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Morning Digest: September 21, 2022

China remains a formidable challenge: Navy Chief

China remains a formidable challenger and by taking advantage of anti-piracy operations to normalize its naval presence in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) has increased its presence not only along India’s land borders but also in the maritime domain, Navy Chief Admiral R. Hari Kumar said.

Speaking at a separate event, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said that there are still two friction points on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh that India and China need to move forward.

State Congress MLAs will reach Delhi if Ashok Gehlot files nomination: Rajasthan ministers after CM’s late night meeting

State Food and Civil Supplies Minister Pratap Singh Khachariawas said that Mr. Gehlot told the Congress MLAs at the meeting that they would be asked to come to New Delhi if they decide to file nominations for the party president’s election.

EWS quota does not infringe on rights of scheduled communities, OBCs: Center tells Supreme Court

KK Venugopal, Attorney-General of India for the Centre, said the EWS quota was independent of the already existing 50% reservation for backward classes, i.e. scheduled communities and OBCs.

Pasture land turning into buffer zone, says head of village bordering LAC

The village head of one of the last settlements along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh’s Chushul said on Tuesday that at least three large pasture areas near the village have been converted into “no man’s land” or “buffers” in the past one year. has been changed. “Zone” followed by Indian troops pulled back from patrolling points in the Kugrang Valley which include Patrol Points (PP) 15, 16 and 17.

Congress, Trinamool Congress to lose chairmanship of parliamentary standing committees

In the latest reshuffle of the parliamentary standing committees, the government has told the Congress that it will not get the chairmanship of the Home Affairs Committee. According to sources, the Trinamool Congress is also likely to lose the chairmanship of its lone committee.

Religious, political parties stand against the latest steps in Jammu and Kashmir

The Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration is one of the latest measures to reportedly popularize Hindu hymns in schools, end the respect of politicians in temples and include the birth anniversary of Dogra emperor Maharaja Hari Singh as an official holiday in Kashmir. It has drawn strong criticism from religious and political parties. valley.

BJP gears up ahead of Amit Shah’s rallies in Seemanchal area of ​​Bihar

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Seemanchal (border) districts of Bihar Purnia and Kishanganj on September 23 and 24, with the state BJP unit working round the clock to ensure that the planned rallies are successful.

Government spending on early childhood education just 0.1% of GDP: Report

Government spending on early childhood education (ECE) for children between the ages of three and six in India is just 0.1% of GDP, and the average expenditure per child of ₹8,297 per year is at least a quarter of the desired level, According to a new study.

No deer brought to Kuno National Park as cheetah hunting: Officials

The Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has denied reports that chitals from Rajasthan are being moved to Kuno National Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh to hunt newly acquired cheetahs.

Monsoon withdrawal starts from Rajasthan

India’s monsoon rains, 7% above normal, said the system had started retreating from southwest Rajasthan and parts of Kutch on Tuesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.

Congress pulls up Trinamool over Mamata Banerjee’s clean chit to PM Modi over misuse of central agencies

Trinamool Congress chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she does not believe Prime Minister Narendra Modi was behind the “misuse” of central agencies in the state, with the Congress on Tuesday accusing the Trinamool of playing “hide-and-seek”. . ,

Britain’s new prime minister Liz Truss pledges billions in aid to Ukraine

Britain’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss vowed billions more financial and military aid to Ukraine on Tuesday, beginning her first foreign trip at the UN General Assembly. Ahead of her first meeting with US President Joe Biden, Ms Truss also acknowledged that a UK-US trade deal was not possible for years after Brexit.

Das expresses concern over digital lending including interest rates, data privacy issues

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das on Tuesday flagged concerns related to digital lending including complaints about hefty interest rates, unethical recovery practices and data privacy issues and urged the fintech industry to focus on governance, business conduct. emphasized the need. , regulatory compliance and risk mitigation to ensure that customers were protected regardless of their needs being met.

Gujarati film ‘Chhelo Show’ makes it to Oscars 2023

The Film Federation of India has chosen Paan Nalin’s semi-autobiographical Gujarati play chello show , final film show) As India’s official entry for the 95th Academy Awards in the Best International Feature Film category. The announcement was made by FFI General Secretary Suparan Sen on Tuesday after deliberations by a jury headed by veteran Kannada director TS Nagabharan.

India vs Australia, 1st T20I | Australia beat India by four wickets

Australia, batting brilliantly, defeated hosts India by four wickets in the first T20 match played in Mohali on Tuesday. Invited to bat, Hardik Pandya (71 not out) and KL Rahul (55) scored brilliant half-centuries to help India post 208 for six. In reply, opener Cameron Green smashed 61 off 30 balls in front of Matthew to put India on the backfoot. Wade (45 not out on 21) put the visiting team in line with four balls to spare.

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