The President approved the 123rd Amendment Bill, which gave constitutional status to the Other Backward Classes Commission


1.The President approved the 123rd Amendment Bill, which gave constitutional status to the Other Backward Classes Commission :-

President Ram Nath Kovind approves the 123rd Amendment Bill of Constitution providing constitutional status to the National Backward Classes Commission. This bill was passed in the monsoon session ended on Friday in Parliament. By going to its legislation, the commission will be fully entitled to protect the rights of the people of other backward classes. Now this commission will get equal rights to the National Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes Commission. The National Backward Classes Commission was formed in 1993.


2.Nobel laureate V. S. Naipaul dies in London :-

Nobel Prize awarded to literature, Indian origin novelist V.S. Naipaul has died at his residence in London. He was 85 years old. Including the biography of Mr. Naipaul from the News Room

Shri Vidyadhar Surajprasad Naipaul was born in 1932 in the rural area of ​​Trinidad. Mr. Naipaul wrote more than 30 books including A Bend in the River and A House for Mr. Biswas. His first book, ‘The Mystic Maasar’, was published in the year 1951. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2001. The 1993 David Cohen British Literature Prize was first awarded to them. This award is given to a contemporary British writer for his Lifetime Achievement. Naipaul lived a life full of creativity and enterprise. Rashtrapati Ramnath Kovind, VS He has expressed deep condolences on the demise of Naipaul. Shri Kovind has said that the death of Mr. Naipaul has caused irreparable damage to the literary world


3.ISRO will leave fifty satellites in the next three years to meet the growing demand of space applications in the country.

Indian research organization (ISRO) will release fifty satellites in the next three years to meet the growing demand of space applications in the country. ISRO president Dr. K. Sivan told Aashiqui on the 99th birth anniversary of ISRO’s first President Dr. Vikram Sarabhai that two satellites will be launched every month from February next year , which will be a record in the history of the space program.


4.NASA launches Parker Solar probe mission to go to the Sun :-

American Space Agency- NASA launches a satellite from the Air Force Station of Florida on Sunday to go near the Sun. Parker Solar probe is the world’s first mission that is likely to expose the sun’s outer environment Corona and its effects on the weather. This space station will enter the sunsphere directly, which is four million miles away from its surface. This spacecraft will pass from the Sun’s circle round the clock.


5.Free trainer insurance will be discontinued while traveling in train :-

The facility of free passenger insurance you will receive during the train journey will be closed from September 1. Now if you have to take advantage of this facility then you have to choose the option of booking the ticket. This information was given by an official connected with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC).

Now, while booking tickets from the website, the traveler will have to choose whether he wants this facility or not. However, it is not known now that in the event of taking the facility, how much money will the traveler have to pay? IRCTC is providing free travel insurance facility to passengers since December 2017 with the aim of promoting digital transactions. There is a provision of getting 10 lakhs for the kin after death during the journey in insurance.


6.Approval of proposal to create water aerodrome for sea-plane :-

The Civil Aviation Ministry has approved the proposal to create a water aerodrome for se-plane in the country. Three places have been selected in the first phase. These include Chilka Lake of Odisha, Sardar Sarovar Dam and Sabarmati River in Gujarat. Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu stamped the proposal on Friday.

He tweeted, ‘Water Apodrome was approved in different parts of the country. This will encourage tourism as well as people’s connectivity will also be good. Explain that DGCA has issued the rules regarding the need for the license of the water aerodrome and its process in June.

The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that the person who proposes to make a water airload will have to get approval from the defense, home, environment and forest and shipping ministry. The license will be valid for two years. Initially, temporary licenses will be issued for six months. During this, the conduct of the aerodrome will be inspected. Regular licenses will be issued after this period. Amphibian plane is used as a seaplane. It can fly both water and earth.


7.Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee passes away :-

Former Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee has passed away. He was 89 years old. Chatterjee was running ill for a long time. After a heart attack, his condition worsened, after which he was admitted to the hospital. Congress President Rahul Gandhi has condoled the demise of Somnath Chatterjee. Somnath Chatterjee became a CPM member in 1968. Jyoti Basu’s affection for Somnath Chatterjee


8.Kerala floods: 100 crore relief package announcement will be changed for free, poor passport :-

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh conducted aerial survey of flood affected Kerala, Idukki and Ernakulam, in two districts of Kerala. He said that the situation of the state is very serious. The Union Minister assured the State Government of central assistance to counter this severe natural calamity. Home Minister Rajnath, after seeing the horrific situation there, announced additional help of 100 crore with immediate effect.


9.Ind vs Eng: India lose to innings and 159 runs in Lord’s Test :-

In the second Test between India and England, India had to face defeat by an innings and 159 runs. The poor performance of the Indian batsmen was seen in both innings of the match. After only 107 runs in the first innings, India’s batsmen could only make 130 runs in the second innings. The hosts scored 396 runs for 7 wickets and declared the innings. On the basis of the first innings, England got 289-run lead. Chris Woakes was unbeaten on 137 runs.