Morning News Podcast: Strong welcome for Olympic medalists, PM Modi gave 5 principles to the world, the government said in Parliament – no deal for Pegasus

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Today is Tuesday, date 10 August 2021; Shravan month, Shukla Paksha and Dwitiya Tithi

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

  1. PM Narendra Modi will launch the Ujjwala 2.0 scheme through video conferencing in Mahoba, UP.
  2. The Supreme Court will hear the ongoing case in the Pegasus spyware espionage case.
  3. The bail plea of ​​Raj Kundra and his accomplice Ryan Thorpe will be heard in the porn movie case.
  4. The BJP Parliamentary Party meeting will be held in view of the last week of the monsoon session of Parliament.

Now tomorrow’s major news, which will keep you updated

1. India’s medalists returned from Tokyo, warm welcome in Delhi

All the medalists of the Tokyo Olympics have returned to the country. Neeraj Chopra, Ravi Dahiya, Bajrang Punia, Lovlina Borgohain and the men’s hockey team were accorded a warm welcome at the Delhi airport. After this all these athletes were honored at the Ashoka Hotel in Delhi itself. Sports Minister Anurag Thakur, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju and Minister of State for Sports Nishith Pramanik were present in this program.
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2. PM Modi gave 5 principles in the open debate of UNSC
While presiding over the Open Debate in the United Nations Security Council for the first time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave 5 principles to the world. He gave these principles to enhance maritime security and connectivity. Modi said that the ocean is our common heritage. Sea routes are the lifeline of international trade. I am confident that on the basis of these principles a global roadmap for maritime security can be formed.
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3. Slogans of Jai Shri Ram raised in Pakistan, saffron flags waved
There is resentment in the Hindu society against the destruction of temples and atrocities on minorities in Pakistan. They demonstrated outside the Karachi Press Club and raised slogans of Jai Shri Ram and Har Har Mahadev. Sikhs, Christians, Parsis and other communities also participated in the protest. The protesters were carrying saffron flags in their hands. Mufti Faisal of Karachi also participated in this demonstration of minorities.
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4. Commodore who destroyed Karachi Port in 1971 war is no more
Commodore Kasaragod Patnashetty Gopal Rao, a hero of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, died in Chennai. Rao, 94, played an important role in liberating East Pakistan from Pakistani occupation. Rao led a group of the Navy’s Western Fleet. On the night of 4 December 1971, he entered the Pakistani sea and attacked Karachi Port and destroyed it.
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5.Government’s reply in Parliament – ​​No transaction with the firm that made Pegasus
Amid the Pegasus spying controversy, the Defense Ministry has told parliament that it has no dealings with NSO, an Israeli group that sells spyware. There were allegations of this group using Pegasus software to monitor people’s phones around the world. The opposition was constantly asking questions to the government on this issue. Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt replied in the Rajya Sabha.
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6. With the opposition government on the right to amend the OBC list
For the first time, the central government has got the support of the opposition amidst the uproar and protest in the ongoing monsoon session for 21 days. The 127th Amendment Bill of the Constitution was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday. Opposition parties have said that they are with the government on this bill. After passing of this amendment, the state will get the right to list the castes of their choice in the list of OBCs.
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7. War intensifies with Taliban in Afghanistan, US sends B-52 bombers

In Afghanistan, the Taliban have captured several cities in northern Afghanistan, including Kunduz. He has also captured the provincial capital Sar-i-Pul, located in the north of the country. This has caused great difficulty for the Afghan government. To stop the Taliban fighters, the US has sent its most dangerous B-52 bomber and Specter gunship to Afghanistan.
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Some important news, only in the headline

  1. ICMR study revealed, non-Covid patients also faced difficulties in treatment during lockdown
  2. Saif-Kareena named their second son Jahangir, there was a dispute over naming the first son Taimur
  3. Rahul Gandhi’s first visit to Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370, reached Srinagar on a 2-day visit

what happened today in history
The world’s most unique wedding took place 18 years ago. Its bride was in Texas, USA and the groom was in space. All the wedding rituals were completed by video call. On 10 August 2003, Russian Astronaut Yuri Malenchenko married the International Space Station. In April, Russia launched the Expedition-7 mission. The command of this mission was in the hands of Malenchenko. Before leaving for the mission, the date of their marriage was fixed on 10 August. His mission was later extended till October. The wedding preparations were done, so Malenchenko decided to get married from the space itself.

and now today’s thought
The only way to do great things is to do what you love the most. – Steve Jobs

Have a nice day, see you tomorrow…

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