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1-Sikkim: A massive avalanche kills seven people along the India-China frontier; PM Modi expresses condolences
On Tuesday morning, a large avalanche struck Sikkim’s Nathu La region, burying their vehicles in the snow and killing seven tourists.
Around 11.30 am, the Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, which links Gangtok to Nathu La at the China border, was struck by an avalanche that buried five to six cars and about 30 people under the snow.
2- “America Going To Hell”: Trump mentions Russia and criticises Biden for pleading guilty in the secret money case
Former US president Donald Trump criticised the current vice president Joe Biden after he entered a “not guilty” plea to 34 felony charges in a New York court.
In his direct speech to the nation, Trump invoked Russia while declaring that the United States is headed for hell and accusing the Democrats of spying on his campaign.
3-Donald Trump’s legal team pledges to contest the indictment
In a historic court proceeding in New York on Tuesday, Donald Trump entered a not-guilty plea to charges related to hush money given to a porn star before the 2016 presidential election.
Trump entered a not guilty plea to all charges, which allegedly include the felony of conspiracy and are related to hush money payments made to a former porn actress during the businessman’s 2016 presidential campaign to keep quiet about an alleged affair.
4-Refusing to Give In, Trump Pleads Not Guilty In Hush-Money Case
Donald Trump Hush Money Case: On Tuesday, Donald Trump, who is the first American president to be detained on criminal charges, entered a not guilty plea to 34 felony counts in a crowded New York courthouse before a trial that could start as early as January.
5-Donald Trump was detained in a New York court and appeared before the judge
Donald Trump Hush Money Case: On Tuesday, the Republican billionaire turned himself in for a historic New York court hearing conducted amidst strict security and a worldwide media frenzy. Trump is the first American president in history to be charged with a crime.
The hearing, which is being broadcast live on television and features rival protesters rallying outside, is a turning point for the US criminal justice and political systems and has the potential to completely alter the 2024 presidential election, in which Trump is currently the presumptive Republican candidate.
6-Donald Trump’s Violent Attack on Biden: “The Only Crime I’ve Committed…”
Hours after being accused with making hush money payments to a porn actress, former US President Donald Trump attacked his successor Joe Biden, declaring that the “country is going to hell.” The 76-year-old was speaking to the media and his fans from Mar-a-Lago, his Florida residence, after entering a not guilty plea to 34 felony counts.
7-India refuses China’s renaming of locations in Arunachal and refers to them by their “invented names”
China has created a new set of names for 11 locations in Arunachal Pradesh, referring to them as “Zangnan, the southern part of Tibet,” in an effort to emphasise its increased claim over India’s Arunachal Pradesh. India, on the other hand, has vehemently denied and responded to these allegations.
8 – Shilpa Shetty’s discharge from the obscenity case is upheld by a Mumbai court
In the 2007 obscenity case, Shilpa Shetty’s defence was rejected by a Bombay sessions court. In the episode, Richard Gere, a well-known Hollywood actor who resides in Rajasthan, kissed her.
9-Richard Branson’s rocket firm declares bankruptcy and goes out of business
The struggling space company, Virgin Orbit, which was established by billionaire Richard Branson and specialises in satellite launches, has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US. It happens less than a week after the business revealed it would lay off 85% of its workforce, leaving about 100 workers to manage what was remained of the company. The American company will now look for a buyer for its properties.
10-NMACC Menu: Food on silver trays, dessert with a Rs. 500 note and more
On April 1, the star-studded opening of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) in Mumbai came to an end. Bollywood stars arrived with the utmost grace, but foreign stars and undoubtedly the Indian paparazzis’ conversation that has gone viral on social media stole the show. However, one of it is also the culinary menu, which has generated some buzz.
11-Turkey earthquake: “Miracle Baby” reconnected with mother after spending 128 hours in the ruins
A baby girl who spent 128 hours trapped under earthquake debris in Turkiye has now been reconnected with her mother. At the age of three and a half months, the infant is healthy and whole.
12-UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Establishes A New Task Force To Combat Grooming Gangs
The political correctness that has prevented action against the “vile” criminals responsible for the sexual abuse of children and young women was denounced by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Monday, April 3rd, as he revealed plans for a new task force to pursue such gangs.
13-Elon Musk changes Twitter’s Blue Bird logo to the “Doge” meme; Dogecoin’s value soars more than 30% as a result.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, has altered the microblogging platform’s recognisable blue bird logo. Musk has swapped out the blue avian for the Dogecoin cryptocurrency’s “doge” meme. Notably, the Twitter mobile software remained unchanged. Musk also provided a screenshot of the discussion he had with the anonymous account on March 26, 2022. A short time after the modification, Dogecoin’s worth increased.