#Breaking: Top 10 news of this morning | 4 August 2023

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The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has said that the solutions to deal with the increasing heat and heat wave conditions around the world are found in nature, and to prevent future high-temperature deaths, urban administrations should look for natural solutions. Should start investing in In recent weeks, temperatures have risen around the world. The scorching heat wave is going on in many countries, from the United States of America to China. In places like Rome’s Colosseum, the mercury soared to a record 40 degrees Celsius, leaving tourists sweltering in the heat. The temperature in Marrakesh reached a shocking level of 46.8 degrees Celsius.

The Supreme Court will hear today the petition of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi in the ‘Modi surname’ defamation case. In this case, he has challenged the Gujarat High Court’s refusal to suspend his sentence in the Supreme Court.

Amrit Udyan under Udyan Utsav-II will be open to the public for one month (except Mondays) from 16th August, 2023. It will be open exclusively for teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on 5th September. The objective of Udyan Utsav-II is to showcase summer annual flowers to visitors.

Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah replied to the discussion on the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2023 in the Lok Sabha yesterday. Lok Sabha passed the bill. Responding to the discussion on the bill, Amit Shah said that the opposition is not concerned about democracy, country and people, but the entire opposition has gathered to save its alliance and today the whole of India is seeing this dual character of the opposition.

Rajya Sabha passed the Offshore Area Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2023 yesterday. The bill aims to amend the Offshore Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act 2002 (OAMDR Act). The Lok Sabha passed it on August 01 last. The bill will now be sent to the President for assent.

Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba has been given a one-year extension. He has already got an extension twice. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet approved the extension of service of Rajiv Gauba. Rajeev Gauba is an Indian Administrative Service officer of the 1982 batch of the Jharkhand cadre. Prior to this, he has also been the Home Secretary of India. He is serving as the Cabinet Secretary since August 2019.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has taken a significant step towards improving the experience of highway users with the launch of a citizen-centric integrated mobile application ‘Rajmarg Yatra’. This user-friendly app is now available for download on both Google Play Store and iOS App Store, which provides travelers with comprehensive information on Indian National Highways as well as an efficient complaint redressal system. The app is currently available in Hindi and English.

The Supreme Court will hear today the bail pleas of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in corruption and money laundering cases related to the Delhi Excise Policy.

At least 17 people were injured during clashes with security forces in Bishnupur and Churachandpur districts yesterday ahead of the mass burial of those killed in caste violence in Manipur.

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations issued a serious warning on Thursday regarding the deepening food crisis in Sudan. Significantly, Sudan, along with the war, is also facing economic collapse. Organization (FAO) has said that more than 20 million people in Sudan are facing severe food shortage. This number has almost doubled compared to the previous year.

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