The Hindu Morning Digest: May 30, 2024

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Prajwal Revanna, grandson of JD(S) supremo HD Deve Gowda, is accused in an alleged rape and sexual harassment case involving a 47-year-old woman. File. | Photo credit: Reuters

‘Mahatma became popular only after Gandhi film’: Congress attacks PM Modi over his comment

The worldview that is in the Shakhas (branches) of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will not allow anyone to understand Mahatma Gandhi as the RSS follows the path of his killer Nathuram Godse, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said on Wednesday.

SIT team camps at Bengaluru airport to arrest Prajwal Revanna

A month after fleeing the country, Janata Dal (Secular) leader and Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, accused of rape and sexual harassment of several women, will return to Bengaluru in the early hours of Friday to face a special investigation team (SIT). ask questions.

Remal effect: Disaster death toll rises to 38 in the Northeast

The death toll in Cyclone Remal-triggered disasters in four northeastern states rose to 38 as of May 29. Rescuers have so far recovered 29 bodies from various landslide-hit locations in and around Mizoram’s capital Aizawl. An unspecified number of people are still missing or buried under rocks, earth and 127 houses have been damaged, 53 of them seriously.

Heavy rains are causing misery in Kerala even before the onset of monsoon

The heavy rains that lashed southern and central districts of Kerala before the onset of monsoon compounded the misery of people living in low-lying areas and at several places near water bodies.

The Centre’s policy of denying government jobs to relatives of militants and stone throwers casts a shadow over 50,000 families in Kashmir

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An expansion of the ‘deep screening’ process for candidates for government jobs in Jammu and Kashmir by security forces is likely to impact more than 50,000 families.

Citizenship granted under CAA to people in West Bengal, Haryana, Uttarakhand: MHA

Citizenship certificates under the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA) were granted to some people in West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Haryana, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said on May 29, 2024.

Modi’s meditation plan violates the model code, Congress tells Election Commission

The two-day meditation announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanniyakumari in Tamil Nadu from May 30 is against the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) and restrictions imposed on a candidate during the silent period, the Congress told the Election Commission . (EC) on Wednesday.

IndiGo pilot and crew violate safety norms during evacuation

IndiGo will investigate why the pilot and cabin crew along with the passengers ignored safety protocol during the May 28 emergency evacuation and carried luggage as they streamed down after a bomb threat.

Lok Sabha elections 2024: Rahul Gandhi’s big promises for farmers include loan waivers and MSP legislation

Even as a group of farmers continue to camp at the Punjab-Haryana border in support of their demands, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that once the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) government is formed at the Center, it will refrain from loans from farmers and will provide a legal guarantee for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for crops.

Israel sends tanks to Rafah for raids, defying World Court order during offensive across Gaza Strip

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Israeli tanks carried out attacks on Rafah for a second day on May 29, in defiance of the World Court of Justice, after Washington said the attack did not amount to a major ground operation in the southern Gaza city, which US officials have warned Israel to avoid.

Jurors in Trump’s hush-money trial end first day of deliberations after asking to repeat their testimony

The jury in Donald Trump’s hush-money trial ended its first day of deliberations Wednesday without a verdict but asked for potentially crucial testimony about the alleged hush-money scheme at the heart of the history-making case. The 12-member jury was sent home around 4 p.m. after about 4 1/2 hours of deliberation. The trial will resume on Thursday.

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