The big news of 11 May 2022, Top 10 headlines 11 May 2022, Breaking news of 11 May 2022
Supreme Court stays sedition law
The Supreme Court has stayed the sedition law in a historic decision. The Supreme Court urged the central and state governments that no case of sedition will be registered until the review of the law by the Center is completed. This law is enshrined in Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code.
Cyclone ‘Asani’: Heavy rain in Andhra Pradesh
Due to the severe cyclonic storm ‘Asani’, the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema areas are receiving heavy rains with strong winds today, but this storm has weakened in the Bay of Bengal.
Former Union Minister Pandit Sukh Ram passes away
Former Union Minister Pandit Sukh Ram, a veteran leader of Himachal Pradesh, has passed away at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi. Condoling his death, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur has expressed deep grief.
March held against the anti-encroachment campaign in Delhi
Over a dozen civil society organizations and political parties on Wednesday took out a procession to the residence of Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to protest against the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in the national capital.
Prime Minister’s Office takes cognizance of the deaths in Chardham Yatra
According to media reports, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has taken cognizance of the death of devotees coming for Chardham Yatra due to a heart attack. The Prime Minister’s Office has sought details of 21 deaths in Chardham till late Tuesday evening.
PM expresses gratitude to Indian scientists on National Technology Day
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed gratitude to our talented scientists and their efforts, due to which the successful Pokhran test was possible in 1998.
Delhi High Court could not reach a verdict on whether marital rape is a crime or not
Whether marital rape is a crime or not, the judges of the Delhi High Court do not agree; Different verdicts.
Jaipur Royal Family claimed the Taj Mahal
In the ongoing dispute regarding the Jaipur Taj Mahal, the Jaipur royal family came to the fore, Diya Kumari said – our palace was there, we had the documents of the land.
Kerala: New trouble on children
New trouble on children in Kerala, 80 children sick in Kerala due to tomato fever.
President Gotabaya urges citizens to remain calm amid violence in Sri Lanka
According to reports, Mahinda Rajapaksa and his family have been taken to a naval base after protesters targeted the official residence of former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa in Colombo.
Al-Jazeera correspondent Shirin Abu Akleh killed in Israel raid
Al Jazeera correspondent Shirin Abu Akleh was gunned down while reporting on an Israeli Defense Force raid on the Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank. According to international media reports, a second journalist is in “critical but stable condition” after being shot on Wednesday morning. A BBC news reported that Qatar’s news channel Al Jazeera has accused the Israeli army of murder. In a statement aired on the channel, al-Jazeera called on the international community to condemn and fix the responsibility of the Israeli forces for the deliberate killing of his ally Abu Akleh.