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Home-based ration distribution scheme canceled in Delhi - High Court

  • The ruling Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi had announced a plan to distribute ration items directly to households as an election promise. But two petitions were filed in the Delhi High Court on behalf of the ration dealers against the scheme. Both the petitions were accepted by the Delhi High Court for hearing.
  • Following that, the bench comprising interim Chief Justice Vipin Sangi and Justice Jasmeet Singh, who heard the case, said the ration scheme provided by the state government alone could be taken home if desired.
  • But it ordered the cancellation of the scheme on the ground that it could not be used to provide ration grains provided by the Central Government.
The United States sends $ 100 million worth of military equipment to Ukraine
  • The United States is reportedly sending $ 100 million in additional military aid to help Ukraine fight Russian aggression. Since the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, the United States has been assisting Ukraine with a variety of weapons.
  • It is noteworthy that Biden is using his Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA) for the tenth time to provide this military assistance to Ukraine. Generally, the funds in the PDA fund can be provided by the Chancellor using his power.
  • The PDA authorizes Fidel to transfer excess weapons from U.S. stockpiles without congressional approval in the event of an emergency.
India's Nikath Zareen makes history by winning gold at the World Boxing Championships
  • At the IPA Women's World Boxing Championships, India's Nikath Zareen defeated Thailand's Jitpang Judamus 5-0 in the 52 kg weight category 30-27, 29-28, 29-28, 30-27, 29-28. Nikath Zareen from Telangana became the 5th player to win gold at the World Wrestling Championships.
  • Indian star Mary Kom won gold in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2028 and made history by winning 6 world titles. Apart from Mercom, Sarita Devi (2006), Jenny (2006) and KC Lekha (2006) have won and Nikath Zareen is now the 5th player to make history by winning gold.
India wins bronze in World Cup archery
  • The Indian team, which includes Riti Bor, Komalika Bari and Angita Bhagat, will play against Chinese Taipei in the bronze medal match in the women's recurve category of the series in Guangzhou, South Korea. The Indian team won 6-2.
Equal powers to Central and State Governments; GST, Supreme Court order in the case
  • The Goods and Services Tax (GST), also known as the GST, was introduced in 2017 to promote a uniform taxation system across the country. In this case, exporters engaged in maritime trade are subject to an integrated GST, also known as IGST. The Gujarat High Court, which heard the case, stayed the tax.
  • The apex court, which heard the case, upheld the Gujarat High Court's verdict. At the time, the apex court, headed by Justice DY Chandrasooty, said: The GST has the same, but at the same time, federal and state power to legislate on the matter.
  • GST, decisions taken by the Council, do not control the Central and State Governments. At the same time, those decisions will enable us to work in harmony.
  • Similarly, the GST, in Council, must work together through joint discussions. At the same time, one side needs a little more power. The federal philosophy of our country is that it is a mixture of cooperation and non-cooperation; The solution must be found by attending and talking.
Study on the Economy by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
  • The protracted war between Ukraine and Russia has destabilized the global economy, which is recovering from the effects of the epidemic. Rising food and other commodity prices have pushed up inflation and put pressure on the rest of the world. Moreover, it has provoked crises in Europe.
  • In an estimate released in January 2022, the international economy was forecast to grow by 4.0 percent. But now that the international situation has changed completely, the world economy is projected to grow at only 3.1 percent.
  • As far as India is concerned, it is still the fastest growing economy in terms of high inflation, the impact of the asymmetric recovery in the employment market and the impact on private investment and investment activity.
  • While India recorded an economic growth of 8.8 per cent last year, it is estimated to reach only 6.4 per cent growth in the current fiscal. Moreover, economic growth is projected to slow further to 6 percent in fiscal 2023.
  • Global food inflation is expected to rise to 6.7 percent in 2022 due to rising food and fuel prices. This is more than double the 2.9 percent of international inflation seen between 2010 and 2020. Reported in the study.
The world's tallest meteorological center opened in the Himalayas
  • The world's tallest meteorological center was set up by experts from the National Geographic Society at an altitude of 8,830 meters in the Himalayas today (Thursday). Nepal's Meteorological and Meteorological Department has said that the meteorological center is located in the Himalayas and is capable of operating automatically.
  • Also, this solar powered meteorological station is located a few meters below the summit of the Himalayas. Experts say the meteorological center will help determine the temperature, wind speed and direction in the Himalayas.
  • Memorandums of Understanding were signed between the National Geographic Society and Nepal to set up the meteorological center. Accordingly, it is noteworthy that the National Geographic Society will operate until 2025 and thereafter under the control of the Government of Nepal.
Iyal Award 2022
  • This is the highest award for lifetime achievement in the field of literature and culture. The Iyal Award has been announced on behalf of the Tamil Literary Garden Organization of Canada.
  • The award has been announced to Judge K. Chandru (Essay), B.A. Jayakaran (Fiction), Azhiyal (Poetry) from Aussie.
The Union Home Minister inaugurated an international seminar on India's policy review from Swaraj to New India
  • Amit Shah, Union Minister for Home Affairs and Co-operation, inaugurated a three-day international seminar organized by the University of Delhi on the revision of India's policies from Swaraj to New India, chaired by Union Minister for Education and Skills Development Dharmendra Pradhan.

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