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1-Yogi fulfils his ‘Mitti Mein Mila Denge’ vow; the UP government’s 50-day victory over Atiq’s ‘Mafia Raj’
Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, needed nearly 50 days to accomplish his promise in the UP legislature. Atiq Ahmed, a gangster-turned-politician, had pledged to end the Mafia raj in the state, but now he and his associates are dead.
Atiq Ahmed and his brother were shot dead on live television by gunmen posing as journalists just a few days after his son Asad was killed in a police confrontation. A total of 56 suspects have been slain since the February murder of attorney Umesh Pal, and the authorities have ruthlessly taken out Atiq Ahmed’s criminal network. This movie explains in detail how the Yogi government destroyed the criminal empire.
2- ‘World’s Most Popular For A Reason’: U.S. Commerce Sec. recall meeting with PM Modi
At a gathering held at the India House in Washington, US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo had nothing but love for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She claimed that “Modi is the most well-liked leader in the world for a reason; he is a visionary, and his degree of dedication to the people of India is beyond description.
3-UK MP praises PM Modi’s leadership and the LiFE effort, saying that “India is out in front” | Watch
Nicholas Stern, a British member of the House of Lords, praised PM Narendra Modi. The UK legislator commended PM Modi’s leadership while speaking at a World Bank event and praised his LiFE global programme to combat climate change.
“PM Modi has introduced a completely new narrative of development and growth. I paid close attention to what he had to say in COP 26 in Glasgow in November 2021,” he stated.
4-Imran Khan calls Army Chief Gen. Asim Munir Pakistan’s “Most Powerful Man” and “exposes” his role in politics
Imran Khan, a former prime minister, once more ‘exposed’ the army’s function in Pakistan. The Pakistan Army Chief, according to Imran, is the nation’s most powerful individual. He charged that the ‘corrupt mafias’ and the Pakistani military establishment were working together to prevent his return to power.
For disobeying the SC’s order to hold elections in Punjab on May 14, he criticised Pakistani Prime Minister Sharif.
5-Watch: In Maharashtra, a drug-addled man drags a traffic cop down the windscreen for 10 kilometres
In Maharashtra, a man dragged a traffic cop on his windscreen for about ten miles while reportedly under the influence of drugs. A CCTV camera caught the entire incident, which took place this afternoon about 2:00 PM.
The incident started when the traffic cops attempted to pull over the car because they thought something wasn’t right. He attempted to stop the automobile again at a crossroad in Washi city but the driver still did not pull over.
6-Jubilant scenes fill M Chinnaswamy Stadium for home fans as RCB defeats DC in IPL 2023.
IPL2023: The atmosphere is upbeat after RCB successfully defended its total of 175 against winless DC. The crowd burst in jubilation, and M. Chinnaswamy was engulfed in jubilant scenes of RCB fans singing the well-known slogan “E Sala Cup Namde.” The supporters responded to the home side’s victory over DC, which was the product of a masterful performance by Kohli and a team effort by the bowling staff that led to the Capitals’ downfall.
7-Relations between India and Peru: “We Are Very Keen On Having Comprehensive Economic Partnership With India”
Yesterday, the second India-Peru Joint Commission Meeting took place in New Delhi. During this meeting, the two countries reviewed their historically cordial ties and talked about measures to advance their mutually beneficial cooperation in areas including commerce and investments.
Ignacio Higueras, Peru’s vice minister of foreign affairs, and Saurabh Kumar, secretary (east) in the external affairs ministry, co-chaired the meeting. The two nations’ collaboration in multilateral forums and international bodies was also reviewed, along with regional and multilateral issues of current importance.
8-Early viruses in human DNA may aid in the fight against cancer
To better understand why some patients respond to immunotherapy more favourably than others, researchers at the Francis Crick Institute focused on lung cancer, the most common cancer-related death worldwide.
They discovered that when a person develops cancer, viral genes passed down from our ancestors can be “woken up” to combat the tumour.
9-How China’s Most Recent Attempt in Arunachal Illustrates Beijing’s View Of International Law
Xi Jinping’s China seeks to annex Arunachal with little to no respect for international laws and violations. Watch to learn how Beijing asserts its claim to territory ever governed by any Chinese dynasty using so-called “historical claims”
10-Some Indians went famished as a result of the delayed census.
It is unknown how many people live in India today, but it will soon surpass all other countries in terms of population. Due to the pandemic, the once-every-ten-year census that was supposed to be conducted in 2021 was postponed. And that is denying crucial assistance to individuals who ought to be entitled to government food handouts.