The National Opinion Top 10

According to The National Opinion below is the list of Top 10 such news that have been a headline for a week and created buzz on social media platforms across the world and have been of great importance to National and International media and public.

1. Inconclusiveness Between The Centre and farmers..

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Talks between the Centre and the representative group of farmers remained inconclusive as farmers are still agitating on the Delhi borders. Farmer’s leader categorically told the media that they have listed some drawbacks in the three contentious farm laws and suggested government to accept their mistakes and bring amendments to change the laws. Though farmers pushes for the special session of the Parliament yet the government had decided to cancel the winter session of the Parliament.

2. India Tops The Covid19 Vaccine Orders Globally With 1.6 Billion Doses..

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As of November 30, “confirmed Covid-19 vaccine doses” for which orders have been placed, having “concluded contracts to get 1.6 billion doses“. India made a deal with three global vaccine candidates. India with be getting 500 million doses of the Oxford University vaccine from Astrazeneca, 1 billion from the US company Novavax Inc and 100 million doses from Russia’s Gamaleya Research Institute who manufactured and developed Sputnik-V.

3. What Do You Think About Rajinikanth’s Politics?

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Ending intimidating yet intriguing speculations over the decades, finally Rajinikanth has made its debut in the politics and confirmed the launch of his own political party in January 2021. He has promised the emergence of “Spiritual Politics” because he believes “political change is very important”. Only five months left to prepare for his party for polls, Rajinikanth would be looking for allies and would his option be the saffron party?

4. India Says UN Is Selective When Condemning Attacks On Religions..

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India on Wednesday made a brave statement against the United Nations that it was “selective” when condemning attacks on religions and failed to acknowledge the rising hatred and violence against Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism. “India fully agrees that anti-Semitism, Islamaphobia and anti-Christian acts need to be condemned and the country also firmly condemns such acts,” but added, it “fails to acknowledge the rise of hatred and violence against Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism also,” first secretary to UN says.

5. Aussie PM Offered “Happy Coexistence” To China..

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After days of hustle and tensions between Australia and China, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison offered the Beijing “Happy Coexistence”. “My position and my government’s position is to seek constructive engagement,” Morrison said. “The relationship with China is a mutually beneficial one. It supports both our countries, it is good for both of our countries.”

6. Spice King Dies At 98..

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‘Mahashay’ Dharampal Gulati the iconic owner of the Indian Spices company Mahashian Di Hatti (MDH) passed away on Thursday at a New Delhi hospital. He was going through a post Covid19 treatment, suffered cardiac arrest. The highest paid FMCG CEO a few years back. The most popular entrepreneur was conferred the Padma Bhushan last year for trade and industry.

7. China Planned Galwan Clash: US Commission Report.. The National Opinion TOP 10

According to US Commission Report said, “Some evidence suggested the Chinese government had planned the incident, potentially including the possibility for fatalities,” the report said. The report said, Several weeks prior to the clash [Chinese} Defense Minister Wei [Fenghe] made his statement encouraging Beijing to “use fighting to promote stability.”

8. Lucknow Municipal Corporation Listed In BSE… The National Opinion TOP 10

Bonds of Lucknow Municipal Corporation listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Wednesday. LMC raised total of Rs 200 crores through these ten years bonds by offering investors 8.5% interest per annum. These funds will be used for infrastructure projects in the city. Bangalore Municipal Corporation issued a municipal bond for the first time in 1997. Look at your city and ask is my city a good investment?

9. India Won The Third One Day Internationals Vs Australia..

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A change of venue resulted in the change of fortune, India won its third ODI though lost the ODI series against Australia yet managed to defeat the Australia’s mammoth of a total in the last two matches by scoring 302 runs. Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja became the match saviour from the middle order of the team. The duo put on 150 in an unbroken sixth-wicket stand — with 76 coming in the last five overs.

10. India Once Again For Cyclone…

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Cyclone Burevi named by The Maldives slammed into Srilanka’s eastern coast on Wednesday night. It is expected to cross the south Tamil Nadu coast, between Kanyakumari and Pamban, later tonight or early morning tomorrow.

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