The big news of 5 May 2023, Top 10 headlines 5 May 2023, Breaking news of 5 May 2023
Manipur: Article 355 invoked, Army flag march continues, additional troops airlifted from Assam
In view of the widespread unrest in Manipur, the central government on Friday invoked Article 355 in the state to control the situation. Article 355 is a part of the emergency provisions contained in the Constitution which empowers the Center to take all necessary steps for the defense of the State against internal disturbances and external aggression.
Questions are being raised on social media regarding this and the central government should clarify its position.
Manipur DGP P Doungel: “Article 355 is there so that Centre takes more attention on the affairs of the State and that is why the adviser has been sent.”
The officer sitting next, nudges him to stop.
MHA yet to issue any official statement on Art 355.
No notification yet. pic.twitter.com/iclwWVM5T5
— Vijaita Singh (@vijaita) May 5, 2023
Sharad Pawar bowed to the wishes of the party, will remain the president of NCP
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar on Friday announced that he will not step down as party chief, ending four days of turmoil in the organization since May 2.
Caste census is the demand of the majority of people, it will be done: Lalu Yadav
RJD President Lalu Prasad has claimed that caste enumeration is the demand of the majority of the people and it will happen after the Patna High Court stayed the caste-based enumeration in Bihar. RJD President Prasad, while targeting the BJP on Friday, tweeted from his Twitter account that the caste census is the demand of the majority of the people and it will continue to happen. He questioned why the BJP is afraid of counting the majority of backward castes.
Congress targets Amit Shah, 640 crores for Sanskrit, 3 crores for Kannada
The Congress party on Friday targeted Home Minister Amit Shah for promoting all languages equally in the country. The party’s question is why the government is spending only Rs 3 crore on the promotion of the Kannada language, while a budget of Rs 640 crore has been kept for Sanskrit. Kannada has the status of the sixth classical language of India.
The HM has claimed in an interview that the BJP stands for ‘promotion’ of all languages…
1. Is that why the Modi Govt has spent Rs 640 cr to promote Sanskrit and JUST Rs 3 cr to support promotion of Kannada, one of the six classical languages of the country?
2. Is that why the…
— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) May 5, 2023
Congress, RJD demands President’s rule in violence-hit Manipur
Days, after violent clashes broke out in Manipur, the Congress and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Friday, urged President Draupadi Murmu to impose President’s rule in the state.
Delhi High Court summoned Union Health Secretary
According to media reports, the Delhi High Court has summoned the Secretary of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on several petitions related to the treatment of children suffering from rare diseases like Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Hunter syndrome.
S Jaishankar seeks support for making English the third official language of SCO
India’s Foreign Minister Dr S. Jaishankar on Friday sought the support of the members to make English the third official language of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
Two more arrested in TSPSC paper leak case
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Telangana Police probing the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) exam paper leak case has arrested two more accused.
Four were killed in an elephant attack in Jharkhand’s Latehar and Giridih, three dead from the same family
Four people have lost their lives in two separate attacks by elephants in Jharkhand. Elephants crushed three people of the same family at Chandwa in Latehar district, while in Giridih also one person was killed in their attack.
Violence-hit Manipur people take refuge in Assam
In the wake of ongoing unrest in Manipur, several families have crossed the border to Assam’s Cachar district in search of shelter. Officials gave this information on Friday.
Sneha Wagh and Kamya Punjabi’s new show
TV actresses Sneha Wagh and Kamya Punjabi will be seen in the new drama ‘Neerja… Ek Nayi Pehchaan’. The show is the story of a mother-daughter duo who live in Sonagachi.
Nothing will happen if ‘The Kerala Story’ is screened in the state: Kerala HC
According to media reports, on the day of the release of the controversial film ‘The Kerala Story’, the Kerala High Court, while hearing a petition seeking a ban on it, said that nothing will happen in a secular state like Kerala.
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