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Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 20, 2023

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1-Rajya Sabha Chairman Stresses Dignity During Dhankhar Mimicry Row Incident

Observe. The Rajya Sabha Chairman conveyed worry on the purported insults aimed at the Indian Vice President, farmers, and the constitutional position. In response to the mimicking row, he emphasized the need to uphold the dignity of the position and the House.

While guaranteeing the maintenance of decency and decorum in the parliamentary sessions, he stated that insults to public personalities and communities are considered unacceptable.

2-Dhankar Mimicry Row: Rahul Gandhi claims that 150 MPs were expelled and urges the media to address this.

Row of mimicry Rahul Gandhi, a Congress member, states, “I recorded the MPs while they were seated. I have my video on my phone. The media is displaying it…No one has voiced any opinions.There is no media conversation about the expulsion of 150 of our MPs from the House.

There’s no conversation about Adani, no conversation about Rafale, no conversation about unemployment. Disappointed, our MPs are sitting outdoors. However, you are talking about that (mimicry).

3-Opposing the Suspension of MPs: Hema Malini’s response to the move becomes viral

Following the recent expulsion of 141 members by the Parliament, the opposition keeps criticizing the central administration led by the BJP. Congress recently released a film on strike that purported to reveal the true cause of the several house opposition members’ suspensions.

Sama Ram Mohan Reddy, the head of the Telangana Congress, shared a video with Hema Milini, a BJP MP, saying, “Opposition asks too many questions.”

4-Covid Update: 3 deaths in Kerala and 614 new cases in India, the highest number since May 21

Many states in the nation have seen an increase in Covid cases since the discovery of the first case of the coronavirus subvariant JN.1 in Kerala. Nineteen sequences of the JN.1 sub-variant, a descendent of BA.2.86, have been found by Insacog, the consortium of laboratories under the federal government. Of them, eighteen are in Goa and one is in Maharashtra.

According to latest data released by the Union Health Ministry on Wednesday, India saw 614 reported instances of coronavirus infections on a daily basis, the highest number since May 21. There are now 2,311 active cases, an increase. Three deaths from Kerala were reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 5,33,321.

5-JN.1 is categorized by the WHO as a Covid19 “Variant of Interest” | What does that mean?

Following more than two years of living largely free of Covid-19, current worries have arisen as a result of an increase in coronavirus cases in the last few days. These concerns have been heightened by the discovery of JN.1, a sub-variant of Covid-19, which has been spreading throughout China and the US. It has since been discovered in Kerala, India.

The Center has moved quickly to encourage states to increase testing efforts, especially the frequency of RT-PCR tests, by sending alerts to them. Positive samples must be delivered to the INSACOG facilities for genome sequencing. On December 8, 2023, a positive RT-PCR sample from Karakulam, in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala, revealed the existence of the first case of JN.1.

In the past 24 hours, 260 new coronavirus infections have been recorded from India. The JN.1 coronavirus strain was categorized as a “variant of interest” by the World Health Organization on Tuesday, however they stated there was no risk to public health.

6-Blocks of Sunrisers Hyderabad David Warner During the Head-to-Head Congratulations

Travis Head’s outstanding accomplishments, particularly during the World Cup, sparked curiosity when David Warner’s Instagram account was blocked by SRH, preventing him from congratulating Head. With hints of non-cricketing causes, Warner’s SRH journey—from leading in 2016 to a precipitous fall—sparked criticism. Warner’s revelation of SRH’s social media ban caused an unresolved split, as he hopes to excel with Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2024 following his departure from SRH.

7-Greece warns commercial vessels to stay clear of Yemeni waters in response to the Red Sea Houthi threat.

Greece warns commercial ships in response to escalating Red Sea tensions. Greece has released a marine alert asking ships to steer clear of Yemeni seas in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden in an effort to protect commercial vessels. The warning, issued on Saturday by the Greek ministry of shipping, comes in the wake of recent attacks on vessels operating in the area by the terrorist group Houthi, which is affiliated with Iran.

8-Space Missions 2023: Retrospective on the Space Exploration Journey | Chandrayaan-3

2023 has shown to be a remarkable year for space exploration as the year draws to a close, with ground-breaking missions and discoveries deepening our understanding of the cosmos. We look back on some of the most influential space tales that have captivated our attention today.

9- Mohammed Shami and 25 other sportsmen will get the Arjuna Award for their exceptional achievements.

Mohammed Shami, the prominent Indian cricket player, is expected to win the coveted Arjuna Award in 2023 as a result of his outstanding achievement. The seasoned bowler is the sole athlete among 26 to win an award in 2023 and was a top wicket-taker in the just finished ICC ODI World Cup 2023, taking 24 wickets in just seven innings.

In the meantime, the Arjuna Award will be given to 25 more athletes in 2023 in recognition of their valor. India’s greatest athletic accolade, the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna, will be given to the country’s top badminton team, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty.

10-Amit Shah introduces new criminal laws, and the Lok Sabha approves bills to repeal laws from the colonial era.

The Lok Sabha approved three legislations, including the Code of Criminal Procedure Act of 1898 and the Indian Penal Code of 1860, to replace criminal laws from the colonial era. This was a momentous development. These measures, which were put up by Home Minister Amit Shah, seek to create an Indian philosophically based legal system.

Shah placed special emphasis on the removal of colonial symbols and the addition of a provision allowing for a trial in absentia.

97 Opposition MPs were not present when the measures were approved, which is a revolutionary move toward a more effective and equitable legal system.

11 PM: Modi lashes out at Rahul Gandhi and Kalyan Banerjee for their “absject theatrics” after V-P Dhankhar’s insult.

One day following the commotion surrounding the Trinamool Congress MP’s impersonation of the Rajya Sabha Chairperson, Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls Jagdeep Dhankhar.

In response to the “abject theatrics” of politicians like Rahul Gandhi and Kalyan Banerjee, the prime minister expressed “great pain.”

PM Modi informed the Vice President that he has endured these kinds of taunts for two decades. For further details on the chat between PM Modi and Jagdeep Dhankhar, watch this report.

12- On Klin Kaara’s sixmonth birthday, Ram Charan and Upasana offer prayers at Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi Temple.

On the occasion of the child’s sixmonth birth anniversary, RRR actor Ram Charan, his wife Upasana Konidela, and their daughter Klin Kaara visited Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi temple on Wednesday.

The famous couple was photographed in the temple with their daughter, where they had gone to receive blessings.

13-Drones Assist Gurugram Traffic Police In Enforcing This Month’s Rs 75 Lakh Fines On the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway, 

Gurugram Police have deployed drones fitted with cutting-edge optical cameras in a groundbreaking effort to reduce reckless driving and improve road safety.

Drones actively patrol the area to spot infractions and impose penalties.

14-US Polls: Colorado Prohibits Donald Trump From Seeking President

The Colorado Supreme Court decided on Tuesday that Donald Trump is ineligible to run in the state’s presidential primary due to his involvement in the Capitol attack in January 2021.

15- Indian Premier League 2024 Auction Highlights: See What Took Place In Dubai During The Auction

Mitchell Starc created history when he signed a massive Rs 24.75 crore contract with the Kolkata Knight Riders, making him the most expensive player in IPL history. Pat Cummins, his Australian teammate, signed a deal for Rs 20.50 crore, making him the first person to break the Rs 20 crore mark.

16-Indian Celebrities Who Made A Style Statement Abroad in 2023: Alia Bhatt to Deepika Padukone

It’s been a really good year for Indians establishing themselves abroad in 2023. Their sense of style was impeccable, and they had a polished, international vibe. With her legendary Met Gala debut in 2023, Alia Bhatt is winning hearts not only with her acting but also with her sense of style.

Conversely, Deepika Padukone created history when she was invited to the exclusive Academy Museum Gala as the first Indian celebrity. For the event, the actress looked stunning in a velvet blue outfit. As Indian celebrities dominated the fashion world, it’s time to examine some of their most striking looks abroad.

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