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Prime Minister Modi speaking at the 14th United Nations Conference on the Prevention of Desertification

  • This was stated by Prime Minister Modi while addressing the 14th United Nations Convention on Combat Desertification (UNCCD), also known as the United Nations Convention against Combat Desertification.
  • At a UN summit on desertification, landslides and droughts, Prime Minister Modi said, "We are on the verge of landslides. India is moving towards reclaiming 26 million hectares of degraded land by 2030."
  • Emphasizing that it is the responsibility of mankind as a whole to control the damage caused to the earth by human activities, Prime Minister Modi said that it is our duty to leave a healthy earth for future generations.
  • "In India, over the last ten years, the forest cover has increased by about 30 lakh hectares, thereby increasing the country's total forest cover to one-fourth of the total area of ​​the country," the Prime Minister pointed out.
  • Prime Minister Modi also mentioned that a research center would be set up in India to develop a scientific approach to prevent land grabbing. Prime Minister Modi said that land is the basis for all life in this world and therefore called on all nations to work together to reduce the pressure on land resources.
  • The Prime Minister pointed out how land reclamation is done by cultivating grasslands in the Bunny region in Gujarat’s Ron of Katch. Thus “not only is land degradation prevented, but it also promotes livestock and improves the livelihoods of livestock breeders,” he said.
Inflation peaked at 12.94%
  • Inflation based on the country's overall price index (WPI) peaked at 12.94 per cent in May. The previous high was 10.49 per cent in April. This is the highest increase in the last 11 years.
  • The main reason for this is the rise in prices of manufactured goods due to the rise in crude oil prices. Inflation in May last year was minus 3.37 per cent.
73,000 crore loss in an hour - Adani loses 2nd richest status in Asia
  • Gautam Adani, a businessman from Gujarat, is the second richest man in Asia according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. His personal assets are worth Rs 5.64 lakh crore and the total market capitalization of Adani Group is Rs 9.5 lakh crore.
  • Meanwhile, the National Network (NBA) has frozen the accounts of Rs 43,500 crore worth of foreign investment firms, including Albula Investment Fund, Cresta Fund and ABMS Investment Fund, which have invested in Adani's companies, including Adani's Green Energy, Transmission and Gas.
  • As a result, the stock traded down 91 points at 1,510.35 from 1601.60 in the previous session. As a result, Adani lost Rs 73,250 crore in assets. As a result, he has lost his status as Asia's 2nd richest man.
AKS Vijayan has been appointed as the Special Representative of the Government of Tamil Nadu in Delhi
  • Former MP AKS Vijayan has been appointed as the Special Representative of the Government of Tamil Nadu in Delhi. He will hold that position for one year from the date of taking office.
  • He said AKS Vijayan (59) is from Thiruvarur district. He contested 3 Lok Sabha elections in Nagapattinam constituency on behalf of DMK in 1999, 2004 and 2009 and won as an MP.
Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh selected as the best player for the month of May
  • The International Cricket Council (ICC) has named Mushfiqur Rahim as the best cricketer of the month for Bangladesh. He played in one Test and three ODIs against Sri Lanka in May.
  • He scored 84 in the first match of the ODI series and 125 in the second. He had amassed a total of 237 runs in all three matches.
  • The Bangladesh team won the ODI series against Sri Lanka for the first time. In this case, he has been selected as the best cricketer for the month of May. Similarly, Kathryn Bryce, the all-rounder of the Scottish cricket team, has been selected as the best player in women's cricket.

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