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Calcutta High Court orders CBI inquiry against BDO

The Calcutta High Court has ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate against a Block Development Officer (BDO). The BDO has been accused of tampering with the nomination papers of two candidates in the upcoming panchayat elections in West Bengal.

Monsoon arrived in Jharkhand, along with it started raining deaths

Monsoon entered Jharkhand on June 19 and with it, the process of lightning started falling from the sky. According to media reports, 20 people have lost their lives in more than one and a half dozen incidents of lightning in the last three days, while the number of injured is more than 50.

The Karnataka government will take action against those spreading fake news

To combat fake news, the Karnataka government has decided to create a separate cyber wing in every police station. Apart from this, the state government will also hold a meeting with the representatives of Facebook, Twitter, Google and other social media platforms.

Terrorism divides, tourism unites: PM Modi

Virtually addressing the G20 Tourism Ministers’ meeting in Goa, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that terrorism divides, but tourism unites. It has the potential to unite people from all walks of life, thereby creating a harmonious society.

Eight injured as part of under-construction flyover collapses in Hyderabad

At least eight laborers were injured when a portion of the ramp of an under-construction flyover collapsed in Hyderabad early today. The condition of one of the injured is said to be serious.

Record 220 per cent more rain due to the ‘Biparjoy’ cyclone in Rajasthan

A record of rain has been created in Rajasthan due to the Biparjoy cyclone. According to meteorological department officials, Rajasthan received 92.09 mm of rain against the average of 28.74 mm, which is more than 220 per cent, due to the Biparjoy cyclone.

Congress calls Modi government ‘anti-poor’ for not giving rice to Karnataka

Attacking the Center for not giving the rice stocked by the Food Corporation of India (FCI) to Karnataka, Congress termed it as anti-poor. The Congress said that the BJP government is doing vendetta politics.

Yoga is not for one day, it is for every day: Vice President

Addressing yoga practitioners in Jabalpur on the occasion of International Yoga Day today, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar said that yoga enables and strengthens the unity of mind, body and soul. In this context, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s statement was underlined that “Yoga is health insurance with zero budget.”

UNDP partners with DAY-NULM to empower women entrepreneurs

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM) have entered into a collaborative partnership with an aim to empower women to make informed career choices in the field of entrepreneurship.

Senior Women’s Football National: Railways beat Manipur, Bengal, and Haryana full points

In the final round of the Women’s Senior National Football Championship, Indian Railways defeated defending champions Manipur by a solitary goal, while West Bengal beat Maharashtra and Haryana overcame Himachal Pradesh in crucial matches.

Indian tennis teams announced for Asian Games

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) has announced the Indian men’s and women’s teams for the Asian Games to be held in Hangzhou, China.

Somali army kills 13 al-Shabaab terrorists

The Somali National Army (SNA) killed 13 al-Shabaab terrorists and wounded several more during an operation in the Lower Juba region of southern Somalia.

UN provides $20 million for immediate food aid in Nigeria

The United Nations has allocated $20 million for an urgent food security and nutrition campaign for hunger-stricken northeast Nigeria.

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