Big news of 10 July 2022, Top 10 headlines 10 July 2022, Breaking news of 10 July 2022
NIA made the seventh arrest in the Udaipur murder case
According to media reports, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has made the seventh arrest in the Udaipur murder case.
MP High Court bans the construction of the statue of Adi Shankaracharya
It has been told in media reports that the Madhya Pradesh High Court has stayed the construction work of 108 feet high statue of Adi Shankaracharya to be built on a 54 feet high platform at Omkareshwar in the Khandwa district.
Tamil Nadu fishermen protest against building a new port in Pulicat
The fishermen association in Tamil Nadu has opposed the proposed new port at Pulicat. Media reports said fishermen’s leaders said that it was unfair to choose a village as a port without having a preliminary discussion with the affected people.
PM greets people on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha and Ashadhi Ekadashi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday greeted people on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha and Ashadhi Ekadashi.
Sonia Gandhi appeals to the international community to help Sri Lanka
Expressing concern over the escalating situation in Sri Lanka, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi has urged the international community to help the people of the island country.
53 Shiv Sena MLAs got notice except Aditya Thackeray
Eknath Shinde and 53 MLAs of the Uddhav faction have received show-cause notices.
Surat’s model of natural farming can become a model for the whole country
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Natural Agriculture Convention through a video conference today. Organized in Surat, Gujarat, this conclave is witnessing the participation of thousands of farmers and all other stakeholders who have adopted natural farming as a success story in Surat. The Governor and Chief Minister of Gujarat also attended the conference.
In his address on the occasion, PM Modi said that today’s program is an indication of how Gujarat is leading the country’s resolve to achieve the goals of Amrit Kaal. The success of Surat in connecting 75 farmers of every panchayat to natural farming is going to be an example for the entire country, the Prime Minister said. He highlighted the role of Sarpanchs and congratulated the farmers for moving towards a natural way of farming.
Prime Minister’s National Apprenticeship Fair to be organized at 200 places across India
The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship will organize the Prime Minister’s National Apprenticeship Mela on July 11, 2022, as part of the Prime Minister’s Skill India Mission to promote employment opportunities and practical training. To date, 188410 applicants have participated in the apprenticeship fair and to date, 67,035 apprenticeship offers have been made on the platform. The one-day event will cover 36 sectors and over 1000 companies and 500 different types of trades. MSDE will organize this event at over 200 locations, giving applicants an opportunity to shape their careers through apprenticeship training.
Arjun Babuta, Parth Makhija reach top eight in 10m Air Rifle at Changwon Shooting World Cup
Two Indian shooters Arjun Babuta and Partha Makhija have qualified for the top eight of the 10m air rifle event at the ISSF World Cup Rifles in Changwon, Korea.