Morning Digest | Quad’s COVID-19 Vaccine Initiative Runs in Bad Weather; Former Test cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in car accident, and more

Former Test cricketer Andrew Symonds dies in car accident

Former Australian Test cricketer Andrew Symonds has died after a vehicular auto accident near Townsville in northeastern Australia. He was 46 years old. Cricket Australia reported Symonds’ death on its website on Sunday, citing a police statement with details of the accident late Saturday.

A year later, the Quad Vaccine Initiative for 1 billion Indian-made vaccines runs through inclement weather

More than a year after the first Quad summit, hosted by US President Joseph Biden, Prime Minister Modi and leaders of Japan, launched an ambitious vaccine initiative to produce one billion doses of vaccines for distribution in the Indo-Pacific region The project, however, is on the verge of faltering, as officials have recognized that it is unlikely to reach its target of the end of 2022 for a number of reasons.

Khalistan movement: Concerns over ‘sleeper cell’ cannot be ignored, say experts

The debate over the revival of the ‘Khalistan’ movement has gained momentum, given the recent incidents of incidents surrounding the ‘Khalistan’ connection in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, while experts reject the movement’s revival at this point. ‘Popular Support’.

Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, bat east

Ukraine’s military said on Saturday that Russian troops are withdrawing from Ukraine’s second-largest city after weeks of bombing, as forces from Kyiv and Moscow engage in a peaceful battle for the country’s eastern industrial zone.

Mundka fire: Rights groups raise voice on poor working conditions, lack of monitoring

A day after a fire broke out at an industrial unit in outer Delhi, killing 27 people, labor rights groups on Saturday raised concerns about erratic working conditions and more controls after the new labor code came into force.

Kerala on high alert, IMD warns of heavy rain

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of very heavy rainfall (12-20 cm in 24 hours) in parts of South and Central Kerala on Sunday and Monday.

Denial of justice will eventually lead to anarchy: CJI Raman

“Prompt resolution of disputes is the hallmark of a healthy democracy. Denial of justice will eventually lead to anarchy. Soon, the institution of judiciary will be destabilized as people will seek extra judicial machinery,” CJI Ramana, who attended the ceremony to lay the foundation stone of the new high court complex in Srinagar, said.

Captive enough to oust KCR: Amit Shah

Highlighting the perceived strength of the TRS government, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that state BJP chief Bandi Sanjay can single-handedly topple the TRS government and there is no need for central BJP leaders to enter the scene.

Sri Lanka refutes Indian intelligence claims that ‘LTTE regrouped to launch strikes’

Sri Lanka’s Defense Ministry on Saturday denied reports of ex-LTTE cadres “reuniting to launch attacks” in Sri Lanka, as reported HinduQuoting Indian intelligence sources.

Mercury reaches 47 degree Celsius in some parts of Delhi

Heat wave conditions prevailed in the national capital on Saturday, taking the mercury to 47.2 degrees Celsius in Mungeshpur and 47 degrees Celsius at Najafgarh weather stations.

IPL 2022 | In this match KKR beat SRH by 54 runs

Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 54 runs in an important IPL match here on Saturday. Opting to bat, KKR played down Andre Russell’s unbeaten 49 off 28 balls and smashed 177 for six. In reply, SRH could manage to score 123 for 8 in their allotted 20 overs, with openers Abhishek Sharma scoring 43 off 28 balls and Aiden Markram making 32 off 25 balls.

CBI questions Under Secretary level officer in FCRA case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday questioned an Under Secretary-level officer of the Union Home Ministry in connection with a case alleging that some employees of the unit had organized non-governmental organizations (NGOs) under the Act. was granted the facility of illegal approval. in exchange for a bribe.