The Morning Standard - July 22, 2022
The Morning Standard - July 22, 2022
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July 22, 2022
Registers thumping victory with 64% of polled votes; to take oath on Monday
ED questions Sonia, Cong leaders protest on streets
AMID protests by Congress workers, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday questioned Congress president Sonia Gandhi, 75, for the first time in the National Herald case. She has been asked to appear again on July 25.
‘NO FLY ZONE’ FOR DRONES IN PUNJAB’S BORDER DISTRICTS
THE Punjab government has banned flying of drones in border districts of the state located up to 25 km from the Pakistan border, warning that any such unauthorised flying object will be shot down, as per directions of Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Janjua.
L-G Saxena rejects CM’s request for Singapore visit
Defiant Kejriwal declares he will ‘go ahead’ with the visit
Congress protests block Delhi roads
THE traffic in central Delhi had been on snail-pace on Thursday as Delhi traffic police restricted several routes, anticipating massive protests over the questioning of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the alleged National Herald money-laundering case.
Covid cases jump, three districts on high alert
City reports 649 fresh cases with a positivity rate of 4.06%, a few cases of BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants recorded
EPS team takes charge of AIADMK headquarters
Valuables, documents missing from building, say supporters
K’taka ex-speaker’s remarks leave Congress red-faced
ON a day when Congress leaders and workers across India hit the streets in protests against the alleged misuse of Central agencies, former Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar’s comments about his party leaders “making enough for three to four generations in the name of Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi”, landed the party in an embarrassing spot.
UAE highest FDI investor in India, host to 35 lakh Indians, says MEA
Gulf state figures in top 10 investors pumping money into India
Spine strong enough to face central agencies: Mamata
DAMPENING expectations that she will announce her party’s roadmap for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Thursday kept her speech restricted to some regular notes while attacking the BJP during her address on the occasion of Martyrs’ Day, the biggest annual event of the party, in Kolkata.
I will lead as a Thatcherite, says Sunak
RISHI Sunak has vowed to work night and day as he embarked upon the final and toughest stretch of his campaign on Thursday to win over the Conservative Party membership to be elected party leader and British Prime Minister.
Gunewardena tipped to be the next Sri Lankan PM
A close ally of Rajapaksa clan, he earlier served as foreign minister
Can't charge for boarding pass: Govt
Move likely to bring relief for passengers who fail to do web check-ins or use kiosks at airports
Javelin thrower Annu qualifies for final
ANNU Rani, India's top woman javelin thrower, managed to secure a place in the final of the World Athletics Championships on Friday (early Saturday India time).
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