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Maharashtra Political Crisis LIVE: Eknath Shinde takes oath as Chief Minister, Fadnavis becomes Deputy Chief Minister
Eknath Shinde has become the new Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Devendra Fadnavis has taken an oath as the Deputy Chief Minister.
India and Japan hold talks to strengthen cyber security
India and Japan discussed cyber security cooperation during the 4th India-Japan Cyber Dialogue today.
AJL appoints new editor-in-chief for its print and digital publications
The Associated Journals Limited (AJL) has appointed a new Group Editor-in-Chief for its print and digital publications. With this, there has been no change regarding the post of Editor-in-Chief of Quami Awaaz (Urdu).
Modi and Nitish Nagar will be built in all the districts of Bihar
Now ‘Modi Nagar’ and ‘Nitish Nagar’ will be built in all the districts of Bihar, where land will be provided to the landless and houses will be built there. It is starting in the Banka district. This was announced by the state’s Land Reforms Minister Ramsurat Rai on Thursday.
Rain put the brake on Kedarnath Yatra, Badrinath-Gauri Kund highway closed
With the knocking of the monsoon in Uttarakhand, the rains in many places have caused havoc on the roads. According to media reports, the debris that came after the rains in the last two days had blocked a total of 138 roads. Of these, 92 roads were opened. 46 roads are still closed across the state. At the same time, Badrinath and Gauri Kund highways were also closed on Thursday morning.
Southwest monsoon knocks in Punjab and Haryana
The southwest monsoon made landfall in many parts of Punjab and Haryana on Thursday. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in these states in the next two days.
Protest and uproar of opposition continues in Bihar Assembly regarding Agnipath
On the last day of the monsoon session of the Bihar Legislative Assembly, the opposition’s uproar over the Agnipath scheme continued. During the question hour itself, the opposition started shouting slogans regarding Agnipath.
New Zealand PM calls on democracies to stand firm against China
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand’s first formal address to NATO has urged democracies to stand firm as China is “more assertive” and “ready to challenge international rules and norms”. This information has been given in the media report.
The Israeli PM will not participate in general elections
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett will not participate in the upcoming elections. He himself announced it. The reason behind this is believed to be the fall of the government within a year.
Malaysian Open: PV Sindhu, Prannoy reach quarter-finals
Former world champion PV Sindhu and Thomas Cup winner HS Prannoy advanced to the quarterfinals of the Malaysian Open BWF World Tour Super 750 event today.
PM reviews situation arising out of landslides in Manipur
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Manipur Chief Minister N. Spoke to Biren Singh and reviewed the situation arising out of the tragic landslide in the state.
Prime Minister tweeted –
“Spoke to Manipur CM Shri @NBirenSingh Ji and reviewed the situation due to a tragic landslide. Assured all possible support from the Centre. I pray for the safety of all those affected.
My thoughts are with the bereaved families. May the injured recover soon.”
The government trained the first batch of village engineers, this model will be replicated in other districts
About 140 tribal youth who became village engineers were today given skill certificates in a function organized under the chairmanship of Madhya Pradesh Governor Mangubhai Patel.
Union Minister Rajiv Chandrashekhar attended the ceremony through a virtual medium. He congratulated the trainees for successfully completing the skill training and acquiring the skill and called this skill the “passport to prosperity”.
Justice Shri Alok Aradhe appointed as Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court
According to a press release by the Ministry of Law and Justice, in the exercise of the power conferred by Article 223 of the Constitution of India, the President has appointed Justice Shri Alok Aradhe, the senior-most Judge of the High Court of Karnataka, to perform the duties of the office of the Chief Justice of this Court. has been appointed. This appointment has been made in the light of the retirement of Justice Shri Ritu Raj Awasthi, Chief Justice, High Court of Karnataka with effect from 03.07.2022.