E-visas for over 100 Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan, Neeraj Chopra and more


Zelenskyy visits frontline cities of Mykolaiv and Odessa to boost morale of soldiers and medics

As the Russian-Ukrainian war continues to escalate with the Kremlin aiming to capture more and more territory, embattled Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy recently moved out of the nation’s capital, Kyiv, to the cities of southern front line, Mykolaiv and Odessa. According to a BBC report, Russian forces attempted to seize the Black Sea coast and identified the two cities as major targets. According to the president’s office, Zelenskyy examined the damaged structures and spoke with soldiers, authorities and medical personnel.

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Agnipath Protests: 140 FIR Filed, 725 Arrests Made Amid Rampant Bihar Protests

As the massive protests and vandalism against the Centre’s Agnipath military recruitment program continues in Bihar, the state police have now filed 140 FIRs in relation to the same. Clashes, vandalism, arson and rock throwing were reported in several districts of the state. Police have arrested 725 people over protests that have turned violent in recent days.

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Kabul attack: MHA grants electronic visas to more than 100 Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan as a priority

Following the horrific Gurdwara terrorist attack in Kabul on Saturday, the Interior Ministry acted quickly and granted electronic visas to a number of Sikhs and Hindus living in Afghanistan on a priority basis.

According to government sources, more than 100 electronic visas were granted by the Interior Ministry after the terrorist attack on Karte Parwan Gurudwara in Kabul on Saturday, in which at least two people were killed. Speaking to Republic about the development, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesperson RP Singh said it was a welcome move by the Indian government. He also appreciated the quick action taken by the MHA and said the ministry worked overtime to ensure immediate aid to minorities living in Taliban Afghanistan.

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Bangladesh to close shopping malls and markets after 8 p.m. to save electricity and energy

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has instructed all relevant officials to take all key measures to close shops, stores, malls and markets across the country after 8 p.m. every day. According to Bangladesh’s national news agency BSS, the measures were taken with the aim of saving electricity and energy in the face of the continuous rise in electricity and energy prices around the world. .

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MLC Polls: MP Ravi Rana Fears Arrest; ‘MVA Govt urging me not to vote for BJP

Launching another attack on the Maharashtra government, independent MP Ravi Rana has alleged that he is being pressured not to vote for the BJP in the upcoming MLC polls. Rana, who has been at odds with MVA since his arrest in the Hanuman Chalisa row, had voted for the saffron party in the recently concluded Rajya Sabha elections. In a video message on Saturday, the Badnera lawmaker claimed that police came to arrest him at his home in Khar when he was not at home. Arguing that this action was linked to the election of the MLC, he pledged to challenge it legally.

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Kuortane Games: Fans sweat over Neeraj Chopra’s injury after bad fall on wet track

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games gold medalist for India, Neeraj Chopra grabbed headlines on Saturday night for his thrilling performance at the Kuortone 2022 Games. Chopra picked up the gold medal in the javelin throw at the Games de Kourtone by throwing a record distance of 86.69m in his first attempt and continued his stellar form into the new season. However, Chopra tripped and crashed to the ground on his third attempt in the event in wet conditions, raising concerns over the 24-year-old’s injury.

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UK won’t give in to ‘Ukraine fatigue’ because Putin’s win would be ‘catastrophe’: Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who recently visited war-torn Ukraine, reaffirmed Britain’s support for Kyiv, warning of the risk of “Ukrainian fatigue” as forces Russian invasion forces continue to destroy Ukrainian cities for more than four months. He said it was essential to show the UK was there for the “long term” and would continue to provide “strategic resilience”.

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BJP alleges link between Congress and Agnipath protest, cites Rahul Gandhi’s ‘India will burn’ quip

In a key development on Sunday, the BJP alleged that Congress was involved in the incidents of violence during protests across India against the Agnipath program. Taking to Twitter, BJP IT Unit Chief Amit Malviya made the accusation quoting former Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s speech to Chintan Shivir in May, in which he predicted that India would burn in the next few days. Additionally, Malviya claimed that Uttar Pradesh police arrested some Congress leaders who had engaged in vandalism during the Agnipath protests.

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WHO removes distinction between endemic and non-endemic nations to boost fight against monkeypox

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that it has removed the distinction between endemic and non-endemic countries in its data collected on monkeypox for an improved unified response to the virus. The disease has been detected on several continents after being generally confined to West and Central African countries.

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Assam floods: Indian army saves thousands of lives in several districts during rescue operations

The rains that hit Assam state from June 15 affected about 19 lakh people, according to the state’s Disaster Management Authority. Due to continuous heavy rains in different parts of Assam, rivers are rising above dangerous levels causing flooding and flooding in rural and urban areas of the state.

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