Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- May 24, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- May 24, 2023

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1-Opposition Unites Against Boycott Of Opening Of New Parliament Building

Since some parties have said they won’t be present, the inauguration of India’s new parliament on Sunday in New Delhi may resemble a gathering in Beijing with essentially no opposition representation.

2-Dabbawala and Uday Foundation In Mumbai Find A New Use For Old Clothes

What we consider commonplace or useless may be a luxury to others. Together, the Dabbawala and Uday Foundation of Mumbai are working to close this gap and give used clothing a new life.

3-A Madhya Pradesh man fulfils his wife’s final wish by investing all of his savings to construct a temple.

A Radhe-Krishna temple was constructed by BKP Chansauria in honour of his late wife Vandana Chansauria. He revealed to ANI that although his wife had planned for the temple in Chitrakoot to be built, she passed away at the same time. BKP Chansauria decided to construct the temple on May 13, 2017, and has since used all of his 32 years’ worth of earnings ($1.5 crores) to do it.

4-Civil Services Topper Ishita Kishore to NDTV: “On Top Of The World”

Ishita Kishore, Civil Services Topper, Tells NDTV She’s “On Top Of The World”

5-Historic “Sengol” sceptre given to India’s new Parliament building | All You Need To Know

PM Modi will place a historic golden sceptre close to the Speaker’s seat for the new parliament building’s opening this coming Sunday. Amit Shah, the home minister, made the announcement and discussed the significance of the historical artefact. According to Shah, Jawaharlal Nehru received the sceptre, or “Sengol,” to symbolise the handover of authority from the British to Indians.

6-After Rahul’s “Bricks of Ego” remark, the Modi government responds to the call to boycott the Parliament Complex.

Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, has recently criticised the federal government and joined the boycott of the opening of the new Parliament building by 19 opposition parties. Rahul Gandhi claimed it was “an insult to the country’s highest constitutional post” not to have President Droupadi Murmu inaugurate the new Parliament building. The opposition parties which skipped Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inauguration on May 28 have now come under fire from the Modi administration.

7- Imran Khan’s group According to Defence Minister Khawaja Asif, PTI may be outlawed.

According to Pakistan’s defence minister Khawaja Asif, the PTI of former PM Imran Khan is being considered for a ban.

8-A fresh Covid-19 wave with up to 65 million weekly cases is poised to reach China.

According to a senior health advisor, China will likely see the peak of the new Covid-19 wave near the end of June, with an estimated 65 million infections every week. Government officials are reportedly hurrying to expand their vaccination collection in order to combat the most recent omicron strains. The coronavirus variation XBB, which has been causing a rise in cases all over the country since late April, is predicted to cause 40 million infections per week by the end of May before reaching a peak of 65 million the following month.

9- Indian-origin teen detained for crashing a van near the White House and carrying a Nazi flag

After smashing a van close to the White House, an adolescent of Indian descent was taken into custody late on Monday. He is accused of putting the US President’s life in danger.

10-Actor Nitesh Pandey from “Anupamaa” dies from a heart arrest.

Nitesh Pandey, an actor best known for his work in the film Anupamaa, died at the age of 51. According to reports, he had a heart arrest on May 23. Nitesh was well-known for his work in television as well as for his role in the Om Shanti Om movie with Shah Rukh Khan. The entire business has been shocked by the news of his unexpected death.

11-Vaibhavi Upadhyay, an actress from Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai, died in a car accident on November

A car accident claimed the life of actress Vaibhavi Upadhyay, best known for her part in Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai. Himachal Pradesh is where the incident took place.

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