The big news of 1 April 2023, Top 10 headlines 1 April 2023, Breaking news of 1 April 2023
Navjot Singh Sidhu was released from jail after 10 months; lashed out at the central and Punjab government
Former US President Donald Trump is preparing for the US presidential elections to be held next year. But questions are being raised on whether he will be able to contest the elections or not.
According to a Hindustan Times report, without naming China and Russia, the US head of the delegation, Segal-Knowles, said that the G20 countries would have to renegotiate the text to describe the Ukraine crisis in the outcome documents as the G20 had “two The countries have moved away from the language their leaders agreed upon at last year’s summit in Indonesia”.
Suspect detained by Pune police for threatening to kill Sanjay Raut
Pune police have detained a suspect for questioning, hours after Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Sanjay Raut received a threat message in the name of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.
Nitish gave instructions to speed up the work to give jobs to 10 lakh youth
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar while instructing the officials to work fast to provide jobs to 10 lakh youth and employment to 10 lakh people in the state, said that care should also be taken to ensure that there is no malpractices in the examination. .
Consumer courts cannot decide cases related to tortious acts: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has observed that consumer courts cannot decide highly disputed questions of fact or complaints relating to criminal cases such as fraudulent acts or cheating.
PM flags off Vande Bharat from Rani Kamlapati station
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday flagged off the Vande Bharat Express train between Bhopal and New Delhi from Rani Kamalapati Railway Station in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Twitter bans over 6.8 lakh accounts in India amid major changes
In a tough move following Elon Musk’s acquisition, Twitter banned a record 682,420 accounts promoting child sexual abuse and non-consensual nudity in India between January 26 and February 25.
WhatsApp banned a record 4.5 million accounts in India in February
Meta-owned WhatsApp banned a record of over 45 lakh bad accounts in India in the month of February in compliance with the new IT rules 2021.
WHO calls for Covid booster for elderly and vulnerable groups
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended booster vaccination for the elderly and other vulnerable groups in the wake of a further rise in COVID-19 cases in several countries.
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