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Top News Briefing/ PM Narendra Modi Addresses the Country Ahead of Festivities and Other Updates


Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the the country on Tuesday and highlighted the significance of continuing to take precautions even as the lockdown imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic has been removed and the festivities are drawing near. He said that the people of the country had made it possible to bring the virus under control and thus they should continue to be careful about not spreading it further with precaution and vigilance.

Andhra Pradesh Decides to Open Up Schools From November 2: Andhra Pradesh government has announced its plans of opening schools for children in the state from November 2 even as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on the country. It has been decided by the government that although it is opening the schools, the classes will only be conducted on alternative days.

Kamal Nath Refuses to Apologise for Calling Woman Leader “Item”: Kamal Nath has come into the news because of his controversial remark and comment regarding BJP leader Imarti Devi as an “item” at an election meeting in Gwalior district. The NCW Chairperson Rekha Sharma has condemned the remark made by the Congress leader.

Slipper Thrown at RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav at Bihar Election Rally: RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav was attacked with a slipper during a campaign that he was doing for his party ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in the state. The video clip of the incident is becoming viral on social media.

Coaches of Gorakhpur-Kolkata Special Train Derails :The coaches of the Puja special train had derailed between Silaut and Siho in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district in Bihar. No casualties have been reported. Many trains have been delayed due to the derailment.

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