Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 18, 2022
1-Third extension of the tenure of the director of enforcement
SK Mishra, the head of the Enforcement Directorate, has been given a third year-long contract extension. He would reach his five-year milestone in the position next year with this extension.
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2-Centre Contests Convicts’ Release in Rajiv Gandhi Case: 10 Points
The central government on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its verdict a week after it awarded the freedom of six defendants in the 1991 death of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
3-After the Republicans win the House, Nancy Pelosi will step down as leader of the Democrats.
Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat and the US House of Representatives ground-breaking first female speaker, announced on Thursday that she will step aside as party leader when the Republicans take over the house in January.
4 victories for PM Modi’s Saudi diplomacy; significant visa easing for Indians prior to MBS visit
The Kingdom has exempted Indian nationals from showing a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) in order to apply for a Saudi visa, which is a significant boost for relations between Saudi Arabia and India.
When tweeting about the significant change, the Saudi Embassy in India underlined the strong ties and strategic relationship between the Kingdom and India.
5-Delhi cab driver converses with the customer in fluent Sanskrit; stunned online users | WHAT’S BUZZING
Less than 1% of Indians are able to speak Sanskrit, which is frequently referred to as the “language of the Gods” and is mostly utilised by Hindu priests during religious rites.
However, some people continue to speak the historic tongue. Unusually, a Delhi taxi driver was overheard conversing fluently in Sanskrit with his customer.
Users on social media were impressed by this unusual dialogue.
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6-Wasim Jaffer offers the Indian cricketer “Burnol” after Michael Vaughan mocks him.
Former Indian batter Wasim Jaffer has returned to the coaching staff of IPL team Punjab Kings. Jaffer, who is well-known for his amusing tweets, received a dose of his own medicine from Michael Vaughan after the news.
The former England skipper tweeted, “Someone who got out to me is a batting coach,” in response to the news.
Wasim Jaffer‘s appointment was still a topic of discussion, nevertheless.
7-ISRO Launches Vikram S Rocket, First Privately Built Rocket in India | English News
According to astronomer Aanchal Tandon, “This is a step forward for us.”
8 – MK Stalin meets with the family of a football player who passed away through medical malpractice
A Chennai teen football player died as a result of alleged medical malpractice, and the police have reported the death as an unnatural one.
As a result, the state government has suspended two doctors. To begin criminal prosecution, the Chennai police commissioner told NDTV that they had to wait for the medical board’s recommendations.
9-Video: KCR’s Party Members Break Into BJP MP’s House After Insulting Remarks
In response to his claimed derogatory remarks against Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) and his daughter, TRS MLC K. Kavitha, TRS protesters today destroyed the home of a BJP MP in Hyderabad.
At the Banjara Hills bungalow of Dharmapuri Arvind, the BJP MP from Nizamabad, TRS protesters threw rocks and broke furniture.
10-Watch: Kabaddi Moves From Uttarakhand Chief Minister At A Junior Tournament
The 48 Boys Junior National Kabaddi Championship 2022 was opened on Thursday in Haridwar by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, who also briefly participated in the game.
News agency ANI shared a footage of Mr. Dhami challenging some players in a kabaddi venue on Twitter. Teams from all throughout the nation will take part in the four-day competition.
The Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), which organised the competition, announced the dates for the championship in a release.
11-“Cost Must Be Imposed On Countries…,” PM’s Slap At Pakistan, China
On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a clear allusion to Pakistan and China when he said that although some nations explicitly sponsor terrorism as a part of their foreign policy, others do so by impeding efforts to combat it.
12-Bharat Jodo Yatra: Tushar, Rahul Gandhi’s great-grandson, Travels to Maharashtra
On November 18, Rahul Gandhi was joined by Tushar Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s great-grandson, on the Maharashtra leg of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister and a freedom fighter, had a grandson named Rahul Gandhi.