GoPlus: Top News of the Day
11th September - Watch GoPlus: Top News of the Day with Rupali Tewari
- Former Andhra Pradesh CM N. Chandrababu Naidu & his son went on a 12 hour hunger strike after both of them were put under house arrest at their Undavalli bungalow and TDP leaders were stopped from meeting them
- Congress leader Pramod Tiwari says 'No matter how big the crime or the criminal is, once he takes to saffron, all his sins are washed away'
- Courtroom at AIIMS as judge takes Unnao victim’s statement
- Congress leader & former Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam says Urmila Matondkar should rethink her decision of quitting the party and accuses Milind Deora of not paying heed to the complaint letter sent by Matondkar after the elections in which she mentioned few people who were campaigning against her
- India rebutted Pakistan’s charges of alleged human rights violations and brutality in Kashmir. Vimarsh Aryan, first secretary in India’s permanent mission to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, said Pakistan’s version was “an ill-disguised effort to advance its territorial ambitions".
- On the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attack, the US embassy in Kabul was attacked at midnight. This is the first major attack in Afghanistan since Trump called off the talks with the Taliban.
- US President Donald Trump fires his National Security Advisor John Bolton after alleged differences and disagreements on Iran, Afghanistan and other global issues. "I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration," Trump tweeted.
- Around 60 people have died till now during this monsoon in Uttarakhand and the state faced a loss of Rs 221 crores. In the last 10 years, 4000 people have lost their lives due to natural disasters.
- Pakistan's Science and Technology Minister, Fawad Chaudhry, tweets saying Indian is pressurizing Sri Lankan players to back out from the Pak Tour. This claim was scrapped by Sir Lankan Sports Minister Harin Fernando.
- A new KPMG report states cheaper internet plans and increasing OTT platforms in India are boosting growth in the online video market. The country will have around 500 million online video subscribers by 2023, making the country the second-biggest online video market in the world after China. At present, India's online video market has around 300 million users.