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Seven of the 19 construction workers who went missing in Arunachal Pradesh on July 13 have been located. The rescue team has removed all these workers. They have received medical assistance. Following this accident in Kurung Kume district of Arunachal, IAF helicopters have been deployed for relief and rescue work.

All the missing workers were on their way to Assam from Arunachal Pradesh. All of them were returning to their homes through the forest. During this time, due to wandering, he got lost in the forest. The body of one of them was found on the river bank.

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Monkey pox found in children for the first time in America

Monkey pox has been confirmed in America for the first time. Infection has been found in two children here. US health officials said monkeypox has been identified in a child and an infant in California. Monkey pox has so far spread to 76 countries.

According to data from Monkeypoxmeter.com, which tracks smallpox, 12,701 patients have been confirmed so far. Of these, 9,708 people have been most affected by monkey pox in Europe. Britain, Spain, America, Germany, France, Portugal, Canada, the Netherlands, Italy and Belgium are among the top 10 infected countries.

Mamta minister Partha Chatterjee arrested in teacher recruitment scam

Partha Chatterjee, a strong minister in Mamata Banerjee’s cabinet, has been arrested by the ED. This action was taken on Chatterjee on Saturday morning after about 24 hours of questioning. He is accused of a teacher recruitment scam. CRPF has been deployed outside Chatterjee’s house. Arpita Mukherjee, a close aide of Partha Chatterjee, has also been arrested here.

On Friday, the ED team raided 13 places, including the house of Partha Chatterjee, Minister of State for Education Paresh C Adhikari, MLA Manik Bhattacharya. During the raid, Rs 20 crore in cash was recovered from the house of Chatterjee’s close aide Arpita. The ED officials had taken the help of counting machines to count 500 and 200 notes.

Arpita's 3 houses were raided by ED, in which 20 million cash was found.

Arpita’s 3 houses were raided by ED, in which 20 million cash was found.

Truck runs over bunch of kanwariyas in Hathras, 6 dead
In Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, 6 Kawandis have died after being hit by a speeding dump truck. 1 Kavandia is seriously injured, who has been shifted to Agra hospital.

According to initial information, the Kawandias were going from Haridwar to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh with Gangajal. After the incident, ADG Agra Zone Rajiv Krishna said that the injured have been sent for treatment. A police team has been deployed to nab the dumper driver.

NEET PG Admission Counseling from 1st September

Ministry of Health has fixed the counseling date for NEET PG admission for medical students. A meeting of the National Medical Commission (NMC) and the Medical Council Committee (MCC) was held with the officials of the Union Health Ministry on Friday. In this, it was decided to start counseling from September 1. List of two month counseling will be released soon.

Center quota and state quota counseling will be done simultaneously. The advice for 50% of the places will be in charge of the Medical Council Commission. We inform that NEET PG written exam result came on 1st June.

Akshay Mundra will be the new CEO of Vodafone-Idea
Telecom company Vodafone-Idea ( VI ) has decided to appoint Akshay Mundra as its next Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He will replace Ravindra Takkar, the company’s current CEO. Takkar’s term ends on August 18. Moondra will take over from August 19. His mandate will be three years. Moondra is currently the company’s chief financial officer.

Udaipur Kanhaiyalal murder case; NIA arrested the eighth accused

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested the eighth accused in the Kanhaiyalal murder case in Udaipur. An NIA official said 19-year-old Mohammad Javed has been arrested from Rajasthan. According to the official, Mohammad Javed played an important role in the conspiracy to kill Kanhaiya Lal. Before the attack, he had informed the main accused Riyaz about the presence of the victim in the shop.

NIA to probe Patna terror module

The Union Home Ministry has handed over the PFI Terror Module case in Patna to the investigating agency NIA. The NIA will now investigate this entire matter. According to information, the Bihar police will also hand over the entire case diary to the NIA. In this case the PFI link will also be investigated.

Dead body of a person found inside a refrigerator in Delhi’s Gautampuri area, one accused arrested
The body of a 50-year-old man has been recovered from a refrigerator in Delhi’s Gautampuri area. The deceased has been identified as Zakir. According to the news agency, the police have arrested an accused in this case. North East Delhi DCP Sanjay Sen said that initial investigation has found injury marks on Zakir’s head. According to the police, a property dispute could be the reason for the murder. The accused of the murder is a relative, who has been detained by the police and the questioning is ongoing.

ED sent a fresh summons, now not on 25th, to Sonia Gandhi to appear on 26th July

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued a fresh summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for questioning in the National Herald case. Now she has been called on July 26 instead of 25. Sonia Gandhi was questioned by the ED for more than two hours on Thursday.

Yasin Malik lodged in Tihar Jail went on hunger strike

Yasin Malik, who is serving a sentence in Delhi’s Tihar Jail, has gone on a hunger strike in the same jail. Malik believes that the cases against him are not being properly investigated. Several prison officials have been trying to talk him out of it since Friday morning, but he has refused to break his hunger strike.

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yasin Malik was convicted of criminal conspiracy and waging war against the state, after which he was sentenced to life imprisonment.

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