Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 23, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 23, 2023

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1-Biden’s advisor criticizes Islamabad over Imran and the IMF Loan Deadlock, calling Pakistan “Pak A Laughing Stock”

The ‘cypher’ scandal surrounding Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan, according to Shahid Khan, the president of the United States’ counselor on the arts, has turned Pakistan into a laughing spectacle. The “cypher” row purportedly called for Khan’s removal as prime minister. According to Biden’s advisor, American involvement in Pakistan’s domestic politics is nonexistent.

2-Water enters the tarmac at Ahmedabad Airport, leaving passengers stranded and flights delayed

Gujarat’s Sardar Vallabhai Patel Airport was inundated as a result of the state’s two days of nonstop rain. Knee-high water is visible in the terminal area in several viral videos. Many flights became stopped because the runway was extremely congested. Authorities have advised travelers to check in with their airlines regarding their flights as a result of the waterlogging, which made it difficult for passengers to arrive at their planes on time.

3-Bhagvad Gita-Related Scene in Oppenheimer Sparks ‘Hinduism Under Attack’ Cry in India

The biopic of Robert Oppenheimer, which was released on Friday, is deeply divisive. A group of Indian moviegoers were outraged by a moment in the film. In a cinematic scene, Oppenheimer is shown reading the Bhagavad Gita while engaging in sexual activity. Uday Mahurkar, the information commissioner for the government of India, questioned how this sequence from the Christopher Nolan blockbuster was approved.

4-Chinese nationals are detained by Indian forces in Bihar for illegally crossing the border a second time via Nepal.

Two Chinese citizens were detained for trying to enter India without proper documentation at the Indo-Nepal border in the East Champaran district of Bihar. According to HT, immigration officials believe espionage was a factor in their move, however the reason for it is presently unknown. The two had attempted to enter the border illegally previously.

5-Seema Haider’s Pakistani husband publishes the “Return My Children” video from Mecca.

The husband of Seema Haider, an Indian citizen who entered India illegally via Nepal to be with her lover, has produced a video from Mecca Grand Mosque pleading with Pakistani authorities to facilitate the return of his four children. His wife is still under investigation in Uttar Pradesh, India. Seema also made a video, in which she can be seen feverishly reclining on a bed.

6 Hyderabad Police Busts Rs. 712 Crore Scam, Arrests 9

Nine persons were detained today by the Hyderabad Cyber Crime Police in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad. They were complicit in a fraud involving investments. Along with the arrests, police also gathered documents from 33 different companies and 17 mobile phones, two computers, and 22 sim cards. To dismantle the entire network and imprison everyone responsible for the fraud scheme, police are pursuing additional investigations. CV Anand, Hyderabad’s police commissioner, remarked to the media, “We have made arrests after we received information of fraud involving numerous people. There is a 712 crore fraud.

7-Elon Musk’s shocking announcement on Twitter brand, logo: “Soon We Shall Bid Adieu…”

The owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, made a shocking announcement today, revealing that he intends to redesign the service to reflect his aim for building a “super app” similar to China’s WeChat. Musk tweeted, “And soon we shall say goodbye to the twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.” Another tweet from him read, “If a good enough X logo is posted tonight, we’ll make go live worldwide tomorrow.”

8-Anantha Seshasayana Vishnu sculpture in Hyderabad is one of a kind.

Hyderabad residents are showing a great deal of interest in a large, extremely rare, more than 1000-year-old teak wood that has been carved into a one-of-a-kind carving (of Adishesha Sayana Sri Maha Vishnu). It was ordered by a century-old business that also made the stunning main doors and woodwork for the Yadadri Temple in Telangana, as well as the new Indian Parliament building and the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya. Uma Sudhir explains the popularity of this priceless work of art.

9-Indian Student’s Vision Receives Global Recognition

Agastya Sinha, a 17-year-old boy from India, has won acclaim for his educational initiatives on a global scale. The Cloud Canvas technology, which Agastya invented, promises to transform how kids study science. The adolescent has won significant awards like the Diana Award and been named to HundrEd’s list of the top 100 global educational innovations. HundrEd is a nonprofit organization with a global goal that specializes in educational innovation. Over 14,000 students in 7 countries currently use his program, called “Cloud Canvas.”

10- Protesters rush Baghdad’s Green Zone in response to the Sweden Quran Burning

On Saturday, tensions erupted once more in Iraq as a result of recent protests in Europe that involved the burning of the Quran, the holy book of Islam. These protests have spurred a discussion about how to strike a balance between freedom of speech and religious sensibilities.

11-Seema Haider and Sachin Meena are reportedly sick, according to reports.

Days after being questioned by the Uttar Pradesh ATS, Seema Haider and her Indian spouse Sachin Meena reportedly became unwell on Saturday morning. Haider requested permission to remain with her four children at her marital residence in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, in a mercy appeal submitted to President Droupadi Murmu on Friday. Haider has also petitioned the president to have an oral hearing for her. At the President’s secretariat, the plea was received that Supreme Court attorney AP Singh had submitted on her behalf. Haider said in the plea that she is in love with Greater Noida resident Sachin Meena and that she brought her four children to live with him.

12- Rescue of a 3-year-old boy from a borewell in Nalanda, Bihar

A 3-year-old boy named Shivam Kumar was successfully saved from a borewell in Kul village, Bihar’s Nalanda district, in a touching rescue effort. The five-hour operation required rigorous preparation and devoted teamwork, and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) staff was instrumental in making it successful.

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