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1-IND versus WI 1st T20I 2023: West Indies Surprise India and Take a 1-0 Lead

West Indies won the first T20I of the five-match series by four runs thanks to a strong bowling performance led by Jason Holder.

2-Defamation of Rahul Gandhi: The Supreme Court vacates his conviction in the ‘Modi’ surname case.

The Supreme Court addressed the Gujarat High Court’s decision to sustain Rahul Gandhi’s conviction and sentence in a defamation case on Friday. The Supreme Court is now hearing a petition from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi challenging the Gujarat High Court’s decision not to stay his conviction and sentence in the defamation case. On March 23, a Surat court convicted and sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years in prison in a defamation case for his remarks against the ‘Modi’ surname.

3-Cardi B’s mic was thrown at a fan during her Vegas concert and is currently up for auction | Find out more

A microphone-turned-weapon thrown by rapper Cardi B during her recent Las Vegas gig will soon be used to help others.

The microphone has been placed up for auction on eBay and is currently fetching a whopping sum.

4-Donald Trump enters a not guilty plea to conspiracy charges linked to the 2020 US elections.

Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to accusations of 2020 election tampering for the third time since April. The legal process is expected to take months, all while the 2024 presidential campaign is underway, with Trump as the Republican front-runner versus Democratic President Joe Biden.

5-ISIS Announces Syrian Leader’s Death and Appoints Successor | Abu Hussein Al-Qurashi

Another setback for the Islamic State group. The terror group declared the death of its commander, Abu al-Hussein al-Husseini al-Qurashi, in combat in northwest Syria. According to the group, Abu al-Hussein al-Husseini al-Qurashi was slain in Idlib province during direct fighting with the jihadist group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham.

6-Ethiopia announces state of emergency: Discover the cause of the Amhara clashes

Following days of violence between the military and local militiamen in the Amhara region, Ethiopia’s federal government announced a state of emergency on Friday. Fighting between the Fano militia and the Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF) in Ethiopia’s second-largest province earlier this week has quickly escalated into a serious security issue.

7-Worlds Of Wonder for Sale at Noida’s Great India Place Mall

The Great India Place (GIP) in Noida, once known as India’s largest mall, is purportedly for sale.

The mall, which was built in 2007, is in debt of Rs. 800 crores, and it has been speculated that the money will be used to satisfy the debt.

The transaction covers the entire 147-acre property, which includes two malls (GIP and Garden Galleria), two theme parks (Worlds of Wonder Water Park and Worlds of Wonder Amusement Park), and a ‘Arrival Village’.

8-My Responsibility to India Remains the Same: Rahul Gandhi Responds to the Supreme Court’s Decision

In his first reply to the Supreme Court’s temporary injunction in the Modi surname defamation case, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stated that his commitment to India remains the same no matter what.

9-Moxila A Upadhyaya, Indian American judge, hears Donald Trump’s case.

An Indian American judge presided over former US President Donald Trump’s appearance in a federal courthouse in downtown Washington, DC. On September 7, 2022, Moxila A Upadhyaya was appointed as a United States Magistrate Judge.

10-Indian-American Fired for Speaking Hindi to Dying Relative

A 78-year-old Indian-American engineer was sacked from his long-term work with a missile defense contractor in the US state of Alabama for conversing in Hindi with a dying relative in India through video conference.

11-Typhoon Khanun will make a U-turn toward Japan, sparing China.

The typhoon that wrecked homes and knocked out electricity on Okinawa and other Japanese islands earlier this week was slowly heading west Thursday, but it is expected to loop around and rain considerably more on the archipelago.

12-The Maruti Alto has become India’s best-selling car.

In the entry-level hatchback market, the Alto line-up has also included equipment such as electronic power steering, front power windows, Auto Gear Shift (AGS) option, Dual Airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and factory-fitted CNG systems.

13-“Democracy Has Won” – Congress on Rahul Gandhi’s Supreme Court Relief

“Democracy Has Won at last” – Congress party leaders claimed on Rahul Gandhi’s Supreme Court Relief.

14-No bail granted for Manish Sisodia today; Supreme Court postpones hearing till September

The Supreme Court postponed until September 4 the hearing on AAP leader Manish Sisodia‘s interim bail application in two Delhi excise policy cases being investigated by the CBI and ED. Mr Sisodia had applied for interim bail, citing his wife’s medical condition as justification for his release.

15-Al-Qaeda Targets Modi Government In Manipur Viral Video; Blames US For Supporting India

The Al-Qaeda terrorist organization has warned the Modi government over a viral video of two Kuki women being paraded naked by a Meitei mob in Manipur. The terrorist group’s India branch, AQIS, claimed that Muslim and Christian women are unsafe in India and chastised the US for its support.

16-Imran Khan Blasts Bilawal For Threatening Taliban With ‘Folded Hands In Front Of Modi’

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani used to stand in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his hands folded, criticizing his country’s Foreign Minister for threatening military action against the Afghan Taliban. Imran stated that the Taliban are pro-Pakistan, whilst the Ghani government is pro-India.

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