1.India releases 470 million Nepali rupees for Nepal road project in Nepal :-
Government of India has released a grant of 470 million Nepalese rupees for the Terai road project in Nepal. In Nepal, Indian Ambassador Manoj Singh Puri provided check in Kathmandu to the Madhusudan Officer , Nepal’s Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Transport .
Under the post highway project, funds have been released to maintain the fund liquidity for the construction of 14 road packages. With this payment , post highway project under the 14 package that applies to the Indian government released Rs 2.35 billion Nepali 8 billion Nepali total grant assistance of Rs made for.
2.Major Aditya and Shaheed Rifle Man Aurangzeb’s Shaurya Chakra :-
On the occasion of Independence Day, bravery award will be given to 18 Army and paramilitary forces, including Rifleman Aurangzeb and Major Aditya Kumar . This award will be posthumously given to Aurangzeb, who was going home to celebrate Eid in June this year, that the terrorists kidnapped him and murdered him in Pulwama district. Apart from this, Sep Bramhpal Singh will be honored with posthumous Kirti Chakra.
President Ramnath Kovind gave the approval of 93 Martyr Sena Medals , 11 Martyr Naval Medals on the eve of Independence Day .
He also approved the Group Captain Abhishek Sharma , Squadron Leader Vernan Desmond Keane and Surgeon Sashidhar P Prasad for Air Force Medal.
3.Australia decides to restore child adoption process from India :-
Australia has decided to restore the process of adoption of children from India under the provisions of the Hague Treaty. Following reports that some registered Indian agencies working to adopt children in other countries were involved in smuggling of children, the Australian government had banned eight years ago on the process of adoption of children from India.
The Indian government has issued a notification for adoption of the Adolescent Juvenile Justice 2015 and the notification of adoption 2017 has made the process of adopting children in other countries hard. In order to restore the adoption process for children, the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) and the Ministry of Women and Child Development have been continuously interacting with the Australian Government. With the adoption process restored, many people willing to adopt children, including the destitute couple of Indian origin settled in Australia, will be able to fulfill their desire to adopt children from India.
4.Chhattisgarh Governor Bal Ramadoss Tandon dies :-
Chhattisgarh Governor Bal Ramadas Tadan died on Tuesday. He was 91 years old. He was a doctor of Raipur. R. The last breath in Ambedkar Memorial Hospital. He was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday after heart attack. The state government has announced a seven-day state mourning on his death.
5.Inflation rate was 5.09 percent in July due to lower prices of food items :-
Inflation based on wholesale price index rose to five point nine percent in July. It was five point seven-seven percent in June. The rate of inflation has decreased due to food and food items, especially fruits and vegetables being cheaper.
6.Piyush Goyal participates in Indo-US Round Table Discussion :-
Central Railway, Coal, Finance and Company Affairs Minister Piyush Goyal Railway Board Chairman Ashwini Lohani, other members of the Railway Board and senior officials participated in the India-US Round Table Discussion. A high-level delegation of US major companies working in the field of rail construction, maintenance and information technology held a round table discussion in the Ministry of Railways on Monday. The US delegation was made up of 13 companies under the leadership of US Ambassador Kenneth I. Jester in India.
Mr. Goyal told the American delegation that Make in India will manufacture many competitive products in India. It will also provide them a platform for the global market.
The US Ambassador expressed his heartfelt thanks to the Railway Minister Mr. Piyush Goyal for taking urgent action on the request of American technology companies working in the field of rail transport to give a platform to demonstrate their expertise.
7.Romesh Pawar, the main coach of the Indian women’s cricket team :-
Former Test spin bowler Romesh Pawar has been appointed as the Chief Coach of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team. The Board of Control for Cricket in India issued a statement on Tuesday and informed about this. Pawar will be the coach of the team till November 30, 2018. He was the interim coach of the team after former coach Tarun Aroot, and now he has been given the responsibility of the team entirely.
8.Australia will take help of soldiers for Olymoics gold :-
Military players will help Australian players better perform under pressure in the Tokyo Olympics exercise to win more medals in 2020.
Australia won 29 medals, including eight gold at the Rio Olympics and remained at the tenth position, which is its worst performance in 24 years.
To return to victory, the soldiers will be in the role of mentor from eight to eight players from November. The agreement between the Army and the Australian Sports Institute was signed today.
AIS director Peter Conde said that many Australians in the Rio Olympics were between fourth and eighth positions.
He said, “We are taking the help of the army to turn it into medals and for the best performance in the Olympics situation.”
9.Captain Wadekar dies before winning three consecutive Test series :-
Former Indian cricket captain Ajit Wadekar died on Wednesday night at Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai. He was 77 years old. He was battling cancer for a long time. In the captaincy of Wadekar, India had won a Test match for the first time in England and the West Indies and the first Test series. During the captaincy of Mohammad Azharuddin, Wadekar had also served as the manager of the Indian team. He later became the chief selector too. In his family, there are two sons and a daughter besides wife Rekha.