Breaking news today, May 22 LIVE

New Delhi | Jagran Intelligence Service: Everything that happens around us affects us in some way and that is why it is important for us to know what is happening around the world. That’s why at English Jagran we offer our readers 360-degree coverage across all genres to give them a glimpse of what’s happening around the world.

Here are the LIVE updates of the day:

10:07 am: Our athletes will always be proud to say that we have the support of our Prime Minister. This is second to none. I’m very happy with the way he spoke to us right after our game. That will motivate all players to perform well, says Thomas Cup winner Kidambi Srikanth.

9:51 am: The “Yes, we can do it” attitude has become the new strength in the country today. I assure you that the government will do its best to support our players, PM Modi told Thomas Cup winners.

9:19 am: PM Modi interacts with badminton champions who share their experiences from the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup.

9:01 am: The Gyanvapi Mosque controversy in Varanasi is part of the BJP’s efforts to divert people’s attention from issues such as inflation and unemployment, says NCP chief Sharad Pawar.

8:30 am: Also read – Gasoline and Diesel Prices Today: Fuel Prices Fall as Center Cuts Excise Tax | Check the details here

7:56 hours: Police operation at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch in Pune. MNS chief Raj Thackeray will be speaking at a rally here today.

7:15 am: Delhi police have urged Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury to turn in his devices, which he claimed were “hacked” after he allegedly posted a tweet containing the infamous quote from former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in relation to the 1984 riots and then deleted.

7:10 am: The NEET-PG 2022 ended smoothly in all centers yesterday. A total of 2.06.301 candidates should appear and 1.82.318 appeared. More than 1,800 independent faculty nominated by NBEMS evaluated the conduct of the exam at the test center, reports ANI.

Written by:
Aalok Sensharma

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