Top Stories From 6th August 2019: Sushma Swaraj’s Demise, Imran Khan Respond, & Many More
The stories covered in the section will consist of politics, sports, entertainment, education, and society. From the unfortunate Sushma Swaraj’s demise to Pak PM Imran Khan’s response to India, check out Top Stories From 6th August 2019. You can keep a tab on live trends on Manch App.
Sushma Swaraj Passes At 67
The former external affairs minister and senior BJP leader passed away on Tuesday night. The senior BJP leader was brought to AIIMS around 9:30 pm and was straight away taken to the emergency ward. AIIMS doctors said she died of a cardiac arrest.
Imran Khan Responds In Joint Sitting Of Parliament
Pakistan has warned India that the bifurcation of Jammu & Kashmir into two UTs will have ‘serious repercussions.’ Many political analysts in Pakistan judged the speech of Imran Khan as ‘weak’ and ‘dependent.’ “Conventional war? But nobody will win this war,” he said, questioning whether the world was ready for the outcome. “Am I doing nuclear blackmail? I am appealing to common sense,” added the leader. Imran Khan has also responded to the opposition’s questions of ‘not doing enough’ to prevent India from introducing changes in the political structure of Kashmir.
India Clean Sweeps The T20 Series Against West Indies
Deepak Chahar’s spell of 3 for 4 and Rishabh Pant’s 65 allowed India to make a clean sweep against the West Indies in the 3 match T20 series. Deepak Chahar was adjudged the Man Of The match while Krunal Pandya was awarded Man Of The Series.
Monsoon Has Arrived In North India
Heavy rain lashed Delhi and the other adjoining regions on Tuesday, leading to massive traffic snarls at various places. Due to waterlogging, residents of low lying areas found it difficult to move out of their homes.
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Repeal Of Article 370 Causes Panic In North Eastern States
The abrogation of Article 370 has caused fears among tribal communities of northeastern states. Commoners think that the government might tinker with Article 371. Article 371A for Nagaland and Article 371B for Assam was adopted to solve certain basic issues of the states.