LIVE Breaking News Headlines Today: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Reaches Sri Maniram Das Chavani in Ayodhya

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New Delhi, Nov 16: In the news today, November 16, the Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will visit Ayodhya to meet all the parties in the Ayodhya dispute. Ravi Shankar is likely to meet the head of the Hanumangarhi temple. In the evening, he will address in a press conference. Today, the news will also follow the controversial remarks by Farooq Abdullah. Farooq Abdullah had earlier said that PoK belongs to Pakistan and later made another controversial remark saying, “Pak was “not weak and not wearing bangles to allow India to take that part of JK under its occupation”. We are running a live news blog on every news breaking out, stay with us.

Abdullah had also said that 70 years have passed but they (India) could not get the PoK. “Today, they (India) claim it is our part. So take it (PoK), we are also saying please take it (from Pakistan). We will also see. They (Pakistan) are not weak and are not wearing bangles. They too have the atom bomb. Before we think about war, we should think how we will live as humans,” Abdullah said.

At 10 AM, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) will hear the Delhi government’s fresh plea with modifications on the implementation of the odd-even scheme. According to the reports, the air quality remained outside the ‘severe plus’ category on Wednesday. If the condition improves much further, emergency measures such ban on construction and entry of trucks may be lifted, according to the reports. Amid such reports, the EPCA is likely to lift emergency measures.