Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 9, 2023
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1-The Indian President takes off in a fighter jet; Murmu launches a sortie against a Sukhoi 30 MKI aircraft
At the Tezpur Air Force Station in Assam, President Droupadi Murmu flew her first sortie in a Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet.
Murmu received Guard of Honor upon arrival at the Tezpur Air Force Station during his three-day visit to Assam from April 6 to 8.
She made history as the second female head of state to pilot a combat aircraft.
Pratibha Patil, a former president, took off aboard a front-line Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet from the Pune air force base in 2009.
2- “Troll”: Former Vietnam leader scolds Rahul over Adani’s insult of defectors The “so-called PM candidate”
Days after switching to the BJP, Rahul Gandhi has come under fire from Ak Antony’s son, a veteran Congressman. After the Congressman made fun of the party’s defectors in a tweet over Adani, Anil Antony referred to Rahul Gandhi as a “social media troll.” Rahul tweeted the letters Ghulam (from a), Scindia (from d), Kiran (from a), Himanta (from n), and Anil (from a) from Adani’s name. (from i).
3-Watch: PM’s Elephant Rendezvous During Karnataka Jungle Safari
The Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka hosted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a “safari” on Sunday as part of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of “Project Tiger.”
Later, he is expected to speak with front-line field workers and self-help organisations engaged in conservation efforts.
4-After India’s milk brand ignites a political conflict, Karnataka trends #GoBackAmul and supports Nandini.
In Karnataka, which is preparing for elections, Amul milk from Gujarat has stirred up debate. After Amul introduced online deliveries in Bengaluru, this happened.
The arrival of Amul has angered supporters of the state’s dominant dairy brand, Nandini. The BJP was criticised by the JDS and the Congress for having a “evil plan” to damage the state’s dairy industry.
5-PM Modi meets the Oscar winners “The Elephant Whisperers” while on a 20-kilometer tiger safari in Karnataka.
To commemorate 50 years of “Project Tiger,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled to the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka. When they arrived at the Bandipore Tiger Reserve, PM also went on a 20-kilometer safari.
He encountered Raghu, the orphaned elephant, at the Theppakadu elephant camp, where the Oscar-winning documentary “The Elephant Whisperers” was filmed. The people who raised the little jumbo, Bomman and Bellie, also met with PM Modi.
6-‘Wear Hijab Or..’: Iran’s top cop urges women to adhere to the draconian dress code of the Islamic government
Iran’s police issued a warning that women who disobey the country’s hijab laws run the prospect of being prosecuted and having their businesses closed down, escalating the regime’s campaign against any criticism of the headscarves.
Additionally, the police intend to identify and issue warnings to women who are in breach of the clothing code using “smart cameras and equipment.” The action is a reaction to Mahsa Amini’s death while jailed; she was arrested by the country’s “morality police” for allegedly dressing inappropriately.
7-J&K: Poonch LoC ‘terrorists’ are captured alive after an Indian soldier shoots a Pakistani infiltrator there
In the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Army killed a Pakistani terrorist and stopped a significant attempt to cross the Line of Control (LoC). The two injured Pakistani militants who were also seized by the Army are all from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Army officials claim that throughout the intervening nights of Saturday and Sunday, the Army saw unusual movement. They were then confronted by soldiers from the Indian Army, which led to a firefight.
8-KCR, the chief minister of Telangana, skips PM Modi’s state events
The Prime Minister today poked fun at political parties that complained to the Supreme Court about the allegedly arbitrary deployment of government investigation agencies against opposition politicians. After dedicating a number of development projects,
Prime Minister Modi criticised Telangana Chief Minister KCR in Hyderabad. He said that the state government’s lack of collaboration was causing the completion of numerous major central projects in Telangana to be delayed. As he has for more than a year, Chief Minister KCR stayed absent from the PM’s functions.
9- Modi gives an overview of his time spent at the Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves
On Sunday, the Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves were visited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
10 Alphonso mangoes are being offered on EMI by a fruit vendor in Pune.
Due to the rising cost of living, a fruit dealer in Pune has started a novel project to sell Alphonso mangoes on Equated Monthly Instalments (EMIs). Alphonso enthusiasts are urged by Gaurav Sanas, owner of Gurukripa Traders and Fruit Products, to put aside their financial concerns and eat as much of the king of fruits as they choose.
To ensure that even regular people who cannot afford to purchase Alphonso, commonly known as “Hapus,” can enjoy it this year, this idea was developed.
11-Iran uses cameras in public areas to detect and punish exposed women
Iran has stepped up its efforts to punish women who do not cover their faces. Iranian officials are putting cameras in public spaces and thoroughfares to identify and punish women who are not covered up in a fresh effort to stop a growing number of women from disobeying the mandatory dress code.