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1-Owaisi, KCR, and 7 Parties Who Have Not Decided Which Side To Take In The 2024 War
On July 18, meetings hosted by the opposition and the NDA attracted more than 60 political parties. Over 30 political parties allegedly attended the BJP’s large NDA gathering in New Delhi. In contrast, the opposition asserts that 26 parties attended their massive convention in Bengaluru. However, before the conflict in 2024, a number of significant political parties have not yet chosen a side. Nine or ten significant political parties opted to abstain. To learn more, view the video.
2-Pakistan ranks fourth worst globally, Indian passport rankings improve
According to the Henley Passport Index, India’s passport is now ranked 80th in the world, an improvement over its previous position. In 57 nations, Indians can now travel without a visa. Singapore overtook Japan as the country with the finest passport in the world, while Pakistan fell in the rankings to take the fourth-worst position.
3-INDIA Bowls 2024 Googly With “Bharat” Tagline; BJP Allies Call It “Cheap Trick To Win Votes…”
The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance, a unified opposition group, now has a new slogan. The new campaign slogan of the India Alliance, which will compete against the BJP-led NDA in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, is “Jeetega Bharat” (India will win). It is believed that the slogan “Bharat” is an attempt to respond to the BJP’s “Bharat vs. India” line of attack.
4-Britain faces the greatest threat since the Cold War, the UK warns of Russia’s nuclear threat during the Ukraine war.
According to a report on the future of UK defense, the Russian nuclear danger to the United Kingdom is at its highest level since the end of the Cold War. The notes warned that Britain now faces additional “nuclear escalation” threats from Russia as a result of the conflict in Ukraine. A further statement in the UK Defence Command Paper stated that as “Russia becomes more isolated internationally as a result of its actions and behaves more volatilely, the threat to the UK and our interests will increase.”
5-Questioning a Pakistani woman who traveled to India for love by UP’s Anti-Terror Squad
The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad questioned Seema Haider after she crossed three international borders to get from Pakistan to India. Her interrogation revealed that Seema had spent 70,000 Pakistani Rupees on a phone prior to arriving in India.
6-Best-dressed at Wimbledon, Malibu Barbie House on AirBnB, and the World’s Largest Cruise
From a tribute to Jane Birkin to the price of a little handbag stool that costs Rs. 8 lakh, how much does it cost to travel on the world’s largest cruise? Get your fill of the most recent and popular News, views, and virals to keep you up to date on everything lifestyle related, including Kate Middleton, Priyanka Chopra, and Sonam Kapoor at Wimbledon 2023, the Barbiecore fever that is sweeping the globe prior to the release of the Barbie movie with Margot Robbie, Aishwarya, Deepika, and even AirBnB going all pink, and more.
7-Pentagon is surpassed by the Indian Building to become the world’s largest office
The Pentagon was the biggest office building in the world for 80 years. However, a structure in Gujarat’s Surat that will contain a diamond trading center has now claimed that distinction, according to a CNN story. Ninety percent of the world’s diamonds are cut in Surat, which is referred to be the gem capital of the world. According to the outlet, the recently built Surat Diamond Bourse would serve as a “one-stop destination” for more than 65,000 diamond professionals, including cutters, polishers, and traders.
8-Teesta Setalvad is released on bail after the Supreme Court overturned a High Court order.
Teesta Setalvad, an activist who had been ordered earlier this month to “surrender immediately” by the Gujarat High Court in a case involving the 2002 Gujarat riots, received significant relief on Wednesday when the Supreme Court granted her bail. The Gujarat High Court’s decision to deny her request for regular release while she was under investigation for allegedly manipulating evidence in instances involving the riots was overturned by Justices BR Gavai, AS Bopanna, and Dipankar Datta.
9-The Rising Yamuna Finally Reached The Taj Mahal Walls After 45 Years
The Yamuna River reached the Taj Mahal’s walls in Agra after crossing the 495-foot “low-level flood” there after pouring above the danger threshold in Delhi. The river hasn’t reached this level for about 45 years, so this is a first. A garden behind the monument from the 17th century has also been flooded. According to the local authorities, Yamuna crossed the 497.99-foot mark. The UNESCO World Heritage site is not under risk, according to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The outside of Itimad-ud-Daula’s tomb and the Dussehra Ghat close to the Taj Mahal have been affected by water.
10-NASA starts planning for a 2027 lunar expedition with the ‘Dimple’ expedition.
Since Chandrayaan-3 has been making headlines for a while, I’ve got another moon-related mission for you today. A key component of NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions is this mission. NASA has chosen a new scientific mission to investigate the age and make-up of the mountainous terrain created by volcanic activity on the near side of the Moon as part of its Artemis program of lunar missions. Dating an Irregular Mare Patch with a Lunar Explorer is the abbreviation for the chosen instrument suite, which is known as DIMPLE. This device will examine the Ina Irregular Mare Patch on the surface of the moon.
11-Gigi Hadid was detained in the Cayman Islands for possessing marijuana.
Gigi Hadid, a supermodel known for her luxurious lifestyle and flourishing profession, recently encountered legal issues after being caught with marijuana during a girls’ trip to the Cayman Islands.
12-Seema Haider case: Age mismatch discovered despite reports that girl had two passports
She possesses two passports, according to shocking revelations in the Seema Haider case. Her date of birth was incorrect on the passport, according to the anti-terror unit of the Uttar Pradesh Police. The national identity card for Seema Haider was only released in September 2022, or 10 months ago. She reportedly has two passports, and some of the information on them is dubious. Her Pakistani identity card’s legitimacy has also been questioned. Her passport, Aadhaar card, and other documents pertaining to her children, according to reports, would also be inspected.
13-“Jeetega Bharat” Is The Slogan For The Opposition Alliance INDIA’s 2024 Lok Sabha Elections
The opposition parties have decided on Jeetega Bharat (India Will Win) as their campaign slogan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. During the two-day conclave held in Bengaluru, the opposition parties recently decided on the name India (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance) for their group.