The big news of 14 March 2023, Top 10 headlines 14 March 2023, Breaking news of 14 March 2023
Cases of human rights violations increased in Jammu and Kashmir after the removal of 370
Giving information in Lok Sabha, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said that as per the information provided by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), from October 1, 2019, to December 2022, a total of 1164 cases related to the state of Jammu and Kashmir have been registered in the NHRC. And till October 2019, 765 complaints were pending before the commission.
Officer Trainees of the Indian Revenue Service and Assistant Executive Engineers of the Central Public Works Department call on the President
Officer Trainees of the 76th batch of the Indian Revenue Service and Assistant Executive Engineers of the Central Public Works Department (2020 and 2021 batch) called on the President of India, Smt. Draupadi Murmu, at Rashtrapati Bhavan today (March 14, 2023).
Lok Sabha proceedings again due to BJP’s uproar, House adjourned till Wednesday
The uproar continued in Parliament for the second consecutive day demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi. The proceedings of the Lok Sabha were first adjourned till 2 pm and then for the whole day due to the ongoing scuffle and sloganeering between the ruling party and the opposition.
Indian Youth Congress gheraos Raj Bhavan in Delhi against the government
The Indian Youth Congress today gheraoed the Raj Bhavan in Delhi against the anti-people approach of the Modi government. Many Youth Congress workers participated in the gherao under the leadership of National President of Youth Congress Srinivas B V G. During this, National President of Indian Youth Congress Srinivas BV said that the Modi government’s ‘friendly capitalism’ has created a situation of the economic crisis in the country. The hard-earned money of the common man is sinking, but Modi is silent.
Tamil Nadu fishermen to protest in Delhi against sea cucumber fishing ban
The fishermen’s association affiliated to the Congress party’s All India Fishermen’s Congress will take out a protest march against the ban on sea cucumber fishing in New Delhi in April.
925 killed in elephant attacks in 10 years in Odisha
At least 925 people died due to elephant attacks in Odisha between 2012 and 2022. State Forest, Environment and Climate Change Minister Pradeep Amat gave this information to the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday.
18 lakh registration certificates and driving licenses reached homes in Chhattisgarh
Vehicle owners are getting the benefit of the ‘Tunhar Sarkar Tunhar Dwar’ scheme of the Transport Department in Chhattisgarh. Due to this, not only have about 18 lakh people gotten its benefits but smart card-based registration certificates and driving licenses have been sent to the applicants’ homes.
Elephant camp throngs of tourists after ‘The Elephant Whispers’ wins Oscar
Tourists are thronging Theppakadu Elephant Camp in Tamil Nadu to have a glimpse of elephants Raghu’ and ‘Ammu’ who became famous after the Oscar-winning short documentary film ‘The Elephant Whispers’.
Rajya Sabha congratulates the teams of ‘RRR’ and ‘The Elephant Whispers’
Rajya Sabha members on Tuesday congratulated the teams of ‘RRR’ and ‘The Elephant Whispers’ for winning the Oscars.
Seasonal disease patients are increasing in MP
Seasonal influenza patients are increasing rapidly in Madhya Pradesh, and separate arrangements have been made in various hospitals for the treatment of these patients. Along with this, the general public is being advised to avoid going to crowded areas. Stay in isolation in case of cold, cold and fever.
The Delhi-Jaipur highway closed for 90 days, and traffic affected
NH-48, Delhi-Jaipur Highway has been closed for 90 days. The highway has been closed between Rangpuri and Raju Kari, a diversion plan has also been made due to the closure of the highway.
Harvester fell into the river in Betul, one dead and three injured
In Madhya Pradesh’s Betul district, a speeding harvester broke the railing of a bridge and fell into the Machna river. All four people aboard the harvester were buried. Out of which one died and three were seriously injured.
An ambulance carrying patient catches fire in Andhra Pradesh
An ambulance carrying a patient caught fire in Andhra Pradesh’s Amaravati, injuring one person. At the same time, due to the flames, the stock of tobacco in the shed was destroyed, the cost of which is said to be Rs 40 lakh.
Microsoft pulls out ethical team
Microsoft has reportedly laid off the entire “ethics and society” team within its AI organization as part of recent layoffs that affected 10,000 employees globally.
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