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    By-elections will be held in West Bengal on September 30, read the 10 big news of the country and the world

    New Delhi. West Bengal will hold by-elections on September 30. Mamata Banerjee will contest from Bhabanipur. Security agencies have issued warnings about the possibility of terrorist attacks in many parts of India. According to intelligence, terrorists could target Israeli citizens or Jewish citizens. Meanwhile, in the wake of a growing case of corona virus in Karnataka, CM Basbaraj has instructed Bomai to increase austerity. Let’s take a look at the dust and the world’s 10 biggest news …

    1. Election Commission’s decision comes as a relief for Mamata Banerjee, Bengal by-elections to be held on September 30
    West Bengal’s high profile Bhabanipur assembly constituency will go to the polls on September 30. The decision, issued by the Election Commission on Saturday, is being hailed as a great relief for state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. (Read the full story here)

    2. The possibility of terrorist attacks in many parts of India, warnings issued, security at Israeli embassies increased
    Indian intelligence agencies have raised the possibility of terrorist attacks across the country on the eve of the Jewish holiday in September. High alerts have been issued across the country since this input came to the fore. All state police chiefs have been asked to be vigilant. (Read the full story here)

    3. Rahul lashes out at Center over JEE-Main exam rigging, says government is trying to crack down
    Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday lashed out at the central government over the chaos in the JEE-Main exams, alleging that the government was trying to suppress such cases when it was a very important issue related to students. (Read the full story here)

    4. Will lockdown be issued to Karnataka? CM Bomai gave more signs of toughness
    In the wake of the growing case of corona virus in Karnataka, CM Basbaraj Bomai has directed to increase the severity. CM Bomai said on Saturday that new guidelines would be issued to stop large-scale programs and rallies in the wake of violations of the Covid-1 prot protocol. (Read the full story here)

    5. Another push for BJP in Bengal, Kaliaganj MLA Soumen Roy joins TMC
    In West Bengal, the BJP has pushed for another deal. Soumen Roy, a BJP MLA from Kaliaganj constituency in the state, joined the Trinamool Congress on Saturday. Soumen Roy joined the party in the presence of Minister of State and Trinamool Congress leader Perth Chatterjee at a function in Kolkata on Saturday. (Read the full story here)

    Kashmir. Kashmir continues to be banned from gathering people, mobile internet service is shut down again
    Following the death of blockaded leader Syed Ali Shah Gilani, the ban on gatherings in most parts of the Kashmir Valley continued, with mobile internet services shutting down again on Saturday morning. Internet service was restored last night. (Read the full story here)

    7. Dabholkar murder case: CBI court claims, case against accused under UAPA
    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has argued in court that five accused in the murder case of logician Dr Narendra Davolkar in 2001 have been charged under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for creating ‘terrorism among the people’. Has been judged. (Read the full story here)

    8. Yes Bank-DHFL case: CBI court grants interim bail to Rana Kapoor’s wife and daughter
    A special CBI court on Saturday granted interim bail to the wife and daughter of Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor in a case involving private donor DHFL. Kapoor’s wife Bindu and daughter Radha were named as accused in a recent supplementary chargesheet filed by the CBI, though both were never arrested in the case. (Read the full story here)

    9. IND vs ENG 4th Test: Rohit Sharma’s century, Pujarao also scored a half-century, India take the lead
    By the third day of the fourth Test of the series against England, India had scored 270 for three. Star opener Rohit Sharma scored a great century and Cheteshwar Pujara gave him full support. Pujara was seen crying in pain but remained steadfast and completed half a century. At the stamp, captain Virat Kohli was playing 22 and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja 9 runs. The third day’s play, however, ended early due to bad lighting. India now have a 171-run lead. (Read the full story here)

    10. The Australian player first married an Indian girl, now coaches the Ranji team
    Former Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait has been appointed as the bowling coach of the Pondicherry cricket team. Sources close to the Cricket Association of Pondicherry (CAP) said this on Saturday. (Read the full story here)

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