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1- “Without Modi”: Owaisi’s Cruel Remark Toward Oppn For Not Interrupting Parliament | Delhi Ordinance Bill
Asaduddin Owaisi, the leader of AIMIM and a member of the Lok Sabha from Hyderabad, criticized the opposition for allowing the House to conduct business after days of commotion and drama surrounding the violence in Manipur.
2-Gurugram Burns Again; 200-Member Mob Vandals Market In Badshahpur, Lighting Shops On Fire
Following yesterday’s attack on the VHP gathering in Nuh, Gurugram has erupted once more as a mob of 200 set fire to and vandalized shops, most of which belonged to Muslim males, in the Badshahpur market of the district. Over a dozen individuals have been hurt, and five people have already died as a result of the violence.
3-Amit Shah Labels ‘Objections Political’ After Fierce Debate In Lok Sabha Over Delhi Bill
The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2023 was defended in the Lok Sabha by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. To refute the opposition’s criticisms of the measure, he highlighted the Supreme Court’s decision from May 11. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Shashi Tharoor, both members of Congress and members of the INDIA alliance, rejected the bill and criticized the Union government for putting cooperative federalism in the graves.
4-Third Quran Burned in Sweden; Muslim Organizations Furious; Attacks Feared
Following the stomping and setting on fire of a third Quran outside the Swedish Parliament on Monday, the OIC has retaliated against NATO hopefuls Sweden and Denmark. The international Muslim organization pleaded with its member governments to retaliate against the two countries. In the meantime, as the issue surrounding the burning of the Quran worsens, the Swedish government is putting plans in place to protect its residents.
5-Highlights from Test in Ashes I Stuart Broad I Final Wicket I Ashes 2023 I Final Test: England vs. Australia
In the end, Pat Cummins’ Australia won the Ashes as the reigning champions.Despite being down 0-2 in the series, England under the leadership of Ben Stokes did remarkably well to tie it up.With the benefit of hindsight, England seemed to be a better team and may have won the series if the Manchester Test had not been rained out.
6-House of Pawan Munjal, Chairman of Hero MotorCorp, Raided by Probe Agency
In connection with a money laundering investigation, the Enforcement Directorate carried out searches on Tuesday targeting Pawan Munjal, the executive chairman of Hero Motocorp, and others, according to government sources. In accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act’s (PMLA) guidelines, searches were conducted at locations in the Delhi and neighboring Gurugram.
7-Nitish Kumar scores a major victory as the High Court upholds the Bihar Caste Census.
Bihar News The Patna High Court today upheld a caste-based survey being carried out by the Bihar government, which was supported by the state’s chief minister Nitish Kumar as a measure to aid the underprivileged. Several petitions against the Bihar government’s plan to conduct the socioeconomic and caste-based surveys in the state were dismissed by the high court today.
8-Modi prays at the Dagdusheth temple in Pune at eight o’clock
Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a historic visit to Pune, Maharashtra’s renowned Dagdusheth Halwai Ganesh Temple. PM Modi took a special flight all the way from Delhi and arrived at the Ganesh Temple on Shivaji Road in Pune.
9-Watch: Honest Interaction Between Sharad Pawar And PM Modi In Pune
At a Tuesday award ceremony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and NCP leader Sharad Pawar joined the stage. Images from the occasion showed the two joking around while the majority coalition in Maharashtra, which included his estranged nephew Ajit Pawar, watched.
10-ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 Departs Earth’s Orbit towards Moon.
Chandrayaan-3 was launched into a translunar orbit on Tuesday by the Indian Space Research Organization. The national space agency based here said that Chandrayaan-3 had finished its orbits of the earth and was now traveling toward the moon.
11-Right to sleep: If someone prevents you from sleeping, you can sue them. Learn more
In accordance with Article 21’s “Right to Life and Personal Liberty,” the right to sleep has been recognized as a basic right.To learn more, please watch the video.
12-Sachin Bishnoi, a defendant in the Sidhu Mooswala case, gets extradited from Azerbaijan to India.
Sachin Bishnoi, a defendant in the Sidhu Moosewala case, was extradited from Azerbaijan to India on Tuesday. This occurs two days after a team from the Special Cell of the Delhi Police traveled to the Transcaucasian nation to complete the required legal procedures. Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi’s cousin is Sachin Bishnoi. He is one of the suspects in the murder of the Punjabi singer. On Facebook, Sachin took ownership of the murder of Moosewala. After being jailed in Azerbaijan in August of last year, he was engaged in a court battle there to prevent extradition to India.
13-The Myanmar military regime pardoned Aung San Suu Kyi for five offenses, but she still faces 14 prosecutions.
Aung San Suu Kyi, the deposed leader of Myanmar, reportedly received pardons in five criminal cases as part of a junta amnesty. Days after she was transferred from jail to house arrest, news of the pardon started to circulate. According to reports, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who was punished by the appropriate courts, was pardoned by the chairman of the State Administration Council. Suu Kyi still has legal issues in 14 cases, although receiving amnesty in five of them. According to sources, Suu Kyi won’t be released from house imprisonment despite the clemency. Despite some of the sentences against her were commuted, reports stated that she was unable to be totally freed.
14-At the age of 25, actor Angus Cloud, who played the character “Fez,” died.
The 25-year-old co-star of the popular HBO drama “Euphoria,” Angus Cloud, passed away on Monday, according to his family.
15-A new anti-Indian campaign is launched in British Columbia by Canada’s supporters of Khalistan
In British Columbia, pro-Khalistan elements in Canada kept up their poster campaign against India’s senior-most diplomats. Prior to their warning to besiege Indian missions in the nation on Independence Day, the most recent incidence occurred. The term “Wanted” appeared on the most recent round of posters, which were posted throughout Surrey.
16-In Pune, PM Narendra Modi received the Lokmanya Tilak National Award.
On August 1, the Lokmanya Tilak National Award was presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Pune. PM Modi performed a puja at the renowned Dagdusheth Halwai Ganesh Temple during his visit to Pune. He also shared the stage with Sharad Pawar, flagged off metro trains, and inaugurated and laid the cornerstone for a number of development projects.