Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- October 9, 2023
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1-Assembly Election 2023 | Polling Places Announced | Parties Meet in a Hunch
Five States are gripped by election fever as polling dates are revealed. OneIndia English covers all aspects of the election atmosphere. Watch how political parties are beginning to seize the lead as election day approaches.
2-Claudia Goldin, a Harvard economist, has been awarded the 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics.
According to an October 9 announcement from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Harvard professor Claudia Goldin has won the Nobel Prize in Economics 2023. She received the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in honor of Alfred Nobel for her thorough investigation of women’s contributions to the labor market.
3-In the India vs. Australia #ODI World Cup 2023 Match,Virat Kohli, The Relentless Fighter, Delivers Again
India was struggling at 2/3 until the world’s greatest chaser, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul pulled up a game-winning 165-run stand to start the ODI World Cup off right for India.
4-The Maharashtra government provided Y+ security cover for SRK.
The Maharashtra government has increased superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s security in light of “imminent and probable” threats against him.
5-Ratna Pathak, Fatima, Dia Mirza, and Sanjana Sanghi Go On A Ride Of A Lifetime In The Dhak Dhak Trailer
The Dhak Dhak trailer introduces regular people who embark on an extraordinary journey while transforming into bikers on a transformative expedition to Khardung La in Leh, the highest motorable pass in the world.
It begins with Pathak’s character expressing her desire to meet travel vlogger Khardung La To Shaikh. They meet Mirza, a housewife who works as a mechanic on the side, as the video progresses. Before an arranged marriage, Sanghi’s character, eager for adventure, joins them.
6-Rahul Gandhi on the Caste Census: The PM doesn’t represent OBCs
Rahul Gandhi argued that PM Modi’s assertion that the call for a caste census represents an effort to divide people is nothing more than a diversion.
7-Truly horrifying: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak denounces the Hamas attack and expresses support for Israel
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak expressed support for Israel as the violence between Israel and Hamas militants escalated. The government’s COBRA emergency reaction group will convene under the chairmanship of PM Sunak to address Israel.
Sergei Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia, called for an immediate cessation of hostilities between Israeli forces and terrorists from the Palestinian group Hamas.
8-Sikkim: The first group of vacationers was flown out of Lachen by an Indian Army helicopter
Search activities and the evacuation of thousands of people trapped in various sections of the state are under way days after a flood brought on by an eruption of a glacier lake grabbed Sikkim. Most recently, on October 9, the first group of tourists evacuated from Lachen by army aircraft arrived at Ringhim Helipad near Mangan.
On October 4 morning, a cloud burst caused nonstop monsoon rain in South Lhonak Lake in North West Sikkim. About 30 kilometers from Gangtok, the flash flood moved across the River Teesta and swept the Indreni Bridge in the town of Singtam.
9-Nirmala Sitharaman’s Advice For College Students Fighting Anxiety And Self-Doubt
In a reassuring interaction with a student struggling with self-doubt and uncertainty, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman imparts priceless advice on overcoming obstacles. She highlights the value of resiliency and independence with empathy and motivation.
Anyone who feels like they don’t belong or encounters difficulty on their journey will find her words of wisdom to be a beacon of hope, encouraging them to persevere and never give up.
10-New Jersey Gets the Biggest Hindu Temple in the US
In New Jersey, the biggest Hindu temple in the US opens. The construction of this temple required millions of hours from over 12,000 volunteers. It has been formally opened and will be available to worshippers starting on October 18.