Latest News, Breaking News, National News and International News-July 26, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, National News and International News-July 26, 2022

1- President Droupadi Murmu is “saluted” by Anand Mahindra, who describes her as having “amazing courage.”

Anand Mahindra, a successful businessman who is recognised for his smart tweets, shared his Monday motivation on Twitter.

The 67-year-old industrialist claimed that anyone in search of inspiration need only turn in one direction since President Droupadi Murmu’s admirable fortitude and dedication to duty are clear examples.

On Monday, Murmu took the oath of office as India’s first-ever tribal leader.

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2- What exactly is the “tomato fever” that has India’s citizens concerned?

A rare viral illness known as “tomato fever” or “tomato flu” results in red rashes all over the body.

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3-A cement-laden truck crashes into a toll booth, and a woman risks her life to save a worker | Trending video

In Dehradun, a woman intervened to prevent a toll booth employee from being run over by a speeding truck.

A truck crashed in the dramatic footage after attempting to avoid hitting a car that was stopped at the toll gate.

Instinctively, the woman sprinted for the booth to save the worker.

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4-Case of the National Herald: Increased Security Outside Sonia Gandhi’s Home Amid Two Rounds of ED Grilling

Before party president Sonia Gandhi appears before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) once more in the National Herald case, the Congress is preparing a “Sansad to Sadak” rally.

On Tuesday morning, the entire Congress Lok Sabha will convene at the party office at Parliament House.

The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Congress members would then demonstrate in front of the Gandhi statue in Parliament House.

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5 Lifeguard drone prevents drowning of youngster

A 14-year-old kid was saved from drowning thanks to a cutting-edge lifeguard drone.

Before the drone saved him, the child was seen battling a powerful current.

6-Construction on the Chennai Metro Rail leads to traffic jams and perplexing detours

Road commuters are having problems due to development on the Phase 2 of the Chennai metro project.

Traffic jams, serpentine columns of cars, and irate commuters are now regular sights on city streets.

Traveling on these roads is a nightmare for locals during rush hour since traffic moves so slowly.

7-Rishi vs. Liz: The Leadership Debate’s Most Important Moments

After being named the top two contenders for the Tory leadership, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss squared off in their first debate.

After gaining the backing of their fellow lawmakers, the Conservative Party membership is who they must win over if they want to reach Downing Street.

In a heated conversation facilitated by the BBC, the two sparred about the economy, China, and Boris Johnson.

8-Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are tied in a recent survey for the position of conservative leader.

Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are essentially even in the poll results from 1,000 ordinary voters who watched the Conservative leadership discussion, according to pollster Opinium.

9- The Kargil Vijay Day India celebrate the 23rd anniversary of its victory over Pakistan in 2022.

Every year on July 26th, Kargil Vijay Divas is observed to honour India’s victory over Pakistan in the Kargil War in 1999.

10- Olympic medalist Lovlina Borgohain, who placed tenth overall, claims “mental harassment” ahead of the Commonwealth Games.

Days before the quadrennial competition is scheduled to begin in Birmingham, India’s Lovlina Borgohain, a boxer who won the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics, has made some severe accusations that amount to mental harassment.

Lovlina claims that the removal of her instructors, who helped her win a historic medal in Tokyo, has had a continual negative impact on her preparations for the competition.

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