September, 22, 2023
India and Saudi Arabia have signed 47 memorandums

India and Saudi Arabia have signed 47 memorandums

New Delhi (Monitoring Desk, News Agencies) India and Saudi Arabia have signed 47 memorandums of understanding in the field of investment and have signed a bilateral agreement to promote the investment environment in both countries, These dynamic changes have been made under the framework of Vision 2030, on this occasion, Saudi Investment Minister Khalid Al Falih has said that India and Saudi Arabia will start a special space program soon. Apart from this, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman started his official visit to India with a grand welcome ceremony. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Prime Minister Modi also signed an agreement to establish the India-Saudi Arabia Strategic Partnership Council, Prince Mohammed bin Salman said, according to a Saudi newspaper. The state is working on a trade corridor project with India.

Pakistan Cracks Down on Electricity Theft: 8 Crore Units Detected and 194 Arrests Made

Islamabad (Special Reporter) Regarding electricity theft, Secretary Power Rashid Langriyal has said that 8 crore units of electricity theft have been detected. While releasing data on the social networking site X (Twitter), Rashid Langriyal said that 194 people involved in electricity theft have been arrested. Sekar Tree Power Rashid Langriyal says that fines of Rs 352 million have been imposed so far on electricity theft. He said that LESCO and Mapco are doing better than other companies on electricity theft. Actions are being taken by various electricity distribution companies (DISCOs) to stop electricity theft. 1159 cases of electricity theft were reported in Lesko and 1713 in Mapco. Action on a priority basis in high theft areas along with the government.

Devastating Earthquake in Morocco Claims Over 1,200 Lives

Rabat, Madrid (AFP, Monitoring Desk, Net News) The death toll from the terrible earthquake in Morocco has risen to 1,268, while 2,501 people have been injured, many of whom are in critical condition. In 1960, an earthquake killed 12,000 people. It should be noted that an earthquake of magnitude 6.8 occurred in Morocco on Friday and Saturday night. Several areas lost power due to the earthquake. As a result of the earthquake, more than 3 lakh people have been affected. Experts have ruled out the possibility of such devastating earthquakes in North Africa, the Middle East, and other neighboring countries of Morocco. He said that after the earthquake, the relief operations are ongoing, and there is a fear of an increase in the number of deaths. The next two to three days will be important for searching for the people buried under the debris. On the other hand, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain, Jose Manuel Albarez, given the seriousness of the situation after the devastating earthquake in the South African Arab state of Morocco, has sent search and rescue teams to Morocco. It is announced to send.

Kenya: 10 soldiers were killed in a roadside explosion in La Mukanti along the northern coast, and four soldiers were injured.

NAIROBI (Shanghai) At least ten Kenyan soldiers have been killed in a roadside accident in La Mo County along Kenya’s northern coast. The Canadian Defense Forces (KDF) condemned the attack in the Bower area in a statement on Monday but did not confirm the death toll. However, a security official said that a vehicle of the soldiers, which was on patrol, was hit by an improvised explosive device on the Alima Ne Bore Road, killing six soldiers and injuring four others. The official, refusing to reveal his name, said that the ten personnel on board were killed on the spot and the condition of the injured was critical, while their vehicle was destroyed in the explosion. In a statement released on Monday in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, the KDF condemned the incident, saying criminal elements wanted to disrupt the movement of people and goods in the area to destroy socio-economic stability in the area.

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