#Breaking: Top 10 news of this morning | 1 August 2023

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah can introduce the bill related to the rights and services of the Delhi Government in the Lok Sabha today – ‘Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill-2023’. The Bill has been included in the list of businesses to be taken up in the Lok Sabha on August 1. After the inclusion of the Bill related to the rights and services of the Government of Delhi – ‘National Capital Territory of Delhi Government (Amendment) Bill-2023’ in the business list of the Lok Sabha, it has become officially clear that the government facing no-confidence motion will first This bill is going to be introduced in the Lok Sabha.

Parliament has passed the Cinematograph Amendment Bill-2023. Lok Sabha approved it yesterday amid the uproar. It has already been passed in the Rajya Sabha. The bill has a provision for amendment in the Cinematograph Act-1952, under which the certificate issued by the Central Board of Film Certification was valid for ten years. Now this certificate will be considered good forever. The Bill also has a provision to add some additional categories of certificates on the basis of age. Films with “A” or “S” certificates will require a separate certificate for showing on TV or any other media the Central Government prescribes. The bill will ban unauthorized recording and exhibition of films.

Union minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Nirmala Sitharaman has criticized the opposition, saying it does not want to participate in the debate on the Manipur issue, amid the ongoing deadlock in both the Houses of Parliament. Speaking to the media outside Parliament yesterday, Smt. Sitharaman accused the Congress of doing nothing for Manipur while in power.

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has time for election rallies but is too busy when it comes to addressing the suffering of violence victims. This has affected Manipur and the Center appears to be “clumsy and rudderless” in handling the situation.

Navy Chief Admiral R. Hari Kumar is on a three-day official visit to the Sultanate of Oman from 31 Jul 2023 to 02 Aug 2023. The visit is aimed at consolidating the existing bilateral defence ties and holding high-level discussions with the military leadership of the Sultanate of Oman.

The date for receipt of applications under PLI Scheme 2.0 for IT Hardware has been extended up to August 30, 2023. The application portal of the above scheme has been made live and applicants can visit https://2.pliithw.com/login . You can register/apply at.

The G20 Empower Summit will begin today at the Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. Held on the theme “Women-led Development: Ensuring a Sustainable, Inclusive and Equitable Global Economic Growth”, representatives of G20 countries will attend the summit, besides a number of global experts, policymakers and stakeholders, invited guest countries and Participation of representatives of international organizations will be seen.

It is reported that the BJP, alarmed by the ‘India’ alliance of opposition parties, has decided as a strategy that the party will address the alliance by the name of ‘UPA’ and not ‘India’. According to media reports, after much discussion on the new name of the alliance of opposition parties, the BJP has decided that the party leaders will not refer to the opposition alliance as ‘India’ but at rallies, meetings, press conferences and even in media debates. Will address in the name of ‘UPA’ only.

A total of 56 new cases of dengue were reported in the national capital in the last week, according to a report released by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Monday.

The Manipur government asked people and organizations in the state to desist from spreading, publishing and generating fake news, lies, rumours or misinformation about the current situation, failing which strict action will be taken under the laws and it will be considered as sedition. According to media reports, the officials cited a government notification that spreading misinformation would be booked under sedition.

Breaking: Top 10 news of this morning | 1 August 2023

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