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Major News and Events of 14 November 2017

What Happened on 14 November 2017


Haryana Jails Minister says Ram Rahim not getting VIP treatment

Krishan Lal Panwar, Haryana Jails Minister, has stated that Gurmeet Ram Rahim, the Dera Sacha Sauda chief who has been convicted for rape, is not getting any special treatment at Rohtak jail where he is lodged. Pawar made the statement in reaction to an allegation by an inmate who had stated that he has never seen Ram Rahim doing work at the jail. The inmate is currently out on bail. The minister has refuted the allegations of the inmate.

NGT permits Delhi to withdraw application which sought review of an earlier order on Odd-Even

The National Green Tribunal has permitted the government of Delhi to withdraw its application which had called for the review of an earlier order on Odd-Even. However, the tribunal has given the government the liberty to file the application again. The tribunal has also questioned the Delhi government's decision to give arbitrary exemptions stating that two-wheelers cause more pollution that four-wheelers. The tribunal also asked the government that to solve the transport problem during Odd-Even scheme, why can't the government run ladies-only buses.




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