The big news of 05 July 2022, Top 10 headlines 05 July 2022, Breaking news of 05 July 2022
Vice President election: The nomination process begins, voting will be held on August 6
In the midst of the campaigning for the Presidential election, the nomination process for the Vice Presidential election has also started.
Congress attacks BJP over PSI recruitment scam in Karnataka
After the arrest of a top IPS officer on Tuesday, Congress has demanded a judicial inquiry into the Police Sub Inspector (PSI) recruitment scam. At the same time, the BJP hit back saying that the development in the matter was due to the action of the state home minister.
Twitter reaches court against Indian government’s content blocking order
According to media reports, Twitter has moved the Karnataka High Court to reverse the orders of the Government of India to remove certain content on its platform. Twitter has filed a legal challenge to the alleged abuse of authority on the part of some officials. This attempt to judicially review the order to remove the objectionable content will prove to be another link in the confrontation between Twitter and the federal government.
ED summons SP leader Azam Khan’s wife, and son for questioning in PMLA case
According to the information received, Abdullah Azam Khan, son of MLA Azam Khan from Swar assembly seat in Uttar Pradesh assembly and Azam Khan’s wife Tazeen Fatma have been asked to appear separately before the ED’s regional office in Lucknow this week.
Rahul Gandhi’s petition was dismissed in Jharkhand High Court, the trial will continue in the matter of remarks on people with Modi’s title
According to media reports, the Jharkhand High Court has refused to stay the proceedings against Congress MP Rahul Gandhi in connection with a remark made on people with the title ‘Modi’. In this case, the district court of Ranchi had taken cognizance against Rahul Gandhi. He had filed a petition in the Jharkhand High Court seeking a stay on this, which was dismissed today.
Delhi Police registers case against director over the controversial poster of a documentary film ‘Kaali’
According to media reports, Delhi Police has registered an FIR against director Leena Manimekalai. The poster was shared by Manimekalai on social media on July 2. The poster shows the Hindu goddess ‘Kali Maa’ smoking a cigarette. On the other hand, a complaint letter has been filed in a court in Muzaffarpur, Bihar today regarding the documentary ‘Kali’. In the complaint letter, it has been alleged of hurting religious sentiments under a conspiracy.
India, and Iran discuss Chabahar port, and other bilateral issues
Foreign Secretary of India Vinay Kwatra today spoke to Ali Bagheri Kani, Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs of Iran and discussed various bilateral issues. According to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs, this information has been received.
Karnataka: ACB raids residence and offices of former minister Zameer Ahmed, close to Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah
According to media reports, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) officials today raided the residence and offices of Congress MLA and former minister Zameer Ahmed Khan.
Rain in Mumbai, Konkan in Maharashtra, many areas submerged
The country’s commercial capital Mumbai, coastal Konkan and other parts of the state have received heavy rains since last night, submerging many towns and villages in different regions, and affecting road and rail traffic.
Congress seeks to reply on alleged links of terrorists with BJP
The Congress hit out at the BJP over alleged links with arrested Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir and Kanhaiya Lal’s killers, who had photographs with BJP leaders.
Australia’s New South Wales is facing the new COVID wave
Health officials in New South Wales have warned that Australia’s most populous state is facing a new wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Palestine rejects results of US investigation into the killing of Al Jazeera journalist
Palestine has rejected the results of a ballistic investigation conducted by the US team into the May shooting of veteran Palestinian-American journalist Shirin Abu Aqleh in the West Bank.
Centuries from Root, and Bairstow helped England beat India by seven wickets
Joe Root scored his 11th Test century since 2021, while Jonny Bairstow scored his second century in the rescheduled Edgbaston Test. Thanks to these innings, England defeated India by seven wickets on the fifth day of the match.