This evening’s latest news ( Aaj Ki Taza Khabar), 23 May 2022 News and news: PM Modi while addressing Indians in Japan said that I draw a line on stone, not on butter, in Gyanvapi case of Kashi Karwat temple. Mahant has claimed that there is no Shivling in Gyanvapi, but there is only a fountain, WHO has issued a warning about monkeypox disease has spread in 12 countries of the world. At the same time, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is going to Rajgir located in his home district Nalanda on a one-day tour and Pakistan is now pleading in front of the world to save Yasin Malik after being found guilty by the Delhi Court. Know Monday evening’s big five. News…
I draw lines on stones, not butter, says PM Modi among migrants in Tokyo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the NRIs in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. The Prime Minister said that today a truly people-led government is working in India. This model of governance is making the delivery efficient. India is regaining its lost faith. This is the biggest reason for the ever-strengthening faith in democracy. PM Modi said that as much as today’s India is proud of its past, it is equally optimistic about Tech Led, Science Led, Innovation Led, Tailand Led Future. Modi said, “I draw a line on a stone, not on butter.”
‘There is a fountain in the Gyanvapi complex, not a Shivling, but I did not see it moving’, claims the Mahant of Kashi
Gyanvapi issue remains a topic of discussion in the whole country. One side is claiming to have a Shivling in the Gyanvapi complex while the other side is telling it to be a fountain. The report of the survey done regarding this is in the court and everyone is waiting for the decision of the court. At the same time, the Mahant of Kashi Karvat temple, located just behind the Kashi Vishwanath temple, has a different claim. As he has been seeing for the last 50 years. Along with Ganesh Shankar Upadhyay also claims that he has never seen the fountain moving.
Nitish Kumar Rajgir Visit: What is the Rajgir connection to the political upheaval in Bihar? Nitish is reaching here tomorrow
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is going on a one-day visit to Rajgir in his home district of Nalanda on Tuesday, amid intensifying political agitation in Bihar. It is being told that Nitish Kumar will inspect the Ganga Jal Project during this tour. But those who understand the politics of Bihar very closely, they know that why Nitish Kumar’s visit to Rajgir increases the beats of the political parties of Bihar? In 2017, when Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with the RJD and formed the government with the BJP, he went on a stay in Rajgir for a few days just before breaking the alliance.
Monkeypox: Monkeypox spread in 12 countries, WHO warns, will it spread in India too?
A new disease is spreading rapidly in the world, which is named ‘Monkeypox’. According to the latest report, so far 92 patients of monkeypox have been found worldwide. All these cases have been found in 12 countries including UK, European countries, North America and Australia. Although no cases of monkeypox have been found in India so far, the central government has asked the ‘National Center for Disease Control’ and the ‘Indian Council of Medical Research’ to remain alert.
Yasin Malik convicted in terror funding, Pakistan pleaded in front of the world
Pakistan is now pleading in front of the world to save Yasin Malik, the chief of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, convicted by the Delhi Court. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has also appealed for it by tweeting. Yasin Malik was convicted by the Delhi court on Thursday in the terror funding case. The court held that Malik had created a worldwide network for the purpose of raising money for terrorist and illegal activities in the region in the name of independence of Jammu and Kashmir.
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