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1-PM Modi orders CBI to “act fearlessly” as the opposition accuses the government of “misuse”
The Central Bureau of Investigation has given the average citizen hope and strength, which is why people organise protests to call for a CBI investigation, the Prime Minister said during his remarks at the CBI’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
This occurs just a week after 14 opposition parties petitioned the Supreme Court with claims that the government was silencing political competitors by using the central agencies.
PM Modi urged the CBI to “pursue every corrupt person,” unfazed by the criticism from the opposition.
2-The Chinese “spy” balloon saga escalates; Beijing obtained real-time data, according to a source.
NBC News reported that despite the Biden administration’s attempts to stop it, a Chinese balloon that flew across the country was able to gather intelligence from several U.S. military locations and transmit it back to Beijing in real time.
3-Trump is in New York to appear in court in the hushed money case.
As he tries to win back the presidency, Donald Trump arrived in New York on Monday, where he will surrender to unheard-of criminal charges. This will put America in an uncharted and possibly explosive situation.
4 Reasons Priyanka Chopra Gave for Talking About Being “Cornered” in Bollywood
Global superstar Priyanka Chopra has no resentment for any Bollywood actors who have “cornered” her in the past. Recently, Priyanka’s explosive interview criticising Bollywood made news. She discussed how some individuals forced her into a corner, which ultimately caused her to leave Bollywood, in an international podcast. She didn’t record any identities, though.
5-Gaia expedition finds a new family of black holes, the European Space Agency reports
The European Space Agency has identified a new family of black holes that are purported to be distinct using data from the Gaia project. It’s interesting to note that while one of the black holes is nearest to Earth, the other is second-closest.
6-NASA selects the first-ever Black and female astronauts for the Artemis II Moon Mission
Four astronauts will travel to the moon in 2024 on NASA’s Artemis II mission, the first crewed mission on the American space agency’s route to establishing a long-term presence at the Moon for research and exploration through Artemis. The first astronaut team to travel to the moon in more than 50 years was announced on Monday by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
7-Heart attacks and Covid Linked? Mansukh Mandaviya, Minister of Health, Responds to Big Question
The government is ready to handle the recent rise in infections, according to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, who noted that Covid is a virus that continues evolving and that 214 different variants have been discovered in India so far.
He added that there is a weekly review of preparation and that ICU beds, oxygen supplies, and other critical care plans are in place. Although it is impossible to predict how Covid will act, the minister clarified that the sub-variants that are currently fueling the surge are not particularly hazardous.
8-IPL: The DDCA has confirmed that Rishabh Pant will attend Delhi Capitals’ first home encounter against Gujarat Titans.
Rishabh Pant, the regular captain and wicketkeeper-batter for Delhi Capitals, will be present for his team’s first home game of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 match against Gujarat Titans in Delhi on Tuesday, the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) announced on Monday. Pant is currently recovering from injuries sustained in a car accident last year.
9-The New York accusations are just the tip of Donald Trump’s legal problems.
One of many inquiries involving the former US president is the lawsuit against Donald Trump in New York. It might not even be the most harmful.