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Nomination of MN Bandari for the post of Chief Justice of the Chennai High Court

  • Muniswar Nath Bandari, a native of Rajasthan, was appointed a High Court Judge of Rajasthan in July 2007. He was transferred to Allahabad High Court in 2019.
  • There, he served as the Chief Justice in charge from June 26 to October 10, 2021. In November last year, he was transferred as the Chief Justice in charge of the Chennai High Court and took charge on November 22. The Supreme Court collegium has recommended the appointment of a permanent Chief Justice.
Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa wins election again
  • Portugal, a European country, is ruled by the Socialist Party led by Antonio Costa. Elections were held for the 230-member parliament.
  • Of these, the Socialist Party won 117 seats with 41.7 percent of the vote and is back in power. While the majority needs 4 more seats in the Assembly, the results of the registered votes in the 4 constituencies abroad have not yet come.
  • The BST party got 76 more seats. Antonio Costa, who has been in coalition since 2015, is expected to formally call on President Rifello de Cho to come to power.
The first meeting of the 2022 budget session
  • The Indian Parliament usually meets 3 times a year. These three sessions, the budget session, the spring session and the winter session, focus on legislation to ensure good governance, development plans for the country, and allocations.
  • The first meeting of the budget session of the year will be held in two phases. At this meeting, which begins with the President's speech, the federal budget is presented.
  • Thus the budget session for this year began on Monday. President Ramnath Govind addressed the joint sitting of the two houses which will begin this morning in the Central Hall of Parliament.
  • Earlier, President Ramnath Govind formally left for both Houses of Parliament. President Ramnath Govind Cavalry Parade Parliament convened.
  • GST collection has crossed Rs 1 lakh crore in the last few months.
  • Our country continues to peak in exports.
  • The new education policy is designed for the betterment of the country.
  • The President addressed the Parliament citing Tirukuralla as saying that the education policy has been formulated in accordance with Valluvar's 'Kalka Kasatara' critique.
  • Self-help groups started by the federal government have provided adequate training to thousands of women; The main objective of this group is to focus on women and set up to uplift their livelihood.
  • Steps have been taken to preserve India's traditional rainwater harvesting systems; The focus is on projects connecting rivers across the country.
  • The government has made arrangements for small farmers to sell their produce in their vicinity; Much attention is paid to the production of natural food products
  • Since 2016, more than 60,000 start-ups in 56 different sectors have been launched in the country, creating 6 lakh new jobs.
  • Local languages ​​are promoted as part of the National Education Policy; Emphasis is placed on conducting important entrance examinations in Indian languages. This year 6 Indian languages ​​will be taught in 19 engineering colleges in 10 states.
  • More than 11 crore farmer families have received Rs 1.80 lakh crore through Prime Minister Kishan; There have been great changes in the agricultural sector. The role of our small and marginal farmers in the development of the country is significant;
  • My government has always given priority to 80% small farmers. As part of the Prime Minister's Kisan Samman Fund, more than 11 crore farming families have benefited. Said.
GST collection in January 2022 was Rs 1,38,394 crore
  • GST revenue till 3 pm on January 31, 2022 was Rs 1,38,394 crore. Of this, the central GST is Rs 24,674 crore. State GST is Rs 32,016 crore, consolidated GST is Rs 72,030 crore (including Rs 35,181 crore on imports) and surcharge is Rs 9,674 crore (including Rs 517 crore on imports).
  • The maximum monthly GST collection in April 2021 was Rs 1,39,708 crore. 1.05 crore GSTR-3B filings till January 30, 2022, including quarterly tax of Rs 36 lakh.
  • From the consolidated GST, the central government has contributed Rs 29,726 crore to the central GST and Rs 24,180 crore to the state GST. In addition, Rs 35,000 crore in integrated GST has been disbursed between the central and state governments on a 50:50 basis this month.
Approval for the privatization of Nilasal Ispat Nigam (NINL)
  • Tata Steel Long Manufacturing Company has acquired a 93.71 per cent stake in Nilasal Spot Nigam for Rs. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, comprising Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Union Trade and Industry Minister Pius Goyal, has approved the purchase of Rs 12,100 crore.
  • Nilachal Ispat Spot Nigam (NINL) is a joint venture between MMDC, NMTC, Bell, Megan, 4 Central Public Sector Undertakings, OMC and Epical, 2 Public Sector Undertakings of the Government of Odisha.

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