Thursday evening news brief, October 12, 2023 – Times of India

PM Modi and Putin are likely to meet this year.

Discussions are underway between Russia and India regarding a potential meeting this year between President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to Pavan Kapoor, India’s ambassador to Moscow, “There are high-level discussions going on.”
A preliminary probe in the North East Express train found that track fault can be the cause of derailment.

Hours after the tragic train incident in which four passengers were killed and over 60 others sustained injuries, an initial probe conducted by a seven-member team has determined that the derailment resulted from a track fault for which the engineering department is responsible.
Canadian Speaker will not attend the G20’s parliamentary speakers’ summit in India this week.

Canada’s Senate speaker, Raymonde Gagne, will not be attending a parliamentary speakers’ summit in India due to tense diplomatic relations between the two countries. The reason for Gagne’s non-attendance has not been disclosed. It is unclear if Canada will have any representation at the event.
Israeli PM Benyamin Netanyahu met US State Secretary Antony Blinken and said that like ISIS, Hamas will also be crushed.

Israeli PM Benyamin Netanyahu met visiting US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and said, “Just as ISIS was crushed, so too will Hamas be crushed. And Hamas should be treated exactly the way ISIS was treated,”
Ministry of External Affairs said that no Indians were killed in Israel so far.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that the first charter flight, part of its Operation Ajay, will be reaching Tel Aviv later tonight to pick up the Indians and is likely to return to India tomorrow morning. The ministry added that it hasn’t heard of any Indian casualty so far.


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