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Singapore Open Badminton - Sindhu Champion

  • In the Singapore Open Badminton finals, Sindhu, who faced China's Ji Yi Wang (22 years old, 11th rank) yesterday, collected points and took the lead by winning the first set 21-9. In the 2nd set, Ji Yi Wang, who gave a lot of pressure, won 21-11 and there was a tie. Following this, the 3rd and final set was heated.
  • Sindhu, who showed her experience playing without any worries, won the sets 21-9, 11-21, 21-15 and won the champion title in the Singapore Open for the first time. It is noteworthy that this is the 3rd title he has won in the current season.
  • Earlier, he had kissed the gold medal at Syed Modi International Open in January and Swiss Open in March.
L. Ganesan as the Governor of West Bengal
  • The BJP top brass was debating whether to give the post of vice-president back to Venkaiah Naidu or Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. In this case, the Governor of West Bengal, Jagadeep Dhankar, has been announced.
  • Following this, Jagadeep Thankar resigned as the Governor of West Bengal today. President Ram Nath Kovind accepted the letter of resignation of Jagadeep Dhankar to the office of the President.
  • In this case, Manipur Governor L. Ganesan will hold additional responsibility as the Governor of West Bengal, the President's Office said.
Government of Tamil Nadu allocated Rs. 1,128 crore as grant fund for rural local bodies
  • Basic structural facilities in rural local bodies including village, union, district, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Scheme, administration of local bodies, all types of expenses including electricity bill, maintenance, wages are being carried out with the financial support of central and state governments and financial resources of local bodies.
  • In that way, the 5th state finance committee of the state government allocates funds to the three tier local bodies of Tamil Nadu every year as grant funds. Accordingly, a total of Rs.5 thousand 80 crore 87 lakh 45 thousand has been allocated as the 5th State Finance Commission grant fund for the financial year 2021-22.
  • As the first installment, Rs.871 crore 6 lakh 928 has been allotted to the district panchayats on the basis of population for three months starting from last April and ending in June. 369 crore 58 lakh 36 thousand 286 rupees have been allotted to 388 panchayat unions on the basis of population and 349 crore 2 lakh rupees as minimum allocation.
  • Similarly, 410 crore 94 lakh 23 thousand 571 rupees have been allocated to 12 thousand 525 village panchayats on the basis of population and 225 crore 45 lakh rupees as a minimum allocation, totaling 1 thousand 127 crore 99 lakh 66 thousand 785 rupees. The order to this effect has been issued by the Principal Secretary of the Government of Tamil Nadu, Amuda.

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