Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- September 22, 2022
1- Jagan Mohan Reddy of Andhra faces controversy over his title as “permanent president”
Regarding claims that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had been appointed as its permanent president, the Election Commission has addressed a notice to the YSR Congress Party, which is currently in power in Andhra Pradesh.
“Categorically rejects any attempt or even a hint of any organisational post being of a permanent nature,” the Commission declared.
Such a move is “inherently anti-democracy,” it claimed.
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2-Eknath Shinde’s Most Recent Insult: “Shiv Sena Not A Private Company”
Eknath Shinde, the chief minister of Maharashtra, made fun of the Uddhav Thackeray group for their partnership with the Nationalist Congress Party and Congress in Maharashtra by claiming that the Shiv Sena is Balasaheb Thackeray’s party and not a for-profit organisation.
“People couldn’t believe that the NCP and Congress had joined forces to form a government.
The Shiv Sena is Balasaheb’s party, not a private limited firm.
No one has a master or a slave.
People switch sides and join the ruling party, but we ceded control “During a gathering on Wednesday at the Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi, he remarked
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3- “Shameless Violation”: Biden Criticizes Putin at UN Meeting
In his remarks to the United Nations, US Vice President Joe Biden criticised Vladimir Putin, saying that by invading Ukraine, the Russian president had “shamelessly broken” international law.
Putin ordered Russia to mobilise for the first time since World War 2. Parmeshwar Bawa of NDTV explains
4-Rahul Gandhi’s Advice to Congress President Candidates
Rahul Gandhi announced today that he supported the Congress’s “one man, one post” rule, indicating that Ashok Gehlot, the front-runner for Congress president, may not be able to hold both positions.
At a press conference in Kerala, Rahul Gandhi stated, “We have made a guarantee in Udaipur, I expect that would be maintained.”
5-Wipro’s CEO receives “hate mail” as 300 employees are let go for “Moonlighting”
This week, as the soap-to-tech company group revealed it had fired 300 employees for “moonlighting,” Wipro boss Rishad Premji emphasised the distinction between playing in a band on the weekends and working covertly for competitors.
Some other large IT companies have joined the chorus in calling moonlighting “an unethical practise,” including IBM, which has a significant presence in India, and the local Infosys.
6-“Modi world’s powerful…”: UK applauds PM’s message to Putin that “this is not the era of conflict”
The UK praised the PM a day after the French President remarked, “Modi was right.” Modi “has a powerful & influential voice on the global stage,” according to the UK Foreign Secretary.
7-Imran Khan praises PM Modi for not “be[ing] corrupt,” while criticising former Pakistani PM Sharif | Watch
Imran Khan, the leader of the Tehreek-e-Insaaf and a former prime minister of Pakistan, is full of admiration for PM Narendra Modi.
On Wednesday, Imran Khan criticised former Pakistani Prime Minister and PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif for corruption while speaking to lawyers in Lahore.
8-Putin pauses TV talk due to “coughing spells” and “chest trouble”; doctors are brought in I Details Here
In the recent months, worries have been expressed over Putin‘s health.
The Russian President apparently had a coughing attack while filming a rare TV broadcast in the most recent instance, according to the Mirror.
Putin was reportedly even delayed when he had to give a speech to the country outlining Russia’s extension of its invasion of Ukraine.
9-After giving his speech, Joe Biden seems confused on stage. Americans find this embarrassing.
President of the United States Joe Biden displayed confusion on stage at a New York event.
Following Biden’s speech at the Seventh Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund, something “strange” was caught on camera.
10-NIA conducts 95 PFI searches and holds 45 people as part of the Modi government’s largest single-day crackdown on “terror-funding”
In the country’s largest single-day crackdown on alleged terror-funding activities, the NIA carried out nighttime raids on 95 PFI-related locations and detained 45 of its members. These operations took place in 13 different states.
The PFI raid followed a slew of instances involving the Islamist organisation that are being investigated by the agencies.
The PFI has denounced the raids and declared that it will not submit to the RSS-led “totalitarian” rule while also refuting claims that it was involved in funding and supporting terrorism.
11-Biden endorses India’s application for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council after Jaishankar asks for it
The announcement by US President Joe Biden that he supports India’s application for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council is a significant victory for External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.