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1-Mallikarjun Kharge and Jagdeep Dhankar’s banter has the Rajya Sabha divided
While there was a commotion in the chamber over the Manipur issue, Jagdeep Dhankar, the chairman of the Rajya Sabha, and Mallikarjun Kharge, the leader of the opposition, shared a lighthearted moment. The Rajya Sabha chairman responded to Kharge’s statement by telling him that he was “number one in his heart.” The Rajya Sabha split up in laughter at the Congress MP’s next hilarious statement. This occurs as the house is experiencing a contentious debate about the prolonged violence in the state of Manipur.
2-Manipur Violence: Protests In Mizoram Reach Record Levels, Anti-Modi Slogans Rise
Mizoram’s demonstration against the state of affairs in Manipur was met with strong support from the city of Aizawl. Mizos came together on Tuesday to demand for a halt to violence and to show their support for the Zo ethnic minority in the conflict-torn Manipur state. Five illustrious NGOs that make up the NGO Coordination Committee organised it. Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga, who joined the action, urged party members to take part by announcing the closure of the MNF party office. In solidarity of the protests, opposition parties like the BJP, Congress, and Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) also closed their offices.
3 – Pakistan Army Chief Ignores PM Sharif? In light of a loan from China, he instructs Pakistanis to “Throw Begging Bowls.”
General Syed Asim Munir, the head of Pakistan’s armed forces, has insulted both Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and China, the nation’s staunchest friend. He has promised to make Pakistan more independent and discourage it from taking out loans. All Pakistanis, according to Munir, must toss the alms bowl. His remarks come just before Pakistan is due to get a new loan from China.
4-AAP’s Raghav Chadha Fumes At Dhankar In The Rajya Sabha | Watch The Exchange
Raghav Chadha, an AAP member, was criticised by Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankar for supporting Sanjay Singh’s suspension. Chadha requested a split vote on the suspension of the AAP MP. Chadha was rebuked by Dhankar, who said that as a new member, she needed advice from more experienced members. This occurs a day after Sanjay Singh was put on indefinite suspension by the Rajya Sabha chairman for “repeatedly violating the directives of the chair.”
5-West Indies versus India I Ind vs WI 2023 update for the first test
The last game of the IND vs. WI series got underway at Queen’s Park Oval on July 20. Right after winning the toss, West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite ordered India to bat first. With a magnificent century in his 500th international game, Virat Kohli was the star of the show.
The 29th test century for Virat Kohli. India’s celebration was ultimately ruined by rain in Port of Spain, which stopped their march towards triumph. India prevailed in the two-match test series, 1-0. See the highlights of the IND vs. WI game here. The second Test of the IND vs WI Series’ Man of the Match award went to Mohammed Siraj.
6-M. Kharge and Piyush Goyal Trade Insults in the Rajya Sabha Over the Manipur Debate
In today’s Rajya Sabha debate on Manipur, House Leader Piyush Goyal and Leader of the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge traded jabs, with Mr. Kharge demanding the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mr. Goyal claiming that the House would also discuss atrocities committed against women in opposition-ruled states.
7- PM Modi will open Delhi’s Pragati Maidan Complex on Wednesday
The International Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre (IECC) complex, which the PMO claims would rank among the top exhibition and convention complexes in the world, will be officially opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 26 at Pragati Maidan in Delhi.
8-Kevin McCarthy, the speaker of the US House, raises the prospect of impeaching Joe Biden.
President Joe Biden is the subject of a review, according to US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, which is “rising to the level of an impeachment inquiry.” McCarthy, the head of the House’s Republican majority, claimed that Biden had not been completely honest about his role in his son Hunter Biden’s business transactions. He also said that the House of Representatives had already requested that he start the impeachment process against Biden.
9-Manipur lifts the moratorium on broadband services; there is no mobile internet; Mizoram witnesses protests.
Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, saw a potent demonstration of community support as residents came to the streets to protest the situation in Manipur. Mizos came together on Tuesday to demand for a halt to violence and to show their support for the Zo ethnic minority in the conflict-torn Manipur state. The NGO Coordination Committee, made up of five illustrious NGOs, organised it. The Manipur government reviewed the issue of the internet restriction on Tuesday, and it subsequently ordered that the suspension of broadband services be “lifted conditionally in a liberalised manner.” The decision to lift the ban on broadband services was made as new reports of violence from the state in the northeastern U.S. Mobile internet access, meanwhile, is still unavailable.
10-As the parliamentary impasse over the violence in Manipur continues, PM Narendra Modi lashes out at the opposition
On July 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Opposition for the ongoing commotion and disruption in Parliament related to the Manipur issue. PM Modi referred to the opposition as “directionless” and claimed that their actions indicate that they have chosen to remain in the opposition.
11-Twitter Can’t Get Enough Of Jaya Bachchan’s Expression In “Dhindhora Baje Re” from the song ”RRKPK”
Since the teaser was released last month, interest in Jaya Bachchan’s portrayal in Karan Johar’s upcoming romantic comedy Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani has piqued. She plays the stern matriarch Dhanlakshmi, who stands out as a distinctive presence in the vibrant and happy world of Dharma Productions. In the film’s newest song, “Dhindhora Baje Re,” a lively dance number starring Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh, set around the auspicious occasion of Durga Puja, Jaya’s character takes centre stage once more. Jaya stands out as the lone one dressed in a dark blue saree with a stern expression amid a sea of red dresses and backgrounds.