Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 14, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 14, 2023

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1-India rejects the G20 request from Ukraine; New Delhi will not invite Zelensky to the summit

According to Arindam Bagchi, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of External Affairs, Ukraine will not attend the September G20 conference in New Delhi.

In response to a question on whether Ukrainian authorities might attend the meeting, Bagchi stated that the list of attendees has already been made public and has not changed.

Days after First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova urged India to include Ukraine in the G20 meetings, MEA responded.

2-Kim Jong Un and family watch launch of’most powerful’ missile ever fired by North Korea | Watch

Its’most powerful’ intercontinental ballistic missile to date has undergone testing in North Korea.

The ‘Hwasong-18’ solid-fuel short-range missile was successfully launched, according to North Korean state media.

The North Korean leader can be seen in photos posted by KCTV witnessing the missile launch while being joined by his family.

One of Kim Jong Un’s main objectives in his military modernization push, which was first stated earlier this year, was testing the upgraded solid-fuel missile. Watch.

3-In a trending video, a young J&K student begs the prime minister, “Please Modi ji.”

A young Jammu and Kashmiri girl has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action regarding her school.

The small girl’s request for a video has since become widely popular.

The little student wanders around the school grounds in a four and a half minute video posted on Facebook by a page named “Marmik News,” revealing a crumbling building, filthy hallways, and a shortage of furniture.

She requests that PM Modi construct a “nice school” for her and the village’s children.

4-India assisted the IMF in approving $2.9 billion in aid for Sri Lanka, which is experiencing a crisis.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved Sri Lanka’s request for a 48-month Extended Fund Facility (EFF) worth USD 2.9 billion in large part thanks to India.

In the midst of a serious foreign exchange crisis and the subsequent harsh economic conditions, India assisted Sri Lanka during this challenging process of obtaining IMF aid.

Indian pledges to the IMF in January 2023 were the first to back Sri Lanka’s efforts at debt restructuring, but other bilateral creditors waited longer to respond. Watch

5-Biden shooed ‘brown guy’ Rishi Sunak away? The truth about viral videos is here | Details

President of the United States Joe Biden is receiving vicious trolling for ‘pushing away’ Rishi Sunak.

An uproar has been caused by a viral video of Biden’s recent trip to Northern Ireland, in which he can be seen ignoring Rishi Sunak, the UK prime minister of Indian descent.

In the now-viral footage, Biden can be seen pushing the British prime minister who was at Belfast International Airport waiting for the US president.

While criticising the United States, netizens allege that Biden “didn’t recognise the brown guy.”

President. AFP, a news organisation, asserted that a “cut clip” was being shared. To learn more, view this video.

6-KCR unveiled a, 125-foot-tall statue of BR Ambedkar in Hyderabad.

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of the architect of the Constitution, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao unveiled the 125-ft tall statue of BR Ambedkar in Hyderabad on Friday in a significant way.

From a helicopter, flower petals were dropped on the statue as a magnificent tribute to Ambedkar.

7-Arvind Kejriwal Was Summoned By The CBI On Sunday In The Delhi Liquor Policy Case

According to sources, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has called Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in for interrogation regarding alleged corruption in the city’s now-cancelled alcohol sales legislation, which resulted in the detention of his deputy Manish Sisodia in February.

8-Performers from Assam’s Bihu break world records.

PM Modi witnessed a record-breaking 11,000+ dancers and drummers perform a massive Bihu dance in Assam on Friday. Artists from the state’s 31 districts were represented at the event.

PM Modi stated that “Ek Bharat, Shreshth Bharat” is reflected in the celebrations. With “Sabka Prayaas,” he declared, “we can meet our resolve of a developed India with this celebration.”

9-Meet Jagan Mohan Reddy, India’s Wealthiest Chief Minister

According to a research by the Association for Democratic Reforms, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, is the wealthiest chief minister in India with reported assets totaling Rs 510 crores.

10 External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Travels By ‘Made In India’ Train In Maputo, Mozambique

In Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, on April 13, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar boarded a train that was “Made in India.”

The transport minister of Mozambique travelled alongside Jaishankar. Jaishankar is in Mozambique for three days.

Esperança Bias, president of the Republic’s Assembly, was introduced to him. In a tweet, Jaishankar wrote, “Took a ride in a ‘Made in India’ train from Maputo to Machava with Mozambican Transport Minister Mateus Magala.”

11 PM Modi speaks with Rishi Sunak on the phone and brings up the security of Indian envoys in the UK.

On April 13, PM Modi and UK PM Rishi Sunak spoke on the phone. Within the context of the India-UK Roadmap 2030, both leaders discussed the developments on a number of bilateral topics. Regarding bilateral matters, particularly in the trade and economic sectors, the presidents expressed satisfaction.

PM Modi brought up the security of Indian diplomats in the UK and demanded stern action against those who were hostile to India. The UK has made clear that it finds the attack on the Indian High Commission to be wholly reprehensible.

In the meantime, the UK PM gave PM Modi assurances over the safety of the Indian Mission and its staff. Both leaders concurred that a free trade agreement between two nations must be completed as soon as possible.

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