National & International news updates on November 2

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Bangalore, Nov 2: Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra has been facing tremendous criticism across the country for his harsh behaviout against a journalist. Vadra pushed aside a reporter as he lost his cool while being asked questions over his Haryana land deals.

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7.30 pm: Bloomberg TV India has replaced its founding editor Vivek Law with Siddharth Zarabi of rival business channel CNBC TV18 as executive editor.

7.20 pm: Blast reported on Pakistan's side near Wagah Border.

7.15 pm: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti said a "strong wave" was building for her party in Jammu and Kashmir given its "pro-people agenda".

7.00 pm: Former police officer and Janata Dal (Secular) Secretary General Abdul Azeem quit the party and said he would join the BJP on November 5.

6.30 pm: The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has urged PM Narendra Modi to ensure social harmony in the country by checking the activities of Hindutva fringe elements.

6.00 pm: Organisers and sympathisers of the controversial 'Kiss of Love' event were taken into custody as they tried to march to the Marine drive grounds, venue of the symbolic protest against moral policing.

5.50 pm: Pakistani terrorist Hafeez Saeed has asked the Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group to recruit youth in Kashmir who have been rendered homeless and jobless by devastating floods in the Valley.

5.40 pm: Unauthorised disclosure of names of black money holders can sabotage investigations: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

5.25 pm: Iran jails woman for a year for trying to attend a Volleyball Match.

5.08 pm: Earthquake of magnitude 4.4 recorded at Nicobar Islands: MET Department

5.03 pm: Saradha scam: CBI to examine Reserve Bank officials.

4.50 pm: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to seek trust vote on November 12.

4.35 pm: Law will take its own course: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar on Vadra land deals.

4.16 pm: Need cooperation from Swiss banks to bring back black money: Justice MB Shah

4.00 pm: Want to remind my friends in media & BJP of incident when then Guj CM Narendra Modi had thrown the mike and walked out of a pre fixed interview with Karan Thapar when questioned on Gujarat riots: Congress statement on Vadra

3:45 pm: Airport check in servers crashed at Mumbai domestic airport. Check in counters were affected, flights were delayed.

3:30 pm: It's not about power, one should behave responsibly. Robert Vadra should apologise, says BSP's Sudhindra Bhadoria.

3:11 pm: It's between him and media what happened. But we all live in a society and should try and behave as civil as we can with each other, says Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit on Robert Vadra-journalist controversy.

2:31 pm: He could have walked away saying I don't want to comment, says senior journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik on Vadra controversy.

2:05 pm: I don't want to say anything, don't have details, says former Railway Minister and Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge on Robert Vadra snapping journalist controversy.

1:44 pm: Sonia Gandhi should come forward and answer on this. Why should Robert Vadra get protection? Present Govt should question this, claimed BJP leader Giriraj Singh.

1:35 pm: Congress President Sonia Gandhi leaves after meeting Robert Vadra at his residence in New Delhi.

1:21 pm: Freedom of media is important but to make a mountain out of a molehill is not good, says Congress leader Rashid Alvi on Robert Vadra snapping journalist controversy.

1:15 pm: ANI editor confirmed that their crew was detained by Robert Vadra's security guards following the clash between a journalist and Vadra. Later they were released when the guards presumed that all video of the clash were deleted.

1:10 pm: There are other ways of not answering a question, his words show arrogance, says Bollywood actor Anupam Kher on Robert Vadra attacking journalist controversy.

1:00 pm: They dont want to tell concrete facts, no sharing of names, amount of money, time duration, nothing, says AAP leader Yogendra Yadav on black money case.

12:43 pm: We don't know how much money there is: Justice MB Shah (Chief SIT black money).

12:32 pm: Raj Thackeray meets Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis in Mumbai.

12:08 pm: Unfortunate that PM is misleading the nation over and over: Shobha Oza (Cong) on PM's AIR address.

11:45 am: We can't keep hiding things, we have to focus on these problems afflicting society, its time to tackle it front on, says Narendra Modi on 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on All India Radio.

11:30 am: It's true that not everybody has access to Facebook and Twitter, so write to me on postal address, I will read that too, says PM on 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on AIR.

11:15 am: I will try and speak to you next month again, season is changing, its good for health, get benefit of it, says PM while addressing nation.

11:01 am: Questions asked by reporter is what we have been asking for years, Robert Vadra's behavior was uncalled for, says AAP leader Manish Sisodia.

10:45 am: Massive fire at a garments factory in Gorakhpur.

10:40 am: Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao to undertake 2 day visit of Chhattisgarh; sign MoU for purchase of 1000 MW power from the state.

10:30 am: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to visit Nagpur city of Maharashtra today.

10:12 am: BJP election committee to discuss a list of candidates for Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir elections.

10:00 am: CBI is likely to convert preliminary enquiries against Jindal Steel & Power Ltd and JSW Steel into FIRs.

9:50 am: Senior IAS officer Alok Kumar has taken over as secretary of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), country's top anti-corruption body.

9:35 am: What he did should have been avoided, media also should not try to grill anyone, says Majeed Memon on Robert Vadra and pushing journalist controversy.

9:00 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to share 'Mann ki Baat' in second radio address to the nation today.

8:55 am: Organisers to hold 'Kiss of Love' campaign against moral policing in Kochi, Kerala today.

8:45 am: People in public life have responsibility towards nation to remove doubts of public, says RSS supporter Virag Pachpore on Robert Vadra controversy.

8:40 am: His (Robert Vadra) reaction has shown there is some truth to allegations against him, says RSS supporter Virag Pachpore.

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