Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- March 2, 2023
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1-Arvind Kejriwal Criticizes PM Narendra Modi for Arresting Manish Sisodia in the Alcohol Policy Case
Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi and leader of the AAP, charged on March 1 that the arrests of his two ministers were an attempt by the BJP, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to prevent his administration from carrying out excellent work in the health and education sectors. Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister, and Satyendar Jain, the erstwhile minister of health, have both been detained on suspicion of corruption.
Sisodia will soon be released from prison, according to Kejriwal, if he joins the BJP and all issues will be resolved. Manish Sisodia and Satyendar Jain left the Delhi government on February 28. Manish Sisodia and Satyendar Jain will now be replaced as ministers by AAP stalwarts Atishi and Saurabh Bharadwaj.
2-Mumbai residents relate their experiences riding India’s first electric AC double-decker bus.
Last week, the first electric double-decker bus in India made its debut in Bombay. On the first day of the launch of BEST’s electric double-decker bus, over a thousand commuters, including office workers and college students, travelled from CSMT to Nariman Point and returned. Switch EiV 22 comes with top-of-the-line comfort, safety, and technology elements. The updated double decker bus will revolutionise India’s public transit system and raise the bar for intra-city bus maps.
These vehicles only accept digital tickets. Passengers must either purchase a Chalo smartcard or obtain the Chalo app.
3 The Adani-Hindenberg Case SEBI Probe Ordered by the Court
For the Adani-Hindenburg Saga, the Supreme Court established a commission under the direction of Justice Sapre, a retired Supreme Court justice. Members of the group will include Somsekhar Sundaresan, Nandan Nilekani, OP Bhatt, and KV Kamath.
4-JNU Establishes Rigorous Regulations For Students; Rs 20,000 Fine For Dharna; Rs 30,000 Penalty For Violence
The most current rules at Jawaharlal Nehru University state that students who hold dharnas or behave violently risk fines of up to Rs 30,000 or the cancellation of their admissions. The 10-page “Rules of Discipline and Good Conduct of Students of JNU” describes the procedures for judicial investigations and statement-taking as well as the consequences for different behaviours like protesting and forging money.
5-Frogmore Cottage was requested to “vacate” by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have acknowledged that they have been requested to “vacate” their Frogmore Cottage residence in the United Kingdom, which is located on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
According to reports, the King approved the action, which eliminates their last surviving presence in the UK.
Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan was named in a criminal complaint that was submitted on Wednesday in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
The criminal complaint was filed at the Sushant Golf City police station in Lucknow under Indian Penal Code (IPC) section 409 (criminal breach of confidence). The FIR names Anil Kumar Tulsiyani, the executive director of Tulsiyani Construction and Development Limited, Mahesh Tulsiyani, the director, and Gauri Khan, the brand ambassador.
7-Hekani Jakhalu becomes the first female Lawmaker in Nagaland following the election.
Hekani Jakhalu was chosen as the state’s first female legislator. Along with Jakhalu, Salhoutuonuo Kruse, another NDPP leader, also won the poll for her seat.
8-Actor Sushmita Sen revealed that she had a heart attack in a message on Instagram.
In her most recent Instagram update, Sushmita Sen revealed that she recently suffered a heart attack. On Thursday, the 47-year-old actor shared an Instagram health update along with a picture of her and her father, Subir Sen.
9-A barrister is yelled at by CJI DY Chandrachud, who orders him to leave court.
DY Chandrachud, the Chief Justice of India, lost his cool in court today and asked a lawyer to depart during a heated exchange regarding the listing of a petition.
According to reports, Justice Chandrachud “shouted at the top of his voice” at senior attorney Vikas Singh, who was pleading with the Supreme Court to expedite a case involving property for Supreme Court attorneys.
Furious, the Chief Justice yelled, “You cannot intimidate us! Keep silent and leave this court immediately!”
10-‘Modi Most Loved’: The Italian PM’s jubilant praise as India and Rome begin a new era in their defence relations
During their encounter outside of the Raisina dialogue, Giorgia Meloni, the prime minister of Italy, lavished praise on Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India. PM Modi is the “most adored leader in the world,” according to Italian Prime Minister Meloni, who made the remark during a joint statement with another leader in New Delhi. Prior to this, PM Modi and his Italian counterpart engaged in bilateral discussion to advance their extensive collaboration. As the two countries advance their relationship to a strategic partnership, they have declared joint military exercises and opened a new chapter in their defence relations.
11- Beginning of the First-Of-A-Kind Ultra-Cycling Event
On Wednesday, the first-of-its-kind bike race, which will travel 3,655 kilometres from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, was officially launched in Srinagar. The World Ultra-cycling Union has given the event the title of Asian Ultra-cycling Championship (WUCA). The riders who finish this race will be eligible for ultra-cycling competitions around the world.
12-Mumbai High Court grants pre-arrest bail and rejects the “Love Jihad” claim.
According to PTI, the Bombay High Court’s Aurangabad division ruled that a relationship cannot be characterised as “love jihad” simply because the boy and the girl practise different faiths. The judge made the comment while releasing a Muslim woman and her family on pre-arrest bail. According to PTI, the accused was granted anticipatory bail by the division bench of Justices Vibha Kankanwadi and Abhay Waghwase in their ruling from February 26.