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1.Defense Ministry constitutes high level expert committee for detailed review of NCC

The Ministry of Defense has constituted a High Level Expert Committee for a detailed review of the National Cadet Corps – NCC . The objective of the committee is to make NCC more relevant in the changing times. The committee will provide suggestions and reference material to make the contribution of NCC cadets more effective in nation building and various fields. The committee will involve old cadets with the aim of making NCC beneficial. Former MP Baijayant Panda will be the chairman of this committee. Cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former minister retired Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, industrialist Anand Mahindra and many others are included in this committee.

2.The meeting of the heads of the tax authorities of the BRICS countries was held under the chairmanship of India.

BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa ‘s tax authorities virtual meeting of the heads of India ‘s chairmanship was held in. The meeting was chaired by Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj as the head of the Indian Tax Authorities. The meeting discussed the challenges faced by the BRICS tax administrations due to the digital age and the COVID pandemic. The authorities shared their experiences and strategies to deal with these challenges. The main theme of the meeting was to redefine the working processes of tax administration in the COVID pandemic and digital age.

3.US, UK and Australia announce the formation of a new trilateral security partnership for the Indo-Pacific, OCush

The United States, Britain and Australia have announced the formation of a new trilateral security partnership for the Indo-Pacific , OCush . British Prime Minister Boris Johnson , Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and US President Joe. biden Jointly announced this for a safer and more robust Indo-Pacific region. Okush’s first project will help Australia acquire a nuclear-powered conventionally armed submarine fleet. The three heads of state reaffirmed their intention to continue working closely with the Ocush with their allies and groups, referring to the Quad by Morrison and Biden. The leaders of the Quad are Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and President Joe of America. Biden will meet at the White House on the 25th of this month. Both the Quad and now the Occupy are likely to be seen as a counterweight to China’s growing power in the Indo-Pacific.

4.India to hold first global Buddhist conference in November

India hosted the first ever Global Buddhist Conference at the Nava Nalanda Mahavihara campus in Nalanda , Bihar on November 19 and 20, 2021.ready to host. The academic conference, being organized by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), will become an annual event. In the sequence of the conference, four regional conferences will be held in India – Telangana, Sarnath, Gangtok and Dharamsala and abroad – in Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Cambodia. The reports of these regional conferences will be presented at the Global Buddhist Conference. The Global Buddhist Conference promotes Buddhism to India by promoting Buddhist activities, such as educational, cultural, seminars, people traveling for festivals such as Buddha Purnima, Vesak.focused on making As a part of the programme, an award for the promotion of Buddhist studies, which will be presented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on 21 November, with a cash reward of $20,000 (approximately Rs 14.7 lakh), There will be a plaque and a gold plated medal. ICCR has also announced an award for promotion of Buddhist studies which will be given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on 21st November. The award carries a cash prize of $20,000 (approximately Rs 14.7 lakh), a plaque and a gold medal. The award is part of a comprehensive action plan for activities related to Buddhism.

5.NITI Aayog releases report on measures to increase urban planning capacity in India

NITI Aayog hasreleased a report on measures to increase urban planning capacity in India . The name of this report is- Improving Urban Planning Efficiency in India . The report was released today by Dr. Rajiv Kumar ,Deputy Chairman, NITI Aayog, Chief Executive Officer Amitabh Kant and Special Secretary, Dr. K. Rajeshwar Rao. It has been prepared by NITI Aayog in collaboration with the concerned ministries and well-known experts in the field of urban and regional planning. The report contains the results of intensive deliberations during the last nine months. The report makes several suggestions to address the barriers to urban planning capacity in India. These include health planning, restructuring of urban governance, and amendments to the Town and Country Planning Acts.

6.Signing of agreement on the movement and hiring of Indian workers in Portugal

Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi during her visit to Portugal signed an agreement on the movement of workers and the hiring of Indian nationals . During his three-day visit to European countries, he reviewed bilateral relations with Mr. Francisco Andre, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Portugal. This review meeting was followed by the signing of a very important bilateral agreement on the employment of Indian nationals in Portugal. Portugal is the first country in Europe with which India has signed an agreement related to the movement of workers. Portugal also signed the first such agreement outside the European Union.have done. This agreement sets out the procedures for the placement of Indian workers and professionals in Portugal. This will open new employment opportunities for the people of India and will also strengthen the socio-economic ties between the two countries.

7.South Korea successfully test-fires indigenous and submarine-launched ballistic missile – SLBM

South Korea has operated ballistic Misail- SLBM indigenous and submarine tested successfully in. South Korea’s Ministry of Defense and Blue House gave this information. Shortly before this, North Korea fired two ballistic missiles into the East Sea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in told officials at the test site that the country was enhancing its missile capability to help counter any provocation by North Korea.

8.Uttarakhand High Court lifts ban on Chardham Yatra

The Uttarakhand High Court has lifted the ban on Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand , but some restrictions will still remain in force. The court has allowed one thousand pilgrims in Badrinath , eight hundred in Kedarnath , six hundred in Gangotri and four hundred in Yamunotri Dham to travel daily.

9.Indian military contingent participated in the 6th edition of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Peaceful Mission Exercise 2021 in Orenburg, Russia

Joint Anti-Terrorism Exercise Peaceful Mission is a multilateral exercise conducted biennially as a part of military diplomacy among the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization ( SCO ). Orenburg of South West Russia by Russia of the sixth edition of this exercise, Peaceful MissionThe arena is being hosted from 13 to 25 September 2021. The aim of the exercise is to foster closer ties among SCO member states and enhance the capabilities of military officers to lead multinational troops. The combined Indian Army contingent is participating in this Mission-2021 exercise after also inducting 38 personnel of the Indian Air Force in a combined capacity of all weapons with 200 personnel. The Indian contingent was sent to the practice area by two Il-76 aircraft. The contingent underwent training and preparation under the aegis of South Western Command before leaving for the exercise. The exercise will enable mutual sharing of best practices among the armed forces of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) countries.

10.The Union Cabinet has approved the Memorandum of Understanding between India and the Republic of Italy for cooperation in the field of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management

The Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has been approved by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the Department of Civil Protection of the Republic of Italy in the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.The MoU on cooperation in the field of disaster risk reduction and management between Under this MoU, a system will be created, which will benefit both India and Italy. Under this, both the countries will benefit from each other’s disaster management systems and will help in strengthening the areas of preparedness, response and capacity building in the field of disaster management. The Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the field of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management between the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the Department of Civil Protection of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Republic of Italy was signed on June, 2021.

11.Indian Navy Placement Agency and Flipkart sign MoU to explore opportunities for re-employment of Navy ex-servicemen

Indian Naval Placement Agency (INPA) and Flipkart signed a Memorandum of Understanding, through which both the entities will recruit Navy Ex-Servicemen in the Flipkart Group .Will explore opportunities. The MoU was signed by Vice Admiral Suraj Berry, Controller of Personnel Services, Indian Navy and Shri Rajnish Kumar, Senior Vice President, Flipkart. Through the agreement, INPA will identify a pool of ex-servicemen candidates for relevant roles as per the recruitment standards of Flipkart. The company, in turn, will enable these individuals to migrate to the corporate sector through in-house induction and training programmes. Flipkart is running this program under the aegis of ‘FlipMarch’ under its ‘Diversity and Inclusion Charter’, which aims to provide opportunities to Ex-Servicemen commensurate with the qualifications, experience and attributes acquired during their service period.

12.Power Finance Corporation Limited (PFC) issues India’s first Euro Green Bond

Electric field leading NBFC Power Finance Corporation (PFC) first on 13/09/2021 300 million euros of seven-year euro bond is issued. The 1.841% achieved price is the minimum profit locked by the Indian issuer in the Euro markets. This is the first ever Euro denominated Green Bond to be issued by India. Moreover, this is the first Euro issued by an Indian NBFC and the first Euro bond issue from India since 2017. The issue attracted strong participation from institutional investors across Asia and Europe with participation from 82 accounts and was oversubscribed 2.65 times.

13.Nitin Gadkari launches AI-powered road safety project ‘IRASTE’

Union Road Transport Minister, Nitin Gadkari launched the Artificial Intelligence-powered project ‘ iRASTE ” launched. The objective of the project is to help reduce road accidents, understand the factors responsible for these incidents and devise solutions to reduce them. iRASTE stands for Intelligent Solutions for Road Safety through Technology and Engineering. The project has been taken up on a pilot basis in Nagpur, Maharashtra with an aim to reduce accidents in the city by 50 percent. The project has been jointly undertaken by Centre, Intel, INAI, IIIT-Hyderabad, CSIR-CRRI (Central Road Research Institute), Mahindra & Mahindra and Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC). The main focus of the project will be on vehicle safety, mobility analysis and road infrastructure safety to create ‘Vision Zero’.

14.Super 30 founder Anand Kumar honored with Swami Brahmananda Award 2021

Mathematician Anand Kumar and his ‘ Super 30 ‘ contributions to the field of education through initiatives owner Brahmananda Award ( Swami Brahmanand Award has been awarded) in 2021, which prepare disadvantaged students for the IIT entrance exam. He addressed the Vice Chancellor of Gurukula Kangri Deemed University , Haridwar, Professor Roop Kishore Shastri at a function in Rath area of Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh .Received award from Every year Rs 10,000 in cash, a bronze medal, a bronze statue of Swami Brahmananda and a certificate are given to people doing special work in the field of education or for the welfare of the cow. Super 30 is the coaching program of Kumar’s Ramanujan School of Mathematics, Patna. It hunts down 30 meritorious students from among the economically backward sections of the society and shapes them to crack exams to get admission in prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

15.Tata Steel commissions India’s first plant to capture CO2

Tata Steel ( Tata Steel ) has Jamshedpur Works ( Jamshedpur Works in) India’s first carbon capture plant is commissioned, which removes CO2 directly from the blast furnace gas (blast furnace gas). With this achievement, Tata Steel becomes the first steel company in the country to adopt such carbon capture technology.has become. The CCU plant was inaugurated by Tata Steel CEO and MD TV Narendran in the presence of company officials and other dignitaries. The plant can take up to 5 tons of CO2 per day (5 tons per day (TPD)). The company will reuse the captured CO2 on site to promote a circular carbon economy. This carbon capture and utilization (CCU) facility uses amine-based technology and makes the captured carbon available for reuse onsite. The reduced CO2 gas is sent back to the gas network with an increased calorific value. The project is executed with technical support from Carbon Clean, a global leader in low-cost CO2 capture technology.

16.SpaceX launches first all-tourist crew into orbit

According to a SpaceX livestream, the crew of Inspiration 4 , the first orbital flight made entirely by tourists, is now officially in orbit. The SpaceX rocket was launched from NASA ‘s Kennedy Space Center . Passengers will now spend three days aboard their 13-foot-wide Crew Dragon capsule in orbit at an altitude of 350 miles. The flight is commanded by 38-year-old billionaire Jared Isaacman , who is accompanied by Hayley Arcano on the trip . Hayley is a cancer survivor. He is a Physician Assistant in the hospital. Along with this, American Air Force pilots Chris Sambrowski and Sean Proctor were among the people who went on this journey.is also. Sean is Professor of Geology.

17.Infosys launches digital commerce platform Equinox

The next generation of digital services and consulting Infosys (Infosys) the B2B and B2C hyper-segmented, personalized Omnicanl commerce experience to help enterprises to deliver safely buyers Infosys Equinox (Equinox) launch. The platform provides unprecedented flexibility for future-ready architecture enterprises to choose unique microservices and pre-built experiences that enhance their digital commerce by building a curated digital journey or launching it in just a few weeks.

18.3-day Indian Army Chief’s conference begins in Delhi

The 8th edition of the Indian Army Chiefs’ Conference , a gathering of serving and former Chiefs of Army Staff, was held in New Delhi from 16-18 September . The highlight of the three-day event was the former chiefs of the Nepalese armywho was also the Chief of the Indian Army. The Conclave is a forum for exchange of ideas between the Old Guard and the current leadership of the Indian Army. This will include discussions on the Indian Army’s rapid transformation, self-reliance through self-reliance and the Make in India initiative in defense manufacturing and the skills of Indian soldiers to fight modern wars. Laying wreath at the National War Memorial, the former Army Chief The Chiefs will also interact with the members of the Society of Indian Defense Manufacturers where they will be made aware of the institutional symbiosis between the Indian Army and the indigenous private defense manufacturers. There is also a program to meet the outstanding soldiers who earned respect for the nation at the recently concluded Olympic Games in Tokyo.

19.Lasith Malinga announces retirement from all forms of cricket

Lasith Malinga ( Lasith Malinga ) after 295 matches T20 to announce his retirement , in which he took 390 wickets. He had already retired from Tests in 2011 and ODIs in 2019. The Sri Lankan pacer had also announced his retirement from franchise cricket in January this year after being released by Mumbai Indians. Malinga was the first bowler to take 100 T20I wickets before ending up with 107 scalps. He is fourth in the highest wicket-taker category behind Dwayne Bravo, Imran Tahir and Sunil Narine.

20.Virat Kohli announces to step down as captain of Twenty20 team

Virat Kohli was cricket ‘s shortest format Twenty-Twenty team ‘s announcement of captaincy is. In a post on social media, Kohli said that he will step down as the captain of this format after the Twenty20 World Cup to be held in October is over. Virat Kohli has taken this step due to the ever-increasing pressure on him. Kohli has made it clear that he will continue to play Twenty20 cricket as a batsman. He will continue to captain the Indian Test and ODI team. Kohli said that he has informed head coach Ravi Shastri, BCCI secretary Jay Shah and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly in this regard.

21.Joe Root and Ameer Richardson ICC Players of the Month for August

England Test captain Joe Root (Joe Root) and Ireland ‘s Miyr Richardson (Eimear Richardson) the ICC Player for August 2021 of the Monthhas been selected as the winner of. Root was named the ICC Men’s Player of the Month for August for his consistent performances in the Test series against India, which were part of the next round of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC). In women’s cricket, Ireland’s Ameer Richardson has had a sensational August and was voted the ICC Women’s Players of the Month for August 2021. During the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier, Richardson won the Player of the Tournament award for her stellar performances with the bat and ball, opening against Germany, giving figures of 2/6 and the Irish comfortably. Won by 164 runs.

22.16 September: International Day for the Protection of the Ozone Layer

Ozone layer for the protection of the International Day ( World Ozone Day – World Ozone Day ) every year September 16 is celebrated to raise awareness about the degradation of the ozone layer and find solutions to preserve it. The ozone layer, a delicate shield of gas, protects the Earth from the harmful part of the Sun’s rays, thus helping to preserve life on the planet. 2021 World Ozone Day theme: ” Montreal Protocol – we keep our food cold vaccines ( Montreal Protocol – Keeping Us, Our Food And Vaccines Cool)’ Is. The day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly on December 19, 2000, to commemorate the 1987 signing of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. It was formalized at the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer, which was adopted and signed by 28 countries on 22 March 1985.

23.15 September: World Lymphoma Awareness Day

World Lymphoma Awareness Day ( World Lymphoma Awareness Day – WLAD ) every year Sitnbr L5is celebrated globally. The day is dedicated to raising awareness of lymphoma and the special emotional and psychosocial challenges faced by patients and caregivers suffering from various forms of lymphoma. World Lymphoma Day was initiated in 2002 by the Lymphoma Coalition (link is external), a worldwide network of 83 lymphoma patient groups based in Ontario, Canada, whose mission is to enable global impact by fostering a lymphoma ecosystem. that ensures local change and evidence-based action. One of their major activities is to provide a centralized hub of reliable current information and a platform for member organizations to share resources, best practices, policies and procedures.

24.15 September: International Day of Democracy

International Democracy Day ( International Day Of Democracy ) every year September 15 is celebrated globally. It was established through a resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2007 to promote and uphold the principles of democracy and to provide an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world. 2021 theme of the International Day of Democracy to strengthen democratic resilience in the face of future crises ( Strengthening Democratic Resilience In The Face Of Future Crises) Is. The day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly through a resolution in 2007 to strengthen national programs dedicated to promoting and strengthening democracy. This day was first celebrated in 2008.