News Dabba for 30 November 2023: Five stories for a balanced news diet
Here are the daily updates that the internet is talking about through various news websites.
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 polling day in Telangana, US Gurprit Singh Row, to the Gaza war truce.
The Hindu's live updates on Tamil Nadu rains: IMD issues orange alert
Starting late Wednesday, torrential rains battered various parts of Chennai and its surroundings. The Hindu reported that the IMD has issued an orange alert for Chennai and its neighbouring districts. In view of flooding and heavy rains, authorities have declared a holiday for schools in four districts, the report says. Read the full report here.
Times of India on Telangana assembly elections on The Times of India
Voting for 119 Assembly constituencies in Telangana began on Thursday morning. Telangana had recorded 51.89 percent till 3 pm. Fate of as many as 2,290 candidates from BJP, BRS, Congress and other parties will be decided by 3.17 crore voters. See all the live updates here.
India reacts to allegations on officials role on murder plot, reports NDTV
MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi while responding to questions on an alleged plot to murder US-based Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun which allegedly involves a government official said it is contrary to government policy. He also said the allegations are a "matter of concern" and reiterated that New Delhi has launched a high-level probe into the charges. Read the Full report here.
The Strait Times reports Israel and Hamas agree to extend truce for seventh day
There has been a last-minute agreement between Israel and Hamas to extend their six-day ceasefire for at least one day. It will help negotiators from both sides keep working on deals to swap hostages held in Gaza for Palestinian prisoners. Read the full report here.
Al Jazeera's report on Henry Kissinger as Nobel Prize-winning ‘warmonger’
As a former US secretary of state dies at the age of 100 at his home Al Jazeera describes him as Nobel Prize-winning ‘warmonger’. Kissinger was born in Germany and fled to America from the Nazis, was a former top diplomat and national security advisor to two US presidents. He played a pivotal role in many US wars. Read the full report here.