Major Events and Top News Headlines of 10 November 2010:
- =The demand for a joint parliamentary committee to go into corruption scandals made inside the two Houses of Parliament here on Wednesday was given a more formal shape later in the day when Leaders of the Opposition Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley gave notices under substantive motions on the same subject in their Houses.
- = Senior Chinese sports officials don’t envisage much change to the status quo at the Asian Games amid initial moves to overhaul the state-run sports system that has propelled the country to the top.
- = American sprinter Allyson Felix has made a five-woman shortlist for the Athlete of the Year award, the ruling athletics body IAAF said on Wednesday.
- = Peeved over the strong backing of the U.S. for India’s quest for a permanent UNSC berth, the Pakistan government on slammed Washington over the move, claiming it would have “implications” for peace and stability in South Asia.
- =Cautioning against protectionist sentiments, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said it is in India’s interest to have an “open, stable and rule-based” international economic environment in all matters including trade and investment flows.