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The big news of 10 April 2023, Top 10 headlines 10 April 2023, Breaking news of 10 April 2023

President presents NIF’s 11th Biennial National Grassroots Innovation and Outstanding Traditional Knowledge Awards and inaugurates FINE-2023

The President, Smt. Draupadi Murmu presented the 11th Biennial National Grassroots Innovation and Traditional Knowledge Awards of NIF at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Center (RBCC) today. He also inaugurated the Festival of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (FINE)-2023 at Sports Ground near RBCC.

Vice President calls upon citizens to dedicate one hour each day to their own health for the welfare of the nation

Every citizen should devote one hour of the day to his/her own health, as healthy people are very important in ensuring the progress of the nation. This was stated by the Vice President Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar while inaugurating the Scientific Conference organized at Vigyan Bhawan on the occasion of World Homeopathy Day today.

NIA raids 9 places in CPI (Maoist) case, one arrested with arms

According to media reports, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided nine places in Lohardaga in connection with the CPI (Maoist) case and arrested a person with illegal weapons.

Charge frames against suspended Jharkhand IAS Pooja Singhal in money laundering case

According to media reports, the PMLA (Prevention of Money Laundering Act) court in Ranchi has framed charges against the suspended IAS Pooja Singhal of Jharkhand in the money laundering case on Monday. With this, the process of trial has started in the court. Pooja Singhal was present in the court during the hearing in this case. Although Singhal is currently out of jail on the basis of interim bail granted by the Supreme Court.

Amit Shah launches ‘Vibrant Village Programme’ on the China border in Arunachal

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday launched the ‘Vibrant Village Program’ (VVP) at Kibithu village in Arunachal Pradesh’s Anjaw district, which shares borders with China and Myanmar.

Tamil Nadu Governor approves bill to ban online gambling

Tamil Nadu Governor R.N. Ravi on Monday approved a bill to ban and regulate online gambling.

Supreme Court dismisses petition against the use of Remdesivir and Favipiravir in the treatment of Covid-19

According to media reports, the Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition alleging that two drugs Remdesivir and Favipiravir were being used without approval for the treatment of Covid-19. Also demanded a CBI inquiry against 10 Indian pharmaceutical companies for selling these drugs without a valid license.

JD(S) demands, the re-conduct of the exam for CRPF recruitment in the local language

The Janata Dal (S) on Monday sought a re-conduct of the Central Reserve Security Force (CRPF) recruitment exam, criticizing the authorities for not making provision for candidates to write in the local language.

Telangana: Governor approves three pending bills out of 10

Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan has cleared three bills while returning two other bills to the state government after the Telangana government approached the Supreme Court on pending bills.

Supreme Court dismisses petition challenging ‘Agneepath’

According to media reports, on Monday, the Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed against the Agneepath scheme. The scheme envisages the induction of youth in all three Armed Forces Divisions for a period of four years. The top court said the scheme was not arbitrary.

5,880 new Covid cases registered in India

The Union Health Ministry on Monday said that 5,880 new Covid cases have been reported in India in the last 24 hours on Monday.

Protesters throw Amul products on the road in Karnataka

Members of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike on Monday demonstrated by throwing Amul products on the road against the direct sale of milk by Amul in the state.

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