In the top story of the day, JD(U) leaderin a ceremony held at Raj Bhavan in Patna. Speaking to the media, he took a veiled attack at Prime Minister and stated the -led NDA regime at the Centre needs to “worry” about its prospects in the 2024 general elections. “Those who came to power in 2014, will they be victorious in 2024? I would like all (opposition) to be united for 2024,” said Nitish, who snapped ties with the BJP before joining forces with Mahagathbandan (Grand Alliance).
While refraining from commenting on his national plan and his Prime Ministerial ambition for the 2024 general elections at this stage, Nitish, who is considered to be among the country’s most astute and seasoned politicians, pointed to awith a common goal of taking on the BJP.
The Supreme Court on Wednesdayover her remarks on Prophet Muhammed and clubbed them with the one registered in the national capital. They will now be investigated by Police’s Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit, which is investigating the Delhi case. The court also gave Sharma protection from arrest till the investigation is completed in the matter.
Justice Uday Umesh Lalit was on Wednesdayafter President signed his warrant of appointment. He will assume charge on August 27 after incumbent N V Ramana demits office the day before. “In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (2) of Article 124 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint Shri Justice Uday Umesh Lalit, judge of the Supreme Court, to be the Chief Justice of India with effect from 27 August, 2022,” a law ministry notification said.
The, an accused in the Bhima case, on medical grounds, news agency PTI reported. While granting bail, a bench headed by Justice U U Lalit said he shall not misuse the liberty in any manner.
Investigations into the communal murders in the coastal Karnataka region of Dakshina Kannada and Mangaluru between July 20 and July 28. As many as nine murders, including the recent three, were tit-for-tat killings, while all involve local gangsters with affiliations to either right-wing Hindutva fringe groups, or the radical Islamist outfit Popular Front of India (PFI).
Limits imposed on domestic airfares will be removed from August 31, after a span of approximately 27 months, the. “The decision to remove air fare caps has been taken after careful analysis of daily demand and prices of air turbine fuel (ATF). Stabilisation has set in and we are certain that the sector is poised for growth in domestic traffic in the near future,” Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said on Twitter.
In the campaign for the Gujarat Assembly elections, theseems to be making a concerted push to woo traders and small businessmen and industrialists. On Wednesday, AAP convener with them, this time in . Kejriwal had earlier held similar town halls in Rajkot and Jamnagar districts of Saurashtra, which are considered the state’s MSME hubs.
The Congress’s “Azadi ki Gaurav” in Uttar Pradesh started off on a dull note on Tuesday, illustrating the problems that the party — debilitated after a series of electoral reverses — faces in the state. The yatra is being organised to mark the week leading up to Independence Day but has received a tepid response so far. But what concerns state Congress leaders and workers the most is the absence of Vadra, who tested positive for on Wednesday. Read to know how Congress activists are reacting.
Almost three years after the novelwas detected in China, a new zoonotic virus has been discovered in the country’s two eastern provinces with 35 infections identified so far. This new type of Henipavirus is also being called Henipavirus or the LayV. What is Langya Henipavirus?
The Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs has written to industry and other concerned stakeholders, inviting them to brainstorm a plan for having one cable for charging all your devices. The ministry’s move comes in the backdrop of the concept of LiFE — Lifestyle for the Environment — announced by the Prime Minister at the UN Climate Change Conference (CoP 26) held in Glasgow in November last year. So, how is the government planning to go ahead with it and what does it mean for the industry?