Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 16, 2023

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Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 16, 2023

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1- In response to the backlash against the cop video, a US university would posthumously award Jaahnavi Kandula a degree.

Northeastern University in Seattle has chosen to award Indian student Jaahnavi Kandula a posthumous degree as a memorial to her memory months after her terrible murder by American police car.

A police officer can be heard criticising Jaahnavi’s death and claiming that her life had “little value” in a video released by a U.S. police official that has sparked outrage.

2-Putin Uses Insults Against Biden Over Tango Remark; “Kyiv Should Stop Dancing to American Tune”

Vladimir Putin responds to American policy in Washington’s own dance terms. The U.S.’s adage that “it takes two to tango” has prompted a response from the Russian President. Even if the music is great, Americans can’t dance, said Putin in jest.

He continued by saying that if Ukraine wants peace, it must cease dancing to American rhythms. The dance allusion referred to remarks made by American Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Blinken implied that Russia is unwilling to negotiate by saying that it takes two to tango.

However, Kyiv is the one who has put a legal halt to any negotiations with Russia.

3- “Can’t Play”: India’s Sports Minister Speaks Out in Frustration Over Cricket Relations With Pakistan

Anurag Thakur, Union Sports Minister, stated categorically that Pakistan will not be allowed to stop engaging in cross-border terrorism until India and Pakistani teams play any bilateral series.

According to Thakur, BCCI made the decision to stop playing with Pakistan much earlier. The remarks follow the deaths of officials in Anantnag, in Jammu and Kashmir.

4-To Strengthen E-Mobility In Tier-2 And Tier-3 Cities, PM-eBUS Sewa comes up.

PM-eBUS Sewa is a comprehensive programme that the central government has launched. The programme will allow 10,000 electric buses to be deployed in 169 cities, enhancing clean public transportation in tier-2 and tier-3 cities.

There are currently 30,000 to 35,000 buses in Indian cities, which is insufficient. The target is 60 buses for every lakh of people. Does this amount suffice, and where does the money come from?

Find out the answers to these queries in a conversation with Manisha Natarajan, Ashish Kundra, the principal secretary for the Delhi government, and Akshima Ghate, the managing director of RMI India.

5-Chanderbabu Naidu’s Son To NDTV On Father’s Corruption Case: “Should Call For Civil War”

On Friday, Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s son passionately defended the former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, telling NDTV that “I should call for a civil war against the corrupt regime (of the ruling YSR Congress)”.

Nara Lokesh, Mr. Naidu’s son, stated that his father had been placed on arrest “without any proof” despite being a “politician without corruption allegations”.

6-Will the BJP Support Naidu Now That Pawan Kalyan Has?

With Jana Sena Party leader and power player Pawan Kalyan declaring that he would run in the upcoming Andhra Pradesh assembly elections in coalition with the Telugu Desam party, the Bharatiya Janata Party seemed to have relaxed.

“Pawan Kalyan expressed the opinion that the BJP, TDP, and Jana Sena should form an alliance. The coalitions problem will be handled by the BJP leadership. According to the Andhra BJP media wing, it would make it clear at the right moment which party it should ally with.

7-Kim Jong Un pays a visit to a Russian aerospace facility amid rumours of a weapons deal

According to state-run media in North Korea, leader Kim Jong Un said that his trip to Russia was a demonstrative demonstration of the “strategic importance” of the bilateral relationship. In spite of warnings from Washington that the two countries shouldn’t trade weapons, Kim arrived in Russia on a special train on Tuesday for talks with President Vladimir Putin.

Senior officials from Moscow and other countries welcomed Kim as he arrived at the train station in the border town of Khasan on Tuesday morning, according to photos issued by KCNA.

8-After assaults, American XL bully dogs will be outlawed in the UK, according to Rishi Sunak.

Days after UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman declared her desire to ban the American XL Bully dog breed in the UK because to the rise in fatal attacks, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak declared that the breed is a danger to communities and will be outlawed.

9-Shubman Gill’s century in vain as Bangladesh defeats India in the Asia Cup in 2023

Opening batsman Shubman Gill stood up to score his fifth ODI century, a magnificent 121 off 133 balls, on a challenging pitch when very few of his colleagues found success with the bat.

However, it was in vain as Bangladesh defeated India in the Asia Cup Super Four match at the R. Premadasa Stadium by six runs.

10-Hurricane Lee poses a threat to Eastern Canada and New England.

Over the weekend, Hurricane Lee poses a significant threat of extremely heavy rain, powerful gusts, and life-threatening storm surges as it moves towards New England and Eastern Canada. As it approaches southwestern Nova Scotia on Saturday, it is anticipated to deteriorate into a powerful tropical storm.

11- YashoBhoomi: The Prime Minister will open one of the largest exhibition-conference hubs in the world in Dwarka, Delhi

On Sunday, which also happens to be Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday, the first phase of the YashoBhoomi India International Convention and Expo Centre (IICC) in Dwarka will be opened.

In addition, he will dedicate the new metro station at Dwarka Sector 25 on the Delhi Airport Metro Express line extension from Dwarka Sector 21.

12- Party leaders take in a flag-raising ceremony in Hyderabad during the CWC Meeting.

Top party figures, including Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and numerous senior members, convened for a crucial meeting that began with a flag-raising ceremony.

13-By March 2024, the Vande Bharat Sleeper train and the Vande Metro will be operational.

B G Mallya, the general manager of Integral Coach Factory, spoke to the media on September 16 and discussed important projects like the Vande Bharat Express and Vande Metro. Both of the projects are expected to be finished this fiscal year, according to BG Mallya.

14-Tina Dabi and Pradeep Gawande, who are members of the IAS, welcomed a child.

After giving birth to her first child on Friday with her husband and fellow IAS officer Pradeep Gawande, Tina Dabi is once again making headlines. The couple first got together while working to ensure supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic. Their wedding day was April 22 of last year.

An officer from the 2016 Rajasthan cadre named Tina Dabi’s previous position was that of District Magistrate in Jaisalmer.

15-Joe Biden won’t absolve his son Hunter of gun charges, according to the White House

According to reports, US President Joe Biden wouldn’t pardon his son if he were found guilty of a weapons crime. After Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, was accused of lying about his drug use when he bought a firearm in 2018, the US White House was the first to respond.

In addition, Hunter was accused of illegally possessing the weapon. The White House reportedly stated that Biden wouldn’t pardon Hunter if he were found guilty of possessing a firearm. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declined to say if Biden would commute his son’s sentence in the event that he were found guilty of a gun crime.

16-Highlights of the India vs. Bangladesh game Cricket Highlights: I Shubman Gill’s Century for India vs. Bangladesh

In Colombo, Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to field for India against Bangladesh. 80 runs were scored by Shakib Al Hasan during his tenacious stint at the wicket in Colombo. With a 54-run knock, Towhid Hridoy, a young batsman, ably supported Shakib. Shakib & Hridoy’s 100-run stand was broken by Shardul Thakur.

Even when he saw wickets fall frequently at the other end, Shubman Gill maintained his composure for India. In the India vs. Bangladesh game, Shubman Gill scored his ninth ODI century, scoring 121 runs off 133 balls. Shakib Al Hasan was named man of the match in the India vs. Bangladesh match. Bangladesh won the match by a score of 6 runs.

17-SRK At Jawan Meet: “Deepika Didn’t Even Know She Was A Main Character”

One of Jawan’s biggest draws has been Deepika Padukone’s guest cameo in the film. Shah Rukh Khan joked about “fooling” Deepika into shooting the entire movie during the press conference for the movie, saying, “she didn’t even know she was a main character.”

Deepika chuckled about getting “conned” by SRK and Atlee and said she made the movie for more than simply SRK because of the significance of her part.

18-Dos and Don’ts When Bringing Lord Ganesha’s Idol Home for Ganesh Chaturthi in 2023

This year, Ganesh Chaturthi will be observed on September 19. The 10-Day Festival Will End with Anant Chaturdashi on September 28. The preparations for the arrival of Lord Ganesha have already started in full swing. As He Is Known as the “Lord of Beginnings,”

People Seek His Blessings Before the Start of Any New Initiative. The ‘Remover of Obstacles’ and the ‘God of Wisdom’ are other names for Lord Ganesha. Watch the video to learn the proper procedures for bringing Lord Ganesha’s idol home.

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