News headlines from September 11: resignation of Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, 2 + 2 dialogue and other important news
India and Australia hold a “2 + 2” Ministerial Dialogue with a collective desire for multilateral cooperation and maritime security. | Photo credit: ANI
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New Delhi: Saturday came with important news with the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, announcing a shocking resignation, India and Australia in a “2 + 2” meeting and Sai Dharam Tej encounters a bicycle accident. Below are the headlines of the day.
Vijay Rupani steps down as chief minister of Gujarat and resigns to governor
In a major political event in the state of Gujarat, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani resigned his post on Saturday. The BJP leader is said to have visited Raj Bhavan in Gandhinagar today to tender his resignation. Read more
“QUAD looks to the future, the two nations want a free and secure Indo-Pacific”: India and Australia meet “2 + 2”
India and Australia share a positive vision of the Indo-Pacific with a collective determination for multilateral cooperation and maritime security, said Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh and Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne on Saturday at a joint press conference at the end of their “2 + 2” ministerial dialogue. in New Delhi. Read more
Revealed! Confusing Messages Team India Received On WhatsApp Group Before 5th Test Canceled – Report
Indian team junior physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar’s COVID-19 positive report came as the final nail in the coffin as the fifth test between India and England was canceled on Friday September 10. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have confirmed that the test match has been called off, hours before its scheduled start at Old Trafford in Manchester. Read more
Sai Dharam Tej encounters a serious bicycle accident in Hyderabad; Pawan Kalyan and others rush to hospital
Telugu actor Sai Dharam Tej had a bicycle accident last night. Police confirmed that the actor’s bicycle skidded on the mud, adding that he was also not under the influence of alcohol. Doctors also issued a statement saying he is out of danger and has no serious injuries to his brain, spine or other organs. Read more
Cyber-insurance: IRDAI asks companies to cover themselves against monetary losses due to cyber-fraud
With the rapid increase in online fraud amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA) has broadened the scope of cyber insurance and made it clear what is covered by cyber insurance. The regulator has asked insurance companies to provide coverage against monetary losses due to cyber fraud, unauthorized transactions, email spoofing, etc. Read more
New high-speed train corridors proposed to link Mumbai to Pune, Nagpur
After the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor, plans are underway to link Mumbai to Pune and Nagpur by high-speed train corridors. Maharashtra Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation (MRIDC) Limited, a joint venture of the Maharashtra Ministry of Railways and Government, is planning a semi-high speed train corridor between Mumbai and Pune that could reduce travel time between the two cities at 90 minutes, the Hindustan Times reported. Read more