Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 19, 2023

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Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- April 19, 2023

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1-Modi Government Ignores US-Led West; India Purchases Russian Oil in April at Prices Above G7 Cap | Report

According to Reuters, India and China supported Russia by purchasing extra oil in April at rates above the G7 ceiling of $60 per barrel.

The research asserted that despite efforts by the U.S.-led West to limit funding for Russia’s war in Ukraine, higher earnings are being seen in Russia as a result of the move by India and China.

2-The CEO comments on the rising demand for Indian-Russian missiles, “‘BrahMos Only For Friendly Countries'”

The CEO of BrahMos claims that demand for the Indian-Russian supersonic cruise missile is rising amid the improvement of relations between New Delhi and Moscow. According to Atul Rane, the missile jointly developed by India and Russia has attracted interest from nations in Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa. But he went on to say that only those that are “friendly” to both Russia and India will be able to buy it.

3 “Still waiting for IMF loan,” Pakistani internet users insult their nation as an Apple store opens there

After Apple established its first store in Mumbai, internet users in Pakistan praised the economic development of India. On Pakistani social media, there was a lot of discussion on the opening of the Apple store there, and many users acknowledged how advanced and business-friendly India is. As the Shehbaz Sharif administration attempts to obtain an IMF bailout, Pakistani internet users lampoon the economic catastrophe in their nation.

4-Primary Jammu and Kashmir Highway Being Snow-Freed To Promote Tourism

The Bhaderwah-Chamba interstate highway is being cleared of snow quickly by the Jammu and Kashmir Roads and Buildings department in order to reopen it to traffic by the end of this month. The duty has been assigned to more personnel and equipment.

5-Rahul Gandhi eats Golgappas and other local fare at the Bengali Market in Old Delhi.

While elections in Karnataka are scheduled to take place next month, Congressman Rahul Gandhi appeared to have taken a day off from the political commotion when he was spotted walking the streets of Delhi, mingling with locals, and indulging in some mouthwatering cuisine.

6-Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha relationship allegations are rampant: Recognise the AAP leader in full

Raghav Chadha, an AAP politician, has been in the news for a while now because of his purported relationship with Parineeti Chopra, a Bollywood actress. Let’s take a closer look at Raghav’s journey thus far and what motivated him to pursue a career in politics before all of these rumours are confirmed or rejected.

7- Bihar: Employees Must Wear Formal Clothing In Government Offices In Saran District; Jeans Are Prohibited

In a strange event, the District Magistrate of Saran, Bihar, has forbidden all public servants from wearing jeans to work. The staff are expected to arrive at work between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm dressed in business attire. In order to be quickly recognised, employees will need to wear their identity cards around their necks. According to IANS, violators will face consequences.

8 – Did Putin have surgery? Speculations about a “mysterious mark” on the neck of the Russian president

Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, attended a church service this past weekend, which raised questions about his well-being.

The’mysterious mark’ on Putin’s neck was noticed.

This sparked more rumours that he might be critically ill in the midst of the intensifying conflict with Ukraine.

Numerous other sources stated that he either has Parkinson’s disease, cancer, or both.

However, the Kremlin has insisted that the Russian President is healthy.

9-Mizoram named the “happiest” state in India: How it is a role model for all other states

The northeastern state of Mizoram has reportedly been named India’s “happiest” state. The state has achieved a 100% literacy rate and permits its students to advance their talents and aptitudes despite difficult circumstances. The second state in India to achieve 100% literacy is Mizoram.

10-Britain raises alarm as Russian hackers attempt to “disrupt and destroy” UK infrastructure | Details

A warning about a growing threat to Western key national assets from hackers who support Russia and its conflict with Ukraine was released by the UK government’s cyber defence agency. Hackers with ties to Russia have run largely benign cyber campaigns that have taken down or vandalised well-known public websites. However, the British National Cyber Security Centre claims that some of those organisations have been deliberately plotting ways to hurt people more directly.

11-Karnataka Chief Minister Holds Roadshow in His Constituency With Actor Kichcha Sudeep

In preparation for submitting his nomination for the May 10 Assembly elections, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai organised a significant roadshow on Wednesday in his Shiggaon constituency with the help of BJP National President JP Nadda and Kannada movie star Kichcha Sudeep. In the election-bound state, actor Kichcha Sudeep earlier this month declared his support for Chief Minister Bommai.

12-India surpasses China to become the most populous country, with 142.86 billion people

According to data that the UN has just released, India has surpassed China as the world’s most populated nation. In comparison to China’s 142.57 crore, India has 142.86 crore people, according to UN figures. Since the UN began compiling population figures in 1950, India has never placed first on the list of most populous nations.

13-Watch: An Odia woman runs 42.5 kilometres in the UK Marathon while donning a Sambalpuri sari

When an Odia woman from the UK completed a 42.5 kilometre marathon in Manchester on Sunday while donning a Sambalpuri handloom saree, she turned heads. Madhusmita Jena Das, 41, ran the marathon in 4 hours, 50 minutes, wearing a lovely crimson saree and orange trainers.

14 – Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, meets PM Modi

CEO Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this evening in advance of the opening of Apple’s second store in Delhi, highlighting that the business supports his vision of “positive impact technology” and is dedicated to investing throughout the nation.

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