Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 16, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 16, 2022

1-Ravindra Jadeja’s Wife Ignores Questions Regarding Bridge Tragedy While Running In Gujarat Elections

In place of existing lawmaker Dharmendrasinh M. Jadeja, who is one of the 38 MLAs removed as the first list of candidates, the BJP has fielded Rivaba Jadeja, cricketer Ravindra Jadeja’s wife, from Jamnagar North for the Gujarat elections.

2-Mamata Banerjee’s jab at the PM on GST: “Do I Fall At Your Feet And Beg?

Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal, today lashed out at the federal government, alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP-led administration was withholding Bengal’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) debts and cash from several federal programmes.

3-Donald Trump Says He Is Ready To Run For President Of The United States In 2024

Donald Trump, a former US president, declared his intention to run for president of the US in 2024 on Wednesday.

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4-Steve Jobs’s Vintage Sandals Sold For Over Rs 1.7 Crore; Co-Founder Of Apple Wore It In The 1970s

Steve Jobs, a co-founder of Apple, sold some brown sandals. According to Julien’s Auctions, the suede leather Birkenstock Arizona sandals have reportedly sold for Rs 1.77 crore.

5-After meeting with PM Modi, Rishi Sunak approves 3,000 UK visas for Indians

The approval of 3,000 visas per year for young professionals from India to live and work in the UK has been issued by UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

The British government noted that India is the first nation with a visa system to gain from the UK-India Migration and Mobility Partnership, which was established last year.

6-Rajni Kumar’s Story: How a British-born Woman Became One of India’s Top Educators

a woman of British descent who travelled to India to be with the person she loved before staying to work as an educator there. Here is Rajni Kumar’s biography, who founded The Springdales Schools.

7-Xi Jinping and Trudeau argue in front of the camera during a heated G20 discussion | Watch

On the G20 sidelines, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese President Xi Jinping got into an argument after the latter allegedly leaked his talk with the former to the press.

The argument between the two leaders was videotaped and has since gone viral.

8-Prime Minister Modi declares it to be a “matter of honour” as India assumes the G20 chairmanship to thunderous acclaim.

For the upcoming year, India will lead the G20 meeting in place of Indonesia. It is “a subject of pride for every Indian,” according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

9-Xi Jinping and Trudeau argue in front of the camera during a heated G20 discussion | Watch

On the G20 sidelines, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese President Xi Jinping got into an argument after the latter allegedly leaked his talk with the former to the press. The argument between the two leaders was videotaped and has since gone viral.

10- Sunak’s significant action following his meeting with PM Modi; UK grants 3,000 Indians visas | Key Details

Three thousand visas for young Indian professionals have been accepted by UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. After meeting PM Narendra Modi on the margins of the G20 summit in Bali, he made this choice shortly after.

India is the first nation with a visa requirement to take advantage of this programme, according to the British government. Under this programme, 3,000 spots will be made available to degree-holding Indian nationals between the ages of 18 and 30 who wish to visit the UK and work there for up to two years.



11-After hosting PM Modi, Macron tweets in Hindi, saying that “India and France share the same agenda” | Details

During a working lunch on Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron had “fruitful” discussions.
The two presidents concentrated on increasing collaboration in the fields of trade, food security, nuclear energy, and defence.

Following their meeting on the fringes of the G-20 conference in Bali, Modi declared that strong connections between India and France constitute a “force of immense world good.”

It is known that the Ukraine war and its effects on the world were discussed during the negotiations.

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