PM Modi laid the foundation stone for the redevelopment of the 508 Amrit Bharat Stations
Premier Secretary Narendra Modi laid the foundation base for the development of 508 railway stations in the nation on the same day, the 6th of August. Redevelopment of the stations would take more than Rs24,470 crores. The 508 stations selected are located over 27 States as well as union territories which include 55 stations located in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, 49 in Bihar and 44 in Maharashtra 37 located in West Bengal, 34 in Madhya Pradesh, 32 in Assam 25, 25 in Odisha 22, 22 in Punjab 21, 21 in Gujarat as well as Telangana 20, 20 in Jharkhand and 18 within Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu 15, 15 in Haryana as well as 13 in Karnataka as well as other locations. Modi said. Modi said that these stations form an element of the scheme the Amrit Bharat Stations schemethat will see more than 1300 of the top railway stations across India will be renovated.
Reliance is seeking shareholder approval for the appointment of Mukesh Ambani to head the company for an additional 5 years with no pay
Reliance Industries Ltd, India’s most valuable business and has asked for shareholder’s permission to grant Mukesh Ambani a second five-year tenure as the chairman and managing director of the firm until 2029, a time that he’s chosen to earn a salary of zero. Mr. Ambani, who is 66, is expected to reach the lawful 70-year age limit for the head of the company and will require a specific shareholder resolution to allow the appointment to extend above the age of 70.
Gyanvapi survey resumes day 3 of the mosque’s committee threatens to boycott because of “rumors”
The Archaeological Survey of India resumed the investigation of the Gyanvapi mosque located in Varanasi on the 3rd day of August 6, to establish if the 17th-century mosque was built on top of the existing structure in the face of the Muslim group warned that they will refuse to participate in the exercise should “rumors” have been circulated that Hindu sacred objects and symbols were discovered. Counsel for the Government Rajesh Mishra said that on August 6, the work of the survey started at about eight a.m. and would continue until 5 p.m.
Manipur has reported fresh violence. 15 homes burned, and one shooter
15 houses were put to blaze in Manipur’s Imphal West district where fresh violent incidents broke out, authorities informed on the 6th of August. The incident took place on the 5 at night in Langol Games village as a crowd went on the offensive the officials said. Security officers fired a number of tear gas shots to disperse the mob, and keep the situation in check They added.
An infiltrator is killed in Kupwara in Rajouri; anti-militancy operations are underway The police
One of the infiltrators was killed by security forces near the Line of Control in north Kashmir’s Kupwara on the 6th of August. In the meantime, the remains of the militant that was killed in the ongoing confrontation which began on the 5th of August were taken from Rajouri. A police official said that the Army together with Kupwara Police Kupwara Police in a joint action stopped an attempt to infiltrate to neutralize a terrorist at the LoC in the Amrohi zone in the Tangdhar Sector in Kupwara.
Affirmation of High Court verdict upholding caste study for Bihar: Supreme Court to take up the matter on August 7
The Supreme Court is scheduled to consider on the 7th of August a case challenging the ruling of the Patna High Court which had confirmed the legitimacy of the survey on caste in Bihar. This High Court had rejected a group of petitions challenging the validity of the census, which was imposed last year, and was initiated earlier in the year.
Supreme Court to hear on August 7 the pleas against Uttarakhand High Court order on the removal of encroachment from Haldwani
The Supreme Court is scheduled to be heard on the 7th of August an issue in which it decided to stay the Uttarakhand High Court directions for the removal of encroachments that were imposed on 29 acres that are taken over by railways in Haldwani. It was reported that the Supreme Court had on May 2 declared that its temporary order restraining the High Court’s December 20th directives last year will be in effect until the end of any appeals to it.
A two-way race between Brij Bhushan fanatic Sanjay Singh and 2010 CWG champion Anita Sheoran for the WFI president’s post.
One of Sanjay Kumar Singh, or the 2010 CWG winner Anita Sheoran will become the next WFI president, as the two have entered into a competition for the post after the withdrawal of candidates. U.P. association vice-president, Mr. Sanjay is an outgoing WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh’s loyalist and Anita is a staunch WFI supporter. Anita is the lone female in the race in the polls on August 12.
“Gold plating” airports must be avoided. costs for travel must remain within the reach of every man A panel from Parliament
Governments should make sure that infrastructure development at airports is efficient and affordable, while the costs of traveling remain affordable to everyone, which a Parliamentary Panel has recommended while abstaining from the idea of “gold plating” of airports. The panel, which is headed by Rajya Sabha MP Sujeet Kumar is of the opinion that the primary stakeholder in this industry is the average traveler whose desire and necessity to travel by air is likely to increase with the passing in time and expansion of economic activity. The panel has suggested that the user fees should remain low and reasonable when relative to other airports within the Asia Pacific region.
Sharad Pawar’s ally Jayant Patil denies meeting Amit Shah in Pune and denies speculation that he is joining with BJP
The senior Nationalist Congress Party leader and Sharad Pawar’s loyalist Jayant Patil quashed all speculation of a meeting he had with the Home Minister Amit Shah at Pune on the occasion of his trip to Pune on 6 August. In a scathing denial of rumors about his alleged meeting with the Home Minister Amit. Shah in Pune, Jayant. Patil, speaking in Mumbai on the 6th of August stated that he has not ventured outside of Mumbai on Saturday, and urged media outlets to not broadcast false reports on the man.
The respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity should: NSA Doval at Jeddah gathering on Ukraine
Diplomacy and dialogue are the only path to a peaceable resolution of the Ukraine conflict the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval stated at the conference in Jeddah as he stressed the need to defend territorial sovereignty and sovereignty by all nations without distinction. The two-day conference regarding conflict in the Ukraine conflict was held by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman and attended by the top security officers of forty countries, among them U.S. NSA Jake Sullivan as well as China’s Special Envoy Li Hui, China’s Special Envoy for Eurasian affairs Li Hui.
Imran Khan’s arrest in order to assist PML-N, as well as Pak military establishment, get desired results in the forthcoming polls: experts
Imran Khan’s conviction, as well as the sentence of three years in jail for the corruption trial, have removed the “major obstacle” to the holding of general elections within Pakistan and should assist the ruling PMLN as well as the military establishment getting “desired outcomes” at the polls as some analysts and officials consider. From politicians to political analysts of mainstream political parties, there’s been talk within Pakistan over the past few weeks about the general elections that are scheduled to take place in the months of October and November will occur after Mr. Khan is sent to prison, which will make it much easier for military officials to achieve the “desired outcomes” (in the elections) and to install the set-up of its preference in Islamabad.
Russia is launching a fresh wave of drone and missile attacks, Ukrainian Air Force says
Russia has launched a multi-wave nighttime assault at Ukraine using 70 air-assault weapons comprising hypersonic and cruise missiles and drones manufactured by Iran which Kyiv’s Air Force said on August 6. At a minimum, 10 missiles seem to have been able to penetrate air defenses. Local media reported that an employee in a grain silo had been injured in the strike, which was believed to target an area in western Ukraine away from the frontline.
There are at least 30 missing migrants in wrecks of ships off Italy
More than 30 migrants remain missing after two shipwrecks off of the Italian island Lampedusa According to survivors’ witnesses, the United Nations’ migration agency announced on August 6. About 28 were reported to be lost in the sea by survivors of one vessel, and three disappeared from the second after they both were sunk by severe weather on the weekend, according to IOM. International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Australian Open Super 500 badminton championship: H.S. Prannoy is unable to claim the victory, but bows out in the final
India’s top shuttler H.S. Prannoy was unable to win the finals in the Australia Open 2023 men’s singles final on Sunday, in a spectacular manner. The world’s No. 24 Chinese shuttler Weng Hongyang won a tough victory over a match that went on for three matches. Hongyang was in a good way while he continued to keep the Indian playing for points. Prannoy was unable to earn points and lost the first match by a score of 21-9. The stark difference between the opening game suggested that Prannoy’s Chinese shuttler would go home winning easily during the championships.
Women’s World Cup | U.S. Loses to Sweden by penalty kicks first World Cup Exit ever
The United States played its best performance of the Women’s World Cup and it’s not enough to prevent the two-time champions from losing out on the competition. The Americans’ attempt to secure the title for the third time in a row was ended on the 6th of August by penalty kicks. Lina Hurtig converted the penalty and Sweden eliminated the United States from the World Cup 5-4 after an uncontested draw.