So, without further ado, here are the most important stories of the month. We have selected the most important news articles and coverage from a diverse variety of sources. Check out the following things that have been going on in the background that you may have missed:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Visits US  

Prime Minister Modi was welcomed by President Joe Biden at the White House on his visit to the United States, with whom he had a bilateral meeting. This was their first face-to-face encounter since Biden took office as President of the United States on January 20. Prime Minister Modi also met with Vice President Kamala Harris and the CEOs of numerous American businesses in bilateral talks. On the margins of the first in-person Quad summit since the Covid-19 epidemic, he met and had bilateral talks with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. Prime Minister Modi suggested a single international travel policy based on reciprocal acceptance of the Covid-19 immunization certificate during the meeting.

Three Gangsters Killed in Delhi High Court Shootout Case  

A criminal on the Delhi Police’s most wanted list was shot and killed by two shooters disguised as attorneys as he was being brought before a court in the Indian capital. The attackers were shot and killed by police officers who were accompanying the mobster to the hospital. During the incident, which occurred at 1:15 pm at the Rohini court, police presented Jitender Gogi, the gangster, before additional sessions judge Gagandeep Singh. Gogi, who was detained in April, was protected by a large escort squad since he was considered a very-high-risk undertrial. Two teams from the special cell, as well as officers from the Delhi Armed Police, were present in the room at the time. An increased level of caution was used by the police since a member of a rival mafia, Sunil Tajpuria, was also scheduled to be hauled in for questioning. 

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China Cracks Down Over Crypto Trading  

Cryptocurrencies saw their value plummet on Friday as China stepped up its assault on “illegal” cryptocurrency activities, threatening to root it out completely. In a coordinated effort, Chinese authorities prohibited the trading of cryptocurrencies and the mining of cryptocurrencies, restricted financial institutions and internet companies from supporting their trade, and even prohibited foreign exchanges from offering services to Chinese investors. Chinese authorities will “resolutely crackdown on virtual currency speculation, as well as associated financial operations and misbehavior,” the central bank said. “This is necessary to protect people’s property and preserve economic, financial, and social order,” it added.

60K History Made At the Sensex  

In early trading on Friday, the BSE Sensex crossed the 60,000 marks for the first time in history, marking a momentous milestone for the country (ending the day at 60,048). Its NSE counterpart, the Nifty 50, too seemed to be on the verge of crossing the 18,000 marks but ended up closing at 17,853 after reaching a new all-time high of 17,948. It only took 167 trading sessions for the index to go from 50,000 points to 60,000 points, which is the quickest rate ever recorded for a 10,000-point increase on the index, according to the index’s history. Prior to this, a 10,000-point change in the index had taken an average of 931 trading sessions to complete. In only six trading sessions, the last 1,000 points were added to the total.

Right To Increase Juvenility At Any Time: SC  

Supreme Court says the ability to raise juvenility claims at any time should be reviewed. It was decided in 2012 that “a claim for juvenility may be made at any point, even after the case has been finalized.” An assertion of juvenility cannot be rejected because it was delayed. According to Section 9(2) of the Juvenile Justice (Protection and Welfare of Children) Act, if a claim of juvenility is made, the court must investigate and gather evidence.