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1-India criticises Pakistan for bringing up Kashmir at the UN, calling them “those Soaked in Bigotry…”
For bringing up the Jammu and Kashmir issue at the UN Security Council discussion on children and armed conflict, Pakistan has come under fire from India. India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ashish Sharma, described Pakistan’s comments as “venomous” and “politically motivated.” Those who are steeped in intolerance, he claimed, “will find it difficult to understand a pluralistic society.” India responded strongly after Pakistan’s UN representative, Munir Akram, criticised the omission of India from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ most recent report on children and armed conflict as an aberration. Take a look at how India decimated Pakistan at the international forum.
2-India criticises Canada for Khalistani ‘Kill India’ Posters, saying that it “Can’t Use Free Speech For Terror” | Watch
The US, UK, Canada, Australia, and other nations were urged by the Ministry of External Affairs to take decisive action against extremist Khalistanis. Speaking on behalf of the MEA, Arindam Bagchi said that since pro-Khalistan organisations are waging campaigns to incite violence against Indian diplomats and missions, freedom of expression shouldn’t be abused to promote separatism and legitimise terrorism. Banished Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) in Australia, Canada, the US, and the UK have called for a “kill India” demonstration on July 8 in these four nations to target Indian diplomats and embassies. According to Bagchi, the government places the highest premium on the protection of Indian diplomats.
3-UK Warns the Khalistan Lobby Directly, Declaring “Any Direct Attack On Indian Mission Unacceptable”
The Khalistan lobby in the nation received a severe warning from the United Kingdom. This is in response to reports of demands for a “kill India” demonstration to be held on June 8 in London. James Cleverly, the foreign minister of the United Kingdom, declared that “any direct attacks on the Indian High Commission in London are completely unacceptable.” Threats against senior Indian diplomats were included in rally flyers that were being distributed on social media.
4-Shivraj Singh Chouhan, an MP, apologises and honours the Peegate victim by washing his feet.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, met Dashmat Rawat at his Bhopal home. CM Chouhan washed Rawat’s feet and presented him with a shawl and a Ganesha sculpture. Outrage erupted across India after a video of Dashmat Rawat being urinated on surfaced. After the video became viral, the defendant, identified as Pravesh Shukla, was taken into custody.
5-Gurpatwant Singh Pannun allegedly releases a fresh threat video from the UN headquarters in Khalistan.
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a khalistani terrorist and the leader of Sikh For Justice (SFJ), was said to have perished in a car accident. But as of right now, he allegedly published a brand-new video on July 5. He disputes all of the allegations surrounding his death in the video. He has threatened Indian diplomats in the US and Canada once again in light of the murder of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in the most recent video.
6-Imran Khan is accused of attacking the Pakistani Army HQ and has been charged in 150 charges.
Imran Khan, a former prime minister of Pakistan, is mentioned in six lawsuits. Three of the prosecutions fall under the strict Anti-Terrorism Act and are related to the extraordinary attack on the army’s General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi on May 9.
7-India’s third lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, will be launched on June 14th, according to ISRO.
The third iteration of India’s moon mission, Chandrayaan-3, will lift off on July 14 at 2:35 p.m. from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Centre. The third lunar mission takes place about four years after the Chandrayaan-2 mission, which crashed-landed on the Moon’s surface in 2019, partially failed. There are several changes between the two missions despite the fact that the mission design is the same in both.
8-Nepali Prime Minister Prachanda’s comment on India generates controversy, and the opposition calls for his resignation.
A comment made by Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda created quite a commotion in the nation. He claimed that an Indian businessman who had moved to the Himalayan nation had once tried to elevate him to the top position. Sardar Pritam Singh, a pioneering businessman in Nepal’s trucking industry, was mentioned by Prachanda.
9-Sitara, the daughter of Mahesh Babu, debuts on a Times Square billboard.
When his daughter Sitara made her debut on the famous Times Square billboard, Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu couldn’t contain his happiness. learn everything there is to know about her.
10-Hong Kong-born singer-songwriter Coco Lee passes away at age 48
Singer-songwriter Coco Lee, who was born in Hong Kong and had a very successful career in Asia, committed suicide at the age of 48. After her health began to deteriorate in recent months, the celebrity lost her battle with despair.
11-After 11 years, Mark Zuckerberg rejoins Elon Musk’s Twitter in the midst of the release of the Threads app.
The creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, abandoned Twitter more than 11 years ago. Zuckerberg made a post on the microblogging website early on July 6. The creator of Facebook shared a meme. This coincides with the introduction of Meta’s new platform, Threads, which competes with Elon Musk’s Twitter. In a meme created by Mark Zuckerberg, one man is pointing at another who is also wearing a Spider-Man suit. The post was without a caption.
12-Haryana Govt Allows Restaurants To Open 24 Hours A Day, But Owners In Gurugram React Differently To The Decision
Restaurant owners in Gurugram are ecstatic and anticipate a boost in revenue as a result of the Haryana government’s approval of restaurants operating 24 hours a day throughout the state. However, some business owners worry about the security of patrons going out after dark.