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Why is Iraq working so hard on Saudi Arabia and Iran?

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Iraqi President Barham Salih and Iran’s Supreme Leader during a meeting in 2018

Is the enmity between Iran and Saudi Arabia going to be history now? Although this is fine in the form of a question, it is too early to agree with it.

But both the countries have started talks with each other. Saudi is a Sunni-ruled Islamic country while Iran is Shia-ruled. This has also been a reason in the dispute between the two countries.

According to Iran’s official news agency Irna, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Khatibzadeh has said, “We have held talks with the government of Saudi Arabia in several phases over the past few months in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. Good talks have taken place regarding bilateral relations. Good progress has been made in talks regarding the security of the Gulf.

According to Irna, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the problems and conflicts in the region can be resolved through comprehensive dialogue among themselves. He said that there is no need for any outside party to solve the problem of this area.

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  • BJP MP targets Pakistan PM Imran Khan
  • Bidhuri said – Babur’s blood in the veins of those who raised anti-national slogans
  • Demand to include the 1921 Malabar massacre in the syllabus

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BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri has given a controversial statement regarding Muslims. The BJP MP said that wherever Muslims are a minority, there is talk of human rights. At the same time, where they come to the majority, violence and bloodshed starts. BJP MP said this at an RSS event in Delhi. Bidhuri also targeted Pakistan PM Imran Khan.

According to the news of India Today, the BJP MP said that wherever the Muslim community lives in a minority, there is talk of human rights. The Prime Minister of Pakistan talks about the rights of minorities. I want to ask how the Hindu population in Pakistan has come down from 26% to 2.5%.

Targeting those who raised anti-national slogans
The BJP MP also targeted those who raised anti-national slogans. Bidhuri said that the blood of India is not running in the veins of those who raised slogans of ‘tukde tukde’ of Kerala and JNU. The blood of Babar and Aurangzeb runs in the veins of such people. Referring to Jamia and Shaheen Bagh, Ramesh Bidhuri described those who raised slogans against the country as a symbol of this mentality.

Sadhvi Pragya again gave a controversial statement, said- Kshatriyas should produce a lot of children

The incident of Malabar massacre got a place in the syllabus
In the same program, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP and chairman of the Parliament’s Standing Committee on Education, has said that the incident of the Malabar massacre in 1921 should be included in the curriculum. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe said that as the chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Education, he has been working on reviewing the syllabus for the last several months and believes that the new generation of the country should know the truth of the Malabar massacre. Complete information should be found about the great sons of India like Bhagat Singh, Rani Laxmibai.

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Stop glorifying those who massacre Hindus
In the program, BJP leader Kapil Mishra and senior RSS leader and national convener of Pragya Pravah J Nandakumar demanded that the attempt to glorify Bhagat Singh by comparing the people who massacred Hindus 100 years ago as freedom fighters should be stopped. Also, the pension being given to the families of the people who committed the genocide should be stopped. He said that in support of these demands a seminar has also been organized in Delhi on 26th September and his campaign will continue till these demands are fulfilled.
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Ipl 2021: Csk Vs Kkr Preview Playing-11 Prediction Head To Head Stats And Records Chennai Super Kings Vs Kolkata Knight Riders | Indian Premier League 2021 – Csk Vs Kkr: Chennai Super Kings will reach the playoffs for the record 11th time, Kolkata has a chance to reach the top-3

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Chennai’s team is currently at number two with seven wins and 14 points from nine matches. At the same time, Kolkata has eight points from nine matches with four wins.

Chennai Super Kings captain Dhoni and Kolkata Knight Riders captain Morgan.
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Three-time champion Chennai Super Kings and two-time champion Kolkata Knight Riders will face each other in the 38th match of IPL 2021. In this match, a tough competition can be seen between both the teams. The match will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi from 7:30 pm.

Chennai’s team is currently at number two with seven wins and 14 points from nine matches. At the same time, Kolkata has eight points from nine matches with four wins. If Chennai’s team manages to register a win against Kolkata, it will reach the playoffs for a record 11th time. If Kolkata wins, then it will enter the top three in the points table. Talking about the figures, so far there have been 26 matches between the two. In this, Chennai has won 16 and Kolkata has won nine matches. One match yielded no result. The two teams have met twice in the UAE. Of these, one has been won by KKR and one by CSK.

Both the teams have won their last two matches. Kolkata made a great start to the second phase after the first phase went bad. They first defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore and then Mumbai Indians. With these two victories, the team reached the top four. At the same time, CSK has also defeated Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the second phase. Talking about the Chennai team, young Rituraj Gaikwad is running in excellent form. He played a match winning innings of 88 not out in 58 balls against Mumbai. After this 38 runs were scored against Bangalore. It was the highest individual score by his team. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni would like Rituraj to maintain this momentum.

After failing against Mumbai, Chennai’s middle-order batsmen also performed brilliantly against Bangalore. Duplessis (31), Moeen Ali (23), Ambati Rayudu (32) and Suresh Raina (17 not out) all got off to a good start. Even in front of Kolkata’s strong bowling line-up, captain Dhoni would be expecting a great performance from the batsmen.

The CSK bowlers also seem to be in good form. Dwayne Bravo took three wickets each in two consecutive matches. At the same time, Shardul Thakur and Deepak Chahar have supported him well so far. Ravindra Jadeja and Moeen Ali will be seen handling the spin department.

On the other hand, Kolkata Knight Riders made a great start to the second phase after struggling in the first phase. They first defeated Bangalore by nine wickets and then Mumbai by seven wickets. Young Venkatesh Iyer has batted brilliantly for Kolkata and has turned the match single-handedly. He scored an unbeaten 41 in 27 balls against RCB, while 53 runs in 30 balls against Mumbai. Shubman Gill is also in good form. He scored 48 runs in 34 balls against RCB and 13 runs against Mumbai. Rahul Tripathi scored an unbeaten 74 off 42 balls in the last match. The matter of concern for Kolkata is the form of captain Eoin Morgan. He has scored 99 runs in nine matches so far this season.

Among the bowlers, Varun Chakravarthy, star all-rounder Andre Russell, Lockie Ferguson, Sunil Narine and Pramukh Krishna have bowled well and troubled the front. Bangalore were bundled out for 92 by KKR bowlers, while Mumbai’s team could only score 155 runs. The Knight Riders would like to repeat the performance of 2014, when they won nine matches in a row.
Chennai Super Kings: Faf du Plessis, Rituraj Gaikwad, Moeen Ali, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni (captain), Ravindra Jadeja, Dwayne Bravo, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Josh Hazlewood.

Kolkata Knight Riders: Venkatesh Iyer, Shubman Gill, Rahul Tripathi, Nitish Rana, Eoin Morgan, Dinesh Karthik, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Lockie Ferguson, Varun Chakraborty, Famous Krishna.

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Three-time champion Chennai Super Kings and two-time champion Kolkata Knight Riders will face each other in the 38th match of IPL 2021. In this match, a tough competition can be seen between both the teams. The match will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi from 7:30 PM.

Chennai’s team is currently at number two with seven wins and 14 points from nine matches. At the same time, Kolkata has eight points from nine matches with four wins. If Chennai’s team manages to register a win against Kolkata, it will reach the playoffs for a record 11th time. If Kolkata wins, it will be entered in the top three in the points table.

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Millions of doses of Kovid vaccine are feared to be wasted due to rich countries

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The imbalance in the worldwide vaccine supply data presents a frightening reality. More than half of the world’s population (countries) have not yet received a single dose of the vaccine.

According to Human Rights Watch, only ten countries have 75% of the stock of Kovid vaccine worldwide. At the same time, according to the calculations of The Economist’s Intelligence Unit, more than half of the total vaccine stock produced worldwide has reached 15 percent of the world’s population.

The richest countries in the world have vaccinated a hundred times more than the poorest countries. In June this year, the G-7 countries – Canada, France, Germany, Britain, America, Italy and Japan – pledged to give one billion doses to the world’s poorest countries within the next one year.

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