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Episode 1980 May 3, 2022

The Catch Up: 3 May

The headlines this evening from the Indian Express.

 

TRANSCRIPT

This is the Catch Up on 3 Things for the Indian Express and I’m Damini Jaiman. 

It’s the 3rd of May and here are the headlines.

Fresh clashes have broken out again in Jodhpur’s Jalori Gate area today hours after initial bursts violence began last night between members of two communities over the hoisting and removing of a flag on a freedom fighter’s statue escalated into stone pelting and led to a few policemen getting injured, A meeting was chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today to look into the situation, following which a curfew was imposed in the area under 10 police stations in Jodhpur.

Meanwhile, to mark one year since “post-assembly poll violence” in West Bengal, the BJP yesterday held a protest rally in Kolkata to target the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Mamata Banerjee government for “unleashing a reign of terror” in West Bengal.

The Gujarat Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS), in a joint operation with Delhi Police’s Special Cell and UP Police’s Special Operations Group, seized around 155 kilograms of heroin worth over Rs 700 crore from a house in   Muzaffarnagar Uttar Pradesh yesterday. This is the latest in a series of drug busts by the ATS in Gujarat, New Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

In a press release today, researchers at IIT Mandi have stated that they have identified a drug molecule that can be used to treat diabetes. The molecule, called PK2, is able to trigger the release of insulin by the pancreas, and can potentially be used as an orally administered medicine for diabetes. 

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Denmark today on the second leg of his three-nation Europe trip during which he will hold talks with his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen and attend the 2nd India-Nordic Summit. Modi arrived in Copenhagen from Germany where he held detailed bilateral discussions with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and co-chaired the India-Germany inter-governmental consultations.

This was the Catch-up on 3 Things by The Indian Express.

 

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The Catch Up: 3 MayThe headlines this evening from the Indian Express.   TRANSCRIPT This is the Catch Up on 3 Things for the Indian Express and I'm Damini Jaiman.  It’s the 3rd of May and here are the headlines. Fresh clashes have broken out again in Jodhpur’s Jalori Gate area today hours after initial bursts violence began last night between members of two communities over the hoisting and removing of a flag on a freedom fighter’s statue escalated into stone pelting and led to a few policemen getting injured, A meeting was chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today to look into the situation, following which a curfew was imposed in the area under 10 police stations in Jodhpur. Meanwhile, to mark one year since “post-assembly poll violence” in West Bengal, the BJP yesterday held a protest rally in Kolkata to target the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Mamata Banerjee government for “unleashing a reign of terror” in West Bengal. The Gujarat Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS), in a joint operation with Delhi Police’s Special Cell and UP Police’s Special Operations Group, seized around 155 kilograms of heroin worth over Rs 700 crore from a house in   Muzaffarnagar Uttar Pradesh yesterday. This is the latest in a series of drug busts by the ATS in Gujarat, New Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. In a press release today, researchers at IIT Mandi have stated that they have identified a drug molecule that can be used to treat diabetes. The molecule, called PK2, is able to trigger the release of insulin by the pancreas, and can potentially be used as an orally administered medicine for diabetes.  Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Denmark today on the second leg of his three-nation Europe trip during which he will hold talks with his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen and attend the 2nd India-Nordic Summit. Modi arrived in Copenhagen from Germany where he held detailed bilateral discussions with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and co-chaired the India-Germany inter-governmental consultations. This was the Catch-up on 3 Things by The Indian Express.  
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