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1-During the Congress plenary session in Raipur, Sonia Gandhi makes a significant political hints.
Sonia Gandhi, a former president of the Congress, said on Saturday that the party’s “Bharat Jodo Yatra” mass outreach initiative was a fitting way for her term to come to an end. She called the march “a turning moment” for the party.
In Nava Raipur, Chhattisgarh, the 85th Congress party plenary assembly got under way on Friday.
2-A ceremonial welcome is given to German Chancellor Scholz upon his arrival in India for a two-day tour.
Olaf Scholz, the chancellor of Germany, arrived in India on Saturday for a two-day visit that is anticipated to strengthen bilateral ties in a number of important areas, including renewable energy, new technologies, trade, and investment.
At around 11:45 am, Scholz will have extensive discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the conflict in the Ukraine, the state of the Indo-Pacific region, and ways to strengthen bilateral relations.
It is Scholz’s first trip to India since taking office as German chancellor in December 2021, ending Angela Merkel’s illustrious 16-year reign.
3-HCA Film Awards: RRR Makes India Happy Once More! SS Rajaouli Picture Scores 4 Victories
RRR, SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus film, now has two wins under its belt and appears unbeatable. The Hollywood Critics Association has given the film a second worldwide award (HCA). The Spotlight Prize has been given to RRR.
4-Amit Shah Criticism of Nitish Kumar’s Prime Ambition
On Saturday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah declared that the BJP’s doors were forever closed to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and charged the JD (U) leader with changing from a “Vikasvadi” to a “avasarvadi” (opportunist) in pursuit of his goal of becoming Prime Minister.
5- Hyderabad: Shocking Municipal Apathy, Man Falls Into Pit, 4 Others Collapse Into Same Pit, Injured
In Hyderabad’s Shalibanda, four commuters fell into a pit after another incident happened where a man also fell into the same pit.
The incident has sparked worries about the neighborhood’s residents’ protection. In order to stop further accidents, the opposition BJP has demanded immediate action from the government and accused it of being callous to such incidents.
6-Clashes at Hyderabad University over Student Union Polls; ABVP claims SFI attacked them with knives
The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the student arm of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak (RSS), got into a brawl on Saturday at the Hyderabad Central University. There are reports of severe injuries to some students.
The ongoing student association elections at the varsity are what sparked the altercation. The ABVP accused the SFI students of using aggression against some of its indigenous student members after the incident.
7-Anurag Thakur takes part in the Delhi Cyclathon.
Anurag Thakur, the Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports, took part in a cycling race on February 25 in New Delhi. The Cyclathon was organised as part of the Carbon Shunya initiative.
8-Man is eventually rescued after becoming trapped in a cage meant for a leopard in Bulandshahr.
In what is reportedly an unusual occurrence, a man in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, fell for a rooster and ended up getting caught inside a metal cage meant to trap a leopard.
The event happened in the Bulandshahr district’s Basendua village.
“In the enclosure was a rooster. The cage was sealed when the guy entered and captured the rooster. He was almost immediately set free “the policeman stated.
9-Quirky and witty: PM Narendra Modi is an admirer of this Nagaland BJP leader.
Temjen Imna Along has a sizable fan base on Twitter, which is largely due to his distinctive appearance as well as his quirky and amusing tweets, which almost always make you grin.
He enjoys making jokes about himself, which is another positive aspect of his tweets. He enjoys eating and is always laughing about his passion of calories.
When someone questioned him about how he manages his lipids, he also had a snappy response. Imna Along has a humorous perspective on life that is definitely worth copying, whether you’re flying in a helicopter or scrolling through your phone.
It says a lot about his popularity on social media that a BJP leader from a small northeastern state has accumulated a whopping 232K followers on Twitter.
The BJP leader in Nagaland will be expecting to receive the same level of support from voters in his district.
10-How Calcutta celebrates 150 years of tram service, with decorated trams and cake cutting
Tram services in Kolkata commemorated their 150th jubilee. Snehasis Chakraborty, the transport minister, launched the week-long “Tram Yatra” to mark the event.
Snehasis Chakraborty, a minister for West Bengal, stated that only four routes will be kept, despite the fact that the mode of transportation is hailed as environmentally and historically friendly throughout the globe.
In the presence of Roberto D’Andrea, a trolley driver from Melbourne, Chakraborty cut a cake. Additionally, they severed the ribbon to launch the decorated trams.
The themes of heritage, clean air, and green transportation were emphasised by Tram Yatra 2023.
11-The First Lady suggests that Joe Biden will seek reelection in 2024, saying it is “only a question of time.”
The First Lady suggests that Joe Biden will run for reelection in 2024, saying it is only a question of time. There is “pretty much” nothing left to do but choose the time and location for it, Jill Biden said during a trip to Africa.
12 Bengal Police Launch Tear Gas After Union Minister’s Convoy Is Attacked
When he travelled to Cooch Behar in West Bengal, motorcade of Union Minister of State for Home Nisith Pramanik was met with a hail of stones. Mr. Pramanik claimed that the assault was organised by Trinamool Congress members.
For crowd control, the cops used tear gas shells. Mr. Pramanik is the Cooch Behar representative. “You can only picture the plight of the common man if a minister is not safe.
The incident demonstrates Bengal’s democracy’s current condition “said he.