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1-Modi-Putin Ties Reach New Heights; Indian Oil Imports Continue to Rise
India and Russia are advancing their cooperation and tightening their connections. Up until May of this year, Russian oil exports to India increased dramatically to 37 million tons. Data show that compared to the previous year, Russia’s exports to India increased in value by almost 11 times. India brought in 33.4 million tons of crude oil from Russia in 2022. In response to Western sanctions, Moscow started rerouting oil flows to Asia last year.
2- Chandrayaan-3 clicks Earth’s Image While Traveling to the Moon; View Earth from Space
Amazing photographs of the Moon and Earth were taken by the Chandrayaan-3 during its flight. According to ISRO, the image of the earth was obtained on August 5 on the day of launch, and the image of the moon was taken on August 6 after India’s unmanned mission had entered lunar orbit.
3-Owaisi’s Sharp Rebuke of PM Modi in No-Trust Debate; Mentions Manipur, China, and UCC
During the discussion of the no-confidence resolution in the Lok Sabha, AIMIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi once more pointed guns at PM Modi and the BJP. Owaisi stated in his statements that the government must take action to halt crimes against Muslims. Owaisi said China and cow vigilantes like Monu Manesar must “quit India” in response to Home Minister Amit Shah.
4-Rahul’s Comments About Manipur Are Expunged; BJP, Congress Fight It Out | Who Said What
As a result of Rahul Gandhi’s comments in the Lok Sabha, a heated argument has broken out between the BJP and Congress. In response to Rahul Gandhi’s “Bharat Mata Ki Hatya” comment, which the Lok Sabha speaker has now removed, the BJP has criticized him fiercely. Rahul Gandhi is being defended by the Congress by asserting that he only expressed the truth, despite the BJP leaders’ claims that he used unparliamentary language.
5-“Prepare For War”: North Korea To Attack US-Led Forces? Kim Jong-Un Orders Military?
Chief of the General Staff Pak Su Il was dismissed by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The next military general is Ri Yong Gil, a former defense minister. Kim Jong Un reportedly urged increased preparations for the potential of conflict and set a goal for increasing the capability for making weapons, according to the North Korean news agency KCNA.
6-PM Modi’s statement.: “I Dot N Dot D Dot… Opposition Has Divided India”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi commented on the opposition coalition’s new moniker, INDIA, or the Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance, today in the Lok Sabha. He asserted that the opposition is attempting to stoke division in the nation by altering their name. In order to show the haughtiness of the 26 parties and the Congress, PM Modi noted that the opposition added two “I”s to the name NDA.
7-DMK’s response to N Sitharaman’s statement on women’s safety: “Jayalalithaa’s Saree Was Pulled”
Nirmala Sitharaman, the finance minister, today referred to J Jayalalithaa, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu and leader of the AIADMK, in response to criticism from the opposition on the violence against women in Manipur. She responded to comments made by DMK leader Kanimozhi regarding crimes against women in India by saying, “Women suffering anywhere, be it Manipur or Rajasthan or Delhi, we have to take it seriously, but there should be no politics over it.” She then described how Ms. Jayalalithaa’s saree was pulled during the Tamil Nadu assembly on March 25, 1989. She was the opposition’s leader. Members of DMK jeered and laughed at her. Jayalalitha swore she wouldn’t return to the assembly unless she was appointed chief minister. She did back as the chief minister two years later, she said.
8 – On Shehbaz’s recommendation, Pakistan’s parliament was dissolved to prepare for national elections.
On the suggestion of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Pakistan dissolved its parliament late last night, laying the stage for a general election amid political unrest and an ongoing economic crisis. The National Assembly was dissolved in accordance with Article 58 of the Constitution, according to the Aiwan-i-Sadr, which issued the notification for the dissolution of Parliament.
9-Fans go wild when Rajinikanth makes a comeback on the big screen with “Jailer” | Thalaivar Magic
Jailer, the much awaited film starring the iconic Superstar Rajinikanth, has debuted. His passionate fan following is in an enthusiastic frenzy as a result of this. This film represents Rajinikanth’s long-awaited comeback as well as his first collaboration with the talented filmmaker Nelson Dilipkumar. Famous actors Mohanlal and Shiva Rajkumar share the spotlight.
10-Prince Harry’s “His Royal Highness” title has been removed from the Royal Family’s website.
Prince Harry’s formal title has been taken down from the British royal family’s website. The transition occurs three years after Harry and his wife Meghan Markle gave up their royal responsibilities.
11-Seema Haider holds a casting call for “Karachi to Noida,” find out more
Seema Haider was spotted trying out for her debut film, “Karachi to Noida,” having crossed the border illegally from Pakistan to be with her lover Sachin in India.
12-Centre to Introduce Bill That Will Disqualify CJI From Choosing CEC and Other ECs, Despite Opposition
The Chief Justice of India will no longer be a member of the committee that chooses the chief election commissioner and other election commissioners, according to a bill that the Modi government is likely to push through parliament. The Center has been under fire from the opposition parties for attempting to overturn the Supreme Court’s ruling.
13-During the no-confidence motion debate, PM Modi launches a poetic attack against the opposition.
The Opposition, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, hurries to claim credit for anything he does that is made public on August 10.
14-During PM Modi’s response to the #NoConfidenceMotion, opposition lawmakers stage a walkout.
During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s response to the no-confidence motion discussion, opposition MPs staged a walkout from the Lok Sabha. Legislators from the opposition departed the House en masse after Modi’s address, which lasted almost an hour and a half. In response, Modi stated that people opposed to democracy are constantly prepared to hurl insults and accusations but are not prepared to listen. PM Modi, Lok Sabha, and the No Confidence Motion