Donald Trump Is Back On Social Media After 2 Year Ban
After facing a two year ban from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, the former USA President Donald Trump is finally back. On March 17, Trump took to Facebook and YouTube and said, "I AM BACK!". He further said, "Sorry to keep you waiting. Complicated business." It is to be noted in 2021, Trump's social media handle were banned amid his violent posts, which allegedly provoked violence in the states.
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BCCI Reduces Ban Of RR PLayer Ajit Chandila To 7 Years
The BCCI Ombudsman Vineet Saran has reduced former Rajasthan Royal player Ajit Chandila's life ban. On February 21, Saran announced a reduction of a ban to 7 years, for his involvement in the IPL 2013 spot-fixing scandal. The three cricketers involved in that ‘spot-fixing’ scam – S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Chandila were given a life ban. However, the bans of Sreesanth and Chavan were overturned two years back.
Tags: BCCI, Ajit Chandila, Ban, IPL, Rajasthan Royals
North Korean Women, Girls Banned To Be Named After Kim Jong Un's Daughter
In North Korea, women and girls are forced to change their identities if they share the same name as Kim Jong Un's daughter, Ju Ae. The North Korean authorities asked women to change their names as naming after Kim Jong Un's 10-year-old daughter is prohibited. An anonymous source said, "Yesterday, the Ministry of Security in Jeongju City summoned women registered with the resident registration department under the name 'Ju Ae'
Tags: North Korean Leader, Female Citizens, Ju Ae, kim jong un, Ban, registration
Delhi Police Arrest 4 PFI Members After Ban
Delhi police have arrested four members of the Popular Front of India (PFI) over a week, following its ban, an official confirmed on October 3. This marks the first few arrested after the central government banned the organisation. After getting information of certain suspicious activities, Delhi police conducted raids at several locations, carried out the arrested and also seized three properties.
Tags: Delhi, PFI, Ban, AAP, Arvind Kejriwal
Thank God Faces Ban Demand Amid Mockery Of Chitragupt, Yamraj
Ahead of release, Siddharth Agarwal and Ajay Devgn's "Thank God" is receiving backlash from the Hindu audience. According to sources, a set of people are demanding a ban on the movie for its portray of Chitragupt and Yamraj, in the film. The Kerala group demanded ban days after a lawyer from Jaunpur filed a case against the director and cast, amid mockery of the Hindu gods, hurting religious sentiments.
Tags: Thank God, Ban, Hindu Religious Sentiments, Hindi Cinema, Bollywood
Govt Imposes Ban On Broken Rice Export With Immediate Affect
The Union Government banned the export of rice with immediate effect, on September 9. The decision will have a significant impact as compared to last year, in 2022 the sown area of paddy is lower. Moreover, the imposed ban would not affect shipments, which left for India, and will be allowed till September 15. In addition, the Central Government also imposed a 20% on brown rice and husked rice.
Tags: Union government, Broken Rice Export, Ban, Issued Order, Kharif Season
CoA To Hold AIFF's Elections With No Voting Rights To 'Eminent Player'
Ahead of the FIFA ban, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) running football in India had agreed to hold AIFF's elections without giving voting rights to 'eminent' players. The decision was taken by the committee as per the world body's wish after FIFA suspended India for "undue influence from third parties". Moreover, "The country is scheduled to host the FIFA event from October 11 to October 30.
Tags: FIFA, FIFA Event, Ban, Football, CoA
Google Removes 50 Android Apps From Play Store Due To 3 Different Malware Attacks
Google has banned 50 android applications from the Play Store. According to the research, Zscaler's ThreatLabz team discovered three distinct malware families infecting Google Play apps: Joker, Facestealer, and Coper. According to the report, the majority of the apps were tainted with Joker malware. Once activated, Joker may install premium dialers and covert malware on devices, persuading unsuspecting clients to sign up for expensive monthly… read-more
Tags: Google, Ban, Joker Malware, Android, application
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
IOC Warns Indian Olympic Association To Hold Elections Soon Or Risk Being Suspended
International Olympic Committee (IOC) warned Indian Olympic Association (IOA) that if elections are not held in "coming weeks," it will be subjected to another suspension. IOA elections were scheduled for December of last year but were postponed owing to a court case attempting to amend its constitution to conform to norms of national sports code. IOC and Olympic… read-more
Tags: IOC, IOA, Elections, Ban, Olympic
Courtesy: Zee news
Japan Court Rules Japan's Ban On Same-Sex Marriage 'Not Unconstitutional'
The court in Osaka, Japan's largest city, on June 19 declared the country's prohibition on same-sex marriage was not unconstitutional. The verdict contrasts with a March 2021 judgment by a Sapporo court that declared the prohibition on same-sex marriage "unconstitutional." It shattered campaigners' expectations of putting pressure on the government to pass legislation to address the issue, and it sparked a flood of comments on social media… read-more
Tags: Japan, japan court, Same Sex Marriage, Ban, LGBTQ community
Courtesy: Free Press Journal