On Friday, a Russian missile destroyed a nine-storey building in Odessa, located on the Black Sea coast in Ukraine. According to Reuters, at least 14 people were killed and 30 were injured. The Ministry of Emergencies of Ukraine gave this information. The missile hit the building at around 1 am, due to which a nearby store building caught fire. Sherhi Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odessa regional administration, told Ukrainian state TV that rescue operations were underway and that some people were buried under the rubble of the building.
A few days before this, on June 28, Russia attacked a shopping mall in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk with a missile. 16 people died in the attack. At the same time 59 people were injured. This information was given by the head of the Emergency Service of Ukraine. Sergei Kruk told on Telegram that so far we know of 16 dead and 59 injured, 25 of them are hospitalized. After this attack, there was a huge fire in the mall.
The city’s mayor, Vitaly Maletsky, wrote on Facebook that “a missile struck a very crowded area on Kremenchuk”. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba called on Kyiv allies to supply more heavy weapons and impose new sanctions on Russia.
Nupur Sharma single-handedly responsible for igniting emotions across the country, she should apologise: Supreme Court
Uttrakhand, India: Nupur Sharma, suspended from the BJP, had applied in the Supreme Court to shift all the FIRs registered against her in different states of the country to Delhi in the Prophet controversy. During the hearing of her petition, the top court held Nupur Sharma’s statements as ‘responsible’ for the unfortunate incident in Udaipur.
A vacation bench of Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala refused to entertain Sharma’s plea and asked him to approach the High Court. After this Nupur Sharma withdrew her application from the Supreme Court.
Nupur Sharma had made controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad during a TV debate last month, against which about a dozen FIRs were lodged against him in many states of the country.
More than a dozen Muslim countries had come to protest against this statement and had officially lodged a protest with the Government of India. However, later the Government of India said that these are statements made by some ‘fringe element’ and do not reflect the views of the Government of India.
Supreme Court’s strict comments
The Supreme Court, during its hearing, termed Nupur Sharma’s remarks as “troubling” and asked- “What was the need for her to make such a statement?”
During the hearing, the Supreme Court also asked that apart from running the agenda of a TV channel, what was the purpose of debating a matter which is already under the court.
The Supreme Court questioned Nupur Sharma’s rhetoric and said, “If you are a spokesperson of a party, then you do not have the license to make such statements.”
The Supreme Court said, “The way Nupur Sharma instigated sentiments across the country, she is the only one responsible for whatever is happening in the country.”
Uttrakhand,India: Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) flew the Autonomous Flying Wing Technology Demonstrator (AFWTD) for the first time, This flight was done at the Aeronautical Test Range in Chitradurga, Karnataka. This aircraft, which looked like America’s B-2 bomber, was fully automatic. It took its own takeoff, way point navigation and smooth landing.
This flight is a major achievement in terms of proving critical technologies towards the development of future unmanned aircraft. This is also a big step for the defense of the country, it has been made by the Bangalore-based Aeronautical Development Establishment. It is powered by a small turbo fan engine. The airframe, undercarriage and the entire flight control and avionics system used for the aircraft are indigenous. Congratulating DRDO, Defense Minister Raj Nath Singh said that this is a big achievement in the direction of autonomous aircraft. This will also pave the way for ‘Self-reliant India’ in the form of important military systems.
Maharashtra Politics crisis: Uddhav Thackeray resigned from the post of Chief Minister late on Wednesday night amid the political crisis in Maharashtra. After this, on Thursday, Eknath Shinde took oath as Chief Minister and Devendra Fadnavis as Deputy Chief Minister. Both were administered the oath by the Governor.
Former CM Uddhav Thackeray congratulated the new Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister. He said that I congratulate the new CM of Maharashtra Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis. I hope good work is done through both of you in Maharashtra.
Shiv Sena MLA Deepak Kesarkar said that the two parties who believed in Hindutva had separated, have joined together again today. The contribution of our 50 companions is significant. They wanted that Shinde Sahab should get the post of Chief Minister once, BJP accepted this decision. Despite having 106 MLAs, BJP took this decision (making Eknath Shinde as CM). It means he has shown a big heart.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that I congratulate Eknath Shinde for his new responsibility. He showed the strength to take such a large number of MLAs to Guwahati. He inspired people to leave Shiv Sena. I don’t know if it happened before or not, but it can’t happen without preparation.
Pawar said that I spoke to Eknath Shinde and congratulated him. I also expressed my expectations that the head of a state leads the whole state and not just one party. You can represent any party, but after oath you represent the state. So I hope he will work to resolve the issues of all the departments. I think Uddhav Thackeray gives full responsibility once he trusts someone. He showed the same trust in Eknath Shinde and gave him the responsibility of the assembly and the party. I don’t know if this political crisis is the result of that.
He said that I do not think that Devendra Fadnavis has happily accepted the post of No. 2 of Deputy CM. This can be seen on his face. But he had lived in Nagpur, it is his ethos as an (RSS) volunteer, so he accepted the position.
Coronavirus Update: 29.7 percent jump in COVID-19 cases in India, 18,819 new cases in last 24 hours, active cases cross one lakh
Uttrakhand, India: In India, 18,819 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours, with a jump of 29.7 percent in COVID-19 cases. With which the active cases in the country have crossed one lakh. At present 104,555 people are suffering from corona virus. Whereas in the last 24 hours, 39 people have died due to corona virus. So far, a total of 525,116 deaths have occurred in the country due to corona virus, while 42,822,493 people have been cured of this virus. The correct figure in the last 24 hours has been 13,827. According to government data, 14,17,217 corona vaccines have been given in the last 24 hours. Now, 1,97,61,91,554 people have been vaccinated in the country.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Wednesday that the COVID-19 pandemic is changing, but it is not over. Also said that cases are increasing in 110 countries. WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that “this pandemic is changing but not over. Our ability to track the #COVID19 virus is at risk, as reporting and genomic sequences are declining. Which means that Omicron has to It is becoming increasingly difficult to track and analyze future emerging variants.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the Madrid summit would call for a “necessary change”. The Secretary-General said that NATO would prepare 300,000 troops for immediate retaliation in response to Russia’s attack on Ukraine. At the same time, there is talk of raising the military organization of the Baltic states and five other frontline countries to the brigade level. The Guardian said that here also there is talk of doubling, treble the number of soldiers from 3000 and 5000.
Some important decisions can be taken on Thursday regarding the meeting of the coalition of 30 countries. The Secretary-General said that after the Cold War, there will be a big change in the field of collective defense. At present, the total number of Rapid Reaction NATO is about 40,000. At the same time, the change that will happen now will be an indicator of a big change in parallel with the Russian army.
The Guardian said that as part of NATO’s broader transformation, it will move its munitions and supply stocks to the east to guide the change needed in 2023. The Secretary-General said that nothing can be said yet on the applications of Sweden and Finland to join NATO. In fact, Turkey has some objections to the membership of these two countries, which are yet to be resolved.
Uttrakhand,India: Eventually Uddhav Thackeray resigned from the post of CM of Maharashtra. Along with this, he also announced to give up the membership of the Legislative Council. He said that I have no regrets about it.
Thackeray also appealed to all party workers to maintain peace on Thursday and not create hurdles for the rebel leaders who are scheduled to return to the state tomorrow.
“I want to tell all rebel MLAs that you come, take oath and attend the floor test without any worry,” he said.
The rebel Sena MLAs and leaders led by Shinde arrived in Goa on Wednesday night after camping in Guwahati for over a week.
Meanwhile, the mood at the BJP office in Mumbai was celebratory following Thackeray’s resignation with chants in support of former CM Devendra Fadnavis.
BJP core group meeting will be held on Thursday. After the meeting, things related to swearing-in will be decided. The new government can take oath on July 1 or 2.
Kanhaiya Lal, who supported Nupur Sharma’s controversial statement about the Prophet Mohammad was killed by two youths.
Uttrakhand,India: There is an alert in the entire state after the tailor’s throat slitting case in Udaipur, Rajasthan. After this incident, incidents of stone pelting and arson have also come to the fore in many places in the state. As a precautionary measure, the administration has imposed curfew in many districts. The involvement of the jihadi group is being feared in this case. Due to this a team of senior rank officers of NIA was sent to Udaipur. The officers of IB in collaboration with the central agency will see the larger conspirancy.
The video of the Udaipur incident also surfaced. The accused also shot the video at the time of murder. Not only this, he later released another video threatening to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well.
According to sources, NIA officials will investigate whether the Radical Group has links with the Global Terror Group. A few days ago, Al-Qaeda had threatened that there would be attacks in many big cities. Investigation is also being done from this angle. After the incident, ADG Law and Order Hawa Singh Ghumaria said that there is a situation of tension in Udaipur after the incident. Internet services have been suspended in Udaipur district. ADG Jangi Srinivasa Rao and Dinesh MN have left for Udaipur. RAC troops were sent to the spot. An additional contingent of 600 policemen is deployed on the spot.
Uttrakhand, India: At least 18 people were killed in a missile attack on a shopping center in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk , the BBC reported, Ukrainian President volodymir Zelensky as saying that about a thousand civilians are estimated to be inside the mall at 15:50 a.m. on Monday.
Zelensky said the attack was the most brutal terrorist act in European history. He said that the mall has no strategic importance for him and does not pose any threat to his army. He said that this is just complete terrorism madness, such people attack such things with missiles, they should not get any place on this land.
The leaders of the G7 group meeting in Germany condemned the attack and called it a disgusting incident. “Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians are war crimes,” he said in a joint statement.
In addition to condemning the attack, the group of countries pledged to continue to provide financial, humanitarian as well as military assistance to Ukraine in a joint statement.
Uttrakhand,India: Amidst the sanctions imposed on Russia, India has increased the import of Russian crude oil. India is buying Russian crude oil at a huge discount of 30 per cent, which has hit the US, UK and Europe’s efforts to harm Russia economically by imposing sanctions.
Amidst these sanctions from Western countries, Russia exported oil worth $ 20 billion in May. But now the concern is being raised that Russia’s oil is being transported to Europe through India.
The quantity India is buying and exporting Russia’s oil shows that some of that crude oil is going to filling stations in Europe.However, it is not yet clear where the crude oil brought by SCF PRIMORYE oil tanker will be used.
The owner of Vadinagar oil refinery did not give any information regarding whether they are sending Russian oil to Europe or not.
In May, India imported about eight lakh barrels of crude oil per day from Russia. Rating agency Fitch estimates that this import may soon increase to one million barrels per day of India’s total imports.