External Affairs Minister Jaishankar will meet with his Russian counterpart in Moscow, the last lunar eclipse of the year (Chandra Grahan) Today, the Twitter handle of Congress and Bharat Jodo yatra The order to temporarily block will come today in the Gyanvapi case, also know what India said in the ongoing COP27 meeting on Climate Change?
On Tuesday, November 8, what will happen from politics to sports and international level, which news will we keep an eye on? To find out, read our roundup of 10 big news here.
1. External Affairs Minister Jaishankar and Russian Foreign Minister will meet today
For the first time after the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has reached the capital Moscow to hold talks with the Russian Foreign Minister. This visit of S Jaishankar is of two days. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that, “Jaishankar and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will hold talks on the use of the national currency for trade, including trade and investment, military technology and the energy sector.”
Jaishankar will also hold talks with Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade and Industry Denis Manturov during the visit.
Earlier, Moscow said that both Russia and India stand for a common system in the world, which has many centers.
Let us inform that earlier Jaishankar had visited Russia in July 2021.
2. A Bengaluru Court Orders Temporarily Blocking Congress’s Twitter Handle
A court in Bengaluru has ordered the temporary blocking of the Twitter handle of the Congress. The order came on a complaint by a music company, which alleged that the song from the film KGF-2 was used in the Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress led by MP Rahul Gandhi and it was a copyright issue.
Naveen Kumar, manager of MRT Music, had filed a complaint against three Congress leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, for allegedly using music from the superhit Kannada film KGF-2 during the Bharat Jodo Yatra touring Karnataka. Let us tell you that the court has also ordered to temporarily block the Twitter handle of the Bharat Jodo Yatra campaign.
Congress tweeted that it is not aware of the court proceedings and has not received any copy of this order.
3. The Supreme Court upheld the EWS reservation, two judges gave the decision in opposition
The Supreme Court, in a landmark decision on 7 November, while upholding the EWS reservation, has dismissed the question arising on its constitutionality. A 5-judge bench of the Supreme Court gave a 3-2 verdict in favor of EWS reservation. However, the two judges who do not agree with this include Chief Justice UU Lalit.
In favor of the judgment, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari said, “There is no violation of equality in maintaining EWS reservation and does not harm the infrastructure. Violation of the ceiling of 50% is not a violation of the basic structure of the Constitution and the 103rd Constitutional Amendment.” Cannot be called a violation of infrastructure.” Justice Bela Trivedi and Justice Pastorwal also agreed with Justice Maheshwari and spoke in its favor.
On the other hand, Justice S Ravindra Bhatt disagreed and said that our Constitution does not allow anyone to be excluded from profit and this amendment weakens the fabric of social justice and basic structure.
4. The last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible from 5.32 pm
The lunar eclipse is going to happen on November 8, which will be the second and last eclipse of the year 2022. The first lunar eclipse of this year took place on 16 May 2022, this lunar eclipse will be a total lunar eclipse. This eclipse can be seen in the eastern part of India, Patna, Ranchi, Kolkata, Siliguri, Guwahati. Talking about outside India, it can be seen in Eastern Europe, Northern Europe, Asia, Australia, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, North America, South America.
The lunar eclipse will start visible in India from 5:32 pm and will end at 6.18 pm.
5. In the COP27 conference, India said – developed countries do not pay attention to natural disasters
In his address at the COP27 climate conference in Egypt, Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav said that all the 13 countries in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea region, including India, have seen a reduction in deaths due to cyclones during the last 10 years.
He also said that one of the reasons for not paying attention to natural calamities is that the capable country is not affected by cyclones and hence they do nothing for it. They are also the biggest contributors to climate change while the most vulnerable areas are located between Cancer and the Capricorn. Most of the developing countries including India are located in such a place where its risk is high.
6. Ahead of the semi-final of the T20 World Cup, captain Rohit Sharma suffered a hand injury
There have been reports of injury to India’s captain Rohit Sharma during the practice session. The second semi-final match of the T20 World Cup will be played between India and England at the Adelaide Oval after just two days.
Rohit Sharma was batting in the nets during a practice session in Adelaide. The team’s throwdown specialist Raghu was throwing the ball to him. One of his balls went straight to the wrist of the right hand, after which Rohit appeared in pain. After this Rohit sat on the side and applied an ice pack on his hand.
How serious is this injury of Rohit Sharma, it has not been disclosed yet, but according to the report of Hindustan Times, after this injury, Rohit left the throwdown session and stayed away from the nets for about 40 minutes. However, Rohit made a comeback and started batting in full swing.
7. Whether Hindus will be able to worship in Gyanvapi campus or not, decision will come today
A Varanasi court will deliver its verdict today on a plea seeking worship of a ‘shivalinga’ allegedly found in the Gyanvapi mosque premises. The Civil Judge Senior Division Fast Track Court will give its verdict on this. There are three main demands of the petitioner – permission to start the Jyotirlinga prayer immediately, handing over the entire Gyanvapi complex to Hindus and banning the entry of Muslims inside the Gyanvapi complex.
8. PM Modi to Unveil Logo, Theme and Website of India’s G20 Presidency
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil the logo, theme and website of India’s G20 presidency on 8 November. India will get the presidency of G20 from December 1 this year. Earlier, the G20 summit is being organized in Bali, Indonesia on 15-16 November this year. Top leaders of the world including Prime Minister Modi will attend it.
According to the information given by the Ministry of External Affairs, Prime Minister Modi will launch the logo, theme and website of India’s G20 presidency through video conference at 4:30 pm. India will hold around 200 meetings across the country related to 32 different sectors during the presidency of the G20.
9. Need to update NPR – Ministry of Home Affairs
The Home Ministry said that the government is likely to bring a bill to amend the Birth and Death Registration Act so that the Government of India can have data related to it at one place. The Ministry of Home Affairs in its latest annual report has underlined the need to update the National Population Register (NPR) database across the country. However, this update will not be done in Assam.
10. America will vote for the midterm election today
Voting will be held in the US for the midterm elections on November 8. For the first time in US history, the threat of a global recession is looming, Russia and Ukraine are at war, Iran is witnessing massive protests, and midterm elections are being held amid problems like Aadi.
Ahead of the election, President Joe Biden warned on Monday that a Republican victory could undermine the country’s democratic institutions. He said, “Today we are facing many problems. We know that our democracy is in danger and we know that the time has come for you to save it.”