The big news of 17 April 2023, Top 10 headlines 17 April 2023, Breaking news of 17 April 2023
Abhishek Banerjee’s allegation, CBI summoned him despite Supreme Court’s ban on questioning
Trinamool Congress national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee claimed that he has been summoned by the CBI to appear at its Kolkata office on Tuesday, while the Supreme Court on Monday stayed the Calcutta High Court order to the CBI and the ED. He was questioned in connection with the allegations made by expelled TMC youth leader Kuntal Ghosh.
Two houses collapse due to cylinder blast in Delhi, nine people injured
Nine people, including four children, were injured when two houses collapsed due to a cylinder blast in outer Delhi’s Kunwar Singh Nagar area in the early hours of Monday.
Police use force on students who came to besiege Chief Minister’s residence in Ranchi, many were injured, 20 were in custody
The police used force to stop the students who were going to Gherao the CM House on Kanke Road this afternoon against the new recruitment policy of the Jharkhand government. More than half a dozen students were injured in this clash.
Kerala Police registers FIR against Great Bombay Circus for cruelty to birds
Kerala Police has registered an FIR against the owners of ‘Great Bombay Circus’ for using unregistered animals along with clipping their wings to prevent birds from flying.
Mercury rising in Uttarakhand, the first fortnight of April hottest in seven years
Heat waves are increasing in Uttarakhand. The mercury is continuously rising in the dry season. The heat has increased from the mountains to the plains. Scorching sunshine is lashing most areas. However, the weather in the mountains can provide temporary relief.
The President presented the National Panchayat Awards
President Smt. Draupadi Murmu presented the National Panchayat Awards and inaugurated the National Panchayat Promotion Conference in New Delhi today (April 17, 2023).
Speaking on the occasion, the President said that despite rapid urbanization in the last few decades, the majority of the population still lives in villages. People living in cities are also connected to villages in one way or the other. The development of villages can lead to the overall progress of the country.
The Center takes several initiatives to monitor the storage of Arhar and Urad in the country
Senior officers of the Department of Consumer Affairs have visited 10 different places in four states in the past days to inspect and interact about the actual position of Arhar and Urad stocks.
In this regard, the Secretary, of the Department of Consumer Affairs, Mr Rohit Kumar Singh held an internal meeting with these officers. During this Mr Rohit Kumar Singh visited major pulses markets and interacted with the representatives of various markets. During the last week, apart from holding a meeting with the All India Dal Mills Association at Indore on 15th April 2023 by the Secretary, Government of India, the department deputed 12 senior officers to Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra to ascertain the ground situation. and deputed to visit various places in the states of Tamil Nadu.
Parliament’s monitoring body in the UK begins the investigation of PM Rishi Sunak
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is being investigated by a UK parliament commissioner for a possible breach of standards relating to declarations of interest, believed to be related to his links to a childcare firm in which his wife is an investor.
Chinese national arrested in Pakistan on charges of blasphemy
A Chinese national working in Pakistan’s Dasu hydroelectric project in Upper Kohistan was detained by the police late last night. According to media reports, the Chinese national was accused of blasphemy by the laborers working at the site, due to which the police detained them.
Air quality drops to unhealthy levels in Malaysia
Air quality has dropped to unhealthy levels in parts of Malaysia, including the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
11 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Coast Guard returned
Eleven fishermen from Tamil Nadu, arrested by the Sri Lankan Coast Guard, returned home on Monday. The fishermen from Pudukottai, Nagapattinam and Karaikal who ventured into the sea were arrested by the Sri Lankan Coast Guard on March 22 for crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL).
Saint Kanak Bihari and his disciple died in a road accident
Saint Kanak Bihari Maharaj and his disciple Vishram Raghuvanshi died in a road accident on Monday morning in Madhya Pradesh’s Narsinghpur district. This accident happened when Saint Kanak Bihari was going to Chhindwara from Ashoknagar.
9,111 new cases of COVID registered in India
The Union Health Ministry said that 9,111 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in India during the last 24 hours on Monday. These cases are slightly less than the 10,093 recorded on Sunday.
Madhur Mittal to play Muttiah Muralitharan in Tamil biopic ‘800’
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ fame actor Madhur Mittal is coming up with a biopic on cricket legend Muttiah Muralitharan.
Pramod and Sukant won gold in men’s doubles in Brazil Para-Badminton International
Shuttlers Pramod Bhagat and Sukant Kadam won the gold medal in men’s doubles at the Brazil Para-Badminton International 2023. In singles, Pramod had to settle for silver and Sukant for bronze.
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