Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- March 25, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- March 25, 2023

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1-Rahul Gandhi was convicted and was removed from the House of Representatives.

Following his conviction and sentencing in a defamation case by a Gujarat judge in 2019, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is no longer a member of parliament, according to the Lok Sabha secretariat. Now Rahul Gandhi can appeal the ruling in court.

2-Old Double-Decker Buses in Mumbai: A Major Missing

Modern, air-conditioned double-decker buses have been introduced by the Mumbai transit authority, but the romance of the older ones is now being missed. Every Mumbaikar has memories of riding in the front seat of the famous double decker bus, watching the vehicle trundle through traffic or make sharp curves, or simply taking in the breeze.

3-Eric Garcetti becomes the new US ambassador to India

At a ceremony held here on Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris swore in former Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti as the new US Ambassador to India.

4-After being disqualified, Rahul Gandhi remained defiant, saying, “Democracy is being attacked in India. I won’t stop.”

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, spoke at his first news conference following his disqualification as an MP from Wayanad following his conviction in the “Modi Surname” case by a court in Surat two days prior. The Congress leader vowed to keep probing and reiterated his charge that India’s freedom is being attacked.

5-Indian Army demands investigation after three surface missiles in Pokhran go “off target”

After missiles malfunctioned during a practise exercise at a firing range in Pokhran, Rajasthan, the Indian Army commissioned an investigation. The missile exploded while in flight, and the fragments were later discovered in the adjacent fields. No one died or lost any possessions.

6-After being questioned about the “Modi Surname case,” Rahul Gandhi loses his composure and refers to the interviewer as a “BJP man.”

On Saturday, Rahul Gandhi gave his first press conference since losing his eligibility to serve in the Lok Sabha. Gandhi became irate when a reporter asked him about his conviction in the “Modi surname” case during the meeting. Don’t claim to be a pressman, Rahul advised, referring to him as a “BJP journalist.” Watch the conversation here.

7-US Congress interrogates TikTok CEO, who dismisses India’s prohibition as “theoretical.”

Shou Zi Chew, the CEO of TikTok, gave a testimony before the US Congress due to growing security concerns regarding the video-sharing app.

8-Filmmaker and author Pradeep Sarkar dies at 68; the film community offers tribute

Pradeep Sarkar, a 68-year-old novelist and filmmaker, passed away this morning, March 24, at 3.30 am. The well-known director is renowned for producing blockbusters like Helicopter Eela, Laga Chunari Mein Daag, Mardaani, and Parineeta.

9 – World Athletics president Sebastian Coe prohibits transgender people from competing in female events

World Athletics forbids transsexual women from competing; Slovakia transfers the first four of 13 Soviet-era MiG-29 aircraft to Ukraine; When questioned by the US Congress, TikTok CEO dismissed India’s prohibition as “theoretical”; Following an American contractor’s death from an Iranian drone assault, the US launches airstrikes in Syria.

10-The centre increases central government workers’ dearness allowance by 4% to 42%.

The dearness allowance (DA) for government workers and pensioners has increased by four percentage points, from 38% to 42%. Anurag Thakur, a Union minister, stated yesterday that the government will increase the dearness allowance (DA) for central government employees by 4% to 42% beginning on January 1, 2023.

11-94-year-old Gordon Moore, a co-founder of Intel and the man behind Moore’s Law, passes away.

Gordon Moore, a co-founder of Intel Corp (INTC.O) and a pioneer in the semiconductor industry whose “Moore’s Law” foretold a long-term increase in computing power, passed away on Friday at the age of 94, according to the company. He passed away at his home in Hawaii, according to Intel and the Moore family’s philanthropic organization, surrounded by loved ones.

12-South Korea: A zebra flees aground from a zoo and through the streets of Seoul

On Thursday, a zebra ran away from a zoo in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, and spent three hours wandering the streets of a residential neighbourhood before being apprehended and brought home. On social media, the same film quickly gained popularity.

13-PM Modi Opens Bengaluru’s New Metro Line Ahead of the Karnataka Elections

The 13.71 km, 12-station Whitefield (Kadugodi) to Krishnarajapuram Metro Line, which cost 4,249 crore to build, was officially opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.

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