Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 18, 2022
1-In the Hyderabad showdown, KCR criticises Amit Shah for his “divisive politics”
In an effort to defeat the BJP in a rally-versus-rally contest to commemorate the acquisition of the former princely state of Hyderabad by India in 1948,
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (also known as “KCR”) today accused Union Home Minister Amit Shah of “playing divisive politics.”
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2-In Amit Shah against KCR’s Hyderabad Face-Off, “Liberation” vs “Integration”
Depending on one’s political stance, Telangana celebrated the state’s “integration” into the Indian Union or “freedom” from the Nizam’s reign.
Amit Shah, the union home minister, marked the same historic occasion nearby as “Hyderabad Liberation Day,” while Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, also known as KCR, observed “Telangana National Integration Day.”
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3- 8 cheetahs are released by Modi at the Madhya Pradesh National Park
As part of an initiative to reintroduce big cats in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today released cheetahs flown in from Namibia into special cages in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
4- President Droupadi Murmu travels to London to attend the funeral for Queen Elizabeth
On Saturday night, President Droupadi Murmu flew into London for the state burial of Queen Elizabeth II and to express condolences on behalf of the Indian government.
5- A passenger train crashes in Bhadrak, Odisha.
On Saturday, the Howrah-Bhubaneswar Jan Shatabdi Express derailed in Odisha after running over a bull close to Bhadrak station.
A railroad representative added, “The trolley that was in front of the bogie close to the engine lost two of its wheels. The incident didn’t result in any injuries.”
6-On the PM’s birthday, Tamil Nadu BJP leaders distribute more than 700 kg of fish.
On the occasion of the 72nd birthday of the prime minister, 720 kg of fish were presented to the general people in Chennai by Karu Nagarajan, the vice president of the Tamil Nadu BJP, and Sathish Kumar, the state secretary.
7-“Provocative”: Ramiz Raja of PCB defends stealing an Indian journalist’s phone and refuses to apologise
Days after snapping at an Indian journalist who questioned whether Pakistan as a whole would be disappointed with the team’s performance in the Asia Cup final, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja has made an apology.
Raja‘s behaviour with the reporter did not delight cricket fans.
8- Mourners are astonished as a guy rushes towards the coffin before to the Queen’s funeral due to a security breach.
a security scare during London’s mourning for Queen Elizabeth II
A man is seen in a viral video attempting to rush the Queen’s casket.
In the footage, a guy can be seen rushing through the line and near the catafalque of the deceased monarch.
He was then attacked by policemen, who took him to the ground.
King Charles III was scheduled to meet with Commonwealth leaders when the incident occurred.
9- In Kuno National Park, Prime Minister Modi urges “Cheetah Mitra,” “Don’t allow even me…”
PM Narendra Modi engaged with “Cheetah Mitra” after releasing the eight African cheetahs from their quarantine enclosure at Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park on his birthday (friends).
They were instructed by PM Modi to watch out for cheetans and protect them from people.
He also related Gujarati legends of how Asiatic lions were spared from extinction.
10- Security violation during Amit Shah’s visit to Hyderabad ignites debate | Watch
A private car in Hyderabad caused the convoy of Union Home Minister Amit Shah to be delayed for a short while, possibly due to a security breach.
The private vehicle was an SUV belonging to a TRS leader. Although the HM’s security intervened and ordered the automobile to be moved, the TRS leader claims that they vandalised his car.
11-“Just in case”: King Charles smiles as a fan presents him with a ballpoint pen | A few days after the leaky pen incident
King Charles III was given a pen by a royal admirer during his visit to Cardiff on Friday, only days after the leaky pen incident.
The well-wisher added “just in case” as she gave the pen to the recipient, which caused the King to be momentarily perplexed.
But once he understood what that meant, he started laughing and agreed.