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Prime Minister Modi launches 5G test

  • The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TROI) Friday ceremony was held in Delhi. After releasing the special postage stamp on the occasion, Prime Minister Modi spoke via video:
  • 5G service to be launched in India soon For this purpose, the configuration for testing locally made 5G devices is being implemented in the first 5 places.
  • The target is to switch to 6G technology by 2030. It will provide high speed internet facility. The committee set up for this has started its work.
Rajnath Singh dedicated 2 locally made warships to the country
  • B-15B and P17A warships are being built to strengthen the Indian Navy. INS Surat, a P-15B, and INS Udayagiri, a P-17B, were designed and dedicated at the MTL shipyard in Mumbai.
  • Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh handed over the two warships to the Navy at a ceremony in Mumbai.
Resolution seeking removal of Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa has failed
  • The Sri Lankan Parliament convened for the first time yesterday after Ranil Wickremesinghe became the new Prime Minister. Sumanthiran, a member of the Tamil National Alliance, then demanded that Barley give priority to holding a debate on a resolution calling for the abolition of office and the removal of President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa.
  • In the ensuing vote, 119 members voted against debating the removal resolution. 68 MPs voted in favor of the resolution. The resolution subsequently failed. In this context, Ajith Rajapaksa of the Sri Lanka People's Alliance won the election for the Deputy Speaker of the Sri Lankan Parliament yesterday.
Ambedkar Road in Jamaica - Opened by President Ramnath
  • President Ramnath Govind is on a four-day visit to Jamaica. There he held talks with the Governor-General of Jamaica, Patrick, on expanding cooperation between the two countries in the fields of information technology, medicine, sports, education and tourism.
  • He also opened the road named after Ambedkar in the country. Govind is proud to be the first Indian President to visit Jamaica.
Headline inflation rose to 15.08 per cent
  • Last April, headline inflation rose to 15.08 per cent. It was 14.55 per cent in the previous month, March; It was 10.74 per cent in April last year. 
  • The rise in wholesale inflation was due to higher prices of basic metals, crude oil, natural gas, food products, non-food items and chemicals. Over the past 13 months, headline inflation has consistently been in double digits.
S.S.Mundra appointment as head of Mumbai Stock Exchange 

  • The board of directors of the company has approved the appointment of Mundra as the Chairman of the Mumbai Stock Exchange. Following this, it has been informed that Mundra will take over as the head of BSE in place of Judge Vikramajit Sen.
  • Mundra, who was the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank, retired in July 2017 after three years of service. Prior to that, he served as Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of Baroda.
Successful test of a sophisticated American missile that travels five times faster than sound
  • On May 11, a hypersonic missile capable of traveling faster than the sound waves 'AGM 183-A' was tested off the coast of Southern California in the United States. The U.S. Air Force has announced the success of the aerial test.
  • Thus the United States is said to have the world's most advanced hypersonic missile. Lt. Michael reported that the hypersonic missile, which exploded at five times the speed of sound waves, hit the sea precisely.
Governor Thavarchand Kelad approves anti-conversion law in Karnataka
  • Conversion to free education and employment is punishable by up to 3 years in prison. The Karnataka Freedom of Religion Protection Bill against forced conversion in Karnataka was passed in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly in the year 2021 amid strong opposition from the Congress at its last session in Belgaum.
  • The bill was tabled in the Upper House. Under this emergency law, if a forced conversion is confirmed, the offender can be sentenced to a minimum of 3 years to 5 years in prison. It is also said that a fine of Rs 25,000 will be imposed.
  • The Governor also approved the Anti-Conversion Bill following the approval of the Cabinet of Ministers of Karnataka.

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