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What important thing has the Supreme Court said on Right to Protest? Where did Rahul Gandhi ride a tractor in Rajasthan tour? Why was the word son-in-law echoed on the second day in Lok Sabha also? Why did action take place on Khalistani TV in Britain? This morning we have brought similar news. So let’s start the morning news brief.
Today these events will be monitored
Japan trembled by earthquake, 8 lakh homes lost electricity
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck the northeastern coast of Japan at 7:37 pm on Saturday. Its tremors were felt throughout the country, but the biggest impact was in Fukushima and Miami. There is a large nuclear plant in Fukushima. Japan government spokesman Katsunobu said that nothing unusual has been seen in the plant so far. Here, Japan’s Meteorological Agency has said that there is no risk of tsunami from this earthquake. The epicenter of the earthquake was about 60 km from the ground, about 306 km from the capital Tokyo. The Tokyo Electric Power Company said the nation’s power supply to 8,60,000 homes was shut down due to the earthquake. Here, Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga reached the Crisis Management Center in his office after the earthquake and took stock of the situation.
Shah said- peep into his repertoire seeking account
The Lok Sabha on Saturday approved the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization (Amendment) Bill 2021. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah gave a statement on the situation after the removal of article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Shah said, ‘Those who have been given the opportunity to rule for generations, look into their downtrodden to see if they even deserve to be accounted for.’ Shah said, ‘Now these people are saying that 2G to 4G we did under pressure from foreigners. This is Modi’s government, in which the country makes decisions. In 370 it was a matter of Temperary Agreement. You ask for your account in 17 months and 70 years of Temperary Article 370, who will answer it?
Clear signs of Trivedi going to BJP
A day after giving a shock to the TMC, which is running the government in West Bengal, Dinesh Trivedi gave clear indications of joining the BJP. After announcing his resignation from the Rajya Sabha membership on Friday, Trivedi said on Saturday, ‘I am very grateful to the BJP and its senior leaders. I came to know from the media that the BJP has offered me to join the party. This is Privilege. The Center currently has the best leadership. The whole world is accepting it. ‘
The word son-in-law again resonated in the Lok Sabha
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman responded to the discussion on the budget speech in Parliament on Saturday. During this time, he again used his words on Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, using the word son-in-law. He said that Rahul narrates fake stories on many issues and he is the ‘Doomsday Man of India’ ie the person who destroys the country. Nirmala Sitharaman also used the word son-in-law in the Rajya Sabha. The Finance Minister also responded to Rahul Gandhi’s statement of ‘Hum Do’ and ‘Our Two’. He said, ‘We two and our two means – two people will handle the party and two others are to be handled i.e. daughter and son-in-law. We do not do this.
Supreme comment on Right to Protest
The Supreme Court refused to reconsider its decision against the protest against the Civil Amendment Act (CAA) in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh. Dismissing the petition on Saturday, the court said that Right to Protest does not mean sit down to protest whenever and where you want. There may be some spontaneous opposition, but in case of prolonged dissatisfaction or protest, public space affecting the rights of others cannot be continuously occupied.
India vs England second test
The second match of the 4-Test series between India and England is being played at Chepak Stadium, Chennai. Team India won the toss and decided to bat first. By the end of the first day’s play, India have scored 300 runs after losing 6 wickets. Rishabh Pant is 33 not out and Akshar Patel is 5 not out. Opener Rohit Sharma scored the highest 161 runs. At the same time, captain Virat Kohli and Shubman Gill could not even open the account. Jack Leach and Moin Ali took 2–2 wickets each for England. Whereas, Allie Stone and Joe Root got 1–1 wickets.
Rahul’s tractor rally in Rajasthan
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is on a two-day tour of Rajasthan. Addressing the tractor rally in Roopangarh, he said that farmers, street vendors and small traders will be ruined by the new agricultural laws. Here too, Rahul said more or less the same things that were said in the meetings of Pillibanga and Padampur a day earlier. Jackets of people wearing black jackets in Rupangarh were taken off by the police. The police suspected that some people could wave jackets as black flags. Security officers examined one tractor here.
Pakistani terrorist committed Reiki to Doval’s office
Security has been beefed up by National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval. This step has been taken after getting a video of Reiki at his office. In fact, the terrorist of Jaish-e-Mohammed living in Shopian, Kashmir was arrested on 6 February. This video has surfaced during his interrogation. The terrorist was supposed to send these videos to his Pakistani handler, who he knew as a doctor. At the behest of his Pakistani handlers, he had Reiki Doval’s office and some other important buildings.
Looking for life in the tunnel of death
Expectations have risen for the rescue team searching for 39 workers trapped in the NTPC tunnel in Tapovan, Chamoli. Drilling in the underground tunnel with the tunnel where the workers are trapped was successful on Saturday. The drilling was stopped on Thursday due to the rockfall. However, the camera has not yet been added to it. Although the news of relief is that the debris lake on the Rishiganga river was being described as a threat, the state DGP has said that it is not a threat.
Petrol rates rise for 5th consecutive day
Government oil companies raised petrol and diesel prices for the fifth consecutive day on Saturday. Petrol prices have gone up by 25-30 paise and diesel prices by 35 paise. The most expensive petrol in the country is being sold in Ganganagar, Rajasthan. Petrol here costs Rs 98.98 and diesel Rs 90.82 per liter. Petrol in Delhi has reached Rs 88.44 per liter and diesel at Rs 78.74. Petrol in Mumbai is being sold at Rs 94.93 per liter and diesel at Rs 85.70. Petrol-diesel prices have increased for the 7th time in February, while in 44 days they have become 17 times more expensive.
Investigation of tractor parade violence accelerates
How did violence happen during the tractor parade on 26 January? Delhi Police will re-create the scene at the Red Fort to investigate this. On Saturday, the Delhi Police, along with Deep Sidhu and Iqbal Singh, accused of inciting violence, went on the routes from where the miscreants had reached the Red Fort. Earlier, Deep Sidhu and Iqbal Singh were interrogated at the Crime Branch in Chanakyapuri for about an hour. The Delhi Police handed over the investigation of the Red Fort violence case to the Crime Branch.
Koo’s advantage in the tensions between the government and Twitter
A few days ago there was a conflict between the government and the real Twitter. There was a tussle over the fact that the government had asked Twitter to block 1,178 accounts. These were accounts on which the government suspected that they were from Pakistan or pro-Khalistani or foreigners. But Twitter refused. Koo app got the benefit of this tension. Its downloads increased by 20 times in a week. Traffic on the website also increased by 50 times. But there are also some disputes with the company. How is Koo app and how is it different from Twitter, know here ..
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Khalistani TV action in Britain
Khalistani channel Khalsa TV has been fined Rs 50 lakh for inciting Sikhs to telecast violent videos live in the UK. Ofcom, a media watchdog in Britain, has taken this action, finding Khalsa TV guilty of violence and violation of rules. The investigation revealed that Indira Gandhi’s picture was shown in the song ‘Bagga and Shera’, a music video aired on Khalsa TV in 2018, with blood coming out of her mouth.
Walk on a dangerous road from corona
When figures of deaths from Corona are in the news in the whole world, then the statistics of road accidents in India are being discussed. Last year in India, 1.49 lakh people died due to corona, whereas more than 1.50 lakh people die due to road accidents every year in the country. According to the report of the International Road Organization (IRF), India accounts for only 3% of the total number of vehicles worldwide, but India accounts for 12.06% of the number of road accidents and deaths in the country.
Millions earned from paddy husk
Kalahandi is a district in Odisha. This district has always been in the news for starvation news. Bibhu Sahu hails from the same district. After his childhood in poverty, Bibhu became a teacher in a government school. If there is no mind there, in 2017, he started his rice mill by taking a loan from the bank. The burnt husk of paddy from the mill became a problem for them. But, now they are earning millions of rupees from the same husk. They are sending products of burnt husk to abroad.
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Indian claim in UN
Indian-origin aspirant Arora has contested for the post of general secretary in the United Nations. Akanksha, 34, holds the position of Audit Coordinator in the United Nation Development Program (UNDP). He is the first candidate to have contested against incumbent General Secretary Antonio Guterres. On 9 February, Akanksha shared a two-and-a-half-minute video saying, ‘It has been 75 years, but UN has not fulfilled the promises made to the world. Refuges are not safe. Humanitarian aid is not enough. We want a progressive UN. That is why I have claimed for this post. ‘
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