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India’s growth will remain incomplete without the growth & contribution of ‘Ashta Laxmis’ – Vice President

The Vice President, Jagdeep Dhankhar today said that education is the most effective and transformative mechanism to bring about equity, equality and progress in the society. “Nothing can change societal conditions more than people getting educated,” he underlined. Addressing the 21st convocation of Dibrugarh University in Assam today, the Vice President urged the students to be “agents of change” and work to bring about positive changes in society. “You are makers and warriors of Bharat in 2047 when the nation will celebrate the centenary of its independence,” he told them.

President Draupadi Murmu to visit her village, Similipal Tiger Reserve in Odisha

President Draupadi Murmu will visit her home district Mayurbhanj in Odisha on Thursday for the first time after assuming office.

Rahul Gandhi will have to appear in Ranchi court in case of comment on Modi’s surname

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will now have to appear in the Ranchi court in the case related to his remarks on people with the Modi surname. It has been told in the media reports that the special MP-MLA court of Ranchi has rejected the application for exemption from personal appearance filed by Rahul Gandhi.

Heavy rains cause waterlogging, and traffic jams in Delhi

Unseasonal heavy rain and hailstorm lashed the national capital Delhi today leading to water-logging and traffic jams in many areas.

Navy Chief Admiral R. Hari Kumar’s visit to Singapore

Indian Navy Chief Admiral R. Hari Kumar is on an official visit to Singapore from 2 to 4 May 2023. Meanwhile, the first ASEAN India Maritime Exercise (AIME) 2023 began at Singapore’s Naval Base ‘Changi’. According to the Indian Defense Ministry, the sea phase of this exercise will be conducted in the South China Sea from May 7 to 8.

Crane tramples bike riders in Indore, 4 killed

Despite the entry of heavy vehicles being restricted after an evening in Indore, a crane created an uproar in the Banganga police station area on Tuesday late evening and took two bike riders in its grip. It has been told in media reports that four people died in this accident. The police have arrested the driver of the crane.

Preparations complete for the first phase of civic elections in Uttar Pradesh

All preparations have been completed for the first phase of urban body elections in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday amid tight security arrangements.

Supreme Court rejects Balwant Singh Rajoana’s demand for the remission of death sentence

The Supreme Court today rejected Balwant Singh Rajoana’s plea to commute his death sentence on the ground that the Center failed to decide his mercy petition for a long period, media reports said. The apex court has asked the Center to consider the mercy petition and take a decision.

Vinesh Phogat’s allegation, Anurag Thakur tried to hush up the matter

Wrestler Vinesh Phogat, who is protesting against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar, has alleged that instead of taking concrete action, Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur tried to hush up the matter by setting up an oversight panel.

Chess: Vantika Agarwal reaches the number three ranking in India

Rising Indian chess player Vantika Agarwal has taken a leap in her career to reach number three in the women’s category in India with 2428 rating points.

Unadkat ruled out of IPL due to a left shoulder injury

Lucknow Super Giants fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat has been ruled out of IPL 2023 due to a left shoulder injury. He suffered this injury during the nets on Sunday.

9 killed, 7 injured in Serbian school shooting

A 14-year-old boy allegedly opened fire at an elementary school in Serbia on Wednesday, killing nine people and injuring seven others.

Over 6,000 people have entered Ethiopia from violence-hit Sudan

More than 6,000 people have entered Ethiopia from violent fighting in neighbouring Sudan.

Prices skyrocket in Sudan, medical supplies also short: UN

Commodity prices have skyrocketed due to violent clashes between the army and paramilitary forces in Sudan. At the same time, medical supplies are also running low and millions of people are being forced to leave their homes. The United Nations gave this information.

PM Modi got stuck by hitting back at Congress

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