Morning News Podcast: Taliban shoots surrendered commander, jailed for 42 days in Singapore for not wearing a mask, Jaishankar said – Corona and terrorism are the same

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Today is Friday, date 20 August 2021; Shravan month, Shukla Paksha and Trayodashi date

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

  1. PM Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of the project related to Somnath temple in Gujarat at 11 am.
  2. Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi will hold a virtual meeting with opposition leaders.
  3. Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra’s bail plea will be heard in the porn film case.

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

1. Taliban killings begin in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan’s Badghis province, the Taliban openly gunned down the police chief Haji Mullah. Haji Mullah had surrendered to the Taliban a few days back. Haji Mulla’s hands were tied and bullets were fired at him. Similarly, Taliban fighters opened fire on people waving the national flag on Independence Day. In this 3 people died.
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2. Taliban capture Afghanistan Cricket Board after stadiums
After seizing power in Afghanistan, the Taliban has been capturing institutions there as well. Taliban fighters have also seized control of the office of the Afghanistan Cricket Board. Abdullah Mazari, who had played cricket for Afghanistan, took the Taliban fighters to the board’s office. The Taliban also occupy 6 major cricket stadiums in Afghanistan.
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3. Female Anchors and Foreign Shows Banned on TV in Afghanistan
The Taliban promised in the first press conference after the occupation of Afghanistan that women’s rights would be protected, but Khadija Amin, the female anchor of the state channel, has been fired. Channel officials told Khadija, who arrived wearing a hijab, that women cannot work in a government channel. The telecast of foreign shows on TV has also been stopped.
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4. Olympian Auctioned Silver Medal For Child’s Heart Surgery

Poland’s Maria Andrzek, the silver medalist of the Tokyo Olympics, has auctioned the medal just two weeks after winning it. He took this decision to undergo heart surgery for an 8-month-old child. Maria got around Rs 92 lakh from the auction. The supermarket chain that bought the medal returned it to Maria. Said that the responsibility of its maintenance would remain with Maria.
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5. Jaishankar said in UNSC – Corona and terrorism are the same
External Affairs Minister of India S Jaishankar addressed the briefing on terrorism at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). He said that we should always remember that what is true about Kovid, is also true about terrorism. None of us is safe until we are all safe. We reiterate our support for Counter Terrorism Cooperation under the UN flag.
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6. British citizen jailed for not wearing a mask in a public place in Singapore
A Singapore court has sent a British citizen to jail for 6 weeks for not wearing a mask in a public place. The court said that this punishment is a message for those who continuously violate the rule and law. According to local media reports, the name of the British citizen is Benjamin Lynn and his age is 40 years. He was constantly being seen in a public place without a mask.
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7. Radhakishan Damani, owner of D Mart among the 100 richest people in the world
Radhakishan Damani, owner of grocery store D-Mart, has become one of the 100 richest people in the world. He is at number 98 in the list of Bloomberg Billionaires with a net worth of Rs 1.42 lakh crore. Damani started his career as an investor in the stock market. Despite the success of Avenue Supermarts, Damani did not distance himself from the stock market.
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Some important news, only in the headline

  1. Khanewal cricket stadium in Pakistan’s Punjab province turned into a farm, green chillies and pumpkins being grown here
  2. Order of Calcutta High Court – CBI investigation should be done in the cases of rape and murder in the violence after Bengal elections
  3. Poet Munawwar Rana compared Taliban to RSS, said – India has more cruelty than Afghanistan
  4. President approves OBC amendment bill, states will be able to give quota by deciding the list for reservation at their level
  5. 4.3 magnitude earthquake in Jamnagar, Gujarat; People came out of the house in panic, no news of loss

What happened in history on this day?
One of the biggest accident in the history of railways happened at 2:46 pm on the night of 20 August 1995. When a Nilgai arrived in front of the Delhi-bound Kalindi Express, the vacuum brakes of the train became active and the train stopped there. Meanwhile, the arrival of Purushottam Express was signaled. Its speed was more than 100 kilometers per hour. Its driver saw that a train was already standing on the track, but they could not do anything. After few seconds, Purushottam Express rammed into Kalindi Express from behind. According to government figures, 305 people were killed and 393 were injured in the accident.

and now today’s thought
There are many unsuccessful people in the world who do not know how close they were to success when they gave up trying. – Thomas Alva Edison

Have a nice day, see you tomorrow…

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