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Morning Digest: September 18, 2022

Unemployment below pre-COVID level: Finance Ministry

The Union Finance Ministry said on Saturday that demand for work under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme hit a two-year low in August, indicating that the recovery in the economy is creating more jobs in rural and urban India. .

Government gives top priority to skill training: PM Modi

ITIs will play an important role in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and therefore the government has ensured that ITIs, offered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, offer modern courses like Coding, AI, Robotics, 3D Printing, Drone Technology and Telemedicine. Said on Saturday.

3 terrorists who killed migrant worker arrested: J&K Police

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday said three local terrorists, who were in contact with a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) handler across the border, were behind the killing of a non-local laborer in north Kashmir’s Bandipora in August.

President Murmu arrives in London to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral

President Draupadi Murmu arrived in London on Saturday evening to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and offer condolences on behalf of the Indian government.

Joymala case shows gap in private ownership norms for elephants

In Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Assam, Tripura and Madhya Pradesh, 96 percent of elephants are in captivity without ownership certificates.

Jaishankar leaves for America today on an 11-day tour

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar will attend the UN General Assembly, host the G4 grouping ministerial meeting and hold talks with senior Biden administration officials.

UP’s only Muslim minister said – Survey will connect madrassas with government schemes

Danish Azad Ansari, the lone Muslim face in the Uttar Pradesh government and Minister of State for Minority Affairs, on Saturday alleged that opposition parties in the state were spreading false propaganda on the ongoing survey of madrassas in the state, and focusing the Centre’s attention. Survey to link madrasas with government welfare schemes

The jets that flew in cheetahs had earned their stripes

The jet’s striking paint scheme – the image of a tiger – was planned in 2015 when the plane was owned by the Russian carrier, Transaero Airlines, which is now defunct. The aircraft, first owned by Singapore Airlines in 2001, was acquired by a US bank in 2012. It was later leased to Transaero.

Now, Cochin Shipyard to install missile system on INS Vikrant

With the indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant now inducted into the Navy, its builder, the Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), has been given access to the Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LR-SAM) system and the MF-STAR (Multi-Shipyard). According to senior officials, functional digitally activated electronically scanned array) radar. The Navy has said that aviation trials are likely to begin by November.

Congress wants Rahul Gandhi to take over the reins of the party in Rajasthan

In a sign that Gandhi family loyalists have not given up on Rahul Gandhi, the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) on Saturday unanimously passed a resolution calling for Mr Gandhi to be appointed as party chief.

Madras High Court retains jurisdiction to hear guardianship, child custody cases

The Madras High Court upheld the 224-year-old jurisdiction; The five-judge bench, by a 3:2 majority, rules that the jurisdiction cannot be taken out by the Family Courts Act 1984.

Dilution of Article 370 had a deep impact on the psyche of the people of J&K: CPI(M) leader Tarigami

“Our party will continue to work tirelessly to restore our lost identity and constitutional rights. Uncertainty and uneasy peace coupled with deep isolation pose a major threat to the region. The abrogation of Article 370 has left a deep mark on the psyche of the people of J&K and pushed them to the wall,” said Mr Tarigami, also the spokesperson of the Gupkar alliance.

Lights, Movies, Valley: Chennai-based start-up Jadooj to take films to Kashmir

After more than 30 years thanks to Chennai-based entertainment start-up Jadoo, culture and cinema in the Kashmir Valley is ready for a big push. The company, which has set up mini theaters in rural areas of India, is opening two mini theaters in Pulwama and Shopian on Sunday. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha will unveil the screen.

India vs Australia, T20 Series | Mohammed Shami out due to COVID-19, Umesh Yadav called back

Mohammed Shami’s T20I cricket return will be delayed as the veteran pacer has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be ruled out of the Australia series starting September 20 in Mohali. Veteran pacer Umesh Yadav, who played the last of his seven T20Is in 2019. Australia have made a comeback after recovering from a quadriceps injury.

La Liga 2022/23 | Lewandowski scores twice as Barcelona beat Elche 3-0

Robert Lewandowski shook off his disappointing return to Bayern Munich by scoring twice to guide Barcelona to a 4-0 win over 10-man Elche in the Spanish league on Saturday.

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