Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- August 26, 2022
1- Spanish lawmakers enact the “Only Yes Means Yes” se*ual consent law in response to a group r*pe that occurred in 2016.
Spain has strengthened its r*pe regulations in a significant change to its criminal court. The new law requires specific consent for se*ual activity.
The rule is referred to as “Only Yes Means Yes.”
The Spanish parliament approved it with 205 votes in favour and 141 votes against.
2-‘Solidarity with Sanna Marin’ trending on Twitter; Finland PM receives support following party video controversy
Videos and posts in support of the Finnish prime minister Sanna Marin have been trending on social media.
Women-dominated social media users have shared recordings of themselves imitating Marin to show their support.
Internet users supported the Finnish prime minister and defended her freedom to attend a private event with friends.
3-UK PM candidate Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy perform “Gau Puja” in London prior to the results | Viral
Before the results of the UK PM election on September 5 were announced, UK PM candidate Rishi Sunak held a “Gau Puja” in London.
To conduct the “puja,” Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy went to a cow enclosure.
Sunak may be seen in the video doing a “aarti” for the cow.
The former UK Chancellor may be seen holding a brass tumbler, donning a saffron scarf, and giving the cow holy water.
4-Sonali Phogat Video: Sonali Phogat Is Seen Being Taken Into Room Hours Before Death
The police claim that the BJP politician was drugged, which may have contributed to her death, adding another twist to the Sonali Phogat murder investigation.
This happened after her blunt force injury was disclosed in the autopsy report.
Later, two of her assistants were detained on suspicion of murder.
5-Electric vehicles gaining popularity in Russia
In Moscow, Russia, the number of electric vehicles on the road is increasing quickly, as is the required infrastructure.
There are fast and slow charging stations. Both have simultaneous multi-car charging capabilities.
The reason for installing the slow ones is to allow the ev driver to recharge during lengthy meetings or before going for work.
6-AI helps the dead speak by allowing a departed woman to address her funeral
Have you ever considered the speech you might make at your own funeral? Asking questions to a deceased person is now possible thanks to artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
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7-UK releases first satellite to research forests throughout the world
The carbon stored in our planet’s forests will be measured by a UK-built satellite, which will also determine the effects of deforestation.
The first satellite to examine the world’s forests in three dimensions is called Biomass.
8-According to Ban Ki-moon, India should reach net zero by 2050 rather than 2070.
The former head of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, voiced his displeasure with India’s goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2070 while addressing a conference in Delhi. He challenged the Indian government to be more climate-ambitious.
9-According to a CMA poll, Canada’s medical professionals’ mental health is getting worse.
According to a recent national poll from the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), more doctors and medical workers in Canada experienced burnout and considered suicide over the previous year compared to times before COVID.
10-Ghulam Nabi Blames Rahul Gandhi for Resigning From All Congress Ranks
Senior Congressman Ghulam Nabi Azad resigned from all of his party posts on Friday.
A five-page letter was delivered to Sonia Gandhi, the acting party president.
11-Noida Twin Tower | We are certain that it will be destroyed: Director of Edifice Engineering
The demolition of the Noida Supertech Twin Towers is scheduled for Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Regarding the demolition, we have confidence: Utkarsh Mehta, Director of Edifice Engineering, talks to News18
It is necessary to evacuate every resident: RWA President Atul Chaturvedi
12-There Will Be No Toll Plazas In India; Here Are All The Rules That Will Be Enacted
A bill to eliminate toll booths from national highways will be approved by the center.
How will taxes be collected then? Which fate awaits Fastag? You’ll learn everything you need to know from this video.
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13-NV Ramana, Chief Justice of India, Leaves Office
The outgoing Chief Justice of India (CJI), NV Ramana, stated on Thursday that the collegium of the Supreme Court had approved nearly all of the names related to the Delhi High Court and that the collegium had successfully appointed nearly 224 judges in various high courts during his tenure.
He expressed the hope that the Centre would also approve these recommendations.
14- In relation to the Covid vaccine, Moderna sues Pfizer.
Moderna announced on Friday that it is suing Pfizer and BioNTech, two competitors in the vaccine industry, alleging that they violated its patents when creating the Covid-19 shot, which is given to hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
15) Prince Harry participates in a charity polo game
Princess Diana was killed in a vehicle accident in Paris about 25 years ago.
Prince Harry is currently striving to guarantee that her philanthropic initiatives in certain of Africa continue.
Prince Harry played in a charity polo event near Aspen, Colorado. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez talks about the cause it supports.