May 24, 2022

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The Ukraine war has become like a rope for Russia. Experts say Russia has lost more soldiers in Iraq-Afghanistan in 20 days than American soldiers have died in 20 years. It broke their morale. Here, the procurement budget of the Indian Army has been slashed. The parliamentary committee considered this dangerous as tensions continued along the border. Read the great news of the country and the world in just 5 minutes in the morning news summary …

First, today’s major events, will be viewed

  1. Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to play Holi with Army personnel in Jammu and inspect the security situation.
  2. The Dalai Lama, a Buddhist leader, is giving offline sermons in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, for the first time in two years.
  3. US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to hold talks on Russia.

5 great news will keep you updated

1. The Army budget is 2.15 lakh crore, but the allocation is 1.52 lakh crore.

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defense has tabled a report in the Lok Sabha on the budget allocation of the Army. In 2022-23, Rs 2.15 lakh crore has been allocated to the military under the capital leadership, but only Rs 1.52 lakh crore, the report said. This money is used to buy weapons and ammunition. The group described it as “extremely dangerous” as tensions rise along the border with China.
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2. Russian bombing of Kharkiv school kills 21, Russia loses more than 7000 soldiers
With 22 days to go before the start of the war in Ukraine, Russia is now targeting more civilians. On Thursday, Russian forces opened fire on a school in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Of these, 21 were killed and 25 were injured. Also on Wednesday, Russia fired a missile at a theater in Mariupol, which became a haven for 1,000 children and women. On the other hand, British and American experts say that more than 7000 Russian soldiers were killed in the war and that the morale of the rest was shattered.
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3. After the defeat, infighting intensified in Congress, with G-23 leaders meeting for the second time in 24 hours.
The war that started within the Congress has intensified after the defeats in 5 states. The leaders of the party’s G-23 group sat openly against the high command and met for the second time in 24 hours. Journalists were also invited to a meeting at Ghulam Nabi Azad’s residence. On the other hand, Adir Ranjan Chaudhry has targeted G-23 leaders. Chaudhry said G-23 leaders should get out of AC room politics.
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4. With rising inflation, Russia will get 20% cheaper oil and petrol and diesel prices will be controlled.
Ukraine is turning into a war profit agreement for India. On the one hand, exports of crops such as Indian wheat have increased due to demand caused by the fall in the global market. At the same time, Russia, now facing sanctions, has agreed to supply crude oil 20 to 25 percent cheaper than international prices. This will help control petrol and diesel prices amid rising inflation, while paying in Indian rupees will ease the burden of the country’s import tariffs.
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5. Cricketer Harbhajan Singh to join Aam Aadmi Party, not Congress, to Rajya Sabha

Three months ago, a photo of former Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh with Congress leader Navjot Sidhu went viral. This sparked rumors that he was joining the Congress, but now he is rumored to be joining the newly formed Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has instructed to send Bajji to the Rajya Sabha and hand over the leadership of the Sports University in Punjab.
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Some important news on the topic …

  1. Virat Kohli loses at worst stage of his career from IPL to international cricket (Read the full story …)
  2. Kashmiri writer Javed Baik apologizes to Kashmiri Pandits; Said – I am a witness, I have sinned, I am ashamed (Read the full story ….)
  3. The new corona variant in Israel, amid growing cases in China, was developed together with 2 subtypes of Omigran (Read the full story …)

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There is political interference in cinema, again debating since ‘The Kashmir Files’ is tax-exempt
There is a controversy surrounding the film ‘The Kashmir Files’. Meanwhile, many federal ministers and politicians have been praising the film. Moreover, the BJP has made the ruling states tax-exempt. The issue of political interference in cinema has once again come under discussion on social media, but this is not the first time the film has been accused of being used for political propaganda. Political interference in cinema has been debated in the past, read on Basker depth In …

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More than 2.5 million people are refugees due to the Russia-Ukraine war. Most of these concerns are expressed about children. Volunteer refugees in Poland are trying to sow the seeds of hope in children and prevent the elderly from becoming depressed. 30 thousand volunteers provide their service and they are working day and night to help people who have left their homes and businesses.

What happened today in history
On the same day in 1922, a British court sentenced Mahatma Gandhi to six years in prison for treason. The sentence was for Gandhiji’s non – violent struggle against the Rowlatt Act of 1919 introduced by the British government. During the protest, a mob rioted and set fire to a police station in Sauri Saura, Uttar Pradesh. Twenty-two people were killed in the violence. Due to this, Gandhiji withdrew his movement, but the British government convicted him of treason. ,Read other events today …,

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