The day before on the CBI issued a chargesheet to three people in the case of the death of Sadhu Acharya Narendra Giri. Among the accused is their disciple Anand Giri. Its brother Naresh Gaur, who was detained in March. He is accused by the police of providing SIM cards for the two co-accused, as well as being part of a plot to murder the sadhu.

The other thing is that an important leader of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen extremist group which claimed to be responsible for murders among army personnel, was killed in a shootout in Kulgam. The killers are on their own, however, the police said that it was a terrorist in an "A+ category". The influx of foreign fighters in the country's military is raising the dangers.

The Centre is in the process of auctioning off noncore assets of two state-run telecom firms, BSNL along with MTNL. Each of MTNL and BSNL operate at a loss and have not been able to show signs of a turnaround after being given a revival package. These companies that are losing money hold huge land assets worth hundreds of millions of dollars, which are currently being sold by the government to make money. With this new investment in cash, new generation of telecom operators may enter the market and make a profit.

Apart from these incidents, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would like to refer the complaint against Javed Akhtar's actions to Supreme Court. Meanwhile, the army chopper carrying CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed at Tamil Nadu. Also, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is asking questions about Tejashwi Yadav in the case of the Rs 200 crore theft case.

The US Department of Commerce has blocked two Israeli spyware companies, NSO Group and Candiru. They are both responsible for the theft of private data. This is because the U.S. government is concerned concerning the threat posed by cybercrime and security concerns for the country. As a result, the government has been asked to sell the non-core assets of the company, including land and land in South Africa and India. This can help in raising money for the country's struggling economy.

Despite the US sanctions against Chinese spying agencies and two Israeli spyware companies, Candiru and NSO Group have been exiled. The companies have a lengthy listing of target. One of these would be Mathura temple. The BJP has issued an apology for the tweetand stated they BJP is not concerned about upcoming elections. A report from the US Department of Commerce says that these firms played a role in hacking.

The Punjab government has apologized for calling Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan the "bada bhai" on Twitter. While the post has since been deleted, the posts were widespread condemned and a controversy started. The ED is investigating Jacqueline Fernandez in a case of the extortion of money. The allegation of the desecration of Shivaji Maharaj's memorial has led to anger.

Following the RSF report was released in the wake of the report, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was forced to resign amid a torrent of accusations against her. The RJD party has since apologized for this action. In reaction to this, the ED has also been questioning the son of the former Lalu Prasad Yadav. In the meantime it has been repeated that she denies the accusations made against her.

The RSF report also reveals an indication that Chinese government regards journalism as a form of propaganda by the state. The government responded strongly to the diplomatic boycott of 2022's Winter Olympics. In the end, no Australian officials were invited to participate in the games even despite the Australian Embassy's protest. The Chinese President, the Premier and other high-ranking Chinese executives, no matter protests, did not receive official invitations from these nations. The RSF report was criticized as a political ploy.

As well as a host of other instances of COVID virus as well, the West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, resigned in the middle of an administrative review meeting. A military helicopter carrying CDS General Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed to the ground in Tamil Nadu, and the BJP has reacted by saying that the alleged actions of Maurya,, who is a "bada bhai" of the Pakistani PM, created a divide in the Indian Parliament.

In a separate case, a forty-year old man died by doctors and had to be frozen for seven hours. Then, he miraculously reverted to life and shocked the medical personnel and his family. While the story isn't complete, the incident generated controversy and has brought an optimistic outlook to numerous people. Although the government's reaction on the issue is ambiguous yet, this incident is an excellent case study of the government's dedication to preventing these tragic events.