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1-Donald Trump’s Arrest: Ex-President enters a not-guilty plea in the case involving confidential papers
The court procedures related to the former president’s federal indictment commenced yesterday afternoon with the arraignment of Donald Trump in a Miami court. 37 federal charges, including obstruction and improper retention of defence information, are included in this second accusation against him for keeping dozens of top-secret documents at his Florida property and refusing to give them up to the FBI and the National Archives.
All of these claims have been met with Trump’s ‘not guilty’ plea. Walt Nauta, his former assistant, has also been charged on 6 charges with him.So why, months after his initial indictment for allegedly paying Stormy Daniels hush money, has Donald Trump been charged once more? What allegations are made this time against him and his assistant?
2-China: Hainan Airlines faces criticism for its rule that prohibits flight attendants who are overweight
Concerns have been raised about a Chinese airline’s practise of suspending ‘overweight’ flight attendants. The story of Hainan Airlines’ “weight reference standard” swiftly gained attention on social media when the policy was made public this month. Many criticised the airline’s policy. According to reports, the business has now justified its decision. One of the largest Chinese airlines, Hainan, reportedly put into effect the new restriction in early June, threatening to terminate female flight attendants if they exceeded the “standard limit” on weight.
3-Rahul Gandhi dances to “295” by Siddhu Moosewala in the United States | Rahul Gandhi’s truck journey
Millions of people around the world are admirers of Sidhu Moosewala. Since his untimely passing last year, Moosewala left an enduring impression on the Indian hip-hop industry, garnering 10.9 million subscribers on YouTube and more than 8 million followers on Instagram. Rahul Gandhi is the most recent person to reveal his secret admiration for Sidhu Moosewala.
4-Brazilian flatmate brutally killed a Hyderabadi student in London
A 27-year-old Hyderabadi woman was fatally stabbed in Wembley, London. Around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Kontham Tejaswini, a Brazilian student who had moved to London for higher education, allegedly suffered an attack from her Brazilian flatmate. While Tejaswini passed away immediately, the Metropolitan Police reported that a second woman, age 28, was transported to a hospital with stab wounds “that were later assessed as not life-threatening”. The event happened in Wembley’s Neeld Crescent.
5-2 Teens In Telangana Die By Suicide, One Moved Into Hostel 4 Days Ago
Yesterday in Telangana, two teenage girls committed suicide in different circumstances, adding to the troubling trend of young people acting out and bringing attention back to mental health. Both girls were 11-year-olds. One of them, a 16-year-old, recently enrolled at a Hyderabad-based private institution. According to information obtained, the girl’s father sold land to pay for her educational expenses.
6-Arrest of a Tamil Nadu minister sparks a controversy; hospital recommends bypass surgery
V Senthil Balaji, a DMK leader and minister for Tamil Nadu, underwent a coronary angiography today, hours after being detained by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with an alleged money laundering case. The Chennai hospital where Mr. Balaji is receiving treatment further stated that the procedure found triple vessel disease that necessitates a CABG-bypass operation “as soon as possible.” When Mr. Balaji was carried to the hospital by the ED in the morning for a medical checkup, he sobbed uncontrollably.
7-Putin suffers a setback as a Russian general is killed during a counteroffensive in Ukraine during Storm Shadow.
According to reports, a Ukrainian missile strike near Zaporizhzhia claimed the life of a senior Russian general. Sergei Goryachev, the 35th Army’s chief of staff, was the target, and he was around 25 miles from the frontlines. He is the first top-ranking Russian officer to pass away in a calendar year. The second Chechen War was waged by 52-year-old Goryachev, a highly decorated lieutenant. His death may have been caused by a Storm Shadow missile donated by the UK, according to Russian military bloggers.
8-India will begin its largest hydropower project in Arunachal Pradesh as a response to China’s Brahmaputra Dam.
In Arunachal Pradesh, close to the Chinese border, India is developing its largest hydroelectric plant. The Subansiri River project, at $2.6 billion, will produce 2 gigawatts of power. The initiative is viewed as India’s response to China’s Brahmaputra River dam.
9-First-Ever Hindu Summit to be Held in the United States Capitol Amid Fears of “Hinduphobia” | Details
At the U.S. Capitol, renowned organisation Americans4Hindus will hold its inaugural conference. On June 14, House Speaker Kevin Mccarthy and a number of congressmen will speak at the event and take questions from the Hindu community in the United States. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trip to the US is one week after this meeting.
10-Army Chief’s Big Reveal: “Pak Soldiers Wanted Officers Like India” | Watch
Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande emphasised how Pakistani POWs were treated by the Indian Army when discussing the Indo-Pakistan conflict of 1971. Pakistani prisoners “had only praise for the treatment they received in India and frequently remarked that they wished their own officers were like Indian officers,” he claimed.
11-TCS Experiences Mass Female Employee Resignations as IT Giant Ends Work from Home
The largest IT company in India, Tata Consultancy Service (TCS), is also a major employer of women in the country’s private sector. According to recent reports, TCS’s return-to-office policy is causing women employees to leave the company. Milind Lakkad, the TCS company’s chief human resources officer, reportedly attributed the ‘odd’ tendency to the Covid-19 outbreak in a report by moneycontrol.com. The corporation just discontinued its work-from-home (WFH) policy. Lakkad hypothesised that the return-to-office rule may have contributed to the larger proportion of female resignations.
12-Greater Noida Society Issues Strange Dress Code For Residents Under Lungi, Nighty Ban
A strange rule has been developed by the Residents Welfare Association (RWA) of a society in Greater Noida. Residents have been encouraged to take care with what they are wearing in public spaces and parks. The Himsagar Apartment AOA published the notification, which was dated June 10. The announcement quickly became popular on social media. According to the notification, residents shouldn’t leave their houses while wearing “lungis and nighties.”
13- 18 NDRF Teams have been deployed to address the situation as Gujarat braces for Cyclone Biparjoy.
Gujarat, which is preparing for Cyclone Biparjoy, has 18 teams from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) stationed there. Rajnath Singh, the defence minister, also examined how the military was getting ready to handle an emergency