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Here’s a quick snapshot of breaking news in the world today. Some of the highlights include Aam Aadmi Party making fresh allegations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. RBI governor Shaktikanta Das said the central bank will take a pause in the coming monetary policy meetings. Imran Khan’s PTI may be banned soon, says Pakistan govt. Stay updated with FE Breaking News:

India’s submarine capabilities stall; no order after the last Kalvari-Class

The sixth submarine of Project 75, Yard 11880, Indian Navy’s Kalvari class commenced her sea trials on May 18. The submarine was launched in 2022 from the Kanhoji Angre Wet Basin of Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL). (READ MORE)

MBOSE SSLC, HSSLC Arts Result 2023:  Results to be out on THIS date

Attention students! Meghalaya Board has announced that the results for Class 10th and 12th Arts students will be announced on May 26, 2023. Once the results are out, students will be able to check their scores on the official website – and (READ MORE)

It’s peak ‘Modi’s dictatorship’, AAP on alleged ED ops

Senior Aam Aadmi Partyn leader Sanjay Singh took to Twitter to claim that the Enforcement Directorate officials were conducting raids on the premises of his colleagues Sarvesh Mishra and Ajit Tyagi. Calling the alleged ED ops Modi’s dictatorship, Singh posted a video on Twitter. In the video, he claimed that the ED was conducting raids to ‘torture’ his colleagues.

RJD to boycott inauguration of new Parliament building

The Rashtriyta Janata Dal has said that it will boycott the inauguration of the new Parliament building. The ceremony that will take place on Sunday will see Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurating the new building amid elaborate vedic chants. The Opposition has slammed the event saying that instead of the PM, the President should inaugurate the new building.

Mercedes-AMG SL 55 returns to India on THIS DATE

After a gap of 12 years, the iconic nameplate, Mercedes-AMG SL, returns to India on June 22. Mercedes-Benz will bring the AMG SL 55 4Matic+ via the direct import way. Here’s what to expect from the 2+2 Roadster. (READ MORE)

7 dead in Kishtwar road accident

Seven people were killed and one person was grievously hurt in a horrific accident road accident near Dangduru Dam site in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar. A clip posted by an NGO working in Kishtwar showed onlookers gathered at the accident site.

Om Shanti Om star Nitesh Pandey dies

Well-known TV actor Nitesh Pandey died of cardiac arrest on Wednesday. Latest reports say that his body was found in a hotel room in Nashik. An Indian Express report says that Pandey died of cardiac arrest. He was 51. (READ MORE)

Reserve Bank Governor on policy rate and more

RBI Guv Shaktikanta Das says the decision to tweak policy rates is not in his hand. He added that he himself is driven by the situation on the ground. While addressing an CII event, Das also said that there is a suggestion that the central bank will take a pause in the coming monetary policy meetings. He also added that the there won’t be any issue in the exchange of the Rs 2,000 notes as extensive measures have been made.

Earthquake hits Nepal

An earthquake of 4.5-magnitude hit parts of Nepal on Wednesday. The tremors hit the Western Nepal in the early hours this morning. The epicentre was located at Bajhang East, the local officials were quoted as saying by PTI.

DGCA to audit Go First for service restart

A Go First’s internal memo says that DGCA will be conducting an audit of cash-strapped company. “You are requested to be available for flying so that the relaunch is smooth and we start flying as soon as possible,” the memo said. The memo came after an appeals tribunal upheld insolvency proceedings against Go First.

Russia says it shot down drones in border region

Russian forces shot down “a large number” of drones in Russia’s southern Belgorod region, a local official said on Wednesday, a day after Moscow announced that its forces crushed a cross-border raid in the area from Ukraine. The drones were intercepted overnight over the province, Belgorod Gov. Vyacheslav Gladkov said in a Telegram post. He said that no one had been hurt, but unspecified administrative buildings, residential buildings and cars were damaged. Ukrainian officials made no immediate comment. (AP)

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to be banned?

More trouble for Imran Khan. A Reuters report says that the Pakistan government is planning to ban ex-PM Imran Khan’s party for attacking the state. The Reuters copy quoted Defence Minister Khawaja Asif saying that the Islamabad may take the decision very soon.

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First published on: 24-05-2023 at 09:44 IST