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The big news: Ayodhya on high alert ahead of Shiv Sena, VHP events, and nine other top stories

Other headlines: Sushma Swaraj declines Pakistan invite to attend groundbreaking ceremony of Kartarpur corridor, and Karnataka actor-politician Ambareesh dies.

A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Prohibitory orders imposed in Ayodhya ahead of Shiv Sena and VHP events on Sunday: The BJP government is using Ayodhya dispute to hide its failures, Mayawati alleged.
  2. Sushma Swaraj to skip Pakistan’s foundation-laying ceremony of Kartarpur corridor, will send two ministers: The government has deputed Union ministers Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri to attend the ceremony on November 28.
  3. Actor and politician Ambareesh dies at 66: The state government has announced three days of mourning.
  4. Remains of Indian pilot who captained crashed Indonesian Lion Air flight identified: Bhavye Suneja and his crew reportedly experienced multiple malfunctions almost immediately after the Boeing 737 Max plane took off from the Jakarta airport.
  5. Gauri Lankesh’s killers linked to Sanathan Sanstha, murder wasplanned for five years, says chargesheet: The journalist was shot dead outside her house in Bengaluru on September 5, 2017.
  6. Mary Kom becomes first boxer to win six world championship titles; Sonia wins silver: The 35-year-old beat Ukraine’s Hanna Okhota in the 48kg category final by a unanimous decision.
  7. Police arrest man who allegedly threw the grenade at the Nirankari Bhavan in Amritsar: This is the second arrest in the case. Both accused have no prior criminal history, the police said.
  8. TV actor withdraws molestation complaint against filmmaker Subhash Ghai: Kate Sharma told a newspaper that she was ‘fed up’ with police inaction.
  9. Congress is mocking my mother as it cannot confront me, says PM Narendra Modi in Madhya Pradesh: Rahul Gandhi, meanwhile, says the PM betrayed and lied to people about jobs.
  10. Muslim burial sites have almost vanished in Delhi, remaining space won’t last 2 years, says report: The Delhi Minorities Commission attributed the situation to encroachment by public and government agencies.



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