Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- May 4, 2023
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1-Wrestler Bajrang Punia Dissects His Request for the Centre to Return His Medals.
Ace wrestlers protesting in Jantar Mantar in Delhi claim that late on Wednesday night, while they were bringing in mattresses to sleep on after a day of rain, a group of intoxicated Delhi Police officers targeted them. They said that the policeman assaulted and thrashed the female wrestlers. Several grapplers took blows to the head, and two of them got hurt. When thinking back on the event, Bajrang Punia sobbed and said, “I request the government to take back all my medals.”
2-Passengers, proceed now. Go last, upset and angry
Angrily disappointed Go First passengers were left stranded at the Delhi airport the day after the airline abruptly cancelled all of its flights after filing for bankruptcy.
3-Vinesh Phogat, a wrestler, analyses the situation: “Did We Win Medals To See Such Days?”
Wrestlers Protest: Legendary wrestler Vinesh Phogat sobbed in front of the camera last evening after several demonstrating with her were allegedly assaulted by a Delhi Police officer. She asked while struggling to contain her tears, “Did we win medals to see this day?
According to the protesters, a “drunk” police officer attacked two wrestlers while his colleagues stood by and did nothing. “No female police officers were present. Everyone was being shoved and prodded by that cop, Ms. Phogat added.
4-Direct criticism of the Indian PM by Pakistani batsman Shahid Afridi, who claims that Modi will cause more harm
Shahid Afridi, a former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, blasted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his policies against Pakistan during an outburst on a television station. Afridi stated that Pakistan cannot expect the Modi administration to ever work in its favour and that the PCB has limited options if India decides not to visit Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup.
5-During an IPL match face-off, Gambhir and Virat Kohli said to one other, “You can’t abuse my family.”
Tensions between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir erupted once more at the completion of the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Super Giants on Monday in Lucknow. An observer who was a member of one of the teams provided a detailed account of the encounter between the two cricketing titans.
6-Russia issues’military-technical’ warning to US-led NATO over Finland deployment plan
According to Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry, if NATO led by the United States utilises Finland’s territory, Moscow will be “forced to take military-technical and other retaliatory measures.” Zakharova stated during the conference on Wednesday that “we are closely following NATO’s plans regarding Finland” amid rumours that the United States intended to station troops and weaponry on Finnish soil.
7-Shooting in Serbia: A teenager opened fire inside a school, leaving several people dead.
A school shooting is an armed assault involving the use of a firearm that takes place at an educational facility, such as a primary school, secondary school, high school, or university. Mass shooting refers to a shooting that results in many casualties. After a teen boy opened fire at a Serbian school today, Serbia reported an unfortunate incident of mass shooting.
8-“Godfather of AI” After leaving Google, Dr. Geoffrey Hinton issues a warning about the risks of AI.
A British-Canadian cognitive psychologist who is widely regarded as the father of artificial intelligence (AI) recently announced his resignation while raising the alarm about the mounting risks posed by the field’s advancements. Geoffrey Hinton, who is 75 years old, resigned from Google. He expressed his regret about his work in a startling message. He discussed some of the risks associated with AI chatbots and described them as “quite scary.”
9-Data analysts rank nations based on divorce rates, from highest to lowest
Divorce rates are rising globally as marriage becomes less and less common. Marriage is a contentious global topic right now, despite the fact that it depends on religion, family, culture, and a person’s behaviours. The greater divorce rates in wealthy nations compared to emerging nations may just be a coincidence.It’s good news for Indians and India, so there. India leads the world in preserving partnerships, family structures, and values with a 1% divorce rate.
10-Wrestlers Protest: At Jantar Matar, wrestlers and Delhi police get into a physical altercation.
Late on Wednesday, a fight started between the cops and wrestlers. Two wrestlers suffered head injuries, with one being sent to the hospital right away.
11-At The Mumbai Airport, Shah Rukh Khan Refuses To Take A Selfie With A Fan And Pushes His Hand Away
At the airport, actor Shah Rukh Khan declined to take a selfie with a fan. An incidental video has gone viral. SRK may be seen leaving the airport in the footage. The performer gives his audience a kiss before continuing. A fan then attempts to take a selfie with the star shortly after. Intensely glaring back at the fan, SRK pushes his hand away.
The actor and his manager Pooja Dadlani then make their way to their car. Many people expressed their unhappiness on social media. A person on Instagram commented, “Celebrity hai bhagwan nahin.” Another commenter referred to the “unnecessary attitude”
12-Pak FM Bilawal arrives in Goa for the SCO foreign ministers’ meeting and says he is “very happy to be in India.”
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the foreign minister of Pakistan, expressed his happiness at attending the SCO foreign ministers’ meeting in the Indian state of Goa. Although Bilawal is scheduled to meet with his counterparts from friendly nations of Pakistan, it is unlikely that they will have a bilateral conversation today or tomorrow.
13-Russian FM Lavrov says “Namaste” to Jaishankar and other Indian officials in Goa
Prior to the SCO foreign ministers’ meeting in Goa, Sergey Lavrov and S. Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs for India, met. The talks were held in a very friendly setting as both leaders exchanged “Namaste” greetings with each other and the delegation members.
14-For the third time, the Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal concerning “The Kerala Story”
The Central Board of Film Certification awarded to “The Kerala Story” was contested in a case that the Supreme Court declined to hear on Thursday. Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud stated, “We must be very careful about staying films, and let the market decide if the film is not up to the mark.”
15-British Royal Family I’d Like To Thank Bengal Girl For Creating A Dress For The Coronation.
Camilla, the queen consort, will wear a dress created by Singur, West Bengal resident Priyanka Mallick for King Charles’ coronation, which will take place on May 6 in London. The British Royal Family acknowledged this act of kindness and thanked Priyanka in a letter.
16-Andhra CM Lays Foundation Stone for Rs 21,000,000,000 Tech Park Being Built by Adani Group in Vizag
The Vizag Tech Park, a division of Adani Enterprises, has a Rs 21,844 crore foundation stone laid by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. 300 megawatt data centres will be located in this technology park. Over the course of seven years, the Vizag Tech Park will gradually offer 39, 815 people direct employment and 10, 610 indirect employment opportunities.
17-In Lucknow, Sample This Nawabi Chai For A Cup Of Tea Worth Rs. 249
It’s not your typical cup of tea, either! This is a unique gold leaf tea from Lucknow, the capital of the nawabs. To improve the aesthetic and flavour of sweets and even biryani, edible gold and silver leaves, known as “Sone Chandi ka vark,” are frequently utilised. Nevertheless, the ’21 Carat Chai’ shop in Lucknow’s Rajajipuram neighbourhood offers tea that has been gold leaf plated and bills itself as being “Better than the Best.”
18-Violence in Manipur: For “extreme cases,” the governor’s administration has issued a shoot-at-sight order.
After clashes between tribal people and the Meitei community, which makes up the majority of the state, erupted across the state today, Governor Anusuiya Uikey of Manipur approved the state home department’s order to shoot at sight.