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1-Highlights of the India vs. West Indies match; India wins the second ODI
The ODI series between Team India and the West Indies got off to a fantastic start. In the lopsided series opener in Barbados, India defeated the home team Windies by 5 wickets. On Saturday, the second game of the three-game series was played, with Barbados keeping the hosting privileges.
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma were unable to play in the second ODI because of increased workload.
They were officially replaced in India’s starting XI by players like Sanju Samson and Axar Patel. While Rohit was absent, vice-captain Hardik Pandya took the captain’s role. The home team’s captain, Kraigg Brathwaite, called it right at the toss in Barbados and decided to field.
2-Pakistani Businessman Gives Anju of India a 50,000-cheque and Land in Return for Converting to Islam
Anju from India is shown in a viral video receiving presents from a Pakistani businessman following her marriage to Nasrullah and conversion to Islam. Mohsin Khan Abbasi, the CEO of the Pak Star Group of Companies, gave Anju a job, a check for PKR 50,000, a land parcel measuring 10 Marla, and other presents. The gifts, he claimed, are intended to help her feel at home in Pakistan. Along with changing her religion, Anju adopted the name Fatima.
3-After Kohli and Sharma’s risky gambit backfires, netizens lambaste Team India’s head coach, with the hashtag #SackDravid trending.
The decision by Team India to rest Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma appears to have been a mistake. In the second game of the three-match series, India was defeated by West Indies. West Indies defeated India on their soil for the first time in six years. Internet users yelled at the head coach and caused the hashtag #SackDravid to trend on Twitter.
4-Meet Hirsh Vardhan Singh: A ‘Pure Blood’ Indian-American Running for President of the United States
Hirsh Vardhan Singh, an Indian American, has entered the race for the post of US President in the crowded Republican field. After former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, Singh became the third Indian American to enter the race for the Republican nomination.
5-‘Missing’ If You Have Any Mercy, Terrorists, Says the Mother of an Indian Jawan.
A significant search effort is under way in the valley following the disappearance of Javaid Ahmed Wani, a 25-year-old Indian Army soldier, from the Kulgam area. On Saturday, the soldier who had gone to acquire groceries vanished. According to some sources quoting his relatives, Javaid was abducted by militants from his car. At this time, the police, however, have not confirmed any reports of kidnapping. A pair of slippers, together with blood traces, were discovered in the Army soldier’s vehicle at Paranhall. His distressed family has now launched a heartfelt plea for Javaid’s release.
6-PM In advance of Independence Day, Modi launches the “Meri Mati Mera Desh” campaign.
In honor of the nation’s fallen heroes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on Sunday that a “Meri Mati Mera Desh” campaign would be started in the weeks leading up to Independence Day.
7-New Assam Legislative Assembly inaugurated by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla
Sunday saw the inauguration of the Assam Legislative Assembly’s new edifice in Guwahati by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.
8-Atiq Ahmed’s attorney was detained in a case involving a witness murder.
The Uttar Pradesh police today detained Atiq Ahmed’s lawyer in connection with the murder of Umesh Pal, a crucial witness in the shooting death of former BSP lawmaker Raju Pal. Umesh Pal was a critical witness in the case against Atiq Ahmed. According to police sources, the attorney Vijay Mishra disclosed the gunman Umesh Pal’s location.
9-Launch of the ISRO-rocket from Sriharikota with seven Singaporean satellites on board
On Sunday, C56 (PSLV-C56) of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was launched from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) with six co-passenger satellites.
10-Manipur Violence: I.N.D.I.A Delegation criticizes the center for the state of affairs there
I.N.D.I.A. opposition MPs traveled to Imphal’s Rajbhawan to meet with Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Manoj Kumar Jha, leaders of the opposition, criticized the Centre for the state of affairs in Manipur. Earlier, the opposition delegation criticized the BJP-led Centre for failing to send a team and said that, should Prime Minister Narendra Modi travel to the state with an all-party group, it would be happy to accompany him. The broad opposition alliance I.N.D.I.A’s delegation of 21, which consists of 21 people, is in Manipur for two days. Since May 4, there has been ethnic violence in Manipur.
11-Voyager 2: A technical issue prevents NASA from communicating with the spaceship
Voyager 2 of NASA is currently suffering an unanticipated “communications pause” and is unable to receive instructions or send data back to Earth. One of two probes sent out in the 1970s to study planets in the outer solar system was Voyager 2. Nearly 15.24 billion kilometers from Earth, Voyager 1 is still functioning normally, according to a statement from NASA.
12-Bangladesh: A new round of protracted demonstrations calling for Sheikh Hasina’s resignation get under way
Bangladeshis are becoming more and more angry with the Sheikh Hasina government every day. People are vocally expressing their distress as national elections for the following year loom big. Yesterday, supporters of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party burned buses on fire and threw petrol bombs at her, calling on Sheikh Hasina to resign as prime minister and canceling the anticipated early-2019 elections.
13-2000-year-old shipwreck in Rome with ‘absolutely preserved’ glassware has been found.
The remains of a 2,000-year-old Roman cargo ship that sank off the coast of Italy have been discovered, and the find has been dubbed “exceptional.” About 50 miles northwest of Rome’s capital city, on a seabed, the remains of an ancient cargo ship were found. It’s possible that the Roman ship Capo Corso 2 capsized while delivering glass from the Middle East to France.
14-Shai Hope Will Help West Indies Level Series in the 2nd ODI between India and West Indies.
On Saturday, July 29, the West Indies bowlers forced a collapse from the Indian batting order, and Shai Hope then batted a tenacious half-century to lead the hosts to a convincing victory over India.