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From PM Modi's Call For Energy Conservation To Shani Shrine Controversy, Here Are Top News Of Nov 29

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| November 29 , 2015 , 19:04 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday emphasised the conservation of energy and urged people to show responsibility towards environment. Prime Minister while addressing through his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat'' said, “The whole world is worried about climate change. There are discussions everywhere over it and concerns are being expressed…. The temperature of the Earth should not increase now. It is the responsibility and concern of all.”
PM Modi Reassures Commitment To Environment, Leaves For Paris
PM Narendra Modi on the final day of the G20 summit said his govt has zero tolerance against corruption and black money. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday left for Paris to attend the world conference on climate change amid his emphasis that it is the responsibility of all to work against global warming. (Click to read full story here)
Turkey To Hand Over Russian Pilot’s Body To Moscow
turkish plane The body of the pilot of the downed Russian plane will be handed over to Moscow, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Sunday. (Click to read full story here)
‘How Many Years To Correct Mistake,’ Asks Salman Rushdie
salman-rushdie1 Rushdie’s remarks was prompted by Chidambaram’s admission that the Rajiv Gandhi government’s decision to ban the controversial novel was a mistake. (Click to read full story here)
Kerala Muslim Leader Says 'Women Only Fit To Deliver Children'
Muslim Cleric Musliar, the chief of All India Sunni Jamiyyathul Ulama, said women have no mental strength and the power to control the universe, “which lies in the hands of men.” (Click to read full story here)
Woman Breaks 400 Years Old Tradition, Enters ‘Shani Shrine'
Shani Shrine Startled by this ‘breach’ of the age-old (Atleast 400 years) practice of prohibiting women from offering prayers to the Shani idol, the temple committee swung into action and suspended seven security personnel. (Click to read full story here)