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PM Narendra Modi says, country has given a befitting reply to forces trying to divide the nation            In his 'Mann Ki Baat' programme, PM urges people to go for local products during festive shopping            COVID-19 recovery rate touches 90 per cent            Paddy procurement gains momentum during ongoing Kharif Marketing Season; Over 144 lakh tonnes paddy procured so far            India celebrates the festival of Dussehra           

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi says, National Education Policy will establish India as a global education destination.

  • Parliament passes several important Bills including Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill and Companies (Amendment) Bill.

  • Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar accuses Opposition of misleading farmers on Farm Bills.

  • COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 80.86 per cent.

  • Prime Minister to review preparedness of COVID response and management in six high focus States and a Union Territory tomorrow.

  • Enforcement Directorate attaches 15 properties of underworld criminal Iqbal Mirchi in Dubai.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, the National  Education Policy (NEP) will establish India as a global education destination and open up new opportunities in the country. The Prime Minister was addressing the convocation ceremony of IIT Guwahati through video conferencing today. 

Mr. Modi expressed hope that the dream of the young minds would shape the reality of the country in the coming days. He said the NEP is aimed at connecting education with technology.


The Prime Minister said, the National Technology Education Forum is being set up under NEP. The Prime Minister lauded the role of IIT Guwahati in its fight against the Covid -19 pandemic. Mr Modi said, Assam and North East are full of possibilities and resources and expressed hope that IIT Guwahati would  help the region in mitigating flood and landslide as well as promoting local resources through research. The Prime Minister said the institute would play a key role in setting up the Indian Knowledge Institute and a Centre for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction.


Parliament has passed several important Bills after Rajya Sabha approved them today. These include, the Rashtriya Raksha University Bill, the National Forensic Sciences University Bill, the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, the Companies (Amendment) Bill, the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill and the Indian Institutes of Information Technology Laws (Amendment) Bill 2020.

Lok Sabha has already passed these Bills.
The Rashtriya Raksha University Bill establishes the Raksha Shakti University in Gujarat as a University called the Rashtriya Raksha University in the State. The Bill declares the University as an institution of national importance.

The National Forensic Sciences University Bill aims to establish the Gujarat Forensic Sciences University in Gandhinagar and the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Sciences in New Delhi, as a National Forensic Sciences University in Gujarat. The Bill declares the University to be an institution of national importance.

The Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, amends the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 which regulates the functioning of banks and provides details on various aspects such as licensing, management and operations of banks. It will replace the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance which was promulgated in June this year.

Reply to a discussion on the Bill, Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman said that this Bill is important as so many cooperative banks have faced serious difficulties in the recent past. She said, amendments have been made to completely protect the interest of depositors ensuring to abolish the difficulties faced by cooperative banks in their functioning.


The Companies (Amendment) Bill removes the penalty and imprisonment for certain offences made in violation of the legislation. In addition, it also reduces the amount of fine payable in certain offences under the ambit of legislation.

The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill allows the central government to regulate the supply of certain food items only under extraordinary circumstances such as war and famine.


The Rajya Sabha has returned the Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Bill 2020. Lok Sabha has already passed it.

Replying to the Bill, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that several laws needed amendments due to the Covid-19 situation.


Lok Sabha passed three Bills today aimed at improving the working condition of workers and protecting their interests at places of work. These Bills were introduced in  Lok Sabha on 19th of this month. 

The Occupational Safety, Health And Working Conditions Code, 2020, seeks to amend the laws regulating the occupational safety, health and working conditions of the persons employed in an establishment. The second Bill, Industrial Relations Code, 2020, aims at amending the laws relating to Trade Unions, conditions of employment in industrial establishment or undertaking, investigation and settlement of industrial disputes. The third Bill, namely, The Code On Social Security, 2020 seeks to amend the laws relating to social security of the employees in the country.


Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said, the Opposition is misleading the farmers in the country by propagating blatant lies about the Farm Bills. Speaking in Lok Sabha today, the Minister reiterated that the Bills do not affect the Minimum Support Price (MSP) or process of government procurement in any way. Mr Tomar asserted that the announcement of increase in MSP of six Rabi Crops even before the sowing season shows the commitment of the current Government towards Minimum Support Price and procurement of Agri products. He said, the Bill paves the way for enhanced usage of modern techniques in farming.

Opposition parties including the Congress, TMC, DMK, CPM, Samajwadi Party, BSP and the NCP among others staged protests against the three Farm Bills in Lok Sabha while the Minister was speaking. The MPs walked into the well of the house and raised slogans and placards against the Bill. Opposition parties walked out from the lower house immediately after the statement of the Agriculture Minister. Congress member Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury demanded that the Government should include the provision of MSP in the Farm Bill and said, the entire Opposition has decided to boycott the session until the Government agrees to their demands.

Earlier, Lok Sabha was adjourned for an hour after MPs led by the Congress raised slogans and banners to protest against the farm Bills. As soon as the House met for the day, Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu raised the issue of action by Delhi police on the protesting MPs in the National Capital.


Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that revoking the suspension of eight Rajya Sabha members will only be considered after they apologise for their behaviour in the Upper House. Talking to reporters in New Delhi today, Mr Prasad said, it was expected that the Congress would oppose such unruly behaviour by Opposition members in Rajya Sabha. The Minister said, he has never seen a Congress MP dancing on Rajya Sabha table and tear the papers. He also asserted that the Government had a clear majority in the Rajya Sabha for the passing of the Farm Bills. The assertion came after a number of Opposition parties, led by the Congress, staged a walkout from Rajya Sabha demanding that the suspension of eight members be revoked.


The Government today said that 44.9 lakh people have recovered from COVID-19 in the country which is the highest in the world. Briefing media in New Delhi today, Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said, India contributes 17.7 per cent share in the total COVID-19 cases, however, in terms of recovered cases, India shares 19.5 per cent of the total recovered cases. 

"भारत में विश् के कुल 17.7 परसेंट केसेज हैं कोविड के जबकि विश् की कुल रिकवरी में भारत की हिस्सेदार 19.5, यूएसए में विश् के कोविड के केसेज के 22.4 परसेंट हैं जबकि यूएसए की भागेदारी रिकवरी में 18.6 है जो भारत से कम। उसी प्रकार ब्राजिल की जो हिस्सेदारी है कुल कोविड केसेज में विश् में वो साढ़े 14 प्रतिशत है और उनकी कुल भागेदारी रिकवरी में 16.8 प्रतिशत है। "

The Health Secretary said, the recovery rate has improved to 80.86 per cent and the highest ever single day recovery of one lakh was registered in the last 24 hours. More than 6.5 crore tests have been conducted so far and 12 lakh tests were conducted in a single day.

Member (Health) in Niti Aayog Dr V K Paul said, the overall situation continues to be under control and the country is facing the battle effectively. He said, all tests are being conducted now by using indigenously developed kits.

"लगभग सारे के सारे टेस् जो अब हो रहे हैं ओवर वेलविंगली, वो सब इंडियन किट्स जो हमारे ही देश में विकसित किए गए हैं डेगनोस्टिक किट्स हैं, उन्हीं को इस्तेमाल कर के किए जा रहे हैं और इतनी जबरदस् बढोतरी हुई है, ये इसलिए भी हुई है कि हम अपने ही देश में आत्मनिर्भरता बनाते हुए हमने ये टेस् का इजात किया, एडोप् किया, नए टेस् भी बनाए और भी नए टेस् बनते जा रहे हैं।

Dr Paul urged everyone to show COVID appropriate behaviour in view of the upcoming festival season by wearing masks. He said, wearing of facial mask is most important to fight COVID-19 and to break the chain of transmission.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a high level virtual meeting with the Chief Ministers and Health Ministers of six COVID high burden States and a Union Territory tomorrow to review the status and preparedness of COVID response and management.

More than 63 per cent of the active cases of the country are concentrated in these six States and a Union Territory. These are Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Punjab.


The successful flight test of ABHYAS - High-speed Expendable Aerial Target was today conducted by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) from the Interim Test Range, Balasore in Odisha. During the trials, two demonstrator vehicles were successfully test flown.    


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO and other stakeholders for the achievement and said this can be used as a target for evaluation of various Missile systems.


External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar today outlined India's strong commitment in supporting Africa in its development journey. The Minister said, any broader global rebalancing is incomplete without the genuine re-emergence of Africa. In an address at a conclave on India-Africa partnership, Dr Jaishankar said, only after genuine emergence of Africa, will the world’s strategic diversity come into full play. He said, New Delhi welcomes the evolution and rise of the continent as a key factor in the contemporary world.

The Minister also talked about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and said its consequences will be far-reaching and will define the world order as de-colonisation did in the 1950s and 1960s. He said, the pandemic is the most debilitating global event of the past 80 years and we are at a point in history that is comparable to the aftermath of the Second World War.


The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has provisionally attached 15 properties in Dubai belonging to family members of underworld criminal Iqbal Mirchi under Prevention of Money Laundering Act, PMLA. These properties include one hotel namely Midwest Hotel Apartment and 14 others commercial and residential properties having total value of 101.52 million arab emirates Dirham equivalent to over 203 crore rupees.


The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to set up a dedicated Infotainment Zone and rolled out an open offer to the film fraternity to come to the State. Within days of the announcement about the Film City in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today said that 1000 acre of land has been identified in Gautam Budh Nagar by Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority where the Infotainment Zone will be set up with all World Class Civil, Public and Technological facilities. 

Welcoming the decision, stalwarts of the Film fraternity thanked the state government and said, it is the right step at the right time. A bevy of film personalities spoke with the Chief Minister who presided over the meeting with them on setting up the film industry in the state. We have a report:


"The proposed site is just an hour away from New Delhi and very close to the proposed International Airport at Jewar. Having also been close to Agra, the city of Taj, Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna and near to the proposed logistic hub in Noida, the proposed dry port  and freight corridor this zone  provide all facilities of transport and movement. According to the present trend of OTT and Media Streaming Platforms this Zone will have the digital technology of international level . Yogi Adityanath said that the policies of Industries will be applicable for the takers and Single Window Mechanism will be used to facilitate those who want to come here and set up their studio. SUSHIL CHANDRA TIWARI, AIR NEWS, LUCKNOW"


The Rajya Sabha today passed seven key Bills including the crucial Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill. In one of its most productive days, the House passed the bills after a number of Opposition parties staged a walkout and decided to boycott proceedings of the House till the suspension of eight members is revoked. The government, however, insisted that the suspended members first apologise and then the government would consider the request for revoking their suspension. The parties that boycotted the proceedings of the House included the Congress, CPI-M, CPI, TMC, NCP, SP, Shiv Sena, RJD, DMK, TRS and AAP. The Bills passed today are 'The Indian Institutes of Information Technology Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2020', 'The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020', 'The Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020', 'The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020', 'The National Forensic Sciences University Bill, 2020, 'The Rashtriya Raksha University Bill, 2020' and 'The Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Bill, 2020'. When the bills were passed, only a few members were present in the house which included those from the ruling BJP and its ally JD-U and those of parties like AIADMK, BJD, YSR-Congress and TDP, and participated in the debates on the Bills.

The Upper House took up the government’s legislative business after nearly an hour of discussion over the conduct of opposition MPs during the passage of two agriculture reform Bills on Sunday, with Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu saying the suspension could be revoked if the members expressed regret over their action.

First, it passed a Bill to declare five newly-established Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) as institutions of national importance. The crucial Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, which removes cereals, pulses, oilseeds, edible oils, onion and potatoes from the list of essential commodities and removes stockholding limits on them, was passed next. This Bill is part of the agriculture reforms Bills that the government is pushing to raise farm incomes. The Bills passed on Sunday gave farmers the freedom to sell produce anywhere in the country and enter into forward contracts with companies. Rajya Sabha also passed amendments to the Bank Regulation Act to bring cooperative banks under the supervision of the RBI in a bid to protect the interest of depositors. Thereafter the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020, which removes the penalty for certain offences, was passed.

The National Forensic Sciences University Bill, 2020 and the Rashtriya Raksha University Bill were also passed in quick succession. Thereafter, the Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Bill, 2020 to relax time limit on compliance with tax laws, GST payment and filing in view of the coronavirus pandemic. The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020 as well as the Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Bill, 2020 replace emergency ordinances. The sitting of  Rajya Sabha was extended by just over an hour beyond the scheduled time to allow the passage of the Bills. All the seven Bills have already been passed by Lok Sabha.

Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu earlier lauded Deputy Chairman Harivansh for showing restraint when Opposition members were agitating in the House and disapproved of the conduct of the protesting leaders. He also appealed to the Opposition members to reconsider their decision of boycotting Rajya Sabha proceedings and asked them to participate in the discussions instead. Democracy means debate, discussion and decision, not disruption, he said, adding that the Chair wants the House to run with the full participation of members. The Chairman also said, the members should not try to blame the Chair and drag it into a controversy over what has happened in the House on Sunday and this was not the first time that members have been suspended. Mr. Naidu said, he had allowed the motion moved by the Government for suspension of some members over their unruly behaviour as he was convinced about it.

Lauding the Deputy Chairman Harivansh for the manner in which he handled the situation, Mr. Naidu said Harivansh announced for a division of vote at least 13 times in the House and called upon the protesting Opposition members to go to their seats and move their resolutions, but they did not return to their seats. He said the Deputy Chairman acted with utmost restraint and handled the situation in a very deft manner. Mr. Naidu lamented that the chair has been dragged into the controversy and said members should not put the blame on the Chair. He also lamented that the suspended members in an interview justified their action and showed no remorse. He said, this is not the first time that members have been suspended.

Earlier, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad, demanded that new Bills be brought to ensure that the Centre and States and private players buy food grains from farmers above the Minimum Support Price. He said they would boycott the proceedings till the suspension of members is revoked and also demanded that the Government bring another bill to ensure that no private player should buy food grains from farmers below the MSP fixed by the Government. Mr. Azad demanded that the Government should also ensure that the MSP is fixed as per the formula under Swaminathan Committee. He also demanded that the suspension of colleagues who have been suspended for the rest of the Session, be revoked. Till the government does these three things, they will boycott the session, Mr Azad said, while walking out of the house.

Eight members of Rajya Sabha were suspended on Monday over their unruly behaviour during the passage of the two key farm related Bills on Sunday. Mr Azad also said members should get more time to speak and time constraint has become a major issue of discontent among opposition parties. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said, the Government is not hell-bent upon keeping the suspended MPs out of the House. He said, if they express regret, the Government will look into it. Leader of the House Thaawarchand Gehlot said the suspended members tried to portray that it is the mistake of the Chair and not the opposition. He said this is not proper.

Former Prime Minister and JD-S leader H D Deve Gowda said, the Government and Opposition should sit together to run the House. Prof. Ram Gopal Yadav of the Samajwadi Party said, a mistake has taken place by opposition members, but elders should be large hearted. He said that he would apologise on their behalf.


Lok Sabha today passed three Bills on labour code, amid boycott of House proceedings by several Opposition parties, including Congress, in protest against the suspension of eight MPs of Rajya Sabha. The new legislations are: Occupational Safety, Health And Working Conditions Code, 2020, the Industrial Relations Code, 2020, and the Code On Social Security, 2020.

Replying to the debate, Union Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar said, the labour reforms will prove to be a milestone for the welfare of workers. He said, these labour codes will play a significant role in protecting the interests of the labourers. Mr Gangwar said, the Government has come out with the changes in the legislation after extensive consultations with State governments and other stakeholders. He said, about three-fourth of the recommendations of the standing committee which scrutinised the codes have been incorporated in the Bills by the Government.

Mr Gangwar said, among the prominent new inclusion in the laws are ensuring compensation to the labours hit by accidents, easy dispute resolution mechanism for the labourers and facilities to register under ESI scheme even by small industrial units.

According to the minister, over 29 labour laws have been merged into four codes and that one (Code on Wages Bill, 2019 ) of them has already been passed.

The Occupational Safety, Health And Working Conditions Code, 2020 will consolidate and amend the laws regulating the occupational safety, health and working conditions of the persons employed in an establishment and related matters.

The Industrial Relations Code, 2020 seeks to consolidate and amend the laws relating to Trade Unions, conditions of employment in industrial establishment or undertaking, investigation and settlement of industrial disputes.

Similarly, the Code On Social Security, 2020 will amend and consolidate the laws relating to social security with the goal to extend social security to all employees and workers either in the organised or unorganised sectors.

Mr Gangwar said, efforts have been made to work out a balance between welfare of workes and ease of doing business for the industry.

Initiating the debate on the bills, Pallab Lochan Das of BJP said that it is for the first time such an extensive labour reforms are being undertaken in the country.

Although the country has 44 labour laws for the past several decades, the standard of living of workers has not improved, Das said.

BJD member Pinaki Misra said, there could have been minimum health and safety standards in the code, and also suggested that the Government to have relook at the defintion of 'workers'.

While supporting the Bbill, he also said that certain provisions needed to be relooked at.

Margani Bharat (YSR Cong) said, the codes will push forward the ease of doing business in the country as well as help in attracting more foreign direct investments.

Other who particiated in the debate include Virendra Kumar, Vinode Kumar Sonkar and Dilip Ghosh, all BJP, Jayadev Galla of BJD and Dileshwar Kamait  of JD-U, P Raveendranath Kumar of AIADMK and Hanuman Beniwal of RLP

Several opposition parties, including the Congress and the TMC, today boycotted Lok Sabha proceedings in solidarity with the eight Rajya Sabha members who were suspended for unruly behaviour. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of Congress said all opposition parties are boycotting Parliament in solidarity with Rajya Sabha members who were suspended on Monday. Opposition parties, including Congress, TMC, BSP and TRS, walked out of Lok Sabha. Mr. Chowdhury however did not specify for how long the boycott would continue. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla warned that members should not mention about the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha. He said, all references made by members would be removed from the records. The Opposition boycott came after eight opposition MPs in Rajya Sabha were suspended on Monday for the remainder of the Monsoon session for "unruly behaviour" during the passage of two Farm Bills, prompting the suspended leaders to go on an indefinite sit-in inside Parliament complex.

Earlier, Lok Sabha had to be adjourned for an hour after a protest by Opposition members who claimed that the Government has done too little for the welfare of the farmers. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar's announcement on increasing the Minimum Support Price of six Rabi crops was too little for farmers who have been agitating mainly in Punjab and Haryana against two Farm Bills passed by Parliament. T R Baalu of DMK and Kalyan Banerjee of TMC supported Mr. Chowdhury. When Opposition members shouted slogans and came near the Well of the House, Speaker Om Birla adjourned the house for an hour, after about 15 minutes of business. Mr Birla said the Coronavirus pandemic is on and every member has to take precautions. He then adjourned the House for an hour.

Farmer groups in Punjab, Haryana and some other States are protesting against the Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020, and The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020. On Monday, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar announced an increase in the MSP for six rabi crops for 2020-21 crop year (July-June) and 2021-22 marketing season. The MSP for wheat, the biggest crop of rabi season, has been hiked by 50 rupees to 1,975 rupees per quintal, the MSP for Gram has been increased by 225 rupees to 5,100 rupees per quintal, for barley by 75 rupees to 1,600 rupees per quintal.

As soon as the House assembled at 3 PM, D M Kathir Anand of DMK alleged that two persons, who claimed to be from the IB, barged into his room at Old Tamil Nadu House in Delhi and sought to know from him about issues to be raised by the party in Parliament. Anand claimed that the two persons also wanted to know what would be the party's strategy and about some local issues of Tamil Nadu. "They tried to interrogate me," he claimed, amidst protests by DMK leader Baalu and others. At this, Lok Sabha Speaker said the two persons could be frauds. Ravneet Singh Bittu of Congress also claimed that he and three other MPs from Punjab were brutally assaulted by Delhi police personnel outside Parliament on Monday evening when they were trying to take out a candle light march to Rashtrapati Bhavan against the two Farm Bills.


In more news, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with fitness influencers and citizens during a nation-wide online Fit India Dialogue on Thursday which is being organized to celebrate the first anniversary of the Fit India Movement. Among those who will participate range from Cricketer Virat Kohli to model and avid runner Milind Soman to nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar in addition to other fitness influencers.

Anyone can join the Fit India Dialogue over the NIC link, https://pmindiawebcast.nic.in from 11.30 am on Thursday.


Onto Sports now,

In IPL Cricket, Rajasthan Royals were 167 for 5 in 16.3 overs against Chennai Super Kings at Sharjah when reports last came in.

Earlier, Chennai won the toss and elected to bowl.


Now, let us take a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow.
The National Capital Delhi will have a generally cloudy sky with light rain or drizzle.
Mumbai and Chennai, will also have a generally cloudy sky with light rain or drizzle.

Kolkata will witness a generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers.

On to the North, in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the minimum temperature will be 24 degrees Celsius in Jammu while the maximum will be around 37 degrees. The city will have a mainly clear sky.

In Srinagar, the minimum temperature will be around 10 degrees while the maximum will be 30 degrees. The city will have mainly clear sky. As also Ladakh, where the temperature will hover between 2 and 24 degrees Celsius.

In Gilgit, the temperature will hover between 10 and 34 degrees Celsius. It will have a mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards afternoon or evening.

In Muzzafarabad, there will be mainly clear sky. The temperature will hover between 15 and 35 degrees Celsius.


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