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1-Imran Khan was arrested; the former Pakistani prime minister sent his supporters a pre-recorded message.
A pre-recorded video message was posted to Imran Khan’s Twitter account not long after he was detained from his home in Lahore following his conviction in the Toshakhana case. In the video, Khan, 70, predicted that he would be jailed by the time it reached Pakistan’s population and his supporters.
2-World Archery Championships: PM Modi Congratulates Indian Women’s Compound Team on Historic Gold
The women’s compound team from India, consisting of Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Aditi Swami, and Parneet Kaur, made history on Friday by being the first nation to ever win a gold medal at the World Archery Championships. The team defeated Mexico in the final. In a lopsided final, the Indians defeated their top-seeded opponents 235-229. Additionally, the trio started India’s medal count at the competition.
3-Zarna Garg, a comedian, talks about interracial marriage, thunderstorms, and Indian mothers-in-law.
Stand-up comedian Zarna Garg, 48, has seen an incredible ascent to fame. She transformed from a stay-at-home mother to an instant crowd-pleaser at New York comedy clubs five years ago. Since then, she has performed stand-up for Kevin Hart on television, been interviewed by Hillary Clinton, and gone on tour with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. She currently has a comedy special called One In A Billion available globally on Amazon Prime.
4-Pak PM Sharif’s Direct Appeal To The Modi Government Regarding The Article 370 Purge In Kashmir; “We Call Upon India…”
Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, has requested India to reinstate Article 370, which granted Jammu and Kashmir a special status. On the fourth anniversary of the repeal of Article 370, Sharif accused India of violating human rights in Kashmir and said that New Delhi is attempting to alter the demographics of the area with a Muslim majority. Watch.
5-BJP MLA’s Son Fires Into Madhya Pradesh’s Tribal Area, Then Flees
After opening fire on a tribal man in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday, the son of a BJP MLA is now on the run. The incident occurred a month after a tribal man in the state was urinated on by an accused BJP MLA representative.
6 Congressman Jagdish Tytler Accused of Murder in 1984 Riots Case by CBI
The Central Bureau of Investigation charged Congress leader Jagdish Tytler with inciting a mob to murder Sikhs in Delhi near Gurudwara Pul Bangash. In the case involving the 1984 Sikh riots, Mr. Tytler has been charged with murder.
7-Woman dies after consuming two liters of water in under twenty minutes; she was aware of water toxicity
When Ashley Summers passed away from an unusual complication brought on by her salt levels dropping quickly, she was on vacation with her family. To learn more, please watch the video.
8-Modi will lay the first stone for the renovation of 508 railway stations.
An official said on Friday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to essentially lay the foundation stone for the renovation of 508 railway stations across the nation on Sunday. The project’s estimated price is Rs. 25,000 crore. The central government initiated the Amrit Bharat Station Scheme to renovate 1309 stations around the nation, and these stations will fall under its purview.
9-As the Supreme Court upholds his conviction, Rahul Gandhi praises his followers; Purnesh Modi responds.
Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, declared on Friday that he will continue to fight to defend the concept of India, hours after the Supreme Court delayed his conviction in the criminal defamation case over the ‘Modi surname’ statement. The Gujarat High Court had upheld Rahul Gandhi’s conviction and sentence in a defamation case, and the Supreme Court addressed this issue on Friday. Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, is currently appealing to the Supreme Court against the Gujarat High Court’s decision to uphold his conviction and sentence in the defamation case. On March 23, a Surat court found Rahul Gandhi guilty of defamation and gave him a two-year prison term for his comments on the surname “Modi.”
10-Turkey Earthquake: DW talks to a survivor as she describes the tragedy.
It has been six months since devastating earthquakes in southeast Turkey and parts of Syria wreaked immense havoc. Over 50,000 people died in Turkey. The president of Turkey committed to help the survivors “heal their wounds”. However, many people struggle to see the future.