Top news of the day: India wins two silver medals and one bronze medal at the Paralympics in Tokyo; CBI investigation found no “identifiable crime” committed by Anil Deshmukh and more
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The 21-year-old Kumar won silver with 2.06 m and set an Asian record. The American Dallas Wise was also awarded silver, as he and Kumar overcame the same height of 2.06 m. Another American, Roderick Townsend, won gold with a world record jump of 2.15m.
34-year-old Patel’s impressive run at the Games ended with a 7-11 5-11 6-11 loss to Zhou, a two-time gold medalist, in the women’s singles, which lasted 19 minutes.
The 41-year-old BSF man, whose father fought in the Indo-Pak War in 1971, achieved third place with a best time of 19.91 m, behind Piotr Kosewicz (20.02 m) from Poland and Velimir Sandor (19.98 m ) from Croatia.
A leaked report of a preliminary investigation conducted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) shows that the agency has concluded that “no identifiable crime has been committed by Anil Deshmukh, the former interior minister of Maharashtra.”
They are interested in new goals and objectives by breaking new ground and having new ambitions, the prime minister said on his monthly radio broadcast.
“Today the enemy no longer has to enter the border. He can also target our security apparatus from outside the border. The alignment and realignment of global powers has contributed to the already changing security challenges, “Mr. Singh told officials at Defense Services Staff College in Wellington.
“We are not trying to undermine the role of anyone in the movement,” said a senior ICHR official, dismissing criticism of the issue, adding that the poster was one of many presented as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav – Celebrations were published.
Manohar Lal Khattar claims farmers hurled stones after pledging peaceful protest.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, planned international passenger flights in India have been suspended since March 23, 2020.
Authorities opened an investigation after a 16-year-old boy fell ill after allegedly given a COVID-19 vaccine in Madhya Pradesh’s Morena district.
According to the India Meteorological Department, the rainfall in July was several percent less than normal.
The shipment – scheduled to arrive on August 30 – is the company’s 23rd for NASA in just under a decade.
The US and its allies have removed about 1,13,500 people from Afghanistan in the past two weeks.
Heartbreaking details have emerged about some of the 13 US soldiers who were killed in a horrific suicide attack on Kabul Airport in Afghanistan, which also killed more than 160 Afghans.
The Houthis have carried out several attacks with armed drones and ballistic missiles on the al-Anad military base, said Yemeni Southern Forces spokesman Mohamed al-Naqeeb.
The Ankleshwar plant has a production capacity of more than 1 billion doses of vaccine per month, says Mansukh Mandaviya.
The board of directors, which met to discuss the company’s capital increase plans, has approved a rights issue price of 535 yen per fully paid share, including a premium of 530 yen per share.
The Indian government has filed a motion for suspension and a motion for dismissal of the award before a court in The Hague – the seat of the international arbitration tribunal, according to the August 23 petition.
If no action is taken, the five worst-hit industries are expected to suffer a significant proportion of climate-related losses in terms of economic activity over the next 50 years.
Zakia Khudadadi and Hossain Rasouli have arrived in Tokyo from Paris.