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Chief Minister Stalin's commitment at the 'ISPA' conference held in Chennai, where the government will stand by to create new businesses through innovation in Tamil Nadu

  • The 14th Conference of ISPA (Indian STEPs and Business Incubators Association) kicked off in Chennai. The conference was inaugurated by Chief Minister Stalin.
  • Such projects are implemented through business archives such as ISPA. Plans are afoot to upgrade the industrial archives in Tamil Nadu to world class standards and to create as many such archives and industrial parks as required in all the districts.
  • About $ 1.8 billion was invested in 60 companies in Tamil Nadu last year alone. We also plan to set up companies in various sectors, including aerospace and electric vehicles. In the days to come, Tamil Nadu will emerge as a cash garden for new business investors.
Aadhar card should also be issued to sex workers - Supreme Court order
  • The sex industry is completely paralyzed by the Corono curfew and non-income workers are moving on with their daily lives without even access to food. 
  • The court was therefore directed to intervene in the matter and issue an order providing relief to the sex workers. In this context, the case was re-heard in a session chaired by Supreme Court Judge Nageshwara.
Rs 23,123 crore allocated for Corona emergency use - Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
  • The Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has allocated Rs 23,123 crore for precautionary measures against the emergency use of the Corona.
  • Accordingly, 37,157 intensive care unit beds, medical equipment including oxygen, ambulance and medicines are on standby to prepare the health structure. Oxygen is stored at 19,236 metric tons per day.
Ajaz Patel wins ICC Player of the Year award for December
  • The ICC has named New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel as the best cricketer of December last year.
  • Ajaz Patel took 10 wickets in a single innings in the 2nd Test against India last December.
14-year-old Bharath Subramaniam becomes 73rd Chess Grandmaster of India
  • Fourteen-year-old Bharath Subramaniam has become the 73rd Chess Grandmaster of India. Fourteen-year-old Bharath Subramaniam became India's 73rd chess grandmaster after completing his third and final grandmaster at the Vergani Cup Open in Italy on Sunday.

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