Today’s Latest News, 26 May 2023

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The matter of the inauguration of the new Parliament has reached the Supreme Court. A PIL has been filed demanding the President to inaugurate it.

Allahabad High Court will hear today in the matter of survey of Gyanvapi Masjid premises. The Varanasi court had ordered the ASI to survey the premises.

Two more cubs of female cheetah Jwala died in MP’s Kuno National Park. Earlier on Tuesday, a cub had died.

The second qualifier match will be played in IPL 2023 today. The teams of Gujarat and Mumbai will be face to face. The winning team will play the final match against Chennai.


  • The case of the inauguration of the new parliament reached the Supreme Court

  • Hearing in Allahabad High Court today in Gyanvapi Masjid case

  • 2 more cheetah cubs die in MP’s Kuno National Park

  • IPL 2023: Gujarat-Mumbai face to face in the second qualifier

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Uttar Pradesh: Number of diarrhea patients increased in Bareilly

Dr. Alka Sharma of Bareilly District Hospital said, “Due to heat and eating outside food, more and more patients of diarrhea are coming nowadays. I request parents not to feed children any food from outside but eat home cooked food.” Feed all liquid things and food. Complete arrangements have been made for the children who are coming here, all the children are going well.

Gujarat: Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar reached Vadodara, Foreign Minister is on a two-day tour of Narmada

US Defense Secretary Lloyd J Austin III to visit Japan, Singapore, India and France next week

Uttarakhand: CM Dhami said on the encroachment case – it is not our aim to harass anyone

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that we have issued guidelines regarding encroachment and it is not our intention to harass anyone. In the last few years, those who have erected symbols in forest land or under religious guise, they are all going to come under encroachment.

Published: 26 May 2023, 7:45 AM IST

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