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The big news of 15 April 2023, Top 10 headlines 15 April 2023, Breaking news of 15 April 2023

“Mission Life” is about democratizing the fight against climate change

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the World Bank’s program ‘Making it Personal: How Behavioral Change Can Tackle Climate Change’ through a video message. The Prime Minister acknowledged his personal association with the cause and expressed happiness that it is becoming a global movement.

MHA approves the conduct of the CAPF constable exam in 13 regional languages

In order to encourage the participation of local youth in the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), the Ministry of Home Affairs has approved the conduct of the Constable (General Duty) examinations for CAPFs in 13 regional languages, apart from Hindi and English.

40 lakh farmers of Jharkhand will get weather alerts thrice daily, rain gauge machines will be installed in all panchayats

There is good news for 40 lakh farmers of Jharkhand. They will soon get accurate weather information through alerts, which will help them in agricultural work. They will be informed about the weather thrice a day through the Common Service Centre.

The Delhi government called a special session of the assembly on April 17.

A day after being summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the liquor policy scam, the Delhi government announced a special session of the assembly on April 17.

Chance of rain and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir from Sunday

In a statement of the Meteorological Department on Saturday, it was said that there is a possibility of intermittent light rain in Jammu and Kashmir between April 16 and 20.

Indefinite curfew, internet service and shut down for two days in Odisha’s Sambalpur

Amid fresh violence in Odisha’s Sambalpur city, the district administration has imposed an indefinite curfew. Internet service has also been suspended for two more days.

Rahul Gandhi will address a rally in Kolar, Karnataka on Sunday

In poll-bound Karnataka, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to address a rally in Kolar on Sunday where he was held guilty of criminal defamation for his Modi surname remark.

27 deaths due to corona in 24 hours in India, the highest in a day in six months

In the last 24 hours, 27 people died of COVID-19 in India, the highest number of deaths in a single day in six months, according to the data released by the Union Health Ministry on Saturday. The last time the maximum number of 20 deaths occurred in a day was on October 15, 2022. The death toll in the country has now increased to 5,31,091.

India is all set to lead diabetes research in the world

Union Minister of State for Science & Technology (Independent Charge), Earth Sciences (Independent Charge), Prime Minister’s Office, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr Jitendra Singh said that in times to come, India will lead the world in diabetes research. All set for.

Inaugurating the three-day World Diabetes Convention organized by the prestigious professional organization “Diabetes India” here today, Dr Jitendra Singh said that India has a vast pool of patients with different stages of the disease, but at the same time, our researchers There is also no dearth of ability, capability and skill.

Tamil Nadu Police Bans baton-wielding during RSS rally

The Tamil Nadu Police had earlier given permission to the RSS to take out route marches at 45 places in the state on Sunday. Media reports say that the police have said that the workers should not use sticks during the rally.

All conditions are met, IMF has no excuse now

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has insisted that the country has met all the conditions set by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and now the lender has no excuse to delay the staff-level agreement.

Several Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank

Dozens of Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli troops in several West Bank towns and villages.

Taliban bans video games, music and foreign films

The Taliban-led Afghan government has banned video games, foreign films and music in the western city of Herat. This information has been given in the media report.

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