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WW-2 lessons forgotten by Russia: Zelensky on ‘Hitler had Jewish origin’ comment

Russia seems to have forgotten the lessons of the second World War, Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky said on Monday in his daily address in yet another series of strong remarks amid Moscow’s offensive and Kyiv’s resistance with the conflict coming into the tenth week. Read extra

On Eid-al-Fitr, PM Modi requires ‘togetherness, brotherhood’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night time prolonged his greetings on the event of the Eid-al-Fitr. Read extra

Watch: Sanju Samson’s uncommon DRS protest in opposition to umpire’s broad name sparks debate in KKR vs RR IPL match

The nineteenth over of the Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals match at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai was filled with drama. Read extra

Met Gala 2022: Natasha Poonawalla brings Indian glamour, nails Met Gala look in Sabyasachi saree & Schiaparelli bustier

Indian socialite and businesswoman Natasha Poonawalla introduced the Indian illustration to the Met Gala 2022 purple carpet and received over the desi web. Read extra

Shaan on internet hosting Mika Singh’s ‘swayamvar’, Mika Di Vohti: ‘I’ve saved many marriages, do counselling’

Shaan, higher recognized for his evergreen romantic numbers, is all set to host upcoming actuality present, Mika Di Vohti. Read extra



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    Supreme Court draft ruling rejects abortion rights: Report

    The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade choice defending the constitutional proper to abortion, in accordance with a draft majority opinion circulated contained in the courtroom, Politico reported. A ruling overturning Roe could be transformational — legally, politically and socially. In the Supreme Court’s trendy historical past, no draft choice has been disclosed publicly whereas a case was pending. Supreme Court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe stated the courtroom had no remark.

  • US President Joe Biden speaks during an event in Poland amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

    Will (and when) Biden go to Ukraine? Here’s what White House stated

    US President Joe Biden would “love to visit Ukraine,” however there are not any present plans for him to take action, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki stated on Monday because the conflict entered its 69th day. Psaki stated the White House would proceed to evaluate the scenario, and underscored the Biden administration’s goal to reopen the US Embassy and have US diplomats on website.

  • Former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally for Nebraska Republican gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster.

    Trump in courtroom: $10,000 each day effective for contempt, document search ‘unconscionable’

    In a courtroom attraction, a lawyer for Donald Trump stated Monday it’s “unconscionable and indefensible” for the ex-president to be held in contempt and fined $10,000 a day for failing to show over paperwork he does not possess. Habba informed State Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron in Manhattan every week in the past that she met with Trump to make sure he had no information and there have been none to be discovered. She stated the extra submissions final week amounted to “extraordinary efforts to comply.”

  • US President Joe Biden poses for a selfie while hosting a reception to celebrate Eid al-Fitr at the White House in Washington, U.S.

    Biden, Trudeau amongst world leaders to increase Eid greetings

    US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden prolonged their greetings on the event of Eid-al-Fitr, restoring celebrations of the Muslim competition on the White House after his predecessor scrapped them. Eid, which marks the top of Ramadan after the moon is sighted, is being celebrated by the Muslim group across the globe. He was pressured to carry a digital celebration final year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Ukraine war: A rescuer stands in front of a damaged building in Odessa, southern Ukraine on April 24, 2022, which was reportedly hit by missile strike. 

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