Top news of the day: Indian ice hockey ends 41 years of waiting for Olympic medal; The Supreme Court says the truth needs to come out on the Pegasus issue and more
The main headlines of the day and more.
This is the 12th Indian men’s Olympic ice hockey medal, the highest in the history of the Games, but the first after the gold medal in Moscow in 1980. In addition, the Indian women’s team will play the bronze medal against Great Britain on August 6th.
Dahiya (57 kg) loses in the final 4-7 against Zavur Uguev from the Russian Olympic Committee.
When the case was listed for Aug. 10, a bank owned by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Judge Surya Kant said it wanted the government represented at the next court hearing. “Someone should appear for the government,” noted Chief Justice Ramana.
The government is ready to discuss all issues in plenary, says the former Union minister.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the law amending the tax laws in 2021 in the Lok Sabha.
The President of the People’s Democratic Party led a street demonstration in Srinagar to mark the second anniversary of the centre’s decision to lift the special status of J&K.
The poll strategist has resigned as advisor to the Prime Minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh, stating that he has decided to take a “temporary break from an active role in public life” and that he would like to be relieved of the responsibility as main advisor to Mr Singh .
Dr. Narendra Kumar Arora, a pediatric gastroenterologist and senior member of the National COVID-19 Task Force, explains why and how regulators have approved vaccines for pregnant women, says pregnancy and childbirth do not increase the risk of SARS-CoV infection. 2 infection, they worsen the clinical course of the pandemic compared to other women of the same age group.
It also signals an easing of bilateral tensions.
Barbara Woodward says Britain is unwilling to recognize a Taliban government that uses violence to come to power. In an interview with The Hindu, she talks about UK-India cooperation at the United Nations, multilateralism, China and climate protection.
After the police failed, the Pakistan Rangers were called in to check the situation.
Several incidents leading up to the rocket bombardment from Lebanon this week have drawn attention to Israel’s northern border, and the United States has promptly condemned the attacks on Israel.
Benny Gantz even comes as Israel lobbies the United Nations over the attack on the Mercer Street oil tanker last week that killed two people.
Tech giants are all ready to establish the metaverse, a form of mixed reality built into the internet.
With Covishield yet to be approved by some countries around the world drug regulators, the Serum Institute of India CEO said he would support students with additional costs they would likely incur when traveling abroad despite being vaccinated.
Bharat Biotech intends to submit documents for emergency approvals in several other countries around the world, the company said.
Together with KL Rahul, he kept the home team’s four-pronged attack in check.