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The Hindu Morning Digest, February 8, 2024


BJP supporters greet Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami in Dehradun after the passage of the Uniform Civil Code Invoice.
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Uttarakhand Meeting ‘creates historical past’ by passing Uniform Civil Code: Pushkar Dhami

The Uttarakhand Meeting handed the State’s Uniform Civil Code on Wednesday, regardless of the Opposition’s demand that the Invoice ought to be handed over to the Home’s choose committee first.

All States uncared for below Modi regime: Pinarayi Vijayan

Denying the BJP’s argument that the protests by Opposition-ruled States towards the Centre had been politically motivated to create a “north-south” divide, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan mentioned in New Delhi on February 7 that each one States had been affected by the anti-federal perspective of the Centre.

Can’t deal with Scheduled Castes as a homogenous group: Supreme Courtroom

A seven-judge Structure Bench headed by Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud on Tuesday noticed that Scheduled Castes can’t be handled as a “homogenous group” for granting reservation as some could have superior in society whereas different proceed to stay “notably underprivileged”.

Bihar Speaker refuses to resign till ground check in Meeting on February 12

Bihar Meeting Speaker Awadh Bihari Choudhary on Wednesday made it clear that he wouldn’t step down from his submit, and introduced that he wouldn’t resign till the Meeting Session started on February 12, when Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is about to face ground check.

No discrimination in tax sharing with States: FM Nirmala Sitharaman

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday sought to dismiss allegations that the Centre was not giving cash to the States and termed the Karnataka authorities’s fees about insufficient tax devolutions and discrimination in sharing Central taxes “patently flawed and mischievous”.

Pooja in southern cellar of Gyanvapi mosque to proceed as HC adjourns matter for subsequent week

The pooja within the southern cellar contained in the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi will proceed as of now because the Allahabad Excessive Courtroom has adjourned for subsequent week the listening to on the plea filed by the mosque committee difficult the January 31 order of the Varanasi district courtroom allowing Hindus to supply prayers there.

PM’s Rajya Sabha deal with remained silent on vital points: Opposition

Despite spending a decade in energy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to be occurring concerning the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) years, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge mentioned, reacting to the PM’s deal with within the Rajya Sabha on the Movement of Because of the President.

Now, I’ll stay right here: Nitish after first assembly with PM since rejoining NDA

Following his first assembly with Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he rejoined the NDA fold, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar vowed to stay along with his newest alliance.

Satellite tv for pc based mostly toll assortment possible earlier than Lok Sabha election, says Gadkari

The federal government plans to implement satellite tv for pc based mostly toll assortment on highways earlier than the Mannequin Code of Conduct for the 2024 common election kicks in, Highway Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari knowledgeable Parliament.

CDS calls on trade to work on counter-space capabilities as deterrent for safeguarding nation’s area property

Calling upon trade to work on counter-space capabilities as a deterrent for safeguarding the nation’s area property, Chief of Defence Workers (CDS) Gen. Anil Chauhan emphasised that the federal government is encouraging all of the stakeholders together with start-ups for the event of a reliable area ecosystem inside the nation.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu rejects Hamas truce phrases, vows to battle till ‘absolute victory’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on February 7 rejected Hamas’ phrases for a ceasefire and hostage-release settlement, calling them “delusional,” a place that complicates efforts to strike a deal between the edges.

Ecuador’s Excessive Courtroom decriminalises euthanasia, following lawsuit by terminally ailing affected person

Ecuador’s Excessive Courtroom on February 7 decriminalised euthanasia and ordered lawmakers and well being officers to draft guidelines and rules for the process.

FIH Professional League | India in free-fall because it loses once more, this time to Australia

The Indian ladies’s hockey crew continued its downward spiral, shedding its third consecutive match within the FIH Professional League 3-0 towards Australia on the Kalinga Stadium on Wednesday.

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