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1-On Cam: Pro-Khalistan radicals in Canada target Indian diplomats and vandalize a Hindu temple

On Saturday, vandals damaged the Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, a well-known temple in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Posters supporting Pakistan and opposing India were affixed to the temple’s back wall and front gate. Under the names and pictures of India’s High Commissioner to Ottawa, Consul General in Toronto, and Consul General in Vancouver, the board at the entrance said “Wanted.” Watch as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fails to control the nation’s anti-Indian factions.

2-Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar’s anti-India rant after being appointed as interim prime minister of Pakistan

In his opening remarks to India, Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, the acting prime minister of Pakistan, took aim at the Modi administration over the Jammu and Kashmir issue. Kakar, who was named temporary PM yesterday, claimed that India had turned Kashmir’s eight million inhabitants into inmates and claimed that the problem affected the people of Kashmir, not only the region.

3-India Can Attack China And Pakistan At The Same Time With This Deadly Heron Mark 2 Drone

The newest Heron Mark 2 drones, with strike and surveillance capabilities, have been introduced by the Indian Air Force. At a forward base in the northern sector, the drones are put to use. In a single sortie, it is capable of conducting operations close to the borders with China and Pakistan. Find out why the Heron Mark 2 drone is more lethal.

4-India wins the Asian Champions Trophy in 2023 in a thrilling 7-goal final.

At Chennai’s Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium, India beat Malaysia 4-3 to win the Asian Champions Trophy for a record-tying fourth time. India scored goals through Jugraj Singh, Harmanpreet, Gujrant Singh, and Akashdeep Singh. In the first half, the aggressive Malaysia was difficult for the Indians to contain, but as the game went on, the tenacious squad found their rhythm. To learn more, view the video.

5-Russia Bans iPads And iPhones At Work Citing “U.S.-Orchestrated Espionage” | Important Information

Employees in Russia are not allowed to use Apple iPhones or iPads for work-related activities. Russia decided to forbid Apple products due to security reasons. The action was taken in response to concerns made by Russia’s security agency FSB over the use of Apple products for espionage. Apple at the time denied the claims made by the Russian agency.

6-A Panel Including Shankar Mahadevan And Sudha Murty Will Create New NCERT Textbooks

A new committee set up by the NCERT to review textbooks in accordance with the new curriculum includes Sudha Murty, chairman of the Infosys Foundation, music legend Shankar Mahadevan, economist Sanjeev Sanyal, and 16 other individuals, according to officials. The National Syllabus and Teaching Learning Material Committee (NSTC), which consists of 19 members, will create textbooks for grades three through twelve under the direction of MC Pant, chancellor of the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA).

7-Watch Jai Jawan with Kiara Advani on July 4th.

This Independence Day, at 9.30 PM, watch Jai Jawan with Kiara Advani.

8-Following Priyanka Gandhi’s “50% Commission” Charge Against the BJP, Case Was Filed

On Saturday, the Indore Police announced that it had filed a police report (FIR) against the “handlers” of the ‘X’ accounts of several senior Congress figures, including Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Kamal Nath, the head of the MP Congress, and former union minister Arun Yadav for a post that alleged corruption in the Madhya Pradesh BJP government. Late on Saturday night, the Indore Police Commissioner said in a statement posted on Twitter, now known as X, that local BJP legal cell leader Nimesh Pathak had complained that a bogus letter with Gyanendra Awasthi’s name on it had been going around on social media.

9-India wins the Asian Champions Trophy under Harmanpreet Singh, who “Decided To Be Mentally Strong”

On August 12, the Indian men’s hockey team had a news conference in Chennai after defeating Malaysia 4-3 in the heartbreaking Asian Champions Trophy final contested at the Mayor Radhakrishnan Hockey Stadium in Chennai. Harmanpreet Singh, the captain of the Indian men’s hockey team, told the media that the team has agreed to be psychologically tough and that the game should not change. Harmanpreet Singh stated, “We had decided that our game shouldn’t alter and we have to be psychologically strong, whether we are winning or we are behind by 100 goals.

10- As a migrant boat capsizes and six people drown, the English Channel turns attention back to the UK’s refugee policies.

After a tiny boat traveling across the English Channel overturned and sank yesterday, at least six people died, the UK government’s divisive immigration policy is coming under fresh fire. Following the sinking, two more persons are still believed to be missing, which has renewed calls for the government to quickly establish safe pathways for asylum seekers in order to avert additional catastrophes. With this, the UK government’s immigration policy is once again in the limelight.Bibby Stockholm, a contentious barge that is being used to host asylum seekers, is being advertised once more.

11-National Medical Commission regulations prohibit physicians from taking gifts from pharmaceutical companies

According to the new Regulations related to the Professional Conduct of Registered Medical Practitioners, doctors are no longer permitted to accept gifts from pharmaceutical corporations. They are not permitted to promote specific drug companies, medications, or tools. According to the National Medical Commission’s new regulations, medical professionals and their families are not the only ones who are prohibited from accepting gifts from pharmaceutical companies or their representatives, commercial healthcare facilities, or manufacturers of medical devices.

12-The King of Jordan signs a harsh law that makes online expression illegal.

A cybercrime bill that will crack down on online speech deemed harmful to national unity was passed by the King of Jordan, despite warnings from opposition MPs and human rights organizations.

13-4th T20I between India and Wisconsin, 2023: India Levels Series With Dominating Nine-Wicket Victory

India defeated West Indies in the fourth Twenty20 International to even the five-match series at 2-2. Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal led the charge.

14-‘Stop This Or…’: Raj Thackeray’s Party Issues a Warning to Seema Haider Regarding Her Debut Movie

Seema Haider, a Pakistani national who violated international boundaries to be with her Indian sweetheart, has received a warning from a senior of Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) party regarding her upcoming Bollywood debut. Amit Jani, a film producer in Noida, announced a movie based on the couple’s tale, and Seema Haider is presently filming for her movie “Karachi to Noida.”Ameya Khopkar, the leader of MNS, issued a harsh warning in the midst of this, stating that “such drama should be stopped” or MNS would take action.

15-Jeff Bezos Purchases a Luxurious Mansion in the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ for His Fiancée in the Amount of $68 Million

According to reports, the creator of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, has purchased a new home in Florida’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’ for a rumoured price of $68 million.

16-The flight from New York to Florida on American Airlines descends 15,000 feet in three minutes.

A flight of American Airlines descends 15,000 feet in just three minutes; Gwadar, in the province of Balochistan, was the location of an attack on a Chinese engineering convoy. Russia deploys a task force to the Primorye region in preparation for Typhoon Khanun and evacuates 2000 people; During the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Russian shelling caused at least seven deaths and sixty-four injuries in Ukraine.

17-Rajinikanth Travels to the Badrinath Dham Temple After the Release of His Film “Jailer”

On August 12, the legendary actor Rajinikanth travelled to Badrinath Dham and worshipped Lord Badri Vishal when he was there. Rajinikanth was also present for the evening aarti hosted by Lord Badri Vishal. He accessorised his ensemble with a traditional shawl and white trainers in addition to a blue shirt and a pair of trousers. The actor’s trip to the holy site takes place at a time when his picture Jailer is doing very well financially at the box office.

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