The Daily Guardian - July 22, 2022
The Daily Guardian - July 22, 2022
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July 22, 2022
Celebrations across country for first tribal President
After Droupadi Murmu’s grand victory, the celebration included tribal dance, drums, laddoos, and banners.
LEADERS CUTTING ACROSS PARTY LINES CONGRATULATE DROUPADI MURMU
As NDA Presidential candidate Droupadi Murmu got elected as the 15th President of India, leaders from BJP and other political parties greeted and congratulated her. Congratulations came from Nepal PM as well.
IT'S MY TURN, BLESS ME: SHIVAKUMAR TO VOKKALIGAS
Speaking exclusively to The Daily Guardian, D.K.Shivakumar said, 'I am not a sanyasi. What's wrong with me seeking the blessings of my community people?'
CALL OFF PROTEST OR ELSE: UMA BHARTI WARNS SONIA GANDHI
Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Uma Bharti wrote on Twitter in Hindi, "If Sonia Gandhi Ji stops the protesters protesting her appearance before the ED in the National Herald case today, then it will be decided that she is really a citizen and a serious leader of this country."
FREE 24-HOUR ELECTRICITY: AAP'S FIRST GUARANTEE TO GUJARAT AS COUNTDOWN FOR POLLS BEGIN
In the run up to Gujarat polls 2022, Aam Aadmi Party's national convener Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday gave the first guarantee to the people of Gujarat, i.e to provide 24 hours free electricity to the people of Gujarat like Delhi and Punjab.
Punjab to be freed of gangsters: Bhagwant Mann
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that the action of the Punjab Police on Wednesday was in line with the state government's policy of not dealing with gangsters and anti-social elements.
SC TO WAIT FOR VARANASI COURT'S ORDER, ADJOURNS HEARING TO OCTOBER
The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the appeal filed by the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee to October first week, saying it would wait for the decision of the Varanasi court on the Committee's plea questioning the maintainability of the suit filed by Hindu women.
COMPLETED ASSESSMENTS CAN BE INTERFERED WITH ONLY ON THE BASIS OF INCRIMINATING MATERIAL UNEARTHED DURING COURSE OF SEARCH: ITAT
The Delhi Bench of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) in the case AGM Properties P. Ltd. Versus ACIT observed and has held that completed assessments could be interfered with by the AO while making an assessment under section 153A only on the basis of some incriminating material unearthed during the course of search.
Sri Lanka needs aid amid alarming economic crisis: UN
Experts say the crisis is severely affecting human rights in Sri Lanka. People with illnesses and those in need of life assistance are experiencing shortages of food and healthcare amenities.
TEAM INDIA SWEAT IT OUT IN NETS AHEAD OF FIRST ODI
Team India had their first net practice session in Trinidad T ahead of the first ODI against the West Indies, which will take place on Friday.
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