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1-Amid Western Sanctions, India & China Save Russia, Buying 80% Of Russian Oil In May
India and China, the top two oil consumers in the world, are increasing their imports of cheap Russian crude oil. India and China purchased up to 80% of the oil that Moscow sold in May, according to the most recent assessment from the International Energy Agency. India has raised its daily purchases of Russian crude from nearly nothing to roughly 2 million barrels. Despite Western sanctions, Russian oil shipments are expanding.
2-Putin Has The Last Word on Biden’s “Nuclear Hypocrisy” and the Way Dollars are Filling Russian Pockets
The United States’ ‘nuclear hypocrisy’ has finally been revealed. According to reports, American businesses are paying Russian nuclear energy billions to enrich the uranium needed for nuclear power facilities. According to NYT, this occurs despite efforts by the U.S.-led West to isolate Russia by imposing sanctions in response to its military conflict in Ukraine. See how Russian President Vladimir Putin is coming out on top in this video.
3-India acquires teeth to fend off China on the LAC with MQ-9 Predator Drones and an F-414 Engine Deal.
An agreement between India and the U.S. to jointly produce fighter aircraft engines will almost certainly be finished during PM Modi’s visit to the country. The government-owned HAL and Massachusetts-based General Engine would work together to build engines for the Tejas light-combat aircraft. On the eve of Donald Trump’s visit to India, the most recent significant acquisition was made.
4-Watch: IAF Deputy Chief Flies Sortie; Tejas Mk-1A Trainer First Series Production Revealed
IAF deputy head Air Marshal Ashutosh Dixit visited HAL’s Tejas Division to evaluate the status of the domestic combat aircraft development projects. During his tour, the Air Marshal piloted a Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas Series Production Trainer-01. Watch
5-Governor Reacts to Tamil Nadu’s Move to Divide Arrested Minister’s Duties
The latest flashpoint in the conflict between the governor and the government in the opposition-ruled state of Tamil Nadu is a planned alteration to the minister V Senthil Balaji’s portfolio. The Chief Minister MK Stalin’s request to reallocate Mr. Balaji’s portfolio and keep him on as a minister without portfolio appears to have been rejected by Governor RN Ravi.
6-Dynasts, Says BJP, As Nehru Museum Is Renamed; Dictatorial, Says Congress
After the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Society in Delhi changed its name to the Prime Ministers’ Museum and Library Society, BJP and Congress leaders are engaged in battle on a new frontline.
7-In Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, A Class 10 Student Was Poured With Petrol And Burned To Death
In the Bapatla area of Andhra Pradesh, a student in Class 10 was killed after being set on fire while attending class. The 15-year-old teen is thought to have been doused in petrol and burned alive.
8-Savarkar was expelled from Karnataka textbooks, and Nehru included this in a letter to Gandhi.
The state government of Karnataka deleted V D Savarkar from Kannada and Social Science textbooks.
9-Adipurush: The makers remove the contentious “Sita” discourse, and the mayor of Nepal requests a ban
Adipurush, the mythological drama starring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon, has had one of its dialogue lines cut after Kathmandu Metropolitan City Mayor Balen Shah threatened to block the Om Raut movie’s Nepali distribution. Please view the video to understand why.
10-Judge KM Jospeh retires today; be familiar with his illustrious rulings
Justice KM Joseph, one of the Supreme Court’s most esteemed justices, announced his retirement today. After serving on the supreme court for almost 5 years, he has retired. Justice Joseph, who was the third-most senior judge at the time of his retirement, is renowned for his candour and outspoken criticism of the Union government’s delays. Justice Joseph oversaw five Constitution Benches during his 4.75 years on the apex court and wrote more than 130 decisions.