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Six Assam cops killed in border violence with Mizoram

Big Breaking news coming in from Assam and Mizoram Border, as firing and explosions of bomb happened on the border of Mizoram and Assam. Times Now reports According to their sources, at least 10 Assam police officers have been injured.

The whole incident happened in the Cachar District of Assam. The Assam Government went to construct the road in that particular area, the authorities faced firing from the miscreants Mizoram side in the air.

BS Yediyurappa Breaks Down, Resigns As Karnataka Chief Minister

Politicians react to BSY’s exit; Siddaramaiah terms him ‘most corrupt Karnataka CM’

Vijay Mallya was declared bankrupt by UK court

In a big win for Indian banks, the London High Court on July 26 declared fugitive Indian businessman Vijay Mallya bankrupt, News18 reported.

Uproar over Pegasus continues in Parliament, 2 Bills passed in Lok Sabha

In Rajya Sabha, MPs belonging to the Congress, Trinamool Congress (TMC), and other opposition parties rushed into the well of the House, raising slogans against the government.

The uproar over farm laws and the alleged snooping using Pegasus spyware continued in Parliament on Monday, with both Houses being repeatedly adjourned amid the din.

Lok Sabha passes Factoring Regulation Bill & National Institutes of Food Technology Bill

Elon Musk says Tesla may open a factory in India, but on one condition

Rahul Gandhi rides tractor to Parliament to protest against new farm laws

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Monday drove a tractor to reach the Parliament to register his protest against the three farm laws. The Congress leader said that he has brought farmers’ message to the Parliament.

India’s first individual medal at the Olympics came in wrestling, with KD Jadhav winning bronze at Helsinki in 1952.

This time Seven Indian wrestlers have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with six grapplers set to make their maiden appearance at the Games, and all of them will compete in the freestyle category.

PM Modi to address the nation on 29th July on completion of one year of transformational reforms under NEP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on the 29th of this month on the completion of one year of transformational reforms under the National Education Policy.

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in a tweet that the NEP, 2020 is a guiding philosophy for changing the learning landscape, making education holistic and building strong foundations for an Atmanirbhar Bharat.

Mandatory to clear all dues of MSMEs within a stipulated time of 45 days: Centre

Centre today said in view of the Covid pandemic it has made it mandatory to clear all the dues of MSMEs within a stipulated time of 45 days to provide relief to such entities.

In reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said all the dues of MSMEs pending at the Centre are being cleared under this stipulated time frame.

Noted veteran actress Jayanthi passes away

Noted veteran actress Jayanthi passed away in Bengaluru today due to age-related ailments. She was 76. Starting her acting career in 1963, Jayanthi has over 500 movies to her credit in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi.

US President Joe Biden to host Iraqi PM Mustafa al-Kadhimi at White House

 US President, Joe Biden will host Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi today at the White House over the future of US troops in Iraq. Today’s meeting also comes amid continued attacks against U.S. military positions in Iraq that the United States blames on Iran-linked militias.  A drone attack last Saturday hit a military base in Iraqi Kurdistan that hosts American troops.

Monsoon session of Bihar and Chhattisgarh state legislatures begins today

The five days monsoon session of the Bihar assembly began on a stormy note. The monsoon session of the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha also began today. This session will have five sittings and conclude on July 30.

India to explore indigenous deposits of Phosphatic rock, a step towards becoming #AatmaNirbhar in Fertilizer production: Union Min. Mansukh Mandviya

Focus is on scaling up production of fertilizers through indigenous raw materials said the Minister

In the news: Bob Moses, Afghanistan, Luka Dončić, Climate change, Handball, Chinese Communist Party, Flood, Katie Ledecky, Ariarne Titmus, China.

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