Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 17, 2023
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1-Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah is named the new emir of Kuwait | Everything you need to know
Following the passing of the previous Emir, Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, on December 16, Kuwait named Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah as the new ruler. The late Kuwaiti emir Sheikh Nawaf’s half-brother is Sheikh Meshal. A statement from the state minister for cabinet affairs and deputy prime minister verified Sheikh Meshal’s appointment as Kuwait’s next emir.
2-U.S.-Russia: Vladimir Putin responds to Joe Biden’s statement regarding intentions to strike NATO
Take a look at the most recent diplomatic spat as Russian President Putin calls US President Biden’s claim that Russia has a plan to attack NATO “complete nonsense.” Examine the specifics of this high-profile international conflict and its effects on international relations.
3-Pakistan Uses Artificial Rain to Combat Lahore’s Smog | How Will It Affect Pollution
With support from the UAE, artificial rain technology made its premiere in Lahore, Pakistan, to combat extreme pollution. Ten locations were chosen for cloud seeding, which introduced salts into clouds to create rainfall. This worldwide approach attempts to address the shortage of water. This creative pollution control initiative was prompted by the ongoing haze in Lahore.
4- An old Keralan woman was found to have COVID-19 substrain JN.1.
Health officials said on December 8 that a 79-year-old Keralan woman who had tested positive in an RT-PCR test on November 18 had been found to carry the COVID-19 sub-variant JN.1. Her symptoms were moderate, similar to the flu, but she had already recovered from COVID-19. Reportedly, more than 90% of cases that are now being treated in India are classified as moderate.
5. Parliament Security Breach: PM Modi Questions Opposition in First Statement About Incident
In response to the recent security breach in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave priority to a thorough inquiry over the discussions that the opposition parties had wanted. He underscored the gravity of the event and the need for thorough investigation. The Speaker declared a security assessment after the breach resulted in MP arrests and suspensions.
6. Australia’s Floods: In the middle of a devastating situation, thousands are urged to higher ground
Join us for the most recent updates on Australia’s fight against extensive flooding, as thousands of people are being advised to seek higher ground by officials. Get up-to-date information about the emergency situation, rescue operations, and the community’s perseverance in the face of hardship.
7-The World’s Largest Office, the Surat Diamond Exchange, is opened by Modi
Today, the world’s largest office, the Surat diamond exchange, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, surpassing the Pentagon in size. At a cost of Rs 32 billion, it was finished in July and has a construction area of 6.7 million square feet. The US landmark has 6.5 million square feet in size and was first inaugurated in 1943.
8-PM Modi pauses his convoy to allow an ambulance to pass.
During his roadshow in Varanasi today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s motorcade momentarily stopped to make room for an ambulance. A video showed the convoy stopping on the side of a barricaded road with security officers clinging to the prime minister’s car while the ambulance drove off by its side.
9-A student from India disappears in London
In an attempt to locate an Indian student who has allegedly vanished in the United Kingdom, a BJP lawmaker has asked the External Affairs Ministry for assistance.
GS Bhatia, a student at Loughborough University, has not been seen since December 15 in the Canary Wharf neighborhood of East London, according to Manjinder Singh Sirsa, who made the announcement on X on December 16.
10Kerala: During the pilgrimage, Sabarimala Temple continues to see a lot of traffic
During the current annual pilgrimage season, there was a significant influx of devotees at the Sabarimala Temple on December 17. The 41-day pilgrimage known as the Sabarimala season occurs in December and January. The reason that this year’s pilgrimage season is unique is that it marks the first time that the Supreme Court of India has allowed women of reproductive age to attend the temple. The Travancore Devaswom Board and the Keralan government are dedicated to making sure that every pilgrim has a comfortable and safe journey.
11- In a poignant farewell to Justice Kaul, CJI Chandrachud quotes Faiz Ahmed Faiz in a “poetic” message.
On December 15, a farewell party was held in Supreme Court Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul’s honor. Poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz was cited by CJI DY Chandrachud during the event to say goodbye to his friend and colleague of more than 47 years. CJI Chandrachud commended Justice Kaul for his significant contribution to the Indian legal system, particularly with regard to the Article 370 repeal case.
12- Delhi: Sari becomes trapped in the Metro door at Inderlok Station, dragging the woman around the platform until she dies.
Sadly, a single mother of two who was hurt when her garments got caught in a Delhi Metro train’s doors has gone away while undergoing care at Safdarjung hospital. A statement from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) stated that the event had happened at the Inderlok Metro station on December 14th, in the afternoon.
The DMRC has said that an investigation following the occurrence will be carried out by the Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety.