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News18 Daybreak | Donald Trump's Latest Gaffe at G20, Bulandshahr Violence and Other Stories You May Have Missed

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Updated:December 4, 2018, 7:40 AM IST
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News18 Daybreak | Donald Trump's Latest Gaffe at G20, Bulandshahr Violence and Other Stories You May Have Missed
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Bulandshar violence: A police inspector and a local died of gunshot injuries on Monday after a mob in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr torched a police post and clashed with cops following rumours of cow slaughter.

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Modi hits out: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday hit out at the Telangana government for proposing religion-based reservation with 12 per cent quota for Muslim minority, saying it was betraying the country and insulting Constitution architect BR Ambedkar.

People's agent: TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao said he was only an "agent" of the people of Telangana and not anyone else's, amid accusations that he was the BJP's "B team" and also the Congress' "agent".

Serial abuser: A journalist associated with a leading newspaper in Karnataka has been accused of sexually abusing at least 21 minor boys in Udupi. Accused Chandra K Hemmadi, who worked as a stringer in Udupi’s Byndoor region, has been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

Gaffeville: Donald Trump was overheard saying "get me out of here" to an aide as he left the stage before a group photo at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the latest gaffe by the US president.

Womens' wall: CP Sugathan, the man who was at the forefront of protests against the entry of women into Sabarimala, has been appointed as the joint convener of the general council to oversee the ‘Women’s Wall’ being organised by the Kerala government on January 1.

Agree or disagree?

There are some WhatsApp messages doing the rounds in poll-bound Rajasthan which claim that hundreds of sadhus were killed during an agitation for cow slaughter ban during Indira Gandhi’s regime. They also claimed that the then Prime Minister herself gave the nod for the firing. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Here are the facts: On 7 November 1966, thousands of gau rakshaks, with sadhus and other religious leaders among them, marched towards Parliament demanding a law banning cow slaughter across the country. Rasheed Kidwai elaborates.

On reel

A target to ensure that a quarter of new vehicle registrations in Delhi be electric and with tenders for electric buses be floated this month, the Delhi government is trying to move towards what it believes is the future of transportation – zero-emission vehicles. Watch the video to find out more about these new vehicles. ​

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