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Thomas Cup Badminton India Champion for the first time

  • India face 14-time champions Indonesia in the Thomas Cup Badminton Final yesterday. In the first singles match, India's Lauxia Sen defeated Anthony Jinting 8-21, 21-17, 21-16 to take a 1-0 lead.
  • In the next doubles match, Sathvik Sairaj Rangireddy and Chirac Shetty defeated Mohammad Assan and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo 18-21, 23-21, 21-19 to give India a 2-0 lead.
  • In the ensuing singles match, Kidambi Srikanth defeated Jonathan Christie 21-15, 23-21 in straight sets to help India win 3-0 and clinch the gold medal for the first time in 73 years.
  • India have won the Thomas Cup for the first time, beating 14-time champions Indonesia.
Russia suspends Finland Power supply to NATO as war breaks out in Ukraine
  • There are 27 countries in the European Union. There are 31 countries in the NATO alliance. Currently, people are interested in joining NATO for a variety of reasons, including the country's security.
  • In particular, countries such as Ukraine, Finland and Sweden, which are close to Russia's border, have expressed interest in using the Internet in NATO.
  • Russia, which has strongly opposed the move, has been waging war on Ukraine since February 24. In this context, Finland's President Sauli Ninisto and Prime Minister Sanna Marin have announced that they will apply for membership in NATO, despite strong Russian warnings.
  • Russia, meanwhile, has cut off power to Finland as it seeks to apply to join NATO.
Italy Open - Djokovic wins sixth title
  • Djokovic, 34, is from Serbia. Number one player in the world of tennis. In the meantime, he played in the Italian Open. He has won the game in straight sets in all the matches he has played in this series. This is the sixth time he has won the Italian Open.
  • Earlier, he reached the milestone of becoming the first player to record a thousand wins in the men's singles category by winning the semifinals. He is the fifth player to achieve this feat.
Pope Francis confers canonization on India's first general patriarch
  • Neelakandan was born on April 23, 1712 in Nattalam village near Marthandam, Kumari district. In 1741, during the Battle of Kulachal between the forces of Travancore and the Dutch, King Marthanda Varma was captured by Dutch general Benedict Dilanoi. Neelakandan got used to him. From talking to him as a friend he learned about Christianity and began to embrace Christianity.
  • He was baptized on May 17, 1745 at Vadakkankulam Thirukkudumba Temple. He was called "Devasakayam" in Tamil with the biblical name "Lazarus".
  • His wife Bhargavi was also baptized and was called "Therese" and in Tamil "Gnanappu". Many of the soldiers then changed their minds.
  • Following this, Devasakaya was shot dead on January 14, 1752, at the behest of the king, on the Aralvaymozhi wind farm, for his Christian faith that he had neglected and insulted the king. His body parts were collected and cremated in front of the pedestal at St. Xavier's Church in Kottayam.
  • Devasakaya was conferred the title of Minister on 22-12-2003. On December 2, 2012, Devasakaya was officially declared a "hidden witness". He was then given the title of "Blessed One" (benefactor).
  • The canonization was signed by Pope Francis on 28-2-2019. This was followed by a canonization ceremony at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican.
  • Mano Thankaraj, Minister of Information Technology on behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu, Ginger Mastan, Minister of Minority Welfare and Overseas Tamil Welfare, and Peter Alphonse, Chairman of the Tamil Nadu Minorities Commission were present.
  • The Vatican is proud to present the canonization of the first saint of Tamil Nadu, the first saint in India, to be the first saint to be ordained as a hidden witness.
  • Tamiltai greetings were sung at a public meeting held in the Vatican on the occasion of the canonization. Tamil Nadu Information Technology Minister Mano Thankaraj who participated in the event shared this on his social media page.
Shovel found at Adichanallur excavation
  • Excavations in the Adichanallur area have been underway since last October. Of these, 32 pits have been dug and more than 62 elderly miners have been found. Currently iron material has been discovered. Researchers have confirmed that this is a shovel. Analysts say that Tamils ​​have been cultivating using hoes for about 3,000 years.

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