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Discovery of paddy husks belonging to the Sangam period during excavations at Adichanallur

  • Excavations at Adichanallur on behalf of the Central Archaeological Survey have been underway since last October. 32 pits have been dug in 3 places.
  • More than 62 elderly minions have been taken. Numerous archeological objects have been found, such as vases, pots, iron objects, and beads.
  • Two coins belonging to the Pandya period have been found during excavations during the last 2 days. One of the 3 areas where the excavation will take place is located on the banks of the Tamiraparani River.
  • The excavation is being carried out near the site of an excavation carried out by an Englishman named Alexander Rhea in 1902. The place has been the site of the Great Depression for the past one month.
  • From this mound, paddy husks have been found. More than 100 clay pots, potsherds and iron swords were found around the thali.
  • Therefore, it is believed that it may have been the servant of an ancient leader or warrior. The work is expected to be completed soon and work on setting up the museum will begin.
Emergency withdrawal - Announcement by Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya
  • A state of emergency has been declared in Sri Lanka as people continue to protest against President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa. Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa has announced that the state of emergency will be lifted due to public unrest.
  • It is noteworthy that Parliament convenes today in a tense situation following the alleged loss of the majority of the Gotabhaya government in Sri Lanka.
The Central Government has launched a separate website to facilitate business start-ups in the broadcasting sector
  • The Central Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has launched a dedicated website to facilitate business start-ups.
  • The Ministry has stated that through the 'Broadcast Seva Portal', those involved in the broadcasting industry can easily carry out procedures including licensing, licensing, registration and renewal.
Below is the 8th phase of excavations - the discovery of six elderly miners in a Keeladi
  • Phase 8 excavations are underway on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India near Tirupuvanam, Sivagangai District.
  • The first step is to dig a pit. The upper bouts featured six cutaways, for easier access to the higher frets. Excavations at Kontagai so far have uncovered elderly miners from different eras.
  • Work is currently underway to fully uncover the available mines. Only one pit has been dug near the site of the last excavation in the alphabet and work is underway.
State Level Committee to Formulate New Education Policy - Order of MK Stalin
  • The Statement of Finance for the year 2021-22 stated that the Government would set up a High Level Committee of Educators and Experts to formulate a unique State Education Policy for the State in line with the historical heritage, present situation and future objectives of Tamil Nadu.
  • The committee is currently being set up in Tamil Nadu to implement the announcement.
  • The Tamil Nadu government has set up a new education policy committee headed by former Delhi High Court Chief Justice Murugesan.
  • The members of this committee are Prof. L.S. Jawaharlal Nehru, Ramanujam, Prof. Sultan Ismail, Prof. Shri. Rama Srinivasan, Dr. Aruna Ratnam, S. Ramakrishnan, Viswanathan Anand, DM Krishna, Tulsidas, Dr. S. Madasamy, Ira Balu, Principal, Jayasree Damodaran are the 12 members of the State Education Policy Committee.
Stalin launches Rs 500 crore shoe factory
  • Stalin laid the foundation stone of the Rs 500 crore SEZ Developers Pvt Ltd footwear factory at the Belakuppam Chipkot Industrial Estate.
  •  634.42 acres of land has been selected for the Belakuppam Chipkot Industrial Estate, Villupuram District, Tindivanam Circle and has been prepared to provide all the infrastructure facilities to the entrepreneurs.
Rs 566.36 crore has been provided to Tamil Nadu for flood relief
  • State Governments carry out relief activities from the State Disaster Relief Fund in times of natural calamities including storms and floods. Additional funding is provided by the National Disaster Relief Fund. Accordingly, Rs. 566.36 crore has been provided to Tamil Nadu for flood relief

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