Top news of the day: BJP boss praises Yediyurappa, rules out leadership crisis in Karnataka; Rajya Sabha MP Postpones Supreme Court To Investigate Pegasus Issue And More
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Mr Nadda’s remarks are gaining momentum as they came hours after the Karnataka Prime Minister said he would make an appropriate decision as soon as he receives instructions from the BJP High Command regarding his continuation in office.
CPI (M) MP John Brittas said the recent sniffing allegations have raised concern among a large proportion of the people in India.
Army, Navy and Indian Air Force teams worked around the clock to rescue flood-hit locals and provide them with food, water and medical aid, a statement said.
“The unforgettable images from the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Tokyo are still fresh in my mind,” he said, calling on the country’s citizens to cheer on India online and wish the athletes the best of luck.
“India’s COVID-19 vaccine protection passed the $ 43 million mark yesterday (July 24th),” said a press release from the Ministry of Health.
The congressional leader also posted a video highlighting the reported slow vaccination rate.
However, there seem to be major differences in how both countries view the terror issue and the role of other groups in Afghanistan.
The Dixie Fire that broke out on July 14th had already razed over a dozen houses and other buildings when it ripped through the tiny town of Indian Falls after dark. It burned in a remote area with restricted access and hampered firefighters’ efforts as it advanced east, firefighters said.
The central board is the highest decision-making body of the Apex-Bank under the direction of the RBI governor.
38-year-old Mary Kom, the 2012 Olympic bronze medalist, beat a 15-year-old rival, the bronze medalist of the Pan American Games, 4-1.
India’s only goal was scored by Dilpreet Singh in the 34th minute.