Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 18, 2023
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1-Indian Army brings up Pakistan’s 1971 capitulation during a high-level meeting with the UK Air Chief | Watch
During a meeting between Army Chief General Manoj Pande and Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston, Chief of the Air Staff, Royal Air Force of the UK, on Monday in New Delhi, the Indian Army reminded Pakistan of its defeat in 1971. In the background of the two top officials from India and the UK in the images of the meeting that the Army has provided, a sizable frame of the Pakistani military’s surrender can be seen.
2-Tim Cook enjoys Vada Pav inside Apple’s first store in India and exclaims, “Hello Mumbai,” in the video below.
Today, the US technology behemoth Apple will open its first physical location in India. Customers will be able to visit the upscale Apple shop in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex at Jio World Drive Mall. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, will open the store while he is in the country. After Mumbai, Delhi’s Select City Mall will host the opening of Apple’s second location. The public can visit the store starting on April 20. Here is a sneak preview of Apple’s extravagant and distinctive Mumbai store.
3-Pak Twitter’schools’ Priyanka Chopra for appreciating a director | ‘Brush Up Your Knowledge’
The fact that Priyanka Chopra referred to Pakistani director Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy as “South Asian” in an Instagram post has angered Pakistani internet users. The Indian actor had praised Sharmeen for Star Wars in a post of congratulations. Adnan Siddiqui, a Pakistani actor, expressed his disgust with Priyanka’s word choice on Twitter. Other Pakistani internet users also criticised Priyanka Chopra.
4-In Mumbai, Apple opens its first store in India, and Tim Cook welcomes customers
A 1984 computer is brought by an Apple fan to the Mumbai store opening.
5-Putin’s infrequent trip to the front lines infuriates Ukraine | See what the Russian President told soldiers
Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, paid soldiers at a military installation in the southern Kherson and Luhansk region a visit.
The Ukraine conflict is nearing a turning moment as Kyiv prepares to launch a spring attack.
Despite claiming to have seized both areas, Russia does not have complete control over either.
In a video made public by Putin’s office, Putin said that while he didn’t want to interfere with the military’s work, it was nevertheless crucial for him to get their perspective on how things were going and to exchange information.
6-‘If Murdered…’: Explosive letter sent to CM Yogi and Courts by Atiq and Ashraf | Details
Atiq Ahmed’s attorney claims that a letter written by the deceased gangster-turned-politician and his brother Ashraf Ahmed is on its way to CM Yogi Adityanath and the Chief Justice of India, three days after their death. The attorney claimed that before the brothers were killed, Ashraf Ahmed had informed him that a top police official’s name was on the letter and that he had threatened and boasted that the brothers “will be taken out of jail and eliminated.”
7-Pak cricketer tweets “Jai Shri Ram,” compliments the BCCI, and receives backlash | Watch
Danish Kaneria, a former cricketer for Pakistan, has drawn criticism for his praise of the BCCI. Kaneria thanked the Indian Cricket Board for raising the prize money for all domestic competitions in a tweet.
In reaction to BCCI secretary Jay Shah’s Tweet about the prize money increase, Kaneria tweeted “Jai Shree Ram.”
The Hindu former Pakistani spinner also made fun of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Kaneria encouraged ‘other boards’ to take notes from the Indian cricket federation.
However, many Twitter users in Pakistan took issue with Kaneria’s statement.
8-Baljeet Kaur, an Indian climber who was last seen alive on Mount Annapurna, was found alive.
A day after going missing near Camp IV of Mt. Annapurna while descending from the summit point, notable Indian climber Baljeet Kaur, 27, was found today, according to an official from the expedition’s organiser.
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