HomeIndiaMorning Digest | 12 September 2022

Morning Digest | 12 September 2022

Carlos Alcaraz wins first Slam title, US Open to top-ranked

Coming out for his first Grand Slam final at the age of 19, Carlos Alcaraz defeated Casper Roode 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(1), 6-3 to lift the US Open trophy at Flushing Meadows on Sunday. earned and become. Youngest person to lead ATP rankings.

Tejashwi Yadav suggests a reality check for Congress

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav said in an interview that before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress should allow regional parties to be in the “driving seat” against the BJP, where they are stronger. Hindu on Sunday.

Food prices may affect August inflation

Moderation in food prices may have helped bring retail inflation to a five-month low of 6.7 per cent in July, but concerns about the uneven progress of the monsoon through the country and other factors reversed the August inflation print. It is possible

Ayodhya Ram temple will cost around ₹1,800 crore: Trust

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, formed on the orders of the Supreme Court for the construction of a temple in this Hindu holy city of Uttar Pradesh, approved its rules and manual after a marathon meeting in Ayodhya.

Sharad Pawar demands a joint plan against BJP

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) patriarch Sharad Pawar on Sunday criticized the Narendra Modi government for its alleged failure to protect India’s strategic interests, placing China on the Line of Actual Control and rising inflation.

India objected to Pakistan’s F-16 refit

HinduIt is learned that officials opposed the decision at “each” bilateral meeting of US Assistant Secretary of State Donald Lu and his delegation during their visit to the Quad Senior Officials Meeting (SOM).

PM Modi to attend SCO meeting with Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin

as Hindu As reported in July, the summit in Uzbekistan will be the first time Mr Modi will come face-to-face with Chinese President Xi Jinping since the standoff at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) began in April 2020, and the first time he will invade Ukraine. The Russian President will meet Vladimir Putin since 2014, although the three leaders attended a virtual BRICS summit in June.

BJP worried about Bharat Jodi Yatra: Jairam Ramesh

Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh said the ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’ led by party leader Rahul Gandhi has destabilized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has played “cheap, childish and stupid”.

Truck crushes worker fighting illegal mines in Karuri

The incident happened a day after a mine located near Kalipalayam, where worker R. Jagannathan lived, it was closed by the Geology and Mining Department on complaints of being operated illegally.

Aam Aadmi Party says its Ahmedabad office has been raided by Gujarat Police

AAP Gujarat unit leaders said on Twitter that the raids were conducted soon after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached Ahmedabad.

Arunachal villagers struggle to save sacred forest from BRO road project

Nearly 60 years after it became collateral damage in one of the fiercest battles between Indian Army soldiers and Chinese invaders, a village in Arunachal Pradesh is fighting a war to protect a sacred forest from a project to prevent a repeat of 1962 .

power outages in many areas of eastern Ukraine; President Zelensky blames Russia

Ukrainian authorities in the country’s second city Kharkiv and the eastern Donetsk and Sumy regions issued statements on social media saying there were blackouts, while journalists in the Donetsk regional city of Kramatorsk confirmed that the cuts could also affect one of the east’s largest cities. has been Still under the control of Ukraine.

China’s Communist Party Congress to give more power to President Xi Jinping

Mr. Xi’s position is set to be elevated after the ruling Communist Party announced an amendment to its constitution at the upcoming National Party Congress this week, according to analysts.

Asia Cup Final, Sri Lanka vs Pakistan | Sri Lanka’s Pride Cup after Pakistan’s defeat

Sri Lanka, a country facing massive financial turmoil after months of anti-government protests, found 11 deserving heroes on a cricket pitch as Dasun Shanaka’s unchallenged swarm clinched his sixth Asia Cup title in Dubai on Sunday. Defeated Pakistan by 23 runs. ,

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