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Top 10 news 8 September 2023

Ghosi By Poll Result 2023 Live: Sudhakar Singh of the Samajwadi Party of India alliance has won in the by-election of the Ghosi assembly constituency of Uttar Pradesh, he defeated Dara Singh Chauhan of BJP by more than 42 thousand votes.

A man was arrested from North Delhi on Friday for spreading rumours on social media regarding the G20 summit. A police officer said that it was claimed that an auto-rickshaw was going towards Pragati Maidan carrying weapons and explosives.

Congress candidate Chandy Oommen won his first election with a record-breaking majority of 37,719 votes in the by-election from the Puthuppalli assembly constituency in Kerala.

Tripura's ruling BJP on Friday won the by-elections to Dhanpur and Boxanagar assembly seats, defeating its CPI(M) rivals by a huge margin. For the first time in the state, a minority Muslim candidate has won on a saffron party ticket.

Terming the India vs India controversy as a "diversion tactic" and a "panic reaction", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday said the government is a little scared and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "disturbed" to the extent that he is trying to name the country. Wanting to change what is "absurd". Rahul Gandhi, who arrived in Brussels on a week-long Europe trip, told a press conference, I am happy with the names we have in the Constitution. 'India that is Bharat' works perfectly for me. I think it There is a panic reaction, there is a bit of fear in the government and it is a diversionary strategy.

The change of guard ceremony will not be held at Rashtrapati Bhavan tomorrow (September 9, 2023) due to the G20 summit.

The third phase of mandatory hallmarking under the Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery and Gold Artifacts (Third Amendment) Order, 2023 has been effective from September 8, 2023. Phase III of Compulsory Hallmarking will cover an additional 55 new districts under the compulsory hallmarking regime wherein a hallmarking centre has been set up after the implementation of Phase II of the Compulsory Hallmarking Order, taking the total number of districts covered under compulsory hallmarking to 343. Has occurred.

The cyclical chairmanship of the 18th G20 summit is a time for reflection, Congress has said, highlighting the "biggest failure of the NDA (No Data Available) government" as it failed to conduct the census According to estimates, 14 crore citizens have been deprived of food security rights.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi will launch the Indira Rasoi Gramin Yojana on September 10 in Niwai in the Tonk district of Rajasthan. Preparations for the launch of the Indira Rasoi Gramin Yojana are going on a war footing. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi is scheduled to address the gathering after launching the scheme at Vivekananda Model School in Jhilai village.

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