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Manish Tewari, INDIA bloc candidate from Chandigarh, on Thursday took a dig at BJP candidate Sanjay Tandon, stating that Tandon was “insignificant” for Kharge and Rahul Tewari was replying to Tandon’s recent remark, wher he had highlighted that neither Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge nor former president Rahul Gandhi had come to Chandigarh to campaign for Tewari. “I am enough to defeat him. Mr Tandon will need at least two terms in the parliament to qualify for the attention of Mr Kharge and Mr Gandhi,” Tewari said, while adding, “He (Tandon) seems to have quite an exaggeratedly ambitious opinion about himself…

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Amazon is reportedly working on integrating artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities within its cloud-based voice assistant, Alexa, but users might have to pay more before they can avail of its services. The Seattle-based tech giant has been planning to enhance the capabilities of its virtual voice assistant since 2023, likely to not fall behind the likes of OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Gemini. But a new report now highlights that while Alexa might get smarter, it will not be bundled with the standard Amazon Prime subscription. Amazon to make Alexa smarter Last month, Amazon published a post in its newsroom titled “CEO Andy…

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Police on Tuesday arrested two youths for killing a 24-year-old man and dumping his body in a drain in Tibrha village. The deceased has been identified as Deen Mohammad (24), a resident of Meerut. An FIR was lodged by Mohammad’s father on May 16 at Modinagar police station after the body was found on May 15. The victim’s two ‘friends’ – Taj Mohammad (20) and Puneet Gosain (20) – were arrested from near the drain in Tibrha, DCP Rural Vivek Chand Yadav said. During interrogation, the accused told the police that they have two more friends — Nikit Gujjar (21)…

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In a letter addressed to the Election Commission, Sunil Jakhar, the Punjab BJP chief, requested an extension of the voting hours in the state by two hours due to the scorching heat. He proposed that the polling be conducted from 6 am to 7 pm. Typically, polling across the nation is held between 7 am and 6 pm. The polling for the 13 Lok Sabha constituencies in Punjab is scheduled for June 1. In his letter to the Election Commission of India, Jakhar said, “With the final phase of general elections scheduled for June 1, Punjab will be experiencing an…

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None of the food and supplies that has entered the Gaza Strip through a U.S.-built temporary pier in its first five days of operation has been distributed to Palestinians by aid organizations, Gen. Patrick S. Ryder, the Pentagon spokesman, said at a news briefing on Tuesday. General Ryder said that 569 metric tons of aid had made it onto Gaza’s shore but that those supplies had yet to be parceled out by humanitarian organizations. On Saturday, hungry crowds looted several World Food Program trucks transporting aid that had been delivered through the pier, prompting the agency to suspend deliveries of…

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At three Lok Sabha campaign rallies in Barwala, Narnaund and Bawani Khera in support of INDIA bloc’s Hisar seat candidate Jai Prakash, former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda said: “The alliance will save the Constitution and democracy, for which it was formed, and then there will be no more Rozgar Nigam.” Hooda accused state’s BJP govt of running a corrupt skill-development scheme in the name of Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam and promised to end it “along with all other wasteful programmes” once Congress wins.Claiming a spike in unemployment, crime, and drug addiction, Hooda said: “The gangs that threaten everyone will…

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The daughter of daily wage workers from Kalleda in Warangal, Deepthi Jeevanji, accomplished an amazing feat on Monday in the World Para Athletics Championships in Kobe, Japan. She couldn’t even afford a bus ticket to Hyderabad for training just a few years ago. With a time of 55.07 seconds, she won gold in the women’s 400-meter T20 event, smashing the previous record. This beat the previous mark of 55.12 seconds, which was achieved in 2023 in Paris during the World Championships by American Breanna Clark. Deepthi got out to a great start, leading the opening 200 metres of the race.…

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Maintaining that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not do politics of appeasement “but of satisfaction”, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday slammed the Congress over its manifesto calling it “dangerous”. Addressing the Maha Vijay Sankalp Rally at the Sirsa grain market in Haryana in support of BJP candidate Ashok Tanwar, the UP CM said, “The Congress has written a dangerous thing in its manifesto.After coming to power, the Congress has promised to conduct a survey of the property of every citizen. The Congress will conduct a survey of the property of your father and grandfather, snatch half…

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A Tesla user found himself in a dangerous situation due to the vehicle’s full self-driving (FSD) mode. Craig Doty II, from Ohio, had to intervene because the car didn’t slow down while approaching a passing train. Mr Doty shared a post on Tesla Motors Club forum in which he said that his car has driven head-on into closed level crossings on two separate occasions. The post was picked up by several outlets, and users on platforms like X, where it shocked the users. He claimed his vehicle was in Full Self-Driving (FSD) mode at the time and didn’t slow down…

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They have a stranglehold on the country’s infrastructure, from police stations to seaports. They have chased hundreds of thousands of people from the capital. And they are suspected of having ties to the 2021 assassination of Haiti’s president. Western diplomats and officials say the influence and capability of many Haitian gangs are evolving, making them ever more threatening to the Kenyan-led multinational police force soon deploying to Haiti as well as the fragile transitional council trying to set a path for elections. With their arrival just days away, the 2,500 police officers will confront a better equipped, funded, trained and…

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