Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- November 11, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- November 11, 2023

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1-Yogi Adityanath Greets Sita and Lord Ram at Ayodhya

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, pitched “Ram Rajya” and pledged to change the city on Wednesday at the “Deepotsav” celebration, opening his speech with “Jai Shri Ram” and “Bharat Mata Ki Jai.”

2-The ICC suspends cricket in Sri Lanka. The Way Ahead for the 2023 World Cup

For Sri Lanka, the ODI World Cup 2023 campaign has been one to forget, going from bad to worse. After losing seven of their nine games, the cricket board as a whole was fired, and the ICC subsequently suspended the board indefinitely. From here on, whither does Sri Lankan cricket go?

3-Push for “Direct to Mobile” Technology by the Government

A new plan to support “Direct to Mobile” technology is being considered by the government in order to provide millions of smartphone users with simple access to livestreaming content.

4-An Indian “Top Woman Coder” Who Didn’t Attend a Top College Receives a Package of Rs. 60 Lakh

Muskan Agrawal, the “top woman coder” in India and an engineering graduate, was able to negotiate an rs 60 lakh yearly wage deal with networking site LinkedIn.

Muskan Agrawal obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) located in Una, Uttar Pradesh, even though she did not attend the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). This year, Ms. Agrawal received her diploma from IIIT Una with a final GPA of 9.40.

5-J Scindia Shares Sweet Moment Before Polls: “My Father Can’t Sing, But I Can.”

On November 17, Madhya Pradesh will hold a single round of voting. Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia declared he is not running for chief minister in an exclusive interview with NDTV. There were also some humorous moments in the conversation.

6-Deepotsava aims to set a world record with 24 lakh diyas at 51 ghaths.

On the eve of Diwali, today, November 11, the city of Ayodhya is set to host an extraordinary celebration known as “Deepotsav.” 51 ghats will be decked out with more than 24 lakh diyas, illuminating the city in a captivating fashion.

As a vital part of the festivities, the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Path is being decked with a bright array of flowers, adding to the magnificence of Deepotsav 2023.

7-WATCH| What a UAE-based Pakistani driver had to say about CM Yogi and PM Modi

A Pakistani motorist in the United Arab Emirates expresses his sincere love for Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India. This homage, which acknowledges the unselfish devotion and ceaseless efforts of a leader who transcends national lines, says a lot about the influence that Modi’s work has had on his nation and its citizens.

8-MLC K Kavitha Points Out Mistakes Made by Siddaramaiah During Telangana Visit

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is under fire from BRS MLC K Kavitha for making false statements when he visited Kamareddy, the contender Telangana chief minister KCR.

She compares him to Rahul Gandhi in that he follows scripts with inaccurate information and begs him to conduct extensive research before speaking on Telangana issues. Kavitha highlights how crucial it is to address well-known individuals like the chief minister of Telangana with accuracy.

9-United States| Government Shutdown Looms as Republicans Seek Stopgap Amid Credit Downgrade

Following Moody’s downgrading of the credit outlook, U.S. House Republicans are working on a stopgap bill in the midst of a possible government shutdown. Deficit settlement is threatened by political division. Conservative measures or a “clean” CR are among the options. The clock is ticking on politicians navigating obstacles to prevent economic fallout.

10-US Lawmakers Move to Outlaw TikTok Due to Anti-Israel Feelings

Suspected to have pro-Chinese sentiments, TikTok is under increased scrutiny for allegedly inciting youth support for the Palestinians and Hamas. Hawley and other senators demand a ban, alleging prejudice against Israel. Morris, a venture capitalist, asserts that TikTok’s algorithm causes users to deviate from the majority’s support for Israel.

Legislators have long attempted to outlaw TikTok on the grounds that it advances Beijing’s goal; however, such attempts failed because of worries about free expression.

11- The Chief Justice of India Opens the “Mitti Cafe” at the Supreme Court Building

On November 10, the Chief Justice of India, Dhananjaya Yeshwant Chandrachud, opened the “Mitti Cafe” at the Supreme Court Building in Delhi. All of the management and operation of Mitti Cafe is done by persons with disabilities.

12- Kalabhavan Haneef Died: A Comedic Mastermind Who Made Us Laugh Uncontrollably

We pay respect to the memory of Kalabhavan Haneef, a comedic maestro whose life was devoted to bringing happiness via laughing, in this succinct but sincere tribute. His charming persona and contagious sense of humor enthralled crowds and had a lasting impression on the entertainment industry.

As we say goodbye, we remember Haneef as a brilliant artist and a source of joy whose legacy lives on in the memories of those who had the good fortune to witness his hilarious genius.

13-After 800 Earthquakes in 14 Hours, Iceland Declares Emergency

A state of emergency was proclaimed by Iceland on Friday following a slew of strong earthquakes that shook the southwest Reykjanes peninsula of the nation, perhaps signaling the start of a volcanic eruption.

14-UK To Declare India A “Safe State” And Limit Unauthorized Migrants’ Ability to Apply for Asylum

Plans to include India in a broader list of safe jurisdictions have been proposed by the UK government. This would expedite the process of repatriating Indian nationals who leave the country without authorization and eliminate their ability to apply for asylum in the UK.

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