#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 18 April 2022

Top 10 headlines this night

Lakhimpur Kheri murder case: Supreme Court cancels Ashish Mishra’s bail

The Supreme Court today cancelled the bail of Ashish Mishra, the main accused in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case, and ordered him to surrender within a week.

After the decision of the Supreme Court, Congress said, ‘When will the PM finally sack Teni?

The Congress has intensified its attack on the Center after the Supreme Court cancelled the bail of Lakhimpur Kheri violence prime accused Ashish Mishra and directed him to surrender within a week, asking whether Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni should now be allowed will be dismissed?

“Dusted And Rusted Approach”: BJP Chief Slams Opposition In Open Letter

In the latest development, Bharatiya Janta Party chief JP Nadda accused opposition parties of engaging in ‘petty’, ‘divisive’, and ‘vote bank’ politics. He stated the list of communal violence incidents during Congress’s rule is long. Nadda’s open letter comes in the wake of a group of opposition parties issuing a joint statement targeting PM Modi over his “silence” on the spate of communal clashes across the country on Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.

On allegations of unilateral investigation, Delhi Police Commissioner said, ‘No one will be discriminated against’

According to media reports, Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has said that the police is not discriminating against anyone, denying all allegations that the investigation of Jahangirpuri communal violence was one-sided and targeting only members of a particular community.

Rahul Gandhi took a jibe at the appointment of the new UPSC chairman, calling the UPSC ‘Union Pracharak Sangh Commission’

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attacked the central government over the appointment of the chairman of UPSC. In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi said, ” Union Pracharak Sangh Commission.

India’s Constitution is being demolished, one Institution at a time.”

The former army chief raised questions about Mann’s meeting with British MP Dhesi

It has been told in media reports that former Army Chief General J.J. Singh has sought clarifications from Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and AAP’s Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha on a meeting with British Labor Party MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi, who has an anti-India stand on the Kashmir issue.

Auto-taxi strike begins in Delhi

In Delhi-NCR, several associations of auto, taxi and minibus drivers have called for a strike today to demand a reduction in CNG prices, a hike in fares and other demands.

Gas leak in Karnataka fish factory kills 3 workers

According to the information received, three labourers from West Bengal died and the condition of more than eight is said to be critical after poisonous gas leaked at a fish factory in Mangaluru, Karnataka.

Delhi: Corona test is not necessary to come to school!

Schools in Delhi opened on Monday after four days off. However, the two schools in Delhi where corona positive cases were found remained closed on Monday as well. Schools say that the school has been kept closed due to the process of sanitization. The school has sent a message to the parents of all the students asking them not to send their children to school on Monday. However, the Delhi government says that only the part or wing of the school in which cases of coronavirus are found should be closed.

Tunisia’s President orders to control of hydrocarbon leaks in the sea

Tunisia’s President Kais Saied has instructed the Navy to control the environmental impact of a sunken fuel ship to prevent potential disasters.

US citizens were frightened by shooting incidents

During 24 hours, there were many incidents of firing in America, in which many casualties have occurred. The American public is in an atmosphere of fear.

On the morning of April 17, the police of the city of Pittsburgh in the US state of Pennsylvania received a report of a shooting incident. As police personnel reached the spot, they heard gunshots and saw some youths running away. A total of 11 people have been injured in this incident, among them, two minors were seriously injured and later died.

China will complete the construction of the space station this year

According to information received from the Press Office of the Chinese State Council, in 2022, China will complete the construction of the space station. According to Hao Xuan, the head of the Chinese Manned Space Program Office, the construction of the Chinese space station will be carried out in two phases of key technology testing and construction.

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