Morning Digest | More support for NPP to form government in Meghalaya; AAP claims CBI is ‘mentally torturing’ Sisodia, and more

NPP leader Conrad K. Sangma was presented with ‘letter of support’ by UDP president Metbah Lyngdoh and party members for Government formation, in Shillong. | Photo Credit: ANI

Further support came for Conrad Sangma’s NPP to form the government in Meghalaya

The drama of government formation in Meghalaya ended on March 5, 2023, evening after the two regional parties with 13 seats between them extended support to the National People’s Party (NPP).

Away from the spotlight, India hosted global intelligence chiefs on March 1

In the midst of the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and ahead of the Raisina Dialogue, India quietly hosted the second conference of intelligence and security chiefs and senior officials from around the world, called the Raisina Security Dialogue, on March 1 which saw of participation from over 26 countries, multiple sources have confirmed.

Tardy police verification frustrates Kashmiri aspirations

There is a new source of anxiety in Kashmir after the Center ended Jammu and Kashmir’s special constitutional status in 2019. Delayed or no police verification or bad police reports left hundreds without jobs and passports . According to top official sources, these have reached the five-digit mark in Kashmir, the highest in the last decade.

CBI forces Manish Sisodia to sign papers with false allegations: AAP

The Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday claimed that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was “mentally tortured” by senior party leader Manish Sisodia, who was arrested in a corruption case related to today’s -scrapped excise policy, and forces him to sign papers containing false charges.

Asianet News office in Kozhikode searched by police following ‘fake interview’ complaint

An eight-member squad led by Assistant Commissioner of Police PV Suresh (District Crime Branch) inspected the regional office of the Asianet News channel here on Sunday in connection with the investigation into the telecast of an alleged “fake” interview of a teenager from in the north. Kerala, who was portrayed as a victim of drug and sexual assault.

Imran Khan evades arrest after Islamabad Police turn up at his residence; responding to party workers

A team of Islamabad police on March 5, 2023 reached the Lahore residence of ousted prime minister Imran Khan to arrest him in the Toshakhana case, but returned after an assurance from his legal team that he would appear in court in March 7.

National Commission for Minorities rescued stranded Indians from Libya

The Chairperson of the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), Iqbal Singh Lalpura, informed the media on Sunday that the commission has rescued 12 Indians stranded in Libya, who were brought abroad by one of the agents in a fake racket in work. The commission also thanked the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and the Indian Embassy in Tunisia for assisting in its work.

Countries agree to protect marine life on the high seas

For the first time, members of the United Nations have agreed a unified treaty to protect biodiversity in the high seas – representing a turning point for vast stretches of the planet where conservation has previously been stymied. a confusing patchwork of laws.

F1 2023 | Verstappen opened with a win as Red Bull went 1-2 at the Bahrain Grand Prix

New season, new success. Max Verstappen won the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday, leading for most of the race as he opened the defense of his back-to-back Formula One titles.

Premier League 2022-23 | Liverpool crushed Manchester United with a record 7-0 win

Liverpool halted the Manchester United bandwagon as Cody Gakpo, Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah scored twice in a record 7-0 thrashing of their opponents to boost their Premier League top-four hopes at Anfield on Sunday.

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