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Bangladesh Protests: Former Foreign Secretary hints at ISI involvement

Massive protests in Bangladesh have escalated into violence, with clashes between students, pro-govt supporters and armed police. Former Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla expressed concerns over ongoing violence stating possibilities of Pak’s ISI and others being involved in protests. New protests defied an order barring public meetings after nearly two dozen people were killed in earlier violence. Shringla hinted at Pakistani radical elements being involved in the blood-soaking violence. Several people died in fresh Bangladesh protests, despite authorities cutting mobile telephone services to quell unrest initially sparked by student anger. The protests have been driven by demands for reform of the country's quota system for civil service jobs. Quota reserves positions for specific groups, including descendants of freedom fighters of the 1971 War of Independence against Pak.

20 July,2024 09:57 PM IST
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Microsoft Outage: Passengers at airports continue facing problem

Following the global Microsoft outage, passengers at airports across the country continued to face problems for the second day on July 20. Passengers at Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai airports face problems due to the delay in-flight service. On 19th July, a widespread technical outage in Microsoft's cloud services caused major disruptions, grounding flights for several airlines worldwide. The outage, affecting Windows globally, impacted millions of users and led to flight cancellations by airlines like American Airlines and Delta Airlines.

20 July,2024 09:50 PM IST
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India attacks Pakistan at UNSC meet over terrorism

At a recent UNSC meet, India slammed Pakistan on the global stage for promoting terrorism. India’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ambassador R Ravindra made a scathing attack on Pakistan over terrorism. He lashed out at Pakistan saying “certain countries using terrorism as an instrument of state policy” and that “such an approach has potential to affect cooperation”.

20 July,2024 09:43 PM IST
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Bangladesh Protests: Mass protest in Bangladesh leads to students losing lives

Bangladesh protests escalated into violence, with clashes between students, pro-government supporters, and armed police over civil service job quotas. On July 19, three people died in fresh protests, despite authorities cutting some mobile telephone services the previous day to quell unrest initially sparked by student anger. The government offered no immediate comment on the severed communications. New protests defied an order barring public meetings after nearly two dozen people were killed in earlier violence. Many opposition leaders, activists, and student protesters were arrested, though Reuters could not verify this. Police fired tear gas in Dhaka, where little traffic was seen on Friday, a weekly holiday. High youth unemployment has fuelled the nationwide agitation. Internet and overseas calls were disrupted, and several newspapers' websites and social media were inactive. News channels went off air, while entertainment channels remained unaffected. Buildings were damaged, and charred vehicles lined the streets.

20 July,2024 02:20 PM IST
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Doctor saves elderly man’s life at Delhi airport, video goes viral

Dr Priya, who saved the life of an elderly man in Delhi airport on July 17, gave an exclusive interview to ANI. She opened up about the incident that happened at Delhi airport and how she saved the life of an elderly man. “First of all, no one can replace God. We are only God’s representatives, we can do any work by his grace and his signal. We were returning from Amarnath Yatra and our flight from Delhi was delayed by 2:30 hours...There was a man at the stall just next to ours. He suddenly fell down and we ran towards him. My husband Dr Ramakant Goyal was with me and when we reached there, a doctor couple was also there- Dr Umesh Bansal and his wife Dr Dolly Bansal. When the four of us saw, he was completely unresponsive, his breathing had stopped, his heartbeat had completely stopped, and he was not breathing at all. He had started turning blue, so we immediately started CPR and after about 5 minutes he became a little responsive, he started breathing a little, and his pulse started to be felt a little. We continued CPR...In a little while his pulse was a little normal...Airport staff was also called, the personal staff of the airport started coming there...When he became a little responsive we called his wife...He was then taken by the airport personnel...,” said Dr Priya.

20 July,2024 01:38 PM IST
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Kanwar Yatra Controversy: Congress slams BJP Government on the move

Congress slammed BJP for the order amid the ongoing Kanwar Yatra Controversy. The Yogi government has ordered to write the name and identity of the owner on the food shops on the Kanwar routes across UP. The opposition is condemning this order in strong words. Regarding this, Congress' Supriya Shrinate has now asked many sharp questions to the Yogi government.

20 July,2024 01:22 PM IST
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Melania Trump and family join RNC stage, backing Ex-POTUS

Donald Trump's wife Melania Trump and his family joined him on stage as he concluded his address at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, the US on July 19.  Former US President and candidate for the upcoming US presidential elections Donald Trump introduced his new running mate JD Vance on July 19 at RNC 2024.
"...Thrilled to have a new friend and partner fighting by my side, the next Vice President of the United States, the current Senator from Ohio - JD Vance and his incredible wife Usha," said former US President and candidate for the upcoming US presidential elections, Donald Trump.

19 July,2024 09:46 PM IST
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CrowdStrike: Microsoft cloud outage halts flights and disrupts global services

A widespread technical outage in Microsoft's cloud services caused major disruptions, grounding flights for several airlines worldwide. The outage, affecting Windows globally, impacted millions of users and led to flight cancellations by airlines like American Airlines and Delta Airlines. Airport operations, including check-ins, were temporarily halted due to technical glitches. Banks, hospitals, and businesses also faced operational challenges during the outage.

19 July,2024 08:58 PM IST
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Uttarakhand enforces nameplate rule along Kanwar Yatra route

Following Uttar Pradesh's controversy, the Uttarakhand administration mandates nameplates for temporary shops, hotels, and dhabas along the Kanwar Yatra route. Officials state this is to facilitate the pilgrimage smoothly. Previously criticized in UP, the move has sparked debate, with figures like Asaduddin Owaisi and Javed Akhtar voicing dissent against the BJP's stance.

19 July,2024 05:30 PM IST
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Telangana: Fire breaks out in a cloth shop in Hyderabad

A fire broke out in a cloth shop near Madina X road, Old City, Hyderabad. No casualties were reported. Assistant District Fire Officer, says, "At 4.45 am today we received a fire call from Madina X road. We reached the spot immediately and doused the fire. The reason for the fire is yet to be known..."

19 July,2024 03:00 PM IST
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Gonda Train Accident: Scary drone visuals show extreme damage at the spot

Drone footage captured the devastating aftermath of the Chandigarh-Dibrugarh Express derailment near Uttar Pradesh's Gonda railway station on July 19. Aerial views revealed the chaotic scene where eight bogies lay scattered between Motiganj and Jhilahi railway stations under the North Eastern Railway's jurisdiction.  In a tragic incident, multiple coaches of 15904 Chandigarh-Dibrugarh Express went off the tracks leading to a major rail mishap on July 18. The accident occurred near Jhilahi Railway Station close to Gonda district of UP.

19 July,2024 12:47 PM IST
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