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Leader of Opposition is not just a post, it is a responsibility to fight for the people: Rahul Gandhi

After becoming the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said that the Leader of Opposition is not just a post, it is a huge responsibility to become the voice of the people and fight for the interests and rights of the people.

Rahul Gandhi said, "Our Constitution is the biggest weapon of the poor, the deprived, the minorities, the farmers, the laborers. We will protect it by responding with full force to every attack on it. I am yours and for you only. Heartfelt thanks to the people of the country, Congress workers and the allies of the India Alliance for showing faith in me."

Om Birla becomes the Speaker of the Lok Sabha for the second consecutive time

Om Birla has been elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha for the second consecutive time. Today, on June 26, as soon as the proceedings of the House began, Protem Speaker Bhratruhari Mahtab announced the election of the Speaker. Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed Birla's name.

Kejriwal sent on three-day CBI remand

In the money laundering case related to the alleged Delhi liquor scam, the Rouse Avenue Court has sent Aam Aadmi Party's national convenor and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to three-day CBI remand. However, the CBI had demanded five days of custody. The next hearing in this case has been fixed on June 29.

Sam Pitroda reappointed as Indian Overseas Congress President

Sam Pitroda has returned once again as soon as the elections are over. The Congress has once again made him the President of the Indian Overseas Congress.

Newly elected Trinamool MLAs reject Governor's invitation for swearing-in ceremony

In West Bengal, two newly elected Trinamool Congress MLAs Sayantika Banerjee and Reyat Sarkar ignored the invitation of West Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose to go to Raj Bhavan and participate in the swearing-in ceremony. Both the MLAs sat on a dharna in the state assembly premises and demanded that the Governor come there to administer the oath. Both of them were holding posters which read, "Waiting for the arrival of the Hon'ble Governor for oath" and also their election certificates.

Social media use does not cause depression in all adolescents

A recent research has shown that social media use does not cause depression in all adolescents, but the poor behavior of parents and harassment by peers has a bad effect on the mental health of adolescents. Early social media use has previously been linked to an increased risk of depression in adolescents and young adults.

The findings published in the Journal of Adolescence suggest that social media use does not have the same effect on all adolescents.

Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) refutes recent news reports related to Byju's

Recently there were reports claiming that Byju has been cleared of financial fraud in an ongoing investigation by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has issued a press release clarifying that such reports are factually incorrect and misleading.

Medium Range Microwave Obscurant Chaff Rocket handed over to Indian Navy by DRDO

The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) handed over the Medium Range Microwave Obscurant Chaff Rocket (MR-MOCR) to the Indian Navy at a ceremony held in New Delhi on June 26, 2024. This Microwave Obscurant Chaff (MOCR) has been developed by DRDO's Defense Laboratory, Jodhpur. It is a technology that obscures radar signals and creates a microwave shield around platforms and assets and thus reduces the possibility of radar detection.

Foldable smartphone with AI features may be launched in the market next month

Samsung Electronics may launch foldable smartphones in the Galaxy series with artificial intelligence (AI) features next month.

Lewis Kimber smashes Robinson for record 43 runs in an over

Leicestershire's Lewis Kimber created cricket history by scoring the most runs in an over in first-class cricket when he smashed 43 runs in an over off Sussex's Ollie Robinson in a County Championship match on Wednesday.


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