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The big news of 6 July 2023, Top 10 headlines 6 July 2023, Breaking news of 6 July 2023

Any attack on Indian High Commission totally unacceptable: UK Foreign Secretary

UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverley strongly condemned any direct attack on the Indian High Commission in London, calling it “totally unacceptable”.

A contingent from all three services of India leaves for France to participate in the Bastille Day Parade of France.

The Fourteenth of July is celebrated in France as ‘Fête Nationale Française’ or National Day. This day is also known as Bastille Day because the Bastille was stormed during the French Revolution of 1789. The anniversary of that attack is celebrated on this day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited as the guest of honour at the Bastille Day Parade to be held in France this year. This year’s parade will see a 269-member contingent of the three services of the Indian Armed Forces marching along with a contingent of the French tri-services. This contingent has left for France today.

Rahul Gandhi meets Sharad Pawar amid NCP crisis

Soon after Sharad Pawar addressed reporters after the National Executive meeting of the NCP, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi arrived at 6, Janpath, the official residence of the NCP veteran.

Congress appoints Kanhaiya Kumar as AICC in-charge of NSUI

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has appointed former JNU Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar as the AICC in-charge of the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) with immediate effect, according to a statement issued by Congress General Secretary Organization KC Venugopal.

Finance Minister Nirmala met Macron’s diplomatic advisor, discussed issues of mutual interest

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today met Emmanuel Bonne, Diplomatic Advisor to French President Emmanuel Macron. During this, they exchanged views on issues of mutual interest.

Gift to the employees of Chhattisgarh, DA increased by 5 per cent and the pension eligibility period also decreased

Before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Chhattisgarh, the state’s Bhupesh Baghel government tried to please the employees. The dearness allowance of state government employees has been increased by five per cent. At the same time, the prescribed age of pension eligibility has been reduced by three years.

Congress besieges the government for withdrawing tax exemption status from CPR

The Congress has criticized the government for removing the tax-exempt status from the Center for Policy Research (CPR), saying the BJP government is considering the think tank as a political threat.

Heavy rain in Delhi, the mercury dropped to 26 degrees

Scattered rain in most areas of Delhi this morning brought respite from the scorching heat as the temperature dropped to 26.5 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department said that it is one degree Celsius less than the average temperature of this season.

Pakistan: Case filed against Imran Khan for attack on GHQ

There was large-scale violence in Pakistan on 9 May. In the progress of the violence probe, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has been named in six cases, including attacks on the General Headquarters (GHQ), military installations and arson at a metro station.

Canada Open 2023: Sindhu, Lakshya reach second round

Indian badminton player P.V. Sindhu and Lakshya Sen advanced to the second round of the Canada Open 2023 BWF Super 500 event after winning their respective matches in Canada.

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