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International Sign Language Day

  • It is noteworthy that September 23rd is International Sign Language Day and is celebrated around the world today. Sign language is the oldest of the spoken and written languages. It is noteworthy that the form letters appeared only after this sign language was spoken and after that all languages ​​appeared
  • It is important to note that the language of silences is sign language and that this language does not require speech or writing and can only be understood by the mind through the eyes without hearing.
  • Significantly, sign language is the language used by the deaf and hard of hearing to understand the feelings and emotions of others.
'Batsmen' will no longer be called 'batsmen'
  • The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in London, the body that upholds cricket laws, has officially introduced a change in cricket terminology. According to a report released by the MCC, the term 'batsman' and / or 'batsman' will be officially changed to the gender-neutral word 'batters'.
  • The term 'batsman / batsman' has been in use in cricket history since 1744. This change has been implemented to give more welcome to female players irrespective of gender in the game of cricket.
Tamil Nadu Export Conference titled 'Rise in Exports - Leading Tamil Nadu'
  • 'Trade and Business Week' is being celebrated across the country from September 20 to 26 to mark India's 75th Independence Day.
  • As far as Tamil Nadu is concerned, the Tamil Nadu Export Conference was held at the Chennai Kalaivanar Arena under the theme 'Rise in Exports - Leading Tamil Nadu' to showcase the export potential of the state. The conference was inaugurated by Chief Minister MK Stalin.
  • Afterwards, Chief Minister MK Stalin said, "A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed for 24 business investments worth Rs 2,120.54 crore to create employment for 41,695 people. The government will support investors and exporters."
  • International businesses should come to Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is the 3rd largest exporting state in India. Tamil Nadu is a leading exporter of motor vehicles. Tamil Nadu products (made in tamilnadu) should be established in all parts of the world. District Export Centers are being set up. The one per cent market entry tax on cotton has been abolished.

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