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Elon Musk, who bought Twitter for $ 44 billion

  • Elon Musk, the world's richest man and the founder of SpaceX, has been trying to buy Twitter, one of the most popular social networking sites. He also announced that he was ready to buy one share for $ 54.20. Earlier, Elon Musk had been invited to join the board of directors as he held a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter.
  • According to AFP, Twitter has agreed to sell Elon Musk for $ 44 billion. Elon Musk, who has previously been known only as an electric vehicle tycoon and the CEO of the space company SpaceX, with an asset value of $ 273 billion, has added an IT company to his list of companies as the deal is sealed.
Power to appoint Tamil Nadu University Vice Chancellors by the State Government - Bill passed in the Legislature
  • The appointment of Vice Chancellors in the Universities in Tamil Nadu was made by the Governor on the recommendation of the State Government. In this context, various controversies have arisen over the past few years over the appointment and appointment of Vice-Chancellors by the Governor-General of the Universities.
  • In this context, the Minister of Higher Education K. Ponmudi yesterday introduced in the Legislative Assembly a bill to empower the State Government to appoint Vice Chancellors of 13 Universities including the University of Chennai.
  • Thuraimurugan, who preceded them, proposed an amendment to the law to take the bills into consideration section-wise today. Thereafter, the bills empowering the State Government to appoint Vice-Chancellors of Universities were examined section-wise and passed by voice vote. Speaker M. Appavu announced that the bill was finally passed.
India's first Devangu Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Nanjarayan Lake in Tirupur will be declared as the 17th Bird Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu. The center aims to promote conservation, research and training activities on birds. The new Cauvery South Wildlife Sanctuary will cover an area of ​​about 478 sq km covering the forest lands of Hosur Fort Anchetti, Urigam and Jawalagiri.
  • India's first Devangu Wildlife Sanctuary will be set up in the forest covering Dindigul and Karur districts. 5 crore will be allocated by the government this year to prepare a detailed project report including survey and estimates for this announcement.
Enlistment in the Army of Spike Missiles Purchased from Israel
  • India last year agreed to buy Spike sophisticated missiles from Israel. Spike missiles purchased from Israel are currently attached to the Army and Air Force. Included in the Army are the Spike LR-2 launchers, capable of striking and destroying ground targets up to 5.5 with missiles.
  • Air Force MI-17 V5 helicopters are equipped with Spike missiles. It is also capable of hitting targets at a range of 30 km.
AIDS for 17 lakh people in India - National AIDS Control Organization Report
  • According to a recent report by the National AIDS Control Organization, 17 lakh 8,777 people were infected with AIDS in the country between 2011 and 2021 through unprotected sex. Andhra Pradesh tops the list in terms of state-wise impact. 3.18 lakh people have been affected by AIDS in the state in 10 years.
  • It was followed by Maharashtra at 2.84 lakh, Karnataka at 2.12 lakh, Tamil Nadu at 1.16 lakh and Uttar Pradesh at 1.10 lakh. In addition, between 2011 and 2021, AIDS spread to 15,782 people through blood transfusions. In addition, 4,423 children have been infected by their mothers.
India is the 2nd country to launch the Trade and Technology Council with the European Union
  • European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen today (Apr. 25) welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to open a trade and technology council in the European Union.
  • India will be the second alliance in the European Union with 27 members next to the United States. 
The star has been newly discovered by Indian scientists in collaboration with international scientists
  • The discovery was made by Indian astronomers at the Aryabhata Research Institute, an autonomous body under the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India, part of the International Committee of Scientists.
  • This includes teams from the Tata Basic Research Institute and the Indian Institute of Astrophysics. Together, they discovered the star Gaia 20eae. The study was published in The Astrophysical Journal of Astrophysics.

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