November 30, 2022

Bali Shraddha Walker murder case PM Modi holds Jacqueline Fernandez’s bail IPL November 15 News Bulletin | News Bulletin: PM Modi’s intimidation at G20, Aftab’s gruesome revelations shock the nation

Good Morning India… On November 15 there was a lot of big news in the world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s threat at the ongoing G20 meeting in Bali, Indonesia, was followed by two Russian missiles hitting Poland.

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Good morning India…Let’s take a sip of morning pink cold and hot tea and find out about the news of Tuesday which not only grabbed the attention of the country but also the world. Tuesday all day G-20 To be named. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the world’s top politicians at the G-20 summit in Bali as he laid India’s progress roadmap before the Indian community. On the other hand, for Indian Premier League 2023, all 10 teams have decided their retained players. All the teams released their list of retained players and many teams let go of their big players in surprising decisions. At the G20 summit today, PM Modi will meet many world leaders. At the same time, the Polish army is on high alert after a Russian missile landed in Poland.

Every day there are new incidents of honor killings in the Mehrauli area of ​​the country’s capital Delhi. Shraddha’s accused, Aftab, after killing Shraddha, cut her body into 35 pieces. Not only that, Aftab was active on Shraddha’s social media account to hide this murder. Accused Aftab said all such things during the police interrogation, which the police were shocked to hear. Let’s know about the big news that has become part of the news bulletin:-

1- Modi’s fear was seen in Bali

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Indian community in Bali, Indonesia. PM Modi said India’s talent, technology, innovation, industry have made their mark in the world today. Now India is not considered small at all. Whoever builds the biggest statue, builds the biggest stadium. One in 10 unicorns is from India. As of 2014, the number of bank accounts opened equal to the total population of America. There is a difference between India before 2014 and now. Read full news

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Prime Minister Modi’s threats were seen in G-20.

2- The chilling confession of Shraddha’s killer

The Shraddha murder incident in Delhi’s Mehrauli area has shocked everyone. The fear is flying after knowing the latest events. After killing accused Aftab Shraddha, the body was cut into 35 pieces. Not only that, Aftab was active on Shraddha’s social media account to hide this murder. He used Shraddha’s social media to hide his crime. The big thing is that he was out of police custody for six months after the murder. Read full news

3- Bell to Jacqueline

Film actress Jacqueline Fernandez today got bail in the money laundering case related to Mahathug Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s Rs 200 crore fraud. Earlier, Delhi’s Patiala House Court had reserved the decision after the bail hearing was over. Jacqueline was present in the court during the verdict on the bail application today. Read full news

4- Who left who in IPL

All 10 teams have decided their retained players for Indian Premier League 2023. All the teams released their list of retained players and many teams let go of their big players in surprising decisions. It has big names like Kane Williamson and Nicholas Pooran of Sunrisers Hyderabad. At the same time, there are some names on which the parties have once again expressed confidence. Read full news

5- Two resignations on Facebook and Twitter

WhatsApp India chief Abhijit Bose has resigned. Facebook’s director of public policy, Rajeev Aggarwal, has also left the company. Bose was made the first country head of WhatsApp. He was given this post in 2018. He was tasked with expanding the messaging app’s reach in India and managing the WhatsApp Payments business. Earlier, Bose was the co-founder of payments company EasyTap. Read full news


Facebook has received two resignation letters.

6- Shock for billions of loan customers of the country

If you are a customer of State Bank of India (SBI), this is important news for you. SBI hiked MCLR from Tuesday (November 15). For those who have taken loans based on MCLR, the loans have become expensive. The State Bank has raised the marginal cost of funds based lending rate (MCLR) by 10-15 basis points. The new rates are effective from Tuesday, November 15. MCLR is the minimum rate at which a bank lends to customers. Read full news

A pair of old sandals of Steve Jobs was sold for 7 crore rupees

Who does not know Steve Jobs today. He was the co-founder of the world famous company Apple. Many of his items are being auctioned at this time and some items are fetching very high bids in these auctions. The most amazing bid was for one of her old sandals. You will be surprised to know that a pair of her Birkenstocks sandals fetched crores at auction. That’s because Steve Jobs wore these sandals when he founded Apple in a garage. Read full news

8- Delhi High Court dismissed Uddhav Thackeray’s petition

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed Uddhav Thackeray’s plea. Thackeray challenged the Central Election Commission’s order not to use Shiv Sena’s name or symbol bow and arrow. The Delhi High Court has dismissed the plea of ​​former Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. However, a bench of Justice Sanjeev Narula of the Delhi High Court directed the ECI to take a final decision on the matter as soon as possible. During the hearing, the Uddhav group pleaded in the court that the Election Commission had taken a unilateral decision to confiscate the party’s name and election symbol without hearing their favour. Read full news

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Two missiles fell in Poland.

9- Russian missile hits Poland, 2 killed

Russia shocked after withdrawal of Russian troops from Kherson. Wreaking havoc, he launched rapid missile attacks on many Ukrainian cities. At this time, two missiles also fell in Poland. Two people died in it. Polish government spokesman Pior Muller did not immediately confirm this, but said top leaders were holding an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis. Read full news

10- Bad news for Indian economy

Exports of goods from the country have decreased after almost two years. Exports fell 16.65 percent year-on-year to $29.78 billion in October. The trade deficit also widened to $26.91 billion. According to data released by the Commerce Ministry on Tuesday, the decline was mainly due to a drop in global demand. Read full news

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