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Chief Election Commissioner of India Sushil Chandra is the International Observer for the Presidential Election in Uzbekistan

  • At the invitation of the Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan, a three-member delegation led by the Chief Election Commissioner of India, Sushil Chandra, visited the country on October 24, 2021 to monitor the Presidential Election.
  • Chief Election Commissioner of India and Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan Mr. Zinedine Zidane Nizamkotjev held a bilateral meeting on electoral cooperation on October 21, 2021.
  • Under Uzbekistan's election law, the president is elected for a five-year term through nationwide elections. Only registered political parties can nominate candidates to contest elections. Five candidates - four men and one woman - are running for president of Uzbekistan.
  • The Chief Electoral Commissioner paid homage to the bust of his second Prime Minister of India, Mr. Lal Bahadur Shastri, in Tashkent.
The Indian Coast Guard ship 'Sardak' is dedicated to the country
  • The domestically built Indian Coast Guard vessel 'Sardak' was commissioned on October 28, 2021 in Goa by the Director General of the Indian Coast Guard K. Natarajan and dedicated to the country, giving significant impetus to the maritime security and security of the country.
  • ICGS is based in Porbandar, Gujarat, and operates under the Commander, Coast Guard Region (North West) Operational and Administrative Control in the Indian Ocean. ICGS Deputy Assistant Inspector General MM. Syed-led has 11 officers and 110 staff.
  • ICGS Sarthak ranks 4th in the series of five OPVs to be built by Goa Shipyard Limited for ICG. These OPVs are multiple work sites capable of operating simultaneously. The 105-meter-long vessel, which weighs 2,450 tons, is powered by two 9,100 kW diesel engines designed to reach a top speed of 26 knots.
  • This ship is equipped with sophisticated equipment, machinery, sensors and weapons. The Indian Coast Guard is a pioneer in introducing domestic bases and is a prime example of the ICGS Sarthak 'Atmanirbar Bharat'.
Discussion of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on “Artificial Intelligence for Data Governance”
  • The National e-Governance Division of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is hosting a discussion on “Artificial Intelligence for Data Governance” on October 28, 2021. The meeting emphasizes the importance of governance with data-based artificial intelligence in line with international best practices.
  • Local and international experts from government, industry, research and education will share their experiences, research and ideas in a series of discussions conducted by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology under the initiative of ‘AI Bay Church’.
India and ADB have signed a $ 251 million loan for integrated urban flood management in Chennai
  • In the wake of the Chennai floods, the Government of India and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have signed a $ 251 million loan for climate-integrated urban flood protection and management to strengthen the city's flood defenses.
  • Shri Rajat Kumar Misra, Additional Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, signed the Agreement for Integrated Urban Flood Management for the Chennai-Kosasthalaiyaru River Basin Project on behalf of the Government of India.
M. Ravichandran from Tamil Nadu has been appointed as the Secretary of the Central Ministry of Earth Sciences
  • The Federal Ministry of Geology plays an important role in monitoring natural disasters such as rains, floods, storms, tsunamis and reporting to state governments and protecting people from these impacts.
  • The Central Government has appointed M. Ravichandran from Tamil Nadu as the Secretary of this Ministry.
N. Gauthaman appointed as Chairman of Tamil Nadu Fisheries Development Corporation: Chief Minister Stalin
  • Tamil Nadu Fish Development Corporation was started by Karunanidhi in 1974 for the development of fishermen. The institute manages fisheries and produces fry in the Sathanur, Bhavanisagar, Azhiyar, Amravati, Thirumurthy and Uppar reservoirs.
  • In addition, it operates seafood restaurants in major cities, including Chennai, training center facilities for the production and sale of value-added seafood products at Raiyapuram, Chennai, and maintenance of a green park with a fishing game located at Chetput. Chief Minister MK Stalin has appointed N. Gautamana as the head of the institute.

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