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Wales qualify for World Cup after 64 years

  • The FIFA World Cup is set to take place in Qatar from November 21 to December 18. Wales - Ukraine clashed yesterday in Cardiff, Wales, in a play - off match of the qualifying round for the series.
  • Wales took a 1-0 lead. The Ukrainian team fought to the last but failed to score. In the end Wales won 1-0 and qualified for the World Cup series. The team last played in the 1958 World Cup series. He is currently 64 years old and is set to play in the World Cup series.
Launch of the country's first AC train terminal in Bangalore
  • Construction work on the first fully air-conditioned (AC-enabled) railway terminal in the country at an international airport standard has been started at a cost of Rs 314 crore. Built on an area of ​​4,200 square meters, all work on the terminal was completed by 2020.
  • Meanwhile, the South Western Railway has announced that the station will be operational from June 6. Following this, the South Western Railway officials started waving the flag of the express train from Bangalore Banaswadi to Ernakulam at 7 pm yesterday.
Issuance of coins for the identification of visually impaired persons
  • The 'Iconic Week' celebration of the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Affairs was held at Vikyan Bhavan in Delhi. Prime Minister Modi attended the event and launched several projects.
  • The Prime Minister unveiled a set of new currencies, especially for the visually impaired. The Prime Minister issued new one, two, five, ten and twenty rupee coins with the 75th anniversary of the liberation of India.
More accidents on national highways - Tamil Nadu in the first place
  • According to statistics released by the Union Ministry of Transport, Tamil Nadu is one of the top 10 states in India in terms of accidents on national highways by 2020.
  • At the same time, the number of accidents in Tamil Nadu in 2020 is less than the number of accidents in 2019. In 2019, there were 17,633 accidents on national highways in Tamil Nadu and by 2020, it has reduced to 15,269.
  • Similarly, the number of fatalities due to accidents is lower in 2020 than in 2019. Accidents are said to be caused by repairs to vehicles, operating old vehicles, carrying heavy loads on vehicles and the negligence of the driver.
  • At the same time, according to the Union Ministry of Transport, out of 1,19,693 accidents in 2020, 41,537 vehicles were less than 5 years old, according to the Union Ministry of Transport and Highways.
Approval to purchase Indian made logistics worth Rs 76,390 crore
  • The meeting, chaired by Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, approved the purchase of military equipment worth Rs 76,390 crore. According to the policy of autonomy of the Central Government (Atma Nirbar Bharat) the purchase of defense equipment required for the Army manufactured entirely in Indian technology was explored.
  • These include forklifts operating in mountainous areas, bridge-building tanks, wheeled munitions, anti-aircraft missiles and weapon detection radars. All of these are made exclusively for the Indian Army in interior design and development.
  • In an effort to digitalize the defense sector, it has been decided to carry out the Digital Coast Guard project with locally made products.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attends the 2nd Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the BRICS Countries
  • Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the 2nd meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the BRICS countries chaired by China today. The meeting discussed various issues, including the BRICS Financial Cooperation Report for 2022.
  • Speaking at the meeting, Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman said that the BRICS organization should continue to work on sharing experiences, exchanging ideas and conveying ideas for achieving sustainable development.
  • Talking about India's growth forecast, the Finance Minister said that financial expenditure and investment will continue to help India's economic growth.

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