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Today's big news 31 August 2023

Today's big news 31 August 2023

According to Japan's Defense Ministry, North Korea fired a probable ballistic missile late last night. The launch came hours after US B-1B bombers joined air exercises with South Korea, as well as separate exercises with Japan.

Moscow has thanked the Pope for his controversial tribute to 'Great Mother Russia'. Russian spokesmen have praised Pope Francis' "balanced approach" to the war in Ukraine. In fact, a recent statement by the Pope was protested by Ukrainian citizens and Ukrainian Church officials and the Pope's statement was seen as inadvertently promoting Russia's alleged imperialist ambitions. According to a report by The Crux, the controversy began after Pope Francis delivered a video address to a group of Russian Catholic youth gathered in St. Petersburg on August 25, when the Pope told the youth that they were "heirs of Great Mother Russia." Are."

A day after India rejected China's new official map that includes Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as "absurd", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi yesterday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak on the issue of Chinese incursions.

Karnataka's Congress government yesterday on August 30 launched the Griha Lakshmi scheme to provide financial assistance of ₹2,000 to female heads of households in Mysuru. The scheme was launched by Congress President and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge and party MP Rahul Gandhi in front of a huge gathering of beneficiaries at Maharaja's College at an event presided over by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah.

The Privileges Committee of the Lok Sabha yesterday unanimously accepted the proposal to revoke the suspension of Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury from the Lower House.

President Smt. Draupadi Murmu will be on a two-day visit to Chhattisgarh from today. The President will attend the state-level launch of Brahma Kumari's theme of the year "Year of Positive Change" in Raipur today.

The opposition in Uttar Pradesh has been alleging that the law-and-order situation in UP is continuously deteriorating under the double-engine government. Now according to the news, a lawyer was shot dead in his chamber in the Tehsil court complex in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. According to media reports, at around 2 pm yesterday, Manoj Chaudhary alias Monu Jat was eating dinner in his chamber, when two attackers entered the room and opened fire on him.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology will organize Global India AI 2023 in October this year. It will see participation from leading AI participants, researchers, startups and investors from India and the world. The conference will cover a wide range of topics including next-generation learning and foundational AI models, applications of AI in healthcare, governance and next-generation electric vehicles, future AI research trends, AI computing systems, investment opportunities and nurturing AI talent. Ready to cover.

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has called for immediate assistance to be provided to children affected by the wildfires raging in Greece. For the first time since 2000, Europe has faced such a disaster on such a large scale. According to news media, due to record temperatures and strong winds, forest fires in the country intensified in July, killing 27 people so far. Among them are two children, who had reached there in search of shelter.

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has warned that organized criminal groups in Southeast Asia are coercing millions of people into engaging in online fraudulent activities that generate billions of dollars each year. The latest report from the UN office focuses on cyber-crimes and fraudulent activities, which have become a major issue in Asia. There is an emphasis on focusing on the victims who suffer harm from online fraud as well as those who are forced to commit these crimes.

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