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MoscowRussian President Vladimir Putin has removed his deputy defense minister amid the defeat in the war with Ukraine. Information about this has been given by the Ministry of Defense of Russia. It has been told by the Ministry of Defense that Army General Dmitry Bulgakov has been removed from his duty. The person Putin has chosen to replace General Bulgakov is seen as a cruel general. People even call him ‘the butcher of Mariupol’. The general was responsible for the logistics of Dmitry’s war, and this is the area where Russia has suffered the most in the war. Former deputy…

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New YorkIndia’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Saturday. This was his debut in Unga as foreign minister and in his first speech he lashed out at China. In place of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Jaishankar took the front here and gave a message to the Mahasabha on behalf of the PM. Jaishankar told the world from this platform that India as a country has come to a position where it is able to easily take up the biggest responsibility. The 77th session of Unga is going on in New York City, USA…

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With the aim of spreading lung health awareness around the world World Lung Day 2022 on 25 September is celebrated. Lung disease is a painful disease. People of any age can fall prey to it. Even now, millions of people lose their lives every year around the world due to lung disease.Which disease occurs in the lungs? The major diseases related to it include TB, asthma, COPD, pneumonia, and lung cancer etc. Which is the result of factors like air pollution, smoking and climate change. In such a situation, it is very important to find out on time whether your…

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The Joint Entrance Examination Council, Uttar Pradesh (JEECUP) fourth round of counseling will begin today. Students willing to take admission can submit their application form (JEECUP Counseling 2022) by visiting the official website jeecup.admissions.nic.in. Students have to login with the help of their application number and password. Note that only one day will be given to apply and round 4 seat allotment result will be released on 27th September 2022.JEECUP Counseling 2022 Fill your form with these stepsstep 1- To fill the application form, first of all go to the official website jeecup.admissions.nic.in.Step 2In the second step, on the homepage…

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Seoul, Sep 25 (AP) North Korea on Sunday test-fired a short-range ballistic missile toward its eastern seaboard. Pyongyang took this step as a US aircraft carrier arrived in Seoul for joint military exercises with South Korea. The US and South Korea are conducting these joint military exercises in view of the growing threat from North Korea’s nuclear program in the Asian peninsula. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile, fired from the western city of Taekwon, took off in the open skies before lap of the sea off North Korea’s east coast. However, the South Korean military has…

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United Nations : In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar mentioned India’s development and its importance in the present times. External Affairs Minister greeted the United Nations on behalf of 130 crore Indians. Jaishankar said that we are celebrating 75 years of India’s independence as Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. The story of this era is about the hard work, determination and enterprise of millions of common Indians. We are rejuvenating a society plagued by centuries of foreign invasions, colonialism, and doing so in a democratic framework. This is a ‘New India’, a…

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Kabul: There has been a ruckus over the speech given by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shahbaz Sharif at the UNGA. Now the Taliban and other Afghan leaders have reacted sharply to their allegations against Afghanistan. The Taliban has said that there is no presence of any armed group in Afghanistan. Showing a mirror to Pakistan, the Taliban also said that the world should positively engage with the Islamic Emirate to share its views and concerns instead of raising baseless concerns and allegations. At the same time, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said that Pakistan is nurturing and using terrorism…

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Beijing: Rumors of a coup in China have created panic on social media. People are claiming that President Xi Jinping has been placed under house arrest. Meanwhile, many questions are also being raised on the absence of police from the capital Beijing. Some media reports claimed that the Chinese military was planning a coup during public holidays. It was to be carried out during the Golden Week before China’s National Day on 1 October. Although there has been no coup in China since independence, the Chinese people are also plagued by Xi Jinping’s third term and continuous one-party rule over…

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(Yoshita Singh) New York, Sep 24 (PTI) The conflict in Ukraine has increased inflation related to food and energy making it the biggest challenge of the moment, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday. He said India has responded in recent years by supplying food grains including grants to Afghanistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Yemen and many other countries. Speaking at a special ‘[email protected]’ showcasing India-UN Partnership in Action event here, Jaishankar said that India sees itself as a developed country by 2047, the 100th year of its independence. Jaishankar said, “We dream of digitizing our villages and reaching the…

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(Yoshita Singh) New York, Sep 24 (PTI) India sees itself as a developed country by 2047, the 100th year of independence, India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday. He said that today’s India dreams of digitizing its remotest village and landing on the moon. He was addressing a special event here on the theme ‘[email protected]’ demonstrating the active participation of India-Union. Jaishankar said, “India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the 18th century used to be about a quarter of the GDP of the whole world, i.e. about 25 percent, but by the middle of the 20th century, due…

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