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- Kangana Now Names Uddhav's Son, Chocolate Soldier Near China And Corona To 17 MPs Before Parliament Session
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Kangana Ranot has returned to Himachal, but her attacks on the Shiv Sena are not stopping. On the other hand, after the corona test of 4 thousand people, the monsoon session of Parliament has started. Let's start the morning news brief.
Today these 2 events will be watched
1. Prime Minister Modi for Bihar 541.Will lay the foundation stone for 7 projects worth crores.
2. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh can give a statement on the India-China issue on LAC in Parliament.
Now tomorrow's 7 important news
1. First day of monsoon session, 17 MPs got positive
The fourth session of the 17th Lok Sabha started from Monday. JDU MP Harivansh was elected Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha. The temperature check was done at the entry point of Parliament. The report of 17 MPs has been positive so far. Of these, 12 MPs are from BJP. –Read full news
2. Kangana returns to Himachal, targeted at Aditya
Kangana returned to Himachal after spending 5 days in Mumbai. Arriving there tweeted, “The problem of CM of Maharashtra is that I exposed the killers of Sushant Singh Rajput, who hangs around with his beloved son Aditya Thackeray. Now they want to fix me, let's see who fixes. ” –Read full news
3. China's spying on big people of India
A large data company associated with the Chinese government is monitoring 10,000 Indian people and organizations. These include the names of 10,000 big people and institutions, including Prime Minister Modi, President Kovind and Congress President Sonia. This has been revealed in the Investigation of Indian Express. –Read full news
4. Chocolate Soldier
Chinese soldiers are chocolate solders. The term is derived from George Bernard Shaw's play 'Arms and the Man'. Those who are recruited in the army for money and benefits and are afraid to face the bullet are called chocolate solders. This is being said about China because a Chinese officer refused to counter attack when India occupied the major peaks of Ladakh recently. –Read full news
5. Strongest Story of Shaurya from Indo-China Border
Colonel Ranbir Singh Jamwal has conquered Everest three times. It was he who led the Indian soldiers to the black top amid low oxygen and minus temperatures at an altitude of 18 thousand feet. He is the only one in the country who has returned after touching the world's seven highest peaks. –Read full news
6. Oracle wins ticket ticket
Oracle bets on buying American business of Tittock, the short video platform of Chinese company BiteDance. However, Bytdance denied the partnership. At the same time, according to the New York Times, ByteDance has chosen Oracle as the technical partner to run TickTalk. –Read full news
7. Preparing to open cinema hall from next month
Unlock 4.0 guidelines expire on September 30. It is expected that the new guidelines will allow the opening of the cinema hall from 1 October. Movie theaters across the country have been closed since 23 March. In multiplexes, special arrangements are being made regarding safety from coronavirus. –Read full news
Now the history of 15 September
1860: M. Visvesvaraya, considered India's greatest engineer, was born. It is celebrated as Engineers Day in the country.
1876: Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay was born.
1959: Doordarshan started in Delhi.
2008: Lehman Brothers, one of the largest banks in America, declared itself bankrupt. This was one of the factors of the global recession.
On the go, the famous Bengali novelist and short story writer Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. He was born today.