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BJP’s allegation, Rahul increased tension by going to Manipur

The BJP alleged that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s visit to violence-hit Manipur escalated the tension there and the administration was forced to use tear gas shells to control the situation.

Congress questions the government, why is Rahul being prevented from healing the wounds of the people of Manipur?

Terming it as “unfortunate” after former Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s convoy was stopped from going towards Churachandpur in Manipur, the Congress said his visit is in line with the spirit of Bharat Jodo Yatra. It also asked why ‘their efforts to listen to all sections and heal their grievances were being obstructed’.

PM scared of opposition meeting in Patna: Stalin

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scared of the meeting of opposition parties in Patna to chalk out a joint strategy ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Congress attacks AAP for supporting Uniform Civil Code

Attacking the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over its announcement of support for the Uniform Civil Code, the Congress has said it is surprised at the speed with which the AAP has taken a decision on the matter.

Tomatoes start selling at Rs 60 per kg at government shops in Tamil Nadu

To provide relief to the common people from skyrocketing tomato prices, the Stalin government has started selling tomatoes at Rs 60 per kg at ‘Pannai Pasumai’ (ie green farm) outlets of Tamil Nadu Urban Cooperative Societies.

Col Lamba completes Iron Man Triathlon “Asia Pacific Championship”

51-year-old Indian serving Colonel Jangveer Lamba participated in and completed the Iron Man Triathlon “Asia Pacific”. The Championships were held in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

7 killed, 14 injured after chariot touches overhead live wire in Tripura

According to media reports, at least seven people, including two children, were killed and 14 others were seriously injured when the upper part of an iron chariot came in contact with a high-tension wire in Tripura’s Kumarghat area on Wednesday. .

2nd meeting of the India-Tanzania Joint Defense Cooperation Committee held in Arusha

The second edition of the Joint Defense Cooperation Committee (JDCC) meeting between India and Tanzania was held on June 28 and 29, 2023 in Arusha. The Indian delegation, led by Joint Secretary Amitabh Prasad, included senior officials from the Ministry of Defense and the Armed Forces. In this meeting, India’s High Commissioner to Tanzania Binay S. The head also took part.

‘Statistics Day’ to be observed on June 29, 2023

This year the main program of Statistics Day 2023 was organized at SCOPE Convention Center, SCOPE Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Chief Guest Rao Inderjit Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation (MOSPI), Ministry of Planning and Ministry of Corporate Affairs inaugurated the event and addressed the gathering on the occasion.

CPI (ML) condemns the murderous attack on Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Ravan

The CPI(ML) strongly condemns the murderous attack on Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Ravan in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The party has said that the perpetrators of the incident should be immediately arrested and a high-level inquiry should be conducted into the matter.

US suffocates from smoke from Canadian wildfires

More than 80 million Americans have suffered from poor air quality as smoke from Canadian wildfires spread across a dozen states from the Great Lakes to the mid-Atlantic. Climate change from burning fossil fuels is causing wildfire seasons to become more frequent, longer-lasting and more intense.

Protests in France after police kill teen

Protests rocked Paris overnight after a teenager was shot dead by police during a traffic stop. At least 31 people were arrested during the heated clashes with the police. Anticipating riots and violence on Wednesday, authorities sent 2,000 officers to Paris and other major cities.

Big blow to Rishi Sunak

Britain’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is illegal, London’s Court of Appeal has ruled, in a major blow to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. The UK government plans to send thousands of asylum seekers to the East African country more than 4,000 miles away.

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