Today in the morning, the CBI put out a chargesheet for three people in the context of the murder of sadhu Acharya Narendra Giri. Among the accused is his disciple Anand Giri. A brother named Naresh Gaur, has also been taken into custody in March. He is accused of providing SIM cards to the two other co-accused. In addition, he is accused of being part of a conspiracy to get rid of the sadhu.

In the opposite direction, a senior leader of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorist organization, who claimed to be responsible for the murder of the soldiers and soldiers, was killed during a shootout in Kulgam. The murderers are on the loose but the police confirmed that the terrorist was classified in"the "A+ category". In addition, the increase in foreign fighters to the military has raised the risk.

The Centre is in the process of auctioning off the non-core assets of two state-run telecom companies: BSNL and MTNL. The two companies MTNL and BSNL are in the red and have not been able to show signs of a turnaround when they were given a revive package. The loss-making companies are holding enormous land assets, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, which are currently being sold off by the government to fund. With this loan, brand new generation of telecoms operators may enter the market and make some money.

Other than these, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is attempting to transfer the complaint against Javed Akhtar's actions to Supreme Court. In the meantime, the army chopper carrying CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed and buried in Tamil Nadu. In addition, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is questioning Tejashwi Yadav in the case of the Rs 200 crore fraud case.

The US Department of Commerce has been able to blacklist two Israeli spyware firms, NSO Group and Candiru. They both have been blamed for theft of personal data. There is a concern that the U.S. government is concerned about the threat of cybercrime and security concerns for the nation. It has therefore been advised to dispose of its non-core assets such as land that is located in South Africa and India. This will aid in getting funds for the economy that is in decline.

Despite US sanctions against Chinese spying agencies as well as the US sanctions against Chinese spying agencies, two Israeli spyware companies, Candiru and NSO Group were whitelisted. These two companies have an extensive liste of potential targets. One of these could be the Mathura temple. The BJP has issued an apology for this tweet, adding that BJP is only concerned about the coming elections. A report by the US Department of Commerce says that these companies were involved in hacking.

The Punjab government has apologized for using the hashtag Pakistan premier Imran Khan in the form of a "bada bhai" on Twitter. Though the tweet has been deleted, the tweets were widely condemned , and a row was sparked. The ED is investigating Jacqueline Fernandez in a case of being extorted. The alleged desecration that was allegedly committed to Shivaji Maharaj's temple has created outrage.

After the RSF report was made public following the release of the RSF report, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced her resignation amid a storm of infuriating remarks about her. The RJD party has subsequently apologised for their actions. In reaction, the ED has also interrogated the son of the former Lalu Prasad Yadav. In the meantime they have repeatedly denied the allegations made against her.

The RSF report also indicates that Chinese government sees journalistic work as propaganda for state use. China's government has responded with a fervent stance to the diplomatic boycott of 2022's Winter Olympics. However, no Australian officials have been invited to the event even despite the Australian Embassy's protest. The Chinese President, Prime Minister as well as other top Chinese government officials, in spite of protests, did not receive official invitations from these nations. The RSF investigation was dismissed as ineffective political maneuver.

There have been a number of cases of COVID virus that have been reported, the West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, quit midway through an administrative review meeting. A military helicopter carrying CDS General Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed into Tamil Nadu, and the BJP has reacted with a statement that the alleged actions of Maurya, who is a "bada bhai" of the Pakistani PM, led to a split in the Indian Parliament.

In a different case, a 41-year old was declared dead in the eyes of doctors, and had to be frozen for seven hours. Then, he miraculously returned to life . He was astonished by the medical personnel and the family. While the case isn't resolved, the event is causing controversy and has given an optimistic outlook to many. Although the response of the government to the issue is mixed yet, this incident is an excellent case study of the government's dedication to preventing these incidents from happening.