Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 8, 2023
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1-Putin Will Run for President Again: Vladimir Putin plans to run for president of Russia once more.
With the announcement of his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election in March, Russian President Vladimir Putin made it clear that he intended to retain power for a further six years. Putin is still in a solid position to win with ease, despite the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and internal discontent.
2-The Mahua Moitra Expelled: Case of Cash-for-Query | What transpired?
Following an Ethics Committee report that found TMC MP Mahua Moitra guilty of accepting payments in exchange for criticizing the government, she was expelled from the Lok Sabha.
The 49-year-old Member of Parliament is accused of accepting cash and opulent gifts from businessman Darshan Hiranandani in return for raising critical issues of the Narendra Modi government in Parliament.
Let’s take a brief look back to comprehend the case’s main points and the circumstances surrounding the TMC MP’s expulsion.
3-Canada Announces New Rules Regarding Foreign Students: Increased Cost Requirements
In an effort to guarantee financial readiness beginning January 1, 2024, Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Marc Miller, announced changes for international students that would increase the cost-of-living requirement to USD 20,635.
New regulations allow for longer off-campus employment hours and provide online study periods for work beyond graduation. Economic strains, fraud, housing scarcity, and dwindling student enrollment as a result of tighter restrictions are all causes for concern.
4-KCR, the former chief minister of Telangana, was hospitalized following a fall and a hip fracture.
Following a fall, former Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was admitted to the hospital with a hip fracture. Losing the election worsens problems; BRS members go to a hospital in Hyderabad. Former ministers are keeping a careful eye on Rao’s care.
5-The Indian government warns that Meftal Spas, which provide painkillers, may cause “Adverse Reactions.”
The next time you take a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), such as Meftal, to relieve your pain, make sure you first discuss the dosage with a physician and determine whether you actually need it.
The common painkiller, mefenamic acid, has been linked to severe allergic reactions including the DRESS syndrome, which affects internal organs, according to a drug safety advisory issued by the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC).
6-Hunter Biden Indicted | Why President Biden is bothered by Hunter’s indictment
In the midst of a special counsel investigation, Hunter Biden was indicted on nine tax offenses and is under close observation. In light of these accusations, House Republicans are considering impeachment, which has sparked further debate regarding the financial ventures and legal issues of the Biden family.
7- Lalduhoma Assumes Leadership As Mizoram’s Chief Minister: Obstacles to Be Faced
When the six-year-old Zoram People’s Movement, or ZPM, formed its government in the state today and 74-year-old Lalduhoma, a former IPS officer turned politician, took the oath of office as the new Chief Minister alongside 11 other ministers, history was written. Although it was a huge win, the new government has difficult challenges going forward. a report by Ratnadip Choudhury of NDTV.
8- Thousands Enter the once-fortified home of KCR to Meet the New Chief Minister
Thousands of people are now entering the hitherto heavily guarded chief minister of Telangana official residence, bearing increased anticipation that their complaints will be taken seriously and resolved. Uma Sudhir reports from Jyotirao Phule Praja Bhavan, formerly known as Pragati Bhavan, on how Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, the recently appointed leader of the state, is making a strong start to his tenure.
9 “When the Boss Meets the Father” is how Modi meets the father of Smriti Irani.
On December 7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and her father, Union Minister Smriti Irani, met at the PM’s office. “When The Boss Meets The Father…” is the hilarious message that Smriti Irani wrote when she uploaded the image on Instagram.
10-Due to a price surge, India bans onion exports till March 2024.
The government responded to the spike in local onion prices, which reached ₹40 per kilogram in wholesale trade, with strong action, prohibiting onion exports until March 31, 2024.
The onion crop in Maharashtra was seriously damaged by the unanticipated and late rainfall, which prompted the government to take this important action.
11-Is Kohli Able to Beat Tendulkar’s 100 International Hundreds Record? Brian Lara Says
In the 50-over World Cup semifinal between India and New Zealand, Virat Kohli struck his 80th international century, a feat that his hero, Sachin Tendulkar, was present to witness.
The question of whether Kohli may eventually top Tendulkar’s record of 100 international century was rekindled with this achievement. Celebrity West Indian cricketer Brian Lara chimed in on this discussion, pointing out that Kohli faces a formidable opponent.