Thursday, October 6, 2022

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    CBI court rejects Ex NSE chief Chitra Ramkrishna’s bail, maybe arrested

    A Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court of Delhi on Saturday refused to grant anticipatory bail to former managing director and chief executive officer of National Stock Exchange (NSE) Chitra Ramkrishna in connection with the NSE co-location case. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is likely to arrest her in connection with the NSE co-location case. Ramakrishna may also approach Delhi High Court.

    Manipur Polls 2nd phase: 28.19% voter turnout till 11AM

    A voter turnout of 28.19 per cent till 11 am was recorded on Saturday as polling across 22 constituencies are underway for the second and final phase of Manipur elections, according to the Election Commission of India. Government data showed the highest voter turnout of 32.68 per cent in Jiribam, followed by 30.66 per cent in Ukhrul and 29.55 per cent in Thoubel. The lowest voter turnout had been recorded at 20.41 per cent at Tamenglong and 27.86 per cent at Senapati.

    BJP MLAs protest outside state assembly, demand Nawab Malik’s resignation

    Maharashtra BJP MLAs protest on the stairs of the state Assembly, demanding the resignation of minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik. He was connected by ED in connection with Dawood Ibrahim money laundering case and is in ED custody till March 7th.

    Ukraine Neo-nazis using civilians as human shields- Putin

    Amid heavy fighting with Ukrainian forces, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said that nationalist "neo-Nazis" units of Ukraine are preventing foreigners, including Indians from leaving the war zone and are using them as human shields. In a video address, Putin on Thursday said, "The fact that we are fighting neo-Nazis is proved by how the hostilities are going, nationalist neo-Nazi's units are using foreign mercenaries from the Middle East. Also, they use civilians as human shields, hiding behind their backs and we have facts, pictures of how they deploy heavy weapons in residential areas."

    India rescue Sri Lanka from financial turmoil

    Due to a severe shortage in oil, gas, medicines, and food items because of a shortage of forex, Sri Lanka was under huge economic crisis, however, India's timely help rescued the emerald island. According to reliable sources, India in the last six months has provided assistance on several fronts to its tiny neighbour to tide over its economic crisis.

    Melinda slams ex-husband Bill Gates on his relations with child molester Epstein

    Melinda French Gates on Thursday criticised her ex-husband Bill Gates for having met multiple times with Jeffrey Epstein, the financier accused of child sex crimes who committed suicide in 2019 while awaiting trial. In her first televised interview since the couple announced their divorce in May, French Gates also acknowledged that she had once met Epstein, saying that afterward she "had nightmares."

    India 109 for 2 at lunch on day one of the 1st test against Lanka

    India were 109/2 at Lunch on Day 1 of the first Test against Sri Lanka at the IS Bindra PCA Stadium in Mohali.  India skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bat. Rohit Sharma was looking very dangerous before throwing away his wicket to Lahiru Kumara in the 10th over. Rohit and Mayank had given India a positive start by taking them past the 50-run mark without any hiccups.

    4.3kg Heroin seized in Ferozepur, Punjab

    Personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) Punjab Frontier foiled an attempt to smuggle contraband and seized approximately 4.3 kg of suspected heroin in the Ferozepur sector, officials said on Friday. The attempt was foiled yesterday by BSF personnel. The confiscated heroin was packed in five different packets and kept in a bag. "Despite adverse weather conditions, alert BSF jawaans foiled the attempt of Anti-national elements to smuggle contraband items an seized 1 bag with 5 Packets weighting approx. 4.3 Kg of suspected heroin in Ferozepur Sector," the BSF Punjab Frontier tweeted.

    8,600 Jan Aushadhi Kendras providing medicines at 50% cost- Health Minister

    Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Friday participated in the heritage walk as part of 'Jan Aushadhi Jan Jagran Abhiyan' in Purana Qila in New Delhi. "Today we had a heritage walk with youth as part of Jan Aushadhi week which is being celebrated from March 1- March 7. Over 8,600 Jan Aushadhi Kendra is being operated across the country which provides affordable and quality medicines," Mandaviya said.

    Ukraine crisis-Indian student shot in Kyiv

    An Indian student has been hospitalised after he was shot with a bullet in the capital city of Ukraine, a few days after an Indian student lost his life in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Speaking on the matter, Minister of State for Ministry of Civil Aviation General VK Singh revealed the information at Poland's Rzeszow airport on Thursday. "A student from Kyiv was reported to have been shot and was immediately admitted to the hospital in Kyiv," he said.



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