Digital Top-5: Pakistan is disturbing peace by supplying weapons, country's hopes on Kohli-Pujara in WTC Final, big news of the morning

Digital Top-5: Pakistan is disturbing peace by supplying weapons, country's hopes on Kohli-Pujara in WTC Final, big news of the morning

UP ATS has made a big disclosure about Maulana Umar Gautam, who was caught for conversion. Amidst the fall in the prices of crude oil in the international market, the oil companies have kept the price of petrol and diesel stable today. Today the world will get the title of Test Championship. Read Wednesday morning's big news.

1. Pakistan on ceasefire

Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat said that ceasefire has been followed so far along the Line of Control (LoC), which is a positive sign. Why did the Pakistani army agree to ceasefire?

2. UP: Maulana's property worth billions disclosed

On Tuesday, surprising things came to light in front of the ATS about Maulana Umar Gautam, who was caught for conversion. In initial interrogation, ATS has come to know that Maulana has assets worth billions.

3. India's reply to Pakistan at UNHRC

Responding to Pakistan's statement, Pawan Kumar Badhe, First Secretary, Permanent Mission of India to the UN Human Rights Council, said that it is regrettable that Pakistan has once again misused this platform to make baseless and irresponsible allegations against India. has done.

4. Tim Southee's shock pushed Team India back

Mohammed Shami kept New Zealand from taking a big lead with superb bowling, but Tim Southee, apart from scoring useful runs, dismissed both India's openers and kept the Kiwis on the edge before the sixth and final day of the World Test Championship final.

5. Petrol costlier by Rs 7.1 and diesel by Rs 7.50 in 28 days

Amidst the fall in the prices of crude oil in the international market, the oil companies have kept the price of petrol and diesel stable today. There is no change in the prices of petrol and diesel as of today (Wednesday, 23 June 2021).


The Center is trying to find a peaceful solution to the Assam and Mizoram border dispute, no plans for a CBI inquiry - officials informed

The Center is trying to find a peaceful solution to the Assam and Mizoram border dispute, no plans for a CBI inquiry - officials informed

The Center has no plans to have a neutral agency like the CBI probe the recent clashes along the Assam-Mizoram border , but is trying to resolve the dispute peacefully at the earliest. Two top government officials said that the central government does not want to take any such decision which will worsen the situation.

He said that the central government wants a peaceful solution to the current border dispute between Assam and Mizoram and Union Home Minister Amit Shah is in constant touch with both the Chief Ministers- Himanta Biswa Sarma (Assam) and Zoramthanga (Mizoram). Zoramthanga also tweeted, "I still hope for an amicable solution to the Assam-Mizoram tension from the Center."

He also tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Ministers of Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura and Sikkim in his tweet. At the same time, the Chief Minister of Assam said in his tweet, "Our main objective is to keep the spirit of the Northeast alive. What happened on the Assam-Mizoram border is unacceptable to the people of both the states. The border dispute can be resolved only through discussion.

The clash took place on 26 July

Asked whether the probe into the July 26 clash was likely to be handed over to a neutral agency like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), both the top government officials said no decision has been taken in this regard yet. Five Assam policemen and a civilian were killed and more than 50 people were injured in the clash. Apart from this, neither state of Assam or Mizoram has made any formal request for a neutral agency to conduct an inquiry, he said.

One of these officials said, "Both the state governments are cooperating and the central government is confident that there will be no more clashes on the border." FIRs have been registered against political leaders, police and civil administration officials. Both the government officials mentioned the steps taken to reduce tension along the Assam-Mizoram border.

On July 28, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla.

The Chief Secretaries and Director Generals of Police of both the states participated in a meeting chaired by Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on July 28 in which it was decided to deploy a neutral force (CRPF) at the conflict site. Earlier, the two chief secretaries had met in a bilateral meeting in Delhi. After this, the central government issued an advisory to both the states asking them to maintain peace on the inter-state border. Both officials said the July 26 violence was a "sporadic" incident and such incidents are unlikely to happen again in future.