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'India' alliance will oust the BJP-led government at the Center

Several leaders of opposition parties have said that the India alliance will oust the "arrogant and corrupt" BJP-led government at the Center in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Addressing the media after the conclusion of the third meeting of the opposition alliance, Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar said that the result of 'India' will be that those at the centre will now lose. It is clear that they will go out.

The United Nations Migration Agency (IOM) has urged the establishment of a humanitarian aid corridor in Niger to facilitate the voluntary return of stranded migrants. The country's borders and airspace have been closed since the military coup in Niger in July. Christopher Gascón, regional director of the UN Migration Organization, told journalists in Geneva that there are seven transit centres in the country, where his organization is hosting 4,800 migrants. These migrants are mainly from West African countries – Mali, Guinea, Senegal and Nigeria – and want to return to their countries voluntarily. According to regional director Gascón, it is important to have access to the airport to arrange charter flights to help people return to their homes.

Guterres warns

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned against the backdrop of a series of incidents of military coups in the countries of the African continent that many countries are struggling with governance challenges, but military governments are not the solution to this crisis. In view of this, the UN Chief has emphasized stable democratic governance and the rule of law. A military coup took place on Wednesday this week amid allegations of rigging of election results in the African country Gabon. Earlier military coups occurred in Niger last month, Burkina Faso in 2022, and Chad, Guinea, Sudan and Mali earlier in the year. Apart from the military coup in Myanmar in 2021, all such incidents have occurred in African countries. Addressing reporters at his New York headquarters on Thursday, the UN chief said the military coup exacerbates problems and worsens the crisis rather than solving it.

Citing human rights, UN human rights experts have urged countries located in the Global North to waive intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) has passed a decision under its "Early Warning and Immediate Action" procedures. The decision clarifies that developed countries' continued refusal to grant concessions to intellectual property (IP) rights related to COVID-19 vaccines, including patents and trademarks, is a violation of the guarantee of non-discrimination under international human rights law.

Leaders of several opposition political parties criticized the government's move to set up a committee to study the feasibility of 'one nation, one election' and alleged that it would pose a threat to the federal structure of the country. Let us tell you, that the Central Government has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of former President Ramnath Kovind to explore the possibilities of 'One Nation, One Election'.

The Hon'ble Supreme Court has said that keeping social activist Gautam Navlakha under house arrest in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist link case will set a "wrong precedent" and require the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to be informed about his current medical condition and the status of the trial. instructed. Justice M.M. Sundresh and J.B. Pardiwala's bench heard Additional Solicitor General S.V., appearing for the NIA. Raju was asked to file an affidavit within four weeks. Gautam Navlakha is under house arrest in a public library in Mumbai since November 2022.

A new study has found that men and women have different symptoms before cardiac arrest. A study conducted by researchers at Cedars-Sinai Health System's Smidt Heart Institute found that half of people who experienced sudden cardiac arrest had an obvious symptom 24 hours earlier. Additionally, researchers found that warning signs differ between men and women. The study was recently published in the Lancet Digital Health Source journal.

Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will undertake a two-day visit to Sri Lanka from today to review defence relations.

President Draupadi Murmu has given his approval to rename Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) as Prime Minister's Museum and Library (PMML).

It has been announced to give Ramon Magsaysay Award 2023 to Assam's cancer specialist Dr. R Ravi Kannan. According to the Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation, he will be given this award for revolutionizing cancer treatment in Assam through his people-centric and pro-poor programs.

India's Grandmaster D Gukesh has overtaken Vishwanathan Anand to reach the eighth position in the world chess ranking. With this D Gukesh has become India's top chess player.

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