Morning Summary | Two pilots killed in IAF plane crash in Rajasthan; no better time to play sports in India than now, says PM Modi, and more

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Two pilots killed in IAF plane crash at Barmer

Two pilots were killed when a two-seat Mig-21 trainer aircraft encountered a crash near Barmer district in Rajasthan around 9:30 p.m.

No better time to play sports in India than now, says PM Modi

On July 28, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said there is no better time for sports in India as Indian sportsmen have been excelling in various sports lately.

PV Sindhu and Manpreet Singh lead India’s contingent at Birmingham Commonwealth Games as opening ceremony begins

The Opening Ceremony of the 22nd Commonwealth Games began here on Thursday to great fanfare and in front of around 30,000 spectators, showcasing the best of Birmingham and the whole of the UK.

Biden, Xi hold talks amid tensions in Taiwan

US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a phone meeting on Thursday amid growing tensions between the two countries over a range of issues, most recently over the possible upcoming visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan.

Monk’s death from mining dispute shakes up Rajasthan politics ahead of election

The self-immolation and death of a septuagenarian monk, Baba Vijay Das, who was protesting against mining in Bharatpur has intensified politics in Rajasthan, the state which is expected to see polls by the end of the ‘next year.

Indian soccer | Supreme Court calls for AIFF polls to avoid FIFA ban

Amid the continuing threat of a FIFA ban on the Indian Football Federation (AIFF), the Supreme Court said on Thursday that it will first deal with the issue of holding elections so that a body democratically elected be in place long before the Under-17 Women’s World Cup.

India concerned over execution of four pro-democracy activists in Myanmar

India on Thursday expressed deep concern over the execution of four pro-democracy activists by Myanmar’s military government and said the rule of law and democratic process must be upheld in the country.

Explosives found in farm of arrested Meghalaya BJP leader

Meghalaya police on Thursday recovered explosive materials from the farm that arrested BJP Vice President Bernard Marak allegedly used as a brothel.

Energy on the table, French President Macron receives the Saudi prince for dinner

French President Emmanuel Macron welcomes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to his presidential palace on Thursday and treats him to dinner as part of contentious talks that mark another step in the Saudi leader’s diplomatic rehabilitation – a move that has drawn heavy criticism in France after the horrific Saudi murder. by US-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018.

Bhupendra Yadav promises better policies for migrants at ILO meeting

A two-day consultation on “Labour Migration: Advancing Resilient, Inclusive and Sustainable Policies and Institutions in India, Promoting Decent Work for All”, organized by the International Labor Organization (ILO) , kicked off here on Thursday. He saw discussions, decent work and fair migration, and identified comprehensive gender-responsive policy perspectives and opportunities for improving social protection, fair and effective labor migration frameworks, security and occupational health (OHS), skills, data, reintegration, etc.

RBI prohibits non-card issuers from storing CoF data from October 1

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Thursday that effective October 1, no entity in the card transaction/payment chain, other than card issuers and/or card networks, can store data. CoF (card on file), and all that previously stored data needs to be purged.

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