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EC issues notice to Union Minister Anurag Thakur

The Election Commission of India (EC) has issued notice to Union Minister Anurag Thakur for his alleged controversial speech made at an election rally in Delhi. Thakur has been given time till January 30 to reply to the EC notice. The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi stated that in a report to the ECI that Thakur raised the slogans 'Desh ke gaddaro ko, goli maaro saalo ko' many times while addressing a public meeting in Rithala on January 27. Src:

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9 killed, 18 injured after a bus, rickshaw falls into well in Maharashtra

In Maharashtra's Nashik city, at least nine people have lost their lives and 18 others have been injured after a bus and a rickshaw fell into a well ramming into each other in Deola area. According to the police, the death toll may go up as the rescue and search operation is still underway. A senior police officer stated that the injured people have been shifted to the hospital. Media reports added that the bus was on its way from Malgaon to Kalwan. The driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle after its rear tire burst. Src:


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Remain calm, don't overreact, WHO confident of epidemic prevention: Chinese envoy to India

Hours after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) approved the Air India flight to Wuhan for the evacuation of Indian citizens from the Coronavirus affected city, the Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong urged the international community to remain calm and not overreact. Weidong further said that the WHO is confident in China's epidemic prevention and control ability. Earlier, Air India officials had reported that its carrier Boeing 747 is on standby for the evacuation fo Indians from Wuhan. Waiting for the govt decision. Src:

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Air India suspends Kunal Kamra indefinitely for unacceptable conduct on IndiGo flight

Hours after Kunal Kamra got suspended by IndiGo from flying for six months, Air India also barred the stand-up comedian from boarding the state-owned airline for an indefinite period. Air India, on its Twitter handle, stated that the airline wishes to inform that the conduct of the person concerned is unacceptable. With a view to discourage such behaviour onboard flights, Mr. Kunal Kamra is suspended from flying on any Air India flight until further notice. The action comes after Kamra shared a video of him confronting journalist Arnab Goswami on an IndiGo flight. Src:

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