Connect with us


Rajasthan Political Crisis: Ashok Gehlot Speaks to PM Narendra Modi About ‘Behaviour’ of Governor Kalraj Mishra

Amid the political crisis in Rajasthan, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the conduct of state governor Kalraj Mishra.



Ashok Gehlot Speaks to PM Narendra Modi

Jaipur, July 27:  Amid the political crisis in Rajasthan, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the conduct of state governor Kalraj Mishra. Speaking to reporters, Ashok Gehlot said, “I spoke with him regarding the letter I had written to him seven days back.” The chief minister also stated that he would also petition President Ram Nath Kovind and inform him about the situation in the state, reported Hindustan Times.

Notably, on July 27, Mishra returned the file sent by the state government which requested him to allow the special assembly session in the state. It was the second time in a week, when the Congress government in the state sent a file to the Governor to get approval on its proposal to call a special assembly session quoting COVID as reasons for discussion.

Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court allowed the Rajasthan Assembly Speaker CP Joshi to withdraw his appeal against the high court’s order. The Rajasthan HC had asked Joshi to defer the disqualification proceedings against sacked deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot and 18 rebel Congress MLAs till July 24.

Kapil Sibal, Rajasthan Speaker’s counsel, told SC that Rajasthan HC passed a fresh order on July 24 which raised several other issues including interpretation of 10th Schedule. According to an ANI update, Sibal added that they’ll weigh legal options and said that Friday’s High Court order might be challenged.

Charles recently joined the team, and he writes for the Headline column of the website. He has done major in English, and a having a diploma in Journalism. He has worked for more than 1.5 years in a media house. Now, he joined our team as a contributor for covering the latest US headlines. He is smart both by him looks and nature. He is very good with everyone in the team.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Polling shows Mr. Trump still holds a firm grip on the Republican Party’s base. A Suffolk University/USA Today poll published earlier this week found nearly 6 in 10 Trump supporters said



A $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, the first major legislation of President Joe Biden’s term, passed the U.S. House along party lines early Saturday morning.

The legislation includes stimulus checks of $1,400 for individuals making up to $75,000 and $2,800 for couples making up to $150,000, plus $1,400 for each dependent. Along with December’s $600 payments, that fulfilled the Democrats’ promise of providing $2,000 to most Americans still trying to recover from the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic downturn.

Those payments would phase out for individuals earning from $75,000 to $100,000 and for couples earning from $150,000 to $200,000.

The bill passed almost entirely along party lines, 219-212. All but one Democrat voted yes and every Republican voted no. All 10 New Jersey House Democrats voted yes, and the state’s two Republicans voted no.

It now goes to the U.S. Senate, where it needs only 50 senators plus Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote, under a parliamentary process known as reconciliation. Biden has promised to sign the bill.

“The American Rescue Plan would help millions of people who are struggling in every community in our nation as a result of the pandemic,” Rep. Albio Sires, D-8th Dist., a member of the House Budget Committee, said during debate on the bill.

“It sends direct aid to those who need it most, boosts vaccination efforts, provides lifelines for small businesses, helps kids get back to school safety, and much more.”

Rep. Chris Smith, R-4th Dist., objected to the legislation in a floor speech, saying it did not prevent taxpayer financing of abortions.

“Unborn babies,” Smith said, “need the president of the U.S. and members of Congress to be their friend and advocate, not their adversary.”

Lawmakers of both parties came together last year to enact the $2 trillion CARES Act in March with $1,200 payments, $484 billion in April for small businesses and health care providers, and $900 billion in December with $600 checks.

But every House GOP member but one opposed a $3 trillion stimulus bill in May and all voted no on a $2 trillion proposal in September, both of which passed the chamber but weren’t considered by the then-Senate Republican majority.

Richard Grenell, a top ally of former President Donald Trump, strongly hinted at a run for California governor in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday morning.

In his CPAC address, the former U.S. ambassador to Germany and acting director of national intelligence railed on California and said he has “never seen a better case for a recall” than the bid to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom.

“And of course, if a public official is still failing to deliver on their promises, and if you can’t limit their term or recall them in time, there’s always one other option: you can run against them yourself,” Grenell said to close his speech.

POLITICO has previously reported that Grenell has been prepping for a run for governor in the deep blue state, which Trump lost by more than 29 percentage points in 2020. A GOP strategist who has discussed Grenell’s plans with him said he planned to announce a run after the recall effort reaches the signature threshold for the ballot.

Grenell told POLITICO that “it isn’t true” he had begun interviewing potential aides and was readying to announce a run if the effort to get the recall on the ballot succeeds, and was non-committal when asked about a potential run in a Newsmax interview.

“California used to be Reagan country. The shining example of business innovation and middle class success,” Grenell said. “But now when you think of California, you think of out of control wildfires, of rolling blackouts, of schools still closed, of shuttered businesses.”

Newsom has gone on the defensive as the bid to recall him has gained steam, holding campaign-esque events as critics lambast him for the state’s coronavirus restrictions. The Republican National Committee has put hundreds of thousands of dollars into the bid.

On Saturday, Grenell got the apparent backing of Mercedes Schlapp of the American Conservative Union Foundation, who was moderating the next panel discussion.

“How wonderful was Ric Grenell? I don’t know, I think he’d make a great governor of California,” said Schlapp, a former Trump aide and the wife of ACU chair Matt Schlapp.

This time, Republicans complained that the legislation would increase the federal deficit by $1.9 trillion just four years after they approved a tax law that grew the deficit by the same amount, according to the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of both bills’ 10-year impact.

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: Live map tracker | Newsletter | Homepage

Congress plans to pass a final bill by March 14, the day the current extended federal unemployment insurance benefits end. The legislation extends the benefits to late August and provides an extra $400 a week to claimants, up from the current $300.

The House bill includes $350 billion in long-sought federal aid to states and localities to help cover added expenses and decreased revenues due to the pandemic. According to an updated estimate from the House Oversight Committee, New Jersey and its municipalities would receive an estimated $10 billion, with $6.5 billion going to the state and $3.5 billion to local governments.

Nobody knows Jersey politics like Add your email now and don’t miss a story.

“I rise in strong support of the bill and of the 1.4 million first responders, teachers, transit workers, sanitation workers and other public servants already laid off from state and local governments across this nation,” said Oversight Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y. “We must act before more people lose their jobs and more lifesaving programs are cut.”

Republican refusal to provide such aid, a top Democratic priority, prevented passage of a stimulus bill before the 2020 elections.

While Texas would be the second-biggest recipient of federal assistance, one of its Republican representatives, Jodey Arrington, insisted the funding was a “windfall to states who were mismanaged and broke before COVID.”

There also would be $130 billion to help schools reopen, $25 billion to help restaurants, $1.5 billion for Amtrak, and $28 billion for public transportation systems such as NJ Transit, where ridership and revenue are down.

The bill would provide money to distribute and administer the vaccines, to convince people to be vaccinated to test and trace Americans for the virus, and to increase health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.

Donald Trump’s presidency is over and his Twitter feed silenced, but at the first major conservative gathering of the year, the message is clear: Mr. Trump is here to stay.

Elected officials and activists who spoke on the first day of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Florida this year, focused on COVID-19 restrictions, the so-called cancel culture, how the 2020 election was administered and the threats they see from Democratic policies. While there was barely any mention of the attack at the Capitol last month, speakers railed against the “liberal mob” and riots over the summer.

The conference doesn’t feature open critics of the former president, so praise for Mr. Trump, who still has the support of most GOP voters, was a theme of the opening day.

“There are a whole lot of voices in Washington that want to just erase the last four years,” Texas Senator Ted Cruz told the crowd. “Let me tell you right now: Donald J. Trump ain’t going anywhere.”

Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton told a story about an immigrant attributing his economic success to the former president, and celebrated Mr. Trump ability to attract Latino voters in the 2020 election.

And Missouri Senator Josh Hawley received a standing ovation when he told the crowd of his objection to the election results on January 6. He blasted Twitter for banning Trump, and ended his speech with: “America now, America first, America forever.”

Trending News
Senate Democrats move immediately to “Plan B” on minimum wage
At CPAC, rising GOP stars send message that Trump is here to stay
Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill passes House, but faces Senate hurdle
Biden urges quick action on COVID relief package: “We have no time to waste”
Many speakers urged the Republican Party against a return to its pre-Trump origins and criticized some of the policies past GOP leaders have pushed.

“We will not win the future by trying to go back to where the Republican Party used to be,” said Florida Senator Rick Scott, who also chairs the Senate Republicans’ campaign operation. “If we do, we will lose the working base that President Trump so animated. We’re going to lose elections across the country and ultimately we’re going to lose our nation.”

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is up for reelection in 2022, set his own mark for conservatives going forward, saying the party rejects open borders, “weakness” against China and “military adventurism.”

“We will not go back to the days of the failed Republican establishment of yesteryear,” he said. “Hold the line, stand your ground, and don’t ever, ever back down.”

Hawley told the people attending CPAC that they “represent what’s coming next.”

“To the people who say to us, ‘Oh, you’re the past. Your moment has passed, it’s over. It’s Joe Biden’s America now,'” he said. “I just want to say, ‘we’re not the past. We’re the future,'” he said.

At the event, Hawley wore the widespread criticism of his objection to the counting of Electoral College votes on January 6 as a badge of honor.

“I was called a traitor, I was called a seditionist,” he said of the reaction to his vote. “I’m not going anywhere. I’m standing right here. I’m going to stand up for you, because if we can’t have free and open debate in this country, we’re not going to have a country left.” His phrasing echoed a remark made by Mr. Trump to his supporters that day: “If you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.”

Nearly a dozen speakers at the event have been mentioned as possible 2024 presidential candidates. “For a second there, I thought we were in Des Moines,” Cruz quipped about the speaking lineup.

Cotton, among the likely White House hopefuls, suggested Republicans might not be running against Biden in four years. “They want to give amnesty to 15 to 20 million illegal aliens. With no strings attached, with voting rights —presumably in time for what they hope will be Kamala Harris’ reelection campaign,” he said.

But as a roster of Republicans compete to boost their profiles, it is Mr. Trump who is the marquee speaker, set to make his first public remarks since leaving office at the conference on Sunday.

Mr. Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., joked that the conference should be called “TPAC” because of the support the former president has among the audience. He offered a brief preview of his father’s speech, telling the crowd, “I imagine it will not be what we call a ‘low-energy’ speech. And I assure you that it will solidify Donald Trump and all of your feelings about the MAGA Movement as the future of the Republican Party.”

Polling shows Mr. Trump still holds a firm grip on the Republican Party’s base. A Suffolk University/USA Today poll published earlier this week found nearly 6 in 10 Trump supporters said they’d like to see him run for president again in 2024 and 76% said they’d vote for him if he sought the Republican nomination.

Saturday’s notable speakers include Florida Senator Marco Rubio, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, who have been floated as potential 2024 presidential candidates.

“President Biden has set forth a national plan to crush the virus,” said House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Frank Pallone Jr., D-6th Dist., on the House floor. “With this bill, Congress is providing the president with the resources and the tools to implement a national plan that was sorely lacking under President Trump.”

The legislation also would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, matching New Jersey’s. But unlike the state, the federal provision would require tipped workers such as restaurant workers and bartenders to be paid $15 an hour, not including gratuities.

But Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ruled that the wage increase could not be included in the Senate version of the legislation under reconciliation, leaving Democrats to find an alternative that would pass muster.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday that Biden still supported the $15 an hour minimum wage and wanted to see it enacted.

“I will tell you that we are committed to finding the best path forward to increasing the minimum wage, and that will require a number of conversations with leaders in Congress and members who are committed to this issue moving forward,” Psaki said at her daily press briefing.

Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said they would try to get the wage hike into the stimulus bill some other way, perhaps through tax incentives and penalties.

“We couldn’t get in the front door or the back door, so we’ll try to go in through the window,” Wyden said.

Continue Reading


McWilliams Arroyo vs Abraham Rodriguez Live stream interim WBC title fight official:how to watch the fight from anywhere




Click here to Watch Live

Tonight’s Canero Alvarez v Avni Jurdilim’s tentative joint main is no longer tentative. Abraham “Choco” Rodriguez arrived in Miami and set flyweight restrictions last night, allowing him to fight McWilliams Arroyo for a provisional WBC flyweight title after Julio Cesar Martinez’s withdrawal.

The 26-year-old Rodriguez (27-2, 13 KO) fighting from Tijuana usually spends time in either the minimum or light flyweight division. He is ranked 4th at 108 by the IBF. This, in theory, would allow the final eliminator to play against Felix Alvarado, with the top two spots empty, 15th and 3rd in the WBC and WBO’s £ 105 ranking. ,Respectively.
Canero vs. Jurdilim

How to watch McWilliams Arroyo vs Abraham Rodriguez Live stream interim WBC

Date: Saturday, February 27 | Time to start: 7:00 pm ET
Location: Hard Rock Stadium-Miami Gardens, Florida
Streaming: DAZN
Online coverage: Online TV Channel

McWilliams Arroyo vs Abraham Rodriguez preview

Obviously not as attractive as Martinez, he is the best opponent you can expect from a two-day notice, and Arroyo (20-4, 15 KO) will return to the ring for the first time in 14 months. I will buy it.

The tentative co-main for Canelo Alvarez vs. Avni YIldirim tonight is no longer tentative. Abraham “Choko” Rodriguez successfully arrived in Miami and made the flyweight limit last night, clearing him to fight McWilliams Arroyo for the interim WBC flyweight title after Julio Cesar Martinez’s withdrawal.

Full Card

McWilliams Arroyo vs. Abraham Rodriguez, 12 rounds, for the WBC flyweight interim title

Zhilei Zhang vs. Jerry Forrest, 10 rounds, heavyweights

Diego Pacheco vs. Rodolfo Gomez Jr., 8 rounds, super middleweights

Alexis Espino vs. Ashton Sykes, 6 rounds, super middleweights

Marc Castro vs. Raul Corona, 4 rounds, junior lightweights

Aaron Aponte vs. Harry Gigliotti, 4 rounds, junior welterweights

Keyshawn Davis vs. Lester Brown, 4 rounds, lightweights

mcwilliams arroyo vs abraham rodriguez live stream

How to Watch Canelo vs Yildirim

Date: Saturday, Feb. 27 | Start Time: 7:00 pm ET
Location: Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, FL
Streaming: DAZN
Online Coverage: Online TV Channel

He’s challenged for a world title once before, succumbing to the power of Angel Acosta in just four minutes back in 2018.

While obviously a less appealing opponent than Martinez, he’s about the best you could expect on two days’ notice, and it gets Arroyo (20-4, 15 KO) back in the ring for the first time in 14 months. I’ll take it.

McWilliams Arroyo profile

What is McWilliams Arroyo’s Record?

McWilliams Arroyo’s record currently stands at 20 wins, 4 loses and 0 draws. Of those 20 wins he’s stopped 15 of his opponents, so his current knock-out ratio is 75%. Despite his 4 loses, he’s never been stopped. He’s boxed a total of 135 rounds, meaning his professional fights last 5.6 rounds on average.

What was Arroyo’s last fight?

McWilliams Arroyo’s last fight took place against Kazuto Ioka’s on 8th Sep 2018, in Inglewood, United States. He lost by unanimous decision in the 10th round. That fight was 2 years and 5 months ago.

How active is McWilliams Arroyo?

Arroyo’s last 5 fights have come over a period of 6 years, 5 months and 17 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 1 year, 3 months and 17 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 47 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 9.4 rounds on average.

Where is McWilliams Arroyo From?

Arroyo was born in Puerto Rico.

How Old Is McWilliams Arroyo?

The super flyweight is currently 35 years old. He was born on 5th December 1985, so he will turn 36 in 9 months and 8 days.

How long has Arroyo been fighting?

McWilliams Arroyo made his professional debut in February 2010, so he has been a pro for 11 years.

How good is McWilliams Arroyo?

Arroyo is currently ranked 10th by the The Ring and 1st by the WBC at Flyweight.

How tall is McWilliams Arroyo?

Arroyo is 5′ 4″ (5 Foot and 4 inches) which is 163cm (1 meter and 63 centimeters).

What is Arroyo’s Reach?

His reach is 64.2 inches (64.2″) which is 163 cm (1 meter and 63 centimeters).

What stance does McWilliams Arroyo use?

Arroyo fights from a traditional orthodox stance, which means he favours his right hand as his power hand when fighting.

What are some potential opponents for McWilliams Arroyo?

Some potential future fights for Arroyo include Unified Super Flyweight Champion Juan Francisco Estrada.

What will be McWilliams Arroyo’s Next Fight?

McWilliams Arroyo is to face Abraham Rodriguez next on Saturday 27th February 2021. The fight will take place at Hard Rock Stadium, Florida, United States. The fight will be shown on DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States.

How can I stream McWilliams Arroyo’s Fights?

In the UK you stream Arroyo’s fight against Rodriguez on DAZN UK.

Arroyo vs Abraham live stream: how to watch the fight online with DAZN from anywhere

Streaming service DAZN (pronounced ‘Da Zone’) has the rights to show the Arroyo vs Abraham fight in over 200 countries, including, the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Coverage of the main card starts at 7pm ET/ 4pm PT in the US and Canada, 12am GMT in the UK, and 11am AEDT in Australia on the streaming service.

The headline act is expected to start around 11pm ET / 8pm PT on Saturday night in the US, 4am GMT in the UK on Sunday morning and 3pm AEDT in Australia on Sunday afternoon – though this of course depends on how long the earlier fights last.

A DAZN contract in the US will set you back $19.99 per month, or $99.99 for the year. Big cable providers including Comcast, Charter, Cox, Optimum, Verizon, DirecTV and ATT are also offering the fight on PPV for $49.99, but that’s a far more expensive option.

DAZN Canada is priced similarly at $19.99 per month, however a 12-month subscription comes in at $150. It’s one of the few places that offers a FREE DAZN trial, though

And a DAZN subscription is currently dirt-cheap in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.

In the UK, it’s priced at an ultra-affordable £1.99 a month, while it’s available for a discount initial price of $2.99 a month in both Australia and New Zealand.

Out of the country? DAZN subscribers who find themselves abroad for the fight will find they can access their accunt just like they would at home – wherever you are in the world, all you need is the help of a good VPN.

However, those looking to subscribe to DAZN for the first time may find the service manages to effectively block certain VPNs at the point of creating an account. VPNs most notably encounter obstacles starting from scratch with DAZN Canada, though in other places like the US our general sports VPN recommendation was working fine in 2021.

And if you’ve already got an account, a VPN should work wherever you are to help you regain access to pre-existing subscriptions.

How to watch Arroyo vs Abraham if you’re away from your country

If you’re abroad and discover that your usual coverage is geo-blocked, then the only alternative that we know is to use a VPN to dial in to a country that is showing the fight – though note the caveats above.

The software is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address and appear to be in a completely different location – and all through a safe, encrypted connection. Here’s how to get started.

Use a VPN to live stream Arroyo vs Abraham anywhere

ExpressVPN is the world’s top VPN
We’ve tested all of the major VPN services and we rate ExpressVPN as the absolute best. It’s compatible with loads of devices including iOS, Android, Amazon Fire Stick, PlayStation, Apple TV and such, and we found it secure, speedy and simple-to-use.

Another great perk is the fact that it comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and 3-months FREE, so you can see if it’s right for you with no strings attached.

Once you’ve downloaded the software, just follow the prompts to install it then select the location you want to relocate your IP address to – it really is that easy.

  • Try ExpressVPN 100% risk-free for 30 days

Remember, there are loads of benefits to using a VPN beyond just helping you regain access to streaming services and content from abroad. One of the biggest is security: by using encrypted tunnels, VPNs give you a robust first-line of defense against cybercriminals and government snooping. This makes everyday tasks like online shopping and banking much safer, and many people choose to use one for that reason alone.


What is DAZN? All about the sports streaming service

Pronounced ‘Da Zone’, DAZN is a sports-centric streaming service that launched in 2016 and is now available in over 200 countries all around the world including the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

Its offering varies by region, but as an idea, it owns the rights to the Premier League, Champions League, NFL, cricket, snooker, rugby union and more in Canada – one of its original and biggest markets.

It’s also seeking to challenge the pay-per-view boxing hierarchy, and is landing an increasing number of coups.

The price of DAZN also varies depending on where you are in the world but is generally competitive – in newer markets like the UK, an introductory offer is still running that has it available for just £1.99 a month, while in more established markets like Canada it costs CAD$20 a month. It also offers a FREE trial in some areas and works with pretty much any modern device imaginable.

It’s a great all-round offering, with the only real drawback being that it doesn’t play overly nice with VPNs in all territories. As we’ve said, Canadians abroad will find they can’t sign up for DAZN even with the help of a Virtual Private Network – though existing account holders (with or without a subscription) will find they can access the service fine.

It’s not universally the case, either, as our latest testing reveals DAZN US is accessible using a VPN across the board.

Big Boxing!! Canelo Alvarez vs Avni Yildirim Live stream free

Stream Verzuz Battle Watch D’Angelo vs Friends live Online

Continue Reading


ERAMN Plans Virtual Press Conference On International Women’s Day



In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021, ERA Minnesota ( will roll-out its legislative agenda and plan action for the final push to make the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) the 28th Amendment to the US Constitution and to add an ERA into the Minnesota Constitution, through a VIRTUAL PRESS CONFERENCE on Monday, March 8, 2021.

“Minnesota is way behind on adding an ERA into our state constitution: 26 states in the Union already have state ERA’s, but not us,” said Heather Allison, President of ERA Minnesota. “Valuing gender equality is a cornerstone to a thriving economy. You don’t drive a car on two wheels; why hamstring our economy by allowing major roadblocks of pay inequity, pregnancy discrimination and sexual violence to negatively impact half our state population?”

“The Equal Rights Amendment has now met all the constitutional requirements to become the 28th Amendment to the US Constitution,” said Betty Folliard, Founder of ERAMN. “We demand action on equality in America and equality is spelled: ERA”.

There will be a brief presentation, then a Q & A session for the press/media.

WHAT: ERA Minnesota Virtual Press Conference announcing the roll-out of state and National EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENTlegislation.WHEN: International Women’s Day, Monday March 8th

TIME: 9:30-10 AMWHERE: Virtual Press Conference via Zoom can be accessed here:

Meeting ID: 895 6559 8573
Passcode: 921197
Or dial by your location
+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Continue Reading


Recent Posts