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Todays Latest News 28 April 2023

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Punjab: Pakistani drone entering Gurdaspur chased away

Punjab: BSF jawans chased away a drone entering from Pakistan side in Gurdaspur sector. According to the information, after hearing the entry sound of the drone in Gurdaspur sector, the Border Security Force personnel opened fire. After this the drone returned towards Pakistan. Search operation is being conducted in the area.

Bihar: JDU leader Kailash Mahto shot dead in Katihar

A state in Eastern India: JDU leader Kailash Mahato was shot dead yesterday in Katihar. The incident is of Barari police station area of ​​Katihar. Regarding the incident, Katihar SDPO Om Prakash said that we have started the investigation and soon the accused will be arrested. About 4-5 rounds of firing were done. Further information can be given only after the post-mortem.

Nepal: Late night earthquake tremors in Dahakot

Nepal: There were two tremors of earthquake one after the other late night in Dahakot of Bajura. According to the National Center for Seismology, the intensity of the earthquake was measured at 4.8 and 5.9 on the Richter scale. Nepal’s Surkhet district seismology center official Rajesh Sharma told news agency ANI that the first earthquake, measuring 4.9, occurred at 11:58 pm (local time), while another earthquake of 5.9 magnitude occurred at 1:30 pm. were recorded.

Operation Kaveri: 10th batch of Indians from Sudan

Operation Cauvery: Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted that the 10th batch of evacuees left Port Sudan for Jeddah with 135 passengers on board an IAF C-130J aircraft.

Bhopal: CM Shivraj said – Thanks to PM Modi for Operation Kaveri

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that I thank PM Modi, as Indians stranded in Sudan are returning safely and 7 people from Madhya Pradesh have also returned safely. I am sure that with the efforts of the External Affairs Minister, we will be able to bring back the rest of the survivors safely.

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