Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 26, 2023
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1-Waheeda Rehman, a veteran actor, will get the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2023.
This year’s recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award is veteran Indian actor Waheeda Rehman, who is frequently cited as one of the classiest in the business. The highest film honor in India is the Dadasaheb Phalke Award.
2-Protests by Sikhs against India in Canada’s diplomatic posts
The situation between India and Canada keeps getting worse. There have been reports of Sikh rallies being held by Canadians in front of Indian embassies in Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver. Demonstrators in Toronto even went so far as to burn the Indian flag and kick a cardboard cutout of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
3-A specialist predicts that “Disease X” will be 20 times deadlier than COVID-19. | being fully informed
The United Kingdom’s medical community is preparing for a probable new pandemic known as “Disease X.” Experts believe that the new virus may be more deadly than Covid-19 and may have effects akin to those of the Spanish Flu.
The upcoming pandemic has been called “Disease X” by the World Health Organization (WHO), which claims that it may already be “on its way.” Let’s examine ‘Disease X’ now and what is known about it at this time.
Perseverance, a NASA rover on Mars, has always needed assistance from a human operator on Earth to move around. However, something unexpected for NASA happened for the first time ever. The rover apparently faced a rough road head-on using self-driving smarts.
According to reports, AutoNav, the six-wheeled Martian rover’s computer pilot, is helping it set new records on the red planet.
5-Sri Lanka Criticizes Trudeau’s ‘Outrageous Allegations’ Against India: ‘Canada Safe Haven For Terrorists’
Sri Lanka has revealed Truduau’s “terrible lies” regarding the genocidal treatment of Tamil Sri Lankans after siding with India in response to unfounded Canadian charges about India’s involvement in the murder of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Ali Sabry, the foreign minister of Sri Lanka, claimed that Canada had accused the Tamil minority of being genocided during the civil war that concluded in May 2009.
6-India Slams Moody’s for Criticism of Aadhaar; “Without Any Evidence…” | Details
The Moody’s criticism of the Aadhaar system has been dismissed by the Modi administration as “baseless” and “without any evidence.” According to Moody’s, the Aadhaar biometrics is problematic in a country like India with hot, humid conditions.
The paper in question does not mention any primary, secondary, or independent research to back up the conclusions it makes. The IT Ministry stated in a statement that the investor service “made no attempt to obtain facts on the issues raised by it from the Authority.
7-Video: Royal Enfield Ride By Haryana Chief Minister On Karnal Roads
Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister of Haryana, surprised locals in Karnal this morning when he rode a Royal Enfield motorcycle around the town. His retinue and security detail followed the Chief Minister on bikes.
The Chief Minister was traveling to the airport in Karnal, where he will board a helicopter to travel to Amritsar. Later today in Amritsar, Mr. Khattar is scheduled to attend a meeting of the Northern Zonal Council with Home Minister Amit Shah.
8-Report: Hyderabad Has The Most CCTV Cameras
With 2300 more added today, the state now has over 5.2 lakh CCTV cameras, cementing Hyderabad’s image as the city with the most of them.
9-Agreement To End Strike Reached By Hollywood Writers And Studios
Hollywood writers and major studios have signed a tentative labor agreement that is anticipated to put an end to one of the two strikes that have halted the majority of Hollywood film and television production. But has Hollywood resumed production? Parmeshwar Bawa of NDTV reports.
10-Indian Farmer’s Daughter Shines in Chinese Waters in the Asian Games in 2023
Asian Games 2023: After winning her first silver medal in girl’s dinghy sailing and speaking exclusively to NDTV, Bhopal farmer’s daughter Neha Thakur discusses her accomplishments.
The couple Fahad Ahmad and Swara Bhasker have a daughter! The couple posted pictures of the newborn on social media to spread the good news.
On September 23, 2023, Swara and Fahad, who were married in February of this year, had their first child. While sharing this incredible news, they even disclosed the name of their daughter.
12-Raghav Chadha and Parineeti Chopra Make Their First Public Appearance, Thank You-Wishers with their hands folded
On September 25, Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha made their debut in front of the public. In Udaipur, the couple exchanged vows in front of family and friends. Parineeti, the bride, looked stunning in a blush lehenga, while Raghav, the groom, completed her look with a cream sherwani. While traveling to the airport, the couple made their first public appearance.
Raghav looked handsome in white, while Parineeti looked lovely in pink. On the same day, the newlyweds made their second public appearance at the airport. Raghav chose a brown kurta and a jacket, while Parineeti wore a stunning neon green suit.
They graciously posed for the photographers and extended their sincere gratitude to everyone.
13-Italy’s Most Wanted Mafia Boss, Matteo Messina Denaro, Dies
The most sought Italian mafia boss, Matteo Messina Denaro, passed away on Sunday after a fight with cancer and having been in a coma since Friday. After 31 years of evading capture, the 61-year-old was apprehended by authorities this year.
14-Frankly Speaking: K Kavitha On The Missing Soul In The Women’s Reservation Bill
K Kavitha, a member of the Legislative Council for the BRS party, joins host Navika Kumar on this edition of Frankly Speaking. The Women’s Reservation Bill serves as the main topic of discussion.
While expressing her satisfaction at its passage, Kavitha also voiced her dissatisfaction at the lack of OBC women’s representation. She says, “It ought to have happened sooner… The bill’s passage makes me glad, however regrettably the OBC women’s quota is not included. The bill, in my opinion, lacks soul.