Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- August 1, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- August 1, 2022

1- The Lok Sabha resumes business after the suspension of four Congress lawmakers lifted

The Lok Sabha began discussing price increases this afternoon after the suspension of four Congress MPs was lifted following repeated disturbances that necessitated two adjournments.

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2-Tamil Nadu Governor: “Anyone Who Uses A Gun Should Be Dealt With With A Gun”

Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi criticised former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for forging an agreement with Pakistan on terrorism just months after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, reiterating India’s stance of “zero tolerance to violence.”

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3-Salman Khan obtains an arms licence after requesting one and citing threats of death.

According to Mumbai police, actor Salman Khan has received an arms licence after applying for one to protect himself after receiving recent threat letters.

Early in June, just a few days after singer Sidhu Moose Wala was fatally shot near Mansa, Punjab, on May 29, the actor and his father received a death threat.

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4-Landmark Decision by the Supreme Court: Abortion at 24 Weeks

In a recent landmark decision, the Supreme Court of India allowed an unmarried woman to terminate her pregnancy at 24 weeks.

According to a panel of Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant, and AS Bopanna, the petitioner shouldn’t be denied access to the legal system just because she is a single woman.

5-India’s top brands were penalised by 30 lakh rupees for deceptive COVID protection advertisements.

A consumer rights watchdog has fined many prestigious brands a total of 30 lakh.

The penalty was issued because “grossly deceptive commercials” that promised defence against Covid were released.

The Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) has sent 129 notifications to brands for infractions, including 71 for false advertising.

6-Rishi Sunak admits to “playing catch-up with Liz Truss” but maintains that racism played a role in the British PM campaign.

Rishi Sunak, a candidate for UK prime minister, has refuted claims of racism in the contest to succeed Boris Johnson.

A UK MP has stressed that racism has no bearing on the colour of the British Prime Minister, days after conservative party contributor Lord Ranger attributed racism to Rishi’s impending defeat.

Gender, ethnicity, and everything else will not be factors, according to Rishi.

This comes after surveys indicate that Rishi is trailing UK foreign secretary Liz Truss in the campaign for prime minister.

7- Brothers Create A Brand By Repurposing Old Sarees

Many firms in the fashion industry use upcycling, and the market is expanding as a result of rising discard rates and rising consumer demand.

Pitara, which translates to “treasure box” in Hindi, was founded by siblings Rini and Rohan Mehta to upcycle used sarees into fashionable goods like purses that fit contemporary lifestyles.

8-Chikoti Praveen arrives at the ED office with a top assistant and will be questioned for a casino scam.

Hyderabad: On Monday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) questioned casino organiser Chikoti Praveen Kumar and his assistant Madhava Reddy in relation to a possible violation of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).

In response to the notices that were given to Praveen and Madhava Reddy last week, they came to the regional office of the ED here in Basheerbagh.

9-Sanjay Raut’s arrest has caused a commotion in the Rajya Sabha, and Union Minister Piyush Goyal criticises the opposition.

After Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut was detained on Monday, there was a big uproar in the Rajya Sabha as opposition MPs yelled insults at the government.

Piyush Goyal, Leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha, stated during Question Hour that the law enforcement organisations are carrying out their duties. He encouraged the MPs to allow the House to run properly, maintaining that the Union government cannot interfere with the operations of organisations like the ED.

10-‘Disgrace!’ A supporter of Boris posts an altered photo of Rishi Sunak brandishing a knife and receives backlash.

One of outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s most important supporters of Liz Truss, who is running to be his replacement as Foreign Secretary and UK Prime Minister, has come under fire for her post against Rishi Sunak.

Nadine Dorries, the secretary for culture, reposted a tweet that had an edited image of Johnson dressed as Julius Caesar and Sunak stabbing him in the back, alluding to Brutus’ murderer.

Greg Hands, the minister of business who is supporting the Indian-origin UK MP, referred to Dorries’ behaviour as “disgraceful.”

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