HomeBusinessMorning Digest | 16 September 2022

Morning Digest | 16 September 2022

PM Modi reaches Samarkand for Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting, refrains from being photographed

Mr Modi was the last of the leaders of eight SCO members and seven invitees to visit Samarkand, and missed the pre-summit dinner hosted by President Shovkat Mirziyoyev of Uzbekistan and the plantation ceremony by all leaders other than President Xi, it said. There was speculation that Mr Modi’s late arrival was to avoid any uncomfortable “photo-ops”, while relations with China and Pakistan remain strained.

Congress Presidential Election | Nothing to hide: Party Election Commission chief

completion process Congress’s Central Election Authority chairman Madhusudan Mistry on Thursday said choosing a new Congress president is always “open” and the party has nothing to hide. The clarification came after a section of the media reported that state Congress committees would authorize the Gandhi family to elect a new party chief.

All eyes on Russia-India-China relations beyond SCO

While the Russia-India-China trilateral summit, which was witnessed by Kremlin officials last December, is unlikely to take place on Friday given the ongoing tension in India-China relations, experts say Mr. may also play a role in encouraging Ministers Narendra Modi and Mr. Xi to resolve differences over the military standoff at the Line of Actual Control.

Media reports on criticism of judges on new listing system ‘not correct’: Chief Justice of India

“A lot of things have been said about everything, including listings and other things. Let me make it clear that it is true that we have adopted this new style, a new way of listing. Naturally there are some problems. Whatever is reported is not correct condition. We all judges are completely on the same page,” Chief Justice UU Lalit said.

Opposition slams Yogi Adityanath government over law and order situation

Opposition leaders from across the political spectrum on Thursday targeted the Yogi Adityanath government Rape and murder of two Dalit girls in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradeshwith Congress leader Rahul Gandhi says women safety cannot be expected from those facilitating release of rapists,

Call for late penalty in PM Modi government’s rural housing scheme

Slamming the states for the delay in the completion of the Narendra Modi government’s flagship rural household scheme – Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Gramin), the Union Ministry of Rural Development has devised a set of penalties, which will be borne by the state governments in any case. Will have to do and delay. Opposition-ruled West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Odisha as well as BJP-ruled Assam are the four backward states that are well behind their targets.

Aim for reconciliation with all armed groups in Northeast: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said the government aims to resolve inter-border disputes in the Northeast and reach an agreement with all armed insurgent groups in the region before 2024. Shri Shah was speaking at the signing of the tripartite memorandum. Agreement between the Government of India, the Government of Assam and the eight armed tribal groups of Assam.

What is wrong in using economic criteria for reservation: Supreme Court

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice of India UU Lalit on the third day of hearing petitions challenging the 103rd Constitutional Amendment in setting aside the economic criteria for grant of reservation “so fundamentally, so fundamentally” What is wrong”, which introduced 10% quota for ‘Economically Weaker Sections’ (EWS) of the society. EWS quota qualifies individuals with a gross annual family income of less than ₹8 lakh. The quota excludes Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes, which form a ‘homogeneous group’ included in the prevailing 50% reservation given separately.

Death toll in Armenia-Azerbaijan border clash exceeds 170

Armenia’s Security Council said the conflict ended overnight on Thursday “thanks to international participation”, following Russia’s previously unsuccessful attempts to brokerage.

PM calls for new momentum in green innovations of auto industry

The automobile industry, on its part, has set a target of becoming almost 100% self-sufficient across the entire manufacturing value chain by 2047, while becoming one of the two largest producers in every segment of automobiles in the world. However, the industry said a long-term regulatory roadmap is one of the key enablers that can help in better planning of investments, technologies and product development.

Fitch cuts India’s growth rate to 7% for 2022-23

Fitch slashed global growth projections for 2022 to 2.4% from 2.9% on the back of the European gas crisis, high inflation and an accelerated pace of global monetary policy, weighing heavily on economic prospects.

Roger Federer retires from competitive tennis

The 41-year-old, who won 20 Grand Slam singles titles and redefined a sport with his artistry and grace, broke the news to tennis fans around the world in a lengthy statement on Thursday.

The reaction of the tennis world to the retirement of Roger Federer

“I wish this day never comes… It is a sad day for me personally and for sports people around the world. I told you this when we talked and now it is here. It’s a pleasure to share so many years with you, living so many wonderful moments on and off the court, but also an honor and a privilege.” – Rafael Nadal, 22-time Grand Slam champion and one of Federer’s biggest rivals on the court.

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