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Football Federation of India license cancelled

  • FIFA has temporarily revoked the Indian Football Federation's licence. The license has been revoked as the Football Association has held elections and no new administrators have been appointed.
  • FIFA has also announced that the license will be reinstated if new administrators are appointed. Also, FIFA has decided to relocate the Women's Under-17 World Cup, which was scheduled to be held in India in October.
PM Hoisted National Flag at Red Fort - Called Youth to Take 5 Pledges
  • The Independence Day Amuda Festival was celebrated with great pomp in the capital city of Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the national flag and addressed the Red Fort. At that time, he called upon the youth to take 5 pledges to make India a developed country.
  • We are going to celebrate 100th Independence Day in 2047. By then we have to take 5 pledges to make the dream of freedom fighters come true. He gave a speech saying that the youth should devote their next 25 years of life to make India a developed country.
  • After unfurling the national flag at the Red Fort, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke for 83 minutes (1 hour 23 minutes). He then delivered a speech using paper notes instead of using a teleprompter.
  • First of all, India should resolve to take all measures to make it a developed country. Second, the servitude must end. 3- To be proud of Indian heritage. Fourth, everyone should realize the power of unity and act. 5- All the citizens including the Prime Minister, the Chief Ministers of the States should act with a sense of duty.
  • Succession politics and corruption are two evil forces that are hindering the development of the country. These should be eradicated. Those who looted the country's wealth should be given due punishment. The Prime Minister spoke thus.
Chief Minister Stalin's announcement hoisted the national flag at St. George's Fort, Chennai
  • The country's 75th Independence Day was celebrated with a grand celebration. On behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu, a grand ceremony was organized at St. George's Fort Kothalam, Chennai.
  • Following this, the chief minister accepted the parade salute from various police forces. After that, Chief Minister Stalin arrived at the Fort Kothalam and paid his respects by hoisting the national flag at exactly 9 o'clock.
  • The Chief Minister in his Independence Day speech said: We are providing monthly financial donation for martyrs to 1,095 Indian freedom fighters. In order to honor the martyrs who fought for the country, a scheme is being implemented in Tamil Nadu to provide family pension to the martyrs of the freedom struggle and if they die, to their heirs.
  • Accordingly, I am making some announcements that will add more specialness to the celebration of Coral Jubilee of Indian Independence.
  • The state government's monthly pension for freedom fighters will be increased from Rs 18 thousand to Rs 20 thousand from August 15. Family pension will be increased from Rs.9 thousand to Rs.10 thousand.
  • The monthly special pension for the descendants of Veerapandiya Kattabomman, Sivagangai Marutupandiya brothers, Sivagangai Muthuramalinga Vijayaragunatha Sethupathi and V.U.Chitambaranar will be increased from Rs.9 thousand to Rs.10 thousand.
  • Along with the central government employees, state government employees have also accepted the demand for increase in dearness allowance, amid severe financial burden, government employees, pensioners and family pensioners will be given an increase in dearness allowance from 31 per cent to 34 per cent from July 1. Through this, 16 lakh people will benefit. An additional cost of Rs 1,947.60 crore per annum to the government.
  • A 'Liberation Day Museum' with modern technical facilities will be set up in Chennai so that the future young society can learn about Tamil Nadu's 260 years of continuous contribution in the freedom struggle.
India donates 'Torney' aircraft to Sri Lanka Navy
  • India on Monday donated a 'Torney 228' aircraft to the Sri Lankan Navy to strengthen its maritime surveillance. In a program held at the Air Force base near Colombo Kattunayake International Airport, Vice Commander of the Indian Navy SN Kormade handed over this aircraft to the country's President Ranil Wickramasinghe. Then the Indian Ambassador to Sri Lanka Gopal Bagle was with him.

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