Today’s five major news: India has become hard on the Maldives, cuts in exports

_102186303_18290e69-2aa6-459a-8e8d-5bdf8226bcedIndia has cut exports of essential commodities sent to the Maldives. India has decided to reduce exports of potatoes, onions, eggs and many other food items.

With this step of the Government of India, Maldives may have to face the lack of food content. It is being seen as a disturbed relationship between India and the Maldives. India has issued a new notification regarding this.

Although there is a statement from Ahmad Shahir, director of the trading organization of the Maldives, in which he has convinced the people that there will be no shortage of food items in this country. So far, India has been exporting every essential thing on the demand of the Maldives on a widespread scale.

Foreign Trade Directorate issued a notification last week. Government sources say that the new rule for the year 2018-19 has been made from the Maldives business. The government says that this is not a one-sided decision.

How damaged feet of India from the Maldives
Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir has reversed BJP chief Amit Shah. Mehbooba said that there is no basis for allegations of discrimination against Ladakh and Jammu compared to Kashmir.

Mehbooba said that due to the flood of 2014 in Kashmir there was considerable waste and the impact was still on this, therefore more focus was focused on Kashmir. Mehbooba said that this does not mean that Jammu and Ladakh have been discriminated.

Mehbooba Mufti: From the shadow of the Father to its existence

Yogi seeks reservation for Dalits in AMU and Jamia
Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has demanded reservation for Dalits in Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia.

The Chief Minister said that those who are concerned about the dalits should raise their voices in support of this demand. Yogi Adityanath said that if Dalits get reservation in Banaras Hindu University, then why should not they get in these two universities?


For whom the monsoon is in trouble
Monsoon is going to knock Delhi on June 27
The south-west monsoon was stopped after reaching Maharashtra, but once again the monsoon’s attitude changed from the north. The Meteorological Department says that on June 23 the monsoon has once again got a strong hold and it can benefit from the north-western states.

North India is in grave heat and it is good news for them. The Meteorological Department says rain will start in north-western states from June 27. May also rain in Delhi on 27th June.
Ardenn won Turkish presidential election

In the elections held in Turkey, the current president, Rachep Tayyip Erdogan, has won. He has been elected the Turkish President for the second time. In an election in Turkey confirming the victory of DDO, almost all the votes have been counted and Ardogan has received 53 percent of the votes.

The main opposition of Arduan, Muharram Inche has accepted his defeat through a message on social media, and he has said that this election was not done fairly.

Turkey President Election: Second time elected President Ardenn

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