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Tearing Behave in Supreme Court Through Ayodhya hearing that went viral

Here are today’s top news, analysis and comment curated for you at 5 PM. Know all about the most recent news and other news updates from Hindustan Times. Kishore Kunal, retired IAS officer and author of publication ‘Ayodhya Revisited’ revealing the Map that’s claimed to be the actual map of Ram Janambhoomi and filed during court proceeding at Supreme Court of India, New Delhi. Here are today’s top news, analysis and comment curated for you at 5 PM. Know all about the most recent news and other news updates from Hindustan Times.

Ayodhya verdict allowed by Supreme Court, next greatest case ever

A five-judge seat of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Wednesday finished the marathon hearing of this decades-old Ramjanmabhumi-Babri Masjid name dispute case. Before wrapping up the case, the seat gave the contesting parties three days to file written notes ‘moulding of relief’ or narrowing down the issues where the court is needed to adjudicate in this instance.

The tearing action in Supreme Court during Ayodhya hearing that went viral

The Supreme Court wrapped up the 40-day daily hearing of the Ayodhya situation with what seemed to be high drama by which a lawyer representing the Muslim celebrations, shredded a map filed by an advocate of the Hindu parties.

However, it later turned out the ripping action was with the consent of the court.

‘Doob Maro’: PM Modi strikes resistance for linking Article 370 & Maharastra polls

Ants found crawling over eye of dead guy in Madhya Pradesh; CM Kamal Nath orders query

International Hunger Index: India ranked lowest in South Asia, 8 places supporting Pak

India has been rated at 102 in the worldwide hunger index. India is the lowest ranked country in South Asia and is put 8 locations behind Pakistan. India’s hunger situation was categorized as serious in the report. The report also cites that while PM Modi launched the Clean India effort to finish open defecation, it’s still practiced in India and it jeopardizes the people’s health & consequently children’s growth and development.

Twitter has been buzzing with congratulatory messages in the cricketing fraternity. The newest Indian cricketer to want Ganguly on his altitude is off-spinner Harbhajan Singh, who had been among the important members of the Indian group that blossomed under Ganguly’s leadership.

Twinkle Khanna off into the hills to get a leisurely session with besties. See pic

Former actor and author Twinkle Khanna is famous for her witty statements and quirky articles on social networking. Her most recent article is in the hills where she could be seen rafting with her best friends. #TheThreeMusketeers” Obviously, Twinkle’s famed humour remains intact.

Gold prices inch higher; all eyes European Central Bank meet

Gold prices inch higher; all eyes European Central Bank meet

European Central Bank policy makers are leaning toward a bundle that contains a rate reduction, a pledge to keep rates low for more and reimbursement for banks within the side-effects of negative prices, five sources familiar with the discussion said last week.

Spot gold was up 0.3percent at $1,490.09 per ounce, as of 0414 GMT. In the past session, prices dropped to their lowest since Aug. 13 at $1,483.90.

“The ECB is expected to reduce further the interest rate into negative territory… The assembly could serve as a possible catalyst (for gold) and investors are already buying to the rate cut expectations,” stated Margaret Yang Yan, a market analyst at CMC Markets.

Given that gold has had such a profound correction from its current peak, investors are buying on dips, Yan added.

Bullion prices have shed more than 4 percent, or over $60, in under a week, largely hurt by a wide uptick in risk appetite.

ECB policymakers are leaning toward a bundle that contains a rate reduction, a pledge to keep rates low for more and reimbursement for banks within the side-effects of negative prices, five sources familiar with the discussion said last week.

The US Federal Reserve is also widely anticipated deliver an interest rate cut next week.

“The big picture is international central banks are prepared to lower rates of interest and also carry out more quantitative easing to spur growth… In the mid to long term perspective, lower interest rate environment is bullish for gold price,” Yan said.

On the trade front, a senior White House advisor tamped down expectations on Tuesday for the upcoming rounds of US -China trade talks, urging investors, companies and the public to be patient about resolving the trade dispute.

Spot gold still targets $1,453, as it’s cleared a service at $1,497 per ounce, based on Reuters technical analyst Wang Tao.

The dollar index was stable, while Asian stock markets held company and bond yields rose on Wednesday.

Among other precious metals, silver rose 0.5percent to $18.10 per oz.

Palladium was flat at $1,561.14 percent, while platinum gained 0.6percent to $936.05.

Apple iPhone XR, iPhone XS and Old Versions prices dropped in India after iPhone 11 launch

Apple iPhone XR, iPhone XS and Old Versions prices dropped in India after iPhone 11 launch

Apple’s big surprise following iPhone 11 launch — significant price cut for iPhone XR, iPhone XS and other older versions. Following the launching of iPhone 11 series, Apple has slashed prices of pick older smartphones such as the iPhone XR, iPhone XS as well as iPhone 7 in India.

Apple iPhone XR, which initially launched in India for Rs 76,900 final year, is currently available at a starting price of Rs 49,900. Apple iPhone XS now begins at Rs 89,900down from the initial launch price of Rs 99,900.

Apple iPhone XR 64GB is currently available for Rs 49,900 whereas the 128GB version now costs Rs 54,900. Apple iPhone XS 256GB is currently available for Rs 1,03,900down from the old price of Rs 1,14,900.

Apple iPhone 8 Plus 64GB is currently available for Rs 49,900. You can find the iPhone 8 64GB version for now Rs 39,900. Apple’s older generation iPhone 7 32GB and 128GB are currently available for Rs 29,900 and Rs 34,900 respectively, based to Gadgets360. Apple iPhone 7 Plus 32GB and 128GB can be bought for Rs 37,900 and Rs 42,900 respectively.

Apple hasn’t yet altered the pricing of its iPhone XS Max and iPhone X tablets yet.

The sale of new iPhone 11 smartphones begins on September 27.

Ramiz Raja slams Sri Lanka cricketers for opting out of Pakistan series

Ramiz Raja slams Sri Lanka cricketers for opting out of Pakistan series

Former Pakistan cricketer Ramiz Raja was very critical of Sri Lanka cricketers once they chose to opt out to the forthcoming Pakistan series because of safety concerns. T20I skipper Lasith Malinga and former captains Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera are amongst the player who’ve pulled out of the excursion. This is the first time Sri Lanka are visiting Pakistan for a complete tour since a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in a Test match in Lahore in March 2009. Disappointing! And couple of these opting instead to play with franchise cricket. Wow!”

Science and Technology Minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhry said in a tweet that India has threatened the players in the island country against participating in the upcoming series.

“Informed sports commentators explained that India threatened SL players that they’ll be ousted from IPL if they do not deny Pak see, this is truly cheap tactic, jingoism from sports to space is something we have to condemn, really cheap on the part of Indian sports governments,” Chaudhry tweeted.

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Sri Lanka Minister Harin Fernando has rejected claims made by Pakistan Minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhry which India forced the players of the island country to opt out of the forthcoming tour against the Men in Green.

Fernando, who is Sri Lanka’s Sports Minister, said that 10 players have chosen out of their tour”purely” based on the 2009 episode when their team bus had been attacked by terrorist that left eight people dead and many others injured.

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“No truth to reports that India affected Sri Lankan players to not play in Pakistan. Some chose not to play only according to 2009 incident. Respecting their decision we chose players who were ready to travel. We’ve got a full strength team and we expect to beat Pakistan in Pakistan,” he tweeted Tuesday night.

T20I skipper Lasith Malinga and former captains Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera are one of the participant who’ve pulled out of the excursion.

Looking like a rockstar, tearful Jack Ma bids Alibaba farewell

Looking like a rockstar, tearful Jack Ma bids Alibaba farewell

A tearful Jack Ma officially left Alibaba on Tuesday, donning a guitar and a rock star wig with an occasion for thousands of workers of this e-commerce giant that he founded 20 years ago at a tiny shared apartment in Hangzhou city in southern China.

During a four hour party in an 80,000-capacity arena, Alibaba’s billionaire executive chairman delivered on his promise of a year ago to hand over to CEO Daniel Zhang.

Costumed performers, some dance into dubstep songs and dressed in traditional Chinese dress, and singers paid tribute to Ma’s reputation for dressing up and acting at large events, entering into a parade of floats representing Alibaba branches like shopping website Tmall and payment support Ant Financial.

“After tonight I will begin a new life. I do believe the world is great, there are several opportunities, and I like excitement so much, and that’s the reason why I will retire early,” Ma told employees and guests.

Ma was seen at one stage welling up with tears as staff put on skits and sang songs, prompting the subject”Jack Ma has cried” to trend on Chinese social networking platform Weibo.

Toward the conclusion of the ceremony, Ma, co-founder Lucy Peng, and CEO of Alibaba’s technology committee Wang Juan donned rock star-style leather coats and wigs to execute Chinese pop songs. They were united by co-founder Joe Tsai dressed in Marilyn Monroe style white dress and a blond wig.

Zhang, also clad in stone star garb, then delivered a solo, having previously said that Alibaba would keep investing in areas like cloud computing.

The company also said on Tuesday that it had adopted six new core values, one of which was a pledge to”respect the work-life equilibrium decisions of each individual”, marking a step away from Ma’s recent remarks advocating tech firm employees to work nights and weekends, which ignited a nationwide debate.

Ma also told attendees he expected to see Alibaba shoulder more responsibility to enhance society amid the sweeping changes caused by technologies like large data and 5G.

“It isn’t easy to be a powerful company, but it’s more challenging to be a fantastic company,” he said. “A powerful company is dependent on its commercial ability, even though a fantastic company is kind and responsible.”

Jack Ma was seen at one stage welling up with tears as staff put on skits and sang songs, prompting the subject”Jack Ma has cried” to trend on Chinese social networking platform Weibo.