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Mirabai Chanu won India's first gold at the Commonwealth Games

  • The Commonwealth Games are being held in Birmingham, England. In this, India's Meerabai Sanu dominated the women's 49 kg weightlifting category. He lifted a weight of 88 kg in the snatch category and took a lead that his fellow competitors couldn't come close to. Similarly, he lifted 113 kg in the clean and jerk category.
  • He lifted a total of 201kg and won gold in both the snatch and clean and jerk categories. Along with his best performance, he also set a new record in the Commonwealth Games. He won silver at Glasgow Commonwealth and won gold at Gold Coast in 2018.
  • Now he has surprised by winning a hat-trick of medals in the Commonwealth series by kissing the gold medal again. 
Bindya Rani Devi is the Indian athlete who won the silver medal in the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships
  • Indian athlete Bindya Rani Devi won the silver medal in the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championship. In the women's 55 kg weight category, she lifted a total of 202 kg and won the silver medal.
Sanket Sarkar won India's first silver medal in Commonwealth Weightlifting
  • Day 2 of the 22nd Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, saw the weightlifting events. Indian athlete Sanket Sarkar (21 years old) who participated in men's 55 kg weight category, lifted 113 kg in snatch and 135 kg in clean and jerk for a total of 248 kg.
  • Sarkar, who lifted 139 kg in the 3rd attempt of the clean and jerk, suffered an elbow injury and his chance to win the gold slipped away. In the same category, Malaysia's Mohammad Anik won the gold by lifting 107 kg in the snatch method and 142 kg in the clean and jerk method with a total of 249 kg. Sarkar, who missed out on the first place in threading, finished second and bagged the silver medal.
  • This was India's first medal in the current Commonwealth Series. Sri Lankan player Thilanka Isru Kumara lifted 225 kg (105+120) and won the bronze medal by standing 3rd. Sanket, who has started India's medal hunt with a silver hand, hails from Nagpur, Maharashtra. He is working in the army.
Gururaj Pujaria wins bronze for India in Commonwealth Weightlifting
  • In the Commonwealth Men's Weightlifting 61 kg weight category, Indian athlete Gururaja Pujari lifted 118 kg in the snatch and 151 kg in the clean and jerk with a total weight of 269 kg and placed 3rd.
  • Gururaj's bronze was India's second medal yesterday. Malaysia's Asnil Bidin Mohamad won the gold medal in this category with a new Commonwealth record (285kg). Papua New Guinea's Moriah Baru (273 kg) finished second and bagged the silver medal.
PM lays foundation stone for Rs 5,200 crore green energy projects - Solar panel related website launched
  • The program 'Light India, Bright Future @2047' was launched on 25th July to highlight the changes that have taken place in India's power sector in the last 8 years since Modi took over as Prime Minister.
  • On the final day of the event, Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stones for various green energy projects through video. He laid the foundation stones for projects including 100 MW Ramakundam Floating Solar Project in Telangana, 92 MW Kayamkulam Floating Solar Project in Kerala, 735 MW Solar Project in Rajasthan, Green Hydrogen Mobility Project in Leh, and Natural Gas Hydrogenation Project in Gujarat.
  • The total value of these projects is Rs.5,200 crore. He also introduced a website related to installing solar panels on the roof.
Point number 5140 is named 'Gun Hill' in honor of the Kargil victory
  • In 1996, an artillery regiment of the Indian Army launched a heavy attack on the enemy troops and the defense positions held by them, including the 5140th. This was a major factor in the quick end to the war in Kargil.
  • In memory of this, this 5140th node has been named 'Thuppakki Hill' as a tribute to the supreme sacrifice of the soldiers who participated in Operation Vijay," he said.
  • In this case, the ceremony was held at the Kargil War Memorial. In this ceremony, Director General of Artillery Lt. Gen. DK Chawla, Chief of Fire and Fury Division Lt. General Anindia Sengupta and others attended and paid their respects at the war memorial.

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