Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-June 8, 2023
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1-Biden’s Big Mistake Sets Off a Meme-Fest; US Future in Hands of Oldest President Is In Doubt
The most recent collapse of the American president was terrifying. On June 2 in Colorado, while attending the Air Force Academy graduation, Joe Biden, 80, tripped over a sand bag. This triggered a significant discussion about the appropriate age for the President as well as a full-fledged meme-fest on Twitter. Many Americans questioned if Biden was capable of safeguarding America’s future. Watch
2-Pak and Iran publicly argue about terrorism and the CPEC projects at a rare summit hosted by China.
At the first-ever trilateral conference on counterterrorism held in China, a blame game over cross-border incidents broke out between Pakistan and Iran.
3-Modi will make history with his address to the second U.S. Congress | Expectations for the meeting with Biden
During his visit to the US on June 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to make history. He’ll be the first prime minister to deliver two speeches to the US Congress. The Indo-Pacific area will be the main topic of discussion between President Biden and Prime Minister Modi, according to the White House.
4-A disagreement is caused by “Adipurush” director’s kiss to Kriti Sanon at Tirupati Temple.
Om Raut, the director of Adipurush, raised some eyebrows when he kissed Kriti Sanon on the cheeks at the Tirupati Temple. Om Raut has come under fire on social media for a ‘obscene’ behaviour he committed on temple grounds. The viral video was labelled “condemnable” by the Chilkur Balaji Temple’s chief priest in Telangana. On June 16, the motion picture Adipurush, starring Prabhas as Lord Rama, Kriti Sanon as Sita, and Sunny Singh as Lakshman, will be released.
5 Watch the first night launch of India’s nuclear-capable Agni Prime missile.
India successfully conducted a test launch of its newest ballistic missile, the Agni Prime. On Wednesday at around 7:30 p.m., the nuclear-capable missile was tested from Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha. It was the Agni Prime missile’s first pre-induction night launch. The test has now opened the door for enlistment in the Indian military.
6-Before meeting Biden, Rishi Sunak ‘chickens out’ at a baseball game in the United States.
Thursday at the White House, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will meet with President Joe Biden and pledge his unflinching support for Ukraine. However, the British PM made a scene at an American baseball game before meeting Biden. Observe what transpired!
7-Due to climate change, Cyclone Biparjoy has become an extremely severe cyclonic cyclone.
The first storm to form in the Arabian Sea this year, Cyclone “Biparjoy,” quickly strengthened into an extremely dangerous cyclonic storm.
8-Gilda Sportiello, an Italian lawmaker, is the first MP to nurse a baby in the House of Representatives.
Gilda Sportiello, an Italian lawmaker, is the first politician in the nation to breastfeed a newborn child in the Lower House. Gilda Sportiello took a seat on one of the higher benches with her infant son, participated in a vote on public administration, and then began nursing the youngster to a round of enthusiastic applause from the other members. During a round of applause in the Chamber of Deputies, the 36-year-old member fed her two-month-old baby Frederico, marking an important occasion in the political history of the country.
9-After a girl watches The Kerala Story on BJP MP Pragya Thakur’s instruction, she marries a Muslim man.
A woman is said to have eloped with her Muslim boyfriend a few days after seeing the contentious movie “The Kerala Story” with BJP politician Pragya Singh Thakur in Madhya Pradesh.
10- Geetanjali Aiyer, a well-known English news reader, passes away.
Geetanjali Aiyer, India’s first female English news reader, passed away on Wednesday. In her mid-70s, she was. After finishing her walk and returning home, she passed out.
11-Zomato Removes “Kachra” Campaign Video Following Social Media Backlash
After receiving negative feedback on social media, food delivery service Zomato removed its promotional campaign. The campaign, which debuted on June 5 in honour of World Environment Day, aimed to increase awareness of the burden that plastic waste has on the environment and to highlight how many kilogrammes of waste are used to produce even the most basic items. For example, a paperweight requires 3–4 kg of recycled “kachra,” while hand towels require 9–12 kg. The advertisement featured the actor who played “Kachra” in the 2001 film “Lagaan.” However, social media users criticised it for making a parallel between the two characters—”Kachra” (trash or junk) and the ostracised one.
12-Rs 2,000 Note Withdrawn: According to the RBI, 50% of Rs 2,000 Notes Previously Issued Have Returned.
The Reserve Bank of India said today that 50% of the Rs 2,000 notes formerly in circulation have been withdrawn. The notes that have been returned have a value of Rs. 1.82 lakh crore. 85% of the notes, according to RBI governor Shaktikanta Das, have returned as bank deposits. On May 19, the decision to withdraw was announced.