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1- Russia furious after Ukraine bombs Belgorod’s schools and hospitals | Watch
On Sunday morning, Ukrainian forces shelled the village of Murom in Russia’s Belgrade, damaging a school and a medical centre. Two people were killed the day before when Ukrainian soldiers shelled further Belgorod neighbourhoods.
2-Biden is visibly upset when spare parts for F-35 fighter jets valued over $85 million disappear in the United States.
The situation in the US defence industry is revealed in an explosive report. Over the past five years at least, more than 1 million F-35 spare components valued at least $85 million have gone missing in the US. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) study contains the shocking information. There were earlier rumours that the US was having trouble keeping up with its major combat jets. One of the quickest, most elusive, most potent fighter jets in the world is the F-35.
3-Coromandel driver received a “green signal,” and an interlocking change was made.
One of the deadliest train accidents in recent Indian history was the horrifying triple train catastrophe that occurred on Friday night in Balasore, Odisha, killing 275 persons. The cause of the incident has finally been determined by the Indian Railways. The disaster was caused by a modification in the computerised interlocking, according to railway minister Ashwinin Vaishnaw, although a full investigation is still pending.
4-Sword looms over Imran Khan in the Pakistani Military Court Trial; Former PM attacks Army, ISI | Report
If Imran Khan’s role in the May 9 riots is proven, a military court trial is likely, according to defence minister Khawaja Asif. Days prior to his remarks, Pakistan’s interior minister Rana Sanaullah made a similar suggestion. Imran Khan levelled a serious charge against the Pakistani Army and ISI in an interview with Reuters.
5-‘India Can Look After…’: 59 Members of Parliament Write to the German Envoy and Demand Ariha Shah’s Return
The German ambassador to India has received a letter from 59 MPs representing 19 different political parties requesting his assistance in securing the release of an Indian child who was taken from her parents by German officials in 2021. Ariha Shah was placed in the care of the German organisation Jugendamt when she was just seven months old. The legislators asked the German envoy for assistance in reunifying Ariha with her parents amidst the Central government’s efforts to repatriate the youngster.
6-Bridge in Bihar tumbles into River Ganga like a house of cards | Watch Moment Of Fall
In Bihar, a bridge that was still being built collapsed into the Ganga river. In the video captured by one of the villagers, two sections of the Aguwani-Sultanganj bridge in Khagaria can be seen crumbling one after the other. A bridge worth Rs 1,717 crore was being built in Khagaria, Bihar. Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar, has requested an investigation and the identification of those accountable.
7-Odisha Train Accident Updates | Joe Biden Says Indian Train Crash Has Left Him “Heartbroken”
Accident involving the Coromandel Express: US President Joe Biden expressed his grief over the tragic news of a train accident in India that has claimed nearly 300 lives on Saturday. One of the deadliest rail accidents in India in almost three decades occurred when three trains collided in the Balasore district of Odisha. Over 1,100 individuals have been hurt, with at least 288 deaths.
8-Ruturaj Gaikwad, a CSK star batter, wed Utkarsha Pawar in a picturesque ceremony.
In a secret ceremony performed in Mahabaleshwar, Ruturaj Gaikwad, the star batter for the Chennai Super Kings, married his longtime partner, Utkarsha Pawar.
9-Famous singer protests anti-LGBTQ+ laws in the US
The LGBTQ+ community was honoured by singer Taylor Swift at the start of Pride Month during the Eras Tour stop in Chicago. According to reports, she spoke out against the trend of anti-LGBTQ legislation in America. Swift remarked that everywhere there should be a stunning, safe atmosphere for the LGBTQ people.