Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 7, 2023
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1-Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy takes an oath of office
On Thursday, Anumula Revanth Reddy was sworn in as Telangana’s chief minister, and Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, a prominent leader, was sworn in as his deputy.
At a public ceremony at L. B. Stadium that drew thousands of spectators, Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan administered the oath of office and secrecy to Revanth Reddy, Vikramarka, and ten ministers.
To thunderous applause from his fans, the 54-year-old took the oath of office as the second chief minister of the newest state in India.
A Dalit leader named Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka was sworn in as the deputy chief minister. Two women and ten other ministers took an oath of office.
2-Telangana’s new chief minister, Revanth Reddy, who beat KCR and revitalized the Congress
My only agenda in life is to dethrone KCR and make his family irrelevant in politics,” Revanth Reddy declared eight years ago. As promised, he guided the Congress to an incredible triumph over the Bharat Rashtra Samithi. And he’s Telangana’s chief minister now.
3-News of Doctor Death in Kerala: Dr. Shahna Takes Her Own Life After Her Wedding Is Canceled Due to Dowry Demands
Kerala Doctor Death News: In a startling turn of events, 28-year-old physician Shahna committed herself when her boyfriend, Ruwise, called off the wedding due to demands for a gold BMW car as dowry. He’s now under police custody.
The government announced this afternoon that India’s envoy to Qatar met with eight former Navy officers who were condemned to death in October for unspecified reasons. “On December 3, our ambassador received consular access to meet with all eight in prison,” said Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for External Affairs.
Mr. Bagchi commented on India’s appeal against the death penalty, saying, “Two sessions have already taken place (they were held on November 23 and November 30). We are keeping a close eye on the situation and providing all necessary legal and consular support. Although this is a delicate matter, we will take all appropriate action.”
5-Ratan Tata Issues A Warning About A “Fake” When His Deepfake Video Appearances, Suggested Investments
Company Titan Ratan Tata is responding to a deepfake movie that is making the rounds on social media and purports to support certain investing suggestions. Come along as we delve into the specifics of this misleading video, examine its consequences, and discuss Ratan Tata’s swift action. Be aware and watchful in the era of digital fraud.
6-The UK announces Dr. Samir Shah, an Indian-born man, would take over as BBC chairman.
The UK government has nominated Dr. Samir Shah, a media leader of Indian descent, to be the next chairman of the BBC. Owning Juniper, an independent production company, Shah had a wealth of TV experience and was awarded a CBE for his TV accomplishments. Before taking office, he must pass parliamentary oversight in order to use his experience to help the BBC with its upcoming difficulties.
7-CM Revanth Reddy of Telangana takes an oath and expresses gratitude to Sonia Gandhi for the creation of the state.
The arrival of Sonia Gandhi at Revanth Reddy’s swearing-in ceremony highlighted the latter’s crucial role in the creation of the state of Telangana. This public backing attempts to increase Reddy’s popularity among Sonia Gandhi’s supporters as well as strengthen his position inside the party.
8-Russia Sets the Date for the 2024 Presidential Elections, Paving the Way for Putin’s Potential Re-Election
The 2024 presidential election was scheduled for March 17 by Russian lawmakers, bringing Putin one step closer to a possible fifth term. With so few opponents because of bans and jail time, his win is inevitable. Challengers that don’t have party support must meet strict signing requirements.
Unexpectedly, a video of a contentious gesture made on live television appears, and BBC News anchor Maryam ignites fury. The unexpected moment has drawn criticism from viewers, and social media is a flurry of commentary. Watch to find out who Maryam is and to hear the entire tale.
10- Former Indian Cricket Players Gautam Gambhir and Sreesanth Get Into A Verbal Argument
Following Gambhir’s boundary hits off Sreesanth’s bowling, there was a furious verbal altercation between the two on the field. In an Instagram video, Sreesanth accused Gambhir of starting the altercation and showing disrespect for elders such as Virender Sehwag. He said he was offended by Gambhir’s comments but said he wasn’t at fault.
11- Discover the Inspiring Indian Women on Forbes’ 2023 List, Including FM Nirmala Sitharaman
Learn the motivational tales of the four extraordinary Indian women who made it onto Forbes’ esteemed list of the world’s most powerful women for 2023. Through their innovative accomplishments and inspiring leadership, these women are influencing the course of history.
12- ‘Don’t Have A Woman Problem’: GOP Debate Between Vivek Ramaswamy and Nikki Haley | US Presidential Election
Vivek Ramaswamy, an Indian-American Republican running for the US presidency, disparaged Nikki Haley, a competitor, at the 4th GOP in Alabama. In an enraged address, Ramaswamy charged Nikki of being crooked.
According to Ramaswamy, Nkki took corporate funding while serving as governor and followed the wishes of the donors. Additionally, he mentioned that Nikki had joined the Boeing board subsequent to her resignation as the US ambassador to the UN and her engagement in paid speeches.
13-New Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy and Family Accept Blessings from Sonia Gandhi
Telangana CM Swearing-In Ceremony: Following today’s swearing-in ceremony in Hyderabad, General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, MP Rahul Gandhi, and Chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary Party Sonia Gandhi met with the new Telangana Chief Minister, Revanth Reddy, and his family. Revanth Reddy touched Sonia Gandhi’s feet to receive her blessings.
14 UNESCO Expands Its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage to Include Gujarat’s “Garba”
The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has listed the traditional dance form garba on its Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The prime minister, Narendra Modi, stated, “Garba inspires us to preserve and promote our heritage for future generations” following the decision.