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1-Watch the Holi celebrations as a U.S. diplomat dances with Rajnath Singh
Gina Raimondo, the US secretary of commerce, took part in the Holi celebrations at Rajnath Singh’s New Delhi home. Raimondo can be seen grooving to Holi songs and relishing the festival of colours. Along the India-Pakistan frontier, jawans of the BSF and CRPF stationed at forward posts also observed Holi.
2-India slams Pak FM Bilawal for bringing up Kashmir at the UN, calling him “Unworthy To Reply.”
In response to Pakistan’s mention of the Kashmir conflict during the UNSC discussion on women, peace, and security, India has retaliated harshly. Ruchira Kamboj, India’s envoy to the UN, responded angrily to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s remark about Kashmir. Bhutto’s remark was described by Kamboj as “frivolous, baseless, and politically driven.” India has insisted that Jammu and Kashmir is a fundamental component of its territory and has urged Pakistan to leave the area it has forcibly occupied in PoK.
3-In London, Rahul Gandhi honours the daughter of an RSS member. View to learn why.
At a London gathering, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi praised the daughter of an RSS leader for speaking out about the situation in India. Rahul, who is currently living in the UK, went to a Chatham House gathering where a woman participant asked Rahul about the current state of affairs in India and how she was “painful” over it. Even though the participant’s father was an RSS supporter, the Cong MP praised her for coming out.
4-Influenza cases in Delhi are on the rise, and residents complain of persistent illness.
People in Delhi are reporting persistent illness and coughing due to an increase in H3N2 flu instances. The early-year shift in weather from bitterly cold to warm has an impact on how common flu symptoms are among individuals.
5-Tomorrow’s Questioning Regarding Delhi Booze Policy Will Concern KCR’s Daughter
On March 9, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) will ask K Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, regarding the money laundering case involving the Delhi liquor policy.
6-The First Metro Train Arrives in Agra
The Taj Mahal’s home city of Agra is about to get Metro access. The city has received the first locomotive for the Agra Metro project. The train has a distinctive golden colour and is outfitted with cutting-edge technology and seamless design. It has a top speed of 80 to 90 kmph. “For the 6-km priority route from Taj East Gate to Jama Masjid, there will be six trains,” said Agra Metro PRO Panchanan Mishra
7-Meet Delhi’s Lady Super Cop Who Rescued Hundreds Of Females From Trafficking
Meet Surinder Jeet Kaur, an ACP who resigned from the Delhi Police last month after 38 years of outstanding service. Ms. Kaur has given hundreds of girls a new existence while preventing their exploitation as slaves. “I hold the title for saving the most young women. Many of them were married thanks to my efforts to extricate them from brothels. To help them live respectable lives, I gave them sewing tools, she said.
8-Arun Subramanian Appointed As New York Court’s First Indian-American Justice
Arun Subramanian, an attorney, has been appointed as the first Indian American judge of the Manhattan Federal District Court in New York. The Senate Judiciary Committee stated on Twitter that Mr. Subramanian has worked as a clerk at every level of the federal judiciary and has been personally involved in every aspect of civil litigation.
9-2 Women Who Beat the Odds in the Mostly Male Food Delivery Industry
Women have been shattering the glass ceiling in all professions, and now they are breaking into the predominately male realm of food delivery. Introducing Indira. Her spouse died seven years ago. Her son passed away sadly just seven months prior.
10 Things To Know If You Enter The UK Illegally: Rishi Sunak’s Advice To Refugees
Today, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak unveiled a divisive new strategy to stem the tide of undocumented immigrants entering the nation. Issuing a warning, Sunak said that those who enter UK illegally will not be permitted to claim asylum. “You cannot request asylum if you entered the country unlawfully. You are not eligible for our safeguards against modern slavery. Rishi Sunak stated in a tweet, “You can’t remain and you can’t make phoney human rights claims.
11-Women in Indian Air Force who made the country happy | International Women’s Day 2023
What could be more exciting than taking to the heavens in a fighter jet to defend the motherland? So, in honour of Women’s Day, we share with you the bravery and inspiring tales of some of the strongest women of the modern period who refused to accept anything less than the freedom of the skies. One of the first nations in the globe to allow women into the Air Force was India. In India, women trained alongside men in the Indian Armed Forces while they were battling for the right to vote in a number of other nations.