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1. US President Biden’s son will be under investigation by a special counsel.

Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden, is being investigated by a special counsel appointed by US Attorney General Merrick Garland. Hunter is allegedly involved in illegal international business dealings. Garland appointed David Weiss, a prosecutor who was already looking into Hunter for possible tax and gun violations, as special counsel. Weiss stated following the new appointment that Hunter might be put on trial for criminal charges.

2. The Nehru-Gandhi family instilled hate in Manipur: Thakur

Anurag Thakur, a Union minister, claimed that the Nehru-Gandhi family instilled hatred in Manipur for political purposes. He added that the Northeast had a reputation for “Bomb, Bandh, and Blast” under the Congress. “Your policy was to Look East,” he continued, “but PM Modi started the Act East” policy, and the Center is doing everything it can to bring peace to Manipur.

3. Deloitte’s resignation as Adani Ports auditor follows issues raised: Report

As a result of worries regarding specific transactions mentioned in the Hindenburg Research report, Deloitte has chosen to leave its position as auditor of Adani Ports and SEZ, according to Reuters. Adani Ports refused Deloitte’s request to conduct an independent investigation into related party transactions that Hindenburg had raised in May. According to reports, Deloitte may announce its resignation as soon as Monday.

4. Swastika on camera with Big B: I’ve never felt this anxious in my entire career.

Actress Swastika Mukherjee said she had never been more anxious in her entire acting career. She will be starring alongside Amitabh Bachchan in “Section 84.” “How am I supposed to forget that I am actually acting alongside Amitabh Bachchan right in front of me?I felt completely blank when Bachchan ji spoke in his recognizable baritone in the final take following the drill, Swastika continued.

5. With President Murmu’s approval, the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill becomes a law.

The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2023 has received the approval of President Droupadi Murmu. The Bill was approved by the Lok Sabha on August 7 and the Rajya Sabha on August 9. It addresses citizen privacy and establishes rules for how personal data can be used by businesses or the government.

6. Hindu group protesting against OMG 2: “Will give 10 lakh to anyone who slaps Akshay.”

Rashtriya Hindu Parishad Bharat organized an anti-OMG 2 protest in Agra and offered a 10 lakh “reward” to anyone who slapped or spit on the actor for offending religious sensibilities. On Thursday, the group also set fire to posters for the movie and effigies of Akshay, declaring that it would continue to protest outside of theaters.

7. ruined cryptocurrency exchange Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of FTX, was arrested after his bail was revoked.

After having his bail revoked, Sam Bankman-Fried was put in jail after the prosecution claimed that the founder of the defunct cryptocurrency exchange FTX had tampered with witnesses. The former billionaire, 31, is accused of stealing money from FTX customers totaling billions of dollars. Since his arrest in December 2022, he has spent the majority of his time confined to his parents’ California home under a $250 million bond.

8. Community service is suggested as an alternative punishment in the bill that would replace the IPC.

Community service is recommended as an alternative to prison time in the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023, which aims to replace the current Indian Penal Code. It will be applicable to offenses like small-scale theft, defamation, and attempting suicide with the intent to obstruct the performance of a public official’s duties. Its goal is to prevent first-time offenders and those convicted of minor offenses from going to jail.

9. After a Russian attack, a Ukrainian church burns; a video is released

Russian forces attacked Zaporizhzhia in Ukraine, killing three people, according to Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of that nation. On Telegram, he posted a video showing a burned-out courtyard and a damaged church at the scene of the attack. “This Russian war crime will undoubtedly receive a sentence. Additionally, Zelenskyy stated, “[it] will be on the front lines.

10. Since the day Musk challenged me, I’ve been prepared to fight: Zuckerberg

Elon Musk, the owner of X, challenged Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg to a cage match, and Zuckerberg said he has been prepared to fight Musk ever since. “I adore this game…You’ll hear it from me if [Musk] ever agrees to an actual date,” Zuckerberg said. “Until then, please assume anything he says hasn’t been agreed upon,” he continued.

11. No Protection Against Sexual Assault is Provided For Men Under The Proposed New Criminal Laws 

According to the draft of the Bill, punishment for unnatural sexual offenses against men is not contemplated by the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023, which aims to replace the Indian Penal Code. The new Bill classifies sexual offenses like rape as acts committed against women or children. Notably, Section 377 of the IPC addresses and emphasizes punishment for non-consensual acts against men.

12. Pujara after the twin tons in England is still relevant for India.

Cheteshwar Pujara, a batsman who was left out of India’s Test squad for the West Indies series, has claimed that he is still involved in Team India’s plans. “I’ll be back into the team,” he continued. In his four matches for Sussex in the ongoing One-Day Cup in England, Pujara has two centuries and a fifty.

13. A 3-year-old immigrant girl passes away on the way from Texas to Chicago

The Texas Department of Emergency Management reported on Friday that a three-year-old girl from Venezuela who was traveling to Chicago from Texas by bus with other migrants passed away after displaying symptoms of illness. According to reports, the girl’s parents were also on the bus when she started exhibiting illness symptoms, such as a fever and diarrhea, before passing out.

14. Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan” movie clips were leaked online; a FIR was filed.

Following the online leak of movie clips from Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan,” Red Chillies Entertainment filed a FIR. On August 10, the Santacruz police station received the FIR. Five Twitter accounts were cited by Red Chillies Entertainment as being used to share the movie clips. The handles on Twitter received legal notifications.

15. Muslim ‘Mann Ki Baat’ for the PM from Jama Masjid Shahi

Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari of Jama Masjid pleaded with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hear the Muslim community’s “Mann Ki Baat.” He claimed that India’s situation is worrying and that a wave of hatred poses a serious threat. “Muslims are troubled due to the current circumstances and concerned about their future,” he continued.Open threats are made against members of one religion.

16. Singer of “Pasoori,” Ali Sethi, dismisses the rumor that he is engaged to painter Salman Toor.

Ali Sethi, a popular Pakistani singer known for singing songs like “Pasoori,” “Chandni Raat,” and many others, has refuted rumors that he married Pakistani-American artist Salman Toor. He wrote on Instagram, “I am not married, and I don’t know who started the rumor. According to reports, the couple wed in a private ceremony in New York.

17. Haaland scores twice as Man City wins 3-0 to open the Premier League season.

Erling Haaland scored twice as Manchester City defeated Burnley 3-0 to start the Premier League campaign. In the fourth and 36th minutes of the game, Haaland scored goals. In the previous Premier League season, he set a record with 36 goals. In the 75th minute, Rodri scored City’s third goal from close range.

18. Mamata has no right to call the Hindu genocide in Kashmir propaganda: Vivek

Vivek Agnihotri, the director of “The Kashmir Files,” promised to continue fighting for it after West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee was accused of making “defamatory” remarks about the movie in May. “How [dare Mamata Banerjee] say…genocide of Hindus in Kashmir is a propaganda?” questioned Vivek. “Perhaps I’m the only filmmaker who has ever sued a sitting chief minister,” he continued.

19. Nigerian mosque collapses during prayers, 7 people are killed

According to officials, a portion of a mosque collapsed on Friday in Kaduna state, northwest Nigeria, killing seven people and injuring many more. According to reports, the incident happened while hundreds of people were inside the mosque for afternoon prayers. The mosque was built in the 1830s, according to state officials.

20. 67 people have died and numerous others have been injured in Hawaii wildfires.

Wildfires on Hawaii’s Maui Island are believed to be to blame for at least 67 fatalities and numerous injuries. According to reports, the wildfires are the state’s deadliest natural disaster since a tsunami in 1960 that claimed 61 lives. Josh Green, the governor of Hawaii, said that efforts were being made to find the roughly 1,000 people still missing.

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