!# ! Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2018-2020 INDORE BHOPAL UJJAIN MUMBAI PUNE * $")+ ) $* *%'"( *%( ) "" () ' Polls no solution, hold talks with Pak: Mehbooba Rajinikanth to brainstorm on 'political entry' "'+, ,! $ *() ( ( ,(*+ "'+, ."+"' !"& ', *"' )(%"," + ,() +, * #"'"$ ',! "+ %% + , ,( %" * , ,! )(++" "%",1 ( !"+ )(%"," % ',*1 /",! ,! * *+ ( !"+ (*-& ( " (' (' 1 ! & ,"' $$ % /",! #"'" ' * & + "+,*" , ! % + * , *" + /(-% ! . ' * ,(* + , ,! ' ) &! * %1 ' ,! & ' * & + " Battle for Hyd: High-octane campaign ends ! !" ! *"&('"(-+ " % ' &) " ' 1 )(%"," % ) *," + (* ,! * , * -'" ") % 1 * (' (*)(* ,"(' ' -' 1 , )& + ,,"' ,! & * (* ,! +, () ,,% (* 1 * *+ "' %- "' ",+ % )* +" ', ' "'"+, * &", ! ! (& &) " ' "' ,! *-' -) ,( ,! )(%%+ /!"% (*$"' * +" ', +!(-% * ,! * +)('+" "%",1 (* !"+ ) *,1 Navy finds debris of MiG-29K in Arabian Sea ! .1 ! + ' " ' *"+ ( * (. * +(& "* * , ,! , " ,! 1+ / ', &"++"' ,!* ( $ "' ,! * " ' ( ( +, ,! +)($ +) *+(' + " (' "' ,! + * ! -' 1 (',"'- /",! +!")+ ' "* * , (* &"++"' )"%(, * "+! ', "' ! Chouhan to meet Modi tomorrow Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is going to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on December 1. The Chief Minister is going to present to the Prime Minister the Covid situation prevailing in the state and the work done to control the pandemic and also in the post-lockdown period. He is also going to present the road map of Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh to Modi. The Chief Minister is going to discuss the issues related to housing-for-all, Smart City Project and other important development projects in the state with the Prime Minister. Rejecting the Centre's offer to hold talks once they move to the Burari ground, agitating farmers who have been staying put at Delhi's borders for four days said on Sunday they will not end the blockade and will continue their stir against the new farm laws. After a meeting of over 30 farmer groups on Sunday, their representatives said they will not move to the Burari ground as it is an "open jail". They said the farmers will not accept any conditional dialogue and will block all five entry points to Delhi. "The condition laid down by Home Minister Amit Shah is not acceptable to us. We will not hold any conditional talks. We reject the government's offer. The blockade will not end. We will block all five entry point to Delhi," Surjeet S Phul, Bhartiya Kisan Union's Punjab president, told reporters. "The condition put for talks is an insult to farmers. We will never go to Burari. It is not a park but an open jail," he added. After spending another night in the cold, thousands of farmers continued to protest against the Centre's new agri laws on the fourth consecutive day on Sunday, staying put at the Singhu and Tikri border points. "We do not accept the condition of their (govt) proposal. We are ready to UP registers first case under anti-love jihad law Uttar Pradesh has registered its first case under the new anti-conversion law in Bareilly district based on a complaint from the father of a young woman. The case was registered at the Devarniyan police station in Bareilly district on Saturday officials said. , In a statement issued here on Sunday Additional Chief , Secretary (Home) Awanish Awasthi said a case was registered by Tikaram, a resident of Sharif Nagar village under Devarniyan police station (in Bareilly), who accused a man -- Uvaish Ahmed -- of the same village of trying to convert his daughter through "allurement" (bahla-phuslaakar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talk but will not accept any condition now," said Gurnam Singh Chadhoni, Haryana unit president for the Bhartiya Kisan Union. Darshan Pal, Punjab president of Krantikari Kisan Union, said, "The government has invited us to talk with conditions. The environment should be created for a conversation. We will not talk if there are any conditions". Union Home Minister Amit Shah had appealed to the farmers to shift to !$ ' %# "!& #% %" $ Late music composer Wajid Khan's wife, Kamalrukh Khan, has claimed she was subjected to "scare tactics" and was made an "outcast" by her in-laws after she refused to convert to Islam. Wajid Khan of composer duo Sajid-Wajid passed away in June. Opening up about her experience through an unverified Instagram handle, Kamalrukh said she is a Parsi who got married to the "Dabangg" composer under the Special Marriages Act. As per her profile, Kamalrukh is a clinical psychotherapist and in the lengthy post shared on Fri- the Burari ground and had said the Centre was ready to hold discussions with them as soon as they move to the designated place. A delegation of the farmers has been invited for a discussion on December 3, he said, adding now that some of their unions have demanded that talks should be held immediately, the central government is ready to do so as soon as the protesters shift to the ground in Burari. # %" day said, she grew up in an environment where education, independence of thought and "democratic" value system was encouraged, but it clashed with her husband's family . "An educated, thinking, independent woman with an opinion was just not acceptable. And resisting the pressures of conversion was sacrilege. I have always respected, participated and celebrated all faiths. "But my resistance to convert to Islam drastically widened the divide between me and my husband, making it toxic enough to destroy our relationship as husband and wife, and his ability to be a present father to our kids," she claimed. # Harsher winter may sweep North India North India is likely to expect a harsher winter and the ossibility of cold waves occurring could be more this season, India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said on Sunday . The IMD, in its winter forecast for December to February, said below nor- mal minimum temperatures are likely over north and central India. "The winter is likely to be harsher in north India this season. The probability of occurrence of cold waves is more," Mohapatra said. He added that the night temperatures in north India are likely to be below normal, while the day temperatures are expected to be above normal. The west coast and south India are likely to witness above normal minimum temperatures. "During the upcoming winter season (December to February), below normal minimum temperatures are likely over most subdivisions of north, northwest, central and few subdivisions over east India," the IMD said in its winter forecast. # Kulhad pe charcha: Rlys to be plastic-free Tea will be sold in environment-friendly 'Kulhads' (earthen cups) in place of plastic cups at all railway stations in the country, Railway minister Piyush Goyal said on Sunday . Speaking at an event organised at the Digawara railway station in Rajasthan's Alwar district, the minister said the initiative will be the contribution of the Railways towards a plastic-free India. "Tea is given in 'Kulhads' at nearly 400 railway stations in the country today, and in future, it is our planning that tea will be sold only in 'Kulhads' at all the railway stations in the country This will be the . contribution of the Railways towards a plastic-free India," he said. The minister said before addressing this gathering, he was having tea in a 'Kulhad' and the taste was really different. 'Kulhad' saves the environment and lakhs of people get employment from it, he said. The minister was speaking at an event to mark the inauguration of the newly electrified DhigawaraBandikui section under north-western Railways. The minister said before the Narendra Modi government came to power in 2014, the railway sector was ignored in Rajasthan as electrification had not been taken up in the last 30 years after the electrification of Delhi-Mumbai route. He said the investment by Railways and infrastructure development projects in Rajasthan have increased multiple times be- tween 2014-2020 as compared to that between 20092014. Goyal said 65 underpasses were constructed from 2009-14 while 378 underpasses have been constructed from 2014- September 2020. He said only four overbridges were constructed in five years till 2014 whereas 30 such bridges have been constructed from 2014 to September 2020. The minister said electrification of railway lines across the country will save the environment as engines will run on electricity produced in the country saving , fuel, money and time. Also, the speed of trains will also be increased, he said. PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday said elections are no solution to the Kashmir problem and called for a dialogue between India and Pakistan to address the issue. She also accused the BJPled government at the Centre of "murdering the democracy" in the name of District Development Council polls as alliance candidates were being confined to homes while others enjoyed full freedom to campaign. "Election is no solution to the Kashmir problem. There should be a dialogue between the two countries. If we are talking to China, which has taken our land, why not with Pakistan? Is it about being a Muslim country because everything is communal now," Mehbooba said. !& *" CBI puts lover boy behind bars A young man from Uttar Pradesh has landed in the custody of the CBI three years after he had eloped with a teenager from Bhind in Madhya Pradesh. They married and are now the parents of a two-and-a-half-year old boy The couple, who was . living in Patiala district of Punjab, was traced by the CBI on the orders of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. Arun Pal of Dhoota village of Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh was in love with a teenager of the same village. When her family came to know of their affair, the girl was sent off to ! /(& ' / + )* + ', (* " ! (-*, + +! * -+ ,( ( ,( ! * ) * ',+ )% +! / + + ', ,( *" "$ , ' %(' /",! ,/( ' ! % 1 * (% (1 1 ,! (-*, + ' "', *"& ** ' & ', her aunt's place at Raun in Bhind district. Arun Pal reached Raun on his bike and eloped with her. The girl's family lodged a report of abduction with police. However, when the police of both Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh failed to trace her, the family moved the Gwalior bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. The CBI traced the couple and arrested the husband on Tuesday who was presented before a Patiala court for transit remand. # PM to talk to 3 teams involved in developing Covid vaccine Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with three teams involved in developing Covid-19 vaccine via video conferencing on Monday . The Prime Minister's Office said in a tweet on Sunday that the three teams are from Gennova Biophar- ma, Biological E and Dr. Reddy's. "Tomorrow, on 30th November, 2020, PM @narendramodi will interact, via video conferencing, with three teams that are in- volved in developing a Covid-19 vaccine. The teams he will interact with are from Gennova Biopharma, Biological E and Dr Reddy's," it said. Modi had on Saturday visited Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Pune to review the development and manufacturing process of coronavirus vaccines at facilities in these cities.