Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- October 21, 2023
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1-Namo Bharat: The nation’s first regional RapidX train starts running; customers are ecstatic
The first regional RapidX train in India, “Namo Bharat,” started running on October 21. People could be spotted waiting impatiently to board India’s first RapidX train. On October 20, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially opened the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS Corridor’s priority segment at Sahibabad RapidX Station.
With stops in Ghaziabad, Guldhar, and Duhai along the way, the 17-km priority segment of the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS Corridor will run from Sahibabad to “Duhai Depot.”
2-Gaganyaan mission: ISRO conducts a test flight following a minor issue; the Crew Escape System is functional
After the first test flight for the Gaganyaan mission was aborted at 8:45 am due to an issue with the engine ignition, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully carried out the Test Flight Abort Mission on Saturday.
The launch of the first unmanned test flight (TV-D1 Flight Test) for the Gaganyaan Mission was briefly aborted earlier today by ISRO.
3- Return to Pakistan of former PM Nawaz Sharif
Following the granting of a protective bail in the graft allegations brought against him, Nawaz Sharif is returning to Pakistan. Nawaz Sharif, a former Pakistani prime minister, returned to his country on Saturday after a four-year self-imposed exile.
4-Russian YouTuber Gets Harassed in Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar While Blogging; Video Goes Viral
A frightening event involved harassment of a Russian YouTuber from the “Koko in India” channel in Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar market. In a widely shared video, a person continually tries to talk to her and offers to be her friend, clearly making her uncomfortable.
5-Hamas releases two US detainees; Benjamin Netanyahu Promises to Keep Attacking Gaza
Judith Tai Raanan and Natalie, who were kidnapped near Gaza and recently released by Hamas, were reunited with relatives in Israel. Since the most recent Arab-Israeli confrontations, this is the first confirmed release, which suggests a prospective change.
Netanyahu promises to keep fighting, while Biden chooses to put off the captive release. Israel’s ongoing ground invasion preparations are still causing tensions.
6-Tej Cyclone in India Update: Cyclone Tej Develops in Arabian Sea, IMD Issues Alerts
Tej, a cyclone that is forecast to become a strong cyclonic storm by Sunday, is strengthening in the Arabian Sea. Fishermen are advised to stay on land until October 26 as a result of warnings for rough seas issued by the India Meteorological Department. Coastal areas prepare for a possible impact.
7-Biden Administration’s Proposed Reforms to the H1B Visa Program Favor Indian Workers
With a number of suggested modifications, the Biden administration hopes to increase the program’s effectiveness and fairness for foreign workers.
It is hoped that these improvements will benefit Indian employees, students, and business owners. Examine the suggested changes in this report.
8-World Cup 2023: A police officer prevents a Pakistani supporter from yelling “zindabad”
A Pakistani fan was ordered not to yell “Pakistan zindabad” while watching Pakistan and Australia play in a cricket World Cup match in Bengaluru.
A video of the man’s argument with a police officer has now gone viral, which has caused debate among internet users.
9-Congress’s nomination of a Mizo woman who was wed outside of her community in Mizoram sparks protests.
Students from the Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP) organization protested in Aizawl against the Congress party’s choice of candidate for the Lunglei South constituency, Meriam L Hrangchal. Their outrage stems from the fact that Hrangchal is a Mizo woman who married a non-Mizo.
10-IIT Guwahati Creates a Sensor to Aid in the Management of Diabetes
Glycemic Index (GI) sensor, a point-of-care gadget created by researchers at IIT Guwahati, would provide real-time data for diabetics and those controlling their blood sugar through diet. Given that India alone has more than 100 million diabetic patients, researchers at IIT Guwahati think this will greatly benefit diabetic care.
The GI sensor can assess the GI of various food sources in real-time, which is essential for managing diabetes. IIT Guwahati has additionally said that the sensor can determine the GI of typical food sources in around five minutes.
11-KT Rama Rao: “We Are Nobody’s B-Team, But Telangana’s A-Team”
With just over a month until the Telangana polls, the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi has centered its campaign on regional pride in response to criticism of corruption and dynasty politics from the BJP and the Congress.
The working president of the party, KT Rama Rao, who during the previous elections claimed that Andhra landlords were the bad guys, has this time around focused his ire on the Gujarati ghulams (servants) and the Delhi durbar (courtiers).
In an exclusive interview with NDTV on Friday, Mr. Rao debunked claims that his party was partnering with either the BJP or the Congress and asserted that BRS is Telangana’s A-team, not anyone’s B-team.
12-“Shame”: Trudeau Insulted In Public Once More; Muslims Slam Canadian PM For Supporting Israel
During his visit to a mosque in Toronto, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received jeers for his stance on the Israel-Hamas conflict. In the widely shared footage, several of the mosque’s attendees can be heard saying “shame” during Trudeau’s visit.
Trudeau, however, addressed the throng and expressed his gratitude for their invitation to “pray alongside you in this difficult time.”
The daughter of Aamir Khan, Ira Khan, recalls sweet engagement moments, such as Nupur Shikhare dancing with her parents. She also shares the proposal moment and a heartfelt love letter in which she expresses her support for his new business.