Yesterday, the CBI issued a chargesheet to three people in the case of the death of Sadhu Acharya Narendra Giri. One of them is His disciple Anand Giri. And his brother Naresh Gaur also got taken into custody in March. He was accused of giving SIM cards to the two co-accusedand being an accomplice in a plot to murder the sadhu.

The other thing is that a top leader of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorist network, which claimed to be responsible for the deaths of the army personnel died in a shootout in Kulgam. They are on and about, though the police have stated that the terrorist was part of an "A+ category". Moreover, the influx of foreigners fighting in the military is raising the tensions.

The Centre is currently auctioning off non-core assets from two state-run telecom companies, BSNL and MTNL. Both MTNL and BSNL are loss-making and have not been able to show signs of a turnaround after receiving a reviving package. The loss-making companies are holding huge land holdings worth hundreds of crores. These are currently being sold off by the government to bring in funds. With this new financial injection, new generation of telecoms operators may come into the market and generate some money.

Aside from these incidents West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has asked to forward the matter against Javed Akhtar's alleged crimes to Supreme Court. In the meantime, the Army chopper, which had CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed and buried in Tamil Nadu. And, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is investigating Tejashwi Yadav over the Rs 200 crore fraud case.

The US Department of Commerce has removed two Israeli spyware companies, NSO Group and Candiru. They are both accountable for taking private data. Additionally, the U.S. government is concerned about the dangers of cybercrime and the security of the nation. It has therefore been asked to sell the non-core assets of the company, like the land and land in South Africa and India. This step will help in finding funds for the nation's struggling economy.

Despite the US sanctions against the Chinese spying agencies and LATEST NEWS the Chinese spying agencies, two Israeli spyware firms, Candiru and NSO Group, were removed from the blacklist. The two companies had a lengthy listing of target. One of them would be Mathura temple. The BJP has issued an apology for the tweet, explaining that the BJP is only concerned with the upcoming elections. A report by the US Department of Commerce says that these companies played a role in hacking.

The Punjab government has apologized for calling Pakistan the PM Imran Khan as a "bada bhai" on Twitter. While the post has since been deleted, the posts were highly condemned and an argument ensued. The ED is investigating Jacqueline Fernandez in a case of exortion. The allegation of the desecration of Shivaji Maharaj's statue has sparked anger.

Following the RSF report came out in the wake of the report, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee left the office amid a mountain of negative remarks made against her. The RJD party later apologized for her actions. In reply to the apology, the ED has also asked questions to the son of the ex-president Lalu Prasad Yadav. Meanwhile, the actress has denied allegations made against her.

The RSF report also reveals an indication that Chinese government views journalism as a form of propaganda by the state. It responded strongly to the diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics. No Australian officials attended the games even despite the Australian Embassy's protest. The Chinese president, Prime Minister as well as other top Chinese authorities, despite protests, never received official invitations from these nations. The RSF report was criticised as just a political scheme.

As well as a host of other cases of COVID virus and the West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee quit her post halfway through an administrative review meeting. The military chopper carrying CDS General Bipin Rawat on board was destroyed into Tamil Nadu, and the BJP has responded by saying that the allegations of Maurya, the former "bada bhai" of the Pakistani PM, led to a split in the Indian parliament.

In another case 41-year old was declared dead in the eyes of doctors and had to be frozen for seven hours. He miraculously came back in a state of life that amazed medical team as well as his family. Although the matter is not over, the incident has created controversy and has brought hope to many. While the government's response in the aftermath is mixed this incident is an excellent example for the Government's commitment to prevent these incidents from happening.