Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 21, 2023
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1. Security Breach at the Lok Sabha: CISF will assume control of Parliament complex security
After the terrifying security breach at the Parliament building last week, the government has promised a substantial revamp of security protocols. The Delhi Police will no longer play the vital job of guarding access to the Parliament; instead, the Central Industrial Security Force, or CISF, will take over.
2. Sarayu Ghat Evening Aarti in Ayodhya | Discover the Men Behind Time – Celebrated Aarti Custom
The Namami Sarayu Seva Trust’s beloved evening aarti, held at the Naya Ghat along the Sarayu River, comes to life as the sun sets in Ayodhya. Priests and disciples welcome individuals of all backgrounds as they perform the sacred rite every day at six o’clock. This ten-year tradition invites guests to experience the spiritual core of Ayodhya’s past while simultaneously preserving Hindu culture and acting as a cultural bridge. This ground report from Ayodhya is brought to you by Pankaj Mishra, Imran Shah, and Harsh Kandpal of Oneindia.
3. JN.1 Covid Variant: Kerala Covid: India’s active Covid caseload rises to 2,669 cases
According to data from the Union Health Ministry, India reported 358 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, including six deaths in the previous day. Kerala has reported 300 new cases out of 358.
Karnataka(13), Tamil Nadu(12), Maharashtra(10), Gujarat(11), and Telangana (5) come next.
In Kerala, there are currently more than 2000 active cases, nevertheless. The number of COVID-19-related deaths has increased to 533,327, according to the statistics that was made public.
4. Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister of Pakistan, says, “We’re Earthbound Despite Moon Milestones Nearby.”
Watch as Nawaz Sharif highlights the need for growth while praising India’s space capabilities. Join the discussion about space exploration and regional developments!
5. The Indian government forbids children under four from using common cold and flu syrups.
The use of combination anticold medications in children under four years old is prohibited by the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) due to the regrettable deaths of at least 141 children worldwide associated with cough syrups.
In addition, the DCGI has urged all states to update the package inserts for goods containing a combination of phenylephrine and chlorpheniramine maleate and has demanded correct labeling for medications.
The regulatory board has asked pharmaceutical businesses, such as IPCA Laboratories’ Solvin Cold Syrup, Glenmark’s Ascoril Flu Syrup, and GlaxoSmithKline’s T-Minic Oral Drops, to place a ‘warning’ on their goods.
6. Kim Jong Un of North Korea threatens a “nuclear attack” if nuclear provocation occurs.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said, according to reports from state media on Thursday, that Pyongyang would not think twice to launch a nuclear attack in retaliation for an adversary using nuclear weapons. According to the KCNA news agency, Kim made the comment while meeting with soldiers from the military’s missile office. During their discussion, they talked about the recent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch rehearsal.
7- Winter Session of the Parliament: 146 opposition MPs have now been suspended from the Lok Sabha, up from three more.
On Thursday, the Lok Sabha suspended three Congress MPs, Deepak Baij, Nakul Nath, and DK Suresh. This brings the total number of suspended Opposition MPs from Parliament to 146.
8-WFI Election: Sanjay Singh defeats Anita Sheoran to become the new WFI president, replacing Brij Bhushan.
Sanjay Kumar is a supporter of the departing president, Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is being accused of sexual harassment. He will compete against Anita Sheoran, a former gold medallist in grappling from the Commonwealth Games, who is supported by the wrestlers who staged a sit-in protest and demanded that Brij Bhushan stop harassing them.
9- New Telecom Bill: Sim spoofing and impersonation carries a fine of Rs 50 lakh and a maximum three-year jail sentence.
On Wednesday, the Lok Sabha passed a law that gives the government the authority to temporarily seize control of telecom services for reasons of national security and establishes a non-auction method for allocating satellite airwaves.
After a brief debate, the Telecommunications Bill, 2023 was approved by voice vote and gives the Center the authority to seize control of a telecom network in the event of a public emergency or to protect public safety.
10-7 stocks that tripled the value of investors’ investments in three years
The Indian stock markets saw tremendous growth and market rallies in 2023, as they reached an all-time high. The Indian stock index, Sensex, saw an annual increase of 17%. A few stocks that turned into multi-baggers throughout the course of the year were examined by ET Markets.
Every stock examined in the research had a market value exceeding Rs 5,000 crore.
The study shows that over this time, 119 stocks produced returns greater than 100%.
Nevertheless, an extra filter was used to find equities with consistent growth, choosing only those that doubled investors’ wealth over the previous three calendar years and turned into multi-baggers in the current year. Seven stocks that met the criteria were found by the study.
11-DA case: TN Minister K Ponmudyo receives a 3 year term of simple imprisonment from the Madras HC
In a Disproportionate Assets (DA) case, Tamil Nadu Education Minister K Ponmudy was convicted to three years of simple jail by the Madras High Court on Thursday.
The Education Minister was punished by Madras High Court Judge G Jayachandran, who also fined Ponmudy and his spouse Rs 50 lakh apiece.
However, because Ponmudy is currently the Higher Education Minister, the judge delayed his punishment for a period of thirty days.
12-On Jan 22, Ayodhya will inaugurate the Ram Temple, and 4.5 million tourists are expected.
Leading opposition figures have received invitations to the Ram Temple’s consecration ceremony, which is set for January 22 in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.
The newly constructed Ram Temple will be inaugurated next month, and senior Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, Mallikarjun Kharge, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, and JD(S) supremo Devegowda have all received invitations from the Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra, according to Working President Alok Kumar of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP).
13-A Cat From Deep Space Is Messageing You. This isn’t just your typical cat video.
Taters the cat, who is in the video, is 31 million kilometers away.
NASA has used a laser to transmit a video live from deep space for the first time.
14- Review of Dunki: Main Attraction Is SRK, Subject Is Good
Prashant Sisodia of NDTV witnessed the premiere of Shah Rukh Khan’s latest film, Dunki, on its first day. Dunki, like every film made by Raju Hirani, is a lighthearted societal commentary.
But unlike his earlier movies, this script isn’t really deep.
While SRK is undoubtedly the star of the show, Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, Anil Grover, and the others also give excellent performances.
15. Bodhana Sivanandan, an 8-yearold British Indian schoolgirl, was named the best chess prodigy in Europe.
After winning a European championship and being dubbed the “super talented” greatest female player, an 8-year-old British Indian schoolgirl has created chess history.
After being on a winning streak since taking up the game during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, Bodhana Sivanandan, a resident of Harrow, in northwest London, emerged victorious at the European Blitz Chess Championship in Zagreb, Croatia, over the weekend.