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Death of Sheikh Khalifa, President of the United Arab Emirates

  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President and Ruler of the United Arab Emirates, has died.
  • Sheikh Khalifa, who had been ill for a long time, passed away on Friday. He is 73. He is the eldest son of Sheikh Saeed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founding President of the United Arab Emirates.
  • India has announced a day of state mourning today (Saturday, May 14, 2022) to pay tribute to the late Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates (13.05.2022).
  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, King of the United Arab Emirates, is widely commended for bringing the United Arab Emirates to global prominence during the 2008 financial crisis and for leading the country through turbulent times.
'Kaganyan' project experimental success
  • The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is in full swing in the implementation of the Kaganyan project to send humans into space. Experiments are ongoing. In this case, the rocket booster to be used was tested. The booster fitted to the GSLV rocket was tested from the launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
  • The test was conducted in the presence of Somnath, ISRO Chairman and Secretary, Space, and Unnikrishnan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Center. ISRO said the test was successful.
Milestone in the history of science - The plant sprouted in the moon soil - NASA scientists record
  • Is it possible for humans to survive on the moon? As scientists have been researching. In this case, during the 11th, 12th and 17th space missions of the Apollo spacecraft sent by NASA to explore the moon, researchers at the University of Florida in the United States decided to grow plants using soil samples sent from the moon to Earth.
  • The NASA Space Center also joined the effort. During the 3 missions of the Apollo spacecraft, a total of only 12 grams of soil was brought from the moon. Only one gram of soil per plant was allocated for the study.
  • Water and seeds of plants were added to it and placed in sealed glass boxes in a clean room to allow sunlight and air. As the moon soil was depleted of nutrients, a daily nutrient solution was poured. In addition, the seeds of the Arabidopsis plant were added to them.
  • In a few days the seeds were all germinated. By this, the moon is sure to germinate in the soil. However, these are not as strong as earthly plants. Grew very slowly. The growth of roots is inhibited.
  • In some plants the leaves do not even grow. Dots were found in red. - However, this research is a major milestone in NASA's space exploration.
Dr. Aravindan Selvaraj, Director, Cauvery Hospital has been appointed as the Chairman, Assocham Tamil Nadu State Development Council
  • Dr. Aravindan Selvaraj, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Kaveri Hospital, has been appointed Chairman, Assocham Tamil Nadu State Development Council for the year 2022-23. Abhay Kumar, Chairman, Lifecell International Pvt. They will lead the departmental activities of Assocham in the state.
The country's first bitter water body was inaugurated by Union Minister for Minority Welfare Mr. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi in ​​Rampur, Uttar Pradesh
  • The country's first bitter water body was inaugurated by Union Minister for Minority Welfare Mr. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and State Minister for Water Resources Mr. Sudhantradev Singh at Padwai in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh.
Scientists have unearthed a rare snake fossil about 35 million years old in the Ladakh Himalayas
  • Scientists have for the first time unearthed a fossil of a rare snake called a meteorite from molasses fossils in the Ladakh Himalayas. This shows that this snake must have been on the subcontinent much longer than previously thought.
  • Matsoidae are extinct medium-sized to enormous-sized snakes. It is thought to have first appeared in the late Cretaceous and later spread over the Kondwanan lands.
  • It has been revealed that global climate change and major biological restoration along the Eosin-Oligocene border (which is associated with the European Grande Cooper) did not lead to the extinction of these important snakes in India.
  • A sample of the newly discovered snake is housed in the warehouse of Wadia, an autonomous body of the Department of Science and Technology.

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