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1-Telangana Panel Asks Telangana To Halt Financial Assistance To Farmers Ahead Of The 2023 Assembly Elections
The Telangana government was granted permission by the Election Commission to disburse financial aid to farmers for rabi crops under the Rythu Bandhu Scheme on Monday. However, the Commission withdrew this permission in a stern message after a state minister publicly announced that the state had violated the model code.
The state administration received approval from the poll panel to pay the rabi installment under specified guidelines during the model code of conduct period. One of the conditions was that the state not disclose the amount disbursed during the poll code.
2-“Love Is In The Air”: An Air Force Wedding in Dubai
Can you picture exchanging marriage vows in midair at a “baraat” on an airport tarmac? A couple from Dubai went above and beyond by exchanging vows during a wedding ceremony held inside a Boeing 747.
3-PM Asks Those at the Telangana Rally to Descend from the Tower
During his speech at a public rally in Nirmal, Telangana on November 26, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people to descend from the tower.
4-USA: Indian envoy is heckled at the Gurdwara in New York; pro-Khalistanis raise the chant “Nijjar Killer”
Supporters of Khalistan have incited India once more in the midst of a dispute over the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. At a New York gurdwara, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, the Indian envoy to the United States, was heckled.
The BJP leader posted a video of Sandhu being surrounded by an anti-Khalistan crowd. There were chants of “India murdered Nijjar” coming from followers of Khalistani.
5-A Girl in Gaza Thanked Putin for Preserving Her Life After Hamas Honored Him and Released Russian Prisoner
A youngster who was uprooted from Gaza has expressed gratitude to Russian President Vladimir Putin for saving her life and enabling her to travel to Russia with her family. Maria Al Askari expressed her desire to meet Putin and share her experiences with him.
A Russian hostage was freed earlier today as a thank you to Putin for his efforts, and the Palestinian organization Hamas commended Putin’s stance on the situation. See the entire video to learn more.
6-Alia Bhatt DeepFake Scandal: Rashmika, Katrina, and Kajol Are Not the Only Victims of Dark AI
Alia Bhatt is the most recent victim of the Deepfake trend, joining the ranks of Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, and Kajol. A startling and vulgar video has gone viral online, sparking worries about technology abuse and invasions of privacy.
Come along as we examine the specifics of this unsettling occurrence, considering its ramifications and the more general problem of DeepFake content directed against celebrities.
7-After the publication of the Netflix documentary series Endgame, King Charles criticized Prince Harry.
A growing division within England’s Royal Family has been made public by shocking disclosures from a book that was leaked. Reports state that Prince Harry’s father, King Charles, called him “that fool” after Harry criticized the monarchy in a Netflix documentary.
The book “Endgame,” written by Omid Scobie, discusses what happened after Harry and Meghan Markle signed a $100 million contract with the streaming behemoth. The book by Scobie describes King Charles’s open response to his son’s documentary.
8- Beginning on December 1, Indian and Chinese tourists will be able to enter Malaysia without a visa.
Malaysia has announced that, as part of a major effort to increase tourism, it will no longer require Indian citizens to have a visa in order to enter the country, effective December 1.
Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s statement comes after previous measures of a similar nature by Vietnam, Thailand, and Sri Lanka.
9-West Indies cricketer Brian Lara is disappointed that his team did not make it to the ODI World Cup.
Brian Lara, a former cricket player, expresses his sorrow with the West Indies’ exclusion from the ODI World Cup, praising Australia’s tenacity and recognizing India’s supremacy. It is hoped that the forthcoming T20 World Cup in the West Indies will yield improved results.
The success of young West Indian athletes in athletics is also discussed, evoking mixed feelings of hope and sadness for the future of cricket in the West Indies.
10-Internet Users React After Indigo Passenger Posts Picture Of Missing Seat Cushion During Flight
On an Indigo aircraft, a picture of a missing seat cushion is making the rounds online. Subrat Patnaik, an X user, posted this photo while he was on Sunday’s 6E 6798 Indigo flight from Pune to Nagpur.
11-Jack Ma of Alibaba Enters the Food Sector and Establishes a Ready-Made Food Company
Jack Ma, the face of China’s internet industry, has entered the food business. He founded a new firm called “Hangzhou Ma’s Kitchen Food,” which would sell prepared meals and process and sell agricultural products
12-IPL Retention: Gujarat Titans traded Hardik Pandya to the Mumbai Indians
Two hours after being retained by the Gujarat Titans on Sunday, Hardik Pandya was traded to the Mumbai Indians in a significant development.
As the trade window remained open until December 12th, Hardik’s previous team successfully completed a deal using only cash. As a result, nobody signed with the Gujarat Titans from MI.
Mumbai was supposed to pay ₹15 crore to regain Hardik, according to earlier reports. Given that MI has already retained Rohit Sharma, it will be intriguing to see if the all-round player is named captain of the team.