Morning News Podcast: Taliban capture Kabul without a fight, India withdraws its people from Afghanistan, announces plan of 100 lakh crore from Red Fort

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Today is Monday, date 16 August 2021; Shravan month, Shukla Paksha and Ashtami date

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

  1. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will go to his parliamentary constituency Wayanad. They will stay there for 3 days.
  2. The Mamata government of West Bengal will celebrate Khela Hobe Day across the state.
  3. Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will visit Kerala to review the situation in Corona.
  4. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will visit America. There they will attend UNSC events.

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

1. Modi spoke 90 minutes from Red Fort, announced 100 lakh crore plan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation after hoisting the flag at the Red Fort for the eighth time on the 75th Independence Day. During this he remembered Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Modi made two big announcements in his 90-minute speech. These include Rs 100 lakh crore Gati Shakti Yojana to provide employment to the youth and opening of all Sainik Schools in the country for daughters.
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2. Terror poster boy Burhan Wani’s father hoists the tricolor
Muzaffar Ahmed Wani, father of Burhan Wani, who was the poster boy of terror in Kashmir, hoisted the tricolor in the school. He also sang the national anthem. The commander of terrorist organization Hizbul, Burhan Wani was gunned down by security forces on 8 July 2016. Muzaffar Ahmed is the principal of a government school in Tral. He did flag hosting in his school itself. Teachers were also present during this.
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3. Taliban rule in Afghanistan, capture Rashtrapati Bhavan
The Taliban have captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, President Ashraf Ghani and Vice President Amirullah Saleh left the country along with some close ones. After this the Taliban also captured Rashtrapati Bhavan (Arg). Meanwhile, a council has been formed to restore peace in the country. Former President Hamid Karzai will lead it.
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4. Indians returned home from Kabul, plane came to Delhi carrying 129 people
After the establishment of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, many countries have started expelling their people from there. Many Afghan citizens are also fleeing their homeland. Due to this there was heavy traffic at Kabul airport. Indians stranded in Kabul were also evacuated safely by Air India aircraft. This flight reached Delhi with 129 passengers.
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5. Afghan Defense Minister said – he sold the country by tying our hands behind
Afghan Defense Minister General Bismillah Mohammadi expressed his pain on social media after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Vice President Amirullah Saleh left the country. He wrote that he sold the country by tying our hands behind him. Shame on such rich people, their gang. It is believed that he is pointing towards Ghani and Saleh.
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6. India lost 6 wickets to make 181 runs, lead by 154 runs over England
India have scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets till stumps on the fourth day of the Test being played at Lord’s. Rishabh Pant 14 and Ishant Sharma are unbeaten on 4 runs. Ajinkya Rahane top scored with 61 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara scored 45 runs. Both of them added 100 runs in the fourth wicket partnership. Mark Wood took 3 wickets for England. Team India now has a total lead of 154 runs.
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7. Attempted ball tampering at Lord’s, England players rubbed the ball

England players were seen trying to press and rub the ball with their shoes during the Indian innings at Lord’s. Virender Sehwag, who was commentating on the match, questioned this. He has posted a photo and wrote that what is happening, is it an attempt to ball-tampering England players or measures to prevent Kovid. The Indian team has not made an official complaint in the matter.
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Some important news, only in the headline

  1. Chief Justice worried due to lack of debate in Parliament, said – passing the bill without debate is a matter of concern
  2. 20 killed, 80 injured as fuel tanker explodes in Lebanon to fill petrol
  3. Ola e-scooter launched: Will run for 181km on a single charge, will be locked with the help of app and screen

What happened in history on this day?
On this day in 1858, Queen Victoria of England sent a telegraph message to the US President. This message took 18 hours to reach Washington from London, while it was the fastest technology at that time. In response to this message, the US President also sent a telegraph message of 143 words. This message was received by Queen Victoria in 10 hours. The Telegraph was created by Samuel Morse. In 1840 he received a patent for the telegraph. It is said that the idea of ​​making Morse telegraph came while traveling in a ship.

and now today’s thought
Coming together leads to beginning, walking together leads to progress and working together leads to success. – Henry Ford

Have a nice day, see you tomorrow…

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