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Top 10 Hindi News: India lost ODI series; Explosion in Afghanistan, 16 killed


Breaking Morning News Headlines in Hindi: On the day of 30 November, many such incidents happened in the country and the world. While Bilkis Bano filed a review petition in the SC, there was a massive explosion in a madrasa while offering Namaz in Afghanistan.

Top 10 Hindi News: India lost ODI series;  Explosion in Afghanistan, 16 killed

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Today’s News Bulletin: Good morning, Namaskar, Adab! Hope you all have a good day today. With the rosy cold of the morning and a sip of hot tea in hand, we tell you about the news of Wednesday, which not only became news headlines, but those news also attracted the attention of the country and the world. On Wednesday, Bilkis Bano filed a review petition in the Supreme Court regarding the release of the convicts. At the same time, the Karnataka Waqf Board has decided to open a college for Muslim women.

On the other hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed that the Arvind Kejriwal-led party might not even be able to open its account in the state regarding the Aam Aadmi Party’s challenge in the Gujarat assembly elections. At the same time, the Karnataka High Court upheld the ban on PFI. On the other hand, China has been irritated by India-US military drills near the Line of Actual Control. Lathicharge was done on farmers and laborers in Punjab. Same, the new mastermind of the infamous organization Islamic Estate of Iraq and Syria ie ISIS, Abu al Hasan al Hashmi al Qureshi was killed.

Apart from this, there was a tremendous explosion in the madrasa while offering Namaz in Afghanistan on Wednesday. 16 people including 10 children died in this blast. At the same time, India had to face defeat in the three-match ODI series against New Zealand. Apart from this, earthquake tremors were felt in Iran and Dubai. Apart from this, there was a huge explosion in the coal mine of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. In this, 7 people died and 3 were injured.

There will be an eye on these news today. Voting is to be held on 89 seats in the first phase in Gujarat today. The fate of 788 candidates is at stake. At the same time, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will address several rallies in Gujarat. Let’s know about those big news which became part of the news bulletin: –

1. Bilkis Bano filed review petition in SC

Bilkis Bano has approached the Supreme Court seeking premature release of all 11 life convicts in the Bilkis Bano gangrape and murder case during the 2002 riots in Gujarat. Bilkis Bano has filed a review petition in the apex court, challenging a Supreme Court decision granting remission. The Gujarat government had released 11 convicts. Bilkis has demanded to send everyone back to jail. read full news

2. Karnataka Waqf Board to open college for Muslim women

The matter of Hijab dispute, which has been going on for a year in the country, is currently in the Supreme Court and the two-judge bench has now sent the matter to a larger bench for hearing. Hijab case started from a small town in Karnataka and now in view of this controversy Karnataka Waqf Board has announced that it is going to open 10 colleges for women in view of increasing demand of Muslims. read full news

3. China irritated by India-US military drills near LAC

China said on Wednesday that it opposes the Indo-US joint military exercise near the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Dragon said it violates the spirit of two border agreements signed between New Delhi and Beijing. The 18th edition of Indo-US joint military exercise Yudh Abhyas is currently underway in Uttarakhand, about 100 km from the Line of Actual Control. It aims to enhance interoperability and share expertise between the two armies in peacekeeping and disaster relief operations. read full news

India Us Military Drills

Indo-US joint military exercise near the Line of Actual Control (LAC)

4. Doubt on opening of AAP’s account in Gujarat

Union Home Minister Amit Shah downplayed the Aam Aadmi Party’s challenge in the Gujarat assembly elections, claiming that the Arvind Kejriwal-led party might not even be able to open its account in the state. Shah said, ‘Every party has the right to contest elections, but it depends on the people whether they accept the party or not.’ He further said, ‘AAP does not stay anywhere in the minds of the people of Gujarat. Wait for the election results, perhaps the names of AAP candidates may not appear in the list of successful candidates. read full news

5. Mehbooba came out in support of Lapid on Kashmir Files

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday supported Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, who criticized Hindi film The Kashmir Files, at the closing ceremony of the International Film Festival (53rd). He said that finally someone criticized this film. Let us tell you that Lapid had said that The Kashmir Files is a ‘propaganda’ and ‘obscene’ film. read full news

6. Karnataka HC upholds ban on PFI

The Karnataka High Court has upheld the recent ban imposed by the Central Government on the Popular Front of India (PFI). The single judge bench of Justice M Nagaprasanna has given the verdict on Wednesday. The ban was challenged by Nasir Ali, a resident of Bengaluru and the state president of the banned organization. On September 28, the central government had issued an order banning the organization and its affiliates for a period of five years with immediate effect. The Center took this action after raids on PFI offices and houses of its members across the country. read full news

Karnataka High Court

Karnataka High Court.

7. Tremendous blast in Madrasa in Afghanistan, 16 killed

There has been a big explosion in Afghanistan on Wednesday, in which at least 16 people have died and 24 have been injured. This bomb blast took place in Aibak city located in the middle of Afghanistan’s Samangan province. This information has been given by the local television channel Tolonews. According to the report, a Taliban official said that at least 10 students were killed in a bomb blast at a seminary in northern Afghanistan. The blast happened during the afternoon prayer. read full news

8. ISIS leader Abu Hasan al-Hashimi killed

Abu al-Hasan al-Hashmi al-Qureshi, the new mastermind of the infamous organization Islamic Estate of Iraq and Syria ie ISIS, has been killed. While giving this information on Wednesday, the Islamic State Jihadi group has said that Qureshi has died during a battle. A spokesman for the Islamic Estate said Hashimi, an Iraqi, was killed fighting with the enemies of Allah. read full news

9. India lost ODI series to New Zealand

New Zealand won the one-day series after losing the T20 series. Under the captaincy of Kane Williamson, the Kiwi team won the ODI series 1-0. Two matches of the ODI series were canceled due to rain while India had to face defeat in the first match. Team India was on the verge of defeat in the third ODI as well but the rain postponed it. India could only score 219 runs and in reply New Zealand team had scored 104 runs in 18 overs. Then it rained in Christchurch and according to the Duckworth-Lewis rule, the result of the match could not come and the match was cancelled. read full news

New Zealand Vs India One Day International Cricket

Team India lost ODI series to New Zealand

10. Lathicharge on farmers and laborers in Punjab

In Sangrur, Punjab, lathicharge was done on farmers and laborers sitting on protest outside the residence of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. Many farmers and laborers were injured in this incident. At the same time, BJP and Congress attacked Delhi Chief Minister and AAP’s national convenor Arvind Kejriwal regarding this incident. In fact, both these opposition parties believe that it was Kejriwal who ordered lathicharge on the farmers. read full news



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