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19 hours agoAuthor: Shubhendu Pratap Bhoomandal, News Brief Editor

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During Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, many people entered Rahul’s security cordon. Due to this the journey had to be stopped on Friday. Rahul then held a press conference. He said – the security system of the police has collapsed. The policemen who control the crowd either left or were not seen. My security personnel said that we could not go any further.

At the same time, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said that the lapse in Rahul’s security during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir is disturbing. The country has already lost two PMs and many leaders. We demand better security for the passengers. The yatra will begin today from Awantipora, 33 km from Srinagar.

On the other hand, the controversy over the screening of BBC documentary ‘The Modi Question’ has reached Delhi University after JNU, Jamia and Hyderabad University. The central government has already banned this documentary.

The Congress student wing NSUI had announced a screening of the documentary at Delhi University, but when the screening could not take place, students protested outside the Arts Faculty, following which the police detained the protesting students. Section 144 has been imposed near the Arts Faculty. At the same time, the university administration says that no permission was sought for the screening. We cannot allow this.

Today’s major events, which will be watched

  1. PM Modi will address the annual rally of NCC in Delhi.
  2. Home Minister Amit Shah will hold a public meeting in Belgaum, Karnataka.

5 big news, which will keep you updated…

1. Rahul’s security cordon broken in Jammu and Kashmir, Venugopal targets Lieutenant Governor

During Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, many people entered Rahul’s security cordon. Due to this the journey had to be stopped on Friday. Responding to the allegations of lapse in security, Jammu and Kashmir’s Additional Chief Secretary Home RK Goyal said – The government is serious about security. All the best and possible security arrangements have been made for the Bharat Jodo Yatra.

At the same time, Congress leader KC Venugopal targeted Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha for the security lapse. Venugopal blamed police officers and CRPF personnel for the breach in security.
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2. Captain Amarinder may be the next Governor of Maharashtra, is a member of the National Executive of BJP
Former Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh may be the next Governor of Maharashtra. It is being told that a consensus has been reached in the top leadership of BJP. However, the party has not confirmed this. Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the current governor of Maharashtra, had recently expressed his desire to step down. Amarinder is part of the 83-member national executive of the BJP.

Captain Amarinder Singh has been the MLA from Patiala and the President of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee. He previously served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from 2002 to 2007. His father was the last Maharaja of Patiala State. Captain Amarinder Singh has also served in the Indian Army from 1963 to 1966.
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3. Uproar in DU over BBC documentary screening, screening of Kashmir Files in protest against documentary

Congress student wing NSUI had announced the screening of BBC documentary ‘The Modi Question’ at Delhi University. The students said that they wanted to see this documentary, while the police were not allowing them to see it. At the same time, the police say that this documentary has been banned, so its screening cannot be allowed.

A day earlier on Thursday, there was a dispute between Students Federation of India (SFI) and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) regarding this documentary in Hyderabad University. In Hyderabad, SFI screened the controversial documentary to over 400 students. In response, the students’ wing of the RSS and ABVP activists screened ‘The Kashmir Files’ on the university campus.
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4. India’s notice to PAK on Indus Water Treaty, given 90 days for talks
For the first time, India has sought amendment to the Indus Water Treaty. A notice has been issued to Pakistan regarding the amendment in the Indus Waters Treaty of 1960. Actually India wants change in the water treaty, but the neighboring country is avoiding it. Instead of talking to India, Pakistan reaches the World Bank.

Through this notice, India has given Pakistan an opportunity to conduct inter-governmental negotiations in 90 days to rectify the material breach of the International Water Treaty (IWT). Pakistan had objected to India’s Kishanganga and Ratle Hydro Electric Projects (HEPs). He had reached the Court of Arbitration for a decision on this. This act of Pakistan is against Article IX of the Dispute Settlement of IWT.
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5. Loss of 1.32 lakh crore to Adani from a report, 2.75 lakh crore of investors drowned

Forensic financial research firm Hindenburg in its report accused Adani Group of fraud. After this report, the shares of Adani Group companies continued to fall. Shares of Adani Total Gas and Adani Transmission fell by 20-20%. According to Bloomberg, Adani lost more than Rs 1.44 lakh crore. Is.

Adani’s net worth has reduced by more than 10% in 3 days. The market cap of Adani’s companies has also decreased. Due to this, the investors have also suffered a loss of more than 2.75 lakh crores. Hindenburg had told in the report released on Wednesday that all the 7 major listed companies of Adani Group have very high debt. The shares of all the group companies are also overvalued by more than 85%. Adani Group manipulated the shares.
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Some important news in the headline…

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  2. After Digvijay, Rashid Alvi said- Show the video of the surgical strike: DSP who gave shelter to the terrorists was questioned – where did he disappear? (Read full news)
  3. Karnataka CM took the mike from the hand of the saint: Ishwaranandpuri was speaking on social issues, CM said – does not give trust, solves the problem too (Read full news)
  4. Supreme Court of Nepal sacks Deputy PM: Contested elections without giving up American citizenship, now will have to leave the post of Home Minister as well (Read full news)
  5. Mike Pompeo insulted Sushma Swaraj in the book: Former diplomat of Pakistan said – Wrote lies to sell the book (Read full news)

News but something different…

Mini Africa in India, but spoke Gujarati-Hindi, the Nawabs of Junagadh were brought as slaves

Ratanpur village of Jhagadia tehsil is about 35 km from Bharuch in Gujarat. Siddi Muslims of African origin live here. Appearance, dress, culture, everything like the people of Africa, but speak fluent Gujarati and Hindi. They dance dhamaal. Who is his identity in the whole world, but God’s worship for him. There are many stories of Siddis coming to India.

According to some historians, Siddi Muslims went to Africa about 800 years ago, the Nawab of Junagadh. There he fell in love with an African woman. After staying in Africa for a few days, the Nawab returned to India with the woman. The woman had also brought some male and female slaves with her. These people were physically strong. Worked more than others. Nawab hired them. Gradually their number increased. Today their population has increased to more than 65 thousand. To know the full story of this community click here…

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