Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 13, 2022
1- 2-Fighter Plane Collision Captured On Camera During US Airshow, 6 Dead Or Missing
A Boeing B-17 bomber and a smaller jet collided in midair during an air show on Saturday at Texas’ Dallas Executive Airport, causing both to crash to the ground and catch fire.
According to accounts, six crew members are believed to have perished in the crash.
2 Watch: Rajiv Gandhi Case Convict Nalini Sriharan Leaves Jail After 31 Years
Five of the six remaining life-term prisoners in the 1991 Rajiv Gandhi assassination case — Nalini Sriharan, her husband Murugan, and Santhan, Robert Payas, and Jayakumar — were formally released from Tamil Nadu jails on Saturday night, one day after the Supreme Court ordered their release after serving 31 years in prison. Additionally, RP Ravichandran, a prisoner, was soon to be released.
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3-Harbhajan Singh Poses With Fans At The Airport In Mumbai
At the Mumbai airport, Harbhajan Singh was photographed. Singh chose to dress casually. His face was hidden by a facemask. In order to please his admirers, the former cricketer posed with them.
4-Before the T20 World Cup final versus Pakistan, Rishi Sunak wishes Team England, “With you all the way.”
Rishi Sunak sent his best wishes to Team England before their T20 World Cup match against Pakistan. A greeting from Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to Team England reads, “We’re behind you all the way.” I’ll be supporting you, along with every other cricket fan in the UK, Sunak continued.
India and New Zealand were defeated, while England and Pakistan advanced to the T20 World Cup final.
5 Keep in mind the special moments during PM Modi’s trip to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
During his visits to Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, Begumpet, and Ramagundam in Telangana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in a number of programmes, which are highlighted in the video.
6-Ben Stokes impresses as England thrash Pakistan with the bat to win the T20 World Cup | Highlights
At the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, England defeated Pakistan by five wickets to win the second Twenty20 World Cup. Ben Stokes maintained his composure with an unbeaten half-century.
Thirty years after Pakistan defeated England in the 50-over World Cup final at the MCG, England defeated the south Asians with outstanding death bowling and with Stokes scoring 52 unbeaten as England chased down 138 runs for victory.
7-India trends “Karma” following Shami’s spectacular jab at Pakistan and Shoaib Akhtar on their T20 World Cup loss.
Mohammed Shami’s reply to Shoaib Akhtar’s tweet went viral shortly after Pakistan lost to England in the 2022 T20 World Cup final. Shoaib shared an emoji of a crushed heart to represent his feelings following the tragedy.
8-Biden mocked for honouring Columbia during the ASEAN Summit rather than Cambodia | “Out Of Control!”
Again, Joe Biden has succeeded! As he opened the ASEAN Summit on Saturday, the U.S. President received harsh trolling for mixing up Columbia and Cambodia.
As he met with his ASEAN counterparts in Phnom Penh, Biden stated, “Now that we’re back together here in Cambodia, I look forward to creating even stronger progress than we’ve already made.
I want to thank the Prime Minister of Colombia for his leadership as ASEAN chair and for hosting all of us.
With his most recent error, many internet users observed that Biden was “out of control.”
9-Udaipur Railway Track Explosion, Detonator Used; Terror Angle Investigated | Key Details
Earlier morning, there was an explosion on the railroad rails between Udaipur and Ahmedabad. Hours before the Asarwa-Udaipur express train was scheduled to pass, it happened close to Kewda ki Naal under the Jawar Mines Police Station in Udaipur.
Police are currently looking into all possibilities, including sabotage, and the restoration of the rails has begun.
10- In Punjab’s Significant Crackdown On Gun Culture, Flaunting Arms Are Banned
The Punjab administration has tightened gun laws and cracked down on the state’s infamous gun culture. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann set stringent guidelines for gun ownership and display, including a prohibition on both online and offline public display of guns. Songs that glorify violence or firearms will likewise be severely forbidden.