President Draupadi Murmu inaugurated the state level program of the Year of Positive Change at Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya in Raipur.


1 President Draupadi Murmu inaugurated the state level program of the Year of Positive Change at Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya in Raipur.

President  Draupadi Murmu  inaugurated   the state level program of the Year of Positive Change  at  Prajapita Brahma Kumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya  in  Raipur, Chhattisgarh . Chhattisgarh Governor  Biswabhushan Harichandan  and Chief Minister  Bhupesh Baghel  were also present on the occasion. The President reached Raipur this morning on a two-day visit to Chhattisgarh. She will participate in various programs in Raipur and Bilaspur during her stay.

2 Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the scientists and engineers of the country on the commissioning of the third unit of Kakrapar Atomic Power Plant at full capacity.

Prime Minister  Narendra Modi  has   congratulated the scientists and engineers of the country on the commissioning of the  third unit  of  Kakrapar Atomic Power Plant at full capacity.  The largest  indigenous nuclear power plant of 700 MW  was completed. Kakrapar Atomic Power Plant (KAPP)  Tapi district of  Gujarat  Located in. The first two units of this plant are based on Canadian technology, while its third unit is completely based on indigenous technology. In this plant, the construction of the first ‘Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor’ (PHWR) of 220 MW was authorized on 6 May 1993 and the construction of the second unit of 220 MW was authorized on 1 September 1995. Construction of KAPP began in 1984 and was commissioned on 6 May 1993.

3 The government has appointed Jaya Verma Sinha as the first woman Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson of the Railway Board.

The government   has appointed Jaya Verma Sinha  as  the first woman Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson of the Railway Board . Ms. Sinha is currently a member of the Operations and Business Development Department of the Railway Board. She   will replace Anil Kumar Lahoti . His tenure will be till August 31 next year.

4 Army officers in African country Gabon declared the new leader of the country

 After  the military rebellion  in  the African country Gabon, army officers  elected General Brice Olibui Nweima as the acting leader of the country on Wednesday. Earlier, General Nuima along with his soldiers took out a victory procession in the streets of the capital Libreville. Deposed President  Alibongo  appealed for support from across the world in a video message released from his home. Gabon, a former French colony, is one of Africa’s leading oil producing countries. In another development, the African Union has banned Gabon’s participation in all its activities after the military took power.

5 Unveiling of the statue of independent India’s first Finance Minister RK Shanmugam Chetty

Union Textiles Minister  Piyush Goyal  unveiled   the statue of Independent India’s first Finance Minister RK Shanmugam Chetty at the South Indian Mills Association  premises   in  Coimbatore ,  Tamil  Nadu . Shri RK Shanmugam Chetty was the driving force for the establishment of the South Indian Mills Association. It is an organization that has played an important role in promoting the textile industry in South India. R. Of. Shanmugam Chetty   was the first Finance Minister of independent India from 1947 to 1949 . He was an Indian lawyer, economist and politician.

6 Bhadarwah Rajma and Ramban Sulai Honey get important GI tag in J&K

 Two world famous specialty products  Bhadarwah Rajma  and  Ramban Sulai Honey  have got  the coveted  GI tag in Jammu and Kashmir . Bhaderwah Rajma   is also known as Red Beans . These two popular products have received this recognition at the international level. These products have got GI tag on the initiative of Agriculture and Welfare Department of Jammu. Now no third party can unauthorizedly trade these products. This tag will encourage the export of both these products as well as accelerate the socio-economic development of the region. Till now six agricultural products of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh region have got GI tag. Kashmir’s Mushkabudji rice has got GI tag some time ago.

7 “Chokuwa Rice” of Assam gets GI tag

Chokuwa rice , affectionately known as “ magic rice ,” has recently been   awarded the coveted Geographical Indication (GI) tag , in recognition of its exceptional characteristics and heritage. This remarkable variety of rice   is deeply associated with the culinary heritage of  Assam and  has a rich historical association with the powerful Ahom dynasty . It was the staple food of the soldiers of the mighty Ahom dynasty.

8 British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak today appointed Grant Shapps as the new Defense Minister.

British  Prime Minister  Rishi Sunak  appointed   Grant Shapps  as the new  Defense Minister .  Mr Shapps has been appointed after former Defense Minister  Ban Wallace resigned due to personal reasons. Shapps also holds the charge of Transport Ministry, Energy Ministry and Home Ministry. With this, he has got five ministries. Grant Shapps is a strong supporter of Prime Minister Sunak.

9 Nagaland becomes the first state in the North Eastern region to launch Aadhaar linked birth registration

In a significant achievement,  Nagaland   has become the first state in the North Eastern region to start Aadhaar linked birth registration. This pioneering initiative aims to  streamline birth registration by integrating Aadhaar enrollment for children up to 5 years of age Is. This initiative is expected to reach out to various social welfare schemes designed for the welfare of children. Nagaland Commissioner T. Mhabemo Yanathan urged the cooperation of the state government officials to ensure successful implementation of this initiative in all the districts of Nagaland. Colonel Abhishek Kaushik, Director, Unique Identification Authority of India, complimented the Nagaland government for taking the lead from the Northeast in implementing this initiative. He also appreciated the consistent efforts of the Nagaland Commissionerate’s office in providing Aadhaar linked services to the residents of the state. The Directorate of Economics and Statistics of Nagaland has collaborated with the Unique Identification Authority of India to extend the reach of this service to the residents of all districts. Nagaland was the first state to be carved out of Assam in 1963. It became the 16th state of India. The capital of Nagaland is Kohima.

10 Ministry of Women and Child Development is celebrating 6th National Nutrition Month in September 2023

The Ministry of Women and Child Development  is celebrating the 6th National Nutrition Month  throughout  September 2023  . This year, it aims to   comprehensively tackle malnutrition through a life-cycle approach , the basis of  Mission Poshan 2.0  . In this view, the focus of Poshan Maah 2023 is to create mass awareness about the critical stages of human life- pregnancy, infancy, childhood and adolescence.  It aims to promote nutritional understanding across India through a focussed theme of Nutrition India, Literate India, Empowered India “.

11 Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia inaugurates Utkela Airport and direct flight between Utkela and Bhubaneswar

Civil Aviation Minister  Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia  along   with   Minister of State for  Civil Aviation Gen. Vijay Kumar Singh (Retd)  inaugurated Utkela Airport  and  direct flight between Utkela and Bhubaneswar . This program was organized through video conferencing. Utkela Airport   is owned by the Government of Odisha . It has been developed as a regional airport under the UDAN scheme of the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India at a cost of Rs 31.07 crore. Utkela Airport’s runway (2,995 ft) is 917 meters long with a width of 30 metres. With the addition of Utkela airport,  Odisha  will now have five airports .

12 ASI to launch “Adopt a Heritage 2.0 Programme” Indian Heritage App and e-permission portal on 4th September 2023

There are 3696 monuments  under the protection of  the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)  , which are spread all over the country. These monuments not only showcase the rich cultural heritage of India but also play an important role in promoting economic development. To maintain the rich cultural heritage, heritage sites require enhancement of facilities from time to time. With this objective and to further enhance the visitor experience, ASI is organizing  “ Adopt a Heritage 2.0” on 4th September 2023  at Samvet Auditorium, IGNCA, New Delhi.” program. Under this programme, ASI invites corporate stakeholders to enhance facilities at monuments using their CSR funds. This program is a revamped version of the previous scheme launched in 2017 and as per the AMASR Act 1958 Clearly defines the facilities desired for various monuments. Stakeholders can apply for adoption of specific facility/s at a monument or heritage site through a dedicated web portal with URL , containing details of monuments intended for adoption along with gap analysis and financial estimate of the facilities.

13 Agreement on marine management between America and Palau

Recently  the United States  and  the Western Pacific Ocean  nation of  the Republic of Palau  signed an expanded bilateral law enforcement agreement  to enhance marine management  .  The agreement gives the U.S. Coast Guard the authority to enforce maritime regulations on behalf of Palau in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ), even without the presence of Palau officials. This agreement will help raise awareness on maritime domain and prevent illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing within Palau’s EEZ.

14 America’s XQ-58A Valkyrie drone

The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine  has underlined the importance of drones  on the global stage  . In response, the US is preparing to deploy thousands of low-cost drones to counter China’s military advantage. Leading the initiative  is the XQ-58A Valkyrie  , an experimental stealth unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) developed by  Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Designed by. With a cost-efficiency target of approximately $3 million each, the Valkyrie has stealth features, high-speed capabilities, and versatile payload options. It can accompany manned combat aircraft, attack targets with missiles, conduct reconnaissance and operate at high altitudes. Valkyrie’s ability to reshape warfare strategies is remarkable, which is in line with America’s ambition to use drones as a strategic advantage in future conflicts.

15 Israel’s ORON aircraft

Recently  Israel  ‘s  Defense Ministry  and  Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)  announced the flight of an intelligence aircraft, the name of this aircraft is –  ORON ., ORON is an advanced intelligence aircraft. It is a Gulfstream G550 Aerospace equipped with state-of-the-art sensors, cameras, artificial intelligence and advanced Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) systems. This enables it to rapidly locate targets in all weather conditions. ORON’s real-time surveillance capabilities will provide a larger amount of intelligence than unmanned aerial vehicles. It is a joint multi-domain, multi-sensor solution that will provide the IDF with game-changing capabilities to counter threats near and far. ORON will be operated by the Israeli Air Force’s Nachshon 122nd Squadron from Nevatim Air Base near Beer Sheva.

16 Rajasthan raises minimum wage and expands health insurance coverage

Rajasthan  Chief Minister  Ashok Gehlot  has approved a hike in the minimum wage for laborers by Rs 26 per day with effect  from  January 1, 2023,  a few months ahead of the state elections  . This growth will benefit unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly skilled workers. Additionally, the Chief Minister   has expanded the scope of  the Mukhyamantri Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana  to include employees and their families covered under the  Employees’ State Insurance Scheme (ESI) , with free health insurance coverage of up to Rs 25 lakh. Has been provided. Other approved measures include financial sanction for development of e-registration project of the Registration and Stamps Department, upgrading of six government upper primary schools to higher secondary schools and creation of 78 new posts for these schools.

17 Assam’s longest Nilachal flyover inaugurated

Assam  Chief Minister  Himanta Biswa Sarma  unveiled  the 2.63-km long Neelachal Flyover, the state’s longest flyover   , which   connects Maligaon Chariyali to Kamakhya Gate  in  Guwahati . Built at a cost of ₹420.75 crore, the project is being developed by  Shree Gautam Construction Company Limited  and  Anupam Nirman Pvt. Ltd. Completed within 35 months. The flyover addresses traffic congestion in Guwahati and aims to provide smooth commuting facilities for the residents of the area. Sarma thanked the public for their support during the construction and highlighted the collaborative efforts of various departments and firms. He also shared plans to develop more infrastructure including flyovers, bridges and a ropeway project connecting Kamakhya Railway Station to Maa Kamakhya Temple.

18 The Fujiwara effect near the southeastern US coast

Hurricanes Idalia  and  Franklin , moving near  the southeastern U.S. coast,   have   raised concerns about their possible interaction under the Fujiwara effect . This phenomenon occurs when  two cyclones come close to each other  and perform an intense “ rotational dance”.(rotational dance). Although these storms are not expected to collide, their close proximity has led to speculation about five possibilities for the Fujiwara effect, including absorption, merger, or even the formation of a supercyclone. Idalia is approaching Florida’s Gulf Coast as a Category 3 hurricane, with Franklin near Bermuda and forecast to parallel the US East Coast. Although a collision is unlikely, the Fujiwara effect could lead to unexpected intensification, altered trajectories and increased rainfall, as seen in previous interactions between cyclones.

19 Assam government to launch ‘Knowledge Hub’ and ‘Assam Institute of Urban Affairs’

 The government of Assam has unveiled an ambitious plan to set up ‘ Knowledge Hub ‘ and ‘ Assam Institute of Urban Affairs ‘. Housing and Urban Affairs Minister  Ashok Singhal Under the leadership of, these initiatives are aimed at introducing state-of-the-art urban planning concepts and expertise to the state. The upcoming ‘Knowledge Hub’ will facilitate collaboration between successful urban planning models in Assam and those of Gujarat and Telangana. In addition, mirroring the National Institute of Urban Affairs in New Delhi, the Assam Institute of Urban Affairs will focus on skill enhancement for urban affairs department officials, elected representatives and municipal officials. These initiatives exemplify Assam’s commitment to innovation and progress in urban planning, promising a transformational change in the state’s urban landscape and the quality of life of its citizens.

20 Rajasthan’s Priyan Sen crowned Miss Earth India 2023

Priyan Sain  of Sikar, who   was  the first runner up of the beauty pageant Miss Rajasthan 2022,   has won the title of Miss Earth India 2023 . It is noteworthy that this event was organized at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi. Also, it was organized by Deepak Aggarwal of Divine Beauty. Actually, after this achievement, Priyan will now represent India as Miss Earth in the International Beauty Pageant to be held in Vietnam in December.

21 Umesh Revankar becomes the new president of FIDC

At a meeting convened in Mumbai,   the Managing Committee of  the Finance Industry Development Council (FIDC) has appointed Mr. Umesh Revankar , who currently serves as the Executive Vice Chairman of Shriram Finance Limited, as the new Chairman of FIDC. . This decision has been made in recognition of Revankar’s vast experience and deep expertise in the financial services sector.

22 World Sanskrit Day

World Sanskrit Day  is celebrated  every year  on the day of Shravan Purnima .  In 2023 , it   was celebrated on 31 August . It   is celebrated as a tribute to the birth anniversary of Panini , an eminent Sanskrit scholar and grammarian. World Sanskrit Day is celebrated to understand the importance of Sanskrit language and promote its spread. Sanskrit is considered one of the oldest languages ​​in the world. It is also the oldest language of India, and almost all the Vedas and Puranas are written in Sanskrit. World Sanskrit Day   was celebrated for the first time in 1969 . Sanskrit   is one of the 22 official languages  ​​included in  the Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution . Tamil  , Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Oriya Apart from this, 6 classical languages ​​are also included. In the year 2010,  Sanskrit  was declared as the second official language of Uttarakhand. Everyone in Mattur village   of  Karnataka uses Sanskrit language colloquially.