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1-Putin Laughs Out Loud After the Chief of the African Union Breaks Protocol | See What Happened

During a summit of African leaders hosted by Russia, the president of Comoros violated the rules of protocol. Azali Assoumani sat down in front of Vladimir Putin, his host. He tried to stand up right before the huddle, but as soon as he realized his mistake. Putin, however, politely requested that the Comoros president feel comfortable and stay seated.

2-Angry Dhankar Slams TMC MP Derek O’Brien In Rajya, Calling Him A “Habit Of Engaging In Theatrics…

A heated argument about the Manipur issue broke out in the Rajya Sabha between Chairman Jagdeep Dhankar and TMC MP Derek O’Brien. The opposition has pushed for a discussion on rule 267-related violence in Manipur. This rule mandates a break in business to allow for discussion of the current issue. Derek O’Brien was scolded by the Rajya Sabha chairman for acting theatrically. Dhankar, who was furious, also took issue with the TMC MP banging the table as he made his demand.

3-Pakistan admits to fomenting narco-terrorism in India’s Punjab and J&K, proving India correct.

India has long claimed that Pakistanis are fomenting narco-terrorism in the Indian state of Punjab and the Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory. Pakistan has now corroborated this claim. Drones are being used by drug smugglers in Pakistan to transport drugs into India, according to Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan’s special assistant. Speaking to Geo News, he said.

4-Amit Shah’s Major Claim On Manipur Horror Video, Claims “Conspiracy To Embarrass Govt.

According to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, a May 4 Manipur viral video was leaked in an effort to malign the Modi administration. On the eve of the monsoon session of Parliament, Shah claimed that “the videographer of the viral video involving hapless Kuki women has been arrested and prima facie appears to be a conspiracy to embarrass the Modi government.” The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been given the case, and the Union home ministry has also informed the Supreme Court of this. The Union home ministry has asked that the top court move these cases outside of the conflict-torn state.

5 After a flight departs without the Karnataka governor, AirAsia launches an investigation

After a Bengaluru-Hyderabad flight left the gate without the Karnataka Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot, AirAsia opened an investigation. Mr. Gehlot had already checked in his luggage and was waiting in the airport lounge. But before he could get to the boarding gate, the aircraft took off for Hyderabad.

6-Huge Landslide Captured On Camera In Jammu And Kashmir; Roads Blocked

Today, a significant landslide in Reasi, Jammu and Kashmir, blocked a route. Numerous portions of the district’s road infrastructure have been harmed by frequent rainfall and flash floods.

7-Air Force Rescues 6 Stuck Atop Earthmover In Rain-Struck Telangana

In a flood-devastated village in Telangana’s Jayashankar Bhupalpally district, two Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopters bravely saved six persons who were stuck on top of an earthmover.

8-Watch as a Blue Whale washes up in Andhra Pradesh after a heavy rainstorm.

A blue whale tragically washed up on a beach in Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, on Thursday. The whale is roughly 25 feet long and weighs five tons, according to local media. People from neighbouring towns congregated at the beach to observe the deep-sea creature, as seen in photos and videos from the scene that were shared online. The blue whale washed up on Meghavaram beach in Srikakulam’s Santabommali mandal.

9-As Telangana battles record-breaking rain, homes and roads are submerged.

Telangana continues to experience torrential rainfall, which has resulted in six fatalities. The constant rain has flooded several areas and hurt the crops and roads.

10-Trump, number Mar-a-Lago Case: Trump faces additional charges and a third suspect is indicted

A new allegation has been brought against former US president Donald Trump in the Secret Documents investigation. He is accused of conspiring to erase surveillance footage at his Florida estate Mar-a-Lago in order to hamper the inquiry into the improper handling of top-secret documents, according to the new indictment. The fresh accusations were announced yesterday, the same day that Trump claimed his attorneys had a meeting with Justice Department representatives in preparation for a different anticipated indictment regarding his alleged attempts to rig the 2020 election.

11-From August 1, Russia will begin offering e-visas to holders of Indian passports | Know all

Beginning August 1, Russia will make available electronic visas (e-visas) to holders of Indian passports. This action follows the development of bilateral connections and the promotion of tourism between the two countries. With this advancement, Indian travelers will be able to quickly and easily apply for their Russian visa, thus opening the doors to a great travel experience. The benefits of the electronic visa will be available to nationals of about 52 different nations, according to a statement issued by Russia’s Foreign Ministry.

12-In the Rajya Sabha, Anurag Thakur performs the Bollywood songs “Jimmy Jimmy” and “Disco Dancer.”

Anurag Thakur, a Rajya Sabha member, sang the classic songs “Jimmy Jimmy” and “Disco Dancer” during his speech on the Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2023. Thakur discussed measures to end the threat of movie piracy as well as reform the Central Board’s age-based certification system. Anurag Thakur, the Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, will introduce the Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2023 for consideration and passing in the Upper House.

13-Manipur Video Case: The Center asks the SC to move the case from Manipur while the CBI investigates the viral incident.

The CBI will look into the incident in which two Manipuri women from the Kuki community were seen being paraded naked and assaulted, the Central Government has informed the Supreme Court. It argued before the Supreme Court that the Center has zero tolerance for crimes against women and that terrible offenses like the one in Manipur will be taken severely and punished so that they serve as a deterrence for other crimes in the country. Additionally, it has guaranteed that the trial would be held in a time-bound manner and that the inquiry will be finished as soon as possible. In order for the trial to proceed smoothly, the Center has also asked the Supreme Court to issue directives directing the relocation of the investigation to a State other than Manipur.

14-In Chicago, a Hyderabadi woman was discovered starving, and her mother pleaded with her to return.

According to reports, a Chicagoan woman from Hyderabad is starving and depressed. The Telangana-born woman is wanted by the Indian Consulate General in Chicago. To pursue higher education, the woman traveled to the US. The woman’s mother has requested assistance from external affairs minister S. Jaishankar in bringing her back home in a letter to him.

15-Typhoon Doksuri makes landfall in China on and raises the nation’s alert level.

After avoiding Taiwan on its route from the Philippines to China, Typhoon Doksuri made landfall there, bringing with it devastating winds and torrential rainfall to coastal areas. As a result, the fifth typhoon of the year, Typhoon Doksuri, has been given a red alert by China’s national observatory, the most severe warning in its four-tier warning system. Typhoon Doksuri is predicted to bring extensive damage to the eastern and southern regions of the nation.

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