Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 20, 2022
1-A Mumbai cardiac arrest causes veteran actor Tabassum to pass away
Veteran actor Tabassum, who was best known for her work as a child performer in various classic Hindi films and for hosting the iconic Doordarshan chat show “Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan,” passed away on Saturday after having a heart arrest, according to her son Hoshang Govil. She was 78.
2, “Britain Knows What It Means To Fight For Freedom,” by Rishi Sunak in the Ukraine
Rishi Sunak, the British prime minister, visited Kyiv for the first time on Saturday since entering office, according to the president of Ukraine.
According to a Facebook post by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, “Ukraine and the UK have been the strongest of friends since the first days of the war.”
3-Imran Khan explains why he admires India and the Modi government. Watch and learn.
Imran Khan, a former prime minister of Pakistan, has complimented India once more, but this time he explained why he does it frequently.
Imran claimed that the reason for his appreciation of India’s rapid progress is since it gained independence at the same time as Pakistan.
4-Rishi Sunak is concerned for the security of his girls. Why? Read on.
As the British prime minister, Rishi Sunak has stated that he worries about the safety of his daughters while pledging to imprison more offenders.
According to the prime minister, his oldest daughter is getting to the point when she wants to walk to school by herself, which “brings home” for him as a father the dangers that women and girls face and which he admittedly “took for granted.”
5 Judges Wary of Granting Bail Out of Concern for Being Targeted, says Chief Justice
On Saturday, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud stated that judges at the local level are hesitant to give bail out of concern for retaliation.
CJI Chandrachud remarked at a Bar Council of India-sponsored celebration: “Due to a resistance to granting bail at the local level, the higher courts are overrun with bail applications.
Judges at the local level are hesitant to release someone on bail—not because they don’t comprehend crime—but rather out of concern that they will be singled out for doing so in severe circumstances.”
6-Donald Trump Returns To Twitter Following Elon Musk’s Poll
Days after the former US president announced another run for the White House, Donald Trump’s infamous Twitter account was resurrected on Saturday after the platform’s new owner Elon Musk conducted a survey in which a slim majority of respondents favoured the action.
7-FIFA World Cup Controversies: Beer Sales Are Banned In Qatar
Alcoholic drink won’t be served at World Cup stadiums in Qatar, according to a statement from FIFA, the world football governing body.
At the 64 games nationwide, non-alcoholic beer will still be available for purchase.
8-Chris Hemsworth admits he has a high probability of getting Alzheimer’s.
Chris Hemsworth, who starred in the movies Extraction and Thor, says he may have a higher risk of acquiring Alzheimer’s.
The actor made the startling disclosure in an interview with Vanity Fair.