Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 17, 2023
Watch Latest News, Breaking News, Global News of today and the last 24 hours.
Latest News, Breaking News, Global News section helps people to know the latest happenings all across the world.
1) India will’snub’ the G7 in favour of more Russian energy; FM Nirmala suggests evading the price cap as the war rages.
The G7 nations’ price cap on Russian oil has been bypassed by India, according to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, if more is needed. The two biggest threats to India’s economic growth, according to Nirmala Sitharaman in an interview with Bloomberg, are the possibility of increasing oil prices and the effects of the war in Ukraine.
2-On camera: Ukrainian soldiers flee for their life as Russian forces blast military installations
Videos depicting Russia’s airborne artillery units devastating Ukrainian military outposts were published by the Russian Ministry of Defence.
Moscow claims that its frontline soldiers used UAVs to identify Ukrainian targets and then fired mortars against military outposts and lightly armed vehicles. Watch the actions of Russian airborne forces.
3-In the midst of the conflict, Modi and Putin strengthen their friendship; India and Russia consider a free trade agreement
A commercial pact is being considered to significantly bolster bilateral ties between India and Russia.
Russia and New Delhi are negotiating a free trade pact.
S. Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs for India, stated that the two parties are debating a “advance agreement” on a trade pact that would ensure bilateral investment.
Since the start of the war in Ukraine, relations between India and Russia have been growing.
Russia took over from Iraq as India’s main crude supplier last month. One of New Delhi’s top five trading partners is Moscow.
4-Watch: Congress Welcomes Switched Leader With Huge Hooray, Leaving Wife in Tears
Former Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar received an emotional welcome when he landed in his district today, hours after joining the Congress.
In a video, Jagadish Shettar’s wife Shilpa could be seen sobbing in her arms as cheering onlookers raised signs in his honour.
5-Hindu Law’s Sacrament. Even In Islam,” the Centre is against gay marriage
The Centre, which has long opposed legalising same-sex unions, said today that marriage is a “exclusively heterogenous institution” and that the decision to treat same-sex unions equally to traditional marriage “seriously affects the interests of every citizen.”
The government contended that the Court must avoid from issuing such “omnibus orders” because doing so would amount to a virtual judicial rewriting of an entire branch of law.