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Top news of the day October 9, 2021

The main headlines of the day and more.

After two men were arrested in the case on October 7, police posted a notice outside Ashish Mishra’s home asking him to appear in front of her in connection with the violence that killed eight people.

The violence in Lakhimpur Kheri is an attempt to terrorize the people, says the umbrella organization of farmers’ unions.

The 13th round of talks with the corps commander will take place on October 10 in Moldo on the Chinese side across from Chushul at 10.30 a.m., a defense official said.

Nawab Malik showed photos and videos of three people – BJP leader’s brother-in-law Mohit Bhartiya, Rishabh Sachdeva, Pratik Gabha and Amir Furniturewala – entering and leaving the NCB office, claiming they were after phone calls from the BJP leader from Delhi.

India has so far given over 94 million Covid-19 vaccine doses.

According to the IT department, the searches found several safe deposit boxes, 16 of which were in operation.

Diesel now costs 100.29 yen per liter in Mumbai and 92.47 yen in Delhi.

The meeting was jointly chaired on October 8 by Secretary of Defense Ajay Kumar and US Secretary of the Protection of Politics Colin Kahl.

Seasoned journalist and head of Filipino news site Rappler said Facebook’s algorithms “prefer spreading lies riddled with anger and hatred over facts.”

During the last outage, some users couldn’t load their Instagram feeds while others couldn’t send messages on Facebook Messenger.

Reliance Industries was the top winner in the Sensex pack, followed by Infosys, Tech Mahindra, HCL Tech, TCS and L&T.

A variety of reasons, including economic recovery and geopolitics, are responsible for the trend.

Batting first, India put in an awkward performance, only scoring 118 for nine, largely due to 37 of 26 balls from Pooja Vastrakar.

Delhi Capitals were the best team in the league and their 20-point result in the group stage was an indication of their consistent performance that did not deteriorate due to the COVID-19 forced break.

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