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Morning Digest | Assam opts for CBI probe into clash with Meghalaya villagers; Japan beats Germany in the FIFA World Cup, and more

Ritsu Doon of Japan celebrates after scoring his team's opening goal during their World Cup Group E match against Germany at Khalifa International Stadium on November 23, 2022 in Doha, Qatar.

Ritsu Doon of Japan celebrates after scoring his team’s opening goal during their World Cup Group E match against Germany at Khalifa International Stadium on November 23, 2022 in Doha, Qatar. , Photo Credit: AP

border violence | Assam opts for CBI probe into clash with Meghalaya villagers

in the background of violent clash with villagers From Meghalaya, the Assam cabinet on Wednesday decided to hand over the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Union Home Ministry takes up Kuki-Chin Bangladeshi refugee issue with MEA

Over 270 members of the Kuki-Chin community from Bangladesh who entered Mizoram on November 20 are being referred to as “officially displaced persons” in state government records, as India has no law on refugees .

Delhi court directs Tihar Jail to provide food to Satyendar Jain as per rules

A Delhi court on November 23 directed Tihar Jail authorities to provide food to jailed AAP minister Satyendar Kumar Jain during his religious fast as per relevant rules.

Election Commissioner is needed who can compete even with the Prime Minister if needed: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the country needs Election Commissioners (ECs) who will not shy away from taking on the Prime Minister if need be, and not just “weak knee” yes-men. “Suppose the Election Commissioner is asked to take no less than the Prime Minister… We are just giving an example… and the Election Commissioner is so weak that he is not around to do so. Wouldn’t this be a case of complete breakdown of the system,” Justice KM Joseph, heading a constitution bench, asked the government.

FIFA World Cup 2022 | Japan came from behind to beat Germany 2-1

Late goals from Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano earned Japan an incredible 2-1 victory over Germany at the World Cup on Wednesday, with four-time champions Ilkay Guendogan looking to win through a penalty but missing Had to pay a fatal price. Possibility.

Magnificent Spain beat Costa Rica 7-0 to record their biggest World Cup win

Former champion Spain got world Cup Wednesday got off to a flying start with a record 7-0 win over Costa Rica, with Dani Olmo’s opening strike taking his country past the 100-goal mark in football’s showpiece event.

Buddhist Nyingma sect finds ‘reincarnation’ of famed Rinpoche

In a significant development in Tibetan Buddhist circles, the Nyingma sect has identified a boy from Spiti in Himachal Pradesh as the reincarnation of the late Taklung Setung Rinpoche, known for his knowledge of the Tibetan tantric school.

Notice of power outages in Ukrainian cities, Moldova

Authorities reported power cuts in several Ukrainian cities, including parts of Kyiv, and in neighboring Moldova on Wednesday following renewed attacks.

Gujarat Assembly Elections | With two opposition firebrands of 2017 now in the BJP camp, the election is losing its spark

A week is a long time in politics, and five years could be a millennium if one goes by the trajectories of at least two of the three main players in the opposition lineup in Gujarat – Hardik Patel and Alpesh Thakor – in the 2017 elections . Thirdly, Jignesh Mevani is standing on the plank of opposition this time also. With these faces of 2017 elections going the other way, the 2022 contest has become so boring.

Gujarat Assembly Elections | Modi said, Congress’ nepotism and vote bank politics have ruined the country

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday hit out at the opposition party, comparing the Congress with “casteism, nepotism and vote bank politics” and holding it responsible for “ruining” the country and the state.

Trade talks with India not conditional on illegal immigration: UK

finalize a trade agreement with india The British government on Wednesday said that India is not dependent on taking back Indians living in Britain illegally. what the comments contradict Home Secretary Suella Braverman said About the Migration and Mobility Partnership

Scottish Parliament cannot hold independence referendum: UK Supreme Court

In a significant blow to Scottish nationalists, the UK Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that the Scottish Parliament does not have the power to hold a referendum on Scottish independence from Britain without consent from the UK Parliament in Westminster.

look | Why are layoffs becoming common in companies?

With inflation rising in most parts of the world, central banks have been scrambling to rein it in by raising rates since March this year. i.e. make it more expensive to borrow and consume. This will eventually affect economic growth and hence jobs.

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