Virat Kohli became the fastest batsman to score 13 thousand ODI runs


1 Virat Kohli became the fastest batsman to score 13 thousand ODI runs

India’s  Virat Kohli  during  the  Asia Cup Super 4  against  Pakistan at  the R.K.  Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka  . Premadasa became the fastest player to reach 13,000 ODI runs   at  the stadium. He did this work in just  267 innings  , whereas 34-year-old senior Indian player  Sachin Tendulkar did  it  in 321 innings . Broke the record. Kohli also completed his 47th ODI century on this occasion. With this century, Kohli has now scored four consecutive centuries at this stadium, which is the joint-most number of centuries at a venue with South African great Hashim Amla. Kohli completed 13,000 ODI runs and became the fifth player to achieve this feat in men’s ODIs. Before him, Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Sanath Jayasuriya and Mahela Jayawardene have achieved this feat. Ponting (341) and Sangakkara (363) also played more than 300 innings while Jayasuriya achieved this milestone in 416 innings.

2. Shri Sarbananda Sonowal will represent India at the Eastern Economic Forum 2023 to be held in Vladivostok.

Union Minister for Ports, Shipping & Waterways and AYUSH,  Shri Sarbananda Sonowal  left for Russia to represent India at   the Eastern Economic Forum , which  is being held in  the Russian  port city  of Vladivostok . Eighth Eastern Economic Forum 2023  to be held  from 10 to 13 September 2023 Taking place on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) in Vladivostok. The Eastern Economic Forum is a forum for establishing and strengthening ties between the Russian and global investment communities and for a comprehensive expert assessment of the economic potential of the Russian Far East, the investment opportunities it offers and business conditions in the Advanced Special Economic Zone. It is a major international platform. The Eastern Economic Forum was established by order of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in 2015 to support the economic development of the Russian Far East and promote international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region. India’s Shipping Minister will also speak at the session on the Eastern Sea Corridor, and will also meet senior ministers of the Russian Federation on possibilities of further strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, Which includes exploring the possibilities of the Northern Sea Route and establishing a trans-shipment hub in the Bay of Bengal. The Eastern Sea Corridor aims to reduce cargo transit time between our countries.

3 Indore remains on top in Clean Air Survey 2023

 In the government’s  clean air survey,  Indore has got  the top position while  Agra and Thane have  got the second and third position. Cities are ranked on the basis of steps taken by them in the Clean Air Survey conducted by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). Indore, Agra and Thane have been included in the more than ten lakh population category. Amravati in Maharashtra has secured the top position among cities with population between three to 10 lakh. It is followed by Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh and Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh ranks first among cities with population of less than three lakh. Kala Amb of Himachal and Angul of Odisha stood second and third respectively. The National Clean Air Program aims to reduce PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels by 20 to 30 percent by 2024.

4 Jammu and Kashmir LG inaugurates Bangas Valley Festival

Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha  inaugurated   the much-awaited Bangas Valley Mahotsav in  the picturesque Kupwara district  . The primary objective of the festival  is to  highlight the untapped rural and adventure tourism opportunities within the Bangas Valley . Speaking at the inauguration, LG Manoj Sinha emphasized the role of the festival in promoting the rich tribal culture of this offbeat destination. Furthermore, the festival provides a valuable platform for local artisans to showcase their traditional arts and crafts, contributing to the preservation and dissemination of indigenous heritage.

5 Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPWD) observed World Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Day

World Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Day   is observed every year on September 7  to raise awareness about  Duchenne muscular dystrophy (a rare genetic disease). Its aim is to support efforts that aim to improve the quality of life for people with dystrophinopathy through education, awareness and social inclusion. A rare genetic disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy causes muscles to weaken over time and affect the entire body. One in five thousand boys are born with this disease. In this disease, first of all, there is difficulty in walking and then it starts affecting other parts of the body and finally, breathing and heart rate are also affected. The theme of World Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Day this year is Duchenne: Breaking Barriers.

6 Shri Dharmendra Pradhan inaugurates Vidya Samiksha Kendra with Shri Pushkar Singh Dhami

Union Education Minister  Dharmendra Pradhan  inaugurated   the Vidya Samiksha Kendra in  Dehradun  . He also laid the foundation stone of 141 PM Shri Vidyalayas and three Netaji Subhash Chandra Residential Schools  in the state  . On this occasion he said that Indian youth is going to lead the world in the 21st century. He said that Uttarakhand is the second state after Gujarat where Vidya Samiksha Kendra has been inaugurated. With its help, data of all the schools of the state can be obtained online in one click.  Under  the National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR), the Ministry of Education  is emphasizing on the establishment of Vidya Samiksha Kendras (VSK) in the states. This initiative is part  of the National Education Policy, 2020. is in accordance with. At present one VSK center at the central level is located in the Central Institute of Educational Technology building in the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) campus.

7 Two thousand people feared dead and thousands missing in floods in Libya

 At least two thousand people are feared dead and thousands missing due to the massive floods  in  Libya . This flood   has occurred due to Hurricane Daniel . The floods swept away entire neighboring areas of eastern Libya and destroyed homes in many coastal towns. Derna city in eastern Libya is said to be the city worst affected by this flood, due to which the city has now become inaccessible. The Libyan Red Crescent has confirmed the death toll of about two hundred people. He says the death toll is likely to increase.

8 NATO member countries plan to conduct the largest military exercise since the Cold War

NATO  member states   are planning to conduct the largest military exercises since the Cold War . This military exercise will take place in the spring next year. Between five hundred to seven hundred fighter aircraft, more than 50 ships and about 41 thousand soldiers are likely to participate in this military exercise. The exercise has been designed   keeping in mind a possible war against the Russia  -led  alliance named Okyasus . Its purpose is to thwart a Russian attack against a member state of the alliance. This joint exercise   will be conducted in Germany, Poland and Baltic countries . Sweden is still in the process of gaining full membership in NATO. Still, Sweden is expected to join this joint exercise. A total of 32 countries will participate in this joint military exercise.

9 Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated several important infrastructure projects in ten states and union territories

Defense Minister  Rajnath Singh  inaugurated  90 important infrastructure projects  developed by  Border Roads Organization – BRO  from  Samba district  of  Jammu Division . Inaugurated. The construction of these projects has cost Rs 29 billion 41 crore. These include 11 new roads, 64 bridges, one tunnel, two airstrips and two helipads. Defense Minister inaugurated about 423 meter long state-of-the-art Devak Bridge on Vishnah-Kolpur-Phulpur road in Samba district. These bridges are strategically important for the defense forces. Shri Rajnath Singh inaugurated 89 projects virtually. Of these projects, 11 are located in Jammu and Kashmir, 26 in Ladakh, 36 in Arunachal Pradesh, 5 in Mizoram and 3 in Himachal Pradesh. Apart from this, two projects each in Sikkim, Uttarakhand and West Bengal and one each in Rajasthan and Andaman-Nicobar are included.

10 India to enable cross-border bill payments for NRIs in UK

India’s  Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS)   is expanding its reach to the UK  after successful operations in Middle Eastern countries like  Oman, Kuwait, UAE  and  Bahrain . Non-resident Indians (NRIs) in the UK   will benefit from this system, allowing them to easily pay bills through multiple payment methods. BBPS acts as an interoperable and accessible one-stop ecosystem for various bill payments including electricity, water, gas, telephone, DTH and insurance. BBPS is a Reserve Bank of India concept system operated by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). India is showcasing its digital payments infrastructure (DPI) to attract the attention of international delegates.

11 Initiative by BIS to promote Indian standards at rural level

Bureau of Indian Standards  (BIS) has launched an initiative aimed at promoting adherence to Indian Standards at the grassroots level. Through this initiative BIS has access to  2.4 lakh Gram Panchayats  and a mission to sensitize Gram Panchayat Presidents and Secretaries has been launched across the country. Additionally, BIS has   developed BIS Care App to empower consumers with information on Indian standards and product certification. BIS is the national standards body of India  established under the BIS Act, 2016  for the harmonious development of standardization, marking and quality certification activities of goods and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

12 Abbott India’s Digene Gel Antacid Syrup recalled

Digene Gel ,  the popular antacid syrup manufactured at  Abbott India  ‘s  Goa facility  ,  is  being voluntarily recalled due to  isolated customer complaints regarding taste and odour. The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI),  which leads the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), has recommended that healthcare practitioners exercise caution while prescribing Digene Gel during consultation. Diazine Gel is a popular antacid syrup that is known to provide relief from acidity and its associated symptoms, including heartburn, stomach discomfort, stomach pain, and gas. The primary mechanism of action of antacids involves the use of basic compounds such as magnesium hydroxide to neutralize stomach acid.

13 Louisville, United States declared 3 September as Sanatan Dharma Day

Mayor Craig Greenberg  has declared September 3 as  Sanatan  Dharma Day  in  Louisville, Kentucky,  United  States, emphasizing the importance of promoting   peace, tolerance and understanding   within different communities . Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg recently attended the ‘Maha Kumbh Abhishekam’ at the Kentucky Hindu Temple, where the official proclamation on September 3 was read by his deputy Barbara Sexton Smith.

14 North Korea launches new ‘strategic nuclear attack submarine’

North Korea has launched  its first operational ” strategic nuclear attack submarine ” and assigned it to the fleet that patrols between the Korean Peninsula and Japan. Submarine No. 841 named Hero Kim Kun Ok  after the North Korean historical figure   . The launch ceremony took place in the presence of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, where he highlighted the importance of this new addition to their naval force.

15 Vijayawada Railway Station gets ‘Green Railway Station’ certificate from IGBC

Vijayawada Railway Station  was  awarded the ‘ Green Railway Station ‘ certificate  with the highest rating of Platinum  by  the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)  for its efforts in improving environmental standards and providing  eco-friendly services to passengers. This station   was given gold rating in 2019 and platinum rating in 2023. This certification was given for its efforts in improving environmental standards and providing eco-friendly services to passengers.

16 IIM Indore and NSDC partner to transform skill development and entrepreneurship in India

IIM Indore  has   signed an MoU with National Skill and Development Corporation (NSDC) to advance the landscape of skill development and entrepreneurship in India. The agreement   reflects a bold commitment to promote excellence and innovation in skill development . Director of IIM Indore, Prof. The MoU was signed online by Himanshu Rai and NSDC Chief Executive Officer Ved Mani Tiwari on September 6, 2023. It focuses on redefining and aligning skill development, entrepreneurship and research in India. The vision of both the institutions has joined hands together to leverage their collective strength to shape the skill ecosystem of the country.

17 What is crown shyness?

Crown shyness is a common phenomenon  in  temperate deciduous forests  , where  the tops of some trees do not touch each other  , leaving gaps between them. It is seen in many species of trees, such as black mangrove, camphor and Japanese larch. Scientists have different hypotheses to explain why peak dormancy occurs, such as to facilitate access to light, prevent disease transmission, or avoid physical damage from wind. Intricate patterns are formed in the summit canopy and it increases the penetration of light into the forest.

18 Hockey India announces schedule of Women’s Asian Champions Trophy

Hockey India  has  announced the schedule of  the Women’s Asian Champions Trophy .  India is   hosting this competition for the first time .  The matches in this tournament starting from  October 27  will be played in Jharkhand . The tournament will begin with the match between Malaysia and Japan while India will face Thailand on the first day itself. Teams from South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and India will participate in the Asian Champions Trophy. This competition will run till November 5.

19 Prathamesh Javkar finished with silver medal

Indian compound archer  Prathamesh Javkar  won   the silver medal in  the Archery World Cup  . Prathamesh lost in the final and had to be content with silver. He   lost in the shoot-off in the final to Denmark  ‘s  Mathias Fullerton . Javkar reached the final by defeating world number one and defending champion Mike Schlosser. Javkar had defeated Mike for the second time in four months.

20 SAFF U16: India became champion by defeating Bangladesh in the final

India has   won the SAFF Under-16 Football  trophy  by defeating Bangladesh in the final. The Indian team has defeated Bangladesh 2-0. This is the fifth time that the Indian Under-16 football team has won this title. These tournaments were being played in Thimphu, hosted by Bhutan.

21 President Draupadi Murmu inaugurates the first global symposium on farmers’ rights

President  Smt. Draupadi Murmu  inaugurated   the first global symposium on farmers’ rights  in  New Delhi . This symposium  is being organized by the Secretariat of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (IATA) ,  Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Rome. Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare in collaboration with Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights (PPVFR) Authority, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), and ICAR-National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR). Used to be.

22 United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation 2023

The United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation , celebrated every year  on 12 September  , is celebrated by many countries around the world. The United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation celebrates the economic, social and political developments made in recent years by the regions and countries of the South and highlights the efforts of the United Nations to work on technical cooperation between developing countries. Is.

23 National Forest Martyrs’ Day 2023

National Forest Martyrs’ Day  is celebrated on 11 September  in India  . The day is an occasion to remember the heroes who risked their lives to protect forests and wildlife, which are vital to the well-being of our planet. National Forest Martyrs’ Day is important to remember the sacrifices made by forest officials and employees in protecting our forests and wildlife. It is also a day to reaffirm our commitment to conserve these precious natural resources.