Top news of the day: June 03, 2022

Today’s top news headlines and more.

Today’s top news headlines and more.

India rejects criticism in US State Department’s religious freedom report

External Affairs Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said India’s observation in the report is based on “reasoned contributions and biased opinions”.

You want a strong opposition, don’t have hard feelings against any party or individual, says PM Modi

“I want a strong opposition in the country and political parties committed to democracy. I want the parties under parivarvad to free themselves from this disease and seek treatment,” Mr Modi said.

Rahul Gandhi has requested to appear before ED on June 13

The new date follows a request from Mr Gandhi’s office to postpone his June 2 summons as he is out of the country and expected to return on June 5.

Supreme Court opposes frivolous PIL petitions as ‘luxury litigation’ hogs court time

Justice Gavai, speaking on behalf of the judiciary, observed that “the highly derogatory practice of filing frivolous motions encroaches on valuable judicial time that can otherwise be used to address genuine concerns”.

Uttarakhand CM Dhami wins Champawat seat

Mr Dhami had to contest a partial seat vote to become a member of the State Assembly, which was a constitutional requirement he had to fulfill within six months of being sworn in as chief minister.

Punjab CM visits Moosewala’s house to express condolences to the family

Mr. Mann traveled to the Village of Moosa to express his condolences to the bereaved family. Strong police security was deployed in front of Moosewala’s residence.

‘Attack’ on BKU chief: Inconsistencies in claim may have staged act to obtain arms license, police say

Experts from Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), Lucknow in their report said that the car belonging to Dilbag Singh, the Chairman of Kheri District of Bhartiya Kisan Union-Tikait and also a witness in the violent Lakhimpuri Kheri case last year, was immobile when he was hit by bullets.

Priyanka says she tested positive for COVID-19

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was in Lucknow on Wednesday to address a state-level “Chintan Shivir” and returned to Delhi on Thursday.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine enters its 100th day, Zelensky swears victory

Thousands of people have been killed, millions have fled and cities have turned to rubble since Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his troops into Ukraine on February 24.

The European Union officially approves the embargo on Russian oil

EU headquarters say Russian crude oil will be phased out over six months and other refined petroleum products over eight months.

Myanmar junta to carry out country’s first judicial executions in decades: spokesperson

Four people, including former MP Phyo Zeya Thaw and democracy activist Ko Jimmy, “who have been sentenced to death will be hanged according to prison procedures,” Zaw Min Tun told AFP.

Data | India’s domestic crude oil production slowdown persists

India depends on imports to meet 85% of its crude oil needs, and its aging oil wells are a major obstacle to the country’s ambition to reduce its import dependency.

England vs New Zealand first test | England take a slight lead against New Zealand

England were eventually fired for 141 in response to New Zealand’s 132, with speedy veterans Tim Southee and Trent Boult polishing the home side’s tail.

Malinga to coach Sri Lanka’s bowling strategy against Australia

Former Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga held the same role as bowling strategy coach during the national team’s tour of Australia in February.

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