Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- February 7, 2023
1-Video: Turkey’s Airport Runway Splits Into Two Due To Major Earthquake
Thousands of people were hurt and thousands of homes were destroyed as a result of a major earthquake that struck Turkiye. Another image showing the Hatay Airport runway being split in half is making the rounds on social media as several films have emerged showcasing the earthquake’s tragedy.
2-Varanasi Tent City Becomes a Favorite Wedding Location in India
Indians are increasingly choosing the tent city in Varanasi, which Prime Minister Modi officially opened on January 13. Wedding booking has already begun, with the first reservation made for the first week of March.
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3-India Sends Relief Teams To Turkey After Earthquake
India announced that it would send rescue and medical personnel to Turkey in the wake of three earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria.
In collaboration with the Turkish government, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team was sent, along with a medical team.
Today, approximately 101 NDRF members with specially trained dog squads and the required tools travelled to earthquake-stricken Turkey for search operations.
4-Aaron Finch, Australia’s most decorated male T20I captain, announces his retirement from international cricket.
The 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup champion, Aaron Finch, announced his retirement from international cricket on Tuesday. Twelve years after making his debut in international cricket, Finch, the captain of the Australian Men’s T20 team, announced his retirement.
5-Vande Bharat train was stoned once more, this time in Dadhapara, Chhattisgarh.
Another Vande Bharat train was targeted, this time near Dadhapara, Chhattisgarh. Broken window panes are the result of stone pelting. Samrendra from Times Now has the most recent information.
6-Pakistan’s former cricketer criticises India as BCCI makes its position on the Asia Cup clear.
Javed Miandad, a former captain of Pakistan, expressed his displeasure with the controversy and criticised the BCCI for their position over playing in Pakistan.
Why is India reluctant to play Pakistan? They are aware that their people won’t be kind to them if they lose to Pakistan, Miandad said at a private gathering.
7-Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani, a Star pair, will wed today at Jaisalmer’s Suryagarh Palace.
According to the most recent story on Mirror Now, Kiara Advani and Siddharth Malhotra, a B-town pair, will wed today in Jaisalmer’s Suryagarh palace. Bollywood stars Manish Malhotra, Ashvini Yardi, Varun Dhawan, and Karan Johar are among those who will attend the couple’s extravagant wedding.
8-BRS Requests Debate on Adani Issue in Parliament; Government Work to Break Deadlock | Budget Session
The Parliament’s budget session will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday following a protracted standoff on the Adani-Hindenburg matter. The Opposition has been requesting a discussion of the collapse of the Adani stock since the beginning of the Parliament on January 31, disrupting both Houses.
9-Houses were adjourned until Tuesday at 11 a.m. due to protesters disrupting them over the demand to look into the Adani Row.
Both Houses adjourned till 11 a.m. on February 7 as a result of the Opposition’s protest against the Adani Group problem continuing. The opposition kept yelling “discussion and investigation into the Adani controversy” when the Lok Sabha started its work after two o’clock on Monday.
10- Liz Truss argues in favour of her tenure as prime minister
In a 4,000 word piece published in the Sunday Telegraph, former prime minister Liz Truss defended her term in office and said she was never given a “realistic chance” to carry out her radical tax-cutting programme.
11-Victoria Gowri, a lawyer, is sworn in as a judge, and the Supreme Court dismisses a petition
Lekshmana Chandra Victoria Gowri, an attorney, was being sworn in as a judge of the Madras High Court when petitions were filed asking the Supreme Court to prevent her from taking the oath. While the hearing in the supreme court was still going on, the oath-taking ceremony began.