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India has provided $ 8 lakh to promote India in the UN General Assembly

  • The Government of India is making various efforts to increase the use of Hindi language in the UN. So in the year 2018, we started a project to translate the news of the UN into Hindi and bring it to the Hindi speaking people all over the world to create awareness about global issues.
  • Following that, all news is published through the UN Communications and the UN's Hindi Facebook page, which provides funding to coordinate UN news. India has now provided $ 8 lakh (Rs. 6,18,14,120.00 in Indian currency) to further promote India in that regard.
Appointment of 9 Additional Judges of the High Court as Permanent Judges - Order of the Supreme Court Collegium
  • The collegium, headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana and comprising senior judges UU Lalith and AM Konwilkar, has approved the appointment of nine additional judges to the Chennai High Court as permanent judges.
  • Accordingly, G. Chandrasekaran, V. Sivagnanam, G. Ilangovan, S. Anandi, S. Kannammal, Sathikumar Sukumara Group, K. Muralisankar, RN Manjula and TV Tamilselvi are currently serving as Additional Judges in the Chennai High Court. Appointed as judges.
  • AA Nakkeeran, who is currently serving as an Additional Judge in the Chennai High Court, has been appointed by the Collegium as an additional Judge for one more year from December 3.
The Supreme Court barred the use of the treason law until it was reconsidered
  • The five-judge Constitutional Court ruled in 1962 in the Kedarnath case that the treason law introduced during the British rule was valid. A case was filed in the Supreme Court seeking reconsideration of this judgment as the law was being misused.
  • The case was heard by a three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justices Surya Kant and Hima Kohli. This is a complex task as it is requested to balance both the security of the state and the freedom of the people. If new cases are registered under the treason law, the accused can approach the court and seek relief.
  • Appeals in this case should be stayed for the time being. The federal government must issue orders to the states to comply with the Supreme Court order. The case is being re-assigned to another day, July 3.
The women's 100m hurdles is a new national record at the International Athletics Championships
  • India's Jyoti Yaraji won the gold medal and set a new national record in the women's 100m hurdles at the International Athletics Championships in Cyprus. Jyoti (22) from Andhra Pradesh crossed the finish line in 13.23 seconds. Earlier, in 2002, Anuradha Biswal set the record in 13.38 seconds.
Discovery of Chinese ceramic tiles as evidence of trade with Tamils
  • 10th class students of the Archaeological Conservation Council, which has been operating at the Thirupullani Suresh Sudha Alaghan Memorial Government High School near Ramanathapuram since 2010, found Chinese ceramic tiles in the fields east of the Pallabacheri Sethupathi Palace.
  • There are two types of Chinese ceramics found by students: porcelain and celandine. It is made of white clay and its upper shapes and shapes are drawn and then polished with salt to make porcelain type ceramics.
  • Found here are broken tiles of bowl, jar, plate, jar etc. The white porcelain top is painted with red, black, brown, blue, yellow stripes, flowers, curves, and leaf patterns. These date back to the medieval 12th-13th century AD.
  • Porcelain was an important Chinese commodity during the 10th-13th centuries AD. They bought pearls and cloth from the Pandyan country.
  • China and Tamil Nadu have good trade relations. Porcelain vessels from China were unloaded at the Periyapattinam port near Ramanathapuram and then shipped across the country to Pandya for sale.
  • Excavations conducted by the Tanjore Tamil University here have yielded a large number of Chinese porcelain tiles. Periyapattinam is mentioned as Dapatan in the book Tai Chilu.
  • In Chinese, 'da' means big and 'badan' means hunger. Fragments of Chinese porcelain have been found in all the coastal areas of Tamil Nadu that have been excavated.
India has been elected President of the Asian Electoral Commissions Association for 2022-24
  • India has been unanimously elected as the President of the Association of Asian Electoral Commissions for 2022-24 at the recent Executive and General Committee Meeting held on May 7, 2022 in Manila, Philippines.
  • The association was headed by the Manila Electoral Commission. Russia, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Taiwan and the Philippines are currently the new members of the Executive Committee.
  • A three-member delegation comprising Deputy Commissioner of Elections Mr. Nitish Vyas, Chief Electoral Officer of Manipur Mr. Rajesh Agarwal and Chief Electoral Officer of Rajasthan Mr. Praveen Gupta participated in the Executive Committee meeting held in Manila on behalf of the Election Commission of India.
  • The program for 2022-23 and future plans for 2023-24 were submitted to the Executive Committee.
  • A report on "Gender Issues in Elections" was also presented, highlighting the various integrated targeted interventions by India to remove barriers to inclusive and participatory elections and political practices.

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