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Siddha Medical University near Chennai for the first time in India

  • Minister Ma Subramaniam has announced in the assembly that for the first time in India, a separate university for paranormal medicine will be set up to honor paranormal medicine.
New rules for Jallikattu - 5 key features of the Chennai High Court judgment
  • Seshan, a resident of Chennai, had filed a petition in the Chennai High Court. He had stated in his petition that the breed of cows was becoming extinct as the country cows were not bred for this purpose.
  • The government should provide subsidies and incentives to Jallikattu cattle breeders and farmers to raise cattle.
  • It is a pity that the number of country cows reared in the villages is declining drastically.
  • Veterinarians must confirm that the cows are 'country cows' before they can participate in javelin throwing competitions. Any veterinarian who certifies crossbred cows as 'country cows' can be prosecuted for contempt of court.
  • The government should abandon artificial insemination of cows as much as possible. It could be a crime under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960.
  • The reason for enacting the law in 2017 for jallikkattu competitions is to protect the native cow breeds like Puliyankulam, Umbalacheri, Malaimadu and Kangayam.
  • The court accepted that the petitioner had stated that it was difficult to catch foreign cows and crossbred cows as the thimble was not large.
Power to the Registrar to cancel the fraudulent deed - Execution of the Bill
  • In Tamil Nadu, registration activities are done through 575 registrar's offices. In many of these cases, there have been complaints of fraudulent deeds being registered through impersonation and forged documents.
  • The registry has been in crisis due to questions raised by the court in various cases in this regard. As a solution to this, it was announced that a new bill would be tabled in the forthcoming budget session to provide for this in the Registration Act.
  • Following this, the Minister for Commercial Taxes and Securities Registration, Murthy, introduced a bill authorizing the cancellation of fraudulent deeds.
  • The bill was passed in the Assembly today. Accordingly, the bill has been passed to empower the Registrar to cancel fraudulent deeds.
Virat Kohli tops the list of players who have scored 23,000 runs
  • Virat Kohli reached this record in his 490th innings in the first over he faced on the first day of the fourth Test against England. Virat Kohli tops the list of players who have scored 23,000 runs.
  • So far only seven cricketers have managed to cross 23000 runs. Second on the list are cricket god Sachin Tendulkar (522 innings), Ricky Ponting (544), Jack Kallis (551), Kumar Sangakkara (568), Rahul Dravid (576) and Mahela Jayawardene (645).
World Coconut Day
  • Coconut growing countries around the world observe World Coconut Day on September 2 every year. This day is observed every year to create awareness about the benefits of the coconut tree and the profits that can be made by the farmers through it.
  • The event was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Welfare under the theme `Building a Flexible and Sustainable Coconut Community that includes protection against corona epidemics'.
  • Besides, this year's World Coconut Day has been linked to the 'Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav' to commemorate the 75th Independence Day.
World star Cristiano Ronaldo has set a world record of 111 goals internationally
  • Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of the Portuguese national football team and a star footballer, has become one of the best players in the world. The 36-year-old scored 2 goals in the World Cup qualifier against Ireland. Portugal won 2–1.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has scored a total of 111 goals in international football. Ronaldo also holds the record for most goals scored internationally.
Manimandapam for 21 reservation fighters killed in Villupuram in 1987 - Chief Minister MK Stalin's announcement
  • Chief Minister MK Stalin has announced that a mani mandapam will be set up in Villupuram district at an estimated cost of Rs. 4 crore for 21 social justice activists who were shot dead by the police during the 1987 reservation struggle.

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