Kargil International Marathon organized

0
41

1. India surpasses China to become Sri Lanka’s largest bilateral lender

India has become the largest bilateral lender to Sri Lanka . It has left China behind in this matter . India has extended a loan of 96 crore 8 million US dollars to Sri Lanka in the four months of 2022. China was the largest bilateral lender to Sri Lanka for the last five years during 2017-2021. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj said that India has provided about four billion dollars in food and financial assistance to Sri Lanka. On 22nd of last month, India sent 21,000 tonnes of fertilizers to the troubled Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is going through a serious economic crisis these days. A large number of people are facing shortage of food and fuel.

2. Arrangement of the Supreme Court – The decision given by the majority of the larger bench than the unanimous decision of the smaller bench is valid

The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has ruled that only the decision given by the judges of the larger bench on the basis of majority will prevail . The Court is of the view that the decision of a seven-judge bench by a majority of four-three will prevail as against the unanimous decision of the five-judge bench. The Supreme Court’s Constitution Bench of Justices Indra Banerjee, Hemant Gupta, Surya Kant, MM Sundresh and Sundhashu Dhulia delivered this judgment in Trimurti Fragrances Pvt Ltd case.

3. A state level institute will be set up like NITI Aayog in Maharashtra

A state-level institution will be set up like NITI Aayog in Maharashtra . This will help in bringing about significant changes in sectors like agriculture, health, education, employment, environment . The CEO of NITI Aayog and other experts made a presentation. This presentation was related to the assistance given by NITI Aayog to Maharashtra to bring change in various sectors. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and other senior officials were present on the occasion.

4. Web-portal launched for grievances of common people in Imphal

Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh launched a web-portal in Imphal for redressal of grievances of common people . The name of this web-portal is ‘ CM Da Haisi ‘. general public w w w dot cm da haci dot gov.inYou can register your complaint in the web-portal by logging in. Complainants can also check the status of their complaints. The Public Grievance Redressal and Anti-Corruption Cell located at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat will redress the grievances of the public in a stipulated time through this portal. The cell will make available the actionable complaints to the State Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department. It will be sent to the concerned departments for further inquiry and investigation. A total of 134 complaints have been received by the Public Grievance Redressal and Anti-Corruption Cell since March 2022, out of which 85 percent complaints have been resolved.

5. Kargil International Marathon organized

More than two thousand runners took part in Kargil International Marathon in Kargil , Ladakh . It was organized by Kargil Hill Council and Ladakh Police in association with the outskirts of Pune. The marathon was organized with the slogan ‘ Run for Apricots ‘ to celebrate the accessibility of apricots grown in Ladakh to the international market. Jigme Namgyal won the men’s section and the discet dolma in the women’s section of 42 km full marathon. Chief of Army Staff General Manoj PandeyVirtually inaugurated the marathon with a special message for the runners from Khi Sultan Cho Sports Stadium in Kargil.

6. India’s longest river cruise tourism service announced between Varanasi and Bogibeel

Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal announced the launch of India’s longest river cruise tourism service between Varanasi and Bogibeel early next year. This river tourism service will cover a distance of more than four thousand kilometers through the Ganges, India, Bangladesh Protocol Route and Brahmaputra. Mr. Sonowal made this announcement at the launch of several projects for the development of Bogibeel area near Dibrugarh in Assam.

7. External Affairs Minister Dr Jaishankar arrives in New York to attend the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly

External Affairs Minister Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar arrived in New York to attend the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly . In the first leg of his New York visit, Dr Jaishankar will lead an Indian delegation during a high-level week at the United Nations General Assembly. The theme of the 77th UN General Assembly is – A Key Moment: Transformational Solutions to Collective Challenges, In line with India’s strong commitment to reformed multilateralism, the External Affairs Minister will host the G4 Ministerial Meeting of India, Brazil, Japan, Germany. He will attend a high-level meeting of the L-69 grouping on revitalized multilateralism and achieving comprehensive reform of the UN Security Council. The L-69 group includes developing countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and small islands, focusing on UN Security Council reforms. Dr. Jaishankar will be in Washington DC for a bilateral meeting with US Interlocutors-Speakers from September 25 to 28. Will go His program includes interactions with US Secretary of State Antony Bilken, senior members of the US government, US business leaders, round table meetings on science and technology, and Indian diaspora.

8. 53,021 students across India honored with Inspire Awards

Recently the 9th ‘ National Level Exhibition and Project Competition ‘ (NLEPC) has started under Inspire Awards – Million Minds Augmenting National Aspiration and Knowledge . It is called ‘ Startup India ‘‘ initiative and is being executed by DST (Department of Science and Technology) along with National Innovation Foundation- India (NIF), an autonomous body of DST. Under this scheme students are invited from all government or private schools across the country, irrespective of their educational board (national and state). Financial assistance of Rs 10,000 each will be provided to them so that they can develop prototypes according to the ideas submitted for the scheme. As a next step, they competed in the respective District Level Exhibition and Project Competition (DLEPC) and State Level Exhibition and Project Competition (SLEPC) and have now made their way into the National Level Exhibition and Project Competition (NLEPC). 60 startups were awarded the Inspire Award, along with 53, Financial assistance was also provided to 021 students. The scheme touched an unparalleled level of inclusivity by representing ideas and innovations from 702 districts (96%) of the country, 123 out of 124 aspirational districts, 51% representation of girls, 84% participation from schools located in rural areas Is. 71% of the schools in the country are run by the State/UT Governments.

9. Cyclone Nanmadol hits the city of Kagoshima in Japan, warnings issued for people to move to safer places

Due to the Nanmadol storm in Japan , people living in the southwest have been warned to move to safer places. Due to the storm, there has been heavy rain with strong winds throughout the night and landslides have also occurred at many places.

10. UAE to launch its first lunar rover in November

UAE may launch Rashid rover on Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket in November this year . The United Arab Emirates will launch its first lunar rover named Rashid from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in November 2022. The rover will be launched by the Hakuto-R lander of Japan ‘s iSpace sometime in March next year.(Hakuto-R lander) will reach the lunar surface. If this lunar mission is successful, the United Arab Emirates and Japan will join the US, Russia and China as the countries to land spacecraft on the lunar surface. The Rashid rover will study the lunar surface, dynamics on the lunar surface and the interaction of various surfaces with particles on the Moon. The weight of this rover is 10 kg. It will have two high-resolution cameras, a microscopic camera, a thermal imagery camera, a probe and other equipment. The rover is named after the former ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, who is credited with the transformation of Dubai from a small cluster of settlements near Dubai Creek into a modern port city and commercial centre. It has been built at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center in Dubai. Earlier, the UAE had launched the Hope Mission to Mars – the Arab world’s first interplanetary mission.

11. India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline

Assam – based Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline by the end of 2022expected to complete the construction. The India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline Project (IBFPP) aims to connect Siliguri in West Bengal, India with Parbatipur in Dinajpur district of Bangladesh. The total outlay of this project is Rs 346 crore. The 130 km pipeline under construction will have a capacity of 10 lakh metric per annum. The construction of the pipeline began after its formal inauguration in March 2020. The project is being jointly implemented by India’s Numaligarh Refinery Limited and Bangladesh’s Meghna Petroleum Limited. Initially Bangladesh will buy about 2.5 lakh tonnes of diesel. This will be increased to 4 to 5 lakh tonnes in subsequent years. Under this contract, Bangladesh will import diesel for 15 years from the date of commencement of supply.

12. Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Joins Bharatiya Janata Party

Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh joined the Bharatiya Janata Party in New Delhi . His party Punjab Lok Congress has also been merged with the Bharatiya Janata Party. Shri Amarinder Singh joined the party in the presence of senior BJP leaders and Union Ministers Narendra Singh Tomar and Kiren Rijiju. Along with Captain Amarinder Singh, former Lok Sabha MP Amrik Singh Aliwal, former Speaker of Punjab Legislative Assembly Ajaib Singh Bhatti have also joined the BJP.

13. world bamboo day

Every year 18 September is celebrated as World Bamboo Day . The day is celebrated to spread awareness about the benefits of bamboo and to promote its use in everyday products. The theme of World Bamboo Day, 2022 is ‘ #PlantBamboo ‘‘ That is, plant bamboo plants. In the year 2009, at the 8th World Bamboo Congress held in Bangkok (Thailand), the World Bamboo Organization officially announced the World Bamboo Day (WBD) on 18 September. The World Bamboo Organization aims to promote the cultivation of bamboo for new industries in regions around the world to ensure its sustainable use to protect natural resources and the environment, as well as promote local traditional uses for community economic development. Is. The World Bamboo Organization was established in the year 2005. Its headquarter is in Antwerp (Belgium).

14. international equal pay day

International Equal Pay Day is celebrated on 18 September every year since 2020 . Its objective is equal pay for all sections of the society and to make people aware of it. In most countries of the world, women are paid less than men. The purpose of celebrating International Equal Pay Day is to end it. On 15 November 2019, the United Nations General Assembly had announced for the first time to observe 18 September as International Equal Pay Day. The decision was taken during the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The resolution in the United Nations General Assembly was co-sponsored by 105 member states. After that this decision was taken to celebrate it after the consensus of the member countries. Since then it was celebrated every year on 18 September.

15. Senior BJP leader Bishnu Charan Sethi passes away

In Odisha , senior BJP leader and MLA Bishnu Charan Sethi passed away after prolonged illness. He was 61 years old. Vishnu Charan Sethi was a two-time MLA from Bhadrak district. Presently he was MLA from Dham Nagar assembly constituency.