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Delhi named as world’s most polluted city; AQI recorded at 527

As per the data by Air Visual on the World Air Quality Index (AQI), Delhi has been named as the most polluted city in the world with AQI of 527. According to Air Visual, Delhi broke the highest records on November 5 when the air quality dipped into the hazardous range and lasted for nine consecutive days. In India, three cities including Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata are in the bad air quality list. Pakistan’s Lahore ranked second with 234 and third-ranked Uzbekistan’s Tashkent with 185 air index quality. Src: https://bit.ly/2ppnci0

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Instagram to expand its Private likes feature test in India

Instagram has announced to expand its Private Like Counts test globally, including in India. In the test, the account holder can still see likes by tapping on the liker list of his post, but others will not be able to see how many the post has received. Vishal Shah, Vice President of Instagram said that the feedback of the early testing has been positive and they are continuing the test to learn more about the global community for the fundamental change in the Instagram app. The test had begun in Canada in May 2019. Src: https://bit.ly/378JXI0

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The process to form govt begins; NCP-Cong-Sena will run govt full 5 years: Sharad Pawar

NCP Chief Sharad Pawar held a press conference and informed that the process to form the government has begun and the government will run for full 5 years. Pawar will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi on 17th November to discuss and finalize the decision. However, NCP leader Nawab Malik stated that the government is likely to be formed in 20 days. The CM will be from Shiv Sena, Malik added. Src: https://bit.ly/3531S0N

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Odisha’s booklet claims Mahatma Gandhi died in an accidental death

Recently, in Odisha's government booklet, Mahatma Gandhi’s death was described as an accidental death. The booklet “Aama Bapuji: Eka Jhalaka”, stated that Gandhi died due to accidental reasons in a sudden sequence of events that occurred on January 30, 1948, at Delhi's Birla House. After it came into light, the government ordered an investigation on the publication and will take action against who misrepresented the facts. Src: https://bit.ly/2rKEnLD

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