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THE HEADLINES:

  • Government approves procurement of 14 lakh metric tonnes of pulses and oilseeds at MSP in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana and Haryana.
  • Full Election Commission to review preparedness for upcoming Assembly elections in Bihar today.
  • Centre releases COVID-19 Safe Workplace Guidelines for Industry.
  • Tamil Nadu government extends lockdown till October 31st with additional relaxations.
  • In IPL Cricket, Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi Capitals by 15 runs in Abu Dhabi.

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In our special series on the occasion of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, we begin this bulletin with Bapu Ki Baat. Addresing prisoners in a Jail, on 25th October  1947, Mahatma Gandhi had said, crime is a disease and jails should serve to treat the ailment.

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The Government has continued to procure Kharif 2020-21 crops at Minimum Support Price (MSP) from farmers as per its existing MSP Schemes. The Ministry of Agriculture said, based on the proposal from the States, approval has been accorded for procurement of over 14 Lakh Metric Tonnes  of Pulses and Oilseeds  for the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana and Haryana. It said, for other States and Union Territories, approval will also be accorded on receipt of proposal for Kharif Pulses and Oilseeds.

Inaugurating six mega projects in Uttarakhand under the Namami Gange Mission yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured farmers about continuity of guaranteed Minimum Support Price and government procurements of agri produce.

The Prime Minister said major reforms have been brought to empower farmers, workers, youth and women of the country. He criticized the opposition for launching agitation against the reforms in labour and farm sectors.  

The procurement of Paddy during the Kharif Marketing Season, 2020-21 has started from 26th September in Haryana and Punjab. So far, the Paddy Procurement of 3,164 Metric Tonnes  in Haryana and 13,256 Metric Tonnes in Punjab having MSP value of 31 crore rupees has been done from 1443 farmers of Haryana and Punjab. The procurement of paddy for the remaining States began on Monday.

The Ministry said, so far, the Government through its Nodal Agencies has procured 46.35 Metric Tonnes of Moong having MSP value of 33 lakh rupees benefitting 48 farmers in Tamil Nadu. Similarly, 5089 Metric Tonnes  of copra have been procured benefitting 3961 farmers in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. We spoke to Union Minister Raosaheb Patil Danve about the procurement:

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Full Election Commission led by Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora arrived in Patna last evening to review preparedness for the upcoming Assembly elections in Bihar. The team also comprising Election Commissioners Sushil Chandra and Rajiv Kumar is on a three day tour to the state. Soon after the arrival,  Chief Election Commissioner held a review meeting with Bihar Chief Electoral Officer and nodal officers.

Today, Election Commission team will hold meeting with representatives of different political parties. The team will also hold a review meeting in Patna with DMs and SPs of 26 districts.

Tomorrow, the EC team will go to Gaya where review meeting with DMs and SPs of 12 districts will be held. Before returning to Delhi on Friday, the Chief Election Commissioner will hold review meeting with Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Director General of police.

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Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Labour Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar have virtually released a booklet on ‘COVID-19- Safe Workplace Guidelines for Industry’ in the presence of Member (Health) in NITI Aayog, VK Paul.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Harsh Vardhan said, these guidelines are commendable and timely and it will help in welfare of the industrial workers. He said, the guidelines will act as a comprehensive planning guidance for employers and workers to use it to help identify risk levels of Covid-19 at individual workplace settings in their premises and to determine appropriate control measures. The Minister said, these guidelines consolidate all important measures into a ready reckoner of action points to make the workplace safe based on the bulwark of infection control measures like respiratory hygiene, frequent hand washing, social distancing and frequent sanitization of the workplace.

Dr Vardhan said, the Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed to the welfare of the workers. He said, as the country is moving towards the unlocking of economic activities, it is important that the guidelines are followed within the industry premises. He added that scientific prevention, precaution and positive attitude will help in the fight against COVID. He also lauded ESIC hospitals which are playing an important role in providing services to the COVID patients.

Labour Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar said, these guidelines for safety of industrial workers will encourage people. He said, it is important to prepare ourselves mentally for the present situation and spread awareness about the COVID appropriate behaviour.

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu who underwent a routine COVID-19 test has been tested positive. Vice President's Secretariat said, Mr Naidu is, asymptomatic and in good health. He has been advised home quarantine. Mr Naidu's wife Usha Naidu has been tested negative and is in self-isolation.

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The Health Ministry today said that as India witnesses high single day recoveries, several States and UTs are reporting more patients recovering than the new cases. In a tweet, the Ministry said, the average single day recoveries have touched a record high of 90 thousand in the recent days. It said, India's steep rise in recoveries has been possible due to focussed and effective implementation of Centre-led strategies through a 'Whole of Government' approach. The Ministry said, focus on 5Ts- TEST, TRACK, TRACE, TREAT, TECHNOLOGY- has resulted in high level of sustained nation wide outcomes.

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ICMR's second sero-survey findings released yesterday has revealed that one in 15 individuals aged 10 years and above were estimated to be exposed to SARS-CoV2 by August, showing that a considerable population is still susceptible to COVID-19. Briefing media yesterday, DG ICMR Dr Balram Bhargava said, 6.6 per cent of  over 29 thousand people, aged 10 and above, surveyed from 17th August to 22nd September showed evidence of past exposure to COVID-19 and 7.1 per cent of the adult population, aged 18 and above, also showed evidence of past exposure to it.

He said lockdown, containment and behavioural change at the population level have effectively checked the potential spread of SARS-CoV2. Dr Bhargava said the risk in urban slums was twice than that in non-slum urban areas and four times the risk in rural settings.

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The Uttar Pradesh government will establish L2 level covid hospitals in each and every district of the state for better treatment of Covid patients. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will inaugurate seven hundred bedded L2 level covid hospitals today which will help in strengthening the health services in state.

"These L2 level covid hospitals are in six districts of state which includes Bareilly Sant Kabir Nagar Shamli Amethi Mirzapur and Bhadohi. These hospitals will increase capacity of 700 beds for the treatment of covid patients in  state. Out of these 700 beds 300 beds are in Bareilly, 100 each in Amethi, Shamli and Bhadohi and 50 each in Mirzapur and Sant Kabir Nagar. To provide better health facilities and expert's advice for the serious patients Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has also asked to connect King George Medical University of Lucknow with district hospitals and Sanjay Gandhi postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences with different medical colleges of state through virtual ICU. SUSHIL CHANDRA TIWARI, AIR NEWS, LUCKNOW." 

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The Madhya Pradesh government has made it mandatory for all nursing homes and private hospitals to display the prescribed rates of treatment of COVID-19 at their reception counter. Prescribed rates of treatment will also have to be provided to the patient and the family of the patients. This order has been issued by the Health Department in compliance with the order of the High Court.

"The state government has also clarified that the rates of Corona treatment should not exceed more than 40 percent of the rates fixed on February 29 this year. The state health Commissioner has instructed the Chief Medical and Health officers of all the districts to ensure that the rates of treatment prescribed for COVID-19 is displayed at the reception counter of all nursing homes and private hospitals.Meanwhile, the numbers of COVID-19 cases in the state climbed up to around 1 lakh 26 thousand after 1 thousand 877 new cases were reported in the past 24 hours. According to the state health bulletin, 2 thousand 433 coronavirus patients were discharged from the hospitals yesterday taking the number of recovered cases in the state to 1 lakh marks. There are now 21 thousand 317 active cases in Madhya Pradesh. Sanjeev Sharma, AIR News, Bhopal."

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Odisha assembly, that began its monsoon session yesterday,was conducted smoothly amid Covid-19 restrictions. A number of members, including Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik participated in the proceedings through virtual mode.

"The impact of the ill-natured infection was writ large all over the house with members meticulously maintaining protocols of social distancing, face masking and hand sanitizing. In the first half of the sitting that was devoted to the memory of the departed leaders and covid warriors among others, even Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik moved the obituary references through digital mode from his residence. However the house that was united in paying homage in the first half, soon got devided in the second half, with opposition BJP and Congress taking strong exception to the Odisha University (Amendment) Bill 2020, tabled and defended by the BJD government. Amid the uproar, even as a member tore a copy of the contentious bill, the Higher Education Minister sought to allay opposition fear that the bill would dilute the autonomy of the Universities. Girish Chandra Dash, AIR News,  Bhubaneswar."

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In Gujarat, a total of 1 lakh 15 thousand 859 patients have recovered from Covid-19 till now. The recovery rate has also improved to 85.19 per cent.

"The total cases detected so far in Gujarat have reached up to 1 lakh 36 thousand 4. 1383 patients recovered during the last 24 hours. More than 43 lakh 56 thousand tests have been carried out in the state till date, out of which 62338 tests were carried out yesterday. Maximum 311 new cases reported from Surat. At present total active cases in the state are 16703, out of which 89 patients are on ventilator. 11 patients died yesterday taking the total deaths due to Covid19 up to 3442. Meanwhile, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has added 15 new areas in the micro containment zone following detection of new cases. Yogesh Pandya, AIR News, Ahmedabad."

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The civic corporation in Mumbai announced that people not wearing masks will not be allowed entry inside public transport buses, taxis and rickshaws. Officials said malls, offices and societies, among others, will paste 'no mask, no entry' stickers as part of the measures taken to increase awareness among people.

Among rising cases of Coronvirus in the metropolis and people’s careless attitude towards it, the civic body would now forcefully make people wear mask in public places to control the spread of deadly virus.  Chahal asked civic officials to enforce fines for mask violations strictly. Between April 1 and September 26, the civic body has fined 14,000 people in the metropolis for not wearing masks in public and collected nearly 53 lakh from them. BEST general manager Surendrakumar Bagde said the decision would be implemented strictly on the civic-run metropolitan bus service. Devapriyo Bhattacharjee, AIR NEWS, Mumbai."

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The Home department of Maharashtra government has issued guidelines for the upcoming Navratri and Dussehra festivals and urged people to celebrate them in a low-key manner due to the coronavirus outbreak. The government suggested to organise health and blood donation camps instead of dandiya, garba and cultural events involving mass participation. The state home department also asked, festival organisers and mandals to spread awareness about COVID-19, malaria and dengue among other diseases. As per the guidelines, the height of Goddess Durga idols installed in pandals has been capped at four feet and household ones at two feet.

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Tamil Nadu Government has extended the lockdown till October 31st with additional relaxations. In a statement yesterday in Chennai, Chief Minister Edappady Palaniswamy said the relaxations are aimed at boosting the state economy. 

"Notable among the relaxations include the doubling of the arrival of domestic flights at Chennai Airport to a hundred a day. The working hours for the hotels and tea stalls have been extended. All educational institutions, cinema halls, tourist places, beaches and museums will continue to remain closed. The Chennai suburban train service will continue to remain suspended. Earlier, shooting for the small screen has been permitted. Now it is extended to the silver screen a well, with the cap of a hundred people at a time at work. Reopening of schools and colleges will have to wait for more time, as the government plans to consult the parents before taking a call on it. Jayasingh, AIR News, Chennai."

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In Karnataka, highest number of single day surge in Covid 19 cases were reported yesterday. The state reported 10,453 new Covid  cases taking the tally  to 5,92,911. Bengaluru city alone recorded 4,868 cases.

"Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr. K.Sudhakar reviewed the situation yesterday on measures to contain the pandemic in the state. He has warned of stern action against  people who flout social distancing norms in public places.  Speaking to media after the meeting with expert committee regarding Covid -19,  the Minister said that State Government is pondering on imposing strict fine on those who flout the social distancing norms in public places.  A detailed directive will be out in a few days.  He also said that the government has plans to organize awareness programmes jointly in cooperation with cinema stars, religious heads, political leaders and artists on Covid 19 preventive measures. He appealed to public to follow home quarantine norms, wear mask, sanitise hands and maintain social distance in public places. R. MURTHY, AIR NEWS, BENGALURU."

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President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed condolences on the passing away of Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah who died in a hospital in the United States yesterday. He was 91.

In a tweet, Mr Modi described him as a beloved leader of the Arab world and a close friend of India. The Prime Minister said in this moment of grief our thoughts are with the Al-Sabah family and the people of Kuwait. He said the late leader played a leading role in strengthening bilateral relations and always took special care of the Indian community in Kuwait.

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On this day in 1932, Harijan Sevak Sangh was founded, when Gandhi Ji was in Yervada Jail, Pune and on fast. The immediate historical background dates back to the Second Round Table Conference in London in 1931 when Gandhi ji had opposed the segregation of the depressed classes of the Hindu community into a separate electoral group. Gandhi Ji saw in it a sinister device of the British government to create a split in the Hindu community in furtherance of its policy of divide and rule.

 "The Sangh was established to combat untouchability and a new weekly paper, the Harijan, was started. Harijan means children of God,  it was Gandhi Ji's name for the untouchables. On 20th September 1932, when the fast began, was observed as a day of fasting and prayer. At Shantiniketan, poet Tagore, dressed in black, spoke to a large gathering on the significance of the fast and the urgency of fighting an age-old evil. There was a spontaneous upsurge of feeling, temples, wells and public places were thrown open to the untouchables. A number of Hindu leaders met the representatives of the untouchables; an alternative electoral arrangement was agreed upon, and received the approval of the British Government before Gandhi broke his fast.The scrapping of separate electorates was only the beginning of the end of untouchability. Gandhi Ji always said, so long as the Hindus wilfully regard untouchability as part of their religion, so long as the mass of Hindus consider it a sin to touch a section of their brethren, Swaraj is impossible of attainment. Swaraj is as much for the untouchable as for the touchable. With Veerendra, Anupam Mishra, AIR News, Delhi."

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Hudali village near Belagavi district in Karnataka is a living monument of Gandhian way of life. It has imbibed Gandhian Philosophy and continues to live in the Gandhian way, even today. Mahatma Gandhi had spent a few days in the village in 1937 and introduced charkha and Khadi.

President of Karnataka Sarvodaya Mandali L.Narasimhaiah spoke to AIR News on how Hudali village even today follows Gandhi and his ideals and has become a proponent of village industry.

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The newly-launched alliance of the major Opposition parties in Pakistan yesterday announced that it will hold its first public rally against the Imran Khan-led government on October 11.

The country's main Opposition parties last week launched the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance to hold a countrywide protest movement to oust the ruling government.

A 26-point joint resolution was adopted by the All Parties Conference (APC) on September 20th, which was hosted by the Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) and attended by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) and several other parties.

Meanwhile Pakistan's Leader of the Opposition and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Shahbaz Sharif,  the younger brother of three-time former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, was sent on a 14-day physical remand yesterday by court in assets beyond means and money laundering case, a day after he was arrested by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in Lahore.

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In IPL Cricket, Rashid Khan's brilliant performance and Bhuvneshwar Kumar's gutsy show with the ball guided Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) to a 15 run win over Delhi Capitals (DC) in Abu Dhabi last night.

Rashid took three key wickets of Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, and Rishabh Pant to hand Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) their first win of the tournament. He was adjudged the Man of the Match.

Defending the total, leg-spinner Rashid (3/14) returned with three crucial wickets, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/25) scalped two and T Natarajan and Khaleel Ahmed took 1 wicket each to restrict Delhi Capitals to 147 for 7 in 20 overs for a deserving win.

Earlier after being asked to bat first, Jonny Bairstow (53 off 48), scored his second fifty of the tournament while David Warner (45 off 33 balls) and Kane Williamson (41 off 26 ) also came up with valuable contributions, helping Sunrisers Hyderabad post a competitive 162 for the loss of 4 wickets in 20 overs.

Earlier, Delhi Capitals won the toss and elected to bowl.

In today's fixture, Rajasthan Royals will take on Kolkata Knight Riders in Dubai.

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In French Open Tennis, World number one Djokovic, eased past Sweden's Mikael Ymer, ranked 80, in straight sets 6-Nil, 6-2, 6-3. It was his 32nd win in 33 matches in 2020 and kept him on course for a second French Open title following his 2016 triumph, and 18th career major.

Earlier, Seventh seed Matteo Berrettini of Italy also won before rain suspended play on the outside courts.

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Today’s weather forecast

The National Capital Delhi will have mainly clear sky. The minimum temperature was recorded at 23 degree Celsius and maximum is expected to be around 37 degree.

In Mumbai, there will be rain or thundershowers would occur towards afternoon or evening. The minimum temperature was 25 degree Celsius and the maximum will be around 32 degree.

Chennai will have generally cloudy sky with light rain or Drizzle. The temperature is likely to hover between 27 and 35 degree Celsius.

Kolkata will witness partly cloudy sky with possibility of moderate rain or thunderstorm. The minimum temperature in the metropolis was 27 degree celsius while the maximum is expected to be around 34 degree.

On to the North, in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the minimum temperature was 21 degree Celsius in Jammu while the maximum will be around 35 degree. The city is likely to have mainly clear sky.

In Srinagar, the minimum temperature was around 9 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 27 degree. The city will have mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards afternoon or evening.

Ladakh will have mainly clear sky. The temperature is likely to hover between 2 and 22 degree Celsius.

In Gilgit, the temperature is likely to hover between 11 and 26 degree Celsius. It will have Partly cloudy sky becoming generally cloudy towards afternoon or evening or night.

In Muzzafarabad, there will be mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards afternoon or evening. The temperature is likely to hover between 15 and 33 degree Celsius.

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Newspaper Headlines

  • India rejecting China's 'unilateral' claims on the LAC gets highlighted by newspapers.

  • "Never accepted unilaterally defined 1959 LAC: India on China's assertion" headlines the Statesman.  "India retorts as China provokes" writes the Pioneer. The Asian Age quotes the IAF Chief - "Uneasy 'no war, no peace' in Ladakh now". 

  • The Asian Age reports "Jaishanker in Tokyo on Oct 6-7: 'Quad' to send signal to China" -- Quad here referring to the US, India, Japan & Australia.

  • Several papers highlight the outrage over the death of a 19 year old Dalit rape victim. "Gang-raped & tortured, Dalit teen dies after 15-day battle" headlines the Times of India.  "Hathras Nirbhaya succumbs to brutality" reports the Pioneer.

  • The Financial Express writes "Over 9 crore infected shows (ICMR's second National) Sero Survey". The Asian Age reveals "One in every 15 individuals has been exposed to Covid 19 virus by August".

  • The Hindustan Times reports "women outwork men 10 times to one when it comes to unpaid house chores says a government report."

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