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From Uproar In Parliament To Paris Climate Summit, Here Are Top News On November 30

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| November 30 , 2015 , 13:49 IST
Top 5 stories on www.newsworldindia.in this afternoon:
Live Parliament Winter Session: 'Hurt' Rajnath Denies 'Hindu PM' Remark, Lok Sabha Adjourned
Parliament Lok Sabha is discussing the "situation arising out of incidents of intolerance" in the country. The house was adjourned after uproar over CPI(M) Mohd Salim's remark that Rajnath Singh had said that first time in 800 years a Hindu has become India's PM. Read More...
PM Modi At Paris Climate Summit: To Launch Solar Alliance, Meet Obama Today
pm-modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Paris to attend the crucial climate change conference at which a legally binding universal agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions among nations is expected to be achieved. Read More...
Had Patel Been PM, India Would Be Pakistan: Kancha Ilaiah
Kancha Illiah Dalit activist and author Kancha Ilaiah believes that India would have gone on the lines of Pakistan, had Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel become Prime Minister of India after independence in 1947. He was speaking at the Times LitFest on Sunday. Read More...
Nestle Resumes Maggi Noodles Production At All Plants In India
Amidst the controversy involving its Maggi noodles, Nestle India on Friday announced that its managing director Etienne Benet would be replaced by Suresh Narayanan Nestle, which relaunched Maggi noodles on November 9 after a five-months ban, has started production of Maggi noodles from its Tahliwal plant in Himachal Pradesh. Read More...
Watch: Family Thrown Out Of Theatre For Not Standing During National Anthem
Capture The updated video, posted on Facebook, has been shared over 2,500 times and shows that people present in the theatre asked a family to leave because they were sitting while the national anthem was being played. Read More...