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Decline in active case-load in some worst-affected states, but Delhi records highest jump in 24 hours

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 October 2020
The trajectory of active case-load of Covid infections has been diverse across the country with some of the worst-affected states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala reporting a decline in numbers over 24 hours while Delhi remained a cause of concern with an additional 1574 active cases over the previous day.
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With the arrest of five accused crime branch of Delhi police busted "Band Baaja Baarat" gang. Police team also apprehended two juvenile offenders, who were committing theft of bags containing 'shagun', jewellery and cash from wedding venues. Various incidents reported that gang was active in Delhi and NCR, committing theft at wedding venues during ceremonies. In This regard the team of Crime Branch started analyzing all the available video footage of the wedding ceremonies and deployed informers at various prominent wedding banquet halls, farmhouses. Efforts of the team bore fruit when a tip was received. On this police conducted a raid and arrested five accused and apprehended two juvenile offenders when they were leaving Delhi and moving to their village in MP. During interrogation, accused persons disclosed that they hailed from a small village - Gulkheri in district Rajgarh of MP. During the wedding season they visit Delhi and NCR to commit theft at wedding venues during ceremonies.

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Karnataka Karnataka State in southern India

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Police detained pro-Kannada activists staging a demonstration at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Chowk in Kalaburagi as part of Karnataka bandh against the formation of Maratha Development Authority (MDA) on December 05. Pro-Kannada organisations have called for a 'bandh' today against the state govt's decision to form MDA. Meanwhile, pro-Kannada activists were also seen marching from Mekhri Circle towards the Chief Minister's residence in Bengaluru.

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Pro-Kannada organisations have called for a 'bandh' on December 05 against Karnataka govt's decision to form Maratha Development Authority (MDA). The protest came after BJP-ruled Karnataka approved the establishment of the MDA. Metro stations and bus stands were seen wearing a deserted look in Bengaluru. Earlier, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa has appealed to pro-Kannada organisations not to go for bandh against the formation of MDA.

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Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu State in southern India

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The nation is remembering former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on her 4th death anniversary on Dec 05. An event was organised to mark her death anniversary in Chennai which was attended by Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi K Palaniswami and Dy CM O Panneerselvam. AIADMK leader J Jayalalithaa served as CM of Tamil Nadu for over 14 years.

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Kerala Kerala State in southern India

Cyclone Burevi weakens into depression, red alert withdrawn from 7 Kerala districts

Though red alert has been removed from Kerala,Tamil Nadu districts continue to face heavy rainfall and severe crop damage due to prolonged depression.
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IMD Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra while updating on Cyclone Burevi informed that storm is expected to weaken into depression while moving westward across south Tamil Nadu in next 12 hours. "Cyclone Burevi lays over Gulf of Mannar near south Tamil Nadu coast. Wind speed is 50-60 kmph. It'll further weaken into depression while moving westward across south Kerala coast during next 12 hrs," said IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra. He further added, "There has been extremely heavy rainfall over Tamil Nadu and Puducherry under its influence. Very heavy rainfall with isolated extremely heavy rainfall likely to continue over Tamil Nadu and Puducherry today."

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