COFFIN

30 ANCIENT COFFINS UNEARTHED IN EGYPT

ANM News Desk: 30 ancient wooden coffins have been recently discovered in the southern city of Luxor.

Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, told the coffins, with inscriptions and paintings, were found in the Asasif Necropolis on the Nile River’s west bank near Luxor.

AIRPLANE

DRUNK MAN WRAPPED WITH CELLOPHANE IN FLIGHT AFTER CAUSING CHAOS

ANM News Desk: A flight from Moscow to Phuket turned out to be a complete nightmare when a drunk man had to be wrapped with cellophane and dropped off in Uzbekistan after an emergency landing.

He reportedly tried opening the emergency door of the plane while the flight was at a height of 33,000ft.

A doctor was called in, who tried to calm the drunk man down but it did not seem to work. The cabin crew had to finally tie him down with a cellophane wrap.

SONOWAL

NO GOVERNMENT JOBS FOR PEOPLE WITH MORE THAN 2 CHILDREN: ASSAM GOVERNMNT

ANM News Desk: The Assam Cabinet on October 21 declared that no government jobs will be given to people having more than two children after January 1, 2021.

MODI

PM MODI TO ADDRESS BJP WORKERS IN VARANASI ON OCTOBER 24

ANM News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address BJP workers of Varanasi constituency on October 24, the day the result of Maharashtra nad Haryana assembly elections will be announced.

FB

NEW RULES ON CHECKING SOCIAL MEDIA MISUSE TO BE FINALISED BY JANUARY 2020

ANM News Desk: The Centre on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that new rules to regulate hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media will be finalised by January 15.  The apex court asked Centre to submit its report in January 2020 on notifying of rules to check social media misuse.

VIJAYVARGIYA

MAMATA BANERJEE’S GOVERNMENT DOESN’T FOLLOW THE CONSTITUTION: KAILASH VIJAYVARGIYA

ANM News Desk: BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Tuesday accused the Mamata Banerjee-led government in West Bengal of not following the Indian Constitution.

KAPIL SIBAL

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT IS NOT CONCERNED ABOUT THE POOR: KAPIL SIBAL

ANM News Desk:   Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Tuesday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led central government and said that they were putting money in the pockets of rich people and not concerned about the poor.

MODI ABHIJIT

INDIA IS PROUD OF ABHIJIT BANERJEE’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS: PM MODI

ANM News Desk:  Indian-American Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee, who won the Nobel Prize for Economics this year, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the his residence on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister took to Twitter and wrote, “Excellent meeting with Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee. His passion towards human empowerment is clearly visible. We had a healthy and extensive interaction on various subjects. India is proud of his accomplishments. Wishing him the very best for his future endeavours.”

Banerjee won  along with wife and noted economist Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.”

RAJNATH

NAVY HAS STAYED ALERT TO ENSURE 26/11 DOESN’T REPEAT: RAJNATH SINGH

ANM News Desk: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday stated that the Navy has maintained vigilance to ensure that 26/11 is not repeated.

SATYAPAL

WILL CROSS LOC IF PAK DOESN’T MEND WAYS: GOVERNOR SATYA PAL MALIK

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said that if Pakistan doesn’t mend its way, the army will cross the LoC and destroy all the militant camps there.

Governor Malik’s statement comes close on the heels of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat’s statement that three militants have been destroyed in an artillery strike across the LoC.

“Pakistan must behave. If they don’t mend their ways, what happened yesterday, more than that will happen,” Governor Malik told reporters on the sidelines of Police Commemoration Day at Zewan on Srinagar outskirts.

Malik said that war is a bad thing and no solution to the issues. But if Pakistan doesn’t mend its ways and stop sending infiltrators to this side army will cross LoC and damage all militant camps there.

In a veiled message to militants, Governor Malik said that these “boys who are shouting” must join peace process and start their new journey in new Kashmir.  “I want to ask these boys who are roaming around, what they have achieved. They must join the journey of new Kashmir and contribute towards it,” he said.

He was apparently referring to November 1 when Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh would officially be declared as Union Territories (UTs).  On August 5, Centre scrapped the 70-year-old special status to Jammu and Kashmir and announced J&K and Ladakh as two different UTs.