1. PM Modi takes dig at the opposition, says “They teach me democracy”: PM Modi took a dig at the opposition parties. He said that some people are “teaching lessons on democracy” to him. While launching Ayushman Bharat scheme in Jammu and Kashmir, PM Modi said that the Congress government in Puducherry is not conducting panchayat and municipal polls despite an order from the Supreme Court.
2. Rajini Kanth’s health is stable now: Yesterday, it was announced that Superstar Rajinikanth was admitted to a hospital in Hyderabad as he had fluctuations in his blood pressure. The reports yet to come and his health is stable now
3. Russia says it intercepts the IS’s attack plot: Russia has claimed it foiled an attack planned by a cell loyal to the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group in the country’s the unstable southern republic of Dagestan.
4. Omar Abdullah accuses BJP: Former CM Omar Abdullah, alleged the BJP and Apni Party of Horse trading following polls. This came after PM Modi’s remarks calling it a peaceful election in Jammu and Kashmir.
5. AIIMS chief Dr Rajdeep says nothing to worry about new strain: AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria said that new coronavirus strains should not be a cause of concern for India.
6. After Akali Dal, another BJP ally quits NDA: Unhappy with the recent new farm laws, BJP ally Loktantrik party quits the support to BJP and came out of NDA.
7. Madhya Pradesh government approves Love Jihad law: The Madhya Pradesh Government approved the bill against forceful interconversion or the so-called love jihad act.
8. Kumara Swamy says JDS not stupid to merge with BJP: Karnataka former CM Kumara Swamy said that, he would not merge the Janatha Dal (Secular) in the BJP party.
9. Bullet train likely to be operated soon: In the first phase, the bullet train likely to be operated and may run from Ahmedabad to Vapi in the first phase.
10. CAIT writes a letter to Finance Minister Nirmala Sita Raman: Traders’ body Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) in a letter the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday urged to defer the implementation of ‘Rule 86-B’ in GST, scheduled to be implemented from January 1, 2021.