Morning News Brief: Revolt in Shiv Sena, Minister Eknath breaks 30 MLAs; BJP played tribal card for the post of President

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Both the candidates have been decided for the presidential election. Draupadi Murmu from the NDA and Yashwant Sinha from the opposition. Draupadi Murmu, the former Governor of Jharkhand, will become the first President born in independent India if she wins. She will also become the second woman President after Pratibha Patil. On the other hand, the Uddhav government of Maharashtra is in trouble for the third time in two and a half years. Strong minister Eknath Shinde has turned rebel along with 30 MLAs. If Shinde does not agree, then the fall of the Uddhav government is certain.

Read the big news of the country and the world in just 5 minutes, in the morning news brief…

First of all, today’s major events, which will be seen

  1. Navy will release the calendar of recruitments under the Agneepath scheme.
  2. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will meet with the Australian Defense Minister in Delhi.
  3. The Ranji Trophy final between Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai will begin in Bengaluru.

5 big news that will keep you updated
1. Draupadi Murmu NDA’s Presidential Candidate, Yashwant Sinha Consent Of The Opposition

The names of both the presidential candidates were announced in a single day. In the meeting convened by Sharad Pawar earlier in the day, 13 opposition parties including Congress agreed on Yashwant Sinha’s name. After this, a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board was held late in the evening. After this party president JP Nadda announced the name of Draupadi Murmu. Murmu has also been the first tribal woman governor of Jharkhand.
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2. Uddhav angered minister Eknath Shinde rebelled, crisis on government in Maharashtra
Maharashtra’s strong minister Eknath Shinde has put the Uddhav government in trouble. He reached Gujarat with more than 30 MLAs. After this the condition was laid that Shiv Sena should leave NCP and Congress and form an alliance with BJP. After efforts to persuade Eknath failed, Uddhav shifted the remaining MLAs to the hotel. If Shinde does not agree, then the fall of the Uddhav government is certain.
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3. ED’s questioning ends with Rahul, more than 11 hours of question-and-answer on the 5th day
ED questioned Rahul Gandhi on the 5th day in the National Herald case. After 10 hours of continuous interrogation, Rahul got a break of about 30 minutes. After this there were questions and answers again till late in the night. The ED has not called him for further questioning. Meanwhile, the performance of the Congress also continued. Angry over being detained, Mahila Congress President Neta D’Souza spat on the women policemen.
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4. 105-year-old grandmother’s new record in 100 meters, completed the race in 45.40 seconds

105-year-old Ram Bai has set a new record in 100 meters race. Ram Bai, who lives in Charkhi Dadri village of Haryana, is 105 years old. He completed the race in 45.40 seconds. Prior to him this record was in the name of Man Kaur, who completed the race in 74 seconds. Ram Bai has already won 4 gold in running and long jump. She eats 250 grams of ghee every day and runs 5 to 6 kilometres.
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5. Chiefs of the three armies met PM Modi, Agniveer will be able to go directly to the Merchant Navy
The chiefs of the three services met PM Modi amid the opposition to the Agneepath scheme of army recruitment. The Prime Minister met the three separately. Meanwhile, the Navy has told that Agniveer, who has taken 4 years of training, can go directly to the Merchant Navy. On the other hand, late in the evening, some youths reached in front of BJP President JP Nadda’s house in Delhi with torches in their hands. They threw torches at the entry gate of the house.
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Some important news in the headline…

  1. On International Yoga Day, PM Modi did yoga with 15000 people, ITBP jawans did Surya Namaskar in snow (read full news)
  2. Nuisance at Yoga Day program in Maldives, radicals attacked people doing yoga, President orders investigation (read full news)
  3. Asked in MPPSC paper- Should Kashmir be given to Pakistan? The chairman said – the number of answers will not be counted (read full news)
  4. 3 CRPF personnel martyred in the attack of Naxalites on Chhattisgarh-Odisha border, attacked by ambushing the road opening party (read full news)
  5. Due to the absence of a doctor in Pakistan’s hospital, the hospital staff was doing delivery, separated the child’s head from the body (read full news)

News In this news…

Most read news…

  1. 3 women were in the race for Presidential candidate, Draupadi Murmu was stamped; For the first time, tribal women leaders near the post of President
  2. Changed religion for ration card and house, inside story of 18 people who changed from Muslim to Hindu in Madhya Pradesh
  3. When the captain was angry with Rohit, Karthik was angry about sending him down in the batting order, became Team India’s best finisher after 4 years

The photo which is news in itself…

Thousands of people are upset by Britain’s biggest rail strike in 30 years. There was no consensus on wages and job security between the employees’ unions and the railway companies. After this, 40 thousand employees decided not to work on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Due to this, out of about 20 thousand trains running daily, only 4500 ran. London Metro workers also went on strike for 24 hours. Due to this the metro transport system of the capital came to a standstill.

what happened today in history
The great Italian astronomer and mathematician Galileo was sentenced by the Church on this day in 1633. His fault was to claim that the Earth revolves around the Sun. The Church held that Galileo’s doctrine and belief were an insult to divine religious books. He was found guilty of being a heretic. After this Galileo was put under house arrest. He died on 8 January 1642. On 31 October 1992, the church admitted its mistake and said that Galileo was right. The church made a mistake in understanding them.

  • In 2007, Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams returned to Earth after completing her first space tour.

Sagittarius people should avoid investing in the stock market today, you should also know your horoscope

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