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Hindustan Times News Updates at 9pm: BJP’s Win in Hyderabad Polls Will Mark the Beginning of the End of TRS, Says JP Nadda and All Latest News


Here are the top news, analysis and views today at 9pm Learn all about the latest news and other news updates from the Hindustan Times.

‘BJP wins in Hyderabad polls to usher in the end of TRS’: JP Nadda

The BJP will not rest until they conquer Hyderabad and then Telangana, BJP President JP Nadda stressed on Friday, adding a Bharatiya Janata Party victory in the December 1 elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation will be the beginning of the end for Telangana Rashtra. Samithi in Telangana. read more

India’s GDP in September Quarter Shrinks 7.5%: Government Data

India’s gross domestic product or GDP contracted 7.5% in the quarter ending September compared to the same period last year, data released by the Union’s Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation showed (Mospi) on Friday. India’s GDP fell 23.9% in the April-June quarter, the worst in decades, amid the coronavirus-induced pandemic that affected businesses and livelihoods across the country. read more

No Covid Impact on Highway Projects, Goals On Track: Nitin Gadkari at HTLS 2020

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has ruled out any impact of the current Covid-19 crisis on the construction and development of roads, including several brand-new motorways and expressways. Speaking at the HT 2020 Leadership Summit on Friday, the Union Minister of Highway Transportation and Highways said his department is taking every initiative to accelerate some of the stalled projects as well. read more

Garmin Launches Forerunner 745 in India for ₹ 52,900

Garmin India has launched the new Forerunner 745, which is an advanced GPS smartwatch designed for runners and triathletes. Specially designed with the requirements of athletes in mind, the Garmin Forerunner 745 monitors statistics and analyzes data to help users achieve their goals. Users can train with dozens of built-in activity profiles, including triathlon, pool swimming, track racing, and more. read more

India vs Australia: ‘Unfortunately, Hardik is not fit enough to go bowling’, Virat Kohli says the India team has no other full options to choose from

In India, Hardik Pandya’s services are lacking in the bowling department. The off-roader is not yet cleared for bowling as he is still recovering from a back injury he sustained last year. Hardik did not bowling for the entire 2020 Indian Premier League, but he did look good with the bat for the champion Mumbai Indians. He was chosen as a pure hitter in the India XI in the first One Day International against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground. read more

HTLS 2020: Country and Consumers Way Ahead of Government Regulators, Says Disney India President Uday Shankar

Uday Shankar, (President of Star and Disney India) has said that a certain amount of responsible behavior is very important on the part of a streaming platform, as India is a sensitive country. Without mentioning a particular movie or show, he said at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2020 that a streaming platform faces backlash when decision makers believe that “what works in one country may work in all others.” . read more

Mukesh Ambani Antilia Residence: Inside the opulent 15,000 crore Mumbai home of India’s richest man

The richest man in India and the Mumbai home of Reliance Industries president Mukesh Ambani, Antilia, which he shares with his wife Nita and their three children: Anant, Akash, and Isha (who now lives in their Worli home with her husband Anand Piramal) is one of the most valuable. private residential properties in the world. read more

Accidentally Met ‘Thanksgiving Grandma’ After Receiving Wrong Text Message, They Still Celebrate Together

Wanda Dench, in 2016, texted the wrong number thinking she was texting her grandson. The person, Jamal Hinton, who received the text, instead of ignoring it, responded. This led to a conversation between the duo and eventually ended with a Thanksgiving invite for Hinton de Dench. What started with an accidental text has now become a sweet Christmas tradition for them. read more

‘The largest IPL in history’ amid Covid: Uday Shankar explains # HTLS2020 success

Uday Shankar, President of Walt Disney Company, Asia Pacific, and President of Star & Disney India, explained the success of the 2020 Indian Premier League tournament. Speaking at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, Shankar said that the IPL could even have proved disastrous if the immense challenges posed by the pandemic and the blocking of Covid-19 had not been adequately overcome. It revealed that this year’s IPL generated between 25% and 30% more audience than previous editions. Clock

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