World News Brief: 8 June 2024


Numerous events are happening around us every day. A few things may come up in the discussion. But 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.

Tight security across Delhi on the occasion of Modi’s swearing-in
Narendra Modi is going to take oath as the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive term. Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to serve three consecutive terms after Congress leader Jawaharlal Nehru. Tight security has been put in place in Delhi on the occasion of his swearing-in. Special arrangements are also being made for world leaders attending the grand event.

In Modi’s new government, 4 ministries of TDP, 2 of JDU
Chandrababu Naidu’s party TDP is going to get four ministries in Narendra Modi’s third government. They won 16 seats in the election. And Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United (JDU), which won 12 seats, is getting two ministries.

The opposition was not invited to Modi’s swearing-in ceremony
Narendra Modi will take oath as the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive term on Sunday (June 9). At least eight thousand guests including heads of government of different countries will participate in this event. But the leaders of the opposition alliance India may not be present there. Because, they claim, they have not been invited to the Prime Minister’s swearing-in ceremony so far.

Who is this YouTuber Dhruv Rathi hit Modi’s castle?
There is no dearth of people in India to criticize or oppose the Bharatiya Janata Party and Narendra Modi. From opposition politicians to social media influencers, many are on this list. However, after the release of Indian election results, a name is floating in the social media of Pakistan and even Bangladesh. He is Dhruva Rathi.

Finally, the United Nations added Israel to the list of ‘criminal’ countries
The United Nations has added the Israeli army to its list of ‘criminal’ countries for attacking innocent children in the besieged Palestinian Gaza Strip and killing thousands of children. This was confirmed by Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Ardan.

Israel killed more than 15 thousand children in Gaza
Israeli forces have killed more than 15,000 children in Gaza. Israel has been added to the UN’s annual blacklist of countries that persecute children in armed conflict. Francesca Albanese, UN human rights expert in the occupied Palestinian territories, welcomed the march. He said, this step is the result of their long wait.

MP Anna’s murder/Siam in 14-day CID custody
Accused in the murder case of MP Anwarul Azim Anna of Jhenaidah-4 Constituency. A court in West Bengal ordered Siam Hossain to CID custody for 14 days. The judge gave this order when he was taken to Barasat District and Sessions Court of North 24 Parganas on Saturday (June 8) afternoon.

Attack on the Danish Prime Minister
Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was attacked. The Prime Minister’s office said in a statement that he was shocked by the attack on the streets of Copenhagen. The attack took place in a square in the center of the city. According to a BBC report, a man approached the Prime Minister and attacked him.

Adani to invest $1 billion in wind power project in Sri Lanka
India’s leading business conglomerate Adani Group plans to invest $1 billion in wind power projects in Sri Lanka. It is the largest single investment by a foreign group in the island nation. Moreover, this is going to be the largest power project in Sri Lanka.

Apollo 8 astronaut dies in plane crash
US astronaut William Anders was killed in a small plane crash. He was 90 years old. He photographed the historic Earthrise from space 55 years ago. His death has been confirmed by his family.

Pakistan received more than 3 billion dollars in expatriate income in one month
Pakistan’s expatriate income hit a record in May this year. Expatriates sent remittances of $3.243 billion to the country this month, which is 54.2 percent more than a year ago.

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