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Morning Digest: September 19, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral today

World leaders and royalty arrived in London on Saturday night and Sunday to offer condolences on behalf of their countries and bid a final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, whose state funeral is to take place on Monday. The 96-year-old Queen – Britain’s longest-reigning Queen for 70 years – died in Scotland on 8 September. President Draupadi Murmu was among those who visited Westminster Hall in the British Parliament complex on Sunday, where the Queen’s reign is located.

Two more state units demand return of Rahul Gandhi as Congress President

The Pradesh Congress Committees (PCCs) of Gujarat and Chhattisgarh on Sunday joined Rajasthan to take back the reins of the party for former Congress president Rahul Gandhi as well as push for passing a unanimous resolution for Mr. Gandhi’s return. given.

With Bronze in Belgrade, Bajrang Punia becomes 1st Indian to win 4 medals at World Wrestling Championships

Ace wrestler Bajrang Punia on Sunday became the only Indian to win four medals at the World Wrestling Championships by winning a bronze medal in the current edition here. Bajrang, who won a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics last year, registered a close 11-9 win over Puerto Rico’s Sebastian C. Rivera in the 65kg category bronze medal bout.

Punjab CM Mann leaves last minute flight in Frankfurt

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Sunday changed his return journey from Frankfurt to the last minute to take another flight to Delhi. He was on a visit to Germany from 11 to 18 September to attract investments and strategic alliances in various sectors. Now, he will return in the early hours of September 19. “The Punjab chief minister has delayed his departure as he was reportedly unwell,” an official said.

Militancy reduced in Northeast, Army shifted to LAC

Insurgency in the North-East has reduced significantly, as witnessed by the recent repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in several parts of the region, with the Army able to evacuate most of its troops from Counter Insurgency (CI) has been Duty to re-focus on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) amid the standoff with China in eastern Ladakh over the past two years. Assam Rifles is now responsible for all CI duties.

Lumpy skin disease virus isolated from 2019 version

The Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) virus that has killed at least 50,000 cattle in India this year may be structurally different from the version of the virus that was prevalent in India in 2019, raising questions about whether cattle protection measures are needed. The new vaccine being developed may be sufficient. protective.

Religious preacher arrested for instigating youth: J&K Police

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday said that religious preachers from Kashmir are being booked for inciting youth. At least eight religious preachers, including three prominent Islamic scholars, have been arrested in the Kashmir Valley in the last three days.

Indian Army will train the recruitment of Assam Police Commando

State Director General of Police (DGP) Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta on Sunday said that the Indian Army will train recruits for five new Assam Police Commando Battalions to be formed soon.

Darul Uloom supported the survey of madrasas, issued advisory

At a conference of madrassas organized by Darul Uloom in Deoband on Sunday, the leading Islamic seminary said it was not against the ongoing Uttar Pradesh government survey of unrecognized madrassas in the state and asked the management of madrassas to cooperate with government officials. appealed to. out of the survey.

J&K Lieutenant Governor opens cinema hall for the first time in Pulwama, Shopian

“Inaugurated multipurpose cinema halls in Pulwama and Shopian. They provide facilities ranging from movie screenings, infotainment and skilling of the youth,” said LG Sinha, adding that it was “a historic day for the J&K UT.

CBI reaches Goa to probe Sonali Phogat death case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday visited the hotel in Goa where BJP leader Sonali Phogat had stayed before she died under mysterious circumstances in August.

Death toll from clashes on Tajik-Kyrgyz border rises to 80

At least 81 people were killed in clashes between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan this week, the countries’ worst violence in years, while the international community called for calm.

Elegant Smriti Mandhana seals victory for India after Jhulan’s retreat in the first women’s ODI against England

Sundar Smriti Mandhana once again enhanced her reputation as one of India’s biggest match-winners with a lucrative 91 that defeated England by seven wickets in opening women’s ODI cricket.

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