love jihad' as it upheld a marriage between member of the two different community. A division bench comprising justices V Chitambaresh and Sathish Ninan made the observations in its judgement on a habeas corpus petition filed by the man.



  • US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will travel to India next week as part of his five-nation tour that also includes Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Switzerland. Giving details of the visit, State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert said that Mr Tillerson will make Saudi Arabia his first stop on the week-long tour beginning tomorrow.



  • Russia's President Vladimir Putin has warned against driving North Korea into a corner. While condemning Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, he said the standoff should be settled through dialogue, without cornering North Korea, threatening to use force or going down to outright boorishness and swearing.



  • British Prime Minister Theresa May urged EU leaders today to urgently set out plans to move forward with Brexit negotiations as they prepared to delay key trade talks until at least December. Arriving for the two-day summit, May accepted that her 27 European Union counterparts were unlikely to agree that there has been enough progress on divorce issues to move on to a second phase, saying the meeting was intended to "take stock".



  • External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today expressed concern over missing of a three-year-old Indian girl in Texas in the Uniter States. According to reports, Sherin Mathews went missing after her father made her stand outside their house for not finishing her milk on Saturday.


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