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1-Modi Government’s “Leave As Soon As Possible” Appeal to Indians Stuck in Niger | Watch
Indian nationals in Niger were asked to leave the nation as soon as possible by the ministry of external affairs. “Airspace is closed, and Indians must exercise caution while crossing the land border,” stated MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi. According to the government, there are now 250 Indians residing in Nigeria. While ECOWAS is considering taking military action against the junta, the situation in coup-stricken Niger is still tense.
In relation to a potential military intervention in Nigeria, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expresses his support for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). “ECOWAS is playing a leading role in emphasizing the necessity of a return to constitutional order, and we greatly support their leadership and work on this,” Blinken added. See why losing Niger is not an option for the US.
3 – Dramatic Footage Of A Missile Attack On A Ukrainian Military Base Is Released By Russian Paratroopers | Watch
With anti-tank guided missiles, Russian paratroopers attacked and routed Ukrainian soldiers. Moscow asserted that Ukrainian men and weapons were destroyed in the attack. During this, Ukraine fired another drone at Moscow, but Russian soldiers shot it down.
4-Rahul Gandhi vs. PM Fight Over Manipur | Watch The Faceoff | “Modi Joked, Laughed”
Rahul Gandhi, a member of Congress, criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for speaking for only two minutes during his more than two-hour speech on the no-confidence vote in the government on Thursday. Rahul claimed that the PM made jokes and laughed while Manipur burned. He added that PM Modi did not wish to put out the Manipur fire. Watch Rahul’s vicious criticism of Modi regarding Manipur.
5-Russia’s Luna-25 And India’s Chandrayaan-3 Will Touch Down On The Moon On The Same Day, Forming ‘Another Meeting Point’ | Watch
The Russian space agency (ROSCOSMOS) was congratulated by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on the successful launch of its Luna-25 lunar mission. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) tweeted, “Wonderful to have another meeting point in our space adventures.” On August 23, Chandrayaan-3 and Luna-25 will touch down on the south pole of the moon.
6-Lok Sabha Approves GST Bill That Will Charge Online Casinos, Racetracks, And Gaming At 28%
The Lok Sabha today adopted revisions to the Central and Integrated GST legislation that will impose a 28% tax on all wagers placed in online gaming, casinos, and horse racing clubs.
7-Congress protests the expulsion of party chief Adhir Chowdhury from the Lok Sabha.
In a protest held today in front of the BR Ambedkar statue in the parliament complex, the Congress and other opposition groups charged that the administration was destroying the constitution. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the party’s Lok Sabha leader, was allegedly suspended and reported to the Privileges Committee in order to prevent him from attending the audit report meeting, according to Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge.
8-The BJP Responds to Rahul Gandhi’s “Mohabbaat Ki Dukaan” A Song, It Is
The BJP took a jab at Congressman Rahul Gandhi’s “mohabbat ki dukaan” slogan, saying that love is something that exists in the heart rather than being purchased from stores. At his just ended Bharat Jodo Yatra, Mr. Gandhi came up with the catchphrase, saying he wanted to create a store that sold love in a marketplace of hatred.
9-Rahul Gandhi Won’t Kiss 50-Year-Old ‘Budhi’ In The Air, Says Congresswoman Neetu Singh
Gandhi has “no shortage of women,” according to Congress MLA Neetu Singh, who made the statement in response to the “flying kiss” incident. In the interview with ABP news, she also stated that Gandhi would not deliver a flying kiss to a 50-year-old “budhi,” or old woman, but rather to a younger woman.
10-For the very first time, Virgin Galactic takes paying customers to the brink of space.
Hi…You are viewing this with me in great detail ILA. It would appear that the concept of space tourism is getting closer and closer to being a reality for those living on earth. Virgin Galactic, the space tourism firm created by British billionaire Richard Branson, has at long last sent its first space travellers to the edge of the universe, marking a significant step towards delivering on promises made over the course of decades. The rocket-powered space plane owned by the firm, known as VSS Unity, lifted off from a spaceport in New Mexico while tethered to a gigantic mothership with two fuselages. A significant step forward for the emerging industry of space tourism was yesterday’s launch and landing of the first crew of space tourists to be sent by a private firm. Galactic 02 was the designation given to this expedition, and it was a suborbital trip.
11-Rajinikanth’s Jailer breaks box office records in Tamil Nadu and earns 92 crores worldwide in its first day of release.
The Tamil language action thriller Jailer, which stars the renowned actor Rajinikanth, has become a huge hit throughout the region.
The film ‘Jailer,’ which stars Rajinikanth, has dominated the Tamil film industry and established itself as the most important film to release at the beginning of the year.
12-AAP Member of Parliament Raghav Chadha raises concerns on his expulsion from the Rajya Sabha.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Member of Parliament Raghav Chadha released a video message in which he referred to himself as a “suspended” member of the Rajya Sabha and posed a number of questions directed at the federal government on his exclusion from the Upper House. Pay attention to what he has to say.
13 Indian armed forces are identified in a complaint submitted to the International Criminal Court for the kidnapping of a Dubai princess.
The Indian military forces have been accused of kidnapping and attempting to murder a person in a supporting document that was included in a complaint that was submitted to the International Criminal Court at The Hague in the Netherlands. The accusation is a component of the ongoing investigation into the alleged kidnapping of Princess Latifa in March of 2018. Princess Latifa is the daughter of Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates. The princess had just escaped her abusive father and the rest of her family in Dubai, and she was currently on her way to India to apply for asylum. The Sheikh is included in the list of defendants in the case.
14-PM Modi: “Peace Will Be Restored In The State,” Assures Prime Minister Narendra Modi Regarding Manipur
On August 10, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Delivered a Speech in the Lok Sabha Regarding the Manipur Issue. The opposition party Bloc India left the chamber in a show of disapproval after Prime Minister Modi did not speak for more than an hour on the Manipur Issue after he began his speech on the topic. More over an hour and a half after he began his speech, Prime Minister Modi addressed the topic of Manipur. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, stated that the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, has provided a detailed response about Manipur. He accused the opposition of engaging in partisan political manoeuvring. PM Modi Also Attacked Congress MP Rahul Gandhi Over His References to ‘Bharat Mata’ in His Statements.
15-Lok Sabha Passes GST Bill To Tax Online Gaming, Casinos, Race Clubs At 28%
The GST Bill, which will tax online gaming, casinos, and race clubs at a rate of 28%, has been passed by the 15th Lok Sabha.
Today, the Central and Integrated Goods and Services Tax (GST) regulations were amended in the Lok Sabha so that a tax of 28 percent will be levied on the total face value of bets placed in online gambling, casinos, and horse race clubs.
In the midst of opposition demonstrations over the suspension of Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented bills to the House of Representatives on the final day of the monsoon session of Parliament on Friday.