Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 22, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 22, 2023

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1-Should Pakistan give India the PoK? Sharif Government “Spooked” by Jaishankar’s Remarks About Kashmir

In response to Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar’s comments on Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Pakistan expressed its displeasure and asserted that the area will never be a part of India. This comes after Jaishankar stated that it was a grave error on the part of India to leave Pakistan-occupied Kashmir unresolved in 1947 and that the region ought to have been a part of India like the rest of Jammu and Kashmir.

2-Yasin Malik enters court without permission, causing a breach in supreme court security.

On Friday, the security of the Indian Supreme Court was “compromised”. Yasin Malik, a terrorist, unexpectedly entered the supreme court to make a bodily presence, shocking the SC. There were serious security failings in this case, according to Solicitor General Tushar Mehta. The Home Ministry has since received a letter from the Solicitor General that is sharply worded. An investigation of a potential oversight or scam in Delhi’s Tihar Jail has been ordered.

3-On Cam: Russian Army Invades Ukrainian Trenches; Forces Zelensky’s Men To ‘Retreat’

In the midst of Ukraine’s counteroffensive along the frontline in the directions of Donetsk and Krasny Liman, fierce combat is taking place. In a recent video published by the defense ministry, Russian forces can be seen pressuring Volodymyr Zelensky’s men amid this. Before taking control of the Ukrainian stronghold, Russian soldiers breach Ukrainian lines. In a different video, lingering Ovod weapons destroyed a Ukrainian ammo facility.

4-Seema Haider ‘Fears’ Pakistan’s Return and Requests Indian Citizenship; Contacts President Murmu

Seema Haider, a citizen of Pakistan who entered India erroneously in order to be with her partner Sachin Meena, has petitioned President Droupadi Murmu. Seema Haider has asked for permission to stay in India since he argues that Indian culture and customs have had a significant influence on him. According to reports, the Pakistani national wants to become an Indian citizen.

5-Jagan Mohan Reddy and Pawan Kalyan in a dispute over the volunteer system in Andhra

Andhra president Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy lambasted Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan during a public assembly on Friday, intensifying the political dispute over the “volunteers.” Speaking to a crowd in the Venkatagiri constituency on Friday, Jagan Mohan Reddy referred to Pawan Kalyan as a “package star” and “political volunteer” who has long served Telugu Desam leader N Chandrababu Naidu. The JS leader, according to him, has “a history of multiple marriages, divorces, and ALLEGED illicit relationships.”

6-House Full On Day 1 As Oppenheimer Brings Cinema Back To Kashmir

The Christopher Nolan biopic Oppenheimer is receiving a remarkable reception in Kashmir, with the state’s sole theater in Srinagar reporting record sales on Friday, the day of the film’s premiere.

7-After the Manipur incident, a new video from Bengal shows two women being assaulted.

After the Manipur video shocked the nation, a second incredibly upsetting video that was allegedly from Malda in West Bengal surfaced. In the video, two women are assaulted and paraded while barely clothed. Initial accounts place the incident’s occurrence between three and four days ago. The two women were apprehended by locals in Malda’s Pakuahat on suspicion of theft, and they were beaten. The two accused women were assaulted by many women, according to the alleged video. However, no West Bengal Police complaint on the occurrence was made.

8-Joe Biden appoints Admiral Lisa Franchetti as the first woman to lead the US Navy.

Admiral Lisa Franchetti has been chosen by American President Joe Biden to command the US Navy. A top government official announced the news of her appointment on Friday. The first woman to lead the Navy and serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff would be Lisa Franchetti. She would follow Coast Guard Admiral Linda Fagan, who was also nominated by Biden last year, as the second woman to lead a branch of the US military. According to Joe Biden, Admiral Franchetti has proven to have vast knowledge in both the operational and policy fields throughout her career.

9-Alberto Feijoo, the head of the Spanish People’s Party, was made fun of for using “makeup.”

Spain is prepared for its early general elections on Sunday, and the conservative People’s Party (PP) is now in the lead. Following an apparent allusion to the deputy prime minister’s cosmetics at a campaign event, the leader is now facing sexism charges.

10-Ayesha Naseem, an 18-year-old cricketer from Pakistan, has announced her retirement due to her faith.

Ayesha Naseem, a Pakistani cricketer who was once considered a “serious talent” by the legendary Wasim Akram, has declared her retirement from international cricket, citing her adherence to Islamic ideals.

11-Ashish Sakharkar, four-time “Mr. India” champion and well-known bodybuilder, dies

A well-known bodybuilder named Ashish Sakharkar, who was Mr. India four times throughout his brilliant career, passed away at the age of 43.

12-One of America’s most adored singers, Tony Bennett, passes away at 96

According to his publicist, Tony Bennett passed away on Friday. He was a silky American singer who had a long-lasting hit with “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” and was always cool enough to win over newer generations of fans.
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13-IND versus WI 2nd Test 2023 Day 2: Virat Kohli Maintains India’s Lead with His 76th International Century

India scores a healthy total in the first innings thanks to Virat Kohli‘s 76th international century, while the West Indies are off to a steady start with the bat.

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