Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 29, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-July 29, 2022

1-Chennai hosts the first chess Olympiad in India.

The biggest chess event in history is taking place in India for the first time.

The 44th Olympiad in chess will be held in Chennai.

The tournament has arrived at the birthplace of chess, said PM Modi as he proclaimed it open.

The 44th Chess Olympiad was started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. For the first time ever, India is hosting the biggest chess tournament in the world.

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2-The Jubilee Hills Gang-R*pe Case Charge Sheet Is Filed By Police

The Jubilee Hills neighbourhood of Hyderabad was the scene of a gang r*pe that occurred two months ago, and the Hyderabad police have filed a chargesheet in that case.

Just before the chargesheets were submitted in juvenile court and the special court for POCSO cases, five adolescents accused of se*ual assault were granted bail.

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3-Mamata Banerjee dismisses the arrested leader as a minister and suspends him from the party

Five days after his detention for suspected corruption in the hiring of teachers, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today removed Partha Chatterjee from his position as a minister and from all party offices inside the Trinamool Congress.

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4-Mahua Moitra of Trinamool and other BJP lawmakers heckled Sonia Gandhi in a pack-wolf fashion

Mahua Moitra of the Trinamool Congress asserted that the BJP was disseminating false information on the subject as she escorted Congress leader Sonia Gandhi away on Thursday following their contentious exchange with Union Minister Smriti Irani.

She claimed that the BJP members heckled her “like a pack of wolves” as she was speaking to (BJP MP) Rama Devi.

5 Ministers continue to make courtesy calls as Amit Shah and Smriti Irani meet President Murmu

Among the Union Ministers who made President Droupadi Murmu courtesy calls at the Rashtrapati Bhavan today were Amit Shah and Smriti Irani.

While Smriti Irani was joined by Ministers of State from two of the Cabinet Ministries she oversees, Women and Child Development and Minority Affairs, Home Minister Amit Shah was seen meeting the President by himself.

6-A new poll indicates that Rishi Sunak is the favourite for the position of prime minister in the UK.

According to a recent poll, swing voters choose the former British chancellor Rishi Sunak to succeed Boris Johnson as prime minister of the United Kingdom.

While Sunak is more popular with swing voters than his challenger, both are disliked with the general public, according to a British Internet-based research business.

Additionally, it claims that among those who voted for the Tories in 2019 but claim they are unsure of their vote in future elections, Sunak leads Liz Truss by four points.

7-The first MH-60R “Romeo” helicopters for the Indian Navy arrive in that country equipped with Hellfire missiles

In order to improve its overall combat capabilities, the Indian Navy on Thursday received two of the 24 MH-60R “Romeo” multi-mission helicopters from the US.

Hellfire missiles and deadly rocket systems would be mounted on each of the 24 all-weather helicopters, according to PTI.

Two helicopters were transported to the Cochin airport, according to Indian Navy authorities, and a third is expected there next month.

In 2021, the US received the first three MH 60R “Romeo” helicopters, which are now being used to educate the crew of the Indian Navy.

8-Amid US-China tensions over Taiwan, Xi advised Biden in a phone call, “Don’t play with fire.”

On Thursday, US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping had a “candid” phone call despite the ongoing tense situation regarding Taiwan.

Biden was cautioned by Xi not to “play with fire” about the Taiwan situation, according to Chinese state media.

Additionally, the Chinese President informed Biden that Beijing vehemently rejects Taiwanese independence and outside meddling.

Biden assured Xi, according to the White House statement, that US policy toward Taiwan has not changed.

9-India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant, is handed over to the Navy under a threat from China.

Prior to its expected entry into service next month, the Cochin Shipyard Ltd. on Thursday handed over Vikrant, the largest warship ever built domestically, to the Indian Navy, capping off a protracted process that started with the vessel’s construction in 2009.

10-‘Proved them wrong’: Manisha Ropeta becomes Pakistan’s first Hindu senior police officer

Manisha Ropeta, 26, is turning heads in Pakistan, a country dominated by men.

Manish Ropeta has been appointed as the first woman from Pakistan’s minority Hindu community to hold the position of Deputy Superintendent of Police.

She is presently undergoing training and will be sent to the criminally active region of Lyari in the province of Sindh.

Manisha stated, “Since we were little, my sisters and I have witnessed the same old patriarchal system where girls are informed that the only professions they can pursue after completing their education are those of teaching or medicine.”

11-Golden doors and more: Khashoggi’s relatives built the “most costly” mansion ever built by a Saudi prince in Paris.

During his official visit to Paris, where he visited French President Emmanuel Macron, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman lodged at the “world’s most costly residence.”

The Saudi crown prince paid $300 million for the Chateau Louis XIV, which Fortune magazine had branded the “world’s most expensive residence,” in 2015.

12-Rishi Sunak’s candid statement in the race to become UK PM: “I’m lagging behind Liz Truss”

Rishi Sunak, a British candidate for the UK PM position of Indian descent, squared off against Liz Truss in the most recent round of public contests.

Rishi Sunak acknowledged he was the underdog in the campaign to become the next leader of the Conservative Party but promised to battle for every vote during the first round of questioning in front of Tory MPs.

The former Chancellor of the Exchequer acknowledged that not everyone agreed with his promise to delay lowering personal taxes until inflation is under control.

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