Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- March 26, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- March 26, 2023

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1 In backing Rahul Gandhi, Congress sees a chance to bring the opposition together

The Congress has discovered an opportunity to advance its efforts to bring together the parties opposed to the governing BJP by leveraging the support that Rahul Gandhi got from Opposition parties following his expulsion from the Parliament.

2-Priyanka Gandhi Slams BJP: “Martyr’s Son Called Mir Jafar, No Cases Then”

On Sunday, Congress leaders Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Mallikarjun Kharge reacted angrily to the BJP’s assault on Rahul Gandhi, claiming that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was responsible for the party’s vitriol-laced attacks on the Gandhi family and his Kashmiri Pandit ancestry. Rahul Gandhi’s sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra referred to him as the “son of a martyr” and claimed that the BJP constantly made fun of him, not even saving their Nehru-Gandhi family, as the Congress staged nationwide protests against his exclusion from the Lok Sabha today.

3-Rahul Gandhi’s Latest Twitter Move: “Dis’Qualified MP”

Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, has updated his Twitter bio following his expulsion from the House of Commons. In the bio part that appears immediately below the account name, he has changed “Member of Parliament” to “Dis’Qualified MP.” Rahul Gandhi’s bio now says, “This is the official account of Rahul Gandhi | Member of the Indian National Congress | Dis’qualified MP.”

4-BJP Leader Khushbu Sundar’s Old Tweet Defending the PM Goes Viral

Khushbu Sundar, the leader of the BJP, is under fire for a 2018 tweet that contained a remark that led to the two-year prison term and expulsion from the Parliament of Congressman Rahul Gandhi. At the time, Ms. Sundar, a member of the Congress, had suggested changing the definition of Modi to include graft. Modi is well-known, but what is this? She had written, “The Modi surname is associated with corruption.

5-Jaishankar institutions Khalistan protests: West on civil rights; “Can’t justify…”

In the wake of Khalistani attacks on Indian diplomatic missions overseas, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar instructs the West on the principles of democracy and civil liberties. In a democratic nation, he asserted, “civil liberties” cannot be used as an excuse for “radicalism, terrorism, and violence.” His remarks were made at a time when pro-Khalistan “protests” had increased in the U.S., the UK, and Canada. Khalistani separatist forces have attacked Indian consulates and offices in places like London and Washington using violence and vandalism in the name of protest. India has requested that the governments of these nations control the anti-Indian forces and provide for the security of Indian diplomats so that they can perform their official duties.

6-Man rushes towards the PM’s convoy in Davanagere as Modi’s security is violated in Karnataka

During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s roadshow here, a man attempted to run towards the convoy but was stopped by the security officials. Police, however, disputed that there had been a security breach. The video of the man seemingly slipping through the security barrier and attempting to approach Modi’s car has gone viral on social media.

7-Biden’s latest error offers trolls a field day; I Watcher mistakes Canada for China

When discussing Canadian immigration policies in front of the Canadian parliament, US President Joe Biden confused Canada for China. In the speech’s footage, which has received a lot of social media attention.

8-Khalistan separatists insult Prime Minister Modi and assault a journalist in front of the Indian Embassy in the capitol of the United States.

Khalistan fans demonstrating outside the Indian Embassy physically and verbally attacked and intimidated an Indian journalist. Lalit Jha, a reporter for PTI, was attacked while reporting a pro-Khalistan demonstration. However, the US Secret Service and the local police rescued him in time. The Indian mission expressed gratitude to the law enforcement authorities for their quick action in this case.

9 PM Modi speaks at the 99th episode of Mann Ki Baat; Important Highlights

On Sunday, Prime Minister Modi spoke during the 99th episode of his regular radio programme Mann Ki Baat. In his most recent radio speech, the PM discussed a variety of topics.

10-Akanksha Dubey, a Bhojpuri actor, commits suicide in a Varanasi guesthouse

According to news service ANI, Bhojpuri actor Akanksha Dubey reportedly committed suicide on Sunday at a hotel in Varanasi. On Sunday at 7:45 am, she published a brand-new song.

11 – The first cable-styled overpass will be built by Indian Railways and opened this year.

By May of this year, India will have its first cable-styled bridge. On the Anji River in Jammu and Kashmir, the bridge is being constructed.

12-Japanese woman, creates an illustrated RRR storybook for her baby; internet users respond

The blockbuster RRR, which was produced by SS Rajamouli, is still very well-liked even a year after it first debuted. The movie’s popularity has already reached its zenith after it introduced a global audience to Indian cinema by receiving numerous awards and accolades. In the interim, a Japanese mother created a book for her child based on the movie, and it rapidly gained popularity online.

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