Your Daily Wrap: DGCA notice to SpiceJet over frequent snags; Naqvi resigns from Modi cabinet; and more

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) today Issue a Reason for Offer Notice to SpiceJet In light of the increasing air safety accidents witnessed by low-cost airlines. The aviation safety regulator, in its notice, said the airline “failed to establish safe, efficient and reliable air services”. In response to the notice, SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh said The airline will be “doubly vigilant” and will strengthen inspections of aircraft before they depart for flights. “A lot of these reported incidents are relatively minor in nature and happen to every airline. If the aviation regulator feels there are any gaps in the SpiceJet system, we will address them,” Singh added.

In another incident, Smoke detected in the cabin of the Indigo Raipur – Indore flight On Tuesday after it landed at its destination. Officials at the General Directorate of Civil Aviation said today that all the passengers were able to safely disembark from the plane, adding that the accident is under investigation. Meanwhile, a Vistara jet engine It failed on its way from Bangkok after landing at Delhi airport but all passengers disembarked safely.

With his membership in the Rajya Sabha expiring on July 7, Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi resigned from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet on Wednesday. “I had to follow the constitutional requirements,” Naqvi, who has been the Muslim face in Modi’s government, told The Indian Express. Steel Minister RCP Singh, who also failed to re-nominate the Rajya Sabha, also laid out his cards. As Naqvi’s term in the Rajya Sabha approaches, the BJP will have no Muslim representation in Narendra Modi’s government. Although the party has been kept secret about Naqvi’s future, rumors circulate that his name is being considered for the vice presidency. Liz Matthew Reports.

Federal Ministry of Health reduced The time between the second dose and the third precautionary dose Covid-19 vaccine from nine months to six months. Federal Health Minister Rajesh Bhushan told states that the revised guidelines for precaution are based on the recommendation made by the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI), India’s top advisory body which provides guidance to the government on vaccination by undertaking technical reviews of scientific evidence. on issues related to immunization policy and programmes.

A resident of Jahangrabad locality in Bhopal Complaint filed against Congressman for Trinamol Mahwa Muitra For hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus with her comments on Goddess Kali at an event on Tuesday. The sources said that more information reports of information are likely to be registered in the state on the issue. But Muitra said she was not afraid and that “the truth does not need supporting forces.” “Bring it to BJP! I am Abed Kali. I am not afraid of anything. Not your ignorant. Not your fools. Not your police. And certainly not your trolls. “The truth does not need the support of the forces,” she said in a tweet on Twitter. TMC MP also Not following the official Twitter account of the party After he distanced himself from her comments.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today as well Liberalized standards to boost foreign exchange inflows, including doubling the borrowing limit under the ECB’s track. The Central Bank said that it was closely and continuously monitoring the liquidity conditions in the forex market and intervened as needed in all its sectors to alleviate the scarcity of the dollar with the aim of ensuring an orderly functioning of the market. The actions taken by the central bank come on the back of the 4.1 percent depreciation of the rupee against the US dollar during the current fiscal year so far (until July 5) amid ongoing geopolitical tensions.

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As all eyes are on the family’s side Uddhav Thackeray and his son Aaditya, another son appears on the state’s political scene. Amit, the son of Maharashtra President Navnirman Sena Amit, has left Konkan and held meetings in Sindhodorj district as part of his first big tour as head of the party’s student wing. Amit made his first appearance in politics a decade ago, when he appeared in a roadshow for MNS prior to the 2012 BMC election. However, he took a back seat after that, saying he wanted to continue studying. Amit is now back in the thick of things as Raj Thackeray recovers from major surgery. Read Yogesh Naik’s book Report.

The Telangana-led Rashtra Samethi (TRS) government of Telangana is preparing to hold a week-long event starting on Thursday to celebrate the rich history of the Kakatiya dynasty. Addressing a public meeting in Hyderabad’s parade grounds on 3 July, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Kakatiya dynasty and highlighted the rich cultural history of Telangana. While the BJP has been aggressively fanning nationalism while doing its best to defy the TRS, the latter has resorted to championing regionalism and Telangana pride to punish the Saffron Party – and holding the Kakatiya celebration appears to be part of that strategy. Srinivas Janyala Reports.

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In its latest standoff with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Twitter has initiated legal action against some government newsletters ordering it to remove certain content posted on the microblogging site. Alleging a disproportionate use of power by officials, the social media company moved the Karnataka High Court Tuesday against content blocking orders issued by the ministry under Section 69(a) of the Information Technology Act 2000. What is Section 69(a) of the IT disposition, and why Twitter sued? we explain.

Several UK cinemas have banned young people from wearing formal clothing during screenings of the recently released animated film Minions: the rise of a puppy Because of the unruly behavior fueled by a strange new trend on TikTok. Since the movie premiered last week, hordes of young men have flocked to movie theaters in suits and referred to themselves as “gentlemen.” How did the trend start? Why is it controversial? Read over here.

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