Live: Punjab BJP leaders meet PM, demand to reopen

Live: Punjab BJP leaders meet PM, demand to reopen

Latest Live News: Negotiators from nearly 200 countries accepted a new climate agreement at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, recognizing India’s intervention to “phasing out” the world instead of “phasing out” coal power.

India’s environment and climate minister Bhupendra Yadav said the amendment reflects the “national conditions of emerging economies”. “We are becoming the voice of developing countries,” he told Reuters, adding that the agreement had excluded coal but remained silent about oil and natural gas.

Authorities shut down the internet and imposed a four-day curfew following fresh violence during the shutdown in Maharashtra’s Amravati city on Saturday.

A day earlier, a mob pelted stones at shops during a bandh allegedly organized by local BJP workers to protest rallies by Muslim outfits to condemn the recent violence in Tripura.

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