Today's ten big news. 28 August 2023 today's big news

Amalendu Upadhyaya
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It is reported that several VHP leaders, including Kulbhushan Bharadwaj and Abhishek Gaur, were placed under house arrest by the Gurugram police yesterday in view of the procession organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP).
Union Minister for Education and Skill Development Dharmendra Pradhan will launch an innovative comic book titled 'Let's Move Forward', jointly developed by NCERT and UNESCO.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephone conversation yesterday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who expressed his inability to attend the G20 Summit in New Delhi on September 9 and 10.
A Pakistani court has quashed an FIR against former Prime Minister Imran Khan alleging incitement to murder.
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Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Defense Aden Bear Dule arrived in New Delhi yesterday on a three-day visit to India. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will hold talks with his Kenyan counterpart Aden Bear Dule today. During his stay, Mr Dule is expected to visit Indian shipyards and defence industries in Goa and Bengaluru.
The 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)' - the national mission for financial inclusion - completed nine years of reportedly successful implementation yesterday. PMJDY was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Independence Day address on 15 August 2014. Launching the scheme on August 28, 2014, the Prime Minister described the occasion as a festival to celebrate the liberation of the poor from a vicious cycle.

Aditya L1, the first space-based Indian observatory to study the Sun, will be launched on September 2. In a tweet message, ISRO informed that it will be launched from Sriharikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh at 11.50 am. This satellite will be placed in a halo orbit around the Lagrange point L1 between the Sun and the Earth.

A technical glitch in Britain's air traffic control network has now claimed to have been fixed. Flights to and from the UK were affected due to the technical fault. Media reports suggested that several flights were delayed and many were cancelled. Britain's National Air Traffic Service - NATS has said that due to a technical problem, the ability of the automatic flight operation process is being affected.

Afghanistan's Taliban government has banned women from visiting Band-e-Amir National Park in Bamiyan province. Local media reports that Afghanistan's acting minister of morality, Mohammad Khalid Hanafi, has said that women are not wearing hijabs inside the park. He has asked the clerics and security agencies to prevent women from entering the park until a solution is found.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wanpin said at a regular press conference held in Beijing yesterday that starting tomorrow, August 30, there will be no need for pre-entry COVID-19 nucleic acid or antigen tests for people coming to China.

The China Internet Network Information Center released the 52nd "Statistical Report on Internet Development in China" yesterday. This report shows that by June 2023, the number of Internet users in China will reach 1.79 billion, which is 11.9 million more than in December 2022. The internet penetration rate across the country reached 76.4 per cent.

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