Latest News, Breaking News, National News and International News-July 27, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, National News and International News-July 27, 2022

1-The Tory leadership discussion was halted because a presenter fainted out in the studio.

Presenter Kate McCann fainted during the live broadcast of tonight’s Conservative Party leadership discussion between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak.

After hearing a tremendous crash, Ms. Truss put her hands over her face and said, “Oh my God,” and the competition was then yanked off the air.

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2-Soon, a Union Minister claims, India would offer 5G services.

On Tuesday, Ashwini Vaishnaw, the minister of information technology, stated that four rounds of the 5G auction had already been completed and that a total of approximately Rs 1,45,000 crores in revenue had been anticipated.

“We have to finish this procedure by August 14 and 5G service will launch throughout the nation between September and October,” Mr. Vaishnaw continued.

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3-Boris Johnson, the prime minister of the UK, throws a grenade alongside Ukrainian forces as they drill in Britain

Boris Johnson, the outgoing prime minister of the United Kingdom, handled weapons, chatted with the soldiers, and threw a grenade.

At a British training camp, he took part in military exercises for the Ukrainian army.

The UK PM was observed handling guns and throwing a grenade while dressed in military gear.

Boris travelled to North Yorkshire, where Ukrainian soldiers are receiving military training from UK army officials.

4- In the second TV discussion, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss square off.

On TalkTV’s second televised debate, the two contenders vying to become the next prime minister square off once more.

The debate got off to a dramatic start as the opponents sparred over tax cuts and funding for the NHS before the programme was cancelled due to host Kate McCann passing out live on camera.

5-Made-in-India bulletproof jackets, carbines, and drones for Indian army The Modi administration authorises the purchases

India has approved weapon purchases worth 28,732 crore, including armed drone swarms, carbines, and bullet-proof jackets that will be designed and developed in the country, the Union ministry of defence said on Tuesday.

This is a significant step toward Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s goal of self-reliance in the defence manufacturing sector.

6-Chennai’s preparations for the 44th Chess Olympiad.

The 44th FIDE Chess Olympiad will soon be played at venues hosted by the All-India Chess Federation and the Tamil Nadu government.

This occasion will take place in Mamallapuram, close to Chennai, and last from July 28 to August 10.

In order to generate more excitement for the event, the event mascot, Thambi, the knight in white veshti, has been put in prominent tourist hotspots.

7-SpiceJet ordered to operate 50% flights for 8 weeks after multiple snags

The aviation authority, the DGCA, ordered SpiceJet to operate only half of its flights for eight weeks on Wednesday.

The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued an order limiting SpiceJet’s number of departures to 50% of the departures authorised under the Summer schedule 2022 for a period of eight weeks in order to ensure a safe and reliable air transportation service.

Based on the results of many spot checks, audits, and the company’s response to the show cause notice, this restriction was put in place.

The ruling stated that it was found that there were insufficient internal safety control and maintenance efforts, which had a detrimental effect on the safety margins, after evaluating the recorded events from April 1 to July 5.

For these eight weeks, the DGCA would be observing the airline more closely.

8- SC upholds power of enforcement directorate to arrest under PMLA

Today, the Supreme Court upheld the ED’s authority to conduct investigations, make arrests, and seize property during a hearing on petitions questioning the legality of certain PMLA provisions.

Because investigation agencies like the ED, Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO), and Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) are not law enforcement, the bench determined that statements made to them throughout the course of their investigations constitute admissible evidence.

“ED personnel are not police officers, according to CrPC.” The bench ruled that declarations made in front of ED employees might be used as evidence.

The Act, however, has been defended by the government on the grounds that it is a unique act with unique procedures and protections.

9- Zimbabwe launches gold coin project to tackle inflation

Zimbabwe has developed a creative solution to combat inflation.


The government has authorised the sale of gold coins by the central bank.


The initial 2,000 coins were struck overseas, but later on, local production would take over.

10-Largest Underwater Portrait Of Kargil War Hero Captain Vikram Batra | Image Of The Day

Kargil Vijay Diwas: In honour of Tuesday’s Kargil Vijay Diwas, Pangode Military Station in Thiruvananthapuram,

Kerala, sponsored a performance by artist “Da Vinci” Suresh by mounting an underwater image of the late Captain Vikram Batra, Param Vir Chakra.

Watch the Image of the Day special on India Today.

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