Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-August 27, 2023
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1- “Moon Sniper”: Japan moves forward the date of their lunar mission to August 28 due to inclement weather
Due to a poor weather forecast, Japan’s space agency JAXA has postponed the launch of its SLIM (Smart Lander for Investigating Moon) and lunar mission until August 28. The rollout was initially slated for this evening. If the weather continues to be bad for the launch, JAXA has also set aside August 29 for the launch. Due to the terrible weather, the launch has already been postponed twice.
2- Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has raised $7.1 million since his detention in Georgia.
A photograph is worth more than $7 million to former president Donald Trump. Since the former president’s mugshot was taken at the Fulton County jail in Georgia after turning himself in for the Georgia election subversion case, the Trump 2024 presidential campaign has raised a staggering $7.1 million.
3-The opening of Sabka Mandir, Taiwan’s first Hindu temple, promotes cross-cultural understanding
The opening of a Hindu temple called “Sabka mandir” in Taiwan is an important development that strengthens Taiwan’s cultural links with India. It represents an important turning point in the relationship between the two sides’ populations. Andy Singh Arya, a two-decade-long Indian exile and proprietor of a well-known Indian restaurant in Taiwan, is at the center of this extraordinary accomplishment.
4-A family of Indian descent takes charge of the Miss World America Pageant
First people of South Asian heritage to serve as national directors of the Miss World America contest are Ekta and Sanjay Saini. To learn more, please watch the video.
5-After Chandrayaan-3, ISRO will launch interplanetary missions and perform Gaganyaan.
As a result of Chandrayaan-3’s achievement, ISRO is prepared to launch the female robot Vyommitra from the Gaganyaan mission. The next round of testing for India’s space mission is scheduled for October, and ‘Vyommitra’ is probably going to be launched into orbit in 2019. India is also capable of launching interplanetary missions, according to ISRO Chief S Somnath.
6-Vikram Lander Sends Temperature Profile Of The Moon’s South Pole | ISRO Updates, Chandrayaan
The ChaSTE package from Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander delivered the temperature profile of the Lunar South Pole to earth for the first time ever. ISRO published a graph showing how the temperature of the lunar surface and near-surface varies with depth. The temperature profile of the lunar topsoil around the pole was studied by the Chandra’s Surface Thermophysical Experiment (ChaSTE) mission aboard Vikram.
7-Imran Khan admits losing classified documents after being questioned about missing ciphers: Report
According to media reports on Sunday, while being questioned by Pakistan’s top investigative agency at the Attock Jail in a case brought under the Official Secrets Act for improper use of the classified document, imprisoned former prime minister Imran Khan admitted misplacing a private diplomatic cable.
8- “Congress Gave IIT, IIM”: M. Kharge Criticizes Telangana’s “KCR-BJP Secret Alliance”
Mallikarjun Kharge, president of the Congress, addressed the general public in Telangana on Saturday. He asserted during his speech that the BJP and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) are working together. He said that their lack of response was evidence of a covert agreement between them.
9-Pro-Khalistan messages can be seen on Delhi metro stations ahead of the G20 summit.
Pro-Khalistan slogans were discovered in at least five Delhi Metro stations ahead of the G20 Summit, officials reported on Sunday.
The policeman declared that legal action was being taken.
10-UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is being investigated for a conflict of interest in relation to the India-UK free trade agreement.
Rishi Sunak, the British Prime Minister, has become embroiled in a new conflict of interest controversy. There have been allegations levelled against him that his family would benefit financially from a post-Brexit trade pact between India and the UK. The controversy comes ahead of his G20 summit visit to India next month. Both India and the United Kingdom have been negotiating a free-trade agreement since this year. Trade experts and legislators have expressed worry over potential ‘transparency’ issues concerning Sunak’s wife Akshata Murty’s shareholdings in Infosys.
11-After the success of Chandrayaan-3, Pakistani anchors praise India while mocking their own country; ‘Don’t Expect…’
After Pakistani publications, news channels are now applauding India’s Chandrayaan-3 expedition. Two Geo News anchors in Pakistan were spotted praising India’s lunar mission while mocking their own country. Watch this video to hear what a Pakistani news caster had to say about India and their own country in the aftermath of Chandrayaan-3’s historic triumph.