Morning Digest | ED doesn’t have energy to hunt police remand: T.N. Minister Senthil Balaji argues in SC; NCW chief meets victims of sexual violence in Manipur, and extra

Tamil Nadu Minister for Electricity and Prohibition and Excise V Senthil Balaji addressing the media at Secretariat in Chennai. The Minister who is facing money-laundering charges in the cash-for-jobs scam, said on July 26, 2023 in the Supreme Court that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) does not have the power to seek his police custody.

Tamil Nadu Minister for Electrical energy and Prohibition and Excise V Senthil Balaji addressing the media at Secretariat in Chennai. The Minister who’s dealing with money-laundering costs within the cash-for-jobs rip-off, stated on July 26, 2023 within the Supreme Courtroom that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) doesn’t have the ability to hunt his police custody.
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ED doesn’t have the ability to hunt police remand, Tamil Nadu Minister Senthilbalaji argues in Supreme Courtroom

Tamil Nadu Minister V. Senthilbalaji, who’s dealing with money-laundering costs within the cash-for-jobs rip-off, stated on Wednesday within the Supreme Courtroom that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) doesn’t have the ability to hunt his police custody.

NCW chief meets victims of sexual violence in Manipur

The Nationwide Fee for Girls (NCW) chairperson made a quiet go to to Manipur this week to satisfy two of the three victims of the sexual violence on Could 4, after they have been stripped and paraded and considered one of them was raped in Thoubal. A video clip of the violence that surfaced final week had sparked huge outrage.

Transgender individuals can avail of any of quota advantages accessible to the marginalised, authorities tells SC

The Centre has instructed the Supreme Courtroom that transgender individuals can avail of any of the prevailing 50% reservation in admissions and authorities jobs already accessible to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Socially and Educationally Backward Communities (SEBC) throughout the nation.

Allahabad HC extends keep on ASI survey of Gyanvapi mosque premises until Thursday

The Allahabad Excessive Courtroom on Wednesday stayed the Archaeological Survey of India’s (ASI) scientific survey of the Gyanvapi mosque premises until Thursday (July 27) whereas orally expressing “sturdy doubts” concerning the work.

Opposition events to put on black attire in Parliament on Thursday

Leaders of the opposition events have urged all their MPs to put on black costume on Thursday as they meet within the chamber of the chief of opposition within the morning.

PM Modi to go to Sikar in Rajasthan on Thursday, to inaugurate improvement initiatives

He will even dedicate 1.25 lakh PM Kisan Samriddhi Kendras (PMKSK) to the nation and launch “Urea Gold”. Modi will even handle a public assembly in Sikar; PM to launch Rs 17,000 crore to eight.5 crore PM-KISAN beneficiaries on the Sikar occasion

Citing FATF, Centre urges Supreme Courtroom to let S.Ok. Mishra proceed as Enforcement Directorate chief

The Supreme Courtroom on Wednesday agreed to listen to on July 27 an pressing software moved by the Centre to permit Enforcement Directorate (ED) Director Sanjay Kumar Mishra to proceed in workplace until October 15.

BMC declares vacation for colleges and schools in Mumbai on Thursday as IMD points ‘pink alert’

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) on Wednesday declared a vacation for all authorities and personal colleges and schools on July 27 after the IMD issued a “pink alert” for the metropolis.

Heavy rains in remoted locations in Rajasthan

In response to the spokesperson of the Jaipur Meteorological Centre, gentle to average rains and heavy rains are anticipated at one or two locations in Kota, Udaipur and Jaipur divisions on Thursday as properly resulting from energetic monsoon in most components.

Components of Delhi get average to heavy rainfall, IMD points yellow alert for Thursday

Components of Delhi recorded average to heavy rain Wednesday morning resulting in waterlogging and disruption in street visitors. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has issued an orange alert, warning of average rain through the day. A yellow alert has been issued for Thursday. 

Suryakumar seeks course correction in ODIs; Kishan and Samson to battle for wicketkeeper’s slot

Suryakumar Yadav might be aiming to enhance his 50-over credentials whereas Ishan Kishan and Sanju Samson are prone to audition for the wicketkeeper’s slot when India play a three-match ODI sequence towards the West Indies, starting in Bridgetown, Barbados on Thursday.

Lok Sabha passes Forest Conservation (Modification) Invoice

Amidst pandemonium, the Lok Sabha handed the Forest Conservation (Modification) Invoice on July 26, with none modifications from the model first launched on March 29. The contentious Invoice was launched to amend the Forest Conservation Act, 1980.

UNESCO endorses banning smartphones from colleges

The United Nations Academic, Scientific and Cultural Group (UNESCO) has warned towards an uncritical rush towards embrace of digital merchandise in instructional settings, noting that “there’s little sturdy proof on digital expertise’s added worth in schooling” and that “a variety of the proof comes from these making an attempt to promote it”.

Ex-intel officer says the U.S. is hiding information on alien craft

The U.S. is concealing a longstanding program that retrieves and reverse engineers unidentified flying objects, a former Air Pressure intelligence officer testified Wednesday to Congress. The Pentagon has denied his claims.

Sports activities Ministry clears Indian males’s and ladies’s soccer groups’ participation in Asian Cup

The Sports activities Ministry on Wednesday cleared the decks for Indian males’s and ladies’s soccer groups’ participation within the AFC Asian Cup by stress-free its choice standards. Indian soccer groups’ return to the continental showpiece for the primary time in 9 years would offer an enormous enhance to the gamers’ morale, All India Soccer Federation (AIFF) chief Kalyan Chaubey stated on July 26.

World Cup 2023 | Marquee India-Pakistan match might be rescheduled to October 14, followers face logistical nightmare

The blockbuster India-Pakistan contest in the upcoming ODI World Cup might be superior by a day to October 14 because of the opening day of Navratri celebrations in Ahmedabad, a improvement which can result in logistical nightmare for the followers.

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