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News Dabba for 01 December 2023: Five stories for a balanced news diet

Here are the daily updates that the internet is talking about through various news websites.

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Indie Journal brings you the daily updates that the internet is talking about through various news websites. Here's a glance through some of the National and International news updates, from floods in Africa, bomb threats in Bangalore to COP28.


Panic after 44 schools in Bengaluru receive Bomb threats, NDTV reports

On Friday morning, NDTV reports that 44 private schools in Bengaluru received bomb threats via Email. Police were immediately notified and have been searching the schools for any suspicious objects. Bomb disposal squads have been dispatched to all the schools that received the bomb threat, says the report. Read the full report here.


Continued rains kill 270, displace thousands in Horn of Africa, reports TeleSUR


TeleSUR reports that floods caused due to continuous rains in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia have killed 270 and displaced around nine lakh people. As an effect of El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, the Horn of Africa has been seeing heavy rainfall for over a month, the report says. War-torn Somalia is the worst hit. Read the full report here.


Reuters report: War resumes in Gaza after truce expires

After a week-long truce, Israeli warplanes started pounding the Gaza Strip on Friday, as per a report by Reuters. The report says that the Israeli military announced the resumption of combat operations after accusing Hamas of violating the truce. Hamas in turn accused Israel of rejecting all offers to release more hostages, the report adds. Read the whole report here.


TOI reports Congress may be shifting Telangana MLAs to Bengaluru in case of close finish

As per a report by Times Of India, expecting a close finish, the Telangana Congress is thinking of moving its MLAs to Bengaluru. The report further states that exit polls suggest a clear advantage for Congress. So to avoid any kind of horsetrading the Congress high command is unlikely to take chances. The results will be declared on December 3. Read the full report here


The Hindu's report on COP28 | PM Modi says Rising ambitions on climate action must see matching progress on climate finance


As Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Dubai to attend the COP28 summit, The Hindu reported that the PM has called for ensuring requisite climate financing and technological transfer to developing countries. He also asserted that it must be recognised that developing countries have not contributed in creating the climate problem but are still willing to be a part of the solution, says The Hindu's report. Read the full report here.