Morning News Brief: Congress moving towards split due to mobilization of rebel leaders, decision of International Court – Russia should stop the war immediately

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16 hours agoWriter: Ajit Panwar, News Brief Editor

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There is little hope of ending the war between Russia and Ukraine. Both countries are close to a ceasefire agreement. The International Court of Justice has asked Russia to immediately stop the attacks. Here, in India, the Congress leaders are attacking each other. The disgruntled leaders of the party have given some suggestions to the Congress after 5 hours of meeting. Read the big news of the country and the world in just 5 minutes in the Morning News Brief…

First of all, today’s major events, which will be seen

  1. Schools and colleges will reopen in Udupi after the Karnataka High Court’s decision on Hijab.
  2. Muslim organizations called Karnataka bandh for not allowing hijab in schools and colleges.
  3. Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad will meet Sonia Gandhi on the proposal of G-23.

5 big news that will keep you updated

1. Ukraine’s big victory in the ICJ, Russia ordered to stop the attack

Ukraine got a major victory in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the 21st day of the war against Russia. ICJ asks Russia to stop attacking Ukraine. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said that Ukraine has won against Russia at the ICJ. He has to obey orders under international law. Zelensky also asked Biden for help while giving a speech in the US Congress.
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2. Disgruntled Congress leaders met at Ghulam Nabi Azad’s house, meeting lasted for 5 hours
The leaders of the G-23 faction, demanding a change in the leadership of the Congress, held a meeting for 5 hours at the house of Ghulam Nabi Azad. These leaders said in a joint statement that it is necessary to strengthen the Congress to oppose the BJP. For the first time in such a meeting, Shankar Singh Vaghela, Captain Amarinder Singh’s wife Preneet Kaur and Mani Shankar Aiyar also attended.
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3. Pakistan said – the court’s decision on hijab against religious freedom
The Karnataka High Court’s decision on Hijab did not go down well with Pakistan. Its foreign ministry said that this decision is against religious freedom. Now the guise of secularism is being used to target Muslims. The court’s decision clearly fails to uphold the freedom of religious rituals and violates human rights.
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4. Bhagwant Mann’s advice as soon as he becomes CM – people have to remain as they are

Bhagwant Mann took oath as the CM of Punjab. As soon as he took power, he told the leaders of his party that there is no arrogance at all. I shouldn’t have come across this kind of news. We are like the people, and will remain as the people. Mann arrived 50 minutes late for the swearing-in ceremony due to bad weather. A pandal was set up in about 13 acres for the programme.
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5. The Kashmir Files’ new record, earnings increased for the 5th consecutive day
The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ made on Kashmiri Pandits is making records of earnings every day. The film has collected 60 crores till now. The film earned 18 crores on the 5th day, which is a record. Even big banner films have not been able to earn so much on the 5th day of release. Kashmir Files is the only film whose collection is increasing instead of decreasing.
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Some important news in the headline…

  1. India’s second defeat in the Women’s World Cup, England, who did not win a single match in the tournament, defeated by 4 wickets (read full news)
  2. Babar Azam’s world record, became the captain to score the highest score in the fourth innings of Test cricket (read full news)
  3. After the defeat, the process of resignations continues in the Congress, social media co-ordinator Gaurav Pandhi quits (read full news)

News but something different…
Russia moving towards starvation due to Putin’s whims, food and drink are up to 45% expensive
The Russian people are also paying the price for the war between Russia and Ukraine. Because of this war, Russia has been attacked by inflation, not missiles or air. Food prices have gone up by up to 45%. A grocery item available for Rs 3,500 is being available for Rs 5,100. The price of milk has doubled in the last two weeks. read about russia Bhaskar depth In…

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The photo which is news in itself…

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck Japan on Wednesday night. This caused power outages in the capital Tokyo and Yokohama. Apartments and streets, everywhere it turned dark. Japan’s Metrological Department has issued a tsunami alert. After this, there was a stampede situation in Tokyo. As of now, there is no news of any damage. Waves up to a meter have risen in some sea areas.

what happened today in history
On this day 3 years ago, Manohar Parrikar, the biggest face of BJP, died in Goa. He breathed his last at the age of 63 after a long battle with cancer. Parrikar, who studied at IIT Bombay, did not use the CM House for many years despite being the CM of Goa. He lived in his house. Many times leaving the government car and reaching the assembly by scooter. They were seen drinking tea anywhere without security. He always traveled economy class on flights and used to pay mobile and telephone bills out of his own pocket. (Read today’s other events…)

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