August 12, 2022
Nirmala Sitharaman justifies price hike, says zero inflation likely in India and other stories

Kerala reports 5th monkeypox case as 30-year-old UAE returnee tests positive

Kerala reported one more case of monkeypox on Tuesday, making it the fifth infection in the state and the seventh in India. State Health Minister Veena George said the 30-year-old man arrived at the Kozhikode airport from the United Arab Emirates on July 27 and is undergoing treatment in Malappuram. read more

ED again raids two places linked to jailed Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut

Two days after the arrest of jailed Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, the Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday again raided two places of his. Sources said that two raids are being conducted at places linked to Raut’s aides. read more

Rain continues in Kerala, IMD issues red alert in 10 districts till August 3

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday issued a red alert in 10 districts of the southern state amid reports of landslides and rise in river water level in some parts of the state amid incessant rains in Kerala. The IMD had also issued a red alert for August 3 in the same 10 districts. read more

In MP, Sons Forced to Carry Mother’s Body on Bike as Government Hospital Refuses Van

In Madhya Pradesh’s Shahdol district, two brothers were forced to carry their mother’s body on a motorcycle after they were denied a horse van by the district hospital. As The Week reports, they could not afford private vehicles, which demanded Rs 5,000 for a journey of 80 km. read more

Nirmala Sitharaman justifies price hike, says inflation rate likely to be zero in India

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday asserted in the Lok Sabha that India does not face any risk of recession or stagflation as its macroeconomic fundamentals are “correct”. In a nearly two-hour long reply to the debate on price hike, he said India continues to be the fastest growing economy in the world, citing reports from global agencies. read more

Al-Zawahiri loved to sit outside on his balcony. The CIA watched him for months before he was killed

The US planned to kill Ayman al-Zawahiri over a period of several months. On July 31, 2022, two Hellfire missiles fired using US drones ended the life of the al-Qaeda chief while he was sitting outside in his balcony, cutting him to pieces but without causing any harm to other individuals. . read more

Traveling man fined Rs 2 lakh for carrying McDonald’s breakfast in flight

If you’re hungry and don’t have time to cook or wait, our best option is fast food. However, imagine that this option costs you a thousand times more than the actual cost. Terrible, isn’t it? A tourist was recently fined heavily for dining on a flight from Bali to Australia, where a simple burger and wrap breakfast at McDonald’s cost the passenger Rs 2 lakh. read more

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