Big news of 15 August 2022, Top 10 headlines 15 August 2022, Breaking news of 15 August 2022
37 new judges appointed in high courts
After a long wait, the government has appointed 37 new judges for the high courts last night. According to a press release by the Ministry of Law and Justice, these appointments are in a series of appointments of 26 judges to various high courts on Friday. With the notification of the appointment of another 11 judges to the Punjab and Haryana High Court by the government this year i.e. 2022, so far 138 appointments have been made in various High Courts of the country, thus making it a total of 126 appointments to the High Courts in 2016. has surpassed its earlier record.
Fundamental duty is the key to social change, not erudition: Chief Justice
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India N.V. Ramana has said that fundamental duty is not a pedantic or technical thing, but the key to social change, so it was included in the constitution because the constitution makers envisioned a nation where citizens are aware, alert and able to take right decisions. are capable. The Chief Justice was speaking at a function organized by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on the 76th anniversary of Independence. According to media reports, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, SCBA President Vikas Singh, Supreme Court judges and members of the Bar also attended the ceremony.
Media reports reported that the CJI said, “Our Constitution is the fundamental document which regulates the relationship between the citizens and the government. While it has granted us inalienable rights, it places upon us certain fundamental duties. The fundamental duties are not merely pedantic or technical. They were incorporated as the key to social transformation.”
A complacent government is ready to prove the sacrifices of freedom fighters insignificant: Sonia Gandhi
India is celebrating Independence Day today, on this occasion, Congress President Sonia Gandhi wished all the countrymen and targeted the central government saying that “Today’s self-engaged government is trying to trivialize the great sacrifices of our freedom fighters and the country’s glorious achievements.” But it is bent, which can never be accepted.”
Nitish Kumar said there is no need for a law on population control
In Bihar also, Independence Day is being celebrated with pomp and gaiety. The main function in the state was held at the historic Gandhi Maidan in Patna, where Chief Minister Nitish Kumar unfurled the national tricolour and addressed the public. This was Nitish Kumar’s first speech on the occasion of Independence Day after leaving the BJP.
Nitish Kumar said that there is no need for a law on population control in the country.
Sundar Pichai wishes India Happy Independence Day through Google Doodle
Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai greeted Indians by creating a Google Doodle on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day.
Rahul Gandhi joins Congress’s ‘Azadi Gaurav March’
On the 75th anniversary of independence, the Congress took out the Azadi Gaurav March from the party headquarters to Gandhi Smriti at Tees Jan Marg, remembering those who made sacrifices for the country. The march was led by former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and was joined by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other senior leaders.
Applications are invited for admission in English, Hindi, Urdu, Politics, Education and M.Com in distance mode in Jamia.
Jamia Millia Islamia University’s Center for Distance and Online Education (CDOE) has invited applications for admission in distance mode. CDOE offers admission to various Post Graduate Arts (MA) in History, English, Hindi, Urdu, Political Science, Sociology, HRM, Education and M.Com in Jamia Millia Islamia in distance and online mode.
91 killed in floods in some areas of Yemen
Yemeni rebels say 91 people have been killed in flash floods triggered by recent heavy rains in areas under their control in the war-ravaged north.
Pakistan can return to the dark days of dictatorship
Former Pakistan Prime Minister and PTI chief Imran Khan has warned that the government is about to launch “an unprecedented action campaign” against media houses and journalists who support him.
In a string of tweets today, a day after addressing a public rally in Lahore, Imran Khan expressed apprehension that if the government was successful in suppressing journalists who supported his statement, the country would be “in the dark days of dictatorship”. Can return to when there was no free media and no room for freedom of expression.
West Indies beat New Zealand by 8 wickets, Kiwi team won the series 2-1
The fifties from West Indies openers Brandon King and Shamar Brooks helped the team beat New Zealand by eight wickets. The third and final T20 International match was played between the two teams at Sabina Park. With this win, West Indies saved themselves from a clean sweep in the 3-match T20I series. At the same time, New Zealand won the series 2-1.