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The country requires all taxpayers to link their PAN to Aadhaar. The deadline for tying the two documents together was extended by the Income Tax Department today from March 31 to June 30. There will now be “certain repercussions” for people who do not link their PAN and Aadhaar by today.
2-Rahul Gandhi: “Congress Won’t Join Any Opposition Bloc Having KCR’s Party.”
Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, launched a harsh attack on Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday. He claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi held the remote control and called the state’s ruling party the “BJP’s B-Team” and its new acronym, BRS, the “BJP Rishtedar Samithi.”
3-Ajit Pawar and nine NCP lawmakers join the Maharashtra Cabinet
Politics in Maharashtra: Ajit Pawar, one of eight party leaders from the Nationalist Congress Party, joined the Maharashtra administration today. Mr Pawar will share the position of Deputy Chief Minister with Devendra Fadnavis of the BJP. Today marked the fourth swearing-in ceremony Maharashtra has seen in as many years, with Ajit Pawar, Chhagan Bhujbal, Dilip Walse Patil, Aditi Tatkare, Dhananjay Munde, Hasan Mushrif, Dharmaraj Babarao Atram, Sanjay Bansode, and Anil Bhaidas Patil taking the oath.
4-Viral: French rioters enter a Volkswagen showroom in Marseille and leave in brand-new vehicles
The unheard-of demonstrations in France following the police shooting of a teenager are now in their sixth day. Paris, Marseille, and Lyon are just a few of the French cities where rioters have gone on the rampage. Another video of a Volkswagen dealership being looted has recently gone viral, following videos of looting at Apple, Zara, and shopping centres. Rioters are shown applauding as individuals burst into the store and leave in brand-new vehicles.
5-Viral: Colombian military aircraft collide in midair before exploding in flames
A video of two Colombian Air Force aircraft colliding in midair and catching fire is currently trending online. At the Apiay Air Base, the incident happened on Saturday during a training session. After colliding, the T-27 Tucano aircraft fell, killing both pilots instantly.
6-‘RIP Humanity’: Cop’s Water-Pouring Act at Pune Train Station Ignites Outrage
A police officer is seen dumping water on individuals who are dozing off on a Pune train platform in a video that has gone viral. Online, the video has received a lot of unfavourable attention. On Twitter, the video has now had over 2.5 million views. Indu Dubey, the divisional railway manager for Pune, commented as soon as the video became viral by calling it “deeply regrettable.”
7-As part of an old tradition, a Mexican mayor marries an alligator dressed as a bride.
The mayor of a Mexican village got hitched to an alligator. The mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a town in southern Mexico, is Victor Hugo Sosa. The Tehuantepec Isthmus of Mexico’s town is primarily populated by Indigenous Chontal people. In a customary ceremony regarded as auspicious, the mayor wed a female alligator.
8-Elon Musk announces that Twitter would limit how many posts a user may read in a day.
Elon Musk proposed new restrictions on how many tweets per day users of Twitter can read. According to Musk, verified accounts are now only allowed to see 6,000 posts every day. The unverified accounts will be limited to 600 posts each day, and the number of new unverified accounts will be 300. Musk announced the temporary reading restrictions in a second post on Twitter, stating that they would soon be increased to 8,000 posts per day for verified users, 800 posts per day for unverified users, and 400 posts per day for new unverified users.
9-The Parliament’s monsoon session will begin on July 20; the BJP and the Congress have scheduled core group meetings
The monsoon session of Parliament will start on July 20, according to a statement made on Saturday by Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi. He stated that the session would last until August 11. Joshi stated today in a tweet that the 2023 Parliament’s monsoon session would start on July 20 and go until August 11. Encourage everyone to participate in fruitful debates during the monsoon session about legislative business and other topics. In this 23-day session, there will be a total of 17 sittings, according to Joshi.
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