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Police seize over Rs 17 Cr Cash and 4 kg of gold at the residence of an international cricket bookmaker in Maharashtra

Maharashtra | A Gondia-based international cricket bookmaker lured a businessman to invest in doctored betting apps and then tricked him out of over Rs 58 crore. Nagpur Police raided his residence in Kaka Chowk and seized over Rs 17 crore in cash, gold weighing around 4 kg and 200 kg of silver. The accused fled before the police raided his home. Further investigation in progress: Amitesh Kumar, CP Nagpur

BJP says party employee stabbed to death in Bengal’s Uttar Dinajpur by TMC goons

Security was tightened in Islampur area in Uttar Dinajpur, West Bengal as a 12-hour general strike was called by BJYM in Islampur.

BJYM State Chairman Indranil Khan claims that a party worker from Islampur, Uttar Dinajpur was stabbed to death in his shop.

Surajit Sen, Deputy Chairman of BJP District, Uttar Dinajpur, said, “Yesterday, a cloth merchant was stabbed to death for protesting against goons associated with TMC who demanded money from him. He died before he reached the hospital. We called for a general strike in Islampur area. We called on the people of Islampur to support the strike.”

‘Let me meet survivors of sexual assault’: DCW chief says he was denied permission to visit Manipur

DCW leader Swati Maliwal said: “I have written to the government of Manipur that I want to visit the state and meet survivors of sexual assault. I received a letter from Manipur government in which they suggested that I postpone my visit as the law and order situation in the state is not good. I only want to visit Manipur to help the victims.

“I have decided to travel to Manipur and I call on the state government not to stop me but to make arrangements for me to meet the survivors of sexual assault so that we can contact them and provide them with all possible help,” she added.

She said, “I will also visit Rajasthan and West Bengal if such cases come from these states. I visit Manipur as an activist and to make sure that these survivors get help. I assure the government of Manipur that I am not going there to create trouble. It is important that I visit Manipur and I visit Manipur.”

Customs seize over 1kg of gold with Rs 48 Lakhs at Cochin airport in Kerala

Kerala: Customs seized 1,005 kg of gold with Rs 48 lakhs at Cochin International Airport. Further investigation is ongoing: Customs Department

A Ukrainian drone attack causes a massive explosion in an ammunition depot in Crimea annexed to Russia

A Ukrainian drone strike on Saturday caused a massive explosion at an ammunition depot in Russia-annexed Crimea, forcing the evacuation of nearby homes in the latest attack since Moscow canceled a landmark grain deal amid strenuous efforts by Kyiv to retake its occupied territories, AP reports.

Israeli protesters rally in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem against judicial reform bill ahead of final vote next week

Tens of thousands of Israeli protesters gathered in Tel Aviv and near parliament in Jerusalem, stepping up action against a controversial judicial reform bill that will go to a final vote early next week, AFP reports.

Assam Agri Min and Meghalaya Dy CM discuss areas of differences between two states

Meghalaya Dy CM Prestone Tynsong said, “We had a joint Assam and Meghalaya regional committee meeting… We took a decision on three areas of differences. Both parties made presentations and we discussed all the details.

“Today’s meeting was good. We have decided to meet again on August 25 and before that, the two Deputy Commissioners will visit the relevant areas. We will jointly visit the Dimoria site on August 26…”: Atul Bora, Minister of Agriculture of Assam

4 dead after burst hot water pipe in Moscow shopping mall, 10 injured: report

Four people were killed and 10 injured after a hot water pipe burst at a shopping mall in western Moscow, Reuters reports

1 dead and 15 injured in Russian night attack on Odessa in Ukraine

At least one person was killed and 15 injured in a Russian attack on the southern Ukrainian port city of Odessa, the region’s governor announced on Sunday, AFP reported.


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Violence in Manipur: Gujarat tribal belt to observe Bandh on July 23

A bandh will be observed in the Gujarat tribal belt on Sunday to protest ethnic violence and atrocities against women in Manipur, PTI news agency quoted a tribal leader as saying. According to a party spokesperson, the opposition Congress decided to support the bandh in protest against the “failure” of the ruling BJP to control the situation in the northeastern state. Several tribal groups, including Adivasi Ekta Manch, have joined forces to call for the closure of predominantly tribal districts in Gujarat.

“On Sunday, a bandh will be observed in the Gujarat tribal belt in line with the tribal community’s call to protest against violence and atrocities against women in Manipur; Madhya Pradesh urination incident and atrocities against the tribes of Gujarat,” said tribal leader Praful Vasava, who recently resigned from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), according to PTI.

He said the call for the shutdown was made with the consensus of various tribal organizations and other socio-political organizations, rather than under the banner of a single organization or political party.

Delhi Metro’s Blue Line operations will be regulated for maintenance work on Sunday

Delhi Metro has announced that train operations on a busy section of the blue line between Rajiv Chowk and Mandi House metro stations will be restricted on Sunday July 23. This decision is part of planned maintenance work to ensure the proper functioning and safety of the line. Due to this regulation, train services between Rajiv Chowk and Mandi House stations will be temporarily suspended until 6 a.m. on the specified date. Barakhamba Road metro station will also be closed during this period until train services resume.

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An Overview of Global Events in 2023

In 2023, the world witnessed a myriad of events that left a lasting impact on global affairs. From political developments and economic shifts to environmental challenges and breakthroughs in science and technology, the year was marked by significant changes and a sense of urgency for collective action. Here’s an overview of some of the latest world news in 2023.

Political Unrest and Diplomatic Strides:
In the political arena, several regions experienced unrest and geopolitical tensions. The ongoing conflict in the Middle East continued to dominate headlines, with efforts towards peace and stability remaining elusive. However, there were also moments of diplomatic breakthroughs as nations engaged in dialogues to ease tensions and work towards lasting solutions.

Economic Transformations:
The global economy faced both challenges and opportunities. Trade disputes between major powers affected markets, while some countries grappled with debt crises. On the other hand, emerging economies showed resilience and promising growth, fueling optimism for a more balanced global economic landscape.

Technological Advancements:
Innovation surged forward in the tech industry, with breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, renewable energy, and space exploration. Quantum computing achieved milestones, promising radical transformations across industries. Renewable energy sources gained traction, with many countries setting ambitious goals to combat climate change.

Climate Crisis and Environmental Resilience:
As the climate crisis intensified, extreme weather events wreaked havoc in various parts of the world. Wildfires, hurricanes, and floods reminded humanity of the urgent need for climate action. In response, governments and communities across the globe doubled down on efforts to reduce carbon emissions, invest in sustainable infrastructure, and protect biodiversity.

Health and Pandemic Management:
Health remained a global priority as countries continued to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. With the emergence of new variants, vaccination efforts and public health measures remained crucial to curbing the spread of the virus. There were also significant advancements in medical research and technology, offering hope for better preparedness in handling future health crises.

Sports and Cultural Milestones:
Amidst the challenges, the world found moments of joy and unity through sports and culture. International sporting events brought together athletes from diverse backgrounds, promoting solidarity and camaraderie. Cultural exchanges and celebrations showcased the richness of human diversity and fostered mutual understanding.

In conclusion, the year 2023 was a dynamic period filled with significant events that shaped the course of history. From political unrest to technological advancements and environmental challenges, the world witnessed the complexities of the global landscape. While obstacles remained, there were also encouraging developments and collaborative efforts towards a more sustainable, peaceful, and prosperous future for all nations. As we move forward, the lessons learned from these events serve as a reminder of the importance of collective action and cooperation to address shared global challenges.