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  • | Tuesday | 24th May, 2022

New Delhi, May 24 (PTI) Following are the top stories at 1:30 pm NATION DEL12 CONG-PANELS Cong president Sonia Gandhi forms 3 groups to chart road ahead for party New Delhi: To chart the Congress" future course, its chief Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday formed three groups -- on political affairs for guidance on key issues, Task Force-2024 to implement the Udaipur "Nav Sankalp" declaration and another to coordinate the October 2 "Bharat Jodo Yatra". DEL15 PB-MINISTER Punjab Health Minister Vijay Singla removed from cabinet Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Tuesday said he has shunted out Health Minister Vijay Singla from the state cabinet. BOM4 MH-TERROR-ARREST Maha ATS arrests man suspected of role in LeT terrorists" recruitment Mumbai: The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Tuesday arrested a man from Pune for his alleged role in the recruitment of terrorists for the Lashkar-e-Taiba"s (LeT) network, a senior official said. DEL13 ED-RAMKRISHNA-STATEMENT ED records statement of ex-NSE MD Chitra Ramkrishna in money laundering case New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate has recently recorded the statement of former NSE managing director and chief executive officer Chitra Ramkrishna, lodged inside Delhi"s Tihar jail, as part of a money laundering investigation against her and others, officials said Tuesday. CAL2 WB-ANUBRATA-CBI Bengal post-poll violence: TMC leader Anubrata cites ill-health, to skip CBI questioning Kolkata: Trinamool Congress leader Anubrata Mondal has told the CBI that he would not be able to appear before sleuths of the central agency on Tuesday in connection with its probe into alleged post-poll violence in West Bengal, an official said. FOREIGN FGN64 PM-LD BIDEN India-US relations a "partnership of trust": PM Modi in meeting with Biden Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden on Tuesday vowed to work together for a more prosperous, free and secure world while committing to deepen India-US defence and economic engagements. FGN32 PM-QUAD-LD SUMMIT Quad moving ahead with a constructive agenda for Indo-Pacific: PM Modi Tokyo: The mutual trust and determination among the Quad member countries is giving new energy to democratic forces and the work of the grouping is encouraging a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Tuesday at the second in-person summit of the four-nation coalition. FGN30 UK-GANDHI There is "systematic attack" on institutions that allow India to speak, alleges Rahul Gandhi Cambridge: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has alleged that there is a "systematic attack" on the institutions that allow India to speak and as the conversation is being stamped out, the "deep state" is entering those spaces and redefining the way that conversation is happening in the country. By Aditi Khanna FGN56 LANKA-INDIA-OIL-LOAN Sri Lanka seeks USD 500-million loan from India for fuel purchases amid forex crisis Colombo: The Sri Lankan Cabinet has approved seeking a 500 million dollar loan from the Exim Bank of India for the purchase of petroleum products amid a severe foreign exchange crisis in the island nation. FGN51 CHINA-QUAD-IPEF China goes on offensive against IPEF, projects it as "economic NATO" to blunt its dominance Beijing: As US President Joe Biden launched a new trade deal with 12 Indo-Pacific nations, including India, to enhance trade, economic and investment opportunities, China, which sees the pact as a threat to its dominance in the region, went on the offensive against it, promising more opening up, while the official media here termed it as “economic NATO”. By K J M Varma FGN39 QUAD-SUMMIT-2NDLD LEADERS Quad "not just a passing fad, we mean business": Biden at Quad summit in Japan Tokyo: US President Joe Biden on Tuesday said that Quad is "not just a passing fad but it means business," asserting that the four leaders of the grouping are here to get things done for the strategic Indo-Pacific region and that he is proud of what they are building together. LEGAL LGD3 SC-SOREN SC asks Jharkhand HC to decide maintainability of PIL for probe against CM Hemant Soren New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Jharkhand High Court to first hear preliminary objections on maintainability of a PIL, which it is hearing, seeking investigation against Chief Minister Hemant Soren and into transactions of some shell companies operated by his family members and associates into the alleged irregularities in grant of mining leases. PTI NB IJT


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