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1-Putin Causes a Fireball to Erupt From Kyiv’s S-200 Rockets After the Attack on the Crimean Bridge | Watch

After Ukraine fired S-200 rockets at the bridge that connects Crimea and mainland Ukraine over the Kerch Strait, Russia has warned Ukraine that it will retaliate. A video clip that was going viral on Russian social media showed smoke billowing over the bridge as well as fireballs being created by Ukrainian rockets. This was the second attack that was aimed at Crimea, which had already been targeted earlier on Saturday when Russian air defence systems shot down 20 drones.

2-What Occurred During Sonia-Rahul’s Visit to Beijing in 2008; A BJP MP Clarifies the ‘Treason’ Charge

Massive political brawl between the BJP and the Congress over a member of the former party’s MP who used the word “treason” when speaking in parliament on August 10 during the no-confidence motion. In the Lok Sabha, Rajyavardhan Rathore had stated that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi should be “tried for treason” for making a secret pact with the Communist Party of China while they were in Beijing for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Ajay Maken, a leader in the Congress party, pushed for legal action against Rathore. You can get the full picture by watching this movie.

3-A Ban on Hijab in Lakshadweep Schools? Over a circular on uniforms, Congress Issues a Strong Warning of Massive Protests

The effort by the administration of Lakshadweep to implement a new uniform design in the schools located within the union territory was met with strong opposition from Congress. The regulation establishes a specific dress code to be followed in schools by both male and female students. Hamdullah Sayeed, the head of the Lakshadweep Congress and a former member of Parliament, claimed that the new dress code directive, which does not address the wearing of hijabs or scarves by female students, amounts to the destruction of the indigenous culture and way of life of the islanders living in the Muslim-dominated archipelago.

4-Saudi Arabia Wants To Participate In The NATO Nations’ Joint Air Combat Programme, But Japan Is Against It.

According to the Financial Times, Saudi Arabia is interested in becoming a member of the three-nation fighter jet initiative. The United Kingdom, Japan, and Italy are the nations that are currently participating on the fighter jet project. According to the article, Saudi Arabia is putting pressure on these nations to participate in the initiative. According to a report by the Financial Times (FT), the alliance is under strain due to Riyadh’s desire to participate in the project.

5-Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, a senator from Pakistan’s provinces, has been appointed interim prime minister in advance of elections.

According to a statement released by the office of the Prime Minister, Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and opposition leader Raja Riaz reached an agreement on Saturday to nominate Senator Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar as caretaker premier to oversee elections.

6-The end of the Monsoon Session, and the Political Agenda for 2024

The monsoon session, which started on July 20 and lasted for 23 days, came to a close on Friday. There were a total of 17 sittings during the course of the session. During the course of the session, the Parliament was successful in passing 23 Bills. A proper debate was held on none of them with the exception of the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2023. The opposition had, for the most part, abstained from the proceedings, despite the fact that they had brought up the problem in Manipur and insisted that the prime minister talk about it. The session is analysed in depth by Vasudha Venugopal.

7-Droupadi Murmu, the President, has given his approval to four new laws, of which two had encountered significant opposition.

Today, President Droupadi Murmu offered his approval to four laws that were passed into law during the turbulent monsoon session of the legislature. The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, the Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment) Bill, the Jan Vishwas (Amendment of Provisions) Bill, and the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill have all now been signed into law by the appropriate authorities.

8-In Madhya Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi Laid the Foundation Stone for the Saint Ravidas Temple.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed the ceremony to lay the foundation stone for a temple-cum-memorial that would be dedicated to the mystic poet and social reformer Sant Ravidas. The ceremony took place in the Sagar region of the election-bound state of Madhya Pradesh.

9-Vande Mataram Song | Special Anthem for Independence Day | BSF | Border Security Force

On this day celebrating India’s independence, we at One India would like to dedicate an anthem to the unending devotion and sacrifice shown by the Border Security Force. They are ever-vigilant, guarding the frontiers of our nation with unflinching pride, whether they are stationed on towering peaks or in the wide sands of the desert.

10-Eris, a new covid strain, has been designated by the WHO as a “Variant of Interest.” | Eris Covid Variant

There has been a recent rise in the number of reported cases of covid in a number of different nations. The most recent Covid strain, EG.5, also known as Eris, is suspected of being responsible for the recent increase in reported cases. This newly discovered strain of the Covid-19 virus has been dubbed a “Variant of Interest” by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Previously, it had been only classified as a variety that was being monitored; but, on Thursday, the international health body revised its grouping. The World Health Organisation (WHO) reports that the number of reported cases of Eris is steadily rising.

11- Most Common Ali Sethi, a popular singer from Pakistan, has finally commented on the ongoing marriage allegations. Learn the specifics.

Ali Sethi, a well-known Pakistani singer and songwriter, recently took to Instagram to clarify the various rumours that have been circulating over his purported marriage to the painter Salman Toor, who is located in New York.

12-OMG 2 stirs up controversy: a Hindu organisation lodges a complaint against Akshay Kumar; here are the specifics.

A religious organisation has offered a prize of ten million rupees to anyone who can find the person who will spit or slap the face of the Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.

13-Clips from the film Jawan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, were found online, and a FIR was filed against a Twitter user.

It has been rumoured that some scenes from the upcoming film Jawan starring Shah Rukh Khan have been taken without permission from the filmmakers and published online.

14-Jaya Prada Was Given A Sentence Of Six Months In Jail And A Fine Of 5,000 Rupees For Unpaid ESI

Jaya Prada, a veteran actress and politician, has been given a prison sentence of six months’ duration. On August 11, a court in Chennai delivered its verdict, finding Jaya Prada guilty of the charges. It has also been reported that the actress has been had to pay a fine of 5000 Indian rupees. Despite having collected money from employees of the ‘Jayaprada’ Theatre Complex, she was found guilty of failing to pay her Employees’ State Insurance (ESI) fund share and received a sentence of six months in prison as a result.

15-Watch as Rahul Gandhi performs traditional dances with members of the Toda tribe in Tamil Nadu.

Online users have discovered a video that shows Congress leader Rahul Gandhi dancing with members of the Toda tribal people in the village of Muthunadu, which is located close to Ooty in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Mr. Gandhi is currently travelling through the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. After being reinstated as a member of the Lok Sabha, he will make his initial trip back to the district he represented previously, Wayanad, in the state of Kerala.

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