The big news of 20 December 2022, Top 10 headlines 20 December 2022, Breaking news of 20 December 2022
The fourth dose of Covid vaccine started in Bangladesh
Today Bangladesh has started giving the fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to priority groups.
Delhi Pradesh Congress President issued missed call number and website to join Bharat Jodo Yatra
President of Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee, Anil Kumar, in a press conference organized at the state office today, to directly connect citizens, RWAs, social organizations, schools, government and non-government employees of Delhi with Bharat Jodo Yatra on 24th December in Delhi. Issued a missed call number 9625777907 with the slogan ‘Kadam, Jainde Watan-Hum Challenge, Hum Jaidenge’. And also released a website to join the Bharat Jodo Yatra digitally.
Government attacks fake YouTube news, fake videos viewed 300 million times
In a series of over forty fact-checks, the Indian government has busted three YouTube channels that were spreading fake news in India. These YouTube channels had around 33 lakh subscribers. Almost all his videos turned out to be fake, however, these videos have been viewed more than 300 million times so far. Action has been initiated on these channels. Due to this, more than a hundred YouTube channels spreading fake news have been blocked in the last year.
Delhi court adjourns Jacqueline’s plea seeking to go abroad till December 22
According to media reports, a Delhi court adjourned till Thursday the petition of Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez seeking permission to travel abroad until.
Why the demarche was not issued to the Chinese ambassador, Jairam Ramesh’s question to the government
Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh asked the Center to clarify its stand on the Chinese encroachment and asked why the demarche was not issued to the Chinese ambassador, and why the objection was not called and lodged.
ED probes 87 money laundering cases against MPs, MLAs and MLCs in the last 5 years
During the last five years, the Enforcement Directorate has initiated investigation in about 87 cases against MPs, MLAs and MLCs (both former and sitting) under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA).
Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill sent to Joint Committee of Parliament
The Lok Sabha on Tuesday referred the Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill, 2022 to a Joint Committee of both Houses of Parliament. The 31-member committee will submit its report by the last day of the first week of the second part of the budget session 2023.
Bengal court sends Anubrata Mandal to police custody for seven days, a shock to ED
According to media reports, the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) efforts to take Trinamool Congress stalwart, Anubrata Mandal, to Delhi in connection with the multi-crore cattle smuggling scam suffered a setback on Tuesday. A trial court in Birbhum district sent Anubrata Mondal to police custody for seven days in an attempt to murder case.
Noida roadways will not run buses after 11 pm in view of increasing fog
Along with the continuous increase in the cold in NCR, dense fog has also started spreading. Due to the fog, drivers are also facing problems at many places and many accidents are also coming to the fore. In such a situation, Noida Depot has also taken a big decision as a precautionary measure. According to this, buses will not be operated after 11 pm. A bus will be operated only if there is a lot of ridership and there is a lot of need.
Non-bailable warrant issued against the former UP minister
A court in Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia district has issued non-bailable warrants against four accused, including former state minister and BJP leader Anand Swaroop Shukla, for not appearing in a nine-year-old student leader’s attempted murder case.
Childhood sexual abuse can lead to psychosocial problems: Delhi High Court
Looking at the long-term effects of childhood sexual abuse, the Delhi High Court has observed that the welfare of the children should be given utmost priority in the matter.
Palestinian car collision in Tel Aviv ruled a ‘terrorist attack’
Police in Israel has recently treated it as a ‘terrorist attack’ a car-trumping attack by a Palestinian driver in Tel Aviv that injured a motorcyclist.
Guterres urges Taliban to stop terror attacks against Pakistan
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the Taliban regime in Afghanistan to prevent terrorist groups from attacking Pakistan or any other neighbouring country. He said that the world body is in discussion with the genuine authorities in this regard.
England won by eight wickets, and Pakistan clean sweep for the first time at home
With the brilliant innings of Ben Duckett (82 not out) and captain Ben Stokes (35 not out), England beat Pakistan by eight wickets on the fourth day of the third Test on Tuesday to clean sweep the three-match series 3-0.