Today’s 5 big News: The Governor convenes all-party meetings in Jammu and Kashmir

_102153606_a3b269a4-5d95-483f-8c75-75456c7d7494.jpgGovernor of Jammu and Kashmir N. Vohra has called an all-party meeting on Friday to discuss the security situation of the state. An invitation has been sent to the heads of state units of national political parties for this meeting.

With the withdrawal of BJP support in the state, the government of Mehbooba Mufti, a coalition partner with PDP, fell. After this there was no other option but governor’s rule was implemented in the state.

Governor Vohra first communicates with leaders of mainstream political parties.

Jammu and Kashmir’s governor’s rule for the 8th time, why not the President’s rule?

Jammu Kashmir: First BJP-PDP alliance broke, then what happened
Congress formed four-member committee in Uttar Pradesh
The state unit of the Congress, which has begun to amend the organization on the Lok Sabha elections 2019, has started making changes in the party.

State Congress President Raj Babbar dissolved the four divisions including the media department on Wednesday and on Thursday he formed a four-member committee, which will now be functioning as administrator.

Raj Babbar in the four-member committee, R. P. Tripathi, Satish Ajmani, Harish Vajpayee and Hanuman Tripathi have asked to see the internal arrangement of the party.
India has increased import duty on select US products
India has increased customs duty on many products coming from the USA as a response. These products include Bengali gram, masoor dal and artemia (lobster).

The finance ministry said in a notification that these charges would be effective from August 4.

The fees for peas and Bengali grams have been increased by 60% and on lentil pulse 30%. Apart from this, 7.5 percent on boric acid and 10 percent of the household regent has been levied. The fee on Artemia has been increased to 15 percent.

Apart from these, the duty on select varieties of nuts, iron and steel products, apples, pears, stainless steel products, alloy steel, tube-pipe fittings, screws, bolts and rivets has been increased.

The United States raised taxes on select steel and aluminum products. India has imposed these charges in response to this.
United States Human Rights Council: United Nations
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the United States to reconsider its decision to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council.

In the United States, US Ambassador Nikki Haley announced the withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations Human Rights Council of 47 countries on Tuesday. He accused the council of bias against Israel and cited the membership of countries like China, Cuba, Venezuela and Congo with low human rights records.

Haley said, “The Council is inspired by” political favoritism. “However, I want to clear that being out of the council does not mean that we are retreating from our responsibilities towards human rights.”

During his Moscow visit, Gitterresh said that he would like to remain in the Human Rights Council. He said, “I believe that this human rights structure is an important tool for human rights protection across the world.”

Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, “We hope that this decision is not final and America will again establish its commitment to the United Nations.”

United States Human Rights Council
Captain Suji Bates played 124 runs
New Zealand made World Record, England broke
In the second match of the triangular T-20 series being played between women’s cricket teams, England demolished the world record of the highest score in an innings that New Zealand had made in the first match of the tournament.

In the first match played against South Africa, New Zealand had set a world record by scoring 216 runs in a 20-over loss for one wicket. But in the second match, England’s women first scored 250 runs in three wickets for 20 runs in the stipulated 20 overs.

New Zealand’s batsmen did well and Captain Suji Bates played 124 runs. Bates put 16 fours and three sixes in his 66-ball innings. Apart from Bates, Sophie Devine scored 73 runs in 48 balls.

In reply, the entire team of South Africa could score only 150 runs in six overs in the 20th over.

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