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Vinesh, Sakshi Shi Kalakal - Qualify for the Commonwealth Games

  • The 22nd Commonwealth Games will take place in Birmingham, England from July 23. Will take place until 8 p.m. The qualifying rounds for the participating Indian wrestlers are being held in Delhi.
  • Zach Shi Malik, who won bronze at the Rio Olympics in the first competition of the 62kg division, met Sonam Malik. Sonam Malik has won various recent matches. This time the uprising was won by Zach Shi Malik, 8-1. Zack Shi Malik, who beat Manisha 7-1 in the next match, qualified for the Birmingham match.
  • Vinesh Bogat, who cheated at the Tokyo Olympics, excelled in the 53 kg qualifying competition. They advanced to the final 3-0 and qualified for the Commonwealth Games.
  • So far, Pooja Kelad (50kg), Vinesh Bogat (53kg), Anshu Malik (57kg), Zakshi Malik (62kg), Divya Cochran (68kg) and Pooja Shikak (76kg) have qualified for the Commonwealth Games.
Maduravayal - Port 21 km, Long Flying Road - The contract was signed in the presence of the Chief Minister
  • Chennai Maduravayal - Port Memorandum of Understanding signed for dual carriageway project. The agreement was signed between the National Highways Authority - Government of Tamil Nadu - Chennai Port - Navy in the presence of Chief Minister MK Stalin in Chennai and Union Minister of State for Highways and Transport VK Singh.
  • This road is 21 km long. The total cost of the Chennai Maduravayal-Port flyover project is estimated at Rs 5,885 crore. The distance between Chennai Coimbatore and Napier Bridge will be double lane bridge only. 
  • One bridge will be used as one way to go to Napier to Coimbatore and another bridge will be used as one way to go to Coimbatore to Napier. This will greatly reduce traffic congestion.
  • The 20.6 km long bridge will have a total of 7 entries. That means you can connect to 7 places within the bridge from different roads. These 7 links will only be placed in key locations.
  • Similarly the exit will be placed at 6 places to exit the bridge. It is said that the exit from the bridge will be set at 6 exits on the track with the double decker bridge.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the Maduravayal-Port Road project on the 26th.
Delympics Wresting Sumit wins Gold
  • The 24th 'delympics' competition for the deaf took place in Brazil. Wrestling matches took place on the last day. India's Sumit Tahiya wins gold in men's 97kg freestyle final In the men's 74 kg event, India's Virender Singh and Amit Krishnan bagged bronze in the 86 kg category.
  • In the men's 'Triple Jump' event, India's Sudhan finished 4th and missed out on a medal. Overall India won 8 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze. Prior to this, in 2017, it had won more than 1 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze.
Discovery of Bijapur Sultanate coins at Sivagangai
  • K. Saravanan, a member of the Sivagangai Archaeological Survey, handed over 3 different metal chips to the founder of the Sivagangai Archaeological Survey, Kalirasa, last month, at the Arasaneri Lower, Pechikulam, Munich Temple near Sivagangai. Examination of them revealed that they were coins of the Bijapur Sultanate period.
  • It was made of copper but was back and forth without the elegant circular shape. I was able to confirm that it was cash with the different writing format in it.
  • The complete information about this was studied with the help of Tanjore numismatist Arumugam Sitharaman and it was possible to confirm that these were coins belonging to the period of Bijapur Sultanate.
  • One of the temples is written as Raja in Devanagari script and the other script is written in Persian script. In it, the name Ali Adil Shah may be mentioned as 1558-1579, whose period is 16th century.
2,000 year old mug found at Vembakkottai
  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has announced that new excavations will be carried out this year at 7 locations in Tamil Nadu, including Lower, Sivakalai, Mayiladuthurai, Gangaikonda Cholapuram, Virudhunagar District, Vembakkottai and Tirunelveli District, Tulukarpatti.
  • Accordingly, excavation work is being carried out at Vembakkottai in Virudhunagar district. Fossils of Vembakottai have been found in the form of fine stones, Sangakkala ceramic tiles, Paleolithic cultural relics and copperplates, bracelets made of klingals and elephant tusks.
  • In this context, the Minister of Gold South said that a new 2,000 year old mug has been found at Vembakkottai.
Gautam Adani buys Ambuja Cements worth Rs 81,361 crore
  • Holcim, a Swiss company, holds 63.19% stake in Ambuja Cements and its subsidiary ACC. The Holcim founder said the Swiss would sell the shares and return. Accordingly, companies including Adani Group and Birla Group competed to buy the company's shares.
  • Gautam Adani Group eventually acquired a stake in Ambuja Cements and ACC for $ 1,050 crore (Rs 81,361 crore). Holcim AG holds 63.19 per cent stake in Ambuja Cement and 4.48 per cent stake in ACC Limited.
  • This makes Adani Group the 2nd largest manufacturer of cement in India. In the first place is the Ultratech Cement Company of the Birla Group. Ambuja shares rose 2.9 percent and ACC shares rose 6.4 percent after the acquisition announcement. Similarly, Adani Enterprises shares rose 2.75%.
  • It is the 2nd largest foreign company to leave India. Cairn Energy PLC exited in 2010 after selling Cairn Energy to Vedanta Group.
Madurai native who won the International Magazine Photographer Award
  • The announcement for the Global Magazine Photographer Award, made on behalf of the World Press Photo Foundation, was made last March. It is divided into 6 zones globally: Africa, Asia, Europe, North and Central America, South America, South Asia and Oceania.
  • Selection for the Photo Award was based on topics such as news moments, events and aftermath, as well as documenting social, political and environmental issues or solutions.
  • With the participation of 4,800 photographers from 130 countries, Madurai-based photographer Senthilkumaran has been recording for ten years under the category of long-term projects for photography on the life of tigers and humans. In this situation, he was nominated for the world famous WORLD PRESS PHOTO award on behalf of the Asian continent.
  • Senthilkumaran's collection of photographs on tigers and human life was previously displayed in front of renowned photographers from various countries.
Mohamed Rela appointed International President of the Liver Transplant Surgery Organization
  • ILDS is an organization for educational, research and international collaboration on liver transplantation. Until now, European and American physicians have been in charge.
  • In this situation, Dr. Mohammad Rela from Tamil Nadu has been given that opportunity. He has published more than 500 research papers on liver transplant surgery and pancreatic surgery.
Elizabeth Bonn is the new Prime Minister of France
  • Emanuel Macron was ousted as French president for the second time last month. Following this, the then Prime Minister, Jean Costex, was challenged to resign. Accordingly, Jean Costex resigned on Monday. Adiba Macron has appointed Elizabeth Bon as his new prime minister.
  • It is noteworthy that some of the reforms implemented by Elizabeth, who was Minister of Labor in the previous government from 2020, drew criticism from workers and the left.
Indian woman in the Bank of England fund
  • Swati is an Adjunct Professor at the London School of Economics and holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Delhi. He subsequently obtained a Masters Degree in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics.
  • He then went to Britain to study law and obtained a doctorate in economics; Eva specializes in international economics. In this regard, he has been appointed to the Bank of England's Finance Committee, which is responsible for regulating interest rates in the UK.
  • Notably, Swati Thingra is the first Indian woman to feature in the group. He will be in the group for the next 3 years from August 9th.
  • It has been reported that Swati will be a member of the Finance Committee from outside, rather than a direct employee of the bank. It is noteworthy that Swati has held key positions in various organizations in the UK economy and finance sector.
Sweden joins NATO - PM Sweden announces

  • Sweden has taken this decision following Finland in order to seek protection against Russian infiltration fears. Russia on Ukraine last Feb. On the 24th Bo hit. Ukraine's desire for Internet access to NATO is said to be the main reason for Russia's launch of the threat to their country's security.
  • Following this, another neighbor, Sweden, announced that it would follow Finland and apply for the Internet in NATO. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson during a debate in the Swedish parliament.
Somalia's 'former' president wins election
  • Hassan Sheikh Mohammed was the President of the East African nation of Somalia from 2012-17. The term of his successor, Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed, ended last year.
  • But the election for the new president did not take place. International financial institutions have warned that funding for Somalia will be cut off if the presidential election is not held by May 17.
  • Following this, the election for the presidency took place yesterday. The secret ballot took place at the Halane Airport in the capital, Mogadishu.
  • Of these, 328 were from the upper and lower houses of the Somalia Barley. In this, Hassan Sheikh Mohammed won by getting more votes.
Memorandums of Understanding signed between India and Nepal
  • During Prime Minister Modi's visit to Nepal, some more agreements were signed between the two countries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Nepal on a one-day visit. Details of Memorandums of Understanding signed between the two countries during this visit:
  • Memorandum of Understanding between Lumbini Buddhist University and the Council for Cultural Relations of India on the establishment of the Dr. Ambedkar Chair for Buddhist Studies.
  • Memorandum of Understanding between CNAS Tribhuvan University and the Council for Cultural Relations of India on the creation of the ICCR Seat for Indian Studies.
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Kathmandu and the Council for Cultural Relations of India on the creation of the ICCR Seat for Indian Studies.
  • Memorandum of Understanding between India Institute of Technology, Chennai, India - University of Kathmandu, Nepal for Cooperation.
  • Letter of Option for Agreement between Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India - Kathmandu University, Nepal (for Postgraduate Joint Graduation Program).
  • Agreement between SJVN Limited and the Electricity Authority of Nepal for the implementation and development of the Arun 4 project.
  • Similarly, Prime Minister Modi attended the 2566th Buddhist Purnima celebrations at the International Convention Center and Meditation Hall in Lumbini, Nepal.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Dupa conducted the Bhoomi Puja to build the Indian International Center for Buddhist Culture and Heritage at the Lumbini Monastery Zone in Lumbini.
  • The center will be set up by the International Buddhist Federation of New Delhi on the site reserved for the International Buddhist Federation by the Lumbini Development Trust, based on an agreement signed between the International Buddhist Federation and the Lumbini Development Foundation in March 2022.

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