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Some of India’s top officials were engaged in managing the diplomatic fallout as nations including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran

The arrest of the city of Kanpur was part of an effort to end sectarian tensions that erupted after two officials of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bhartiya Janata Party made angry remarks to Muslims in India and overseas. Learn more

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The Indian government wants on Monday to quell anger at home and abroad after two BJP ruling party officials spoke out about the Prophet Mohammed, in which 38 people were arrested for rioting in the northern city and a planned protest in Mumbai.

The arrest of the city of Kanpur was part of an effort to end sectarian tensions that erupted after two officials of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bhartiya Janata Party made angry remarks to Muslims in India and overseas.

Some of India’s top officials have been involved in controlling the conflict as countries including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran want to apologize to the government for allowing these rude remarks, an Indian foreign ministry official said.

Over the weekend, Indian politicians in the Gulf and neighboring Muslim nations were summoned by officials from those countries to protest against the BJP’s comments.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), in a statement, said: “These insults occur at a time when the growing hatred and humiliation of Muslims in India and the organized persecution of Muslims.”

The influential 57-member organization cited a recent decision to ban the hijab at educational institutions in a few Indian provinces and the destruction of Islamic property to highlight what it called the Indian government’s bias.

Pakistani soldiers in a tweet “strongly criticized the abusive words” of Indian officials.

“This horrific act is very damaging and clearly shows the extreme level of hatred towards Muslims and other Indian religions,” the newspaper said.

The Indian Foreign Ministry said in a statement annoying tweets and comments did not, in any way, express the views of the government.

“Critical action has been taken against these people by the relevant authorities … It is unfortunate that the OIC Secretariat has also chosen to comment in an encouraging, misleading and cruel manner,” said Arindam Bagchi, a government spokesman.

PROTESTS PLANNED

The BJP suspended a spokesman and fired another official on Sunday for hurting the religious sentiments of a small community.

Muslims make up about 13% of India’s 1.35 billion people. Protests against anti-Muslim protests were planned in the financial capital Mumbai on Monday.

The United States Department of State, in its annual report to Congress on International Religious Freedom released in June, alleges that attacks on members of minority groups, including killings, beatings, and intimidation, occurred in India by mid-2021.

Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam and home to two of its most sacred sites, has welcomed the BJP’s decision to suspend a spokesman.

A senior official at the Qatari Consulate in New Delhi said the Modi government should distance itself from public comment.

“Harming our religious feelings can have a direct impact on economic relations,” the official said, adding that they were looking at reports of a boycott of Indian goods by supermarkets in Qatar.

India’s trade with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which includes Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman and the UAE, was $ 90 billion by 2020-21. Millions of Indians live and work in GCC countries.

Premier Modi in recent years has strengthened economic ties with energy-rich countries, which are a major source of fuel for the country.

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Hyundai Motor is going to open this big company in the United States by 2023, you also know

Hyundai Motor Group, which houses Hyundai and Kia, said the battery manufacturing facility would be set up through a strategic partnership, details of which would be disclosed later.

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South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group said it is planning to build its first dedicated full electric vehicle (EV) and battery manufacturing facilities in the United States for about $5.54 billion (about Rs 43,110 crore). is planning to invest.

Hyundai will start its new facility in Georgia in early 2023 and is expected to begin commercial production in the first half of 2025 with an annual capacity of 300,000 EV units, the company said in a statement.

The South Korean auto group said it intended to create about 8,100 jobs.

Hyundai Motor Group, which houses Hyundai and Kia, said the battery manufacturing facility would be set up through a strategic partnership, details of which would be disclosed later.

Reuters reported last week that Hyundai was in talks to build an EV manufacturing plant in the United States and had discussed it with Georgia officials.

The plant is a significant part of Hyundai’s planned investment of $7.4 billion (about Rs 57,585 crore) in the United States by 2025 to promote future mobility. The state of Georgia is expected to attract $1 billion (about Rs 7,780 crore) in additional investment from non-affiliated Hyundai Motor Group suppliers on top of the investment.

SK On, the battery arm of Hyundai’s battery supplier, SK Innovation, has built two adjacent plants in Georgia. The first, which supplies most of Volkswagen, began production in the first quarter. The second, which will supply Ford Motor, is set to begin production early next year.

SK On will supply batteries for the Ioniq 7, a source previously told Reuters. SK On said it could not comment on supply deals involving specific customers.

Hyundai’s US investment coincides with the arrival of US President Biden in South Korea on Friday.

The South Korean auto conglomerate, which is one of the world’s five largest automakers in terms of vehicle sales, has production sites in Alabama and Georgia. In April, Hyundai Motor said it plans to invest $300 million (about Rs 2,330 crore) to add EVs to the Montgomery assembly.

Separately, Hyundai Motor Group on Wednesday said it plans to invest KRW 21 trillion (about Rs 1,28,300 crore) by 2030 to expand its EV business in South Korea.

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Fear of Corona tormented North Korea, 27 suspects have died so far, know the whole situation

This fever spread and reached outside Pyongyang. So far, symptoms of fever have been seen in 3 lakh 50 thousand people in the country. It is not clear how many of these people have been found to be corona positive.

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After the knock of Corona in North Korea, Kim Jong Un has described it as the biggest crisis for the country. So far, a total of 27 deaths have been recorded in North Korea. However, state reports said that these deaths were not due to corona, but due to fever. For two years, Corona has been wreaking havoc all over the world. Despite this, not a single corona case was confirmed in North Korea, but on May 12, the first case of corona was reported here, after which Kim Jong announced a lockdown in the country.

So in the same state report it was told that since April, 27 suspects have died. All the people who died had corona-like symptoms, although corona was not confirmed in them. According to the report, there has been very limited investigation of corona in the country. On May 13, the government had confirmed only one death from the Omicron variant in the country. And according to the KCNA news agency, in the capital Pyongyang, a large number of people started getting fever since late April. This fever spread and reached outside Pyongyang. So far, symptoms of fever have been seen in 3 lakh 50 thousand people in the country. It is not clear how many of these people have been found to be corona positive.

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He became the new President of the UAE, He has been the Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of UAE, has congratulated him.

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Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has become the new President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). According to the report of Khaleej Times, the 61-year-old leader has been appointed as the third President of the country. A meeting was held at the Al-Mushrif Palace in Abu Dhabi, chaired by the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed, in which the new president was elected. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of UAE, has congratulated him. He is known to have played a key role in developing the UAE Armed Forces for strategic planning, training and promotion of defense capability. He is the brother of Sheikh Khalifa. This decision has been taken after the death of President Sheikh Khalifa.

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passed away on Friday (May 13). Following the news of Sheikh Khalifa’s death, 40 days of national mourning has been declared in the country. During this, the national flag will remain at half-mast. All government offices and ministries will remain closed for three days. These also include the private sector.

  • After all, who is Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan?
  • Sheikh Mohammed will be the 17th Emir of Abu Dhabi.
  • The Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Military Forces.
  • His father Zayed bin Sultan appointed him as the Deputy Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in November 2003.
  • He became the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in 2004 after the death of his father.
  • He did his graduation from the British Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
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