Author: Editor's Desk, Tattva News

President Joe Biden announced Sunday he is ending his bid for a second term and endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris as the Democratic nominee. The stunning and virtually unprecedented move comes in the wake of the president’s COVID-19 diagnosis on Wednesday, which prompted more calls from within his own Democratic Party for him to drop out of the race. “It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve as your President,” he said in a statement on Sunday. “And while it has been my intention to seek reelection, I believe it is in the best interest of my…

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 46th Session of the World Heritage Committee Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi. It is for the first time that India is hosting the World Heritage Committee Meeting. The session which starts today will commence on July 31, 2024, at Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi. He also addressed the event and announced a $1 million contribution to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. He said that the grant will help the countries, especially the Global South, in capacity building, technical assistance and world heritage site conservation. PM Modi said that last year India hosted the G20 with the theme of…

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday came down heavily on National Congress Party (SP) chief Sharad Pawar and called him the chief of corrupt people. He accused him of institutionalising the corruption in the country. Amit Shah made these remarks while addressing the Maharashtra BJP’s Pune session. He said, “The biggest chief of corruption is Sharad Pawar. If there is anyone who has institutionalised corruption in this country, it is Sharad Pawar. Now this won’t work.” Targeting Pawar for spreading lies, Shah accused him of exploiting the Maratha reservation issue for his political gains. He said, “Sharad Pawar is…

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An all-party meeting, chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, was held on Sunday ahead of the budget session which begins on Monday. The meeting, organised by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kiren Rijiju, saw floor leaders of various political parties discuss the issues they plan to address during the session. The Congress sought the Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker’s position for the Opposition besides raising controversial issues like NEET-UG irregularities and question paper leaks. The Kanwar Yatra nameplate controversy was also raised by the opposition party. Party leader Gaurav Gogoi said the opposition should be allowed to raise issues in Parliament after Parliamentary…

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After days of deadly protest that saw over 114 people dead, Bangladesh’s top court on Sunday scrapped the controversial quota system for government jobs. The court’s Appellate Division dismissed a lower court order that had reinstated the controversial quota system that reserved up to 30% of government jobs for relatives of veterans who fought in Bangladesh’s war of independence in 1971. The protesting students were demanding to scrap the country’s quota system that reserves 30% of government jobs for families of the country’s freedom fighters, along with other reservations leaving just 44% of opportunities open to the students. The court…

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In the latest development, the Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested three more individuals in the NEET-UG paper leak case. According to sources, the three arrested individuals include, Kumar Mangalam Bishnoi, Dipendra Kumar and Shashi Kumar Paswan. Shashi, a B.Tech (Electrical) pass out from the National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, is one of the masterminds of the paper leak. Moreover, Bishnoi and Dipendra, second-year and first-year medical students at the Bharatpur Medical College respectively, were part of the solver gang. Shashi is an accomplice of Pankaj alias Aditya who was arrested earlier and stole the paper from the trunk from Hazaribagh. According to the information,…

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah at a rally in poll-bound Jharkhand’s Ranchi told people that after forming government in the state, the BJP will bring out a ‘White Paper’ on demography to protect tribal people and their lands. “Infiltrators are marrying tribal women, buying their land, tribal population is shrinking in Jharkhand,” the Union Home Minister said. Hitting out at Hemant Soren’s government, Amit Shah said, “Jharkhand CM is behind ‘Land Jihad’, ‘Love Jihad’ that are leading to demographic changes in state.” Further speaking at the rally, Amit Shah said, “BJP got more seats in this Lok Sabha election than Congress’…

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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Saturday, July 20, deemed the findings of a paper published in the journal Science Advances on life expectancy during the COVID-19 pandemic in India as “untenable and unacceptable.” The Ministry highlighted several critical flaws in the study’s methodology. In an official statement, the Ministry emphasized that the authors of the study based their conclusions on a subset of households surveyed in the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) between January and April 2021. The authors compared mortality rates in these households for 2020 with 2019 and extrapolated the results to the entire country.…

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Sunita Kejriwal, wife of AAP convenor, on Saturday kickstarted party’s Assembly poll campaign in Haryana with the announcement of Delhi Chief Minister’s guarantees for the poll-bound state. With husband Arvind Kejriwal in jail, his wife has taken up the charge of party’s victory in Haryana. The Delhi CM’s wife Sunita Kejriwal announced “Kejriwal Ki Guarantee” in a townhall meeting at Haryana’s Panchkula on Saturday. She was accompanied by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, AAP national general secretary (organisation) Sandeep Pathak, and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh. AAP has promised to provide free and 24-hour electricity, free treatment, free education, Rs…

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The Directorate of Enforcement has arrested Haryana’s Congress MLA Surender Panwar. The Sonepat MLA was arrested from Gurugram past midnight in a case of illegal mining.The federal agency had raided the premises of the 55-year-old legislator in January. It had then arrested former Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) legislator from Yamunanagar, Dilbag Singh, and one of his associates in the case. The money-laundering case stems from several FIRs registered by the Haryana Police for probing alleged illegal mining of boulders, gravel and sand that took place in the past in Yamunanagar and nearby districts in spite of a ban imposed…

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