Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 23, 2023
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1-Canada vs. India: Justin Trudeau is losing support and was named the worst prime minister in 50 years
According to a new poll, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears to be losing support among voters after he accused India of having a hand in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
2-Know everything about the Varanasi cricket stadium that PM Modi officially broke ground on.
To lay the cornerstone for the Varanasi International Cricket Stadium, Prime Minister Narendra Modi traveled to Varanasi today. To learn more, please watch the video.
3-Rishi Sunak plans to outlaw smoking in the UK to protect future generations.
Rishi Sunak, the prime minister of Great Britain, is considering putting out a strict plan that will forbid future generations from ever being able to purchase cigarettes.
These measures, which aim to gradually raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco products, are said to be comparable to those that New Zealand will be implementing in December 2022.
4-Mohd Shami and Shubman Gill lead India to victory against Australia in the first one-day international.
Team India trounced Australia in the first ODI by five wickets in a display of cricketing prowess.
5-‘Frustrating’: Canadian legislator criticizes Trudeau and claims his anti-India rant was based on “Internet material”
The Premier of British Columbia Province has made a significant statement in the wake of Justin Trudeau’s bombshell Hardeep Nijjar revelation. The “intelligible briefing he received on the allegation against India was based on open-source internet material,” according to David Eby.
He lashed out at both the Canadian prime minister and the inability to obtain more specific details.
6-New ‘Flying Radars’ for the Russian Army; A-50U Can Counter Storm Shadow, Upcoming F-16
The prolonged conflict with Ukraine gives the Russian military a significant boost. The ‘newfangled’ A-50U AWACS manufactured by Rostec was delivered to the Russian Aerospace Force. New aircraft types can be found using the A-50U AWACS.
The change occurs as Ukraine conducts more drone attacks on Russian bases. Russia’s attack on Ukraine was referred to as “acts of desperation” by Moscow.
7-Watch: Special Gift From Sachin Tendulkar As PM Narendra Modi Dedicates New Stadium
Prime Minister Narendra Modi lay the cornerstone for a new international cricket stadium in Varanasi, which is seen as a watershed moment in Indian sports. The presence of PM Modi and Indian cricket greats like Sachin Tendulkar, Ravi Shastri, Sunil Gavaskar, and Dilip Vengsarkar made the occasion even more memorable.
At the event, Tendulkar gave PM Modi a shirt from the Indian cricket team that had “NAMO” printed on the back. Sharing the occasion’s video on social media and appreciating the momentous occasion.
8-Manish Malhotra’s rescheduled appearance at Parineeti-Raghav’s party and the absence of Priyanka
For the wedding of Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha, Manish Malhotra, who was scheduled to come in Udaipur on Saturday, will now arrive on Sunday alongside Karan Johar. Priyanka Chopra is still not there. Prashant Shishodia of NDTV provides on-the-scene reporting.
9-Reactivation of Lander and Rover is postponed in Chandrayaan-3.
ISRO announced on Friday that the reactivation or resurrection of Chandrayaan-3’s lander Vikram and the rover has been postponed by one day. The reactivation procedure that was originally planned for September 22 in the evening will now take place on September 23 on a Saturday.
Notably, the lander and rover are both in sleep mode right now.
10-In the Skill Development Scam case, Chandrababu Naidu petitions the SC to overturn the HC’s dismissal of his claim.
N Chandrababu Naidu, the leader of the Telegu Desam Party (TDP) and a former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, has appealed to the Supreme Court of India against the Andhra Pradesh High Court’s decision to deny his request to have the FIR against him in the Skill Development Corporation corruption case quashed.
N Chandrababu Naidu requests a Supreme Court hearing
11-World Cup 2023: Pakistan Team Struggles To Get Indian Visas Before The WC | Here’s Why
Issues with Pakistan World Cup visas Pakistan’s preparations have been hampered just two weeks before the World Cup because they have not yet received their visas for the event in India. Pakistan is the only team without a visa out of the nine competing teams. They will now go to Karachi before taking a flight to Hyderabad for their first warm-up game against New Zealand on September 29.
As a result, their pre-tournament team bonding vacation to the UAE has been canceled. Since the 2016 T20 World Cup, Pakistan has not visited India; the two have not played a bilateral series since 2012–13.
12- India sends its biggest delegation ever to the 19th Asian Games with a goal of 100 medals.
The 19th Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou and five other Chinese cities from September 23 to October 8, and they are a huge event. India has assembled its largest-ever delegation to the Asian Games, which consists of 655 athletes, to honor this anniversary.
India has high goals and wants to win 100 medals, bettering its previous record of 70 medals from 2018. Notably, the Indian delegation included notables like Mirabai Chanu, Neeraj Chopra, Bajrang Punia, Lovlina Borgohain, and the men’s hockey team who all won medals at the Tokyo Olympics.
13-Opening Ceremony of the Asian Games in 2023: India’s Harmanpreet Singh and Lovlina Borgohain
On September 23 in Hangzhou, China, the 19th Asian Games began in earnest. At the glittering opening ceremony, which signaled the start of this major continental competition, Lovlina Borgohain, the bronze medalist from the Tokyo Olympics, and Harmanpreet Singh, the men’s hockey team captain, proudly led the Indian delegation.
14- With sophisticated weapons and gear, the Indian Army displays its abilities in clandestine activities.
A force to be reckoned with are the elite para commandos of the Indian Army, equipped with cutting-edge weapons and gear. In a rigorous exercise in Punjab, the Special Para Forces of the Indian Army demonstrated their abilities and prowess.
With their unmatched ability, the Special Forces provided a peek of high-voltage covert operations. The practice involved the Para Commandos training in deadly underwater warfare while wearing heavy armor.
In order to reach shore and carry out the task, the training also involved swimming underwater and diving through a boat. The multi-state military exercises were designed to prepare troops for any operational challenge.
15- From Coolie to Janaudhari: Rahul Gandhi’s Many Avatars as Congress Leader
Over the years, the leader of Congress has been the subject of numerous looks. In this video, we take a look at some of his most talked-about appearances.