Special things were said for PM Modi in All India Minority Conclave. PM Modi was called the first secular PM of the country. President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, Tariq Ahmad welcomed PM Modi's decision on Triple Talaq. It was said in this conference that PM Modi took decisions for the country and not for any religion. Khalistan supporters created a lot of uproar in Amritsar. Along with this, Pawan Khera was arrested for making derogatory remarks on PM Modi. Although Pawan Khera got relief from the Supreme Court.
Rasmus Paludan, the head of the Danish far-right political group Hard Line, burned the Quran 250 people gathered outside the Swedish Consulate in Istanbul, where a photo of Danish anti-Islam activist Paludan was set on fire Earlier, Turkey called off the visit of Swedish Defense Minister Paul Jonson to Ankara
The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is set to begin on November 20 (Sunday) as the 32 teams are ready to give it their all in order to win the most prestigious trophy of football. The biggest football tournament will have some biggest stars participating in it in November and December 2022. However, apart from big names like Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Neymar (Brazil), Kylian Mbappe (France), Robert Lewandowski (Poland) and Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium), there are more famous faces who are set to miss the major tournament.
On its 20-year anniversary and the 50th birthday of founder, Christian von Koenigsegg, Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg has unveiled the Koenigsegg CC850 which is a reimagining of that original supercar, using modern technology including a unique dual manual and automatic gearbox and also a massive 1,185 HP output.
Putin said that Russia would respond in kind if NATO deployed troops and infrastructure in Finland and Sweden after they join the US-led military alliance "With Sweden and Finland, we don`t have the problems that we have with Ukraine. They want to join NATO, go ahead," Putin told Russian state TV "But they must understand there was no threat before, while now, if military contingents and infrastructure are deployed there, we will have to respond in kind..."
The process usually takes eight to 12 months, but NATO wants to move quickly given the threat from Russia hanging over the Nordic countries' heads Public opinion in Finland and Sweden has shifted massively in favour of membership since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 Finland and Sweden are NATO's closest partners.