India Begins First Auction of Critical and Strategic Minerals; Middle East at an Inflexion Point
Natural disasters killing thousands, second indigenous carrier to be ordered, protest at IFFI against ‘Kerala Story’, heat stress affecting workers, midair domestic violence lands flight in Delhi
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Snapshot of the day
November 29, 2023
Acknowledging that Arif Mohammed Khan, governor of Kerala, has acted adversarially against the state government by keeping important bills pending for two years for no substantial reason, the Supreme Court has permitted the state to amend its petition to include a plea to frame guidelines for the powers of governors under Article 200 of the Constitution, reports The Hindu.
The assets of entities named by the UN Security Council for terror funding will be frozen within 24 hours by the government, and the Financial Intelligence Unit will be the nodal agency for their prosecution.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has moved a fresh application before a Varanasi court