Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-June 18, 2023
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1-The Taliban mock Biden’s military might; Afghanistan declares August 31 a national holiday
The final US soldier to leave Afghanistan on August 31 was made a national holiday by the Taliban government. The administrative office of the Taliban government released a statement announcing the decision made by the Council of Ministers. As a result of the US military’s complete withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 31, 2021, the Taliban were able to retake Kabul.
2-Pakistan cries foul ahead of PM Modi’s visit to the United States; Islamabad reveals unrest as Biden appeases India
The strengthening ties between India and the United States have Pakistan “worried.” Khawaja Asif, Pakistan’s defence minister, issued a warning prior to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s official visit to Washington, saying Islamabad “does not have any problem” with the United States and India developing closer ties as long as this does not compromise Pakistan’s interests.
3 Chinese spying on Indian missiles; Myanmar government confronts China over military presence
Concerned over Myanmar’s plan to enable China to establish monitoring and surveillance facilities at Coco Islands in the Bay of Bengal, India has conveyed its strong opposition to the move. China would be able to monitor Indian missile launches from the Balasore test site in Odisha thanks to these facilities.
4-Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty win the men’s doubles title at the Indonesia Open.
As the first doubles team from India to win a Super 1000 competition, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty won the men’s doubles title at the Indonesia Open on Sunday. The Malaysian team of Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yika were thoroughly defeated by the world No. 6 pair, who took home gold from the Birmingham Commonwealth Games and bronze from the world championships the previous year. The score was 21-17, 21-18.
5-After a surprise inspection for “immoral activities, 25 foreigners were detained in Bengaluru.
On the basis of a suspicion that people were engaging in “immoral activities,” Bengaluru Police conducted unexpected checks on the high streets of MG Road, Brigade Road, and Church street late on Saturday night.
6-Dharmendra Gives It All During His Heartfelt Dance At Karan Deol’s Wedding
At his grandson Karan Deol’s wedding, veteran actor Dharmendra was captured on camera dancing passionately. The actor, who was wearing a brown suit and a vibrant turban, danced to the dhol’s rhythms with the help of his son Bobby Deol. Today, in front of his family and friends, Karan Deol wed Drisha.
7-For One Day, Rishi Sunak Serves As An Immigration Officer, And The UK Arrests 105
As part of a statewide drive on illegal immigration, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak went on a raid with UK Home Office enforcement agents. The raid resulted in the arrest of 105 foreign persons from 20 different countries.
8-On-Camera, 2 Families Fight Over Hyderabad House Late at Night, Gunshots Fired
Two families in Hyderabad came to blows late at night over a property dispute, exchanging gunfire, stones, and lathes. A CCTV camera and cell phones both recorded the event that occurred in the Mir Chowk neighbourhood. The images depict two families arguing with each other and ladies brandishing lathis. Police officers have been stationed nearby following the altercation to stop any further flare-ups.
9-Nepal: Landslides cause chaos in Eastern Nepal, leaving one person dead and 25 others missing
In Nepal, reports of landslides and flooding have been made as the monsoon season began. In Eastern Nepal, landslides and flooding have left at least 25 people missing and one person has been identified as dead. All of the occurrences, according to the police, were reported within a 24-hour period beginning on Saturday evening in three different districts of Eastern Nepal.
10- A fire breaks out on a Philippine ferry with 120 persons aboard, and rescue efforts are under way.
In the Philippines, a ferry carrying 120 passengers and staff caught fire at sea. To save people on board and put out the fire, a coast guard vessel was sent to the scene. The M/V Esperanza Star caught fire at morning while sailing from the central Philippine province of Siquijor to the province of Bohol, according to the coast guard. It was not immediately clear if there were casualties or how many people had been saved off the ferry.
11-Germany refuses parental custody and turns children over to youth services in the Ariha Shah case
In a dramatic setback, a court in Berlin rejected the biological parents’ custody request for Ariha Shah, a 28-month-old Indian child.
12-US President Joe Biden holds his first election-year rally in 2024.
President of the United States Joe Biden attended his first political event since beginning his campaign in April. In Philadelphia, he spoke to union members about running for reelection in 2024. According to reports, his campaign aimed to strengthen a crucial pillar of his political coalition and increase support among white working-class voters. The American Federation of Labour and Congress of Industrial Organisations (AFL-CIO), which includes 60 unions and represents more than 12.5 million employees, held the event on Saturday.
13-“Adipurush”: Following harsh criticism, the film’s creators have decided to change some of the language
Manoj Muntashir, the author of “Adipurush,” and the film’s producers have chosen to change the lines that offended people. Manoj sent a lengthy message on Twitter announcing that the new lines would be added to the movie this week.