World News Brief: 11 June 2024


Numerous events are happening around us every day. A few things may come up in the discussion. However, several things become important in terms of time and circumstances. If you don’t know them, you have to fall back in many cases. For this reason, there are some important news for the readers of Jago News from various events happening in different parts of the world.

Boat capsizes off Yemen coast, 49 dead

49 dead after boat carrying migrants capsizes off Yemen coast 140 people are still missing in this tragic accident.

Plane crashes in Malawi, no survivors including vice-president

Wreckage of the plane carrying Malawi’s Vice President Saulos Chilima has been recovered. All on board are also confirmed dead.

Onion prices are increasing in India

Onion prices have started to rise again in India. In the last two weeks, onion prices have increased by 30 to 50 percent in the country.

Russia’s nuclear weapons drills with Belarus

Russia has conducted a second round of exercises on how to deploy strategic nuclear weapons. The army of Belarus also participated in this exercise. Russia organized this exercise mainly against the threat of Western powers.

As soon as the Lok Sabha elections are about to go, West Bengal is again ringing in the polls

It has been just a week since the results of India’s 18th Lok Sabha elections were announced. Two days ago, Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister for the third consecutive term. As soon as the Lok Sabha polls ended, the by-elections to the West Bengal Assembly rang out.

This new minister of India owns 8000 crore rupees

Chandrasekhar Pemmasani of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has emerged as the richest candidate in India’s Lok Sabha elections this year. After becoming an MP, he also got a place in Narendra Modi’s cabinet. Now India’s richest minister is the leader of Andhra Pradesh.

Hamas agrees to UN-backed ceasefire deal

Palestinian independence organization Hamas has agreed to a UN-backed resolution to end the Gaza war. In other words, the organization has agreed on this matter.

This is the call for a Coca-Cola-Pepsi boycott in Morocco

In the wake of the Gaza war, there have been calls around the world for a boycott of Israeli products or companies that support Israel. This time, calls for a boycott of Coca-Cola and Pepsi have spread in the North African country of Morocco. The call refers to the companies’ ‘support’ to Israel in the ongoing war in Gaza.

Dissatisfaction with Modi’s coalition over the ministry, allegations of discrimination were raised

Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive term. His party BJP got a single majority in the previous two times, but this time Modi has to sit in power on the shoulders of NDA allies. Allies had to be given 11 ministerial posts for that. But the NDA coalition is dissatisfied with the distribution of the ministry. BJP’s long-time ally Shiv Sena has alleged discrimination in power-sharing.

4 American teachers stabbed in China

There was a knife attack on four teachers at a US university in China. All of them are known to be teachers of Cornell College, a private university in the state of Iowa, USA. The incident took place on Monday (June 10) in a government park called ‘Beshan’ in northern China’s Jilin province.

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