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Electronic media working on zero accountability, is harmful to justice and democracy: CJI Ramanna

According to media reports, Chief Justice of India Justice NV Ramanna has said that the judiciary is also facing difficulties due to irresponsible reporting and debate on electronic media and social media. There is still accountability in print media, but electronic media is working on the basis of zero accountability. In many cases the media kangaroo courts. A media trial is not a good thing for democracy in any case.

Anurag Thakur said that corrupt ministers should resign immediately, Kejriwal also has no right to remain in power

Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur has accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of patronizing his corrupt ministers, saying that Kejriwal has no right to continue in power and his corrupt ministers should also resign immediately.

Rs 20 crore seized from the house of an alleged close aide of Partha Chatterjee

Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials probing recruitment irregularities in West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) and West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) have visited the house of an alleged close aide of former state education minister and Trinamool Congress general secretary Partha Chatterjee. A huge amount of cash and several mobile phones have been recovered from Se, who is currently the Minister of Commerce and Industry in West Bengal. This information has been given in media reports.

38 dead, 251 infected due to Japanese encephalitis in Assam

According to media reports, in Assam in the last three weeks, at least 38 people died of Japanese encephalitis, while 251 were infected, after which the health department had to take several measures to deal with the disease.

Trinamool’s decision to abstain from voting in Vice Presidential election disappointing: Margaret Alva

Margaret Alva, the opposition candidate for the August 6 vice-presidential election, has termed the Trinamool Congress’s decision to abstain from voting as disappointing.

Hathras: Kanwariyas trampled by dumper, 6 died

A dumper on the Hathras-Sadabad road in Uttar Pradesh crushed kanwariyas carrying Ganga water in the early hours today. According to media reports, six of them died on the spot, while one is injured.

PM Modi congratulates everyone on Adi Kritigai

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has greeted everyone on the special day of Adi Kritigai.

Prime Minister tweeted:

“On the special day of Aadi Krithigai, my greetings to everyone. We pray that the blessings of Lord Muruga always remain upon us. May He always ensure our society remains healthy and prosperous.”

21 dead, three missing in Iran floods

At least 21 people have died and three others are missing after flash floods triggered by heavy rains in Iran’s Fars province.

Kejriwal announced, the Delhi government will start English speaking course

Delhi Government has come up with a Spoken English Course to strengthen the English language of the children. This will improve the communication skills of the children and the purpose of this will be to bring confidence in the children so that there is no problem in job or life ahead. Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University will run this course, it will be an international-level course.

India’s three-run win in the first ODI against West Indies

India won the first match of the three-match series against the West Indies by three runs at the Queen’s Park Oval here. Captain Shikhar Dhawan and young opener Shubman Gill shared a century partnership as India posted 308 runs in 50 overs for the loss of seven wickets.