Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- February 12, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- February 12, 2023

1- Indians “give compassion” to earthquake-stricken Turkey by sending 100 blankets; “Dosti” wins online hearts

The deadliest earthquake in history, which struck Turkey and Syria on February 6, has claimed almost 24,000 lives. India is winning hearts online as well as on the ground for ‘Operation Dost’s’ expedited search and rescue efforts, thanks to a family of four. Firat Sunel, the ambassador of Turkey to India, praised four Indians for bringing 100 blankets and a card that stated “Sending love from India” to the earthquake-stricken country.

2- Meet Op Dost’s “Pawsome Four”: India’s canine rescuers searching for survivors in earthquake-devastated Turkey.

India is currently carrying out a relief and rescue mission in earthquake-devastated Turkey. India has travelled all the way to Turkey and sent a dog squad in addition to NDRF staff and medical professionals. Along with NDRF staff, the 4-person dog squad is involved in rescue operations. Romeo, Juliet, Honey, and Rambo are the titles given to the four labradors. They are skilled at sniffing and can find objects hidden behind garbage.

3-Pak guy burned on fire and lynched by crowd for “blasphemy”; PM Shehbaz Sharif yells at police

In Pakistan, a mob stormed a police station and lynched a man convicted of blasphemy. According to Pakistani police officials, the mob broke into the police station in Nankana Sahib and kidnapped a guy who had been detained for allegedly defiling the sacred book. Before beating him to death, they stripped him naked and carried him through the streets.

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4-Australia vs. India First Test Match Highlights | Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023

India beats Australia in one of their best victories to begin the Border Gavaskar Trophy.
The match drew more interest than the teams long before they arrived in Nagpur.

Many Australian cricket analysts charged India with rigging the fields.

5-Indian dies after being buried under debris in earthquake-stricken Turkey | Who Was Vijay Kumar?

Vijay Kumar, a 36-year-old from Uttarakhand, was on business in Malatya when the terrible 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on February 6. Vijay Kumar’s body was found among the rubble of a hotel there.

6-“Ticking Bomb”: EU ambassador raises concern over Al-Qaeda, Let, and JeM activity in Afghanistan I Details

The Taliban regime’s rule over the nation has been seriously exposed by the special representative of the European Union for Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Jaish-e-(JeM) Mohammed’s presence on Afghan land, according to Tomas Niklasson, is a “ticking bomb.” Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-presence Zawahiri’s in Kabul, where he was assassinated in a drone strike in July 2022, was cited by Niklasson as “strong evidence of the Taliban not upholding their promises.”

7-80-Year-Old “Dog Amma” in Delhi, Shelters 200 Stray Animals

More than 200 stray dogs are housed in the modest home of an 80-year-old woman in Saket, South Delhi. For the past 30 years, Pratima Devi, often known as “Dog Amma,” has been caring for a large number of stray dogs behind PVR Anupam in Saket.

8-NASA’s Hubble Telescope records the beginning of the new Saturnian “spoke season”: Watch video

NASA announced that its Hubble Space Telescope recently took some pictures of the planet Saturn. According to the American space agency, the most recent image of Saturn revealed spokes appearing on the planet’s rings, signalling the beginning of a new “spoke” season. Scientists will be seeking for hints to explain the origin and make-up of the spokes, according to the release.

9-Murmu offers prayers at the Lingaraj Temple on the second day of his visit to Odisha

On the second day of his visit to Odisha, Murmu offers homage at the Lingaraj Temple; the DGCA fines Air Asia for breaking civil aviation regulations; RJD President Lalu Prasad Yadav will arrive in Delhi from Singapore today. From tomorrow, a length of road connecting Delhi and Jaipur will be inaugurated by Modi.

10-In Durban, rapper AKA, who was born Kiernan Forbes, is fatally shot.

AKA, the stage name of South African rapper Kiernan Forbes, was slain in Durban, South Africa. Only 35 years old, he was. Local police reportedly stated that a “well-known rapper,” thought to be AKA, had been fatally shot outside a well-liked club on Florida Road in Durban.

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